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?
Zeleii;2236895 said:I think it's Toby Keith
KingProgdor;2237421 said:Of any female vocalist I've heard to date, Annie Haslam of Renaissance is probably the best.
a21schizoidman;2237426 said:i think she's on par with Sonja from Curved Airi think it's quite obvious who my fav. female vocalist is...:rolleyes:
KingProgdor;2237440 said:Ahaha, durrrrrrrr
Lolicat;2237445 said:Bessie Smith?
JukeBoxHero;2237461 said:Same here, great vocalists. My favorites tend to be Ann Wilson of Heart and Tanya Donelly of Belly in studio.
a21schizoidman;2237463 said:shouldn't you be in school? Or on AIM?
JukeBoxHero;2237474 said:Spring break, been that way all week. I would be on AIM but like I said last night, going to lunch in a few minutes.
a21schizoidman;2237466 said:she's def. up there, but no cigar