master2uall;3200439 said:Well, I give up, not going to post in this forum anymore at all, my thread is gone and givin to someone else, I don't see any big hair ever coming so, I will just stay in the beatles and regular rock band forums.Take care ultimate setlist!
HMXHenry;3200809 said:Just wanted to poke my head in and let you guys know that I included a link to this new thread (yes, and to Master2uall's poll, though I don't understand why ownership of a poll should matter) in the Pulse that I posted to the internal HMX newsgroups today. I used it as an example of the more positive tone and generally passionate attitude on the forums lately. Rockox, that was an awesome idea for trivia. I love ID'ing stuff like samples from movies, quotes from other sources, etc. To my shame I could only identify the Twisted Sister quote. Keep up the great discussion guys, and I'll keep passing it along.
Jdurgit;3201238 said:Gives virtual man-hug and kiss. Then backs away slowly hoping nobody saw it..............
Then a funny thing happened on the way to album number three. As the band got ready for a brief West Coast jaunt, the boys kept hearing some fishy stuff about another young, good looking frontman by the name of Brett Michaels. The big hoopla around town was that the young upstart was said to have stolen singer Steve Whiteman's stage act. Rumor became fact and here is why: prior to Poison relocating to Los Angeles, the band had often come out to see Kix perform live. Now local heroes in their own right, it was clear that Michaels had more than borrowed a few stage moves from the charismatic Kix singer. Sadly, when Kix got the opportunity to open for Poison at L.A.'s Country Club, their worse fears materialized as they stood in stunned silence watching a younger, better looking, musically challenged Poison from the side of the stage. The band had not only stolen Whiteman's stage moves, they'd just about stolen their entire stage act from underneath them.
Tom Imp;3201467 said:Good riddance considering you were the main offender that caused the other thread to get closed. And for the record, it wasn't YOUR thread or YOUR poll. It belonged to the community. Just because you quoted an HMX employee 1 1/2 years ago doesn't make you special or give you ownership of a thread. Anyone of us could have done that, so get off your high horse and just go away. We don't need you screwing this thread up like you did the other one.
Rockox;3200213 said:7. "That's dogmeat. What've you guys been doing for the last two, three hundred years?" Kick Axe - On the Road to Rock (LORDJUJU) 0:38http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FdEQa1Q983I
TruthBringer;3201542 said:guys, I gotta say im excited about lego. Cant wait to play Final Countdown! LOts of great songs in that game. What track are you most looking forward to outside the hair metal? Mines gotta be Summer of 69 by Bryan Adams.
SmashMan;3201578 said:Anyone else not buying LEGO RB for a while? I still want to get Uncharted 2, Tekken 6 and NBA Live 10 first. I might change up my "most wanted game" list, but Uncharted 2 is pretty much sitting pretty at the top right now.
Mikey35;3201550 said:Dude you have no idea!!! Well maybe you do!! Tuesday is gonna be so awesome, IM having a hard time wondering if it will be the Final Countdown or Summer Of 69. Outside hairmetal its def. Summer of 69. IM from BC Canada Bryan Adams home and we love him here!!On a totally off side note, The new "V" series starts Tuesday night on ABC!!!:D
Onslaught_fei;3201791 said:Just wanted to thank benson for his compliations. I used this thread a lot while researching for my final dlc pack (80s metal) for my Metal Band setlist.
Mikey35;3201550 said:On a totally off side note, The new "V" series starts Tuesday night on ABC!!!:D
HMXHenry;3200809 said:Rockox, that was an awesome idea for trivia. I love ID'ing stuff like samples from movies, quotes from other sources, etc. To my shame I could only identify the Twisted Sister quote.
Tom Imp;3201528 said:I honestly have to say that I never even heard of this band before.