Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.
Worth the hunt. It's only a digital release though. They said they'd love to do a vinyl release someday, but for now it isn't practical. I'm on my fourth listen and it just keeps getting better.
The bass player switches off to play a Hammond B-3 occasionally. I'd like to shake their parents hands. They did a GOOD job raising those boys.
The song getting radio play is Highway Tune.
I'm calling it a night guys. It's been real it's been fun but it hasn't been real fun.
Motley Crue - Theatre of Pain (Elektra / Asylum Records 60418-1-E), original vinyl LP. Bought cheap from Shooting Stars Records (R.I.P.)
Damn, I was just trying to break-in to that 'regulars' club, too. Tough crowd up in here!
One more for good measure, for the Regular folks!
Loves me some Claude Bolling!
My eyes, oh Lordy, my eyes!
Take care of that GJ.
They did a better job raising them than the parents of the Gallagher brothers.
I believe that says it all.
As a US Navy hospital corpsman back in the 1980's I was tasked with assisting a visiting podiatrist performing surgical procedures on folks. It was only for one day but oh what a day it was, it's been 32 years but I still can't forget the horror of what I saw that day. So in regards to your photo, I've seen worse.
I thought that I had it bad but one of my shipmates had to push a cart of used speculums from one end of the hospital to the other. They were covered but there was no mistaking what was under the sheet.
Brazilian Amendoim...every room in the house got it. I don't even want to think about what it cost. It's paid for now and that's all that matters. The grain of the stuff literally shape shifts as you walk past it.
(not my pic, not my floor, but it looks just like this)
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