Randomly Crap Out Your Opinions Thread

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  • instantdeath999instantdeath999 Washed Up
    edited March 2009
    Out of curiosity (can't listen at this moment), aren't Anal **** one of the most embarrassing death metal bands ever?
  • a21schizoidmana21schizoidman Prog-nosticator
    edited March 2009
    instantdeath999;2171906 said:
    Out of curiosity (can't listen at this moment), aren't Anal **** one of the most embarrassing death metal bands ever?
    grindcore punk
  • instantdeath999instantdeath999 Washed Up
    edited March 2009
    a21schizoidman;2171910 said:
    grindcore punk
    I'm trying to remember if they were the one that I couldn't stand due to racist/sexist lyrics. Really sound like it.

    I would post some of the comments on their youtube, but I would surely be banned. Lots of talk of murder and rape.
  • back_blowsback_blows Washed Up
    edited March 2009
    instantdeath999;2171925 said:
    I'm trying to remember if they were the one that I couldn't stand due to racist/sexist lyrics. Really sound like it.

    I would post some of the comments on their youtube, but I would surely be banned. Lots of talk of murder and rape.
    http://www.darklyrics.com/a.html

    They had a song called "Easy E. Got Aids from Freddy Mercury".
  • RunesmithRunesmith Headliner
    edited March 2009
    back_blows;2171986 said:
    http://www.darklyrics.com/a.html

    They had a song called "Easy E. Got Aids from Freddy Mercury".
    My personal favorite was always "Hitler Was A Sensitive Man".
  • Alright_ComputerAlright_Computer Butt Neck
    edited March 2009
    I personally like "Everyone in Anal **** Is Dumb" the best myself.
  • instantdeath999instantdeath999 Washed Up
    edited March 2009
    Need opinions from Death fans.

    A friend of mine pretty much only listens to grind, metalcore and deathcore, and I'm interested in showing him some older death metal bands, such as Death themselves.

    For a fan of aforementioned genres, would it be best to show something from Scream Bloody Gore, or their more technical albums?
  • LolicatLolicat Road Warrior
    edited March 2009
    instantdeath999;2171925 said:
    I'm trying to remember if they were the one that I couldn't stand due to racist/sexist lyrics. Really sound like it.

    I would post some of the comments on their youtube, but I would surely be banned. Lots of talk of murder and rape.
    You do know they're a joke, right? I mean they have a song making fun of people for living on house boats.
  • ZeleiiZeleii Banned
    edited March 2009
    Lolicat;2172209 said:
    You do know they're a joke, right? I mean they have a song making fun of people for living on house boats.
    Can we be honest... most people don't take the lyrical content of Death Metal seriously... if they did, we might be in trouble
  • MronoCMronoC Road Warrior
    edited March 2009
  • JukeBoxHeroJukeBoxHero Headliner
    edited March 2009
    instantdeath999;2172190 said:
    Need opinions from Death fans.

    A friend of mine pretty much only listens to grind, metalcore and deathcore, and I'm interested in showing him some older death metal bands, such as Death themselves.

    For a fan of aforementioned genres, would it be best to show something from Scream Bloody Gore, or their more technical albums?
    How about Leprosy?
  • RunesmithRunesmith Headliner
    edited March 2009
    I'm not sure if anyone here is interested in taking a look at it, but I just posted a RB3 setlist on the forums. I'd love to receive comments and suggestions from all of the HoF'ers around here.

    http://www.rockband.com/forums/showthread.php?t=131372
  • instantdeath999instantdeath999 Washed Up
    edited March 2009
    Stupid question; but how do you correclty pronounce Kelliher?
  • a21schizoidmana21schizoidman Prog-nosticator
    edited March 2009
    My vinyl collection as of today:
    ABBA – Greatest Hits

