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7 hours ago, GhostMachine said:

Fixed your post.

I didn't ask you to do that.

 

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Also who is Heidi? 

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9 hours ago, LittleDaniel said:

Why do you listen to the radio?

Only listen to the radio when in the car. 

9 hours ago, RPS said:

Also who is Heidi? 

My wife.

 

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15 hours ago, GhostMachine said:

Only listen to the radio when in the car. 

But you could, like, not though?  It seems like its causing you some grief.

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On 27/11/2019 at 07:14, GhostMachine said:

They beat Metallica for Best Heavy Metal Album in 1989. Jethro Tull are not, nor ever have been, a heavy metal band. They are prog rock. Tull's "Crest of A Knave" beat out Metallica's "...And Justice For All", which everyone not a voter or member of or fan of Jethro Tull knew was absolute bullshit. 

Okay, I get what you're saying, but Jethro Tull did the best heavy metal album in 1989. They even won a Grammy for it. 🙄

I mean, this sounds pretty heavy metal to me 😕

 

 

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They're considered a prog rock group, that album was barely metal, and at the time everyone and their brother that was not a Tull fan called bullshit on them winning it over Metallica. Alice Cooper was the one presenting the award, and you could tell he was even stunned. It is still considered one of the biggest injustices in Grammy history. 

Also, I doubt most people can name any Jethro Tull songs besides `Aqualung'.

 

 

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On 04/12/2019 at 23:59, GhostMachine said:

They're considered a prog rock group, that album was barely metal, and at the time everyone and their brother that was not a Tull fan called bullshit on them winning it over Metallica. Alice Cooper was the one presenting the award, and you could tell he was even stunned. It is still considered one of the biggest injustices in Grammy history. 

Also, I doubt most people can name any Jethro Tull songs besides `Aqualung'.

 

 

What are some other injustices? Does Heidi like Metallica? 

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Actually, Heidi's more of an ACDC fan. But Metallica have always been popular, ....And Justice... was a really good album, and Jethro Tull have never really been popular at all. News outlets talked about what happened and talk show hosts made fun of it. There is no way Jethro Tull deserved that award. It was the first and ONLY year  that award was given out , because the Academ knew they screwed up and split Hard Rock and Heavy Metal into two separate awards after that. But the next year, Metallica won 3 Grammies.

Tull's win is still considered the biggest upset in the history of the Awards.

And there have been plenty of Best New Artist winners that weren't around long. The ones that comes to mind are Paula Cole, who was basically a one or two hit wonder, but beat Erykah Badu, Fiona Apple, Puff Daddy and Hanson (okay, Hanson isn't exactly the best example), and Milli Vanilli, who handed theirs back after being busted as a fraud.

 

 

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On 05/12/2019 at 04:59, GhostMachine said:

Also, I doubt most people can name any Jethro Tull songs besides `Aqualung'.

.and The Mouse Police Never Sleeps

17

4.w.d. (low Ratio)

A Better Moon

A New Day Yesterday

A Passion Play

A Passion Play Edit No. 8

A Small Cigar

A Song For Jeffrey

A Stitch In Time

A Time For Everything

Acres Wild

Aeroplane

Alive And Well And Living In

And Further On

And The Mouse Police Never Sleeps

Another Christmas Song

Another Harry's Bar

Apogee

Astronomy

At Last Forever

Audition

Automotive Engineering

Back To The Family

Back—door Angels

Bad—eyed And Loveless

Baker Street Muse

Baker Street Muse (crash—barrier—waltz)

Baker Street Muse (mother England Reverie)

