7 avr. 2008, 11h46m par andrechaos
27 jan. 2008, 22h20m par Alain_AxlWell first I'm gonna talk about Axl Rose... that man who used to be the lead singer of the "most dangerous band in the world" and the highest rock-star... and that now is known for being the crazy paranoid lead singer of the band that spends more than 10 years to release and album... I think Axl deserves some respect although now he is an asshole... remember that was him and his band who re-invented the meaning of hard rock. The contribution he made to music is invaluable.
Guns N' Roses... although the current members are good musicians the media got'em on its aim... As there's no songs made by them two together (despite the chinese democracy leaks) I don't think we are able to judge them.
Velvet Revolver... I think Scott has more influence that what it seems... if not I think they would be playing a harder stuff that what they're playing now.
Duff McKagan: an underrated bassist, the punk influence on GN'R
Izzy Stradlin: a very good guitarist, the classic rock influence on GN'R
21 jan. 2008, 7h07m par scottwallace01I'm bored, so I stole this from Gibson1976's journal. Hope he's not with the RIAA!
1. How did you get into 29? (Social Distortion)
I heard the diatribe on Live at the Roxy about how back in the day you couldn't just walk into the mall and "get your pussy pierced," and I pretty much knew I needed to listen further.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? (Opeth)
Windowpane, off of Damnation. I wasn't yet into death metal, and was stunned by the distinction between this song and the material off of their other albums.
3. What’s your favorite lyric by 33? (Faith No More)
"I started this
It's all for me
What's yours is mine and mine is mine
That's plain to see"
from Be Aggressive off of Angel Dust
4. What is your favorite album by 49? (Insomnium)
Still fairly new to them, to the point that I'm surprised they're in my top 50, so I'm not certain. Probably (at this point) Since the Day It All Came Down.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? (Izzy Stradlin)
15 déc. 2007, 13h31m par laotramusicaHola,
Esta semana en http://la-otra-musica.blogspot.com tuvimos novedades de Delirium Jam, 2112, Fughu, The Musical Box, Poseidótica, Big Bang, Ruido de Magia, DPRP, Gilby Clarke, Steve Hackett, premios Grammy, Paatos, Angra, Secret World, William Gray, Dominici, Mörglbl, Sander Gommans, Epica y Jorn Lande.
Próximos shows en Argentina, disponibles aquí
Recomendamos la vista "Agenda"
Nota: la información sobre fechas es provista por o en nombre de los artistas y :: la otra música :: no se responsabiliza por las modificaciones que pudieran producirse en la misma.
13 nov. 2007, 3h13m par abourquin
11 mai 2007, 7h52m par bubba-rocksCRASHDÏET - think the best of Motley Crue + Skid Row + Cinderella + (insert other 80s hard rock "hair metal" bands).
Overloaded - great hard rock/metal band from Detroit in the vein of AC/DC.
Swampdawamp - southern rock band in the style of Lynyrd Skynyrd, .38 Special, etc.
Triggerdaddy - a glam project fronted by Tim Karr and featuring help from Gilby Clarke (Guns N' Roses, Rockstar Supernova), Eric Singer (Kiss), and Chad Stewart (Faster Pussycat) among others.
Who do you recommend?
28 déc. 2006, 19h59m par adnanlastfmGilby Clarke is one artist I really, really love and respect. I lost a little of that when he chose to appear on Rockstar Supernova. But I guess if you play music like his and produce the bands he does, you're going to need some cash to continue making that sort of music.
An exceptionally talented singer, songwriter, and guitarist, Gilby Clarke earns my respect largely because he knows his rock n' roll. He's not ashamed to admit it, and will probably never stop making it. There are very few musicians in this world who refuse to adapt to the big fads of the time, and it is curious indeed that two of them are former Guns N' Roses rhythm guitarists. Izzy Stradlin' is another artist I deeply respect.
Another thing is, Gilby loves music, not just rock music, and that shows. The first album he ever did was the brilliant power-pop release Whatever Happened to Fun?, which is now out of print, pops up in discussions in the most fashionable rock critic corners, and goes for quite a hefty price on eBay. …
31 août 2006, 15h35m par sogroovynowI am really into this show after I swore I wouldn't watch it again. I was just sucked in, what can I say?
If you want to read my opinions, then go to my 'entertainment' blog - http://entertainme.sogroovynow.com
I haven't done a write up of last night's show yet but will do so this evening.
24 août 2006, 10h19m par dthprodSEVEN INCH SNAKES
These Arms Are Snakes will be releasing a limited edition seven inch single through the Suicide Squeeze label next month. It's to feature the tracks Horse Girl and Old Paradise. Only 2000 copies will be pressed. The bands new album, 'Easter', is issued by Jade Tree on October 9.
ANATHEMA POSTPONE JORDAN SHOW
Due to security issues, Anathema have been forced to cancel their planned show in Jordan on August 25. This was due to happen in Amman Al Ahleyeh.
Good Charlotte may not be releasing their fourth, as yet untitled album until early in '07. But the band have surprised fans by announcing a month long US tourm, starting in late September.
Supernova - the band featuring Tommy Lee, Jason Newsted and Gilby Clarke - have announced a US tour, starting on December 31. This is in support of their self-titled, debut album, due out in late November. The band still don't know who'll be singing with them, as they await the outcome of the reality TV series 'rock star'.
23 août 2006, 22h04m par tat2childThis one was a little differnt so I just had to give in...
Your top ten artists:
#2 Red Star Rebels
#3 Tattooed Millionaires
#4 Crystal Pistol
#7 Neon Zoo
#8 Guns N'Roses
#10 Harry Connick, Jr.
How many times have you listened to number one?
Is this your favorite band?
What got you into number one?
Saw them headline Donnigton Monsters of Rock 10 years ago with the original line-up of Paul Stanley, Gene simmons, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss in full make-up and costumes with tonnes of pyro, blood spitting and fire breathing and I was instantly hooked having nevver witnessed anything even remotely like it before.
Why the hell have you listened to that so much?
Because they are superb and their music always beings back so many good memories
Favorite songs of number one (Right now):
I from Music (From The Elder), been this for a while. Just speaks to.
Something you think you'd throughly enjoy doing with the band?