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Discussion in 'Shroud of Bereavement' started by dan of bereavement, Nov 16, 2007.

  1. dan of bereavement

    dan of bereavement shroud of bereavement

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    Mine was "Master Of Puppets" by Metallica on cassettee Jesus, that was back in 86, Am I that fucking old lol!!!!

    Killer fucking album, even by today's standards, I don't think that album has aged one bit!
     
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    I really don't remember. I think it was some Motley Crue album or something, even though I don't listen to them anymore.

    Maybe it was Ed Hunters
     
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    dan of bereavement shroud of bereavement

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    I got KD's "Them" on release day on cassette it was purple lol.
     
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    I was listening to Them a little earlier today. It's as bloody brilliant as the bloody tea
     
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    dan of bereavement shroud of bereavement

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    Cups were rising, in thin air!
     
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    and then emptied on the flooooooor. Suddenlyyyyy, the doooor was ooooopen, and Grandmaaaaaa saaaaid, do come in my little friiiieeeend
     
  7. dan of bereavement

    dan of bereavement shroud of bereavement

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    Fucking classic metal right there!
     
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    Go Now Your Lord Is Dead Shroud Of Impurity

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    SLAYER:kickass:
    got it and a Slayer tee from my older sister for my tenth birthday
     
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    WhiteBeastofWotan Apostitutes!

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    I think the first album I ever had was Beatie Boys' "License to Ill".
     
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    Definitely.
    Although, I do prefer Michael Denner over Pete Blakk. But other than that minor complaint, Them is one of my favorite metal albums ever.

    Which album though?
     
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    Wow, weird. Andy Larocque and Pete Blakk were a deadly combo!
     
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    dan of bereavement shroud of bereavement

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    Nice, what album? 10 huh? damn, thats pretty bad assed!
     
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    Mine were the first Boston album, the Police's "Synchronicity", Twisted Sister's "Stay Hungry", and VH's "1984". I list more than one because I remember when I got them. I had all of them on cassette, and it was before I owned any Zeppelin, Kiss, Motley, or Ozzy albums, which came shortly thereafter. I am an old man!
     
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    dan of bereavement shroud of bereavement

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    Ha ha ha ha, you are an old man lol!!!! Not a bad thing though dude, with age comes wisdom!
     
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    And a failing memory...
     
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    I'm a Denner fanboy. He's like the Michael Schenker of the metal scene
     
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    i think my first metal album was Metallica's "Ride The Lightning." a friend of mine got for me on my 13th birthday, i still listen to it all the time

    as far as albums in general....i can remember listening to my parents' copy of "Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band: Live '75-'85" when i was like, 7 years old. another album i still enjoy to this day.
     
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    My first metal album I had was Megadeth's Killing Is My Business. I was 11 at the time it came out. I was looking at records at a store, and this album jumped out at me. I had no idea who Megadeth were then, but I became so hypnotized by the album that I had to have it. So, I got money from my mom, and I bought the album. I was knocked on my ass in a major way. It was the most intense, and insane record I've heard in my life at that point. The riffs, the speed, Mustaine's snarled vocals. It was quite an experience. My life was forever changed on that day.

    Before that the heaviest things I heard were things like Motley Crue, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, and Ratt from watching MTV, and listening to the radio. Megadeth surpassed that stuff in more ways than one, haha.
     
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    Wow, I don't quite remember what my first album was (fuck you dan if you think of being a smart ass on age....biotch!) but probably Kiss or Rush album. And that's going from some hazy memory. Robin Trower came later after probably zeppelin.
     
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    my first album... I don't even know...

    probably Dokken - Back for the Attack or some other glam rock album

    I was raised on a steady diet of Led Zepplin, The Police, The Beatles, J. Giles Band, Pink Floyd, Clapton, Steve Miller Band, Hendrix, The Yardbirds, and tons of other classic rock.
     

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