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GuitarBoy666  
5 Jun 2008 14:35 | Quote
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I was just wondering, do any of you guys here ever listen to any of the radio stations in iTunes?

I've been using it for a while and have found a lot of sweet bands from it, in fact I have a list in front of me of bands to download stuff by. I've even told my best friend and he spread the word as well.

What about you guys, do you use it? What are your favorite stations in it?

Mine would be, ChroniX Aggression, Hard Rockin' 80's and there was another one I think from Seattle.
GRX40  
5 Jun 2008 16:08 | Quote
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I like them, but they're usually pretty slow on my computer for some reason. I haven't checked them out in a while though.
GuitarBoy666  
5 Jun 2008 16:25 | Quote
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Might justbe your computer, sometimes the bitrates aren't the best
Veqq  
5 Jun 2008 17:10 | Quote
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As with all radio, they don't have anything that I like. :(
Everything is too slow for me, the Extreme metal is the closest, except those bands just try to be brutal and have a lack of solos.

The Techno stations are okay though.
ThePusher  
5 Jun 2008 17:45 | Quote
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I dig this shit man I thought Testament sucked before now I kinda want to see Judas Priest and Testament when they come to Victoria
GuitarBoy666  
5 Jun 2008 18:48 | Quote
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Testament \m/
They were on on ChorniX earlier on.

I only like this station because it is pretty heavy.
I am finding a hell of a lot of new music form it too!
ThePusher  
5 Jun 2008 21:27 | Quote
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yeah dude same here like its rockin Pantera right now, and earlier I heard some Nevermore
GRX40  
5 Jun 2008 22:24 | Quote
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GuitarBoy666 says:
Might justbe your computer, sometimes the bitrates aren't the best


Yeah, it's probably my internet connection. It's kinda stupid sometimes. I haven't tried it in a while though, so I might try again.

EDIT: It works now.
GuitarBoy666  
6 Jun 2008 04:52 | Quote
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I was listening to Pantera last night! Headbanging the crap outta myself to Walk on that station haha.

GRX, that's good, now you can find new music too ;p
My internet always disconnects and its pissy when I am trying to do stuff, I take it you can't listen to the radio if your internet is dead?
Doz  
6 Jun 2008 12:26 | Quote
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Good old Pantera. Walk is a bit overplayed though in my opinion... get yerself some Primal Concrete Sledge on the go. :D
blackholesun  
6 Jun 2008 12:28 | Quote
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It's all about Mouth For War...
Doz  
6 Jun 2008 12:31 | Quote
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Use it for what it's foooor.
blackholesun  
6 Jun 2008 12:36 | Quote
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Speak the truth about me!
Doz  
6 Jun 2008 12:38 | Quote
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Determined!





I think, unless there's another line before that...
GuitarBoy666  
6 Jun 2008 13:54 | Quote
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I like the start of it haha "Fuck the world FOR ALL IT'S WORTH! Every inch OF PLANET EARTH!"

And the part that goes "All the money in the fuckin world can't buy me a moment of trust" etc.

Pantera rules, but I like their 90s stuff more than their hair band style music ;)
blackholesun  
6 Jun 2008 16:37 | Quote
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To be honest, I haven't listened to their 80s stuff because I heard it was crap
league  
6 Jun 2008 21:32 | Quote
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Weird. I wonder how Phil Anselmo looked in the 80s. I havent heard too much Pantera. You guys have any suggestions?
keniemn  
6 Jun 2008 21:45 | Quote
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far beyond the great southern cowboys volgar hits
its got most of the best pretty much threw their histoy together
comes with dvd
blackholesun  
7 Jun 2008 01:58 | Quote
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Phil Anselmo joined Pantera at the very end of the eighties, '87 or '88 I think it was, and he was kinda like the catalyst for their change in musical direction. I would get Cowboys From Hell ('90) and Vulgar Display Of Power ('92).
GuitarBoy666  
7 Jun 2008 11:01 | Quote
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BHS, they are my fav albums, so I'd have to agree.

80s Pantera: http://img232.imageshack.us/img232/5185/pantera15tcoa3.jpg
Doz  
7 Jun 2008 12:57 | Quote
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Yeah, those albums are the first ones to look into, that BHS mentioned.


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