    AC/DC – High Voltage, Highway to Hell, Back in Black

    Aerosmith – Toys In the Attic

    Alabama – Feels So Right

    Aliotta Haynes Jeremiah – Slippin’ Away, Aliotta Haynes Music

    Allman Brothers Band – Enlightened Rogues

    America – Hearts

    The Animals – The Animals, On Tour

    Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass – Greatest Hits

    April Wine – The Nature of the Beast, Harder…Faster

    Asia – Asia, Alpha

    The Association – Greatest Hits

    Chet Atkins – Country Pickin’

    Atlanta Rhythm Section – Underdog, Champagne Jam

    Autograph – Sign In Please

    The B-52s – The B-52s

    Bachman-Turner Overdrive – BTO II, Best Of

    Bad Company – Straight Shooter, Desolation Angels

    Joan Baez – Best of

    Bay City Rollers – Bay City Rollers

    The Beach Boys – Today!, In Concert

    The Beatles – First Live Recordings Vol. 1, Something New, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Revolver, Abbey Road, Let It Be, The Beatles Again, Beatles ’65, Yesterday and Today, At the Hollywood Bowl, 1967-1970 (only the second LP), Love Songs, Reel Music

    Jeff Beck – Wired

    Pat Benetar – Crimes of Passion, Wide Awake In Dreamland, In the Heat of the Night, Seven the Hard Way, Get Nervous

    Elvin Bishop – Juke Joint Jump

    Black Oak Arkansas – Black Oak Arkansas

    Blood Sweat & Tears – Blood Sweat & Tears, Greatest Hits

    Tommy Bolin – Teaser, Private Eyes

    Boston – Boston, Don’t Look Back, Third Stage

    David Bowie – Let’s Dance

    Bread – Lost Without Your Love, Best of Bread Vol. II

    Jackson Browne – The Pretender, Running On Empty, Lives In the Balance

    Roy Buchanan – You’re Not Alone

    Paul Butterfield Blues Band – The Resurrection of Pigboy Crabshaw

    Captain & Tennille – Love Will Keep Us Together, Song of Joy

    George Carlin – FM & AM, Class Clowne, Occupation: Foole

    The Carpenters – Carpenters

    Shaun Cassidy – Under Wraps

    Cheap Trick – One on One, Dream Police, At Budokan

    Cheech & Chong – Los Cochinos, Wedding Album

    Cher – Cher

    Chicago – Chicago Transit Authority, II, IV, X, XI, Hot Streets, Greatest Hits, 17

    Joe Cocker – Mad Dogs and Englishmen

    Phil Collins – Face Value, No Jacket Required

    Alice Cooper – Billion Dollar Babies

    Bing Crosby – Treasury – The Songs I Love

    Crosby Stiles & Nash – Crosby Stills & Nash

    Larry Coryell & the Eleventh House – Level One, The Restful Mind, The Lion and the Ram

    Cream – Live Cream

    Jim Croce – I’ve Got A Name, Greatest Hits

    Charlie Daniels Band – Million Mile Reflections, Full Moon

    Donovan – A Gift From A Flower to A Garden, Greatest Hits

    The Doors – The Doors

    Deep Purple – In Rock, Machine Head

    Def Leppard – On Thought the Night, Pyromania

    Neil Diamond – Tap Root Manuscript

    Al Di Meola – Land of the Midnight Sun

    The Doobie Brothers – The Captain and Me

    Dorian – Dorian

    Duran Duran – Arena

    Bob Dylan – Blood On the Tracks

    Eagles – Greatest Hits 1971-1975

    Electric Light Orchestra – II, Greatest Hits

    Emerson Lake & Palmer – Emerson Lake & Palmer, Pictures At An Exhibition, Tarkus, Trilogy, Welcome Back My Friends To the Show That Never Ends – Ladies And Gentlemen, Works Vol. I, Love Beach, The Best Of

    England Dan & John Ford Coley – Nights Are Forever

    Firefall – Firefall, Luna Sea, Elan
    Firesign Theatre – How Can You Be In Two Places At Once When You’re Not Anywhere At All

    The Firm – The Firm

    Fleetwood Mac – Rumours, Mirage

    The Flock – The Flock

    Focus – Moving Waves

    Foreigner – 4, Head Games, Double Vision

    Foghat – Stone Blue

    Peter Frampton – Frampton Comes Alive!

