Watched "The Story of Wish You Were Here". The band members talk about the album, how the cover came to be, Syd Barrett and the relation of the album to him and stuff. It was pretty cool. Wish You Were Here is probably my 2nd favorite Pink Floyd album, really love it. Check it out if you are a fan, I believe its a brand new 2012 release.
Also watched "The Beach Boys: An American Family". It was a tv movie I've never heard of till today. It covers The Beach Boys from their beginning till up to about where Brian Wilson goes completely nuts and checks himself in. I know a lot of people had gripes with the film, but I thought it was pretty entertaining and a decent enough portrayal for people who are interested. Murry Wilson sounded like a very horrible father and abusive man, and from what I've read he is more despicable than the movie showed. As the movie progresses the actors start to look the part, especially the people who play Mike Love and Brian Wilson.
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Re: Official Rock/Metal Discussion Thread
Linkin Park released a short documentary on the making of Living Things. Check it out below:
Much respect for Chester at the end of the video, he was really sick yet delivered some insane screams for the track, Victimized.
I'm looking to get the new Memphis May Fire and The Word Alive albums in the next few weeks. I just got paid from my new job but I've pre-ordered Assassin's Creed III Freedom Edition instead, so I'll have to wait a while. I'm really looking forward to hearing Memphis May Fire's new album as it has received a lot of praise.