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Old 03-21-2011, 10:20 AM   #691
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Eh, maybe I won't lurk too much I've never been able to see Megadeth so I'm pretty jazzed about finally seeing Dave live.....this may be blasphemy to some people I like Metallica, but I LOVE Megadeth. And while I have neve seen either live yet. (I doubt I'll ever see Metallic, venues are too big) I know Dave won't let me down, lol

I def. dig older Hatebreed bonus took the kids to see Hatebreed (christmas present) they did all the old stuff...my daughter was disappointed a little but when they did "Live for This" I thought she was gonna jump out of her skin....soooo worth it... lol
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....this may be blasphemy to some people I like Metallica, but I LOVE Megadeth. And while I have neve seen either live yet. (I doubt I'll ever see Metallic, venues are too big) I know Dave won't let me down, lol
Nah. I think the MegaDave vs Metallica thing is kind of like Ozzy vs Dio.... Whatever blows up your skirt However, when it comes to Van Halen, IMO, if you choose Sammy over Dave- THAT would be considered blasphemy LMAO.

Now SOMETIMES you can make an exception for the big venues. I would say if you never saw Metallica (or Slayer)- make that exception
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[QUOTE=maddhatir;40405503]Thanks for the pics!!!! From the clips that show up on my Facebook page- it looked like everyone had a great time. The cruise seemed to be small and intimate- am I right? I like that feel. That is why I try and see my bands at the small venues. I am not into the festivals and the huge venues anymore.

Was last year the very first cruise they did? You were on the ship with Amon Amarth!!!??

The clips of the karaoke looked hilarious! I DESPISE karaoke, but I would not pass up a chance to see a lot of the guys doing it- I am sure it was priceless.



THAT would be awesome - however, small problem , DH. He is NOT a music lover like I am. He is sweet and accompanies me to all of my shows w/ no protest and he does listen to it when I crank it up (OK- so I guess he has no choice ) and never complains but I know he would not want to do the cruise. Why do I know? I already asked a while back. LOL. I will have to "work on him" and see what happens

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It was a great time! This was the first time they did this, and there were only 2000 tickets, which definitely made for an intimate feel. There were 3 stages: the main theater, a smaller lounge, and the pool deck. Best part- no bad sight lines! I'm 5' so that's always a concern for me at shows, but whereever I stood you could see just fine.
If you're having problems talking your DH into it tell him this- they run the normal cruise stuff too while the bands are going on( some of those "how to" activites, casino, etc.). This year I know a few people that came with their non-metal spouses and they found ways to entertain themselves while the other was out watching bands.
All the bands they got too were really cool, the people tht run this said they made sure to tell the bands ahead of time that unless they stay in their room when not playing, they will run into fans, so if they weren't comfortable with that then they should not take up the offer. It was cool too, I mean you get a little nervous when Chuck Billy and yourself are dancing around each other as your trying not to walking into each other going down the little hallways, but everyone was cool with the musicians, and vice versa.
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Old 03-21-2011, 12:00 PM   #694
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All the bands they got too were really cool, the people tht run this said they made sure to tell the bands ahead of time that unless they stay in their room when not playing, they will run into fans, so if they weren't comfortable with that then they should not take up the offer. It was cool too, I mean you get a little nervous when Chuck Billy and yourself are dancing around each other as your trying not to walking into each other going down the little hallways, but everyone was cool with the musicians, and vice versa.
I heard a few bands say how they were worried about the fans at first but then said how cool they all were.

Sooooo- I guess it would be frowned upon to TACKLE Johan Hegg whenever I saw him??? ........"oh god, here comes that chick again- I better brace myself...." LMAO.
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Eh, maybe I won't lurk too much I've never been able to see Megadeth so I'm pretty jazzed about finally seeing Dave live.....this may be blasphemy to some people I like Metallica, but I LOVE Megadeth. And while I have neve seen either live yet. (I doubt I'll ever see Metallic, venues are too big) I know Dave won't let me down, lol

I def. dig older Hatebreed bonus took the kids to see Hatebreed (christmas present) they did all the old stuff...my daughter was disappointed a little but when they did "Live for This" I thought she was gonna jump out of her skin....soooo worth it... lol
I've seen Megadeth live 9 times and Metallica live 7 times and I can honestly say that Megadeth destroys Metallica live.....I also prefer Megadeth's albums over Metallica's the best Metallica songs were written by Mustaine anyway

You will not be disappointed by Megadeth!!!!

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Nah. I think the MegaDave vs Metallica thing is kind of like Ozzy vs Dio.... Whatever blows up your skirt However, when it comes to Van Halen, IMO, if you choose Sammy over Dave- THAT would be considered blasphemy LMAO.

Now SOMETIMES you can make an exception for the big venues. I would say if you never saw Metallica (or Slayer)- make that exception
Megadeth is better than Metallica

Dio Sabbath is better than Ozzy Sabbath heck Tony Martin Sabbath is better than Ozzy Sabbath

And I agree to utter the term "Van Haggar" should be punishable by death!!!! Doing so is kind of like uttering the band name that rhymes with cryptrot LMAO

I agree I used to make the exception for awesome bands for example out of the 7 times I saw Pantera live only 1 was in a small venue the rest were medium to large stadiums and as awesome as the small venue show was I was not disappointed with the larger venue...Big bands such as Slayer, Megadeth, Metallica, Dream Theater, Rush etc...Are fine with large venues because they are used to playing them so they know how to work it....
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And I agree to utter the term "Van Haggar" should be punishable by death!!!! Doing so is kind of like uttering the band name that rhymes with cryptrot LMAO

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Now now Metal. We are going to scare away potential new posters with this talk of "punishment by death"
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Old 03-21-2011, 01:56 PM   #697
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Old 03-21-2011, 02:09 PM   #698
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I heard a few bands say how they were worried about the fans at first but then said how cool they all were.

