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  • Gender
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  • Location
    Stockport, Cheshire, UK
  • Interests
    Music, reading, history, fishing, soccer, NFL, having a beer, pool, country walks, body (boogie) boarding.

Music Fandom

  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
    1
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
    Manchester, Snakes & Arrows Tour 14/10/07
  • Favorite Rush Song
    Spirit Of Radio, Tom Sawyer, Xanadu, Spindrift, One Little Victory, Different Strings, Analog kid
  • Favorite Rush Album
    Permanent Waves, Counterparts, S & A.
  • Best Rush Experience
    Deciding to walk back to that CD rack and buying Permanent Waves and updating all my Rush vinyl to CD and more. Distant Early Warning :wub: And most importantly what became of all this, meeting Dweez (Mrs H) my wife :wub:
  • Other Favorite Bands
    Led Zeppelin, The Black Crowes, Skynyrd, Paul Weller, Black Sabbath
  • Musical Instruments You Play
    Percussionist (steering wheel, desk, floor etc), not forgetting the triangle
  1. Quality :dweez: You even have your own emoticon on here :)
  2. Hey, it's Huck! :ebert: :outtahere: Only joking :ebert: How's it going Jim?
  3. Got my ass kicked this year, by damned Canadians
  4. Thanks people :) I've not posted on here in ages. I love this forum,they have the best emoticons ever
  5. The Black Crowes Manchester 11th July London 12th July
  6. Black Sabbath AC/DC Deep Purple Rainbow Scorpions UFO Heaven & Hell Motorhead Metallica Judas Priest Iron Maiden Saxon MSG Twisted f'kin Sister Hanoi Rocks It's hard to draw the line at what is and what isn't metal. For example Rainbow had some kick ass metal songs, Kill The King, Long Live Rock N'Roll, Stargazer, Tarot woman etc but also some more commercial sounding rock. I didn't include Zep or Black Crowes my fave bands as they are definately not metal. AC/DC have some metallish songs but mostly just High Voltage Rock N' Roll Yeah so in a nutshell many bands are difficult to cateragorize
  7. QUOTE (Sonatine @ Feb 18 2010, 10:28 PM) QUOTE (Xanadu Princess @ Feb 18 2010, 10:15 PM) Here's the 5 I forgot from my earlier post - more rock than metal. VINTAGE Maiden (the first 2 albums and nowt else) Y & T Purple Tank Hanoi Rocks Hanoi Rocks!! Damn, completely forgot about those mad bad Fins! "Two Steps from the Move" - nice Oriental Beat
  8. QUOTE (Daylin @ Nov 17 2008, 04:40 PM) Tortoise and Hare! I miss you, both. I sent you a pm some time ago and I haven't heard anything. I truly hope you're well Slacker And, I know I haven't been here that much lately, but I haven't seen Mrs. Huck and Huck around here boz69....come out and play Hi Lyn we still post from time to time
  9. QUOTE (Mandalorian Hunter @ Sep 29 2008, 11:12 AM) Lately I've purchased; Soundgarden - Badmotorfinger Soundgarden - Superunknown Biffy Clyro - Inifinity Land Kings Of Leon - Youth And Young Manhood Kings Of Leon - Aha Shake Heartbreak Kings Of Leon - Because Of The Times Sigur Ros - Agaetis Byrjun Youth and Young Manhood's a great album
  10. QUOTE (Mandalorian Hunter @ Apr 16 2008, 11:17 PM)QUOTE (Huck @ Apr 16 2008, 11:13 PM) Just got a free download from the Black Crowes download site, 1st 10,000 get a free 2 disk compilation of live tracks, mostly unreleased live covers. It's awesome A must for any Crowes fan, Testy, MH you have to get this. Where? How? When? Why? Must have! I PMd you about it already
  11. Just got a free download from the Black Crowes download site, 1st 10,000 get a free 2 disk compilation of live tracks, mostly unreleased live covers. It's awesome A must for any Crowes fan, Testy, MH you have to get this.
  12. Well I woke this morning with a teardrop in my eye Because last night it felt like the best night of my life Now there's something that is wrong rotting my insides And I don't understand why my brain wants to die I had women, wine, party time and everything that mattered And when I woke up today you know my brain was all in tatters I had bits of lungs shrapnel glass and cigarettes for breakfast And my lips are blue, my toes are numb and I think I've got the shivers It's the little things we do when you go out in the night And it's pay day today just for having a good time As your hangover unfolds well the questions will arrive Why do I feel like death just for having a good time So I get up and go down the stairs and try to make a sandwich But the ham and cheese, margarine they speak an evil language It says "Don't eat me I don't deserve to be there in your stomach" And I break on down and cry why do good times turn to bummers It's the little things we do when you go out in the night And it's pay day today just for having a good time As your hangover unfolds well the questions will arrive Why do I feel like death just for having a good time.
  13. QUOTE (Rushian King @ Apr 8 2008, 03:50 PM) The cheaper way: bicycle. Any trip of at most 15 km (not sure what that is in miles) EACH way is viable, assuming you have decent weather, for any semi-fit, able-bodied person. And if your commute is too great then how about splitting it between car and bike? Assuming enough vehicle space, bring your bike along, drive part way, park somewhere presumably cheaper than your destination, and finish your commute on two wheels. The savings of biking on occasion might not be very noticeable at first, but it'll add up. That's a nice thought but I use my car in my job and do about 1200 miles a month. I couldn't cycle that kind of mileage.
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