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Everything posted by behindblueeyez

  1. I think the intro to Karn Evil 9 is pretty long.
  2. That Styx one is cool... If you stare at the Stones' Her Satanic Majesties Request, you can see The Beatles' faces in there. And the album cover is pretty cool too.
  3. "Miracle Cure" by The Who is 14 seconds... and one of my friends, who listens to the darker, goth type stuff, told me that Marilyn Manson (or maybe it was Alice Cooper, I can't remember ) did an album with like 99 songs, the first 97 being each 2 seconds long or something, and they were all silent. I don't know if that really constitutes as a song though!
  4. What kind of jobs are out there that involve working with/around classic rock/rock and roll? We've got to do a paper on jobs that we'd like to do... so, any ideas? Other than becoming a rock star, of course, which I could never do!
  5. What is it? Thick As A Brick by Jethro Tull is 45 minutes or something, if I remember right...
  6. "Renegade" by Styx "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen "Street Fighting Man" by The Rolling Stones They all seem to flow together pretty well... for me anyway :: And I know it's only two, but Radar Love and Another One Bites The Dust go well too
  7. Roger Daltrey Art Garfunkel Freddie Mercury:bow: David Bowie Rod Stewart David Gilmour And Bill Medley has a great deep voice
  8. "Take me away to paradise." -Longview, Green Day "I took a cane from a blind man..."
  9. I'm like some other people here, except I have my CDs stored by year the year they were released. Since they're all burned to my laptop, I usually just let WMP play anything by hitting all music and random/shuffle, whatever it is. ::
  10. I don't know for coolest... but the funniest to me, just because of the wording, was "In the desert, you can't remember your name cause there ain't no one for to give you no name." -America, Horse With No Name (I think it was America anyway...)
  11. Hammer To Fall In Two Queen+Guster Malted Milk Train Eric Clapton+Roger Daltrey
  12. Happy Jack is fun, and so is Devil Went Down To Georgia
  13. The first one that comes to my mind is Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard ::
  14. He could leave 'em to hang I shouted out 'Who killed the Kennedys?'
  15. Is it really? Damn, I must be slackin' off :: Where's the full intro?
  16. Stairway is a pretty cool song, I just really like the lyrics because they sound poetic :: but that's just me :guitar:
  17. I can't wait! I hope they come round near Virginia, though I'd travel a great distance to see them. If their new album has anything like Old Red Wine and Real Good Lookin Boy (which, I love, despite the fact that not a lot of people do), then it should be totally awesome! I still love The Who even though John and Keith aren't there anymore. As Roger Daltrey says, "They still have that spark." I have the Live In Boston DVD from this year, and they're still really great
  18. Terminal Frost and Sorrow by Pink Floyd Have I Told You Lately? by Rod Stewart Blue Red And Grey by The Who Losing My Touch by The Stones The Sound of Silence by Simon and Garfunkel and for some reason, Under Pressure by Queen and Bowie
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