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02-12-2014, 08:59 PM
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Holy ****! That is Alyssa Milano. Wow. Good catch Tawnos (you perv)
I watched every episode of Who's the Boss when I was a kid. As amazing as she looked when she got older, I always associate her with that show first. Commando came out while Who's the Boss was just getting started.

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Weeelll... no Peter Gabriel on that album. He left something like 10 years earlier. Honestly, post-Gabriel Genesis is much better.
And one of my parent's friends thinks the exact opposite.

He told me to listen to The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway.

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Holy ****! That is Alyssa Milano. Wow. Good catch Tawnos!


Woa.
You didn't know that? Haha CLOWN.

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And one of my parent's friends thinks the exact opposite.

He told me to listen to The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway.
Fantastic album. I also prefer Gabriel-era Genesis to Collins-era, although I like both.

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Fantastic album. I also prefer Gabriel-era Genesis to Collins-era, although I like both.
I guess it depends on what you're looking for. For prog rock sound, Gabriel-era is better. For hooks, post-Gabriel is better. Prog rock never really interested me that much, so there ya go.

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I guess it depends on what you're looking for. For prog rock sound, Gabriel-era is better. For hooks, post-Gabriel is better. Prog rock never really interested me that much, so there ya go.
Well, I'm sure you can guess that I am a prog rock fan based on my love of Floyd, so yeah.

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Fantastic album. I also prefer Gabriel-era Genesis to Collins-era, although I like both.
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I guess it depends on what you're looking for. For prog rock sound, Gabriel-era is better. For hooks, post-Gabriel is better. Prog rock never really interested me that much, so there ya go.
Personally, I love prog stuff. I prefer more complex music to hooks and simplicity.

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I guess it depends on what you're looking for. For prog rock sound, Gabriel-era is better. For hooks, post-Gabriel is better. Prog rock never really interested me that much, so there ya go.
As someone who is into punk/post-punk/indie/art-rock/new wave/glam...what the **** is prog-rock? IS that like King Crimson?

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As someone who is into punk/post-punk/indie/art-rock/new wave/glam...what the **** is prog-rock?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Progressive_rock

What's funny is that I really do like a bunch of the bands they mention in the opening part as prog. Jethro Tull, The Moody Blues, ELP, Genesis.

And yeah, King Crimson is a good example.

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Personally, I love prog stuff. I prefer more complex music to hooks and simplicity.
My standard for that kind of thing is the ability to pull off both.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Progressive_rock

What's funny is that I really do like a bunch of the bands they mention in the opening part as prog. Jethro Tull, The Moody Blues, ELP, Genesis.

And yeah, King Crimson is a good example.
Oh. Yeah. I loathe that stuff.

I love complexity in music...Classical/math rock/jazz. But I can't stand that King Crimson band. I don't care if you're Mark Sandman or Sid Vicious, I just care how it affects me.

It's sorta the same as how most photorealistic drawings don't impress me.


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My standard for that kind of thing is the ability to pull off both.
Fair enough, I like that as well. Rush?

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Fair enough, I like that as well. Rush?
Eh. Usually, when someone is pulling off both, the complexity is way more subtle than Rush. late-70s and early-80s Genesis is actually a really good example.

Another couple of albums that are great examples of balancing them are Metallica - Master of Puppets and And Justice for All.

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How about the opening scene of Commando when Arnold is just carrying a ****ing 12 ft log on one shoulder

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Are the Talking Heads considered prog rock? Never had a good understanding for where that label stopped and ended.

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Are the Talking Heads considered prog rock? Never had a good understanding for where that label stopped and ended.
It stops wherever you want it to stop. For what it's worth, allmusic.com doesn't list prog as one of the categories for them.

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How about the opening scene of Commando when Arnold is just carrying a ****ing 12 ft log on one shoulder
Hell yeah. The deer feeding is the same montage.

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Are the Talking Heads considered prog rock? Never had a good understanding for where that label stopped and ended.
Post-punk/Art-rock. Art-rock to me is a genre for bands that were post-punk and simply kept evolving.

I always thought Prog rock was just really complex classic rock.


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Speaking of guys carrying trees on their shoulders... I always thought Gaborik carrying the Christmas tree on his shoulder was an omen. He did have a shoulder injury that playoffs.

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Guise, do you know what time/channel the replay of tomorrow's USA game will be? Thanx.

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