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    My profession has nothing to do with music; I am a computer scientist.
    I like many styles of music, from the "pop-music"domain the most Hard Rock/Heavy Metal, but also some other older styles. Though I play guitar for decades now (since my teens) and compose, I only started a band project this year -due to the long (time more or less) lockdown. Bands I like for example: Nemesea, Nightwish, Within Temptation, Helloween, Blind Guardian, Iron Maiden, Saxon, Judas Priest, AC/DC, Thin Lizzy, Jimi Hendrix, Chuck Berry...I still do discover new "old" Metal/Hard Rock bands for example from the 70ies and 80ies I did not know before - and new bands as well...
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    Music, karate

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    Music, motorcyling, karate

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  1. Well, usually I only listen to music and do nothing else, move a bit to it perhaps...I enjoy the music without doning something else... Wenn I ride by bike to the train, I also listen to music and somtimes in the train - or when vacuuming with headphones
  2. Well, proably I am the exotic. When I discovered them, I thought they were really underrated. As I already mentioned, they have songs which somehow made way for the Metal period and some songs sound like Maiden-precursor, as I mentioned "massacre" beeing the best candidat. Even the lyrics are a bit like "Run to the Hills". They have also other good Hard-Rock songs, and to my mind, the albums became better and better starting with Jailbreak, from then on there were always really good songs on it. And their life album is really great. And yes, sure, they have quite some "gap fillers" - but this was not unsual at that time, was it?. The Hard Rock album of that time often only had a few real Hard-Rock songs on it. When I started with Judas Priest, my first album was Unleashed in the East, a real cool live album from that time. Rock forever, tyrant, Victim of Changes.... all songs with such power. When I later listend to the studie versions, I was a bit disapointed - they sound so "soft"... Okay, thank you for your asmwers!
  3. Well, I could not find Nemesea here...Since I got many results searching for Metallica, it may be possible that they do not exist here. I do not know where exactely to classify them, a bit symphonic... Anyway, they have a couple of good songs, I think. Let's take the Rammstein & Whatever Crossover-song "allein" (German, meaning "alone"): Oh shit, sure they are here I dropped the 'e' from ...sea...Well then you can delete this post...I cannot, I guess
  4. yes, they have some got ballads, "no one like you" is one, but still heavy, (the song just mentioned in the thread above) and "still loving you" also a good love-song, though not very heavy...and yeah I also like "Rock you like a..."
  5. I hope not to seem rude, but I have to disagree a bit with this review. I hope that's okay, especially since it's my first post after introducing myself and then also going against a moderator's review. I discovers Thin Lizzy about 2 year age. There is a maiden cover for massacre which brought me to Thin Lizzy. Actually massacre sound even in the Lizzy version a bit like Maiden. There are several songs which a bit in the maiden style, like emerald, Boogie, Woogie Dance...however Maiden cannot have influenced them, but the other way round...at least as far as the songs just mentioned are concerned. To my mind "Thunder and Lightening" is with "live and dangerous" their best album. The song I like most form it is "Someday She Is Going To Hit Back". The Intro is rather cool and catchy, the guitars are great (you also liked the guitar) and the song as the whole is one of my prefered Lizzy songs. It has a Heavy dirty Rock beat in it which absolutely reaches me. I also like Heart Attack wich is a bit like "someday she..." The waekest songs on this album are the slower songs. I just thought I must defend the album and especially the "someday she..."-song. Well, tastes are different.. Thank you for your interesting post, MacabreEternal, and thank you for reading to all...
  6. I found this forum and think it fits me. I like heavy Rock very much, for example Bands like Nemesea, Nightwish, Within Temptation, Helloween, Blind Guardian, Iron Maiden, Saxon, Judas Priest, AC/DC, Thin Lizzy, Jimi Hendrix, Chuck Berry...I still do discover new "old" Metal/Hard Rock bands for example from the 70ies and 80ies I did not know before - and new bands as well... I started a band project this year and hope to be able to present it here soon. However, I wish to write a few other contributions before. I do not want to start with presenting our own music. Anyway, I hope the useres are open to new unknown music, other have presented their music as well...I'll come back to this later... Thank you
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