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Skull
The End Of The Line
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SkullMensagemEnviada: Mon Aug 23, 2021 1:50 pm Assunto: Responder com Citação Adicionar a lista de mensagens a serem citadas Remover da lista de mensagens a serem citadas

KISS's PAUL STANLEY: 'How Could You Not Be A METALLICA Fan?'

The new issue of Classic Rock magazine celebrates 30 years of METALLICA's self-titled LP, better known as the "Black Album," with new interviews with both the members of the band and some of the album's famous fans. Among the other musicians paying tribute to the effort is KISS frontman Paul Stanley who shared what the album means to him.

"How could you not be a METALLICA fan?" he asked. "Eric Carr [former KISS drummer, who died in 1991] was the one that brought METALLICA into our realm, and he did that quite a bit earlier, in the early, early days of METALLICA. But in terms of becoming a worldwide phenomenon, I would have to say the Black Album was what did that.

"'Enter Sandman' — that song really flicked a switch, it changed something. It retained the grit, the passion and the rawness of what they had done until that point, but it managed to package it in a way that had a more widespread appeal. It wasn't a coincidence that Bob Rock produced that album. He became the go-to guy for bringing out the most commercial aspect of a band's sound, whether we are talking METALLICA or THE CULT.

"But the most important thing when you are a band or a creative person is to do what you want," Stanley added. "Kudos to METALLICA for that. Where they've gone since the Black Album, and factoring in their beginnings, is nothing less than amazing. Their appeal became massive, in capital letters, because it crossed boundaries. That's always a great plus."
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[metalremains]MensagemEnviada: Mon Aug 23, 2021 2:11 pm Assunto: Responder com Citação Adicionar a lista de mensagens a serem citadas Remover da lista de mensagens a serem citadas

Paul Stanley está correto.
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Bay Area Thrasher
Whiplash
Whiplash


The Empire Strikes Bac

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Bay Area ThrasherMensagemEnviada: Mon Aug 23, 2021 2:13 pm Assunto: Responder com Citação Adicionar a lista de mensagens a serem citadas Remover da lista de mensagens a serem citadas

Claro. O paul stanley nunca errou
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uerlei
The End Of The Line
The End Of The Line


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uerleiMensagemEnviada: Mon Aug 23, 2021 2:21 pm Assunto: Responder com Citação Adicionar a lista de mensagens a serem citadas Remover da lista de mensagens a serem citadas

Skull escreveu:
KISS's PAUL STANLEY: 'How Could You Not Be A METALLICA Fan?'

The new issue of Classic Rock magazine celebrates 30 years of METALLICA's self-titled LP, better known as the "Black Album," with new interviews with both the members of the band and some of the album's famous fans. Among the other musicians paying tribute to the effort is KISS frontman Paul Stanley who shared what the album means to him.

"How could you not be a METALLICA fan?" he asked. "Eric Carr [former KISS drummer, who died in 1991] was the one that brought METALLICA into our realm, and he did that quite a bit earlier, in the early, early days of METALLICA. But in terms of becoming a worldwide phenomenon, I would have to say the Black Album was what did that.

"'Enter Sandman' — that song really flicked a switch, it changed something. It retained the grit, the passion and the rawness of what they had done until that point, but it managed to package it in a way that had a more widespread appeal. It wasn't a coincidence that Bob Rock produced that album. He became the go-to guy for bringing out the most commercial aspect of a band's sound, whether we are talking METALLICA or THE CULT.

"But the most important thing when you are a band or a creative person is to do what you want," Stanley added. "Kudos to METALLICA for that. Where they've gone since the Black Album, and factoring in their beginnings, is nothing less than amazing. Their appeal became massive, in capital letters, because it crossed boundaries. That's always a great plus."


Até os fodidos se rendem aos nossos mestres.
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PH
Whiplash
Whiplash


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PHMensagemEnviada: Mon Aug 23, 2021 6:02 pm Assunto: Responder com Citação Adicionar a lista de mensagens a serem citadas Remover da lista de mensagens a serem citadas

Olha o ponto a que chega a empáfia destes arrombados.
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JudasRising
Frantic
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JudasRisingMensagemEnviada: Mon Aug 23, 2021 9:40 pm Assunto: Responder com Citação Adicionar a lista de mensagens a serem citadas Remover da lista de mensagens a serem citadas

Skull escreveu:
KISS's PAUL STANLEY: 'How Could You Not Be A METALLICA Fan?'

