Lolicat;2233495 said:I don't play the game, but I don't liek AiC either, can we be half-friends?
afterstasis;2233557 said:only if you can make it south carolina and get drunk enough to sing the roy orbison songs with me.i was okay with a few AiC songs when i was younger (rooster's the only one i really remember), but despite my love for nirvana and a lot of the lesser known grunge bands could never get into these guys or STP or more than a handful of PJ's songs.
MronoC;2233080 said:No love for the Jackson 5?
Runesmith;2233739 said:I'm inviting the flames to cook by saying this, but I am most excited for Miss Murder and What's My Age Again.
Ultimatum;2234053 said:Stained Class is probably my favorite Judas Priest album now.
Lolicat;2234453 said:It was nice knowing you...
Ultimatum;2234576 said:I have, apparently.
Alright_Computer;2234620 said:All the theories that bands hide messages in their songs are really stupid and unfounded 95% of the time.
Oscar-Rio;2234682 said:but 100% awesome when it does happen that 5% of the time.If i was in an actual recording band i would do this regularly.
Lolicat;2234589 said:That was the particular album that Priest were accused of having backmasked pro-suicide messages into after two fans tried to commit suicide, I think one survived and was somehow convinced to testify against the band.
Rockbandfan23467;2234670 said:That's fact.Is it "I burried Paul" "I'm very bored" or Cranbury sauce", for example.
UneasyMonkey;2234896 said:It's cranberry sauce...still sounds freaky every time I hear it tho...I guess it's the weird backwards instruments and noises that spook me.And yeah I remember that thing about Judas Priest, but I had forgotten that it was on that album. It was around the time when everyone was blaming all the bad things on rock n roll, specifically heavy metal, like they are with videogames these days. The boys were probably thinking about committing suicide and they were drunk anyway. The parents just wanted to put the blame on something/somebody.