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  1. I think he meant "hot sauce" as in spicy, like Tabasco.
  2. I greatly enjoy Sibelius. For symphonies, my favv is #4. A great shorter piece is Finlandia.
  3. Danzig - Sings Elvis There's nothing wrong with this, but I just don't see why it needs to exist.
  4. I considered this, but, in truth, the holes are so large and plentiful, and the artwork so faded, that it just isn't practical.
  5. So, my wife (for some mysterious reason) wants to throw out my old metal shirts that happen to have a lot of (really big) holes in them. I naturally disagreed with this. The compromise is that she has agreed to periodically buy me replacement shirts, and when she places the order I have to throw away the old one. That part was hard. I decided to start with the first metal shirt I ever bought: Emperor - In The Nightside Eclipse. I purchased the original shirt back in 1998 or so. The new one arrived today and it's beautiful. Classic artwork from a classic album, large and unfaded in all its intricate glory. I notice that the guys in the lower left corner (trolls? soldiers? orcs?) are tinted a little different than the original and really stand out. I am thoroughly pleased with this purchase.
  6. Thanks for the recomendation. I checked them out. Very odd. Not sure if I dig them or not. NP: Satan - Court in the Act
  7. I love The Cure, but never liked that song, and as I've never been big on Behemoth, I guess I'll skip that one. Too bad, does anyone else know any other metal versions of Cure songs? Anyway, lately been listening to: Doom - Bury The Debt Not The Dead Darkthrone - Plaguewielder Morgion - Among Majestic Ruin
  8. Why COF are hated: When the band first came out, they were marketed as black metal. I don't know if the members of the band said they were BM, or if it was just marketing. So basically, BM was starting to get big in the 90's with bands like Mayhem, Immortal, Darkthrone, etc., and suddenly every 6th grader is wearing a COF shirt and saying they love BM, without even knowing what real BM is. As I said, I don't know if the band is responsible for this or not, but they caught a hell of a lot of resentment for it. As for the music, I liked the debut, the Dark Fairytales E.P., and Dusk. I felt Cruelty was a step down in quality, with the songs more simplistic and same sounding. I found these traits magnified on Midian, and stopped listening. Is there any album I should check out that sounds more like the earlier material?
  9. Autopsy - Severed Survival Michael Nyman - Drowning By Numbers Enslaved - Frost
  10. I can see caring about age to the extent of wanting to work with adults. Other than that, taking age or gender into consideration is goofy as far as it has no bearing on an individual's talent. In fact, these requirements don't seem much different to me than insisting on only working with people of a certain race.
  11. Burzum - Thulêan Mysteries Samhain - November-Coming-Fire Guns n Roses - Use Your Illusion I I guess I'm all over the place today.
  12. For some reason, I really like the sound of Meniscus.
  13. Danzig - 5 Blackacidevil The Beatles - White Album Mesarthim - Isolate
  14. One of the most depressing songs I've ever heard is Asleep by The Smiths. One time I listened to it over and over for a few hours, then had to go to a mental hospital. Then again, my mental state probably wasn't so good when I put the song on to begin with.
  15. They were one of my favorite bands in high school. I love The Real Thing and Angel Dust. The albums that came after had some great songs, but were less consistent albums. I haven't heard the new one yet, but I suppose it's worth a listen.
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