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Music Without Boundaries

Discussion in 'The Iron Maidens' started by hurricanenita, Jun 8, 2012.

  1. hurricanenita

    hurricanenita MEGA MURRAY

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    Anyone catch Court last week or me tonight on Jeff Young's "Music Without Boundaries" show? If so, what did you guys think of the interviews and our song choices? :headbang:
     
  2. E.O.G.

    E.O.G. Enemy Of God

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    Since I don't live there,can I find some link to listen to the interviews? I love to listen to your speaking voice...it's so typical "Californ-i-a gurl"! :lol:
     
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  4. hurricanenita

    hurricanenita MEGA MURRAY

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    Here's the link I got: http://www.spreaker.com/user/mwob

    Court was May 31 and I was yesterday June 7. Although, I did grab her during mine to tell one of our favorite Maiden stories together
     
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    Wobbler New Metal Member

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    Nita, The first song you learnt was a Linkin Park one? Could be worse..
    When I was teaching a teenager to play bass, he wanted me to show him some linkin park tracks, he played me some and I am sure I heard a maiden riff slipped into one of their tracks somewhere?
    My first song was Boston's more than a feeling :oops:... showing my age (it was old when i learnt it.. honest)..

    what were the rest of the bands first songs?

    better still you got any guilty secrets on tracks you like but know you shouldnt?

    I'll reveal mine...Teeanage dirtbag:oops: I cant even claim because of the maiden refrence either...
     
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    First guitar track I ever played was the intro to "Sunday Bloody Sunday" by U2.
    Was quickly followed by Nirvana's smells like teen spirit and then some guns and roses if I remember correctly.
     
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    Wobbler New Metal Member

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    Just listend to Court's interview as well... Love it, in the background all you can hear is 'pfssst', 'chink' as another beer is opened!
     

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