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.
Ultimatum;2234958 said:That and he had a horribly disfigured face because he couldn't hold the shotgun correctly and probably wanted money to make himself feel better.
Lolicat;2234933 said:I've always wondered why the kid testified against the band. I guess he was made to feel ashamed of his feelings and needed a scapegoat. Halford always expressed a great sadness about the kids themselves when asked about it, I think it really shook him up.
Lolicat;2234967 said:'I may be disfigured, but if I sue Priest, I'll be rolling in pussy!'Edit: Actually, given his wheelchair bound state, 'rolling' might be a cruel term to have chosen...
UneasyMonkey;2234980 said:The kid didn't testify. He successfully killed himself a couple years before the trial took place. It was the kids' parents. They probably noticed that the kids listened to Judas Priest a lot and thought they could blame them, sue them, then get a bunch of money from them...:(And yeah, suicide is always a bad/sad thing, and those kids were Priest's fans. It would be tough to go through someone falsely accusing you for being responsible for the deaths of people
Ultimatum;2235032 said:He OD'd on painkillers (coincidence that JP has a song entitled Painkiller) 3 years after the incident.
UneasyMonkey;2234461 said:WTF am I listening to????
timmay9;2235090 said:Seriously, no one's seen Bill Hick's bit on the Judas Priest thing? Shame.
timmay9;2235139 said:It basicall went along the lines of "What musician wants his audience dead?"An then he did a mock British vocal impression of a Judas Priest member, acting sick of their fame, power, and money, and coming up with the solution to their problems (the subliminal message). Funny stuff.
afterstasis;2233425 said:that's the only song i'm interested in from the announcement... i'm apparently the only rock band player on this forum who doesn't like alice in chains.
supernova1324;2235753 said:On Pandora I just created channels for ELP, King Crimson, and Yes to get some prg in my selection. And I have to say, i'm really digging ELP ad Yes. King Crimson, not so much.
a21schizoidman;2235772 said:what KC have you come across so far?
supernova1324;2235779 said:You and KRAWK(sp).
a21schizoidman;2235805 said:i see, try to find Red, Starless and Bible Black, Lizard, and Int he Wake of Posiedon
supernova1324;2235826 said:I'll look up those on youtube since I can't search them on Pandora. From Yes I've heard Starship Trooper and We Agree and from ELP I've heard Black Moon.
JukeBoxHero;2235850 said:You said progressive rock wasn't your thing before? Kudos to finding some you like.
UneasyMonkey;2236794 said:Hey Fizz, what's your new avi?