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Shameless Self-Promotion (cross-posted) [24 Jun 2005|03:25am]

phreektone

Hey, I'm Flint Blade, and I play some jazzy stuff.
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[11 Aug 2003|11:23am]

conner24
[ mood | impressed ]

When I'm happy, almost anything.
When I'm sad, sappy love songs or songs of breaking up.
When I'm lonely, love songs.
When I'm bored, punk, hard rock, or heavy metal (Old Stuff).
When I'm mad, punk or grunge.

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Ooh! my favorites list... [11 Aug 2003|04:38am]

djwickwild
[ mood | happy ]

Favorite driving song: C'Mon Ride the train-Quad City DJ's-Its Josh and my's cruisin tune, we have to hear it on all road trips, or they're no fun...
Favorite makeout song: Can't get enough of your love Babe-Barry White-He's da man, what else can I say? Besides, I've been told I sing it rather well...
Favorite song to dance too: To Make you feel my love-Garth Brooks
Favorite song to sing: Pride&Joy-Stevie Ray Vaughn

thats my list so far, as soon as I come up with more, you all will know... hehe

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[01 Aug 2002|12:53am]

soulfly1974

Sepultura: Under A Pale Grey Sky

December 16, 1996: A day that will live in infamy eternally for Sepultura fans...That night, following a sold-out performance at London's hallowed Brixton Academy, singer/guitarist Max Cavalera left the band he co-founded more than a decade earlier.

Amazingly enough (actually, through the foresight of some very smart Brit), Sepultura's last show ever with Max was recorded, and six years later, it is being released. The set remains the same, exactly as it was played back on December 16, 1996 - all tracks in their entirety, in the order they were played. 27 cuts in all, a double cd set.
in stores 09.24.2002

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Sepultura: Chaos DVD

The definitive piece in Sepultura video history...can your senses handle this?

What to expect? A collaboration of Sepultura's previous three VHS releases, check it: From the Under Seige VHS, released around the 1991 Arise cd, a one hour live performance from Zeleste in Barcelona, Spain on May 31, 1991. Rock.

From the Third World Chaos VHS, released around the 1993 Chaos A.D. cd, live performances from the Donnington Festival, Red Rocks and Brazilian Festivals, along with the videos for "Slave New World," "Refuse/Resist," "Territory," "Arise" and "Dead Embryonic Cells." Shim.

From the We Are What We Are VHS, released around the 1996 Roots cd, videos for "Roots Bloody Roots," "Ratamahatta" and "Attitude." Sham.
in stores 08.20.2002

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MTV's Road Rules: Don't Make Me Pull This Thing Over (Vol. 1)

Move over "Party To Go", here is a compilation worth rockin' the house for - the first ever MTV Road Rules soundtrack entitled, MTV Road Rules- Don't Make me Pull This Thing Over - Volume 1.

Yo, yo...you know what this is? Most definitely, without a doubt, the finest collection of pop/punk and emo out there today. We shit you not.

21 songs from 21 bands - 36 Crazyfists, AFI, Brandnew, Coheed & Cambria, Dashboard Confessional, Deftones, The Get Up Kids, Haste, Hoobastank, Jersey, Jimmy Eat World, The Juliana Theory, THe Movielife, New Found Glory, The Rise, Sinch, Taking Back Sunday, Thrice, Thursday, Unwritten Law, and The Used. Rock.
in stores next week

Info courtesy of Roadrunner Records.
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Hacked music news [29 Jul 2002|01:25am]

soulfly1974
from KNAC:
- Henry Rollins' Rise Above Album to Benefit West Memphis 3
- Metal Blade Releases Mega 20th Anniversary Box Set
- Black Sabbath's Past Lives, Recorded With All Original Members, To Release In August
- In Flames To Appear In Swedish Movie; Readying For Major World Tour
- Ozzy Takes Leave of Absence from Ozzfest
- plus, check out their downloads section!!!

from Metal Sludge:
- Quiet Riot To Release DVD!