Batteries Not Included

Beastie

Beggar's Farm

Beltane

Beside Myself

Big Dipper

Big Riff And Mando

Black And White Television

Black Satin Dancer

Black Sunday

Broadford Bazaar

Broadsword

Budapest

Bungle In The Jungle

By Kind Permission Of

Cheap Day Return

Cheerio

Christmas Song

Col Wind To Valhalla

Cold Wind To Valhalla

Commons Brawl

Coronach

Crash—barrier Waltzer

Crazed Institution

Crew Nights

Critique Oblique

Cross—eyed Mary

Crossfire

Crossword

Cup Of Wonder

Dangerous Veils

Dark Ages

Dharma For One

Different Germany

Doctor To My Disease

Dogs In The Midwinter

Down At The End Of Your Road

Dr. Bogenbroom

Drive On The Young Side Of Life

Driving Song

Dun Ringill

Ears Of Tin

Elegy

End Game

European Legacy

Fallen On Hard Times

Farm On The Freeway

Fat Man

Fire At Midnight

Fly By Night

Flying Colours

Flying Dutchman

For A Thousand Mothers

For Michael Collins, Jeffrey And Me

From A Dead Beat To An Old Greaser

Fylingdale Flyer

Fylingdale Flyer

General Crossing

Glory Row

Gold—tipped Boots, Black Jacket And Tie

Grace

Hard Liner

Heat

Heavy Horses

Heavy Water

Home

Hunting Girl

Hymn 43

I Don't Want To Be Me

I'm Your Gun

Inside

It's An Old Profession

It's Breaking Me Up

Jack Frost And The Hooded Crow

Jack In The Green

Jack—a—lynn

Jack—in—the—green

Jeffrey Goes To Leicester Square

John Barleycorn

Journeyman

Jump Start

Just Trying To Be

Kelpie

Kissing Willie

Ladies

Lap Of Luxury

Later, That Same Evening

Law Of The Bungle

Law Of The Bungle Part Ii

Left Right

Lick Your Fingers Clean

Life Is A Long Song

Lights Out

Like A Tall Thin Girl

Living In The Past

Living In These Hard Times

Locomotive Breath

Look At The Animals

Look Into The Sun

Looking For Eden

Love Story

Made In England

Man Of Principle

March The Mad Scientist

Mayhem, Maybe

Minstrel In The Gallery

Mother England Reverie

Mother Goose

Moths

Motoreyes

Mountain Men

Move On Alone

My God

My Sunday Feeling

Night In The Wilderness

No Lullaby

No Rehearsal

No Step

Nobody's Car

North Sea Oil

Nothing Is Easy

Nothing To Say

Nursie

Occasional Demons

Old Ghosts

One Brown Mouse

One White Duck | 0^{10} = Nothing At All

One White Duck|0=nothing At All

Only Solitaire

Orion

Out Of The Noise

Overhang

Paparazzi

Paradise Steakhouse

Part Of The Machine

Pibroch (cap In Hand)

Piece Of Cake

Pied Piper

Play In Time

Post Last

Postcard Day

Protect And Survive

Queen And Country

Quizz Kid

Radio Free Moscow

Rainbow Blues

Raising Steam

Rare And Precious Chain

Reasons For Waiting

Requiem

Rhythm In Gold

Ring Out, Solstice Bells

Rock Island

Rocks On The Road

Roll Yer Own

Roots To Branches

Rosa On The Factory Floor

Rover

Saboteur

Said She Was A Dancer

Salamander

Saturation

Scenario

Seal Driver

Sealion

Sealion Ii

Silver River Turning

Singing All Day

Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of The New Day

Sleeping With The Dog

Slipstream

Slow Marching Band

Solitaire

Some Day The Sun Won't Shine For You

Something's On The Move

Son

Song For Jeffrey

Songs From The Wood

Sossity, You're A Woman

Sossity: You're A Woman

Sparrow On The Schoolyard Wall

Still Loving You Tonight

Stormy Monday Blues

Strange Avenues

Strip Cartoon

Stuck In The August Rain

Summerday Sands

Sunshine Day

Sweet Dream

Taxi Grab

Teacher

The Chateau D'isaster Tapes

The Chequered Flag (dead Or Alive)

The Clasp

The Curse

The Rattlesnake Trail

The Story Of The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles

The Third Hoorah

The Waking Edge

The Whaler's Dues

The Whistler

The Witch's Promise

Thick As A Brick

Thick As A Brick (edit No.1)

Thick As A Brick (part 1)

Thick As A Brick (part 2)

Thinking Round Corners

This Free Will

This Is Not Love

To Cry You A Song

Toad In The Hole

Too Many Too

Too Old To Rock 'n' Roll: Too Young To Die

Too Old To Rock'n Roll Too Young To Die

Trains

Truck Stop Runner

Tundra

Two Fingers

Under Wraps

Undressed To Kill

Uniform

Up The 'pool

Up To Me

User—friendly

Valley

Velvet Green

Walk Into Light

Warchild

Warm Sporran

Watching Me Watching You

We Used To Know

When Jesus Came To Play

White Innocence

Wind Up

Wind—up

Witch's Promise

With You There To Help Me

Wond'ring Again

Wond'ring Aloud

Working John, Working Joe

Wounded, Old And Treacherous

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I said `most people'. You list that many songs, I'm betting either you're a fan, have lived with someone who is who played them a lot, OR you looked songs up.

