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    one of their newest....

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    MORE!!



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    Trivia question. Can't resist...

    On tonight's episode of the game show
    Jeopardy!, the category for the "Final Jeopardy" question was... ROCK & ROLL! And the question was (slightly rephrased):

    A restaurant chain took its name from a British rock group's fourth #1 hit, this 1967 song.

    What was the song?

    (Hint: It's been posted in this topic.)

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    For today 2 great songs from bands which weren't on our list
    Amethyste 'mano, I could've sworn that I posted some Grand Funk Railroad 2-3 weeks ago. Major thumbs up for An American Band, I had an extreme classic moment listening to that fine old song.


    Tessluv, I had to think hard to come up with a follow for that extreme Gothic set. But, in the end, it was almost too easy. And aside from Black Sabbath, I believe this is a first post for this Rock legend:




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    Default Nazareth - Hair of the Dog

    And didn't I just post something by Nazareth a few days ago? Man... I must be getting senile.

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    Just for grins.
    Warmin' up my air guitar...






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    ... it really goes without saying that goth rock and culture go waaay beyond the rigid definition of a single subcategory of rock music...
    Touché. Amen and pass the black facepaint.

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    Ok so....Moon one of my favorite pure-Goth bands.....
    Sisters of Mercy, Lucretia. Girl, that tunage rocks like nobody's bidness.

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    (@Amethyste) And your upload of Crazy, omg the sound quality! Awesome! really well done!!
    Eh? What did I miss?

    At any rate, kudos for My Sharona too man. Rock on, rock on, rock on!
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    @Teshka Sisters of Mercy

    Quote Originally Posted by MoonRide*r* View Post
    Trivia question. Can't resist...

    On tonight's episode of the game show
    Jeopardy!, the category for the "Final Jeopardy" question was... ROCK & ROLL! And the question was (slightly rephrased):

    A restaurant chain took its name from a British rock group's fourth #1 hit, this 1967 song.

    What was the song?

    (Hint: It's been posted in this topic.)
    Do you mean this one? http://fikklefame.com/final-jeopardy-10-27-14/

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    For today 2 pretty normal choices and then a rather strange one ....



    "Gilgamesh, where are you hurrying to?
    You will never find that life for which you are looking.
    When the gods created man they allotted to him death,
    but life they retained in their own keeping"

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    "Gilgamesh, where are you hurrying to?
    You will never find that life for which you are looking.
    When the gods created man they allotted to him death,
    but life they retained in their own keeping"

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    I'm still not sure about the reason I wanted to post this totally strange ballad, I just thought it as a must have in the list.
    Well to my ears, obviously, this sounds rock enough.




    "Gilgamesh, where are you hurrying to?
    You will never find that life for which you are looking.
    When the gods created man they allotted to him death,
    but life they retained in their own keeping"

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    Marianne Faithfull, I had heard her name before but didn't know anything at all about her, and so I read up. Yes I agree, she defo belongs here in this collection
    And she's a Hapsburg! descendant of the dynasty through her maternal grandfather. And so we have even more aristocracy in our presence

    Quote Originally Posted by MoonRide*r* View Post
    Just for grins.
    Warmin' up my air guitar...
    oooh shieze FOUR guitars!!


    IN eXceSs ^.^



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    Default E.L.O. - Sweet Talkin' Woman

    Heard this one on Sat radio yesterday....Moon I understand more and more why you love this band so much <3



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    i'm still almost drooling

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teshka View Post
    Marianne Faithfull, I had heard her name before but didn't know anything at all about her, and so I read up. Yes I agree, she defo belongs here in this collection
    And she's a Hapsburg! descendant of the dynasty through her maternal grandfather. And so we have even more aristocracy in our presence
    Well I could also understand the reason for which you may have heard the name of the following artist and know nothing about him since he has succeeded in almost every country of the planet EXCEPT the US.

    We're talking about a person who "entered the Guinness Book of World Records for selling 1.6 million tickets of his Close Encounters Tour in a single day"

    And what if there's not a single guitar solo in the following song, I can assume that only it's lyrics are able to add this one to a hall of fame

    "I had a conversation with a girl in a pool in Singapore.

    She said, 'How do you write a song?'

    I said,'You write about anything that comes to mind: give me two things

    and I will write a song for you this afternoon.'


    She said, 'Monkeys and rollerblades.'"


    That's what Robbie Williams says,

    but is there another story that those lyrics describe ?




    "Gilgamesh, where are you hurrying to?
    You will never find that life for which you are looking.
    When the gods created man they allotted to him death,
    but life they retained in their own keeping"

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    well i can't argue at all that Robbie is a totally awesome lyricist and the lyrics of 'Me and my monkey' even sound awesomely American! but i do understand why he hasn't made it so big in the American rock world....for one thing it's like when he performed 'We Will Rock You' live there is too much of his vocal and not enough Rock! (the music) But i MUST say that he sang it really well even though he's not Freddie

    Just throwing this one song out here as a tribute to the greatness of another Hall Of Famer that now seems bigger than life itself...love the lyrics.....





    I was walking around
    Just a face in the crowd
    Trying to keep myself out of the rain
    Saw a vagabond king wear a styrofoam crown
    Wondered if I might end up the same
    There's a man out on the corner
    Singing old songs about change
    Everybody got their cross to bare
    These days......

    http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/bonjovi/thesedays.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amethystos View Post
    Yep, that's the one.
    And I had it half-wrong when I made my post. My brain got scrambled. I was thinking about "Tuesday Afternoon" by the Moody Blues. Derp.

    John Cougar, Mississippi Queen, INXS... excuse me, IN eXcesS! Great stuff. AND...

    Quote Originally Posted by Teshka View Post
    Heard this one on Sat radio yesterday....Moon I understand more and more why you love this band so much...
    ... ELO. Yeah we be rockin'!

    Drool baby drool. We got lots more.
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    This time I had to dig,,, and dig, and dig, trying to find more Gold. And then Thunk! I struck Solid Rock. The Mighty T. Rex.




    Electric Warrior. In 1971 that was almost prophetic.

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    Deeeep Classic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amethystos View Post

    That's what Robbie Williams says,

    but is there another story that those lyrics describe ?
    Eh... hmmm... give me another day or two and it might come to me?
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    ........down boy. behave
    LOVE that triple play <3

    I've been trying not to be so rigidly focused on Goth/Dark Wave but my friends keep reminding me, and last weekend one of them brought up a song that made me remember a favorite 'moment' from school...ca. 2002. One of my teachers used some tracks by Theater Of Tragedy to perk our interest in how the English language developed from Old to Middle and Early Modern English and so on. And then throw in some Scot and Irish vernacular and you have a total mess but all of that chemistry is just one aspect of the song below that is so attractive to me...trying to actually understand what they're saying as i listen. The lyrics are in the video description...

    oh and the song doesn't start until about 0:24 so don't adjust your volume, just WAIT for it
    and be sure to catch 'Part 2' of the vocals at about 3:59....





    Aégis https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aégis

    "The subject matter is drawn from a range of European folklore and history: Venus and Poppæa are from Roman sources; Aœde, Cassandra, Bacchante and Siren are drawn from Greek mythology; while Lorelei refers to a Nix from German stories."
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    Default Magenta - Darkest Dream

    Please tell me why I should NOT post such an AWESOME rocker like this one in a rock hall of fame thread




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