from MTV:
- Eminem, P.O.D., Missy Elliott Nab Most MTV Video Music Awards Noms (with full nominees list link)
- Shakira, Marc Anthony Among Nominees For Latin Grammy Awards
- STP's Scott Weiland Delivers Another 'Big Bang Baby'
- That Whole Farewell Thing? We Changed Our Minds, Kiss Say
- Slipknot's Taylor Reveals Two Faces For Stone Sour's 'Bother'
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Fumbling around with CD's I have downstairs with me, I found something rather interesting... [22 Jun 2002|12:08am]

djwickwild
The Albumn 5 made by the band Live, has a music video on it... it is a very good song called Simple Creed... and no its not the guys from the band creed sitting around with dunce caps on saying "Durrrr, we're morons" its an actual song...

thought I'd share...
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New Releases for 04/23 [23 Apr 2002|01:41am]

soulfly1974
Michael Bolton / Only a Woman in Love (Jive)
Cee-Lo (of Goodie Mob) / Cee-Lo Green and His Perfect Imperfections (clean & explicit versions) (Arista)
Cornershop / Handcream for a Generation (Noel Gallagher guests on "Spectral Mornings) (Wiija/Beggars Banquet)
Elvis Costello / When I Was Cruel (Island)
Dishwalla / Opaline (Immergent)
DJ Spooky / Modern Mantra (two CDs) (Shadow)
Gomez / In Our Gun (Hut/Virgin)
Jethro Tull / Living with the Past (Fuel 2000)
The Kickovers (members of Mighty Mighty Bosstones and Weezer) / Osaka (Fenway)
Heather Nova / South (V2)
Eddie Palmieri / La Perfecta II (Concord Picante)
Pet Shop Boys / Release (Sanctuary)
Pulp / We Love Life (Sanctuary/Rough Trade)
Q-Tip / Kamaal - The Abstract (Arista)
Sloan / Pretty Together (RCA)
Sneaker Pimps / Bloodsport (Tommy Boy)
Strung Out / American Paradox (Fat Wreck Chords)
Take 6 / Beautiful World (Warner Bros.)
Paul Westerberg / Stereo - Mono (Vagrant)
VA / Atticus & Side One Present: Dragging the Lake (w/rare and unreleased blink-182, Jimmy Eat World and others) (Side One Dummy)
VA / Because We Care: Benefit for the Children�s Hospital of Orange County (w/Reel Big Fish, Gameface, et al.) (Glue Factory/Oglio)
OST / Dark Angel (w/Chuck D. and MC Lyte) (Artemis)
OST / The New Guy (w/Green Day, Mystikal, Eve 6 and others) (Epic)
OST / Spiderman (Columbia)
OST / Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (Sony Classical)

Vault Releases
The Animals / Taken Alive! (Fuel 2000)
Willie Bobo / A New Dimension (Verve)
John Denver / The Harbor Lights Concert (two CDs) (RCA/BMG Heritage)
Earth, Wind & Fire / That�s the Way of the World: Alive in �75 (Columbia/Legacy)
Astrud Gilberto / The Shadow of Your Smile (Verve)
Kylie Minogue / Hits (Arista/BMG Heritage)
Primus / Frizzle Fry, Suck on This (Prawn Song)
Poncho Sanchez / Conga Caliente: La Familia/Fuerte (two-fer) (Concord Picante)
Frank Zappa and the Mothers / Threesome I, Threesome II (Rykodisc)
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New releases for the week on 04/16 and some news [16 Apr 2002|03:25pm]

soulfly1974
Sheryl Crow / C’mon, C’mon (A&M/Interscope)
Flying Tigers / The Flying Tigers (produced by Brendan O’Brien, features Dorian 12 from Powerman 5000) (Atlantic)
KMFDM / Attak (Metropolis)
The Melvins / Hostile Ambient Takeover (Ipecac)
VA / A-F Records Sampler (w/Anti-Flag, Methadones and others) (A-F)