    Aretha Franklin – Live At Fillmore West

    Rory Gallagher – Top Priority, Against the Grain, Take It Easy Baby, Live!

    Mort Garson – Black Mass/Lucifer

    Leif Garrett – Leif Garrett

    Genesis – Live

    Georgia Satellites – Georgia Satellites

    Grand Funk Railroad – Live Album

    The Grass Roots – Their 16 Greatest Hits

    Grateful Dead – Workingman’s Dead, Europe ’72, In the Dark

    Arlo Guthrie – Alice’s Restaurant, The Best Of

    Hall & Oates – Bigger Than the Both of Us

    Heartsfield – Heartsfield

    Huey Lewis & the News – Sports

    Humble Pie – Smokin’

    Iron Butterfly – Heavy, In-a-Gadda-da-Vida, Ball
    Michael Jackson – Thriller

    Jefferson Starship – Red Octopus, Modern Times, Knee Deep In the Hoopla, Earth

    Jethro Tull – This Was, My God!

    J. Geils Band – Freeze-frame

    Billy Joel – Piano Man, The Stranger, An Innocent Man, 52nd Street, Glass Houses, Songs In the Attic

    Elton John – Greatest Hits, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

    Tom Jones – Greatest Hits

    Journey – Escape, Evolution, Infinity, Frontiers, Departure

    Kansas – Kansas, Masque, Leftoverture, Point of Know Return, Monolith, Audio-Visions

    The Kingston Trio – Something Special, The Best of

    KC & the Sunshine Band – Part 3

    KISS – Destroyer

    The Knack – Get the Knack

    Kool & the Gang – Greatest Hits

    David LaFlemme – White Bird

    Led Zeppelin – IV, The Song Remains The Same, In Through The Out Door

    Gordon Lightfoot – Summertime Dream, Back Here On Earth,

    Little River Band – Little River Band, Greatest Hits

    Kenny Loggins – Celebrate Me Home, High Adventure, Alive, Nightwatch

    Loverboy – Get Lucky, Lovin Every Minute of It

    Madonna – Like A Virgin, True Blue, Who’s That Girl, Like A Prayer

    Mahavishnu Orchestra – Apocalypse

    Barry Manilow – Tryin’ To Get the Feeling
    Manfred Mann’s Earth Band – Chance, Angel Station, Nightengales & Bombers

    Chuck Mangione – Feels So Good, Fun and Games

    Marshall Tucker Band – Carolina Dreams, Running Like the Wind, Greatest Hits

    Steve Martin – Let’s Get Small, A Wild and Crazy Guy

    Dave Mason – Certified Live,

    Paul McCartney – RAM

    Don McLean – Don McLean, American Pie

    John Cougar Mellencamp – Uh Huh

    Men At Work – Business As Usual

    Steve Miller Band – Book of Dreams, Fly Like an Eagle, Sailor

    Moby Grape – Moby Grape

    Molly Hatchet – Flirtin’ With Disaster

    Eddie Money – Eddie Money

    The Monkees – The Monkees

    Montrose – Montrose, Paper Money

    The Moody Blues – Days of Future Passed, On the Threshold of A Dream, Every Good Boy Deserves A Favour, Seventh Sojourn, Caught Live + 5, Octave, Long Distance Voyager, The Other Side of Life

    Mott the Hoople – Wildlife, The Hoople

    Mountain – Live

    Rick Nelson – In Concert

    Willie Nelson – Without A Song, Greatest Hits (And Some That Will Be)

