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Todays METAL playlist

Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by Rush2112, Aug 5, 2007.

  1. jnicholson14

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    Iron Maiden - Killers
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    Megadeth - Peace Sells
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    Shit, still on the Germanic side of things.......

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    OK, getting away from Germanic rock and going to a different end of the rock spectrum with a great sleaze rock release; LA Guns. Still remember the first time hearing this on release and being blown away. Just raw rock at its best!

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    Thou - Ceremonies of Humiliation
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  9. Delmarva

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    That Rage - Out of Control album has interesting graphics. Looks like a modern interpretation of a Confederate battle flag. Wonder if that was the intent?
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    Black Sabbath - Vol 4
    Stereotape / Magtec 7.5 ips 4-track reel tape

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    Hmm, never really noticed that before.

    They were a local band from Liverpool, so wouldn't think there is a Confederate connection, although the local shipyard (Cammell Laird) did build the CSS Alabama, for the American Confederate Government in 1862.

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  12. Delmarva

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    Awesome bit of history there!!! I'm a Civil War buff. I knew it was built at the shipyard of Johnathan Laird from having learned the song Roll Alabama Roll. The song I.D.'s the shipyard as being in Birkenhead, which I just learned is across the Mersey River from Liverpool... Ithink it's just a coincidence about the Confederate flag, but you never know.


    When the Alabama's keel was laid
    Roll, Alabama, roll!
    It was laid in the yard of Jonathan Laird
    Oh, roll, Alabama, roll!

    It was laid in the yard of Jonathan Laird
    It was laid in the town of Birkenhead

    Across the Mersey river she sailed then
    And Liverpool fitted her with guns and men

    From the Western Isles she sailed forth
    To destroy all commerce of the North

    Down to Cherbourg came she straight one day
    For to take her toll in prize money

    There many a sailor lad met his doom
    When the ship Kearsarge hove in view

    And a shot from the forward pivot that day
    It shot the Alabama's stern away

    In the three-mile limit, in sixty-five
    The Alabama sunk to her grave
     
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    I actually worked in the shipyard from 1987 to 1992 building submarines and refitting historic warships.
     
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    Very cool. Ya never know what you're going to learn around here.
    40 years ago I had a job with a defense contractor working on electrical schematics for nuclear submarines. Had no idea what I was seeing on the computer screen. All I did was make corrections to the schematics that the engineers were working on. Take out that resistor and add a diode or whatever.
     
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    7ACF710F-0E4C-472B-A4D6-F957EA9ABC6D.jpeg Prog Metal
     
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    Never got to work in a nuclear submarine. Closest I got was when we manufactured some of the bulkhead, but that was just a giant hoop. The subs I built were just the smaller hunter-killer diesel/electric type. Still my favourite ever job!
     

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