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Blondie's under-rated in my opinion. Especially the earlier stuff - "Hangin' on The Telephone", "One Way or Another"- and there ain't nothin' fruity about Debra Harry.
I concur! Nothin wrong with Blondie! I was allways impressed with the lyrics. Like "Fade Away and Radiate." or "Shayla" Cool band from back in the day! 8)

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Had the MP3 JBox going, and Ratman will dig this one....

Neu Reguel - Queensryche!

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WAY too many!! got me one of those iPod dealies recently, so I'm in the process of ripping all my cds ... been finding ALL kinds of stuff that's gone unlistned to for way too long!!! had the playback option on .. it's been a some time since I listened to "Sandinista" straight through!! what a trip, and what a (fun) chore to convert all that stuff ...

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Aren't iPods wonderful! I've got 35GB's of MP3's on mine and it's set to random. With 8700 songs you never know what you are going to hear. 8)

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DAMN Bats! How long did it take you to rip and /or download all of that!?

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I belong to emusic.com and I get 90 downloads a month for $20, however, when I first joined it was unlimited downloads... ;-)

I actually got an e-mail from them one month deeming my downloads overly excessive (2000 songs); I asked them to clarify what they exactly meant by unlimited? :lol: 6 months later, they changed their business plan... :cry:

Ripping the rest as I get them. 8)

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wow! yeah with that many tunes, the random setting would be a blast!!!
I wished I would have started ripping discs in alphabetical order or something ... I'd have a better idea of how many are left .. a little less than half I think, but I have 12GB ripped against the 30GB capacity ..and that took all weekend. Whew!

so ... you're the bastich to blame for the policy change, eh??? :lol:
I signed up for eMusic not too long ago .. got my 50 free DL's and cancelled. Good for a lot of older, semi - obscure stuff ... it was worth it to finally get another copy of The Replacements Let it Be disc ... lI ost that sucker somewhere along the way.

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Check them out again. They have been adding new artists like crazy, and a lot of older stuff. Even capping you at 90, your still paying less than $0.25 a song. By far the best (legal) deal going. :wink:

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Check them out again. They have been adding new artists like crazy, and a lot of older stuff. Even capping you at 90, your still paying less than $0.25 a song. By far the best (legal) deal going. :wink:
Thanx fer that info Bat! Been lookin fer a good legal site! :thumb2:

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Bree Sharp's "Cheap and Evil Girl"

The Donnas' "Take It Off"

Veruca Salt's "Seether"

You see, I'm in the middle of a forensic computer examination and now my firewire drive isn't working. For some reason, the hard rockin', take no s*** songs of young women sooth me...now, where's my hammer?

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What's A Guy Gotta Do To Get A Girl In This Town.

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Boston "Gonna Hitch A Ride!" My 1st job was an after school paper route. I ran it in an old VW Bug. Had it on 8-track and played it untill it bled! 8)

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I've been listening to "The Logical Song" by Supertramp a lot. If you listen to the words, well, it really hits home a bit.

"When I was young, seemed that life was so wonderful....."

But don't take my word for it, listen to the tune and see what I mean.

On another note, I was in the car a little earlier and cruisin' to "I was made for lovin' you" by KISS. 'Orrighttttt..........

Glusniffer - you'd also have to be a fan of "Teddy Bear" by Red Sovine, yes?

Mark M - Nightmoves by Bob Seger - Ahhh, there's my youth haunting me again...... :alcoholic2:

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10-4 Harley! Talk ta Teddy Bear! But watch what You say or Theyll be callin You a radical, a liberal. a fanatical criminal.... :roll: I heard "Breakfast in America" Myself yesterday. Someone should make a kit of that waitress on the cover. Breakfast in America! The resin kit! :lol: Actually, thats food for thought! I can think of several albums that would make cool kits! "Toys in the Attic", "Draw the Line" would make a cool bust. "Cultasaurus Erectus", "Appetite for Destruction! Whoa! :shock:

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Heard and interesting version of Pink Floyd's The Wall yesterday on the radio.
Not sure, but I think it was Rob Zombie that did it.

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Heard and interesting version of Pink Floyd's The Wall yesterday on the radio.
Not sure, but I think it was Rob Zombie that did it.


that would be jonathan davis and KORN, my friend...from the greatest hits where they also do a <<<believe it or not>>> cool version of cameo's 'word up'...

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10-4 Harley! Talk ta Teddy Bear! But watch what You say or Theyll be callin You a radical, a liberal. a fanatical criminal.... :roll: I heard "Breakfast in America" Myself yesterday. Someone should make a kit of that waitress on the cover. Breakfast in America! The resin kit! :lol: Actually, thats food for thought! I can think of several albums that would make cool kits! "Toys in the Attic", "Draw the Line" would make a cool bust. "Cultasaurus Erectus", "Appetite for Destruction! Whoa! :shock:


i love rock and roll sculpts...my main focus of course is iron maiden's EDDIE, but kiss stuff, ozzy's tribute, megadeth's vic and alice cooper can all be found on my shelves...i just got the PL 4 beatles/yellow sub for dirt cheap too so i guess it's not ALL monster rockers... :wink:

cultosaurus would be cool...the GNR appetite would be an awesome wall plaque...the boston guitar/spaceship and the journey scarab would also be fun to paint...

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LOVIN this new station "the Jack!" Twisted Sister, Steely Dan, The Doobs, Thomas Dolby, Quaterflash, and dude that sang "too Sexy" LMAO! Wildest mix of stuff I ever heard! :shock:

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Heard and interesting version of Pink Floyd's The Wall yesterday on the radio.
Not sure, but I think it was Rob Zombie that did it.


that would be jonathan davis and KORN, my friend...from the greatest hits where they also do a <<<believe it or not>>> cool version of cameo's 'word up'...


Thanks.
That will help me track it down.
When if first started, I was thinking Manson, as it went on, it had a more Zombie like feel.
But I can see it being Korn.

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Hmmm....kits based on Album covers. Glusniffer, you may have hit on something there. :bow: I can think of a few from Ozzy O and some of the heavy metal bands (the german heavy metal band Warlock springs to mind - Doro Pesch!) =P~ that would make for some creative challenges.

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