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Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Posted: 25 Nov 2017, 7:56pm
by Marky Dread
Mimi wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 7:37pm
Marky Dread wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 7:36pm
Mimi wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 3:09pm
Listening to Elvis Costello in the car got me speeding ticket. Dammit. I never speed and the one time I'm bopping along to Pump It Up and I get busted.
Could've been worse you could've been bopping along to Busted. ;)
I should have been watching the detectives a little better.
Excellent. :mrgreen:

Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Posted: 25 Nov 2017, 10:35pm
by Wolter
Dr. Medulla wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 7:55pm
Wolter wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 7:16pm
Judas Priest is an automatic 10mph boost to my speed.
Lovin' the turbo? (I'm so sorry for that.)
Here’s where I admit I have warm feelings for that admittedly not good song, as it was the first Priest song I heard.

Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Posted: 26 Nov 2017, 9:42am
by Dr. Medulla
Wolter wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 10:35pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 7:55pm
Wolter wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 7:16pm
Judas Priest is an automatic 10mph boost to my speed.
Lovin' the turbo? (I'm so sorry for that.)
Here’s where I admit I have warm feelings for that admittedly not good song, as it was the first Priest song I heard.
Good lord. And you continued to listen to Priest with that intro? I was never a fan at all, but I remember how devastated a couple friends were when it came out. They thought SFV and DotF were the greatest albums ever recorded and Turbo just let the air out. (I wouldn't be surprised if Halford coming out sent them headlong into country music.)

Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Posted: 26 Nov 2017, 11:25am
by revbob
Wolter wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 10:35pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 7:55pm
Wolter wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 7:16pm
Judas Priest is an automatic 10mph boost to my speed.
Lovin' the turbo? (I'm so sorry for that.)
Here’s where I admit I have warm feelings for that admittedly not good song, as it was the first Priest song I heard.
Im surprised you wouldn't have at heard Breakin the Law or Living After Midnight at least in passing before Turbo Lover.

Side note and merits of the song aside how many people approved the production of that awful video. Mid 80s and lots of coke I suppose had something to do with it.

Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Posted: 26 Nov 2017, 11:32am
by Dr. Medulla
revbob wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 11:25am
Side note and merits of the song aside how many people approved the production of that awful video. Mid 80s and lots of coke I suppose had something to do with it.
Mainstream success and bigger budgets really fucked with metal's essence as outsider music. In the same way, really, that huge sales in the late 60s and early 70s turned a more vibrant rock scene into the horrible dinosaur and prog stuff.

Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Posted: 26 Nov 2017, 1:36pm
by revbob
Dr. Medulla wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 11:32am
revbob wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 11:25am
Side note and merits of the song aside how many people approved the production of that awful video. Mid 80s and lots of coke I suppose had something to do with it.
Mainstream success and bigger budgets really fucked with metal's essence as outsider music. In the same way, really, that huge sales in the late 60s and early 70s turned a more vibrant rock scene into the horrible dinosaur and prog stuff.
Yeah very true. By the end of high school, metal had gone pretty mainstream with hair and glam metal and a lot of tbe earlier core metalheads had been turning to speed metal.

Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Posted: 26 Nov 2017, 8:09pm
by revbob
This Grey Cup is a real barn burner. Eh?

Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Posted: 26 Nov 2017, 8:23pm
by Dr. Medulla
revbob wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 8:09pm
This Grey Cup is a real barn burner. Eh?
Despite the snow, I can't be bothered to watch. Team from Alberta versus team from Toronto. Blech. People willing to sit in the cold to watch a game are loony.

Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Posted: 26 Nov 2017, 8:50pm
by revbob
Dr. Medulla wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 8:23pm
revbob wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 8:09pm
This Grey Cup is a real barn burner. Eh?
Despite the snow, I can't be bothered to watch. Team from Alberta versus team from Toronto. Blech. People willing to sit in the cold to watch a game are loony.
Its down to the 3 min warning. And Shania Twain is the half time entertainment Is she like english speaking Canada's Celine Dion?

