Saturday, July 14, 2007

What's coming up?

It's been a busy week at work and another busy one coming up, but then I go on vacation. The final Harry Potter book will come out at the end of the week. I volunteered to work that nightand people can get their books at midnight. I may go in costume, but I am not sure about that yet.

The Trans-American Metal Mondays continues and this Monday it will be Faster Pussycat's debut getting reviewed. Also I hope to have out....

-Van Halen-Diver Down review
-Who were they? It's one of the best metal bands you may have never heard of. It will be the astounding Medieval.
-Over/under
-Judge the album cover

***Here are some "last of" questions for you.

1-What was the last album you listened to?
2-Name the last artist you heard where you thought they were not very good.
3-What was the last album you bought new? The last one you bought used?

20 Comments:

Blogger aXe mAn said...

Sounds like a great week! I'm really looking forward to the review of Faster Pussycat's debut!


1. Last Album I Listened to:
Kix "Hot Wire"

2. Last Artist I heard that weren't very good:
U2 (I was in the car, and they came on my local radio station! Ahhh! lol)

3. -Last Album I Bought New:
Lordi "Hard Rock Hallejuah"
-Last Album I Bought Used:
Kix "Hot Wire" & Faster Pussycat "Greatest Hits"

7:45 PM  
Anonymous Ray Gillen, RIP said...

1. Last album I listened to was Savatage "Hall of the Mountain King."

2. The last group I heard that I didn't think were very good was Fates Warning. Always heard a lot about them, bought "Awaken the Guardian"...not that impressed.

3. Last album I bought new: Brian Posehn: Live in Nerd Rage. Great metal comedian!

Last album I bought used: Janes Addiction "Nothings Shocking"

8:50 PM  
Anonymous Rhodeislandrock said...

1. I just finished listening to Q5 - Steel The Light (1984).

2. The last artist I heard that I thought blew was Fall Out Boy. I just heard a 3 song block on the way home from work and I thought it was one continuous tune.

If we are talking a Metal band, I'd have to say 3 Inches Of Blood, but they are growing on me..

3. New: Ozzy - Black Rain
Used: Twisted Sister - Club Daze Vol. 1

Steve
Heavy Metal Addiction

11:17 PM  
Blogger The Mule said...

1. Neurosis—Given to the Rising
2. Probably some kid on Canadian Idol!
3. New: Pig Destroyer—Phantom Limb, Black Bonzo—Sound of the Apocalypse (tie, came in the same mail order). Used: Golden Earring—Moontan.

12:28 AM  
Blogger Metal Mark said...

1-Last album I listened to was Twisted Sister's You can't stop rock and roll.

2-I listened to Odin's "Don't take no" or an answer and wasn't too big on it.

3-The last thing I bought new was the new Megadeth.
The last thing I bought used was Shy-Brave the storm.

4:05 AM  
Blogger Hard Rock Hideout said...

1. Warrant - Dog Eat Dog

2. Faster Pussycat - That disc I reviewed last week was awful.

3. Last album (well CD) that I bought new is a disc by a new Australian band called Airborne. I am still waiting for that one to arrive.

6:49 AM  
Blogger ~JJ! said...

Just letting you know I'm still reading..I've moved blog locations and usernames...But I'm still the same Janet as always.

The last album I listened to was Dav Navaorro's Solo: Trust No One. I happen to like it.

Other than that I've been very involved with my iPod and haven't listened to anything I don't like...I just bought Queens Greatest hits for it though!

11:30 AM  
Anonymous Bruce said...

1. 10,000 Days- Tool
2. I've never understood the draw of The White Stripes.
3. I bought both Rush's "Snakes and Arrows" and Alice in Chains' "The Hits" on the same day about a month or so ago.
Never bought any used stuff; that I know of...

1:48 PM  
Blogger bob_vinyl said...

1. Chuck Ragan - The Blueprint Sessions
2. Landonband (it was a promo I got in the mail)
3. New: I just ordered several albums from No Idea Records last night, but they aren't here yet. Chuck Ragan live album and the new Against me were the highlights.
Used: I just won five records on ebay today: two U2 12 inches, Burning Sensations s/t, Chuck D, etc - At Least America Indian People Know Exactly How They've Been Fucked Around, and the Commundards - "Don't Leave Me This Way" 12 inch.

By the way axe man, if you don't think U2 are very good, you're not listening. That's almost like saying the Beatles aren't very good. You don't have to like them, but it is a fact that they are very, very good.

7:29 PM  
Blogger aXe mAn said...

Very good at what?

8:14 PM  
Blogger aXe mAn said...

...U2 is one of the most overated bands of all time.(in my opinion). But, I'm sure Bob, that you'll respond back to this with another one of your long and boring lectures...

8:16 PM  
Blogger captain corky said...

Any chance we can see a pic of your costume?

4:27 AM  
Blogger Metal Mark said...

captain corky-Likely it will be shirt,tie, black pants, black shoes and a black graduation robe to serve as my "wizard robes". I may make a wand to take with me. Not too fancy I am afraid.

4:42 AM  
Blogger Ray Van Horn, Jr. said...

Last album listened to on the way home today from seeing Transformers: Weedeater - God Luck and Good Speed

Last artist I heard not too good: Blutch

Last album bought new: new Bad Brains, QOTSA and Beastie Boys

Last album bought used: Doro - Calling the Wild

2:48 PM  
Blogger bob_vinyl said...

Axe man, no need for a lecture, because it's common knowledge. If you're curious though, a few months ago I wrote about U2 for a week and that should should explain things. Most of the bands you like are living in the past while U2 continues to reshape rock music just as they have for almost 30 years. Kix couldn't even impact their own genre. Sad, sad, sad.

3:22 PM  
Blogger aXe mAn said...

Bob, you like what you like, and I like what I like. But, what I don't understand is why you always try to start an argument...

So, whatever you say is true...right Bob? They are "living in the past"? Where did you get that information? That is just your opinion...not a fact.

7:33 PM  
Blogger aXe mAn said...

Oh yeah, one more thing Bob. A lot of my bands/artists are making a come back. For example, Ozzy's new album, "Black Rain", reached #1 on the Billboard album charts. And Velvet Revolver's new album, "Libertad", reached number 5 on the Billboard charts.
Also, Bon Jovi's new album "Lost Highway" has done very well.
Bands like Def Leppard, Megadeth, Heaven & Hell(sabbath), are touring, making new music and STILL selling out arenas all over the world. They are hardly "living in the past".

7:38 PM  
Blogger aXe mAn said...

Oh yeah! Bob....
I keep on thinking of more replies to your stupid comments!!!
....

Whey you said "the bands i like",
See, that is what you don't get, you like your bands...but I LOVE mine.

7:57 PM  
Blogger The Lone Beader said...

Metal Mark! Thanks for stoppin by my blog today:)

Here are my answers:
1. Anathema - Judgement (I know, you're surprised it wasn't Porcupine Tree. LOL)

2. Red Hot Chili Peppers. LOL!

3. Last album I bought new: The Doors - Morrison Hotel
Last album I bought used: The Best of The Doors.

Lata!

5:23 PM  
Blogger The Lone Beader said...

Ok, I'm back just to say that I agree with Bob Vinyl about U2....

And, last I checked, Def Leppard & Megadeth were playing tents that hold approx. 5000... NOT arenas...

However, U2 can sell out a stadium every night of the week anywhere they go in the world...

5:39 PM  

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