Discussion in 'The Green Room' started by DaleD, Jun 16, 2008.
It's a gazelle and a bunny!
I think she did that when she was 18.
Within Temptation - Sinead
Lots of unknown US Metal bands from the eighties and nineties which are celebrated as gods in Europe until today. Fates Warning, Watchtower, Omen, or these guys... These guys ruled!
Not to be crude or anything, but I am more than willing to "try everything" with Shakira!
Some old friends finally made the big time a few years back...
I remember this band... Lots of good memories! I miss the times when Goth Metal bands with female singers were huge. One of my alltime favorites:
New Metallica. It came out yesterday.
not my cup of tea - tempo too fast, and couldn't understand the lyrics, which could be because of the speed making it seem like he was spitting them out.
Same here. It also didn't have much of a melody.
Wow! They are good. That's what I like about much new youtube music - stripped down to the basics with minimal bells & whistles. Getting to the heart of the song as it were. But of course talent has no connection to the entertainment industry, much like it's been the case for jazz musicians for the past fifty years or so. Just one more reason to not listen to mainstream radio.
I predict that you will experience a very vague, fleeting, inchoate and improper sexual undertone while watching this video by Madilyn Baily.
I've got $5 riding on a response that involves "Fist of an angry god."
Here, have something to keep you warm on those chilly autumn evenings:
They have a few good ones but also a lot of crap. I like this one too:
(yes the lyrics are in German but even I have a hard time understanding them so never mind )
The Barr Brothers - Beggar In The Morning
Trio Mandili, from Georgia. Fantastic harmony!
Been on a nostalgia kick lately.
wow - I haven't heard that song since 1983 or so. What ever happened to that guy?
Christie - Yellow River
Sabaton. Live in Vienna next week and I'll be there
I want to learn this on the banjo.
I guess I haven't posted these here yet?
Kristen Amarie -- And I'll Dream In Blue
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