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Deerslayer

Dungeon Guardian
From: Winchester, Va.
27 Posts
Posted: Jul 4, 2002 6:05pm    Reply with quote   View Profile of Deerslayer  

My current favorites off DFTW are the two versions of Hallowed Ground and Shadow Man! Shadow man gets me ready to fight a war while, what can I say about Hallowed Ground? It brings tears to my eyes everytime I hear it! I also love Trail Of Tears since I have Native American blood in me(just enough to make my eyes dark brown) You can't go wrong with DFTW although those are my favs off the album.

Adam(Moses)

I was told if you dream of the next world you'll find yourself swimming in a lake of fire-Dream Theater
Ed

Dungeon Warrior
From: Philadelphia, PA
772 Posts
Posted: Oct 6, 2002 12:30pm    Reply with quote   View Profile of Ed  

After taking this album in for a while, I think Stone Cold Killers is my favorite, followed closely by the acoustic Hallowed Ground and Shadow Man.

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Son_of_Animal

From: Australia
239 Posts
Posted: Oct 6, 2002 9:27pm    Reply with quote   View Profile of Son_of_Animal  

Listening to the cd today I will say this, every time I hear this cd I have a differnent fav track,its that good. For example right now Hell for Eternity is pounding my brains in! What a track dude! W>A>S>P> (well...Blackie) at his awsome best. His vocals on this track is enough to give anyone goosebumps! And to anyone who dislikes the band for whatever reason...your a c**t poofta!!!
You also can't miss the pain in Blackie's voice as he delivers hallowed ground, wow...the dude is King!


Like a dog in heat,
all dirty love is a treat.
macron

8 Posts
Posted: Oct 20, 2002 5:22pm    Reply with quote   View Profile of macron  

Hallowed ground is amazing. Stone Cold Killer brilliant also. Somehow it reminds me of some The Cult-tune.
I think DFTW is much better than Unholy Terror which was then again better than Helldorado. Maybe the new Opera-album will hit bigtime.

I say AC, she says DC, the damned bitch is just too bizarre.
Ed

Dungeon Warrior
From: Philadelphia, PA
772 Posts
Posted: Oct 25, 2002 8:34pm    Reply with quote   View Profile of Ed  

I get harranged alot, but I have really gotten into KFD. Other than the fact that the drum tracks were laid down on a synthesizer in Blackie's livingroom (actually true!), I can really dig this album.

Macron, you are right about the progression of albums getting better. That trend, at least for me, started after Idol, beginning with SNBE. Good one, but they got better as they went along from there. SNBE is OK (even Blackie isn't terribly fond of this one), but they do get better from there.

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9

From: Michigan
52 Posts
Posted: Dec 10, 2002 4:16pm    Reply with quote   View Profile of 9  

Actually, this is one of the few WASP albums I can listen all the way through without skipping a track....

So I would have to say this is probably my Fav WASP album right now.
Ed

Dungeon Warrior
From: Philadelphia, PA
772 Posts
Posted: Dec 10, 2002 11:17pm    Reply with quote   View Profile of Ed  

Good point. I said that before, that there really are no "weak' tracks on this one.

Only weak thing here is Brother C!

(sorry bro...it's been a while and I had to throw one in!)



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Son_of_Animal

From: Australia
239 Posts
Posted: Dec 11, 2002 2:51am    Reply with quote   View Profile of Son_of_Animal  



ok, one more for good luck...

Like a dog in heat,
all dirty love is a treat.
Ed

Dungeon Warrior
From: Philadelphia, PA
772 Posts
Posted: Dec 11, 2002 3:02am    Reply with quote   View Profile of Ed  

I'm glad I can always count on the man from down under to perk things up!



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MetalVixen

Dungeon Mistress
197 Posts
Posted: Dec 11, 2002 9:26am    Reply with quote   View Profile of MetalVixen  

Is that the Middle Finger Christmas Choir there Carlos?

MV


"No there aint nothing dark that I wont do-
My Raven Heart'll bleed all over you"
9

From: Michigan
52 Posts
Posted: Dec 11, 2002 1:21pm    Reply with quote   View Profile of 9  

yeah, they are singing "Fuck the World" in the key of "Joy to the World"
Ed

Dungeon Warrior
From: Philadelphia, PA
772 Posts
Posted: Dec 11, 2002 3:38pm    Reply with quote   View Profile of Ed  

Nahhh...just the babblings of some OLD man. He likes to hear himself talk so he knows someone is listening!

Hey bro...




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Son_of_Animal

From: Australia
239 Posts
Posted: Dec 12, 2002 2:21am    Reply with quote   View Profile of Son_of_Animal  

OLD MAN???

NOW LISTEN HERE YOU...SPRING CHICKEN!

Like a dog in heat,
all dirty love is a treat.
Ed

Dungeon Warrior
From: Philadelphia, PA
772 Posts
Posted: Dec 13, 2002 1:22am    Reply with quote   View Profile of Ed  

Yo bro...you know I can't do it without you right???





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zombiesmack27

350 Posts
Posted: Dec 16, 2002 4:22am    Reply with quote   View Profile of zombiesmack27  

Whos the old man and who's springing chickens???

Y'all are just too damned weird!
(Aww shit! My Kansas is showing!)

Fave track is 'Shadow Man'.
Now leave the chickens alone!!!


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zombiesmack27

350 Posts
Posted: Dec 16, 2002 4:24am    Reply with quote   View Profile of zombiesmack27  

Why would anyone harrass you about KFD?
That is my favorite WASP album!


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Ed

Dungeon Warrior
From: Philadelphia, PA
772 Posts
Posted: Dec 16, 2002 8:27am    Reply with quote   View Profile of Ed  

Quite a few people that I have sopken to over the years have said that KFD was the weekest album. Crap. I think it's pretty good myself.



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zombiesmack27

350 Posts
Posted: Jan 17, 2003 1:59am    Reply with quote   View Profile of zombiesmack27  

I think it's their best.

It was the album that got me re-intrested in WASP in a big way. I had kinda lost track of WASP from 'Headless Children' to 'KFD'.
Needless to say I was VERY pleased when I heard 'KFD' and had to go out and get the other albums I'd missed. I wanted to hear the progression of the songwriting and how Blackie had arrived at that point.

Then I started my dreaded WASP collection from Hell!


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zombiesmack27

350 Posts
Posted: Jul 18, 2003 4:01am    Reply with quote   View Profile of zombiesmack27  

That is still growing, by the way.
A recent aquisition is a WASP scarf.
Or muffler.
And a mental patch-thing.
It's held on with pop-rivets.
It's intresting all of the WASP merchandise that was never available in the US that you can get from the UK.



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Ed

Dungeon Warrior
From: Philadelphia, PA
772 Posts
Posted: Jul 19, 2003 3:21am    Reply with quote   View Profile of Ed  

A WASP muffler??? For what car?

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