    Night Ranger – Midnight Wanderer

    Ted Nugent – State of Shock, Cat Scratch Fever, Free-For-All, Scream Dream

    Oingo Boingo – Promotion

    Mike Oldfield – Tubular Bells

    The Outlaws – The Outlaws, Hurry Sundown, Playin’ to Win

    Ozark Mountain Daredevils – The Car Over the Lake Album

    Robert Palmer – I Didn’t Mean to Turn You On

    Alan Parsons Project – Tales Of Mystery and Imagination, I Robot, Turn of A Friendly Card, Ammonia Avenue, The Best of

    Les Paul – Les Paul Mary Ford, Chester & Lester

    Paul Revere & the Raiders – Featuring Mark Lindsay, Goin’ To Memphis

    Peter, Paul, & Mary – Peter Paul & Mary, In the Wind

    Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers – Damn The Torpedoes

    Pink Floyd – Piper At the Gates of Dawn, Meddle

    Robert Plant – The Principle of Moments

    The Pretenders – Learning to Crawl

    Procol Harum – Greatest Hits, In Concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra

    Richard Pryor – Are You Serious???

    Rare Earth – Get Ready, One World, In Concert, Ma

    Renaissance – Ashes Are Burning, A Song For All Seasons

    REO Speedwagon – You Can Tune A Piano But You Can’t Tuna Fish, Hi InFidelity

    Lionel Richie – Can’t Slow Down

    Kenny Rogers – Greatest Hits

    The Rolling Stones – Love You Live, Undercover

    Roxy Music – Manifesto

    Rush – Moving Pictures, Permanent Waves

    Sea Level – Cats On the Coast

    Seals & Crofts – Diamond Girl, Greatest Hits

    Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band – Nine Tonight

    Simon & Garfunkel – Sounds of Silence, Parsley Sage Rosemary & Thyme, Bridge Over Troubled Water, Greatest Hits

    Sly & the Family Stone – Fresh

    Dusty Springfield – Cameo

    Rick Springfield – Living In Oz, Working Class Dog, Success Hasn’t Spoiled Me Yet

    Bruce Springsteen – Dancing In the Dark

    Billy Squier – Don’t Say No

    Steam – Steam

    Steely Dan – Aja

    Steppenwolf – 7, The Second, Live

    Cat Stevens – Greatest Hits

    The Strawberry Alarm Clock – Incense And Peppermints

    Styx – Styx II, Paradise Theater, Pieces Of Eight, Crystal Ball, Equinox, Cornerstone, The Grand Illusion, Kilroy Was Here

    Andy Summers & Robert Fripp – I Advance Masked

    Supertramp – Crime of the Century, Breakfast In America

    Sweet Comfort Band – Breakin’ The Ice

    Ten Years After – Sssh

    Billy Thorpe – Children of the Sun

    Three Dog Night – Harmony, It Ain’t Easy, Their Greatest Hits

    .38 Special – Flashback

    The Time – Ice Cream Castle

    Tommy James & the Shondells – Crimson & Clover

    Traffic – Mr. Fantasy, John Barelycorn Must Die

    Pat Travers Band – Crash and Burn

    Triumvirat – Spartacus

    Robin Trower – In City Dreams

    Twisted Sister – Stay Hungry

    UFO – No Place To Run, The Wild The Willing and The Innocent

    Uriah Heep – Uriah Heep, Sweet Freedom, The Magician’s Birthday, Salisbury, Live, The Best of

    Utopia – Another Live

    Vangelis – Chariots of Fire

    Van Halen – II, Fair Warning, 5150

    Vanilla Fudge – Vanilla Fudge, Renaissance

    The Ventures – Ventures

    Village People – Go West

    Rick Wakeman – Six Wives of Henry VIII, Journey to the Centre of the Earth

    Joe Walsh – The Smoker You Drink The Player You Get, So What, You Can’t Argue With A Sick Mind

    Bob Welch – French Kiss

    Barry White – Stone Gon’

