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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 3/3/2012 9:58:11 AM   
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I saw Rammstein Thursday night for the second time... as always they were excellent and the show production values were spot on, however it was just such a shame that the majority of the second half of the show was a repeat of their last UK tour However, we did get the drummer dressed in drag whipping the guys and then Til f**king the keyboardist up the ass with a strap on and then shooting white stuff all of the audience from it. Oh and the giant cock shooting foam was back too! LOL!

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 3/3/2012 10:44:15 AM   
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I saw Rammstein Thursday night for the second time... as always they were excellent and the show production values were spot on, however it was just such a shame that the majority of the second half of the show was a repeat of their last UK tour However, we did get the drummer dressed in drag whipping the guys and then Til f**king the keyboardist up the ass with a strap on and then shooting white stuff all of the audience from it. Oh and the giant cock shooting foam was back too! LOL!


And people say Germans don't have a sense of humour.

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 23/3/2012 4:27:25 AM   
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Anyone here heard Alcest, French (former) black metal group, been around for a while? Anyway's just recently started listening to their new album, fucking stunning I have to say.



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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 23/3/2012 5:22:41 PM   
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Does melodic hardcore count?...


Yes! Metal is like Jordan's fanny - anything goes.


Okay cool! (I think)

So any other Defeater, Touche Amore fans?


Defeater are my favourite hardcore of the last few years. The song "Quiet The Longing" on their latest album always gives me goosebumps. TA, not a fan.

I see there are a few Mastodon fans on here (The Hunter is amazing), so you should check out a band called Keelhaul. More instrumental but bloody ace.

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 24/3/2012 1:07:06 PM   
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Keelhaul were great

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 10/4/2012 1:14:55 PM   
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Pig Destroyer confirmed for Damnation Festival this year. I'm very excited. The venue is a 1 bus journey or 20 minute walk from my house. Fantastic.

Also, Weekend Nachos are touring sometime shortly with The Afternoon Gentlemen. Both bands are bloody excellent.

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 10/4/2012 6:03:40 PM   
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Weekend Nachos are fucking excellent.

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 13/4/2012 8:51:11 AM   
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Now I don't want to pigeonhole here, but what I'm talking about would probably be called 'metalcore' in the current climate. I'll give some bands as an example:

3 Inches Of Blood, Alexisonfire, All That Remains, As I Lay Dying, Atreyu, Avenged Sevenfold, Beloved, The Bled, Boy Sets Fire, Bullet For My Valentine, Chevelle, Dead Poetic, Deftones, Djevara, The Esoteric, Every Time I Die, Fightstar, Finch, From First To Last, Funeral For A Friend, Hawthorne Heights, Hell Is For Heroes, Hopesfall, In Flames, Mastodon, Mendeed, Norma Jean, Poison The Well, Reuben, Rise Against, Saosin, Silverstein, Slipknot, Thrice, Tool, Trivium, Underoath, The Used, Zao.

I'm aware that there are some that fall into the 'hardcore' bracket, and Slipknot and Deftones are technically nu metal, but it's all just there as an example.

Any takers? Any suggestions to broaden and improve my already long musical horizons in this respect?






When I was young in the 1990's (Oh how I wish it was still the 1990's!) folks just liked heavy music, sure, there was a couple of sub genres knocking about (hardcore, punk, grunge) but by and large we ignored this pigeonholing & just enjoyed good albums and rocking gigs. By that token, yes I am (into metal) and have seen pretty much everyone worth seeing.I consider Children of Bodom to be the best metal band alive in the world today. I miss SYL & the best gig I was ever at was Anthrax, January 96 in the Glasgow Garage (downgraded from the Barrowlands due to lack of ticket sales, the Garage was heaving tho) would have been on the Stomp 442 tour. A massively under rated album. Donnington of the same year was also pretty special. I still wish it was still the 90's.

