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Old 04-14-2008, 11:16 AM
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You two are back at the deep dark world of noise art again !
Good thing I'm leaving in a few hours..should I take a black pill B4 perhaps ??

My friends, please be good and keep on rockin
I'll be driving for the next week or so all over NY state. Hitting Hudson Valley, NJ ( will take Soprano location shots) and finally the Big Apple..
Few friends along the way..

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Have a great trip Andrew....Be safe + tell Tony Soprano I said hey.

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That's a cannelloni there Mr. DL


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Man..
You two are back at the deep dark world of noise art again !
Good thing I'm leaving in a few hours..should I take a black pill B4 perhaps ??

My friends, please be good and keep on rockin
I'll be driving for the next week or so all over NY state. Hitting Hudson Valley, NJ ( will take Soprano location shots) and finally the Big Apple..
Few friends along the way..

later,
andrew



So what are you up to? Just general gangbanging?
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Old 04-14-2008, 02:35 PM
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So what are you up to? Just general gangbanging?
>> Dude..Occasionally it serves the brain good to get out and travel. And..weather is nice, wife has some days off and we've friends due for visiting for the longest time.
Looking at some good gear deals as well.
Never truly explored NY that much before.

..nothing special really
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Like him or not, his riffs are probably amongst the most influential at the time
Subjective as that is, I think what was more influential was his ideologies, albeit, lack of. He had a vision, a vision of what Black Metal should be and he used Mayhem as his vehicle. For instance, he basically killed Per Yngve Ohlin and used his death to springboard his own selfish vision. The guy was a megalomaniac, caught up in his own self projected grandeur ...and yes your right people did buy it, Dark Throne - Soulside Journey (Peaceville Records - which I still have) was Death Metal, Emperor formerly known as Thou Shalt Suffer, Death Metal, these amongst others were the real substance of the scene, but they also brought into his vision. And so it began, the begining of the end. Hence Avant-garde.







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Like him or not, his riffs are probably amongst the most influential at the time
Subjective as that is, I think what was more influential was his ideologies, albeit, lack of. He had a vision, a vision of what Black Metal should be and he used Mayhem as his vehicle. For instance, he basically killed Per Yngve Ohlin and used his death to springboard his own selfish vision. The guy was a megalomaniac, caught up in his own self projected grandeur ...and yes your right people did buy it, Dark Throne - Soulside Journey (Peaceville Records - which I still have) was Death Metal, Emperor formerly known as Thou Shalt Suffer, Death Metal, these amongst others were the real substance of the scene, but they also brought into his vision. And so it began, the begining of the end. Hence Avant-garde.
Wow... Talk about being subjective and making a lot of assumptions

So what do you think of Frank Zappa?
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>> Dude..Occasionally it serves the brain good to get out and travel. And..weather is nice, wife has some days off and we've friends due for visiting for the longest time.
Looking at some good gear deals as well.
Never truly explored NY that much before.

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Sounds good man. I've never explored NY either
I probably should go to the US soon as I've planned for a long time. It's a great time to score gear. Gear is much more expensive here in Europe and the dollar is weaker than... a really weak thing!

Recorded any decent bands lately? Do you like Frank Zappa? (could be my new catch phrase )
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Subjective as that is, I think what was more influential was his ideologies, albeit, lack of. He had a vision, a vision of what Black Metal should be and he used Mayhem as his vehicle. For instance, he basically killed Per Yngve Ohlin and used his death to springboard his own selfish vision. The guy was a megalomaniac, caught up in his own self projected grandeur ...and yes your right people did buy it, Dark Throne - Soulside Journey (Peaceville Records - which I still have) was Death Metal, Emperor formerly known as Thou Shalt Suffer, Death Metal, these amongst others were the real substance of the scene, but they also brought into his vision. And so it began, the begining of the end. Hence Avant-garde.
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Wow... Talk about being subjective and making a lot of assumptions
Hi Stiff, actually, I'm not the first to conclude that.


Zappa!? Frank Zappa ...who?








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Hi Stiff, actually, I'm not the first to conclude that.
I know. But that doesn't mean I think it's right


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Is it possible to talk avant-garde without mentioning Frank Zappa?!
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