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MetalheadFromBama

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  1. I've never been a huge fan of Dead Kennedys, but they have a few good songs. The Clash also have some really good songs. The earlier Misfits stuff is great. I wish the Misfits would get Glenn Danzig back on vocals instead of the frontman they have now.
  2. I think Keith Morris did great on the Nervous Breakdown album. It's hard to decide whether he or Henry Rollins was the better vocalist for Black Flag. I guess it depends on what song it is. Green Day and The Offspring are pretty good. I really liked Green Day back when I was in middle school. Now, I like more hardcore punk, but I still listen to Green Day every now and then. I love the Egyptian sounding part in The Offspring's Come Out And Play.
  3. I listen to Kyuss sometimes. Demon Cleaner is a great song.
  4. I just started listening to Monster Magnet. I really like Space Lord. The guitar playing in Powertrip sounds like Mötörhead with a little less distortion.
  5. Deep Purple: good band. Machine Head is a good album. Maybe I'm a Leo is probably my favorite song on that album.
  6. Black Sabbath - Live In Paris 1970 (HD) Full Video Great show. I wish I could find a time machine so I can go to 1970 and be at that show. Only bad thing is I don't know how to speak or understand French.
  7. I listen to punk when I'm not listening to metal. Does anyone here like punk? If so, name your favorite artist and song. My favorite punk band is Black Flag, and my favorite Black Flag song is Nervous Breakdown.
  8. Monk's Dream is a good album. I like the piano intros on Monk's Dream and Bright Mississippi. I also like the tenor sax intro on See-Ya.
  9. I like a few classical songs like Für Elise and Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, but I can't really focus on classical music if the song is longer than 2 or 3 minutes. If a song is longer than that, I can only focus on the parts that I like.
  10. To me, Smooth Jazz doesn't sound like jazz. It sounds more like funk. Miles Davis was a great trumpet player. I listen to the Kind of Blue album sometimes. It's very relaxing. Right Off is one of the first jazz songs I've ever heard with a wah-wah effect.
  11. Autumn Leaves is a good song. I'll check out Gee Baby Ain't I Good To You when I get a chance.
  12. Skydiving, fight in a boxing match, go to Scotland and Ireland (I have a lot of Scottish and Irish blood, so that's why), let a squirrel run loose in church (like the Ray Stevens song "Mississippi Squirrel Revival"), go to Wacken Open Air, get in a mosh pit, stage dive, go to New Orleans (go to jazz clubs and museums), and go back to Mexico when I become fluent in Spanish.
  13. Usually I play video games while listening to music. I have a lot of games that I don't play much, and I also have a lot of old records and cassettes that I don't listen to much, so I do both at the same time.
  14. When I'm not listening to metal, I usually listen to jazz or classical. If you like jazz, name your favorite songs. Mine are: Glenn Miller's "In The Mood", Sonny Rollins' "St. Thomas", and Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie's "Hot House".
  15. I asked if the Jazz Band needed a guitarist, but there was already a guitarist, and the school Jazz Band needed a bass player. I started playing bass after that.