Vault Releases
The Band / The Last Waltz (four CDs) (Warner Bros./Rhino)
Clannad / A Magical Gathering: The Anthology (two CDs) (Warner Bros./Rhino)
Quincy Jones / Ultimate Collection (Hip-O)
Roy Orbison / Shades of (Collectables Priceless)
Phish / Volumes 7-12: Live (Elektra)
The Temptations / My Girl: The Very Best of (two CDs) (UTV)
The Winans / The Very Best of (Rhino)
VA / Hollywood Disco (Thump)

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* Pet Shop Boys 'In Love' With Gay Eminem Character

* Chili Peppers Want To Spank You, In A Good Way

* Nelly's 'Hot In Herre' — So Hot, He Needs An Extra 'R'

* Lollapalooza 2002 A Non-Starter

8 Static-X Cover Elvis, Announce Headlining Tour

* Rush Return to the Road

* The Eagles Plan U.S. Arena Tour

* Aerosmith Tapped for Spider-Man Theme

After being presented with the Artist Contribution Award at Saturday's ESPN Action Sports & Music Awards in Los Angeles, the Red Hot Chili Peppers closed out the show with a rousing performance of "Parallel Universe" and "Give It Away." Other music winners included Outkast (Skiing's Musical Artist of the Year), Radiohead (Snowboarding's Musical Artist of the Year), Sum41 (People's Choice Award), Pennywise (Motocross Musical Artist of the Year), Slayer (BMX Musical Artist of the Year), Jack Johnson (Surfing's Musical Artist of the Year) and Jay-Z (Skateboarding's Musical Artist of the Year), who performed with Static-X's Wayne Static, Korn's Fieldy, Limp Bizkit's John Otto and the X-ecutioners.

Vancouver rockers Nickelback scored three wins at the 2002 Juno Awards, Canada's Grammy equivalent, on Sunday in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. Having performed at the event, Chad Kroeger and company, the year's Best Group, picked up trophies for Best Single ("How You Remind Me") and Best Rock Album (Silver Side Up), in between performances by fellow countrymen Sum41, Alanis Morissette, Nelly Furtado, and jazz pianist-singer Diana Krall, who also racked up three wins.

Aerosmith, Godsmack and Staind made quite a stink in Beantown Thursday, as each took home two trophies at the 15th annual Boston Music Awards. Staind won for Act of the Year and single of the year ("It's Been Awhile"); Aerosmith scored Album of the Year (Just Push Play) and Video of the Year ("Jaded"); and Godsmack was named Outstanding Rock Band, while singer Sully Erna was picked for Male Vocalist of the Year.

Type O Negative are aiming to release their next album around Hallowe'en. The band has been demoing material for the as-yet-untitled record and also taken time out to cover Deep Purple's "Highway Star" for the upcoming NASCAR-sponsored compilation album Crank It Up. Slayer, who were originally due to do "Highway Star" for the NASCAR LP, will instead tackle Steppenwolf's "Born to Be Wild."

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This just in [11 Apr 2002|02:01pm]

soulfly1974


Aaliyah's 'Matrix' Role To Be Given To Nona Gaye
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News bits courtesy of MTV [10 Apr 2002|01:35pm]

soulfly1974
Outkast, Nickelback, P.O.D., Godsmack, Alien Ant Farm, Sevendust, Default and Injected will take the stage for the third annual Rolling Rock Town Fair, taking place July 27 at the namesake beer's birthplace of Latrobe, Pennsylvania.

Sarah McLachlan and her drummer husband Ashwin Sood welcomed their first child Saturday, a baby girl named India. McLachlan and the baby are doing well.

