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Old 07-07-2015, 06:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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... Any of us besides me still alive?? I am itching to talk CS and Joel Koesche!!! And other 90s favorites of course
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Old 07-07-2015, 07:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I bump Collective Soul pretty often. Idk who Joel Koesche, is that one of it's members?
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I bump Collective Soul pretty often. Idk who Joel Koesche, is that one of it's members?
He was the second (well... As far as the rosters are concerned...) lead guitarist after Ross Childress "split"... But he came out with his own record (or whatever the hell the correct term for it is these days...) back in '09 if I'm not mistaken... I picked it up when they came to ATL during their "Rabbit" (for lack of a symbol) tour...

Now I usually don't go for the lead-FITB-gone-solo because its usually how the band meshes that really gets me, but I must admit I was incredibly impressed with everything about it, it was a concept album to boot that IMHO everyone should give a try front beginning to end at leasr once in their lives, if they like 90's sound AT ALL. It got me through some madness and I'm still mourning its loss when it failed to survive the death of my old abused BLAZER...

But I digress...

I could talk about CS all day; love their stuff... My daughter calls them "Ed" LOL. Which songs are you into at the moment... I can't stop listening to "Maybe" from Discoplines Breakdown.... I can't figure out why either lol
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Oh, and if you want to give Joel a good trial run before listening to his solo album sart to finish, try out "I Don't Need Any More Friends"... It's on CS's "Afterwords" album and its heavy Joel with the classic CS twist; best song on the whole album (well, overall) as far as Im concerned... And that's difficult to admit coming from a long-time CS follower.

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Ok I just remembered what the album is called. It's "Fight Years."

(Sorry, I prefer to remember things on my own because it actually flexes your brain's hippocampus which is the most "plastic" part of the brain...)
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I'll check the album out. I don't really pay much attention to individual instruments since I don't know anything about playing them.
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