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I was being facetious on a couple levels. They haven't been in any part of New England since the Station fire.
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It doesn't say he twerked, but he may have.
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Surprised the eject button worked with Dark Horse in your player...
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Funnily enough, I wouldn't consider a single act above to be "modern rock". MAYBE Therapy and Bush.
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Is that a Japanese version?
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Maybe Snake65 can get them in at Mohegan Sun...
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Ending A distinctive feature of the song is its lack of a conventional ending. "Pull Me Under" simply stops at 8 minutes and 11 seconds. A later Dream Theater song, "Raw Dog", ends abruptly, similar to "Pull Me Under". This abrupt ending was corrected in their Greatest Hit compilation. Asked about the abrupt ending while at a drum clinic in Atlanta in 1999, Mike P
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2 days ago
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Weird, right? I bought it the day it came out in 1992 and noticed it then (and every other time I have played it). I wonder what the logic was there?
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2 days ago
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Anyone else own the CD? To me, it's a classic prog-metal album, but I have a question. Anyone else have "Pull Me Under" end abruptly at 8:11? I mean, it sounds funny that a song that long can end abruptly, but it does. No fade. No resolve. Just ends. 2 seconds later "Another Day" starts.
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I think Andrew was a bit harsh saying whoever booked the gig should be fired. It would seem, on the surface, like it would be a pretty great gig. "Hey Jack, wanna play in an arena after a football game?" Of course he does. It turned out to be worse than playing in a bar of 200 people, but he got paid to rehearse.
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3 days ago
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Yet could have elements of those, alternative, nu-metal, funk, soul, blues, AOR, punk, pop... :)
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3 days ago
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Stellar weekend for Brian. He's up from $115.
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6 days ago
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Cool. Also, if you haven't already, check out Warren Haynes solo stuff. Tales of Ordinary Madness may be his closest stuff to AOR, though it's not close... "Fire In The Kitchen" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yHwSl8Q5dPk
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Don't you dare compare Scotty Boy to Stevie Wonder's Favorite White Singer! Come on, you guys have seen Scott post often enough to decipher his posts! \mm/
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7 days ago
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That's Can Man in one neat little package.
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7 days ago
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PjayBe has got it right. Both Gov't Mule and Railroad Earth are thrown into the "jam band" crowd. I have seen both live. If you like blues rock you must see Gov't Mule. Warren Haynes goes unmentioned around here usually, but he's a fantastic guitarist and singer. Railroad Earth is a great time, but expect fiddles in their music. Excellent though.
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7 days ago
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The only way I would pledge anything to this campaign is if I could get a roll of toilet paper with this picture on every sheet.
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7 days ago
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For those who pledged the most money... Most people can't afford to spend on that premium. He was asking for at least a $40 pledge just to get the CD! I think he was asking for $20 or $25 just for a digital download.
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7 days ago
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I don't do it to amuse anyone but myself. Well, maybe that's untrue.
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7 days ago
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Hey Tony, I understand your outlook, but I think when these things are done right (not looking for exorbitant amounts of money and having enticing perks for the donors) these projects are a good thing for fans of particular artists. The flip side is that they can also serve to show an artist that they are either asking for way too much money, they aren't as popular as they may believe, or they ne
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8 days ago
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I think it has to do with dots in the band names. Andrew?
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8 days ago
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How the fuck did I get lumped in here?
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9 days ago
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HAHAHA. Perhaps the understatement of the year.
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9 days ago
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It does sound really good, Shawn. You sound mighty Augeri-like here.
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9 days ago
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There's no way that's Johnny Edwards.
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Definite accent. It'll probably be a band with a D.O.T. name.
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10 days ago
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I didn't get to see Bach, unfortunately.
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Not a fan, per se, but I did see him in Jekyll & Hyde on Broadway many years ago and he was excellent.
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13 days ago
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Grohl and Foo Fighters play in fans' garages. This does not surprise me in the least.
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