The new issue of Classic Rock magazine celebrates 30 years of METALLICA's self-titled LP, better known as the "Black Album," with new interviews with both the members of the band and some of the album's famous fans. Among the other musicians paying tribute to the effort is KISS frontman Paul Stanley who shared what the album means to him.

"How could you not be a METALLICA fan?" he asked. "Eric Carr [former KISS drummer, who died in 1991] was the one that brought METALLICA into our realm, and he did that quite a bit earlier, in the early, early days of METALLICA. But in terms of becoming a worldwide phenomenon, I would have to say the Black Album was what did that.

"'Enter Sandman' — that song really flicked a switch, it changed something. It retained the grit, the passion and the rawness of what they had done until that point, but it managed to package it in a way that had a more widespread appeal. It wasn't a coincidence that Bob Rock produced that album. He became the go-to guy for bringing out the most commercial aspect of a band's sound, whether we are talking METALLICA or THE CULT.

"But the most important thing when you are a band or a creative person is to do what you want," Stanley added. "Kudos to METALLICA for that. Where they've gone since the Black Album, and factoring in their beginnings, is nothing less than amazing. Their appeal became massive, in capital letters, because it crossed boundaries. That's always a great plus."


The God That Failed.
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Kirkão
Whiplash
Whiplash


:. Mastodonic Brotherhood :.

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KirkãoMensagemEnviada: Thu Aug 26, 2021 8:59 pm Assunto: Responder com Citação Adicionar a lista de mensagens a serem citadas Remover da lista de mensagens a serem citadas

Paul pegou covid Sad
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Frantic
Frantic


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JudasRisingMensagemEnviada: Thu Aug 26, 2021 9:46 pm Assunto: Responder com Citação Adicionar a lista de mensagens a serem citadas Remover da lista de mensagens a serem citadas

Saiu até boato que tinha tido um infarto, mas ele disse que está tudo bem.

PAUZÃO vai melhorar logo.
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Skull
The End Of The Line
The End Of The Line


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SkullMensagemEnviada: Thu Aug 26, 2021 10:42 pm Assunto: Responder com Citação Adicionar a lista de mensagens a serem citadas Remover da lista de mensagens a serem citadas

Nossa, se o Paul Stanley tivesse morrido podia acabar logo esse mundo lixo de filho da puta.
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Master Of Puppets
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Papa HecMensagemEnviada: Fri Aug 27, 2021 12:18 am Assunto: Responder com Citação Adicionar a lista de mensagens a serem citadas Remover da lista de mensagens a serem citadas

Um dia ele vai morrer. É melhor se preparar.
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Skull
The End Of The Line
The End Of The Line


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SkullMensagemEnviada: Mon Sep 06, 2021 1:01 pm Assunto: Responder com Citação Adicionar a lista de mensagens a serem citadas Remover da lista de mensagens a serem citadas

Seria essa a foto mais icônica da história do Rock 'N Roll?

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Frantic
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JudasRisingMensagemEnviada: Mon Sep 06, 2021 1:04 pm Assunto: Responder com Citação Adicionar a lista de mensagens a serem citadas Remover da lista de mensagens a serem citadas

Uma das.
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LuizOp
Some Kind Of Monster
Some Kind Of Monster


O que é ?

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LuizOpMensagemEnviada: Tue Sep 07, 2021 11:35 am Assunto: Responder com Citação Adicionar a lista de mensagens a serem citadas Remover da lista de mensagens a serem citadas

Skull escreveu:
Seria essa a foto mais icônica da história do Rock 'N Roll?

(Imagem)


Se foder, coisa linda demais.
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JudasRising
Frantic
Frantic


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JudasRisingMensagemEnviada: Wed Sep 29, 2021 10:20 pm Assunto: Responder com Citação Adicionar a lista de mensagens a serem citadas Remover da lista de mensagens a serem citadas

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Skull
The End Of The Line
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SkullMensagemEnviada: Wed Sep 29, 2021 10:22 pm Assunto: Responder com Citação Adicionar a lista de mensagens a serem citadas Remover da lista de mensagens a serem citadas

O KISS não cansa de ser perfeito.
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