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    The original "haarp" band:

    http://youtu.be/8V9erQhvzjw
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    Quote Originally Posted by HILLBILLYBLACK View Post
    The original "haarp" band:

    http://youtu.be/8V9erQhvzjw
    I am aware. Also Haarp Machine>haarp

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    I really like WoP's studio recordings

    I've never been a fan of live music though.

    "Decimate the Weak" would be my favorite album, that really blew me away when I first heard it, and it quickly became a regular in my rotation. Really good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuySir View Post
    I really like WoP's studio recordings

    I've never been a fan of live music though.

    "Decimate the Weak" would be my favorite album, that really blew me away when I first heard it, and it quickly became a regular in my rotation. Really good stuff.
    You've never been a fan of ANY live music, or just them live?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HILLBILLYBLACK View Post
    You've never been a fan of ANY live music, or just them live?
    Any live music, just not my thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuySir View Post
    Any live music, just not my thing.
    No ****. That's a first for me. In 48 years, I've never met
    a person who liked music, who didn't like seeing it live.
    I don't see too many "firsts" any more, so wow, consider
    me amazed!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HILLBILLYBLACK View Post
    No ****. That's a first for me. In 48 years, I've never met
    a person who liked music, who didn't like seeing it live.
    I don't see too many "firsts" any more, so wow, consider
    me amazed!
    lol yeah, I'm weird, I'm one of these "anti-crowd" people (unless drunk). Only notable act I've seen live is Stone Temple Pilots and that was from a Civic Center seat. Saw Pat Benatar & Joan Jett past their primes and even those small crowds were too much for me.

    As far as the actual live music goes, I think I get too accustomed to the album versions of songs, and the live deviation messes with me. Plus I'm not a fan of the vocalist's interactions with the crowd, I just wanna hear the damn songs lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuySir View Post
    lol yeah, I'm weird, I'm one of these "anti-crowd" people (unless drunk). Only notable act I've seen live is Stone Temple Pilots and that was from a Civic Center seat. Saw Pat Benatar & Joan Jett past their primes and even those small crowds were too much for me.

    As far as the actual live music goes, I think I get too accustomed to the album versions of songs, and the live deviation messes with me. Plus I'm not a fan of the vocalist's interactions with the crowd, I just wanna hear the damn songs lol.
    I can dig all that. I guess the way I've always dealt with the whole "crowd" issue, is standing way at the back and on the fringes. The crowd interaction thing has gotten ridiculous in the past 20 years. It's like we're all at a freakin' pep rally or something. It's stupid and insulting. But I will say this, if you ever get the chance to see some live tapes of any shows in which Henry Rollins is involved, you won't have to deal with a lot of that. I've always loved him for that. No B.S., just the freakin' SONGS, already.

    The reason I like going to live shows, even with all the crowd crap and the rah rah bantering, is the sonic effect of the live music. It's the same reason I go to NASCAR races. There are things we can "hear" in our hearts and our bones, that just aren't there coming through the speakers at home. The energy of a passionate crowd. The genuine interaction between the musicians and the throng. It doesn't happen with every single show, but when it does happen, wow. It's amazing.

    What you need, is to be able to sit on the stage.
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    First live show I ever seen was Henry Rollins. I was 17. Up front, shook his hand. Didn't realize how small he was. Very fun though. Very packed house. A constant battle just to hold my ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OREcoast49er View Post
    First live show I ever seen was Henry Rollins. I was 17. Up front, shook his hand. Didn't realize how small he was. Very fun though. Very packed house. A constant battle just to hold my ground.
    How big did you expect him to be, Peter Steele sized? I'm so old I remember when he was SUPER skinny, with long hair. I didn't even like Black Flag that much, (sacrilege I know,) but to me his solo stuff has been 100% stellar. To have been up front at a Rollins show and held your ground... that's LIVING!!!

    P.S. His books are amazing, too.
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    Have you ever hear a live scream band? A couple of songs in and their voices are shot that stuff needs to be in a studio with some breaks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ATL#22 View Post
    Have you ever hear a live scream band? A couple of songs in and their voices are shot that stuff needs to be in a studio with some breaks.
    'Depends on what you call a "scream band". I've been listening to live death and black metal for years, and those guys never have a problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HILLBILLYBLACK View Post
    'Depends on what you call a "scream band". I've been listening to live death and black metal for years, and those guys never have a problem.
    Ya, it's like a muscle that gets built up. They need to build it up and take care of it, but a show shouldn't be a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATL#22 View Post
    Have you ever hear a live scream band? A couple of songs in and their voices are shot that stuff needs to be in a studio with some breaks.
    You must have gone to a local band concert. I go almost exclusively to metal / hardcore / aggressive vocalist concerts, and they never run out of their voice because they've learned how to control it. There's actually a series of DVDs out called the Zen of Screaming in which a vocal instructor teaches people how to scream properly. If a band is headlining or on a big US tour, chances are they know what they're doing, and they won't have shot voices.

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    Does that DVD feature Randy Blythe pretty prominently? Back when LoG were touring with Metallica and Gojira, I got to talk to him a little bit about vocals, and he told me they'd been filming him and sent him to some specialists to take pictures of his throat when he sang. I'm thinking this must be what he was talking about.
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