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  1. muscl car

    muscl car Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    After seeing the list of "bands" mentioned above, I'm glad I was born in the 50s.......
     
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    ok...How to explain ...VH was MY intro into "rock"...then the following week I discovered IRON MAIDEN,,,then Priest..AH...7th-.8th grade those formative yrs.....and goes on to Metallica WITH DAVE!!.. hard to explain my soul attachment to this album.....particularly this song......:(
    somebody ...anybody....please help me understand?





    yeah Stevie is still HOT!
     
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    I'd just chalk it up to being a musical quirk. For example, my favorite music is thrash but I love what I call '80s cheese like synth pop or new wave kind of stuff. The stuff that I used to make fun of when I was in high school. You simply could NOT like that stuff and be a metal head back then unless you wanted to get your ass kicked. Nowadays, it's like a guilty pleasure.
     
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    How about some burnouts with your rock and roll?
     
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    Musical quirks...Just ran into one last month that has turned into an ear worm. I will preface this with the fact that I have never been a Freddy Mercury fan. I have never been a Queen fan. Too mainstream for me. I always listened to stuff nobody ever heard of, or weren't popular yet. I remember first time my dad saw Freddy Mercury. He said "He could bite a goat's ass through a chain link fence".
    I was sitting in the kitchen and wife was in the living room watching the end of Bohemian Rhapsody. Watched the Live Aid part and thought what a bunch of movie hype BS. So I googled Queen Live Aid. The real show was better than the movie IMO. Mercury in his "wife beater" T-shirt had over 70,000 people in the palm of his hand in Wembley stadium. Stage presence. Brian May shredding a guitar and no one really cared. If anyone can come up with a better front man, I'd like to know about it. This was 35 years ago. From about 4:10 on Radio Ga Ga and Hammer to fall are outstanding and he was sick as f*ck.
     
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    Ya, I have exactly the same thing going on, metal all the time in the shop for lifting and car stuff with my 30+ year old Kenwood amp and Klipsch speakers driven by my tablet. However, I have a soft spot for Fleetwood Mac and most of the 70's, 80's stuff that isnt metal.

    Stevie still looks good from the neck up, but those big black dresses are a couple ax-handles wider in the caboose than they used to be.
     
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    Then I got into gangster RAP, used to drive through the projects playing P.A.N. by Two live crew, I will not post it here,, HAA HA
     
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    ^^^^^:smokin:
     
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