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Discussion in 'Bar' started by JeffTD, Dec 8, 2011.
what about John Lennon ?
Rip to both.
Damn yeah, R.I.P Dime and John.
Both incredible musicians.
Cause I was busy in the studio this morning ....lol
I'm always sketchy about starting one in recent years, because there seems to be a petty backlash, like it's trendy now to be "so over it". I think it might be the result of some butt-hurt fans who feel a lot of the newer fans are only fans as a result of his death. So fucking what? If his death caused a mass of new fans, how is that anything but a good thing? At least something positive came of it - a larger spread of his beautiful music.
Weird story: I was up late last night, til about 3am, had no idea what the date was and just happened to stick on Floods. I was feeling kinda down and that song always speaks to me. It was the first thing I listened to after I heard the news on this day in 04. Anyway, when I got up this morning I realised what day it was, and had obviously already started commemorating subconsciously
RIP for another year man. You are the reason I picked up a guitar 13 years ago, and anything that's ever come of anything musically in my life is a result of that.
yeah, but dime was able to tune his guitar.. just kidding, rip!
I think I said this in another thread, but I still remember the day, back in 2004, when I bought The Great Southern Trendkill.
Went home, popped it in the CD player and my face was pretty much blown off clean after the first/title track. I'd never heard anything like that in my life. It was the real deal.
Only a few months after I got into their music, the sad news came, I was so bummed
Even though it was 7 years ago, I remember it like it was yesterday
Happy B day to Marty Friedman and Jim morrison
GOD DAMN. I love this song. It still gives me chills.
RIP DBD. I'll have a few in your memory tonight.