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Re: Epic Rock Songs

Post by Jesper Hvid » 5 years ago

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One of the best things I've heard in quite a while.
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Post by Jesper Hvid » 5 years ago



Nostradamus-theme, long before 'Priest's version.
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An audience with the Devil (Triptych Pt. II).
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Post by PTRACER » 5 years ago

She Sells Sanctuary...Not the only song by The Cult, but often it feels like it. I really need to check them out because it's not even their best song. Fuck.

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Post by Jesper Hvid » 5 years ago

You're quite right there.

The album Electric was excellent, tho.



I also dug Danzig, and Circus of Power. Raw rock and roll stuff.



And Manitoba's Wild Kingdom, too... ;)

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Post by PTRACER » 5 years ago

I haven't heard those before, but they sound ace. Even though the Manitoba video looks a big joke, it's not a bad song!
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Post by caneparo » 5 years ago

How could you define a name who called himself Handsome "Dick" Manitoba?
Anyways he was into the seminal punk/metal band of the 70's, the Dictators; a very good band whos guitarist was Ross Funicello, founding member of Manowar.
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Post by Jesper Hvid » 5 years ago

Hehe, yeah, he's a bit of a character, like Matt McCourt and others one could mention. Ross the Boss was also on that album.

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Post by Jesper Hvid » 5 years ago


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Except it seems a good excuse to kill
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Post by PTRACER » 5 years ago

The heavy rock theme tune to the 1995 video game Full Throttle. Fuck, we had it SO much better back in the day!!!

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Post by Jesper Hvid » 5 years ago

PTRACER wrote:She Sells Sanctuary...


Guess what I got in the mail today. :haha:

1:10--->
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Post by Jesper Hvid » 5 years ago



Thatchery "scum" generation having it out, lots of bands made lots of oi! songs and shite, celebrating the waning violent Brit footy hooligan subculture, and early Genesis and Iron Maiden did one, too, and all. Of all the stuff I've listened to over the years, this is the one that really nails it, and to a T. And it appears to be a pisstake, actually. Where's all the all-out White rioting gone these days, I wonder. There appears to be a general hiatus, which means a build-up, and I wonder if the proxy British Expeditionary Force won't make an appearance, during the French 2016 EURO, or if it's just another case of romancing the past. Whether or not a young male generation's got a chip on their shoulder to match the bee up the bonnet of their female counterparts, just remains to be seen. In my opinion, football should be kicked out of racism, and the lads ought to decide whether to pack it in, altogether, or to really slam it home, again and again, as the case may be. Where's the fruitless pent up anger gonna go, right? The Internet hasn't quite fixed human nature. Virtual murder games ain't gonna suck the satanic rage out of Johnny Kickface from Middlesbrough. FIFA can't export the finals to other continents, anymore, so here we are, again. Englishmen abroad + beer + footy equals bovver... Nietzsche nailed it, and as I can't imagine otherwise, we're in for at least some sort of uebermenschey ruckus. I have to say I find it predictably hilarious.
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Post by Jesper Hvid » 5 years ago

Visigoths... :haha:
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Post by Mawerick » 5 years ago

'Stargazer' has been mentioned before, but how about 'A Light In The Black'? It does continue the theme...

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