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    I haven't had a sit-up-and-take-notice reaction to a new band like this in a long time. I can't stop listening to it.

    (And by the way, haven't heard the new Morbid Angel record... that Hitler video has me scared off.)
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    Deep Purple's "Phoenix Rising" To Be Released On DVD, DVD/CD, And Blu-Ray In June | Rock News | Eddie Trunk

    On June 28th, Eagle Rock Entertainment will release Deep Purple's "Phoenix Rising" a two-hour-plus revelatory documentary including 30 minutes of never-before-seen (not even on bootleg) onstage footage from Japan. "Phoenix Rising" will be released on DVD, Blu-ray, and in a special two-disc DVD/CD package.


    The release is cause for celebration amongst Purple fans due to the rarity of material. Extensive interviews with keyboardist Jon Lord and bassist Glenn Hughes tell the tale of a band caught by circumstance into one of its most controversial, extreme and exciting eras of its long career. Ian Gillan and Roger Glover were gone. A young unknown singer by the name of David Coverdale was recruited as was bassist Hughes. The results were the albums "Burn" and "Stormbringer" (both released in 1974). But then Ritchie Blackmore left the band. Against all odds, they rocked on, recruiting Tommy Bolin (from Zephyr and The James Gang). The album "Come Taste The Band" (1975) documents the short-lived Bolin era, an era that all came crashing down when the band announced in July of 1976 that it was breaking up. By December, Bolin would be dead due to a heroin overdose. Nine years of silence would ensue.


    The never-before-seen 30 minutes, "Rises Over Japan," has the Coverdale/Lord/Bolin/Hughes/Paice lineup delivering the goods in 1976 on eight songs: "Burn," "Getting Tighter," "Love Child," "Smoke On The Water," "Lazy," "Homeward Strut," "You Keep On Moving" and "Stormbringer." (The double-disc package contains these eight songs on CD.) This segment is some of the only video footage that showcases Tommy Bolin performing in Deep Purple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    to quote the great Norm MacDonald...'Wait, what???'
    Some Morbid Angel humor.

    Anyhoo, Up the Irons

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    This is what I have been listening to!



    Tombs "Path of totality."

    Good Stuff!
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    Finally got to properly listen to Beyond Ancient Space, the latest by Bong. They're a heavy, psychedelic drone band, similar to Sunn O)))....just as intense but with a drummer. This album does not disappoint, easily able to get lost in the music.

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    Wow I was wondering who tha little dude was. I was like WTTf!! I remember a Vince Neil show at the Grove of Anahien. Dennis Rodman got on Stage during one the songs I thought that was crazy
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    First one off the new Machine Head album that comes out this Fall..

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