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Old 09-10-2012, 12:26 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Have you heard this? His voice is bombastic on it. Fucking love Tom!
YES!
I was also lucky enough to catch one of the Dublin dates on that tour (though not the one thats on the album), most expensive gig Ive ever been to and the only artist in the world id spend that much money to see, worth every penny though.
Especially love Lucky Day from that album, but the second disc, I can happily lsten to Tom Waits talk nonsense all day but it gets a bit boring without the tunes to break it up and seague into.

Also MM, i know youre a big Rain Dogs fan, have you ever seen this?
http://www.tomwaitsfan.com/tom%20wai.../raindogs.html
The orginal set of pics they got the cover from, incredible stuff, looks like a great time. That whole site is pure gold for a Waits fan too.

@ blarg - good stuff, im only familar with roughly half that list but theres a few ive always meant to check out and a few ive never heard of, its a genre I tend to forget about for long spells, must rectify that, will check out some of those.
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Old 09-10-2012, 01:00 PM   #32 (permalink)
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I was also lucky enough to catch one of the Dublin dates on that tour (though not the one thats on the album), most expensive gig Ive ever been to and the only artist in the world id spend that much money to see, worth every penny though.
Especially love Lucky Day from that album, but the second disc, I can happily lsten to Tom Waits talk nonsense all day but it gets a bit boring without the tunes to break it up and seague into.

Also MM, i know youre a big Rain Dogs fan, have you ever seen this?
http://www.tomwaitsfan.com/tom%20wai.../raindogs.html
The orginal set of pics they got the cover from, incredible stuff, looks like a great time. That whole site is pure gold for a Waits fan too.
I really wanted to see Tom on that tour but couldn't get tickets. They were a nightmare to get hold of, I don't know how you managed it. I work with a guy who saw Tom Waits in London on the Raindogs tour, and he still raves about it. He said that it was the best gig he'd ever seen (and he was in London during the 70's and 80's). High praise.

Also, I love the photography of Anders Petersen. Kind of reminds me of Arthur Fellig (Weegee)'s street photography. That website is really in depth. Good find.
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Saw Enter Shikari - Left.
Saw KIller Mike - REturns.

Shikari used to be fun but they've worn their welcome out now, they are so preachy and trying to be a cult band it's unreal.

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Trying to switch things up a little this time around. Eight top albums by a band with a deep enough discography.

Call For The Priest
One of my top five bands EVER. They usually get thrown in with Iron Maiden but were actually on the heels of Zeppelin and Sabbath recording their debut in 1973. While the material from the 80s is what they're most remembered for, I actually prefer the early work a little more. IMO, this was the band that really turned 'heavy metal' into a fledgling genre as opposed to the blues based hard rock of their predecessors.

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Today I feel a little nostalgic.

My Youth
I was an eighties kid and hair metal was pretty popular. Already posted my absolute favs but here are some second tier albums. Usually very flashy guitar work but decent hard-rock once you strip away the image.

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^only one of those I know well is Vinnie Vincent, and that shizz rules.
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A little more reflection thanks to some of the names I see appearing in the greatest rapper discussions.

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I still love the old stuff and try to spin some retro records regularly.

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