    Roger Whittaker – Greatest Hits

    The Who – Meaty Beaty Big & Bouncy, By Numbers, Odds & Sods

    Edgar Winter Group – They Only Come Out At Night

    Yes – Close To the Edge, Big Generator

    Neil Young – After the Gold Rush

    Frank Zappa – Sheik Yerbouti, Over-nite Sensation

    Zebra – Zebra

    The Zombies – Odessey and Oracle

    ZZ Top – Eliminator

    Star Wars Soundtrack

    Shaft Soundtrack

    Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band Soundtrack

    Crossroads – Ry Cooder Soundtrack

    Saturyday Night Fever Soundtrack

    Patton Soundtrack

    The Graduate Soundtrack

    Grease Soundtrack

    Footloose Soundtrack

    Close Encounters of A Third Kind & Star Wars Soundtrack

    Dirty Dancing Soundtrack

    Rollerball Soundtrack

    2001: A Space Odyssey Soundtrack

    Jesus Christ Superstar Soundtrack

    Super Stars Super Hits No. 2

    N.U.R.O.C.K.

    Believe In Music

    Original Stars Original Hits

    Hooked On Classics

    21 Sounds For the Sun Set

    Hot Tracks

    Get It Together

    Power Play

    20 Monster Hits

    Super Oldies The 60s Vol. 7

    Let It Be – Enloch Light And the Light Brigade

    Beethoven Symphony No. 9

    Gustav Holst’s The Planets

    Songs Our Alma Matter Taught Us

    Orson Welles – War of the Worlds

    Moussorgsky’s Pictures At an Exhibition

    A Rockin Christmas


    45s
    5th Dimension – Aquarius/Don’tcha Hear Me Callin’ To Ya
    ABBA – Honey, Honey/Dance (While the Music Still Goes On)
    Aerosmith – Walk This Way/Uncle Salty
    April Wine – You Could Have Been A Lady/Teacher
    Bad English – When I See You Smile/Rockin’ Horse
    Bay City Rollers – Saturday Night/Marlina
    Beach Boys – California Girls/Let Him Run Wild
    Pat Benetar – Hit Me With Your Best Shot/Prisoner Of Love
    Blondie – Heart of Glass/3:20
    Bon Jovi – You Give Love A Bad Name/Raise Your Hands
    The Box Tops – Cry Like A Baby/Soul Deep
    Peter Brown – For Your Love/Dance With Me
    The Bubble Puppy – Hot Smoke & Sasafrass/Lonely
    Buckner & Garcia – Pac-Man Fever/Instrumental Version
    Captain & Tennille – Muskrat Love/Honey Come Love Me
    Captain & Tennille – Shop Around/Butterscotch Castle
    Shaun Cassidy – I Wanna Be With You/That’s Rock n’ Roll
    Shaun Cassidy – Da Doo Ron Ron/Holiday
    Christopher Cross – Sailing/Ride Like the Wind
    Cheap Trick – Who D’ King/Stop This Game
    Cheech & Chong – Wink Dinkerson/Sister Mary Elephant
    Chicago – 25 or 6 to 4/Where Do We Go From Here
    Crosby, Stills, & Nash – Marrakesh Express/Helplessly Hoping
    CW McCall – Convoy/Long Lonesome Road
    Def Leppard – Photograph/Action! Not Words
    Devo – Whip It/Turn Around
    Dusty Springfield – Son of A Preacher Man/Just A Little Lovin’
    Carl Douglas – Kung Fu Fighting/Blue Eyed Soul
    Sheena Easton – Almost Over You/I Don’t Need Your Word
    Emerson Lake & Palmer – Lucky Man/Knife-Edge
    Foreigner – Hot Blooded/Tramontane
    Marvin Gaye – Walk On the Wild Side/Baby Don’t You Do It
    Clint Holmes – Playground In My Mind/There’s No Future In My Future
    Donnie Iris – Ah Leah!/Joking
    Joan Jett & the Blackhearts – I Love Rock ‘n Roll/You Don’t Know What You Got
    Billy Joel – Big Shot/Root Beer Rag
    Billy Joel – Only the Good Die Young/Get It Right the First Time
