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Re: what are you listening to this week?
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In preparation for the "Pumpkins United Tour":
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Re: what are you listening to this week?
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Metal Church because I'm going to see them tomorrow night  :whoohoo!:
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Re: what are you listening to this week?
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Nice !!! Great band, saw them a bunch of times in the 80's.
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Metal Church were awesome btw.  It was like a religious experience.  It was the first time the band visited Ireland.  They played Belfast and Dublin.  The band were awesome, and Mike Howe...................well the guy still has it.  I am very disappointed that I could not meet them after the show.  They basically told everyone they would meet them at the merch and sing anything they wanted for free.  Then after they would mingle.  Truly awesome band.  Went right out the next day and bought their latest studio album.

Hail Metal Church!
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Re: what are you listening to this week?
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Just saw Lynch Mob in Seattle on Saturday.  His gear got ripped off in Portland, so he was playing through a late 70s JMP which I think he had cranked, bypassed the power amp section and into through a rack with 2 Roland SDEs and a 1U power amp of some sort all going through an EVH 5150III cab and Marshall 4X12.
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Re: what are you listening to this week?
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Altura - "Mercy", 1st and last album from 1996! For all lovers of early Dream Theater :)
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Re: what are you listening to this week?
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Re: what are you listening to this week?
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ACoS is the last Dream Theater work that's great all the way through.  I don't include the weird covers and stuff because those don't count.  Falling into Infinity has 3 good songs (New Millenium, Lines in the Sand, Trial of Tears) but everything after that album is just garbage.
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ACoS is the last Dream Theater work that's great all the way through.  I don't include the weird covers and stuff because those don't count.  Falling into Infinity has 3 good songs (New Millenium, Lines in the Sand, Trial of Tears) but everything after that album is just garbage.

I 100% share your point of view.
Infact, since equation DT = Kevin Moore is always verified, DT are today just a bunch of technically (very) skilled circus guys and music is elsewhere.
I linked Chroma Key's Dead Air for Radios to give an idea of who Kevin Moore still is (also the OSI project is awesome) and what DT could have been and they are not (listen to Space Dye Vest from Awake...).
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Re: what are you listening to this week?
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True that.  "Awake" is a grower, for sure.  It gets better every time you listen to it.  "Lifting Shadows off a Dream" is criminally underrated.
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Re: what are you listening to this week?
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Back in proper f**king form!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  Bought this album right after seeing the band last week! The opener is such a NWOBHM style riff!!

I am not surprised this album has been Metal Church's highest chart success ever!  :metal: :banana-rock: :headbanger:





awesome!


total legendary!



Nice trousers Mike  :o



woooo!!!!

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True that.  "Awake" is a grower, for sure.  It gets better every time you listen to it.  "Lifting Shadows off a Dream" is criminally underrated.

AMEN, bro.  :bow:
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Back in proper f**king form!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 


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Re: what are you listening to this week?
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Those are some GREAT pics brother!    :bow:
I tell you, I'll go see great not-as-famous bands in small clubs before I'll ever go see huge famous bands in stadiums all day any day.  My friends went to go see Metallica in Chicago (Soldier Field stadium, home of Da Bears) a week or two ago, and their pics sucked because their seating/view sucked!  Damn, they looked like ants on the stage.  And $11 for a shitty Miller Lite beer?  No thanks.  I'm glad I got to see them twice back when I did, 'cause I sure ain't interested in all that now!

These smaller venues rule, man.  There's a great venue near me that has some fairly heavy hitters come through now and then.  Best part?  When the show's over, there's a better than very good chance that you'll get to actually meet these artists afterwards, take pics, sign stuff, hang out and talk with them, etc.   I've got pics and memorabilia from Cannibal Corpse, Saint Vitus, YOB, Hour of Penance, Witch Mountain, Jex Thoth, The Skull, etc.  Absolutely priceless, man.  High On Fire was there a few years ago, (but I missed it) and it's on Youtube that someone interviewed Matt Pike before the show at soundcheck there at that venue.

Oh, what I'm listening to now?  The Skull.  Sound familiar?  Vocalist and bassist used to be in a band called....Trouble.   :metal: f*ck yes.
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