The status of today's "music"...

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...as described by a metal-head.

Warning: NSFW (language).

 

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Saw Megadeth in September, they've always have and still got it. The new stuff is chick and douche rock.
 

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Old man doesn't like the music the kids listen to. Film at 11.
 

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Yep, that's why they like it. They like it because we hate it. Lol
 

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Oh yeah, I love that guy and have watched quite a few of his review videos. He actually runs a well known recording studio and knows a thing or two about the music business. He's not too shabby on the guitar, either.

His style, though, isn't for everyone. Especially if you're an easily offended snowflake who thinks today's music is good... :kiss:

I like this one even more.

 
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A great example of Marc Bolan of T Rex improvising the first two minutes while the bass player tries to get his bass going. Awesome.

 

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Yeah, that was nice. I saw Steve Vai play though a complicated solo (like he plays anything simple) with a broken e string. He just transcribed the whole solo on the fly and played with the strings he had available.

S***, I couldn't do that if you gave me two days to prepare for it...
 

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That happened to Roy Clark on the Tonight Show once, then he stretched his pinky way out there.

On a different note: that rock-n-roll hippy guy looks just like Peter from 'Family Guy' with a seven string guitar.
 
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I saw Vai when he was with David Lee Roth. Vai made the show as Roth never really lived up to expectations for a 19 year old kid at the Forum in LA. Vai was amazing and Roth danced around on a giant inflated hot dog. What a tool!
 
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