he gets raked over the coals because he sells toilet seats and silly trinkets with his name/logo on them.
but... that butt:
they're playing the first demo. i don't think this is what everyone really wants to actually see.
i've always liked that song, heard it just recently actually.
had no idea it was her, or PC on drums for that matter. :oops:
i was pretty surprised when i first heard this a few years ago. rockin' tune with some really cool bass lines:
EDM songs performed on guitars:
"The British musician has an estimated net worth of $275 million. He owes his fortune to smart stock investments, substantial property holdings,...
of course the original kills it, i guess "he nailed it" was a bit much. right on the phrasing, don't like the way he "sings" (modulates?) some of...
i think that's the best thing i've ever seen from him, he nailed it. even the vocals are great.
i don't remember them using a laptop or backing tracks.
never saw this before:
it worked ok for Steve Albini and his band Big Black. they credited "Roland" as their drummer (TR-606 of all things, with a 707 later on)....
Steve couldn't rock like Kurt could. Kurt wins.
...still laughing at this. that's some comedy.
can't help but post this one:
this song has always transcended LZ for me, i had probably only heard the original a few times before this:
is it really considered...
i'd be curious to hear what you think of the first two or three Danzig albums. plenty of cool solos on those.
Danzig (the band) is pretty...
oh, that's funny. real funny. i guess i shouldn't have expected more. (he really did deserve that though.)
you're really missing out. the...
serious question - what have you actually heard from Glenn Danzig besides 'Mother'?
horrific... even the solo. this is what i'm talking about, the simplest paint-by-numbers songwriting with an out of place guitar solo slapped on...
not Beck on that, but talk of possibly Page and/or Holdsworth (though it may have actually been Alan Parker). as far as i can see, The Jeff Beck...
that's what i was going to say. not that i've played very many Strats, but when i landed upon a Roadstar II it played like i always wanted a Strat...
preference is one thing, but to act like all this stuff is **** on a shingle is just silly.
never heard of Jet's, looks like the closest one is...
this type of answer is ridiculous... like there's some huge difference between any of these (haven't tried Cici's though). i certainly prefer Tom...
i grew up hearing 'Oh Well' on WCMF pretty often, of course having no idea that it was Fleetwood Mac until years later. thankfully i don't recall...