Disturbed's Draiman Battles Knuckleheads, Women, Death And Makes Believe

Manson may fight wrongful death suit with countersuit

WWF and hard rock go together like Bizkits, Gravy

Dave Matthews Band takes it back to the Barrom in Boston

Perry Hits Lollapasnooza Button: Tour Sleeps Another Year

'Spider-Man' Theme To Come Courtesy Of Aerosmith
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New releases for 04/09 [07 Apr 2002|04:02am]

soulfly1974
98 Mute - After the Fall (Epitaph)
Heather B. (ex-MTV Real World) - Eternal Affairs (Kenny Lattimore guests) (SAI)
Jello Biafra - Big Ka-Boom, Part One (spoken word) (Alternative Tentacles)
The Crown - Crowned in Terror (Metal Blade)
Dokken - Long Way Home (Sanctuary/CMC Int�l)
Goo Goo Dolls - Gutterflower (Warner Bros.)
Gravediggaz - Nightmare in A Minor (Empire Musicwerks/BMG)
Meat Puppets - Live from Maxwell�s (recorded 2/8/01) (DCN)
Mellow Man Ace - From the Darkness Into the Light (X-Ray)
Mot�rhead - Hammered (Sanctuary)
The Queers - Pleasant Screams (Lookout!)
Bonnie Raitt - Silver Lining (Capitol)
Rusted Root - Welcome to My Party (Island)
Steve Smith and Vital Information - Show �Em Where You Live (Tone Center)
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - Plastic Fang (w/Dr. John, Bernie Worrell and Elliott Smith guesting) (Matador)
Ty Tabor (King�s X guitarist) - Safety (Metal Blade)
Junior Vasquez - Earth Music (Tommy Boy Silver)
Neil Young - Are You Passionate? (Reprise)
OST - 1 Giant Leap (w/Michael Stipe, Robbie Williams and others) (Palm Pictures)

Vault Releases
Down by Law - punkrockdays: The Best of (Epitaph)
Helloween - Treasure Chest (Sanctuary/Metal-Is)
Virgin Steele - Hymns to Victory and The Book of Burning (Sanctuary/Noise)
VA - 100 Tears - A Tribute to the Cure (Cleopatra)
VA Metal Maniacs Presents... - Deranged (Spitfire)
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Hello all [06 Apr 2002|12:53am]

djwickwild
[ mood | happy ]

I know the community isn't as boomin as we hoped it would be, but I just placed another add in the Community_Promo place here in LJ, and hopefully we'll get a little larger fan base... Soulfly1974, has pretty much been keeping the blood pumping in this community, thank you to him, I also thank all the members that have joined the community, remember all the community members are here to answer questions as well as ask them!

thanx,
BenScott...

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New Releases for 04/02 [01 Apr 2002|12:28pm]

soulfly1974
36 Crazyfists - Bitterness the Star (Roadrunner)
Apex Theory - Topsy-Turvy (DreamWorks)
Ashanti - Ashanti (clean & explicit versions) (Def Jam)
The Fant�mas Melvins Big Band - Millennium Monsterworks (Ipecac)
Medication - Medication (EP) (Locomotive)
Juice Newton - Every Road Leads Back to You (two-CD live set w/four new songs) (Image)
VA - Rarewerks, Vol. 2 (w/Fatboy Slim, Chemical Brothers and others) (Astralwerks)

Vault Releases
Foreigner - 4 / Foreigner (Rhino)
Ghostface Killah - Hits (Epic)
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers - Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers / You�re Gonna Get It (Warner Archives/Rhino)
The Plasmatics - Coup de Grace (Plasmatics Media)
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Wow... [30 Mar 2002|02:45am]

soulfly1974
[ mood | happy ]

Didn't knew my CD's were in such a demand...

Here's the ones I've made so far:
- The Doors Anthology
- HP73V3N
- The Big Cover-Up III
- Anthrax: Rare Thrax

Plus, there's a live one I burned called 'Live From The Mosh Pit' and a compilation of songs from movies called 'Matinee Music II' (but that one' still in the pre-production stage). It makes me feel good that people actually like the songs I choose for the compilations and shit. It indicates that I must be doing something good.

Fuck, I'm so full of myself!!!

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[29 Mar 2002|03:51am]

soulfly1974
[ mood | happy ]

Portishead's performance with the 30-piece New York Philharmonic at New York's Roseland Ballroom in July 1997 will be released on DVD on April 30. "PNYC" will include the entire show, which featured favorites such as "Cowboys" and "Sour Times," along with an unreleased acoustic version of "Wandering Star," short films for "To Kill a Dead Man" and "Road Trip," a documentary on the performance and additional tour footage.

