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Old 05-01-2008, 11:55 PM   #736
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And I demand to know which mod is closing my DI threads so quickly. You're not giving me a chance to cut and paste for the new ones! It takes forever putting bits and pieces back together...

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Old 05-01-2008, 11:56 PM   #737
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Yeah, I never liked Led Zep either, but to ignore their huge influence on the invention of metal is ludicrous. Sure, bands like Black Sabbath proved more important, but Led Zep's role shouldn't be understated.
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I like metal, lately, that has growl alongside clean vocals as well. I like that contrast between the two.
Orphaned Land do that incredibly well. I know Opeth get all the publicity, but good God, Orphaned Land rules.
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Old 05-02-2008, 12:01 AM   #740
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Incidentally, Steven Wilson should be producing the next Orphaned Land album.
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Oh yes, I love Orphaned Land!

Ooh. Stephen Wilson. I'll be sure to keep my eyes out for that.
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hey dr. dré, since you're the U2 setlist guru, i need your advice on something. i was organising my live stuff and i saw i have no uf stuff and only one october concert. do you have any suggestions as to what i should download?
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I guess maybe Led Zeppelin could be the pioneers of metal, I don't know
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hey dr. dré, since you're the U2 setlist guru, i need your advice on something. i was organising my live stuff and i saw i have no uf stuff and only one october concert. do you have any suggestions as to what i should download?
October:
- 4 November 1981, Berlin (my favourite gig from the era, best 11OTT ever)
- 13 December 1981, Lido Beach (first boot I ever owned)
- 17 March 1982, New York

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- 31 August 1984, Wellington (best Pride ever)
- 21 November 1984, Dortmund
- 21 March 1985, Chicago (one of the best gigs the band has ever played)
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October:
- 4 November 1981, Berlin (my favourite gig from the era, best 11OTT ever)
- 13 December 1981, Lido Beach (first boot I ever owned)
- 17 March 1982, New York

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- 31 August 1984, Wellington (best Pride ever)
- 21 November 1984, Dortmund
- 21 March 1985, Chicago (one of the best gigs the band has ever played)
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hey dr. dré, since you're the U2 setlist guru, i need your advice on something. i was organising my live stuff and i saw i have no uf stuff and only one october concert. do you have any suggestions as to what i should download?
For UF stuff try:

Auckland September 2nd, 1984
Nantes, France October 23, 1984
Bologna, Italy February 6th, 1984
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- 13 December 1981, Lido Beach (first boot I ever owned)
Lido Beach is my favorite October boot.
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Oh yes, I love Orphaned Land!

Ooh. Stephen Wilson. I'll be sure to keep my eyes out for that.
Stevo's also apparently producing Anathema's next album, though I have very low expectations for that.
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Old 05-02-2008, 12:10 AM   #749
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For UF stuff try:

Auckland September 2nd, 1984
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Bologna, Italy February 6th, 1984
ooh, i'll download those too. thanks!
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Yeah, and I wish progressive rock would get rid of the guitars. Honestly, it adds nothing. You could do it all on piano anyway.

Seriously, what's the point in getting rid of a key part of the aesthetic?
Axver has a good point....



progressive rock should get rid of guitars.
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