    Elton John & Kiki Dee – Don’t Go Breaking My Heart/Snow Queen
    KC & the Sunshine Band – Wrap Your Arms Around Me/I’m Your Boodie Man
    KISS – Beth/Detroit Rock City
    Kool & the Gang – Rollin’/Misled
    Barry Manilow – Looks Like We Made It/New York City Rhythm
    Paul McCartney – Ebony & Ivory/Rainclouds
    Scott McKenzie – San Francisco/Like An Old Time Movie
    Meco – Star Wars Theme/Funk
    Steve Miller Band – Abracadabra/Baby Wanna Dance
    Moody Blues – I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock And Roll Band)/For My Lady
    Randy Newman – Short People/Old Man On the Farm
    Pratt & McClain – Happy Days/Cruisin’ With the Fonz
    Gary Numan – Cars/Metal
    The Osmonds – Down By the LazyRiver/He’s the Light of the World
    Paper Lace – The Night Chicago Died/Can You Get When You Want It
    Queen – Another One Bites the Dust/Don’t Try Suicide
    Queen w/ David Bowie – Under Pressure/Soul Brother
    REO Speedwagon – Keep On Loving You/Follow My Heart
    Cliff Richard – Carrie/Language of Love
    John Sebastian – Welcome Back/Warm Baby
    Boz Scaggs – We’re All Alone/Lido Shuffle
    Simon & Garfunkel – The Only Living Boy In New York/Cecilia
    David Soul – Don’t Give Up On Us/Black Bean Soup
    Spencer Davis Group – Gimme Some Lovin’/Blues In F
    Amii Stewart – Knock On Wood/When You Are Beautiful
    Rod Stewart – Da Ya Think I’m Sexy?/Scarred and Scared
    Ray Stevens – The Streak/You’ve Got the Music Inside
    Styx – Renegade/Sing For the Day
    Styx – Babe/I’m O.K.
    The Sylvers – Lovin’ You is Like Lovin’ the Wind/High School Dance
    The Sylvers – That’s What Love Is Made Of/Hot Line
    Wings – Silly Love Songs/Cook of the House
    WNB-Ays – WNBA on ESPN
    MAD Disco
  • instantdeath999instantdeath999 Washed Up
    edited March 2009
  • a21schizoidmana21schizoidman Prog-nosticator
    edited March 2009
    instantdeath999;2173662 said:
    I wish I was you.
    honestly, if you knew how ****ed up my life was, you'd never think that
  • supernova1324supernova1324 Headliner
    edited March 2009
    Runesmith;2173406 said:
    I'm not sure if anyone here is interested in taking a look at it, but I just posted a RB3 setlist on the forums. I'd love to receive comments and suggestions from all of the HoF'ers around here.

    http://www.rockband.com/forums/showthread.php?t=131372
    Good list, but I would change a few of the songs from certain bands:

    Michael Jackson-Black and White
    SOAD-Nuguns

    And I would replace the Linkin park song with a foo fighter's song

    Foo fighters-Long Road to Ruin
  • TheCrimsonSaintTheCrimsonSaint Headliner
    edited March 2009
    Opinion:

    I wish that music game drums didn't all suck a cock.
  • supernova1324supernova1324 Headliner
    edited March 2009
    TheCrimsonSaint;2174934 said:
    Opinion:

    I wish that music game drums didn't all suck a cock.
    Just get the 2 year warranty and some silencers to protect the pads.
  • TheCrimsonSaintTheCrimsonSaint Headliner
    edited March 2009
    supernova1324;2174940 said:
    Just get the 2 year warranty and some silencers to protect the pads.
    2 year warranty?
  • afterstasisafterstasis Washed Up
    edited March 2009
    TheCrimsonSaint;2174934 said:
    Opinion:

    I wish that music game drums didn't all suck a cock.
    i've never had any problems with my RB1 or RB2 drums...

