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    Cage Rattler wezul's Avatar
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    Aerosmith, Rocks is the cutoff, after that they suck.
    Brand X - Cambodia
    Burning Sensations - Belly Of The Whale
    Husker Du - Eight Miles High
    Ramones - I Wanna Be Sedated
    Steve Vai - Bad Horsie
    Thermadore - Amerasian
    David Lindley - Petit Fleur
    Was(Not Was) - Knocked Down, Made Small
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    I'm currently listening to a classic example of not judging an album by it's cover:



    I wouldn't touch anything that looked like this, haha. But, it's actually good. Scary..

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    I met a ridin' buddy, that lives just up the street, as a result of an article that was written up in the ON regarding his /5 restoration. This restoration was done in Cincinnati at a place called Autobahn Craftwerks.
    http://www.autobahn-craftwerks.com/feature.php?id=70

    You might wonder why this posting is in this thread - it seemed as logical a place as any - and on the above website is a motorcycle (mostly BMW airhead) themed music video made in and around the shop by a band called "500 miles to memphis"


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    Daid Gilmour- Live in Gdanst (sp)

    Great stuff there

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    Quote Originally Posted by haughty View Post
    Daid Gilmour- Live in Gdanst (sp)

    Great stuff there
    Been listening to Floyd the last couple of days...

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    Quote Originally Posted by criminaldesign View Post
    Been listening to Floyd the last couple of days...
    Me too! Uncle Floyd!

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    Miles and Coltrane doing a great version of "So What".


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    Them, Plimsouls and Ben Folds - I am feeling multi-generational today
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    This last weekend, I saw Junior Brown & Los Lonely Boys live in Austin, TX...

    They both tore it up.

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    The washing machine...sigh.

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    Gotta a 3+ hrs meeting on a new project today, so I'll be listening to


    Best Product Synergy- The Big Cheeze Lords

    Blah, Blah, Blah- DS and the Marketing Guru's

    That can't be done, in that amount of time- The Electron Chasers
    Mark

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    Hey, no forgetting the Six-Sigma pitch from the 22 year-old consultant.
    Ted
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    Quote Originally Posted by MWS View Post
    Gotta a 3+ hrs meeting on a new project today, so I'll be listening to


    Best Product Synergy- The Big Cheeze Lords

    Blah, Blah, Blah- DS and the Marketing Guru's

    That can't be done, in that amount of time- The Electron Chasers


    I know those meetings. In my line of biz I also get to hear the following hits by the great punk band "The Clients From Hell" including "My Budget Is 20% Of That Quote", "Can You Make It Less RED" and "My Nephew Can Do This - For Free"

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    Or these classics

    Color of lines- The Gant Chart boys

    You wanna do What?- The Certifications
    Mark

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    This is the best configuration of the band live. With all due respect to Peter.
    Chester Thompson backing up Phil letting him do vox and when the two would drum together it was pretty good.
    And we get to hear the last of Steve Hackett, sadly.
    And the Cinema Show. Live.
    A flower?

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