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Discussion in 'Busse Combat Knives' started by Tyrade83, Jan 19, 2020.
motley crue, kickstart my heart. reminiscing (not spelling class)
now same group. without you.
One xmas break in college I couldnt go home and I stayed in a small empty dorm without transportation, my only entertainment was a Dr Feelgood tape and my roommates 50 watt, 12 inch keyboard amplifier. Blasting that tape throughout the dorm really made the solitude much more bearable
I can't decide which of these songs is the G.O.A.T. (for me, anyway)
I love these guys, especially on long drives
I also like almost anything from The Offspring. There’s too many to list but here’s a few
And some Rise Against
Been on a Royal Blood and The Sword kick as of late!
@Ryker The Willbury's are great. If you haven't heard it before, check out this cover of Tweeter and the Monkey man. Going to try and see the Headstones when they're here in May.
This is an excellent version of this song. I found it looking for the one below that's one of my favourites by Corb.
Heres's Phantom Blue an all-female metal band
The singer GiGi is really good and the guitarist Michelle Meldrum (RIP) was a monster!
Too bad this came when Nirvana and grunge was breaking
A really good Super Group
My favorite is My Home town
For years....that tune played in my head every time I got off the plane
Just thought this was an appropriate thread to post a short tribute to Joe Diffie who passed away Sunday due to complications from Covid 19. Joe was one of those unsung hero's in country music, had an influence on more singers and music than most listeners will ever know, and will be missed.
My dad was a big fan of his dating back to the 90's and I always knew who he was but I gained new respect for him when he recorded a duo with D-Thrash from the Jawga Boyz a while back (I posted it early in this thread), WAY before rap was even beginning to be accepted into the country music scene. Considering the heat Billy Ray Cyrus took when he did a duo with Little Nas X just a year ago, you can imagine what Diffie heard 7-8 years ago. He was a pioneer in the business and his music will be sorely missed.
Been listening to a lot of Upchurch lately. The country rap thing is really starting to take off more and I don’t hate it like other rap.
Adam Calhoun is also getting some play time as well.
R.I.P. Bill Withers. Your music lives on.