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  1. On 03/08/2020 at 3:29 PM, DurhamGirl said:

    The more I read about Axl and Kurt the more I become convinced they had more in common than not and could have been great friends, two complex human beings that would have had an understanding of each other.   Anybody else think the same?

    Axl was a fan. But yeah if Kurt was alive today I reckon they would be friends or at least respect each other. Dave Grohl and gnr are fine now.


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  2. 12 hours ago, rocknroll41 said:

    I love Slipknot! Don’t really care much for any of their side projects, though (including anything that Corey does outside of the band, really).

    The first few stone sour records were great. Worth having a relisten.


  3. That first track is terrible. It sounds like a limp bizkit rip off. The worst kind of new metal.

    Second track is better but still not great. I thought coreys solo would of been much better. These first two singles are disappointing 

  4. On 12/07/2020 at 7:27 PM, Mysteron said:

    I have listened to the three albums by a band called Highly Suspect, I liked the first two, but the 2019 album wasn't very good. 

    I liked their first album but anything after that was so so.

  5. 19 hours ago, Dean said:

    Back In Black features some of the greatest vocal recordings ever put down on an album. Unbelievable chanting from Johnson and the period from about 80-83, vocally, he could have matched anyone. The story behind the albums creation is incredibly fascinating and probably one of the most intriguing ever, with Bon's untimely passing, to Brian working in a garage in Newcastle, given up on ever making a career out of making music full time and happy doing pubs and clubs with the second incarnation of Geordie and out of the blue getting a phone call to come and rehearse with them. 

    Nutbush City Limits!

    God bless them. I said to my friend on Thursday night that Brian is without doubt the second greatest chanter to have ever been associated with them, behind ol' ginger bollocks :lol: - as an AC/DC purist he didn't take too kindly to that

    Hah Brian early 80s was a beast.

    Bons my number 1 but I appreciate what Brian and Axl brought to the table. 

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  6. 27 minutes ago, Carburetta said:

    There’s considerable in that that’s already been seen, but then there’s a considerable amount that hasn’t, and it’s in great quality. Wonder what the story is? It almost looks like the fabled UYI tour documentary, the footage doesn’t appear to have been assembled that well though, what ever it is, I’d be happy to see more.

    That footage would definately be part of the perfect crime documentary