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 17/4/2012 12:20:29 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Lucky Day
When I was young in the 1990's (Oh how I wish it was still the 1990's!) folks just liked heavy music, sure, there was a couple of sub genres knocking about (hardcore, punk, grunge) but by and large we ignored this pigeonholing & just enjoyed good albums and rocking gigs. By that token, yes I am (into metal) and have seen pretty much everyone worth seeing.I consider Children of Bodom to be the best metal band alive in the world today. I miss SYL & the best gig I was ever at was Anthrax, January 96 in the Glasgow Garage (downgraded from the Barrowlands due to lack of ticket sales, the Garage was heaving tho) would have been on the Stomp 442 tour. A massively under rated album. Donnington of the same year was also pretty special. I still wish it was still the 90's.


Don't worry, it still is as far as I'm concerned.

Anyway, just heard the smashing and unexpected news that there'll be a new Deftones album out in september/october.

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 17/4/2012 12:23:31 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Lucky Day

When I was young in the 1990's (Oh how I wish it was still the 1990's!)



Pah, the 80's wiped the floor with the 90's!



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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 17/4/2012 12:40:42 PM   
horribleives

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: NinjaShortbread212

quote:

ORIGINAL: Lucky Day

When I was young in the 1990's (Oh how I wish it was still the 1990's!)



Pah, the 80's wiped the floor with the 90's!




Musically they were both great but I wouldn't want it to still be the '80s as I wouldn't be able to get served in pubs or have sex with women and stuff.


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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 17/4/2012 12:42:21 PM   
NinjaShortbread212


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quote:

ORIGINAL: horribleives

quote:

ORIGINAL: NinjaShortbread212

quote:

ORIGINAL: Lucky Day

When I was young in the 1990's (Oh how I wish it was still the 1990's!)



Pah, the 80's wiped the floor with the 90's!




Musically they were both great but I wouldn't want it to still be the '80s as I wouldn't be able to get served in pubs or have sex with women and stuff.



Hee, hee... good point!


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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 17/4/2012 1:05:14 PM   
Lucky Day


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quote:

ORIGINAL: horribleives


quote:

ORIGINAL: Lucky Day
When I was young in the 1990's (Oh how I wish it was still the 1990's!) folks just liked heavy music, sure, there was a couple of sub genres knocking about (hardcore, punk, grunge) but by and large we ignored this pigeonholing & just enjoyed good albums and rocking gigs. By that token, yes I am (into metal) and have seen pretty much everyone worth seeing.I consider Children of Bodom to be the best metal band alive in the world today. I miss SYL & the best gig I was ever at was Anthrax, January 96 in the Glasgow Garage (downgraded from the Barrowlands due to lack of ticket sales, the Garage was heaving tho) would have been on the Stomp 442 tour. A massively under rated album. Donnington of the same year was also pretty special. I still wish it was still the 90's.


Don't worry, it still is as far as I'm concerned.

Anyway, just heard the smashing and unexpected news that there'll be a new Deftones album out in september/october.



New Deftones? Excellent. A consistently brilliant band. Back in the day people were distracted by the average at best Korn and the simply woeful Limp Bizkit but the Deftones always had a little more class.


quote:

Pah, the 80's wiped the floor with the 90's!




Nae danger power ranger! The 80's is clearly second in the decades chart. Top 3 goes thus ....... 1)1990's 2)1980's 3)1960's.

Nothing bad happened in the 90's. It was all good.

Spice Girls, Pauly Shore, New Labour, Jobs, Prosperity, Oasis, Blur, T in the Park with no idiots, Rage Against the Machine, The Word, Clueless, Ibiza with no idiots, Ford Cosworth, Wimpy, Lots of record shops, Minidiscs, Adidas, The Wildhearts, Posters, Green Day in the Glasgow Barrowlands for 4.50 (!!!), Kerrang, Beavis & Butthead, MTV, Headbangers Ball, Noisy Mothers (!), Guns N Roses, Alice in Chains MTV Unplugged, Nirvana MTV Unplugged, Neil Young MTV Unplugged, Pearl Jam MTV Unplugged, Bootleg CD's, Tim Burton, WWF, WCW, Leeds United, Friends, Joe Satriani, Ibanez, N Sync, Trance, Sepultura, Fear Factory, Virgin Cola, TMNT, Eurotrash (!) The streets were paved with gold and it never rained.