Sooooo- I guess it would be frowned upon to TACKLE Johan Hegg whenever I saw him??? ........"oh god, here comes that chick again- I better brace myself...." LMAO.
Haha maybe, if you yell something like "surprise" or "happy birthday" first, all bets are off though
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Old 03-21-2011, 02:34 PM   #699
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Haha maybe, if you yell something like "surprise" or "happy birthday" first, all bets are off though
I can GUARANTEE those words would NOT come out of my mouth LOL.
Actually, no words shall be spoken- I think a nice big **** grin would be sufficient beforehand.
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Old 03-22-2011, 08:56 AM   #700
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So not scared by death for uttering "Van Haggar" my husband is a metal snob, so I dig it The issue I have with big venues is, well I have a small anxiety about really large crowds, lol And truly I've been spoiled by being able to go to clubs with less than 500 people and really getting into the music. I have seen GWAR on 2 different occasions, and the smaller venue was the best by far. I'd like to see Slayer one day living where I do (in no where land) they don't tend to tour this area much. Plus is it just me or do ya miss the days of the 80's big shows where it was Gen Admission and everyone just pilled in and the challenge was getting to, and staying in the front....That's why smaller venues rock lol But I'll suck it up for Megadeth....maybe even Metallica...lol
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So not scared by death for uttering "Van Haggar" my husband is a metal snob, so I dig it The issue I have with big venues is, well I have a small anxiety about really large crowds, lol And truly I've been spoiled by being able to go to clubs with less than 500 people and really getting into the music. I have seen GWAR on 2 different occasions, and the smaller venue was the best by far. I'd like to see Slayer one day living where I do (in no where land) they don't tend to tour this area much. Plus is it just me or do ya miss the days of the 80's big shows where it was Gen Admission and everyone just pilled in and the challenge was getting to, and staying in the front....That's why smaller venues rock lol But I'll suck it up for Megadeth....maybe even Metallica...lol
I hear ya about the anxiety. Not only that, I tend to have an "obnoxious-drunken-idiot phobia" The larger venues are filled with them.

I love the small venues b/c you are RIGHT there! At last April's Amon Amarth show we were sitting in the bar area of the club only a few feet from the band! You can bet I will get my butt in line early this May to get the same seats

All the small venues around here are general admission. It's good and bad. I like that I can choose where to sit- but, I am not crazy about getting to the venue early just to be sure to get a seat or to be close enough to see. Getting there early means, I have sat through a LOT of crappy bands just waiting for the good ones to come on stage.
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FREE!!
Bloody Disgusting is streaming Surtur Rising, in full, for 3 days!!!!
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Alright you metal heads, it's time for some wining, dining and wenching! Bloody-Disgusting has got the exclusive Amon Amarth 'Surtur Rising' album stream for the next three days! That's right, you've only got until Monday the 28th at midnight EST to blast this out, so start your rocking. This album marks the band's eight studio offering.
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FREE!!
Bloody Disgusting is streaming Surtur Rising, in full, for 3 days!!!!
Right now!

http://www.bloody-disgusting.com/news/music/1497

Alright you metal heads, it's time for some wining, dining and wenching! Bloody-Disgusting has got the exclusive Amon Amarth 'Surtur Rising' album stream for the next three days! That's right, you've only got until Monday the 28th at midnight EST to blast this out, so start your rocking. This album marks the band's eight studio offering.

Thanks for the link......But I got my hands on a copy of "Surtur Rising" more than 3 weeks ago...Be Jealous...
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Now were talking. How about Judas Priest, Iron Maiden and Whitesnake from first row July 10th 1981 in Atlanta GA. Iron Maiden had their original vocalist Paul Dianno. Seen him last year, what a English bloke.

Seen Metallica many times in England one time with Megadeth opening.

Motorhead once in Germany.

Black Sabbath with Dio on Heaven Hell tour 1980.

Dio solo. Dio always over Ozzy.

Went to Oz Fest and seen Ozzy 3 weeks ago.

Van Halen original before break up.

KISS original then all other forms. Gene has a lot of my money.

Queen from first row. Brian May can rock. Listen to Brighton Rock

Anybody remember Girlschool or Godz?
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Now were talking. How about Judas Priest, Iron Maiden and Whitesnake from first row July 10th 1981 in Atlanta GA. Iron Maiden had their original vocalist Paul Dianno. Seen him last year, what a English bloke.

Seen Metallica many times in England one time with Megadeth opening.

Motorhead once in Germany.

Black Sabbath with Dio on Heaven Hell tour 1980.

Dio solo. Dio always over Ozzy.

Went to Oz Fest and seen Ozzy 3 weeks ago.

Van Halen original before break up.

KISS original then all other forms. Gene has a lot of my money.

Queen from first row. Brian May can rock. Listen to Brighton Rock

Anybody remember Girlschool or Godz?
NICE!!! That is a killer list!

I was just listening to MOB RULES ealier today ... Sign of the Southern Cross may be my favorite Sabbath song. Dio could do no wrong in my book.

I am a freakin' huge Queen fan. I started playing guitar due to my love of the 80s/90s shredders like Vai, Satch, and Nuno. But my heroes were Brian May and Mick Ronson (also love the Spiders from Mars). Hell, I even tracked down a sixpence reproduction to try as a pick like May and the Red Special. IT'S LATE remains one of the greatest rock songs of all time!
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