    i got the official silencers for my RB2 set a few months ago and since then i've found myself using them to record quick midi tracks instead of hooking up my real electronic drums on several occasions. :)
  • TheCrimsonSaintTheCrimsonSaint Headliner
    edited March 2009
    afterstasis;2174960 said:
    i've never had any problems with my RB1 or RB2 drums...

    i got the official silencers for my RB2 set a few months ago and since then i've found myself using them to record quick midi tracks instead of hooking up my real electronic drums on several occasions. :)
    You're so ****ing lucky. At this point I'm almost thinking of trying the God damned World Tour drums, just so I can't say I didn't give them a chance. Five RB1 sets, 4 RB1 pedals, four RB2 sets, and 3 RB2 pedals. I'm tired of poorly made bull****, and I don't have the cash to get the Goodwoods or any third-party pedals.
  • supernova1324supernova1324 Headliner
    edited March 2009
    TheCrimsonSaint;2174952 said:
    2 year warranty?
    Best Buy offers it.
  • supernova1324supernova1324 Headliner
    edited March 2009
    TheCrimsonSaint;2175000 said:
    You're so ****ing lucky. At this point I'm almost thinking of trying the God damned World Tour drums, just so I can't say I didn't give them a chance. Five RB1 sets, 4 RB1 pedals, four RB2 sets, and 3 RB2 pedals. I'm tired of poorly made bull****, and I don't have the cash to get the Goodwoods or any third-party pedals.
    It sounds like you have a case of i-slam-on-my-drums-itis.
  • TheCrimsonSaintTheCrimsonSaint Headliner
    edited March 2009
    supernova1324;2175007 said:
    It sounds like you have a case of i-slam-on-my-drums-itis.
    You're implying that I'm ******ed for not fixing that after the second set. I even wrapped my sticks in foam tape.
  • UltimatumUltimatum Washed Up
    edited March 2009
    How do you hit them? No matter how hard you hit them, if you're hitting them a certain way, they will still break easily.
  • BenSpeirsBenSpeirs Unsigned
    edited March 2009
    TheCrimsonSaint;2175000 said:
    You're so ****ing lucky. At this point I'm almost thinking of trying the God damned World Tour drums, just so I can't say I didn't give them a chance. Five RB1 sets, 4 RB1 pedals, four RB2 sets, and 3 RB2 pedals. I'm tired of poorly made bull****, and I don't have the cash to get the Goodwoods or any third-party pedals.
    I've had my original RB1 kit since release, and still have the same pedals and stuff. All that's changed is that I have the silencers. Maybe it's not the drums problem, maybe it's how you play?

    Oh, and World Tour is (allegedly) worse, but I've had no experience there.
  • TheCrimsonSaintTheCrimsonSaint Headliner
    edited March 2009
    Ultimatum;2175030 said:
    How do you hit them? No matter how hard you hit them, if you're hitting them a certain way, they will still break easily.
    I'm not sure I understand the question, but I wasn't driving through my biceps. I'm using my wrists. My last two RB2 sets simply stopped working with no signs of pad damage.
  • TheCrimsonSaintTheCrimsonSaint Headliner
    edited March 2009
    BenSpeirs;2175037 said:
    I've had my original RB1 kit since release, and still have the same pedals and stuff. All that's changed is that I have the silencers. Maybe it's not the drums problem, maybe it's how you play?

    Oh, and World Tour is (allegedly) worse, but I've had no experience there.
    From what I hear the World Tour set is cool once you fix the calibration. All I want is a ****ing set that doesn't break after two weeks.
  • UltimatumUltimatum Washed Up
    edited March 2009
    TheCrimsonSaint;2175044 said:
    I'm not sure I understand the question, but I wasn't driving through my biceps. I'm using my wrists. My last two RB2 sets simply stopped working with no signs of pad damage.
    Do you let the stick bounce off the pad? I hit incredibly hard, but my stuff lasts for a long time because I rebound. The only reason my set is broken right now is I had a bubble and did nothing about it and couldn't fix it.
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