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Old 12-16-2007, 01:53 AM   #46
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Any station that plays Locomotive Breath 15 times a day is something I'm staying far away from.
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Old 12-16-2007, 01:53 AM   #47
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I dont even know wat that word means.

PF TOP FIVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
1. Wish You Were Here
2. Dogs
3. Us and Them
4. Shine on You Crazy Diamond (Parts VI - IX)
5. Comfortably Numb


1. Sheep
2. The Final Cut
3. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-IX)
4. Echoes
5. Dogs

It changes all the time (with the exception of Sheep).
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Hair metal? Excuse my ignorance.
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Well! Since I personally loathe Coming Back To Life, your opinion is utterly shit and worthless, and...oops, wrong thread.

See, COBL, that's why I just try not to listen to the radio voluntarily. Hardly anything worthwhile comes on. I'm better off finding new stuff on the Internet. The main problem with classic rock stations here (Learning to Fly and Coming Back To Life aside) is that they appear to consider 80s hair metal "classic".


I agree; I don't know why the hell I would even want to listen to the radio when I can enjoy my own selection of music on my computer or iPod. And yeah, when I was back in New Zealand, I noticed Poison are now "classic rock". No, they're overblown bullshit. I hate the term "hair metal" too. It's not metal!
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1. Wish You Were Here
2. Breathe
3. Comfortably Numb
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Poor SOYCD.
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1. Sheep
2. The Final Cut
3. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-IX)
4. Echoes
5. Dogs

It changes all the time (with the exception of Sheep).
Well I'll change it to all parts as well then.

gotta fit Echoes in as well... replace CN at five.

And I saw the video.

I see your problem. Not classic at aLL.
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4. Summer '68
You win.

1. Summer '68
2. Sorrow
3. Shine On You Crazy Diamond I-V
4. Dogs, Pigs, and Sheep, I'd rather not pick just one from Animals.
5. BIKE!

Edit: WTF? I somehow forgot to mention Have A Cigar. It'd slot in at #3.
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My brother thinks this 'hair' metal is the greatest thing in the world, and thinks that I now respect his taste in music (before I had no respect whatsoever, cos he bought Hilary Duff, Crazy Frog). The only band I can tolerate of his is ACDC.
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With regards to Animals, I think Dogs is by far the best. It never gets boring at all, the lyrics and guitar are extraordianry, and the ending is so fucking kick ass that its gone from funny to not funny to funny again. Pigs is awesome, but the thing that counts against it for me is that it never reeeeally transcencds, goes beyond itself, until the solo at the end. Otherwise it's a bit repetitive. But can you beat "haha charade you are?" I love the delivery there. Sheep I'm still a little indifferent about. The need to drag out every line for an extyras ten seconds can get on my nerves a bit, and I feel it lags a bit at the start and the bridge, but otherwise it is pretty rocking. All three of the songs have really awesome outros.
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Even before I clicked the link, I guessed it was that video

Poor SOYCD.
I very nearly put the link for Jump there instead. I can't decide which is worse.
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Daniel, I know you don't own More, but have you heard Cymbaline? God, that song is worth the price of the record.
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With regards to Animals, I think Dogs is by far the best. It never gets boring at all, the lyrics and guitar are extraordianry, and the ending is so fucking kick ass that its gone from funny to not funny to funny again. Pigs is awesome, but the thing that counts against it for me is that it never reeeeally transcencds, goes beyond itself, until the solo at the end. Otherwise it's a bit repetitive. But can you beat "haha charade you are?" I love the delivery there. Sheep I'm still a little indifferent about. The need to drag out every line for an extyras ten seconds can get on my nerves a bit, and I feel it lags a bit at the start and the bridge, but otherwise it is pretty rocking. All three of the songs have really awesome outros.
The ending to Dogs is so fantastic. I love the way Roger screams out that last line. Pigs is hilarious. The jabs at Mary Whitehouse and Margaret Thatcher are classic. "You fucked up old hag! Haha, charade you are!" Sheep has my favourite PF lyric in it. "Wave upon wave of demented avengers march cheerfully out of obscurity into the dream." Personally, I love the way the vocals are dragged out. It sounds incredible when his voice crossfades with the synth.

Damn it, now I have to listen to Animals. Thanks a lot, I was on my way to bed.
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The jabs at Mary Whitehouse and Margaret Thatcher are classic. "You fucked up old hag! Haha, charade you are!"
That line is even funnier on paper.

For the longest time I thought the line was "you fucked a whole head." Definitely had my mind in the gutter back then. But not now. No.
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That line is even funnier on paper.

For the longest time I thought the line was "you fucked a whole head." Definitely had my mind in the gutter back then. But not now. No.
Tell me about it.

I also love the suggestive breathing sounds during Whitehouse's bit. Whatever happened to that old prude anyway? I assume she's dead now, but I'm too lazy to check.
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