What have you been listening to?

Started by Allhallowsday, August 25, 2012, 04:29:56 AM

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Lunkenstein

Eric Clapton: First solo album 1970
Paul

marsattacks666

    "They come from the bowels of hell; a transformed race of walking dead. Zombies, guided by a master plan for complete domination of the Earth."


marsattacks666

    "They come from the bowels of hell; a transformed race of walking dead. Zombies, guided by a master plan for complete domination of the Earth."

Lunkenstein

Paul

marsattacks666

    "They come from the bowels of hell; a transformed race of walking dead. Zombies, guided by a master plan for complete domination of the Earth."

geezer butler

Quote from: marsattacks666 on August 14, 2022, 04:42:34 PM
Moxie-Boxie-I lick your Naughty Lovepump.
From the 1982 LP Sh***in' in Outer Space 1999
Louis Cypher Records LTD

😃😆😂😄 I have no idea who that is, but it makes me.happy to know this exists🤘

marsattacks666

Quote from: geezer butler on September 02, 2022, 04:16:07 PM
😃😆😂😄 I have no idea who that is, but it makes me.happy to know this exists🤘

The cd/Lp is now out of print. They were a kind of Punk band.
    "They come from the bowels of hell; a transformed race of walking dead. Zombies, guided by a master plan for complete domination of the Earth."

Lunkenstein

Green River: Creedence Clearwater Revival

Santana: Caravanserai- still my favorite album of theirs.

Tom Fogerty: First solo album - Had never listened to Tom on his own. He had a very good voice, but it sounded an awful lot like his more famous brother, John. His range was a bit lower though.  I didn't find his originals very good musically. That, along with sounding like John, probably kept him from being successful.

ALIEN Original soundtrack: Jerry. Goldsmith- such a genius score. Another of my favorites.
Paul

marsattacks666

    "They come from the bowels of hell; a transformed race of walking dead. Zombies, guided by a master plan for complete domination of the Earth."

Mike Scott

Quote from: Lunkenstein on September 11, 2022, 10:22:24 PM
ALIEN Original soundtrack: Jerry. Goldsmith- such a genius score. Another of my favorites.

Is that the album that came out in 1979? It's my favorite, because it's all Goldsmith and contains the cues that were cut, by Scott, from the movie
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geezer butler

Driving around, heard some great old school tracks on satellite radio recently:

First Wave
New Order: Round and Round
Duran Duran: The Chauffeur

Hair Metal
Ace Frehley: Rock Soldiers
Kiss: Heaven's on Fire

Liquid Metal
Death: Symbolic
Slayer: Hell Awaits

Ozzy's Boneyard
Black Sabbath: Die Young
Iron Maiden: Wrathchild

Rock the Bells
2 Pac: Hail Mary
Public Enemy: Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos

Lunkenstein

Quote from: Mike Scott on September 11, 2022, 11:58:19 PM
Is that the album that came out in 1979? It's my favorite, because it's all Goldsmith and contains the cues that were cut, by Scott, from the movie

Yep, that's the one. I bought the LP when it first came out. I love a lot of the great, classic film composers but if pressed to choose my top favorite, I'd have to go with Goldsmith.
Paul

Lunkenstein

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I remember hearing or reading Jerry Goldsmith talking about the film and how much Brett's death scene scared the crap out of him. He was saying the intense feeling of dread going on and on was really getting  to him, lol.
Paul