LOL, my wife for real just asked if one of the players was a woman

Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Posted: 26 Nov 2017, 8:56pm
by Dr. Medulla
revbob wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 8:50pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 8:23pm
revbob wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 8:09pm
This Grey Cup is a real barn burner. Eh?
Despite the snow, I can't be bothered to watch. Team from Alberta versus team from Toronto. Blech. People willing to sit in the cold to watch a game are loony.
Its down to the 3 min warning. And Shania Twain is the half time entertainment Is she like english speaking Canada's Celine Dion?

LOL, my wife for real just asked if one of the players was a woman
I have, quite literallly, not heard about Shania Twain in a good decade. I would have guessed she had retired. Hope she's bundled up.

Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Posted: 26 Nov 2017, 11:14pm
by Wolter
revbob wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 11:25am
Wolter wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 10:35pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 7:55pm
Wolter wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 7:16pm
Judas Priest is an automatic 10mph boost to my speed.
Lovin' the turbo? (I'm so sorry for that.)
Here’s where I admit I have warm feelings for that admittedly not good song, as it was the first Priest song I heard.
Im surprised you wouldn't have at heard Breakin the Law or Living After Midnight at least in passing before Turbo Lover.

Side note and merits of the song aside how many people approved the production of that awful video. Mid 80s and lots of coke I suppose had something to do with it.
I was 10 when it came out.

Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Posted: 27 Nov 2017, 12:31am
by Marky Dread
Wolter wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 11:14pm
revbob wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 11:25am
Wolter wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 10:35pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 7:55pm
Wolter wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 7:16pm
Judas Priest is an automatic 10mph boost to my speed.
Lovin' the turbo? (I'm so sorry for that.)
Here’s where I admit I have warm feelings for that admittedly not good song, as it was the first Priest song I heard.
Im surprised you wouldn't have at heard Breakin the Law or Living After Midnight at least in passing before Turbo Lover.

Side note and merits of the song aside how many people approved the production of that awful video. Mid 80s and lots of coke I suppose had something to do with it.
I was 10 when it came out.
IMCT = CtC, Judas Priest & Starship. It's all you ever need.

Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Posted: 27 Nov 2017, 7:07am
by revbob
Wolter wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 11:14pm
revbob wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 11:25am
Wolter wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 10:35pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 7:55pm
Wolter wrote:
25 Nov 2017, 7:16pm
Judas Priest is an automatic 10mph boost to my speed.
Lovin' the turbo? (I'm so sorry for that.)
Here’s where I admit I have warm feelings for that admittedly not good song, as it was the first Priest song I heard.
Im surprised you wouldn't have at heard Breakin the Law or Living After Midnight at least in passing before Turbo Lover.

Side note and merits of the song aside how many people approved the production of that awful video. Mid 80s and lots of coke I suppose had something to do with it.
I was 10 when it came out.
Perspective. That makes a lot more sense now.

Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Posted: 27 Nov 2017, 7:17am
by Silent Majority
After a pointless time in the punk trenches - like a dude holding a gun in the Somme in the 1950s - I've grown to really enjoy the Judas Priests and the Iron Maidens of the world. "This stuff," I'd spit "is only a paltry 89% musically like the punk rock I like so much."

Re: Return of the Mighty Observations Thread

Posted: 27 Nov 2017, 8:33am
by Marky Dread
Silent Majority wrote:
27 Nov 2017, 7:17am
After a pointless time in the punk trenches - like a dude holding a gun in the Somme in the 1950s - I've grown to really enjoy the Judas Priests and the Iron Maidens of the world. "This stuff," I'd spit "is only a paltry 89% musically like the punk rock I like so much."
Room enough musically for everything. Problem for me I've got too many great punk rock bands to listen to before I go breakin' the law. ;)