Calling all AK'ers......

Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by VinylHanger, Jun 16, 2006.

  1. Spellbinder

    Spellbinder My Spine Is The Bassline Subscriber

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    No, I am not. The PM I received said other regulars in the Music Forums felt the same way. I apparently was looking "thick" with my posts and was told it was a "chemistry" thing and that I shouldn't feel bad. Basically was told to move on.
     
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  2. roninpunkboy

    roninpunkboy New Member

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    ah fellow ak'ers most you are lucky enough to have a system to listen to your prefrred choice of grooves.i am currently reduced to listening to music via sony vaio laptop and a pair of akg headphones or when i am on the move a creative zen player with said headphones. in spite of that i am switching between
    dead can dance (self compiled)
    renegade soundwave (self compiled)
    misty in roots - live at the counter eurovision
    front 242 - fuck up evil & evil off
     
  3. Zygmo

    Zygmo Super Member

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    These forums are about MUSIC??? :saywhat: No wonder I was lost!
     
  4. Zygmo

    Zygmo Super Member

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    Give me some Fleetwood Mac. Or the new Mick Fleetwood Blues Band.

    I have read several times that Fleetwood Mac songs are very seldom on people's top lists...but their albums are usually on people's top lists.
    Go figure. :scratch2:
     
  5. theophile

    theophile Pheasant Plucker. Subscriber

    Vinylhanger,
    although I'm not a non-contributor to this forum,I don't visit it as often as I might.That shall change.

    Anyone who'd prefer that I didn't,can speak now if they wish... :D
     
  6. meggy

    meggy AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    You know there's some really great live versions from Quicksilver as in "The Carousel Ballroom 1968", "Lost Gold & Silver", and others. It's not just on "Happy Trails". Same with Mona. Check out "Live at the Kabuki Theatre".
     
  7. Payneman

    Payneman Active Member

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    Today I listened to Supertramp "Even in the Quietest Moments & Nektar 14 Down to Earth a great live album.
     
  8. Kismet1968

    Kismet1968 :)

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    hmm

    I just find that funny.
     
  9. newguy1

    newguy1 Super Member

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    Maybe you guys are going to jump down on me a little.......normally I'm an alternative/blues type of guy. Generally I love that dark, written in a minor key type of music, but lately I just can't get enough pop type music. Have I fallen ill?
     
  10. Mozart1220

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    Wow! the last post on this is two years old? Well, I'll revive it. After getting my Baby Advents refoamed and adding a halfway decent sub, I have found new respect for Rush "Moving Pictures". Say what you want about Rush, but that album sounds GREAT.
     
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  11. hbd85

    hbd85 Active Member

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    it should be alive.
    ahhh Rush, you try the album "Clockworks Angel" which was released in 2012 yet? They're still very young, i guess =))
     
  12. Mozart1220

    Mozart1220 Active Member

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    I buy every Rush album the instant it's released. :thmbsp::yes:
     
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  13. Klipshman

    Klipshman Well-Known Member

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    I can't think of many types of music I don't like...but that does include RAP and heavy metal. Anything else is ok. I get a nostalgic craze now and then and want to listen to Guess Who and American Woman or These Eyes. Other times it's Jim Reeves and Patsy Cline. Tomorrow it may be Bread or James Taylor. It's nice to be a little varied.:smoke:
     
  14. fcleff69

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    I love that album. Huge Rush fan here. I've seen every tour since 1987 when I first saw them on the Show of Hands tour supporting Hold Your Fire.

    f
     
  15. Balrog2112

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    Huge RUSH fan here , seen them at less 35 times. But just got turned on to a band Rival Sons and have been wearing out my copy of Before The Fire.
     
  16. olson_jr

    olson_jr AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Only saw them a couple of times. I blame my midrange hearing loss on one of their shows at the Michigan Palace in 1974.
     
  17. Balrog2112

    Balrog2112 Active Member

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    Really midrange, figured Geddy's voice would take out the high end! Lol
     
  18. olson_jr

    olson_jr AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Funny, it also seems to affect the same frequency as my wife's voice as I can not hear her out of my right ear, especially in the car, when she is telling me how and where to drive.
     
  19. Balrog2112

    Balrog2112 Active Member

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    Maybe it was those hi watt amps Alex was using back then, cause I got that same problem. Or so am told.
     
  20. olson_jr

    olson_jr AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    HiWatt what?
     

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