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I know I’m in the minority here, but I love me some CLUTCH
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Damn Joey still sounds good. I saw Anthrax in 2002 with John Bush on vocals. Great show. Never saw them with Joey. Might have to change that in August when they come to Cincinnati.

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After hearin this guy absolutely kill it on Eminem’s track “I Will”, I had to hear more. This seems like a concept album that should have a companion comic. I’m 40, and it’s quite refreshing to hear rap that’s not about blunts and hoes. Just sayin
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Vintage BOC...



Something extra: caught one of these '78 laser performances (it was indeed spectacular)...

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@CatmanAmerica I have that listed as "The TRIP Show". Can't imagine why.


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@CatmanAmerica I have that listed as "The TRIP Show". Can't imagine why.




A TRIP show it was (LOL!). Saw them August 19th in Lloyd Nolan Center (Arena), Norman, Oklahoma (near OU campus)! Not only was BOC's laser-light show phenomenal, but co-headliners UFO knocked it out of the park with Michael Schenker's lead guitar. One of the greatest live rock albums of the 70's "Strangers In The Night" was recorded during this tour. Understandably, I don't recall British Lions at all!

Here's a sample of Michael's astounding guitar pyrotechnics from around that time:


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Now for something completely different, Mack the Knife (orig.) ...



... from Weil & Brecht's Threepenny Opera.
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um.. a waterphone??





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@CatmanAmerica I have that listed as "The TRIP Show". Can't imagine why.


A TRIP show it was (LOL!). Saw them August 19th in Lloyd Nolan Center (Arena), Norman, Oklahoma (near OU campus)! Not only was BOC's laser-light show phenomenal, but co-headliners UFO knocked it out of the park with Michael Schenker's lead guitar. One of the greatest live rock albums of the 70's "Strangers In The Night" was recorded during this tour. Understandably, I don't recall British Lions at all!



One minor correction on the arena designation. The venue was Lloyd Noble Center not Lloyd Nolan Center, although I'm sure actor Lloyd Nolan deserved the honor and his heirs would've appreciated that recognition.

To make up for this boneheaded gaff here's the entire set UFO performed on Don Kirshner's Rock Concert in '74 that I came across on YouTube (Michael Schenker hits a few sour notes in the first number, but wow, what a performance in nice quality!)...

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It was a one trick pony show but always hilarious. GAC private msg quote post Address this user
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Best quality I've ever seen of early Stones footage (4K 35mm film restoration apparently)...



Much better performance than the more familiar poorly sync'd full make-up version too!
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Best quality I've ever seen of early Stones footage (4K 35mm film restoration apparently)...



Much better performance than the more familiar poorly sync'd full make-up version too!


It is clean and crisp for the age.
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From the Hy Lit Show.

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I'll probably wake up constipated. Pre_Coder private msg quote post Address this user
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I didn’t even know LaBrie had a solo album.

I’ve listened on/off to DT for years but honestly preferred LTE.
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I didn’t even know LaBrie had a solo album.

Elements Of Persuasion is really an awesome album IMO. A lot of talent and production involved.

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I’ve listened on/off to DT for years but honestly preferred LTE.

Yeah, I've been on/off with DT as well. I enjoy their earlier work, and some particular later songs as well. But they have become redundantly dark and deep,... and they feel the need to play each song at 1 million mph,... even if it's a cover song.
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