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Sayre

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Real outlaw country. The pieces of shit that you hear on the radio don't deserve to stand in the shadow of dudes like this.


"More than anything in the world
I'd like to sit right down with Georgie B.
Been some things the past few years going on
Been bothering me.
All ain't well, I'm mad as hell
At 9/11, death-time TV
But I'm reeling with the feeling there's one or two things
CNN don't want us to see.


Well you find it absurd that the tone of my word
Is rich with animosity
'cause a few white collar motherfuckers
Living up on Pennsylvania A.V.E.


You can kiss my ass as I raise my glass
And toast it to the boys that fell
So some top dollar big wig, owner of an oil rig
Can drop a fucking drill in a well.


They're gonna say that I'm a Communist,
Unpatriotic, dope-smoking, degenerate hippie.
Fuck them redneck, nepotistic, white trash motherfuckers
Home watching CMT.


Commercial propaganda got the whole damn country
Thinking we're on God's home team.
Well they might control the whole damn world
But they ain't gonna control me.


Well I served a little time myself but don't get me wrong
I ain't trying to brag.
Lotta mommas like mine kissed their boy good-bye
And in return they got a folded flag.
It's the same old story time after time
"Oh God, how did he die?"
"Well sorry, Ma'am, we don't give a damn
About the way, or the when, or the why."


They're gonna say that I'm a Communist,
Unpatriotic, dope-smoking, degenerate hippie.
Fuck them redneck, white trash motherfuckers
Sitting on their ass watching CMT.


Well commercial propaganda got the whole damn country
Thinking we're on God's home team.
Hell they might control whole damn world
But they ain't gonna control me.


Hell they might control whole damn world
But they ain't gonna control me."
 
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Wretch

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Had no clue he could shred like this.


Some Blues, Aerosmith, Hank Williams, Ted Nugent, Molly Hatchet, Rockabilly and a few others that don't come right to mind.

Pretty good mashup of styles and it works.

Can't say I agree with the temperament of other song you posted but hey, we all have our own songs to sing and paths to walk.
 
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luckystrike

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That's miles better than that Greta Van Fleet
Disagree but not to the extent I'm going to argue about it.

Never heard of GVF until I found myself hearing my kid listening to something other than his usual electronic stuff.

Vocals sounded like Robert Plant, I axed him what's with the new repertoire...after which I watched this

[video=youtube;BXUqYFf4RfQ]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXUqYFf4RfQ[/video]

I love these guys...
 
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Jimmy Eat World has been getting big airtime on the local alt-rock stations lately, maybe propelled by their SNL appearance? At least I don't have to hear 'Hey Mister' by whoever the fuck that one hit wonder was (custom) twice an hour now. :fu:

For me? In the darker, induced moods, Led Zeppelin IV has popped up again. 'Tangerine' especially. Paul Simon's Graceland is on the playlist too. It's like rewatching Apocalypse Now again, almost twenty years later, there's something new every time I hear it. "The Myth Of Fingerprints' gets repeated often. :up:
Holy shit. That Hey Mister song randomly popped in my head the other night at work. I haven't thought about them in years.

Was it on 104.1?


Annnnnd I just realized how old this post was.

Not gonna delete it.

To answer my own question, it was the old 104, back when it was decent....
 

Wretch

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A little memory lane traveling with a nice stereo version:

Mr. Lucky got me thinking about the song earlier with his pub thread.
I think tinhead noticed.
 

fuzzuki

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I'm digging back into classics myself.

Peter Frampton
Styx
Fleetwood Mac
Supertramp
Triumph
Saxon
UFO
AC/DC

Music was so much better back in the day.
Modern songs never change from the sam 3 chords.
Just mostly shitty pop culture these days.
Same old same old these days.

I can remember the first time I heard
The Chain by Fleetwood Mac.
It was life changing. And I wasn't even stoned.
First time hearing Dark Side of the Moon blew my mind.
 
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