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Glyder...Thin Lizzy fans rejoice!

Discussion in 'ProgPower USA' started by Imagikafan, Jan 21, 2007.

  1. Imagikafan

    Imagikafan AKA Pooch - Mark

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    Wow. Glyder's Colour Of Money is an excellent disc! Get this disc if you're a fan of Thin Lizzy and classic hard rock. :headbang:

    http://www.myspace.com/glyder
     
  2. J-Dubya 777

    J-Dubya 777 It NEVER ends

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    Seconded! :headbang: :headbang:
    Cool disc!

    J-Dubya
     
  3. Trans-Siberian Outcast

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    Thirded!

    Really good album that Glyder put together. Sure, there's a bit of Lizzy worship going on, but the songwriting is high quality. If Phil Lynott was still alive and leading Thin Lizzy today, this is what I imagine them sounding like.

    On a sidenote, I just discovered Albert Bouchard's (drummer and songwriter for Blue Oyster Cult in the 70s and the Imaginos album) solo band called Brain Surgeons. I highly recommend this for fans of old-school BOC.

    Song sample available on Albert's "Cellsum Records" site: http://www.cellsum.com/sample.htm

    And more song samples and purchase info on www.cdbaby.com (do a search for Brain Surgeons)
     
  4. speedy1383

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    I'll have to check that out. I really like Thin Lizzy back in the day. Shame what happened to Phil Lynott.
     
  5. Trans-Siberian Outcast

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    Shame wasn't what happened to Phil Lynott, it was what Phil Lynott did to himself.

    Shame is what happened to Randy Rhoads, Criss Oliva, Cliff Burton, etc.
     
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    It still is a shame that the guy died. I realize that drugs/alcohol did him in, but I still hate seeing people die in the prime of their lives. It is sobering to think that he died at the age I am now.
     

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