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I was at this concert! So great!!! Still have the button I bought there.


Of course you were...
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If I could, I would. I swear. DrWatson private msg quote post Address this user
@GAC @HeinzDad Thanks. I appreciate it.

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The Fifth Golden Girl sborock private msg quote post Address this user
Such an underrated song writer! He inspired Elvis Costello (who made this 2nd song here a huge hit. Fantastic lyrics!) and Squeeze among many others.
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I think i am the only one who loves this guy! LOL!
I like his acting
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In memory of the legendary Christine Anne Perfect (three of her tunes)...








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being an ass and being a clown are two very different things. HAmistoso private msg quote post Address this user
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RIP Mr. Scott Weiland. This one’s for you
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being an ass and being a clown are two very different things. HAmistoso private msg quote post Address this user
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Voodoo it a hell of a thing
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPoiEQyYILM
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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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Voodoo it a hell of a thing


I've always felt Godsmack was a blatant and flagrant rip off of the massively better Alice In Chains....this being said their Voodoo song is palatable.
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Voodoo it a hell of a thing


I've always felt Godsmack was a blatant and flagrant rip off of the massively better Alice In Chains....this being said their Voodoo song is palatable.

Agreed, Godsmack was definitely a direct spawn of AIC. From the album art to the band’s name, they borrowed ALOT. I’ve always considered it a homage to AIC tho
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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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Voodoo it a hell of a thing


I've always felt Godsmack was a blatant and flagrant rip off of the massively better Alice In Chains....this being said their Voodoo song is palatable.

Agreed, Godsmack was definitely a direct spawn of AIC. From the album art to the band’s name, they borrowed ALOT. I’ve always considered it a homage to AIC tho


agreed on art and name but their sound is undeniable. AIC has such a unique sound....its a signature sound. In my opinion, Godsmack lifted that sound a little too much...combined with the art and name...feels more than an homage. I remember the first time I heard Godsmack..my first reaction was new AIC...then I quickly realized, no, that's not the case. lol.
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Shannon Larkin made Godsmack into something more / better.
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Can anyone guess what I am listening too after adding this to my kit?
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It was a one trick pony show but always hilarious. GAC private msg quote post Address this user
@Davethebrave I'm going to guess Godsmack..specifically Shannon Larkin.
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@Davethebrave I'm going to guess Godsmack..specifically Shannon Larkin.


Hint #2.


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Hint #3 is the drummer probably has 100 lbs on Shannon and could lift him under one arm.

His other arm wouldn’t look out of place holding Mjolnir.
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Danny Carey....drummer extraordinaire.
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@Davethebrave, @GAC, for me all paths lead back to TOOL LOL.

Heard rumblings about 10,000 Days recently, hoping we’ll get it on vinyl soon.
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@Davethebrave, @GAC, for me all paths lead back to TOOL LOL.

Heard rumblings about 10,000 Days recently, hoping we’ll get it on vinyl soon.


Tool is ridiculously talented at every instrument/vocally/lyrically and album art. An absolute pleasure to listen to these guys....I love each and every record but Lateralus is a high point in my opinion....I absolutely love that record.
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It was a one trick pony show but always hilarious. GAC private msg quote post Address this user
@RexMuff are those live signatures on the record?
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@RexMuff are those live signatures on the record?
Sure are, it’s my favorite treasure. The Philly show was the first time it was available on vinyl. Couldn’t pass it up, tho it cost a pretty penny. Lateralus is also my #1
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Not sure why I decided to post this, but it made me laugh, so why not...

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I am very jealous. I don’t own a turntable or I’d add collecting vinyl to my long list of hobbies.

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@RexMuff are those live signatures on the record?

Sure are, it’s my favorite treasure. The Philly show was the first time it was available on vinyl. Couldn’t pass it up, tho it cost a pretty penny. Lateralus is also my #1
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@Davethebrave I had a small collection of 50 - 60 lp's. Some highlights were Led Zepplin 1,2,3 & the unnamed 4th album. The who quadrophenia signed by all members, who's next, Aerosmith Toys in the Attic.
Sold them for 200.00 back about 11 years ago. lol....
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Very cool. Not the selling for peanuts part, the past ownership part.

I have (had?) a Petrucci signed BFR Majesty guitar (signature in marker on back). Still have the guitar but no trace of the signature. In fact, I can’t even tell where he signed it.

Guess it means I could claim my strat was signed by David Gilmour lol.





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@Davethebrave I had a small collection of 50 - 60 lp's. Some highlights were Led Zepplin 1,2,3 & the unnamed 4th album. The who quadrophenia signed by all members, who's next, Aerosmith Toys in the Attic.
Sold them for 200.00 back about 11 years ago. lol....
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