 

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How can you get so worked up over the Grammys? Who cares about who they nominate and who they snub? They are completely irrelevant anyway.

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17 hours ago, GhostMachine said:

I said `most people'. You list that many songs, I'm betting either you're a fan, have lived with someone who is who played them a lot, OR you looked songs up.

 

I am just upset at you disrespecting Jethro Tull. And justice for all isn’t even a very good album. That Jethro Tull one (full disclosure I’ve never listened to it) is way better.

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On 08/12/2019 at 11:19, metalman said:

.and The Mouse Police Never Sleeps

17

4.w.d. (low Ratio)

A Better Moon

A New Day Yesterday

A Passion Play

A Passion Play Edit No. 8

A Small Cigar

A Song For Jeffrey

A Stitch In Time

A Time For Everything

Acres Wild

Aeroplane

Alive And Well And Living In

And Further On

And The Mouse Police Never Sleeps

Another Christmas Song

Another Harry's Bar

Apogee

Astronomy

At Last Forever

Audition

Automotive Engineering

Back To The Family

Back—door Angels

Bad—eyed And Loveless

Baker Street Muse

Baker Street Muse (crash—barrier—waltz)

Baker Street Muse (mother England Reverie)

Batteries Not Included

Beastie

Beggar's Farm

Beltane

Beside Myself

Big Dipper

Big Riff And Mando

Black And White Television

Black Satin Dancer

Black Sunday

Broadford Bazaar

Broadsword

Budapest

Bungle In The Jungle

By Kind Permission Of

Cheap Day Return

Cheerio

Christmas Song

Col Wind To Valhalla

Cold Wind To Valhalla

Commons Brawl

Coronach

Crash—barrier Waltzer

Crazed Institution

Crew Nights

Critique Oblique

Cross—eyed Mary

Crossfire

Crossword

Cup Of Wonder

Dangerous Veils

Dark Ages

Dharma For One

Different Germany

Doctor To My Disease

Dogs In The Midwinter

Down At The End Of Your Road

Dr. Bogenbroom

Drive On The Young Side Of Life

Driving Song

Dun Ringill

Ears Of Tin

Elegy

End Game

European Legacy

Fallen On Hard Times

Farm On The Freeway

Fat Man

Fire At Midnight

Fly By Night

Flying Colours

Flying Dutchman

For A Thousand Mothers

For Michael Collins, Jeffrey And Me

From A Dead Beat To An Old Greaser

Fylingdale Flyer

Fylingdale Flyer

General Crossing

Glory Row

Gold—tipped Boots, Black Jacket And Tie

Grace

Hard Liner

Heat

Heavy Horses

Heavy Water

Home

Hunting Girl

Hymn 43

I Don't Want To Be Me

I'm Your Gun

Inside

It's An Old Profession

It's Breaking Me Up

Jack Frost And The Hooded Crow

Jack In The Green

Jack—a—lynn

Jack—in—the—green

Jeffrey Goes To Leicester Square

John Barleycorn

Journeyman

Jump Start

Just Trying To Be

Kelpie

Kissing Willie

Ladies

Lap Of Luxury

Later, That Same Evening

Law Of The Bungle

Law Of The Bungle Part Ii

Left Right

Lick Your Fingers Clean

Life Is A Long Song

Lights Out

Like A Tall Thin Girl

Living In The Past

Living In These Hard Times

Locomotive Breath

Look At The Animals

Look Into The Sun

Looking For Eden

Love Story

Made In England

Man Of Principle

March The Mad Scientist

Mayhem, Maybe

Minstrel In The Gallery

Mother England Reverie

Mother Goose

Moths

Motoreyes

Mountain Men

Move On Alone

My God

My Sunday Feeling

Night In The Wilderness

No Lullaby

No Rehearsal

No Step

Nobody's Car

North Sea Oil

Nothing Is Easy

Nothing To Say

Nursie

Occasional Demons

Old Ghosts

One Brown Mouse

One White Duck | 0^{10} = Nothing At All

One White Duck|0=nothing At All

Only Solitaire

Orion

Out Of The Noise

Overhang

Paparazzi

Paradise Steakhouse

Part Of The Machine

Pibroch (cap In Hand)

