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  1. In the late '70s and early '80s, Kansas and Genesis each released double live albums (remember those?), Two For The Show and Three Sides Live, respectively. Each album contained medleys, or more accurately, an older song that leaned towards the heavier side of their style, which went right into an instrumental excerpt or two from other older songs, then into their best known powerful slower tune. Very comparable types of songs and arrangements, so, poll-worthy! I honestly can't pick between these two. I'll give my opinions later, and let you all cast your votes and comments. If you haven't heard these in full, I highly recommend giving them a listen. They're great examples of how powerful these bands were in their prime. http://youtu.be/St_uNzcrzOE On the album, these songs below are performed in order, but on YouTube there isn't an instance of all these songs put together, so you'll have to do that yourself. http://youtu.be/1nBwRkMEUpY http://youtu.be/Y0A1h29qRvk
  2. This question has probably been asked a million times throughout this forum's 10 year tenure, but I'm curious. My vote goes to Houses Of The Holy. Perfect blend of everything Zeppelin was good at, and each tune has the ability to stand out on its own, and zero filler. TSRTS: Fantastic rampage of doubleneck guitar, drums, and everything in between. Rain Song: Great ballad showcasing Plant's voice, Page's guitar chops, and JPJ's keyboards OTHAFA: The "pop hit" of the album, but a good tune nonetheless. The Crunge: Where's that confounded bridge? :D Dancing Days: Nice standard hard rock song. D'yer Maker: Interesting little funk number. No Quarter: Easily one of the best tracks they've ever written. The version from the reunion tour in 2007 is bone-chilling. The Ocean: Bonham at his finest.
  3. You know how these threads work, let’s not waste too much time debating the meaning of pop. Thriller is, Reign In Blood isn’t. Simple spectrum. Let’s go! 1. Cyndi Lauper - She’s So Unusual Every cut is vivacious and expertly performed, and most are really cleverly written as well. Pop at its ecstatic, slightly quirky best!
  4. In another thread, Steevo mentioned that we should have a Batman thread. I like it, but why stop there? Discuss all things superhero-related here. The good, bad, ugly, past, present, future... Article on how Bale could return as Batman: http://finance.yahoo...-170800416.html I had been fantasizing about an Avengers movie since the late 70s. I wasn't disappointed. And I'm still very surprised it delivered. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/47/Hulk_mocap.jpg Superman 1 and 2: Hugely influential superhero films that were a lot of fun even though I was never a Superman fan. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/5/57/GeneralZodForPresident20084.jpg
  5. http://m.zimbio.com/quiz/1QqLzvl5aMU/Original+Star+Trek+Character I got McCoy... "You are Bones. Principled and earnest, you are a moral compass in a world gone mad. Like Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy, you know what's logical isn't always what's right, and you're not afraid to speak your mind, no matter who's listening. You're highly skilled but occasionally flummoxed by technology. After all, you're a doctor, not a...well, you get the idea." Sounds about right. If I'm any of the big 3, I'd definitely be closest to him.
  6. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8akmP6Sjv2o Anyone know what song this is? I'm madly in love with it. *swoon*
  7. I got 13 out of 16...test your knowledge!! http://www.buzzfeed.com/lukelewis/heavy-metal-lyric-or-bible-verse?fb_ref=Default#.pf1YmWrge
  8. I'm sure there are some oldskool metal fans on here who remember Hellion from the early 80s as a rock solid heavy metal band. Up From The Depths, Screams In The Night & The Black Book are all great albums that I feel some TRFers will have & love. Well, the band have recently released a 5 track EP entitled Karma's A Bitch & it's a strong effort that's worth a listen if you're into Hellion. It's very cheap too. Less than a fiver. Simon Wright (AC/DC,Dio) is on drums & does a great job, as does guitarist Maxxxwell Carlisle. The riffs are great, the solos shred & Ann Boleyn's vocals are really cool. Here's a taster.
  9. :cheers: Happy Birthday Treeduck :cheers:
  10. Bolt Thrower was on my list of "bands-to-be-checked-out" for ages now, and t last, I took time to listen to their album Honour Valour Pride ( ). Awesome old scool thrash, bulletproof heavy riffs, and growling vocals which I like a lot, but I know it may put people off. Anyone else a fan or at least familiar with this band?
  11. We played a show with them at The Dobbs in Philly. They were absolutely unreal. Incredible level of musicianship and definitely are up and coming. These guys are the coolest people to hang with and were very excited when they found out we were a Rush tribute. They not only have good taste but play some amazing music. Worth a check out if you like a heavier prog sound.
  12. Hot chicks playing occult metal, but with good songs! What's not to like? They toured with Ghost and Uncle Acid.
  13. In the spirit of the good Ol' Holidays, I would like to start a virtual gift giving thread. Post a link to the gift you want to give to the TRF member along with their name! It's the thought that counts, eh? Personally, I dig giving out groovy T-Shirts http://www.snorgtees.com/t-shirts/geek-nerd/just-the-tip Sheldon Cooper http://www.snorgtees.com/t-shirts/geek-nerd/octopi Treeduck http://www.snorgtees.com/t-shirts/geek-nerd/tis-but-a-scratch Ya Big Tree http://www.snorgtees.com/t-shirts/geek-nerd/i-love-your-accent Babycat http://www.snorgtees.com/t-shirts/geek-nerd/i-play-keyboard-for-the-internet 1001 :P http://www.snorgtees.com/may-the-mass-x-acceleration Hobo This website for the T-Shirts are killing me!!! :LMAO:
  14. http://i211.photobucket.com/albums/bb97/kmatherne81/partyanimal.gif :yay: :yay: 40,000 posts! :yay: :yay: http://i211.photobucket.com/albums/bb97/kmatherne81/partyanimal.gif
  15. http://i258.photobucket.com/albums/hh269/equestriancdr/feedtime_zps8ef0e578.jpg :LMAO:
  16. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yFGGXMFp0w Oh. My. God. I am IN LOOOOVE. :haz: :haz: :haz: :haz: :haz: :haz: :haz: :haz: :haz: :haz: :haz: Doing the obligatory Babycat tag, because for some reason everyone does it. lol. Treeduck, you ever heard of these guys?
  17. So for Christmas I got The Lord Of The Rings 1-3 in my stocking. Never have seen them before, never read the books. Just finished "The Fellowship of the Ring" and OMG!! It was beyond amazing. I almost cried at the end... Discuss Lord Of the Rings
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