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Thread: Music question: Should the sins of the children be visited upon the parents?

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    Re: Music question: Should the sins of the children be visited upon the parents?

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Leader View Post
    You said "pianist."

    Huh-huh.

    Sorry, back to the discussion.
    when I first signed up at Redszone my username was very close to being

    10 inch pianist

    I decided against it, first impressions and all. Sometime last year I was on a site where a guy had a pretty similar name, 12"pianist or something similar.

    Oh yeah, music stopped being produced in 1991 as far as I know. Maybe you guys didn't get the memo.

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    Re: Music question: Should the sins of the children be visited upon the parents?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dom Heffner View Post
    And that thing, in my opinion, is the best of the three.

    Musical tastes are great, aren't they?
    The arpeggiated piano part at the beginning Firth of Fifth buries the entire Robert Smith oeuvre.

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    Re: Music question: Should the sins of the children be visited upon the parents?

    I blame the Beatles for everything that's wrong with the world of music.

    I wish those 4 bastards kept their no talent ass clown beings over on the other side of the pond where they belong.

    Thankfully, Led Zeppelin attempted to undo all the evil that was caused by the Beatles.

    Everything that followed Led Zep, I continue to blame on the Beatles, Bill Walton and the Grateful Dead.

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    Re: Music question: Should the sins of the children be visited upon the parents?

    Thankfully, Led Zeppelin attempted to undo all the evil that was caused by the Beatles.
    Thanks for the giggle and to think I used to stay up waiting to hear Stairway to Heaven back in 1974.

    I should have realized that it was never going to go away, the Hobbit dwells deep in the heart of Mr. Palmer.

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    Re: Music question: Should the sins of the children be visited upon the parents?

    Quote Originally Posted by Highlifeman21 View Post
    I blame the Beatles for everything that's wrong with the world of music.

    I wish those 4 bastards kept their no talent ass clown beings over on the other side of the pond where they belong.

    Thankfully, Led Zeppelin attempted to undo all the evil that was caused by the Beatles.

    Everything that followed Led Zep, I continue to blame on the Beatles, Bill Walton and the Grateful Dead.
    Dude, the Beatles made it possible to HAVE a Led Zeppelin.

    Your comment is just completely bananas.
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    Re: Music question: Should the sins of the children be visited upon the parents?

    Quote Originally Posted by Blimpie View Post
    Dude, the Beatles made it possible to HAVE a Led Zeppelin.

    Your comment is just completely bananas.
    I hate the Beatles more than I hate Jerry Narron.

    And I really hate Jerry Narron.

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    Re: Music question: Should the sins of the children be visited upon the parents?

    Quote Originally Posted by Highlifeman21 View Post
    I hate the Beatles more than I hate Jerry Narron.

    And I really hate Jerry Narron.
    To each his own, I guess.
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    Re: Music question: Should the sins of the children be visited upon the parents?

    Quote Originally Posted by Highlifeman21 View Post
    I blame the Beatles for everything that's wrong with the world of music.

    I wish those 4 bastards kept their no talent ass clown beings over on the other side of the pond where they belong.

    Thankfully, Led Zeppelin attempted to undo all the evil that was caused by the Beatles.

    Everything that followed Led Zep, I continue to blame on the Beatles, Bill Walton and the Grateful Dead.

    the only thing led Zeppelin was good at "undoing" was there pants. They're ok and all but IMO they're the most overrated band of all time and their lyrics border on the comical.
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    Re: Music question: Should the sins of the children be visited upon the parents?

    BTW- what is an ass clown?

    sounds painful.
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    Re: Music question: Should the sins of the children be visited upon the parents?

    Thankfully, Led Zeppelin attempted to undo all the evil that was caused by the Beatles.
    It's hard to undo evil when you contribute to it.

    I've heard that Page played on Paperback Writer, plus we also know he's behind the evil in Joe Cocker's cover of the Beatles song "With a little help from my friends"

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    Re: Music question: Should the sins of the children be visited upon the parents?

    Quote Originally Posted by pedro View Post
    BTW- what is an ass clown?

    Michael Bolton is a no talent ass clown.
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    Re: Music question: Should the sins of the children be visited upon the parents?

    I blame bad music on people who listen to and buy it.

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    Re: Music question: Should the sins of the children be visited upon the parents?

    Quote Originally Posted by dougdirt View Post
    I blame bad music on people who listen to and buy it.

    Not me. I blame Bob Boone.
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    Re: Music question: Should the sins of the children be visited upon the parents?

    Michael Bolton is a no talent ass clown.
    No- I'm a no talent ass clown.
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    Re: Music question: Should the sins of the children be visited upon the parents?

    Quote Originally Posted by Falls City Beer View Post
    The arpeggiated piano part at the beginning Firth of Fifth buries the entire Robert Smith oeuvre.
    According to legend, Genesis played that number on the Selling England tour, and during the first show Tony Banks got so completely confused halfway through that he stopped playing, yelled an obscenity, and the entire band (expecting this turn of events) crashed directly into the first verse.

    I see nothing wrong with the fact that "Firth of Fifth" sits directly between "Safe European Home" and "Love Will Tear Us Apart" on a recent playlist. Others might.


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