I could go on, but you get the point.


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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 17/4/2012 1:39:31 PM   
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The best thing about the '90s was Newcastle almost winning the league twice.
And the worst thing about the '90s was Newcastle almost winning the league twice.

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 17/4/2012 3:51:45 PM   
Lucky Day


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ORIGINAL: horribleives

The best thing about the '90s was Newcastle almost winning the league twice.
And the worst thing about the '90s was Newcastle almost winning the league twice.



Coincidentally, this will also be the best and worst things of this decade.

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 17/4/2012 5:43:55 PM   
horribleives

 

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ORIGINAL: Lucky Day


quote:

ORIGINAL: horribleives

The best thing about the '90s was Newcastle almost winning the league twice.
And the worst thing about the '90s was Newcastle almost winning the league twice.



Coincidentally, this will also be the best and worst things of this decade.


If so I reckon I'll handle it a lot better now than when I was 19. Rather than crying, smashing things and lying in bed fretting about it I think I'll just hang myself.

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 18/4/2012 1:51:05 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Lucky Day

quote:

ORIGINAL: NinjaShortbread212

Pah, the 80's wiped the floor with the 90's!



Nae danger power ranger! The 80's is clearly second in the decades chart. Top 3 goes thus ....... 1)1990's 2)1980's 3)1960's.

Nothing bad happened in the 90's. It was all good.

Spice Girls, Pauly Shore, New Labour, Jobs, Prosperity, Oasis, Blur, T in the Park with no idiots, Rage Against the Machine, The Word, Clueless, Ibiza with no idiots, Ford Cosworth, Wimpy, Lots of record shops, Minidiscs, Adidas, The Wildhearts, Posters, Green Day in the Glasgow Barrowlands for 4.50 (!!!), Kerrang, Beavis & Butthead, MTV, Headbangers Ball, Noisy Mothers (!), Guns N Roses, Alice in Chains MTV Unplugged, Nirvana MTV Unplugged, Neil Young MTV Unplugged, Pearl Jam MTV Unplugged, Bootleg CD's, Tim Burton, WWF, WCW, Leeds United, Friends, Joe Satriani, Ibanez, N Sync, Trance, Sepultura, Fear Factory, Virgin Cola, TMNT, Eurotrash (!) The streets were paved with gold and it never rained.

I could go on, but you get the point.



I was only messin' with ya. Both decades do indeed rock! Your very eclectic list did indeed raise a smile however.

< Message edited by NinjaShortbread212 -- 18/4/2012 5:11:16 PM >


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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 18/4/2012 4:34:54 PM   
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Although some of my most loved albums appeared in the 90s, it has to be said that:

Ride The Lightning
Peace Sells
Among The Living
Hell Awaits
Scum
Symphonies Of Sickness
Severed Survival
Scream Bloody Gore
Slowly We Rot

all prove that, when it comes to metal, you can't beat the 80s

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 18/4/2012 8:36:20 PM   
Lucky Day


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quote:

ORIGINAL: NinjaShortbread212

quote:

ORIGINAL: Lucky Day

quote:

ORIGINAL: NinjaShortbread212

Pah, the 80's wiped the floor with the 90's!



Nae danger power ranger! The 80's is clearly second in the decades chart. Top 3 goes thus ....... 1)1990's 2)1980's 3)1960's.

Nothing bad happened in the 90's. It was all good.

