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1  Forum / Random Crap / itunes help? on: August 23, 2007, 08:05:49 pm
Does anyone know how to move my songs from itunes on my desktop to a laptop?  Can I just plug my ipod into the laptop and the songs will be on there?
2  Forum / General Discussions / Anyone going to the Pittsburgh show? on: August 22, 2007, 10:26:11 pm
Last year a big group of my friends went and we had a great time.  This year I have two extra tickets and no one can go because their all moving into the dorms/apartments during the weekend.  I really wish they wouldn't have this late in the year but I'll try to have fun anyway.  Cant pass up LOG, hatebreed, and DD for free.
3  Forum / General Discussions / end of summer/fall/winter tours! on: August 22, 2007, 08:39:35 pm
I really want to go to Machine head and Arch enemy but I cant get anyone to travel 3 hours with me and its a long ride to take alone.
4  Forum / General Discussions / Cradle of Filth on: August 20, 2007, 09:11:21 pm
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Darkest_of_Nights said: What i wanna know, is what is so wrong with "Mainstream" metal....what is so negative about it? It is still good music, just because it become popular its not longer any good? I dunno...to each their own.
Yeah theres always going to be people who think its cool to listen to really obscure and bad bands to make them feel special.  On the other hand Cradle of Filth are horrible.
5  Forum / General Discussions / a huge day for metal tomorrover on: August 20, 2007, 09:06:04 pm
The only thing that is more funny then that being a "huge day for metal" is how you decided to butcher the spelling of tomorrow.
6  Forum / General Discussions / albums that are a complete masterpeice on: August 19, 2007, 09:26:44 am
In Flames-Clayman=
Andres Friden uses one of the most unique voices in metal to go with some of the most catchy riffs. It gives you the best of both worlds of Swedish death metal and the mainstream sound they would later take on.  

Lamb of God-Ashes of the Wake=
I have heard a lot of people try to classify Lamb of God in a lot different ways but what ever sound they where going for it was perfected with this album. Aggressive but also unique vocals from randy. Combined with brutal and catchy guitar work.
 
Machine Head- The Blackening=
A great thrash record with epic songs that all seem to fit the album but never seem to sound the same.  With awesome guitar solos through out.

Metallica- Master of Puppets =
Metallica at their best.
7  Forum / Random Crap / Which would you prefer? on: August 18, 2007, 07:51:31 pm
My friends factor in a lot with the girls I choose to be seen with. It would be hard to be seen with a bigger girl and know the harassment I would get from my friends forever.

I know I shouldn't base a girl on what my friends think but it factors in and thats the reality of it.
8  Forum / General Discussions / anybody with madden 08........ on: August 18, 2007, 01:01:47 pm
Don't play on all-madden.  all-pro and below you have to move the right analog to use qb vision.  Either that or man up play with it on.
9  Forum / General Discussions / avenged sevenfold second album teaser on: August 18, 2007, 09:42:13 am
Wow thats bad.  They should stick to making teen pop rock.  I like the little political rant in the middle of the song because no one has done that before.
10  Forum / Random Crap / The Wall Of Death on: August 17, 2007, 10:09:35 pm
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TheWallOfDeath666 said: whos black label. and if i was in it i would not be in the middle or front lines, probaly third row.

Who's black label?
Black Label is the song the wall of death is usually performed during. Lamb of God have been told not to incourage it because of people getting hurt.  






EMO GUYS PISS ME OFF::stare
EMO GIRLS ON THE OTHER HAND:::finger
11  Forum / General Discussions / Is DEVILDRIVER 'The Next PANTERA'? on: August 17, 2007, 10:01:23 pm
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vikingpower said:
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LordSimen said: I thought people said this abuot Lamb of God...
no, no one i know ever has said that
It was on the cover of some magazine a while ago.  It a picture of Randy on it and it said "Lamb of God the next Pantera?"  or something along those lines.
12  Forum / General Discussions / Best LoG album on: August 17, 2007, 03:08:59 pm
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mburden1216 said: 1. Ashes of the Wake
2. As the Palaces Burn
3. Sacrament
Thats how I would rate them.
13  Forum / General Discussions / DOWN Signs Worldwide Deal (Ex North America) With ROADRUNNER RECORDS on: August 17, 2007, 11:15:48 am
Now if they could make some good music
14  Forum / Listening Room / The Blackening on: August 13, 2007, 04:07:57 pm
I haven't seen to many people talk about Machine head or this album.  Its one of the best Metal records I have ever heard.
15  Forum / General Discussions / Whos going to Pittsburgh? on: August 12, 2007, 10:59:48 am
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your_worst_nightmare said:
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redneckmetal59 said:
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your_worst_nightmare said: the only way i would go to shitsburgh is if someone paid me.  that city sucks ass and is full of morons
Wow thats so clever how you put shit in front of Pittsburgh to make Shitsburgh. I can understand how people are  jealous of people who live in Pittsburgh or on of the surrounding areas. With its hardworking past, present day livability standards and of course  its one of the best sports towns in America.    

Any ways I'm going but most friends I went with last year aren't because its so close to school.  Almost everyone is moving into the dorms or apartments that weekend.

coming from a person with the sn redneck metal.  your further my point.

i went to college out there and if people didn't have a personality then it was that they didn't have an IQ higher than 90.
I'm not sure what my sn has to do with it but alright.  You can keep your idiotic and ignorant self out of the Pittsburgh area.  This will make both Pittsburgh and you happy.
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