I highly recommend
a bit harder rock/metal:
Black Label Society, Disturbed, High On Fire and Testament
Softer stuff, still rock:
Nine Days, Paradise Lost
and i throw in
Social Distortion, for good measure
quite a mix there, but hey you might like some of it!
About 250 CDs, 150 burned CDs, 40 MDs, 100 vinyls, some tapes and 1300 digital tracks.
OT: Very interesting, this is the first time i have encountered a "how much music do you have-thread" where people count their digital music collection. Not that there is anything wrong with that, it just shows how much the times are changing in a "digital" direction.
"its hard to make a comeback if you havent been anywhere"
"anything to stupid to be said, is sung"
"If the facts dont fit the theory, change the facts"
and my favourite:
God made pot
man made beer
who do you trust?
another one along those lines (mods, feel free to remove if disturbing )
"Why drink and drive, when you can smoke and fly"
I dont know, but i figured that shows recorded recently might be illegal (ok they are, according to the tickets "no cameras, recording devices or cameras"). But some bands including metallica used to allow "tapersections" where fans could record the concerts legally. I think some bands still have that.
As i said in a previous post, if a concert is broadcasted on radio, it cant be illegal to record it and share with others. Because if the band allows the show to be...
Originally Posted by Snake
Regretfully that's illegal also; almost all artists / bands prohibit recording of their live performances as per the legal terms of the ticket you purchased. Only the Dead allowed legal recordings of their shows.
nowadays thats true! but for exemple there are older shows that were taped from the radio and some shows taped by a person in the audience with the permission of the band.
AND bootlegs are sometimes...