Spice Girls, Pauly Shore, New Labour, Jobs, Prosperity, Oasis, Blur, T in the Park with no idiots, Rage Against the Machine, The Word, Clueless, Ibiza with no idiots, Ford Cosworth, Wimpy, Lots of record shops, Minidiscs, Adidas, The Wildhearts, Posters, Green Day in the Glasgow Barrowlands for 4.50 (!!!), Kerrang, Beavis & Butthead, MTV, Headbangers Ball, Noisy Mothers (!), Guns N Roses, Alice in Chains MTV Unplugged, Nirvana MTV Unplugged, Neil Young MTV Unplugged, Pearl Jam MTV Unplugged, Bootleg CD's, Tim Burton, WWF, WCW, Leeds United, Friends, Joe Satriani, Ibanez, N Sync, Trance, Sepultura, Fear Factory, Virgin Cola, TMNT, Eurotrash (!) The streets were paved with gold and it never rained.

I could go on, but you get the point.



I was only messin' with ya. Both decades do indeed rock! Your very eclectic list did indeed raise a smile however.




Ha ha, I was only messing also. The 80's was equally quality. Best thing on that list is Noisy Mothers, do you remember that shit? It was AMAZING!!

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 19/4/2012 1:23:50 AM   
NinjaShortbread212


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Lucky Day

quote:

ORIGINAL: NinjaShortbread212

quote:

ORIGINAL: Lucky Day

quote:

ORIGINAL: NinjaShortbread212

Pah, the 80's wiped the floor with the 90's!



Nae danger power ranger! The 80's is clearly second in the decades chart. Top 3 goes thus ....... 1)1990's 2)1980's 3)1960's.

Nothing bad happened in the 90's. It was all good.

Spice Girls, Pauly Shore, New Labour, Jobs, Prosperity, Oasis, Blur, T in the Park with no idiots, Rage Against the Machine, The Word, Clueless, Ibiza with no idiots, Ford Cosworth, Wimpy, Lots of record shops, Minidiscs, Adidas, The Wildhearts, Posters, Green Day in the Glasgow Barrowlands for 4.50 (!!!), Kerrang, Beavis & Butthead, MTV, Headbangers Ball, Noisy Mothers (!), Guns N Roses, Alice in Chains MTV Unplugged, Nirvana MTV Unplugged, Neil Young MTV Unplugged, Pearl Jam MTV Unplugged, Bootleg CD's, Tim Burton, WWF, WCW, Leeds United, Friends, Joe Satriani, Ibanez, N Sync, Trance, Sepultura, Fear Factory, Virgin Cola, TMNT, Eurotrash (!) The streets were paved with gold and it never rained.

I could go on, but you get the point.



I was only messin' with ya. Both decades do indeed rock! Your very eclectic list did indeed raise a smile however.




Ha ha, I was only messing also. The 80's was equally quality. Best thing on that list is Noisy Mothers, do you remember that shit? It was AMAZING!!



At a twist possibly... I'll maybe give them a wee check out on YouTube for nostalgia's sake though, just to refresh my memory you understand.


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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 19/4/2012 11:10:33 PM   
Lucky Day


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quote:

ORIGINAL: NinjaShortbread212

quote:

ORIGINAL: Lucky Day

quote:

ORIGINAL: NinjaShortbread212

quote:

ORIGINAL: Lucky Day

quote:

ORIGINAL: NinjaShortbread212

Pah, the 80's wiped the floor with the 90's!



Nae danger power ranger! The 80's is clearly second in the decades chart. Top 3 goes thus ....... 1)1990's 2)1980's 3)1960's.

Nothing bad happened in the 90's. It was all good.

Spice Girls, Pauly Shore, New Labour, Jobs, Prosperity, Oasis, Blur, T in the Park with no idiots, Rage Against the Machine, The Word, Clueless, Ibiza with no idiots, Ford Cosworth, Wimpy, Lots of record shops, Minidiscs, Adidas, The Wildhearts, Posters, Green Day in the Glasgow Barrowlands for 4.50 (!!!), Kerrang, Beavis & Butthead, MTV, Headbangers Ball, Noisy Mothers (!), Guns N Roses, Alice in Chains MTV Unplugged, Nirvana MTV Unplugged, Neil Young MTV Unplugged, Pearl Jam MTV Unplugged, Bootleg CD's, Tim Burton, WWF, WCW, Leeds United, Friends, Joe Satriani, Ibanez, N Sync, Trance, Sepultura, Fear Factory, Virgin Cola, TMNT, Eurotrash (!) The streets were paved with gold and it never rained.

