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Discussion in 'Men's General Hair Loss Discussions' started by Redbone, Oct 23, 2003.

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    We cant let this thread die, its too good! :rockon:
     
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    My friends are in a 'hair rock' band called the Darkness and they have just sold around 750,000 albums in the UK and spent a few weeks at number 1, any of you 'foreigners' heard of them, they are f*****g hilarious!!

    Ty
     
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    Ah, but everything must die eventually. And now that this year slowly draws to a close, my patience with work collegues also dies as does my hopes that I would find a new person in 6th form to educate. But as this thread was mostly music related why not finish on a song -

    http://www.mondayfunny.com/soundbytes/sb_2002_02_18.swf

    R.I.P
     
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    Im a foreigner and ive heard of them. :lol: Seriously you know them? I cant say i like them, but they deserve respect in bringing back a genre that was SO dead, even if its a genre I hate. :laugh: The chick who sings / screams though shes not exactly a looker. :hairy:

    I find their fashion sense repellant yet also strangely enticing at the same time. :rockon:
     
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    the crown
    arch enemy
    soilwork
    in flames
     
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    Radiohead, now that's just dumb to say.
     
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    I would rather listen to Milli Vanilli than their pretentious dirge.
     
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    Ok what about Blind Mellon or Quessnryche who were supposed to be revelations in their time but never made it to the next level? Huh what do you say about that?
     
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    Yeah I know them really well, got a credit on the album even, they have studiously got their mid-eighties shovels out and dug up the corpse of a genre nobody thought would move again.

    Singing an octave above what would normally be considered safe has not caused Justin, the singer, any trouble in the hair department.

    Ty
     
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    I got three words for you guys Payment On Death They rock....
     
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    Yeah, they do deserve respect for what theyve done, coming out of seemingly nowhere this year. Their probably the biggest rock band in the UK now, sales wise. I enjoy their somewhat Spinal Tap- esque quality.

    Good to see some bands not taking themselves to seriously unlike some UK bands i could mention.

    :rockon:
     
  12. Redbone

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    Thread hi-jackers...
     
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    I wonder if this thread will last longer than the legacy of Brett Michael`s music. :lol:

    I heard `Every Rose has its thorn` the other day...brought back memories.......mammories.. :love:
     
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    Every rose try something to believe in- the tibute to Vietnam Vets...

    I dont know about you brits and music but you sure as hell no how to design hi-fi equipment.
     

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