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"Awesoma power!!!" - Billiam [28 Mar 2002|04:25pm]

soulfly1974


Nickelback, Saliva, Pearl Jam Members Make 'Hero' Sandwich For Spidey


Now, if they get the Planet Us song in the soundtrack (the supergroup with Sammy hagar, Neal Schon, Michael Anthony and Deen Castronovo) I'll die a happy man.
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This album looks promising [26 Mar 2002|03:54pm]

soulfly1974
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WTF??? [25 Mar 2002|05:50pm]

soulfly1974
[ mood | crushed ]



Chris Cornell Quits New Rage Project
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New Releases for March 26 [22 Mar 2002|02:26pm]

soulfly1974
[ mood | creative ]

All 4 One - A41 (w/cover of Andy Gibbs� "I Just Want to Be Your Everything") (AMC)
Marc Anthony - Mended (Columbia)
Big Head Todd and the Monsters - Riviera (Big/Warner Bros.)
Celine Dion - A New Day Has Come (Epic)
Down - II (Elektra)
Eazy-E - The Godfather of Gangsta Rap (Ruthless/Epic)
Funkmaster Flex - Volume V (Loud)
Gerardo - Fame, Sex y Dinero (English and Spanish versions) (Thump)
Ghostface Killah - Bulletproof Wallets [re-issue, brand-new track](Epic)
Hatebreed - Perseverance (clean & explicit versions) Universal)
Iron Maiden - Rock in Rio (two CDs) (Columbia)
Roberto Perera - Sensual (Heads Up)
The Steve Morse Band - Split Decision [Dixie Dreggs / Kansas / Deep Purple guitarist](Magna Carta)
Andrew W.K. - I Get Wet (Island)
Pete Yorn - Live (Columbia)
Neil Young - Are You Passionate? (Reprise)
VA - MTV TRL: Best of Pop (UTV)
VA - The Best of Narada New Age (Narada)
VA - Urban Knights Presents: The Chicago Project (Narada Jazz)
VA - WWF Forceable Entry (Smackdown/Columbia)
OST - Murda Muzik (music by Mobb Deep; clean & explicit versions) (Loud)
OST - National Lampoon�s Van Wilder (Ultimatum Music)
OST - The Scorpion King (w/Creed, P.O.D. and others) (Universal)

Vault Releases
Gregg Allman - 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection (Polydor)
Babyface - The Ultimate (two CDs) (Epic/Legacy)
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - The Collection: Vols. 1 & 2 (Epic)
Nick Carter (of Backstreet Boys) - Before the Boys: 1989-1993 (Hip-O)
Cheap Trick - Live at Budokan (Epic/Legacy) / Music for Hangovers (Rhino)
Dixie Dregs - 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection (Mercury)
G Love & Special Sauce - Hits (Epic/Nation)
Corey Hart - Classic Masters (EMI)
Iron Maiden - Fear of the Dark / Iron Maiden / Killers / Live After Death / Live at Donington / No Prayer for the Dying / Number of the Beast / Piece of Mind / A Real Dead One / A Real Live One / Powerslave / Seventh Son of a Seventh Son / Somewhere in Time / Virtual XI / X-Factor (Sanctuary/Metal-Is)
Missing Persons - Classic Masters (Capitol) / Lost Tracks (from 1980-2001 w/recent live tracks) (One Way)
Ted Nugent - The Ultimate (two CDs) (Epic/Legacy)
Ozzy Osbourne - Blizzard of Ozz / Diary of a Madman / No More Tears / Tribute (Epic)
Billy Squier - Classic Masters (Capitol)
VA - Big Pimpin� (Capitol/Priority)
VA - Platinum Hits II (Columbia)
VA - Pure Moods IV (Virgin)
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[22 Mar 2002|01:35pm]

soulfly1974


Filter To Rage Against The Machine On New Album
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