I could go on, but you get the point.



I was only messin' with ya. Both decades do indeed rock! Your very eclectic list did indeed raise a smile however.




Ha ha, I was only messing also. The 80's was equally quality. Best thing on that list is Noisy Mothers, do you remember that shit? It was AMAZING!!



At a twist possibly... I'll maybe give them a wee check out on YouTube for nostalgia's sake though, just to refresh my memory you understand.




There is dissapointingly little Noisy Mothers on Youtube. This here tho ............. I was in the background and saw this shit unfold with my own eyes

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezCHqxiPWcE

Them was the days

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 20/4/2012 2:12:07 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Lucky Day

There is dissapointingly little Noisy Mothers on Youtube. This here tho ............. I was in the background and saw this shit unfold with my own eyes

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezCHqxiPWcE

Them was the days



Ah, cheers Lucky! Mandatory huh? Class! I enjoyed participating in a mini windmill there.


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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 22/4/2012 8:47:19 PM   
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ha ha. I think I have loads of them on video cassette in my mums loft. Loads of Headbangers ball too. I don't have a video cassette playing machine tho. Grrrrrrrr

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 23/4/2012 1:30:22 AM   
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Cassettes... I remember those! I'm still getting over the death of my walkman.

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 23/4/2012 7:51:19 PM   
Lucky Day


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Cassettes... I remember those! I'm still getting over the death of my walkman.



I loved my walkman. I had a Sony one cos I'm dead posh, It's ok if you had an Alba one or something tho. I won't think any less of you

I work in a shop that still sells cassettes. People still buy them too sometimes!

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 23/4/2012 8:09:08 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Lucky Day

quote:

ORIGINAL: NinjaShortbread212

Cassettes... I remember those! I'm still getting over the death of my walkman.


I loved my walkman. I had a Sony one cos I'm dead posh, It's ok if you had an Alba one or something tho. I won't think any less of you



I had an Alba one, I think everyone had an Alba one at somepoint. I upgraded to Sony in the mid 90's.

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 23/4/2012 8:43:28 PM   
Lucky Day


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Spaldron


quote:

ORIGINAL: Lucky Day

quote:

ORIGINAL: NinjaShortbread212

Cassettes... I remember those! I'm still getting over the death of my walkman.


I loved my walkman. I had a Sony one cos I'm dead posh, It's ok if you had an Alba one or something tho. I won't think any less of you



I had an Alba one, I think everyone had an Alba one at somepoint. I upgraded to Sony in the mid 90's.




I can't remember if my first one was an Alba, might have been a Bush. It kind of looked like this.....



But I'm pretty sure it wasn't a Sanyo.

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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 24/4/2012 2:38:22 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Lucky Day

quote:

ORIGINAL: Spaldron

quote:

ORIGINAL: Lucky Day

quote:

ORIGINAL: NinjaShortbread212

Cassettes... I remember those! I'm still getting over the death of my walkman.


I loved my walkman. I had a Sony one cos I'm dead posh, It's ok if you had an Alba one or something tho. I won't think any less of you



I had an Alba one, I think everyone had an Alba one at somepoint. I upgraded to Sony in the mid 90's.





I can't remember if my first one was an Alba, might have been a Bush. It kind of looked like this.....



But I'm pretty sure it wasn't a Sanyo.



God, that brings back the memories! I think too had an Alba one. I would still totally rock a walkman these days, given half the chance! I find them endlessly cool.


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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 24/4/2012 9:21:59 PM   
Lucky Day


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God, that brings back the memories! I think too had an Alba one. I would still totally rock a walkman these days, given half the chance! I find them endlessly cool.



Given half the chance? Check this shiznit right here. I'm making one ......................................











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RE: Anyone into metal here? - 25/4/2012 1:26:45 AM   
Spaldron


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ORIGINAL: Lucky Day









Those are the shizz!

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