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It was a pretty damn good show they put on. High on Fire, though... juggajuggajuggajuggajuggajuggajuggajuggajuggajuggajuggajugga-dun-dun-dun over...
I have the Deliverance one. I like it.
He's a fake. Germans would know that the language is English and not "England." Hell, the German word for English is Englisch. If he can't make...
Soundave, explain the beauty of eMusic again. I may want to investigate it.
Harlequin Forest definitely has some awesome sounding drumming.
I like the song a lot. I'm sure they can play it if they can play Deliverance live. But I'd like to hear By the Pain I See in Others first.
It fits him. He looks just fine with the new baldness.
That part is awesome. It is super fun to play on the drums. Why don't you like it, Zed?
There are so many games to be excited about that just came out and that are coming out soon: Bioshock, Halo 3, Assassin's Creed, World at...
Quite nice. Lots of high quality work there. The design is quite badass.
Quite sad. I was worried this would happen when the news started up a few days ago about his condition worsening.
I'll go to a local record store and find it.
I always hope the best for Metallica. Hopefully it is as good as their older material.
lol, it totally does.
So, when people rip Opeth CDs onto their computer at rates of 128 kbps, that makes even more shitty, right? Cutting out even more range?
mike is an accepted alternate abbreviation.
Anybody know for sure about the vinyl Opeth records and whether they too suffer from the loudness war and its wave cutting side effects?
Would dark jazz ambient float your boat?
Are the vinyl version of Opeth releases as equally distorted as the CD versions in terms of the breadth of sound being reduced for this loudness war?