Piece Of Cake

Pied Piper

Play In Time

Post Last

Postcard Day

Protect And Survive

Queen And Country

Quizz Kid

Radio Free Moscow

Rainbow Blues

Raising Steam

Rare And Precious Chain

Reasons For Waiting

Requiem

Rhythm In Gold

Ring Out, Solstice Bells

Rock Island

Rocks On The Road

Roll Yer Own

Roots To Branches

Rosa On The Factory Floor

Rover

Saboteur

Said She Was A Dancer

Salamander

Saturation

Scenario

Seal Driver

Sealion

Sealion Ii

Silver River Turning

Singing All Day

Skating Away On The Thin Ice Of The New Day

Sleeping With The Dog

Slipstream

Slow Marching Band

Solitaire

Some Day The Sun Won't Shine For You

Something's On The Move

Son

Song For Jeffrey

Songs From The Wood

Sossity, You're A Woman

Sossity: You're A Woman

Sparrow On The Schoolyard Wall

Still Loving You Tonight

Stormy Monday Blues

Strange Avenues

Strip Cartoon

Stuck In The August Rain

Summerday Sands

Sunshine Day

Sweet Dream

Taxi Grab

Teacher

The Chateau D'isaster Tapes

The Chequered Flag (dead Or Alive)

The Clasp

The Curse

The Rattlesnake Trail

The Story Of The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles

The Third Hoorah

The Waking Edge

The Whaler's Dues

The Whistler

The Witch's Promise

Thick As A Brick

Thick As A Brick (edit No.1)

Thick As A Brick (part 1)

Thick As A Brick (part 2)

Thinking Round Corners

This Free Will

This Is Not Love

To Cry You A Song

Toad In The Hole

Too Many Too

Too Old To Rock 'n' Roll: Too Young To Die

Too Old To Rock'n Roll Too Young To Die

Trains

Truck Stop Runner

Tundra

Two Fingers

Under Wraps

Undressed To Kill

Uniform

Up The 'pool

Up To Me

User—friendly

Valley

Velvet Green

Walk Into Light

Warchild

Warm Sporran

Watching Me Watching You

We Used To Know

When Jesus Came To Play

White Innocence

Wind Up

Wind—up

Witch's Promise

With You There To Help Me

Wond'ring Again

Wond'ring Aloud

Working John, Working Joe

Wounded, Old And Treacherous

I'm really impressed you were able to name all of those and alphabetize them. 

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4 hours ago, metalman said:

We all have different ways of committing Jethro Tull songs to memory. This is mine.

I have several tattooed on my body. 

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11 hours ago, RPS said:

I have several tattooed on my body. 

Wonder where.... :pervert:

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Some decent fancams of the My Chemical Romance reunion show are floating around YouTube, looks like a super fun show!!  Hopefully they play somewhere around me if they tour because I don't wanna have to see them at like a festival or something.

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2 hours ago, LittleDaniel said:

Some decent fancams of the My Chemical Romance reunion show are floating around YouTube, looks like a super fun show!!  Hopefully they play somewhere around me if they tour because I don't wanna have to see them at like a festival or something.

is the last album they released any good? 

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Absolutely no idea, I think I listened to the Black Parade once and I looooved their first two albums but beyond that I don't think I listened to any of it.

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13 hours ago, LittleDaniel said:

Some decent fancams of the My Chemical Romance reunion show are floating around YouTube, looks like a super fun show!!  Hopefully they play somewhere around me if they tour because I don't wanna have to see them at like a festival or something.

The full concert is on YouTube now apparently.

Danger Days was a bit different to Black Parade. I much prefer Black Parade but it's by no means a bad album.

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Deerhunter's last album was really good. So different from their previous albums. Very psychedelic. 

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