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    My head doesn`t atract magnets lol.
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    dang it, where were all you metal people when I was publishing Battle Helm heavy Metal Magazine? There hasn't been a printed issue for years so don't go running to Tower Records or Barnes and Noble anymore. But you can find an online archive at www.battlehelm.com This is still updated with interviews and album reviews by the surviving die hards myself and two writers (Shan a Malaysian metal maniac living in London and Anders from Sweden). Battle Helm covered all sorts of heavy metal from traditional power metal to new age-black metal.

    I grew up with my teen age aunt listening to things like Kiss, Alice Cooper and Deep Purple and my parents listing to stuff like Yes, Rush and Black Sabbath. The very first song I can recall hearing as a young child is Iron Man by Sabbath. The first album I ever choose as a kid when I started to get allowance (or learned how to beg-I forget) was Iron Maiden's Killers LP. Ever since then I've been into heavy metal, punk (some) and progressive rock (some). A few of my faves are:
    Mercyful Fate
    King Diamond
    Witchfinder General
    Warlock
    Dio
    Iron Maiden
    Manowar
    Warlord
    Witchfynde
    Thor
    Exciter
    Judas Preist
    Accept
    Mayhem (original lineup with Dead & Euronymous)
    Death SS
    Venom
    Bulldozer
    Wasp
    Gamma Ray
    Helloween (early)
    Grave Digger
    Primal Fear
    Virgin Steele
    Running Wild
    Grim Reaper
    Discharge
    Emperor (early)
    Tiamat
    Yes
    Asia

    I guess I could end this list with a note:
    Any fans of Iron Maiden who have a Walmart nearby you should go check out the "burning brains" halloween candle in the halloween novelty section. It's a total rip off of Iron Maidens zombie charachter "Eddie" from the cover art of the Piece of Mind album... it is a cool candle and only like $3!

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    wasp, yes! king diamond, YES! i think i'll have to go and throw in some "the electric circus" while i bulid my new indoor green house!

    have you seen the "eddie" figurines yet?

    i think that i'm gonna have to go to walmart tomorrow too... i need more candles.

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    Hey Technoracer. Yup I've got some of the Eddie action figures, The trooper, Killers, and the 2 foot tall "ultimate Asylum" Eddie from the Number of the Beast album cover that comes with the additional devil doll.

    My pal in Sweden said over there they were selling the Ultimate Asylum Eddies for 75 Euros (about $68.25) + shipping from the Nuclear Blast (Germany) mailorder catalogue whereas the Spencers novelty shop in my area here in Minnesota was selling em for $19.99 on closeout special at the same time!

    Read the package of the bootleg eddie candles at wal mart carefully, it's a generic box which may have either a melting hand or the zombie head.

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    Quote (lithopsman @ Sep. 21 2003,1:49)
    . . . most new country(ie: Kenney Chesney, Toby Keith, Willie Nelson, etc) , (no old whistlin' rootin' tootin' stuff [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif[/img] [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/confused.gif[/img] [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img] [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wow.gif[/img] ) . . . Pretty much all civilized music, no hard rock, heavy metal, rap, etc...[/QUOTE]
    THANK YOU!!! Lithopsman I SO love you now!!!

    I agree with EVERYTHING you just said! Oo... spelling mistake!!! Kenny Chesney lol sorry... I'm obsessed with him and I can get quite annoying at times, and I stare at the cover of the CD I have enough to memorize how everything is spelled... lol... I've also recorded the concert from this spring, "Kenny Chesney: Back Where I Come From", and, I swear, I watch it every Saturday!!!

    Ozzy, what do you mean you don't hear the harder Country on the radio?! You get all of that on Florida's Country station, K92 FM (92.3 FM).

    Now for ME! I listen to ANYTHING in the "newer" Country category. Also, CMT must be the ONLY channel I watch 12 hours a day...
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    Ok, sorry... LOL! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif[/img] Did you see on CMT that concert when Peyton Manning sang a song with him? Maybe that's the one that you recorded... Oh well, that's the Texan in me, also, I do't really like any of the new weird pop music and stuff... Pretty normal. I like it. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img] [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/alien.gif[/img]
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    Flytrapgurl, Most country radio stations play Charlie Daniels "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" and a few songs from the other harder bands. But I'm not going to wait all week just to hear one song I like. It seems that country only plays the new songs over and over and over.

    By the way flytrapgurl, Kenny Chesney lipsyncs. He can't sing.



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    I think kenny chesney is good on the radio but if you listen too him singing a live song it sounds terible.Same thing with montgomery gentry,and the rascel flats band.
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