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Discussion in 'Bar' started by kev, Feb 19, 2010.
Garage Inc, yep. Turn the fucken page!!!
Master of Puppets recently found its way back into my regular CD rotation. I forgot how much that album changed my life.
I was just listening to Whiskey in the Jar while running on the treadmill
forgot how awesome that rendition was
In walked Captain Farell
I jumped up,fired my pistols
and I shot him with both barrels
I wake up to Load every morning!
I got sick of Whiskey in the jar, but Its Electric, Sabra Cadabra, Turn the Page and Stone Cold Crazy are awesome
I´m looking forward to the french Blu Ray soooo much!!!
This statement, taken out of context, would make me laugh pretty hard and then I would just feel bad for you...
I loved Garage inc during my final year of high school. Those Motorhead and King Diamond covers are fantastic.
Hahaha I was thinking the same
Oops! You are correct haha.
Garage Inc still gets a lot of play while I'm tooling down the road - it's a regular in rotation of discs. I absolutely love their cover of Sabbra Cadabra - Metallica doing any Black Sabbath is awesome. I also like "Astronomy" - Blue Oyster Cult has always been a fav of mine so hearing Metallica do this cover made my day when I first heard it. Other favorites are "Crash Course in Brain Surgery" as I just love the aggression they added to this song, and of course "Mercyful Fate" - how can you not like James singing Kind Diamond songs? I always liked the rawness of these recordings - you could tell they enjoyed themselves back in these days before they needed marriage counselors to play together.
Saw a killer Metallica cover band last night called Killa Maul. Features Jason McMaster (Dangerous Toys, Watchtower, Broken Teeth, Ignitor, etc. etc.) on guitar and vocals. All they do is the Kill Em All album. Fun times.
+1 on Astronomy. What an amazing cover.
I also regularly crank up "The Prince." ....it really gets the adrenaline going.
love those 2 discs, great tunes and great production/mixes
For me, the Mercyful Fate medley is one of the best showcases of how awesome metal is. The Prince, Astronomy, Motorhead covers, Breadfan, Helpless.... Garage Inc. is one damn good album
I had the original Garage Days on cassette.
I love Helpless and The Wait.