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    had it in the ear before
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    I don't mind stealing bread from the mouths of decadence ~ Temple of the Dog

    i'm a sucker for Mike McCready, Chris and Eddie aint bad either IMHO

    you might as well have gone to Taco Bell and had a Zima while dropping a blotter and snorting Tabasco. OMFG. ~ttug

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    I remember when that album came out. It was fantastic.


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    Still one of my favorites.

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    Meh...never was much of a grunge fan. I still think Nirvana was way overrated and there are only about 3 Pearl Jam songs I can stand. I hate Eddie's yowling.\

    This song is pretty good...fairly recent

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgkkvtVuBDE
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bocephus Jones II
    I still think Nirvana was way overrated...
    Agreed!

    I really like that Temple of the Dog cd. I think the backstory of it makes it more compelling as well.
    "Indecision may or may not be my problem."

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    the ring-tailed lemurs are dancing to the music.

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    * not actually waterproof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Creakyknees
    the ring-tailed lemurs are dancing to the music.

    Creaky the Lounge memester strikes again.
    "I regard the brain as a computer which will stop working when its components fail. There is no heaven or afterlife for broken down computers; that is a fairy story for people afraid of the dark." -S. Hawking

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    Quote Originally Posted by tconrady
    Agreed!

    I really like that Temple of the Dog cd. I think the backstory of it makes it more compelling as well.
    listening to the whole album right now and it's great, i wouldnt cull one tune.

    //Bojo, get ur old arse out of this thread and go listen to some Kenny Chesney
    you might as well have gone to Taco Bell and had a Zima while dropping a blotter and snorting Tabasco. OMFG. ~ttug

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    Stone Temple Jam Pearls. Sounds the same, like a sheep singing, “baaaaah!! bahhhh!!!”. Never got into either band since they sounded the same. I think I was hardcore into Primus at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gutfiddle

    //Bojo, get ur old arse out of this thread and go listen to some Kenny Chesney
    "I regard the brain as a computer which will stop working when its components fail. There is no heaven or afterlife for broken down computers; that is a fairy story for people afraid of the dark." -S. Hawking

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    oh no you didnt!!

    i love TRYING to play this song

    you might as well have gone to Taco Bell and had a Zima while dropping a blotter and snorting Tabasco. OMFG. ~ttug

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    this one too.

    you might as well have gone to Taco Bell and had a Zima while dropping a blotter and snorting Tabasco. OMFG. ~ttug

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    "But I can't feed on the powerless when my cups already overfilled"

    Thats deep stuff man.

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    Its funny. Yesterday I saw this thread title, but didn't read the thread. Got in the car to go home and that song came on immediately.

    The Lounge controls my radio!!!
    Its not over till you're underground


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    Quote Originally Posted by HokieRider
    Its funny. Yesterday I saw this thread title, but didn't read the thread. Got in the car to go home and that song came on immediately.

    The Lounge controls my radio!!!
    next time you dont respond to my thread it will shut ur whole car down.
    you might as well have gone to Taco Bell and had a Zima while dropping a blotter and snorting Tabasco. OMFG. ~ttug

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    Lets Go Hokies!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gutfiddle
    next time you dont respond to my thread it will shut ur whole car down.
    Aw man.....
    Its not over till you're underground


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    so back in the day

    I (and Svend) had this roomate named Kathy. Great gal, was a circus performer/teacher, did balloon installs at events and occasionally sold swag for my band. She also worked at the Open Air Amphitheatre during summer concert series. She had this pal named ed, cool kid. He worked there too, and was a total music fanatic. From working backstage he met tons of bands and became friends with a few of them. One was the original drummer from the Chili Peppers who left after Hillel died. Anyhow Jack (from RHCP) gets an offer to join a new band up in Seattle, they too are rising from the death of a member. Jack is a little too frail still and says "No thanks but I think I have your singer"
    So my friend Kathy's Pal Ed goes up to Seattle. Now many evenings Ed would call for Kathy just to chat and she wouldn't be home but Svend and I would get to talk to him.
    Was usually something like this
    "Hullo, is Kathy there?"
    "No Eddy she's at work, how's it going?"
    "Pretty cool, things are working out pretty well, and uh, uh, can you tell Kathy that I, well I had dinner with Chris Cornell last night"
    "Sure Eddy"
    "Thanks man, how's the surf?"
    "2-3 foot and clean, small but fun"
    "Cool man, bye"
    guy was just a music nut/fan and got himself in the right spot at the right time
    good on him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by atpjunkie
    I (and Svend) had this roomate named Kathy. Great gal, was a circus performer/teacher, did balloon installs at events and occasionally sold swag for my band. She also worked at the Open Air Amphitheatre during summer concert series. She had this pal named ed, cool kid. He worked there too, and was a total music fanatic. From working backstage he met tons of bands and became friends with a few of them. One was the original drummer from the Chili Peppers who left after Hillel died. Anyhow Jack (from RHCP) gets an offer to join a new band up in Seattle, they too are rising from the death of a member. Jack is a little too frail still and says "No thanks but I think I have your singer"
    So my friend Kathy's Pal Ed goes up to Seattle. Now many evenings Ed would call for Kathy just to chat and she wouldn't be home but Svend and I would get to talk to him.
    Was usually something like this
    "Hullo, is Kathy there?"
    "No Eddy she's at work, how's it going?"
    "Pretty cool, things are working out pretty well, and uh, uh, can you tell Kathy that I, well I had dinner with Chris Cornell last night"
    "Sure Eddy"
    "Thanks man, how's the surf?"
    "2-3 foot and clean, small but fun"
    "Cool man, bye"
    guy was just a music nut/fan and got himself in the right spot at the right time
    good on him.
    pool table in the garage....4 blocks to the surf.... that was a Great house

    / wonder if Kathy still has the media kit with the demo tape he sent her...
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    true story

    I still have that demo tape that EV gave me and the Bad Radio stuff...too bad he has become such a douche rock star.....and he named a song after me.

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    i love that album. i think thats the only song my brother and i have played on guitar together.
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    yeah, and a few weekends ago i was smoking a bowl w/ Neil Young putting a model train set together and he let me play Hank Sr's Martin.
    you might as well have gone to Taco Bell and had a Zima while dropping a blotter and snorting Tabasco. OMFG. ~ttug

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    Quote Originally Posted by gutfiddle
    yeah, and a few weekends ago i was smoking a bowl w/ Neil Young putting a model train set together and he let me play Hank Sr's Martin.
    A friend of mine hooked Neil up with some pot back in the 70s when Neil was visiting Vale CO and got to hang out and chat with him for an evening. Apparently Neil was really cool and way into organic farming.

    True story.

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