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  1. Vintage 1968

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hit 'Em Hard View Post
    ^^^

    "I'll take BADLNDS and KING'S X...and you can
    keep the rest for $1,000, Alex!"


    Add Skid Row to the list and that would be my picks as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hit 'Em Hard View Post
    Saw the Black Crowes last night. Place was packed out; 1,500 plus.
    They sounded great as always and Gorman's Luds were just
    killing it. Great sounding kit...

    The Black Crowes
    Rams Head Live - 30 August 2009
    Baltimore, MD


    S E T L I S T
    Make Glad
    A Conspiracy
    A Train Still Makes A Lonely Sound
    Good Morning Captain
    Jam -> Bring On, Bring On
    Fork In The River
    Shine Along
    Polly
    High Head Blues
    Cosmic Friend
    I Ain't Hiding
    What Is Home
    Sting Me
    Hard To Handle
    Been A Long Time (Waiting On Love)

    - encore -
    Title Song
    Wiser Time
    Thick N' Thin
    They didn't play She Talks to Angels? Huh.
    I guess they get tired of playing it. I can understand that.
    Random obscure cool group from my youth:


  2. Mr Lux to you...!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hit 'Em Hard View Post
    RUSH - 'Rush, Rock Music, And The Middle Class: Dreaming In Middletown (Profiles in Popular Music)' Book Due In October

    Thursday, August 27, 2009

    ...

    McDonald explores the ways in which Rush's critique of suburban life - and its strategies for escape - reflected middle-class aspirations and anxieties, while its performances manifested the dialectic in prog rock between discipline and austerity, and the desire for spectacle and excess. The band's reception reflected the internal struggles of the middle class over cultural status. Critics cavalierly dismissed, or apologetically praised, Rush's music for its middlebrow leanings. McDonald's wide-ranging musical and cultural analysis sheds light on one of the most successful and enduring rock bands of the 1970s and 1980s.
    WTF???

    Please excuse my middlebrow leanings...

    Don't think I'll be buying this. Must resist middle class struggle... 00**

    cheers

  3. It's "Sir"...not "Dude"

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    Quote Originally Posted by dudme View Post
    They didn't play She Talks to Angels? Huh.
    I guess they get tired of playing it. I can understand that.


    They literally shake up 80% of their set-list every night. It's often loaded with more obscure tunes, covers, b-sides, etc. Keeps it crazy for them and their collectors. They've done that for years.
    LUDWIG Classic Maple Drums
    RMV Concept Studio Shell Drums
    LUDWIG / PEARL / AHEAD Snares
    PAISTE 2002 Series Cymbals
    TAMA Roadpro Hardware & IC Pedals
    AQUARIAN Heads

  4. It's "Sir"...not "Dude"

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    ***New Thread Up Tomorrow***
    LUDWIG Classic Maple Drums
    RMV Concept Studio Shell Drums
    LUDWIG / PEARL / AHEAD Snares
    PAISTE 2002 Series Cymbals
    TAMA Roadpro Hardware & IC Pedals
    AQUARIAN Heads

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