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  1. "I’m surprised these inmates didn’t rush the band and kill them as soon as Hetfield opened his mouth." :rotfl:
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    New Megadeth CD Leaked

    You're welcome. : )
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    New Megadeth CD Leaked

    How 'bout I post a link to the forum post on another site that points to the hosted files. That should be ok, eh? The post is near the bottom of this page: http://www.metal-rules.com/bb/viewtopic.php?t=4464&start=30 Tic3
  4. Jag Panzer: This American power metal band has been kicking ass since the early 1980's. With no less than seven releases to date, this Colorado-based quintet features Harry Conklin on vocals, Mark Briody and Chris Broderick on guitars, John Tetley on bass, and Rikard Stjernquist on drums. Jag Panzer is a very down-to-earth band who enjoy meeting and interacting with their fans. Guitarist Mark Briody is active on several metal-related forums. Mark was kind enough to provide links to two new songs from their upcoming CD titled "Casting The Stones". The songs are: Battered & Bruised and Legion Immortal There are links to other great songs in the Audo section of the Jag Panzer website. Check out Black from "The Fourth Judgement" (one of my favorites), The Moors from "The Age Of Mastery" and King At A Price from "Thane to the Throne". By the way, "Thane" is a concept album based on Shakespeare's MacBeth. Tic3
  5. Laments poor Dave (on the Megadeth message board): "Droogies! Some dirtbag has posted the entire record. It is now leaked, and my dream is ending..." Poor Dave. Anyway, it's out there and it is good. Someone on another message board has kindly provided links. If this ain't good, please tell me and I'll remove the link from this post. http://www.metal-rules.com/bb/viewtopic.php?t=4464&start=30 Enjoy! Tic3
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    > That did the trick. Thanks, Method77! Tic3
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    Hi all. Do I need to enable anything or change a setting to enable me to send PM's to multiple users? In the help file, it says to enter a person's name, press enter and then type in the next user's name. I asked another user and he said the same, but when I press enter, it sends the message instead of going to the next line to enter the next address (see attached screen shot) I've even tried entering the names in notepad like this: name1 name2 name3 and then copy and paste into the "to" field, but it only takes one line. Any ideas? Thanks! Tic3
  8. Here's my vid list. When you get back up and running let me know if you need anything. I'll try to post my CD list later. Tic3 Vids.txt
  9. That sucks, man! Damn. Tic3
  10. Tales - Uriah Heep. Tales isn't really an album, it's a song. But it's trippy. Ain't Uriah Heep just a great band? Tic3
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    New Megadeth Song

    Lord_of_the_Dense is absolutely right. Megadeth only compares to Metallica 'cause Dave played guitar for them in the beginning. Megadeth has some really great music. In my opinion, the music can be divided into three or four distict periods. The first couple cd's - Peace Sells (But Who's Buyin'), Killing Is My Business (and Business Is Good), and So Far So Good So What - are raw and angry and from the heart. The next couple cd's - Rust In Peace, Countdown to Extinction, and Youthanasia - are much more technical and melodic. The next couple cd's - Cryptic Writings and Risk - are experimental and lean a bit towards the commercial and modern. On the last couple cd's - Capitol Punishment and The World Needs A Hero - it seems like Dave has kind of given up. With the exception of just a couple songs, the music is pretty bland and uninspired. The new song does lean a bit towards the earlier stuff, so if you liked the song, you might check out Peace Sells or So Far So Good. I think Youthanasia and Rust in Peace are Megadeth's greatest work, and are my favorites. Tic3
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    Hell yes! Montrose rocked! Their debut album was released around 1973 or so and featured Ronnie Montrose on guitar, Sammy Hagar on vocals, Bill Church on bass, and Denny Carmassi on drums. The debut included the songs Rock Candy, Bad Motor Scooter, Make It Last, and several other great songs. Their second album, Paper Money, was released in 1974. It wasn't as well received by fans, but still had some decent songs on it. Ronnie Montrose started out as a session player for several bands, including Van Morrison (on the Tupelo Honey and St. Dominic's Preview albums), Boz Scaggs, and the Edgar Winter Group. He was offered the lead guitar spot for Mott The Hoople in 1973, but chose to start up his own band instead. I think Ronnie is still around playing and releasing albums, but has pretty much faded into obscurity. After the breakup of Montrose, Sammy Hagar went on to form his own band with many line-up changes. He sang for Van Halen for a few years before going back to a solo career. I have both Montrose releases on CD. Tic3
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    New Megadeth Song

    While the final mix has not been decided, Dave Mustaine has announced that the new CD should be available for release sometime in September of this year. To give fans a little taste of what's to come, a song from the new CD is available at Megadeth.com. The song is titled "Kick The Chair"Click the link below, give a listen, and post your comments. http://www.megadeth.com/ktc Enjoy! Tic3
  14. > I know....I was just trying to make conversation and get everyone's opinion on the whole sub-category thing. If you know who likes what, it's easier to make recommendations based on that info. :bigsmile: Tic3
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