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Mostly current day stuff with a bit of retro thrown in. I'll try and post a song whenever I can. Nearly all the songs I post will have charted well as singles. I'm mainly into mainstream rock.

Thought we could use "Rock" as a theme. Mainstream, Alternative, Indie, Modern, Metal, Death, Retro, Garage, Hard, Pop Rock, Rock n Roll, Glam, Progressive, Psychedelic, 50's, 60's, 70's, 80's ......anything that resembles rock.

I'll start off with Chevelle's 'Jars'

Add your own videos with or without a write up. Music can sometimes divide opinion but it'd be good if we could keep this as an angst free thread .

Doesn't have to be a video by the way, slide show or still vision is fine. Whatever you like!

Anyway - just post, watch, listen and enjoy! Music should always be shared.

And don't forget to give your ears a bit of punishment!

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WYL Video 1.1

http://youtu.be/2ykCYwhfdMs

Don't be scared to Turn this one up.

It's the King of Rock n Roll.....The Real one....

Nice one WYL - Top quality Video as well for 72' - Yeah , Chuck was the King and as you may well know , a fairly big influence on the Fab Four .

We might have a bit of fun on this thread - All good !

Nice to have a couple of browser's open - Listen and watch some good Rock on one and chew the fat about the Mighty Demons on the other - Keep postin' !

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Nice one WYL - Top quality Video as well for 72' - Yeah , Chuck was the King and as you may well know , a fairly big influence on the Fab Four .

We might have a bit of fun on this thread - All good !

Nice to have a couple of browser's open - Listen and watch some good Rock on one and chew the fat about the Mighty Demons on the other - Keep postin' !

I saw chuck in '77. Totally awesome. As a big Stones fan growing up, i always loved Chucks 12 bar songs. He is still with us. At 85 and still plays a little looser now but his heart is there

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That's a good track...i am not a huge Oasis fan but there are 3-4 tracks i always Travel with....they had something...(the beatles sure helped!!!)

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1.3 WYL

http://youtu.be/lcu-U6oypjI

My Favorite Oasis song, and BEST version of

How do i get the clip to come up in these threads??

Fill me in lads...just spent 15 minutes trying to crack this software!!!!

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Btw - it's probably not fair to be ticking the "I like this" box - I've done it for Wyl and Deez first postings but I won't do it again . Just post , watch , listen and enjoy hey ! I like the continued 1.0 etc bit too - kinda funny

Comments are fine Mate....Feedback is nice....

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Comments are fine Mate....Feedback is nice....

You gave me an idea with the Jasper Carrott post ( which I liked btw )

Maybe a "Humourous Clips" thread - what do you think ?

Benny , Hoges , Hale and Pace , Dave Allen , D Gen , Two Ronnies , etc etc

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You gave me an idea with the Jasper Carrott post ( which I liked btw )

Maybe a "Humourous Clips" thread - what do you think ?

Benny , Hoges , Hale and Pace , Dave Allen , D Gen , Two Ronnies , etc etc

I prefer to just mix it all up, but i will add random moments of comedy when i have a "flash"

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1.3 WYL

http://youtu.be/lcu-U6oypjI

My Favorite Oasis song, and BEST version of

How do i get the clip to come up in these threads??

Fill me in lads...just spent 15 minutes trying to crack this software!!!!

In another browser I wait for the song to start then pause it - then simply copy and paste the http address to here - highlighting the address of course .

Hope that makes sense Wyl - good tune btw - good heavy driving beat - I'll give it a few listens tonight - I'm a bit the same with Oasis - like 4 or 5 of their songs - "Wonderwall" and "The Shock of the Lightning" are fav's of mine ..

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In another browser I wait for the song to start then pause it - then simply copy and paste the http address to here - highlighting the address of course .

Hope that makes sense Wyl - good tune btw - good heavy driving beat - I'll give it a few listens tonight - I'm a bit the same with Oasis - like 4 or 5 of their songs - "Wonderwall" and "The Shock of the Lightning" are fav's of mine ..

Cool i will try it out, the older software handled Youtube clips better i think, but it is not so important as long as the link works....it just looks better!

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In Honour of the man above from my Favourite Band Between 1969-74 they Ruled.

From the Film "Ladies & Gentlemen" which i thoroughly recommend as you can now buy it, all remastered and clean

http://youtu.be/jNaAEJv_sDQ

The Midnight Rambler 1972 with Mick Taylor on lead

Crank this one up and watch on Full Screen.

and this Compilation from 1969 at Madison Square Gardens....

Mick Taylor was only 20..

If Time travel is ever available i will visit these gigs in between viewing Demon Grand Final victories...

This is where Rock n Roll peaked...it still survives, but is more a parody of itself now...

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This a nice thread you've got going Nuggets, anyways here is my contribution:

JTR 1.0

The Jesus and Mary Chain - "Just Like Honey"

Fun Fact: Bobby Gillespie of Primal Scream used to JAMC's drummer

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1989....The Stone Roses "Waterfall"

http://youtu.be/7uQMqsWsGtA

The Track that followed it was "Don't Stop"...

Very cool with Fat J back in 1990 i assure you....!

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