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Old 01-10-2011, 11:32 AM   #11 (permalink)
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i had no idea that Goettel was in Download!

i always thought Download was post "The Process"....interesting
The group was formed by Dwayne and cEvin in 94, and included the other two guys as original members. I believe it was Dwayne's idea to form this group, as a more techno-oriented project ("destroyed techno", as he put it). He wrote and performed on the first 3 albums (Furnace, Charlie's Family, and The Eyes of Stanley Pain) and associated EPs.
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Old 01-10-2011, 02:54 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I am just curious to see some statistics on the sexual orientation of the forum's members. I do believe the forum is run mostly of male heterosexual men, and I wonder if the statistics are represented here.
Male men? Are there other kinds of men?
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Old 01-10-2011, 03:03 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Kim > Thurston > Lee > Mark > Steve
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Old 01-10-2011, 03:07 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Old 01-10-2011, 06:23 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Slayer
Lombardo > Hanneman & King > Bostaph > Araya

Bauhaus
Daniel Ash > Kevin Haskins > Peter Murphy > David J

Killing Joke
Jaz > Geordie > Grohl > Atkins > Ferguson > Youth > Raven > everyone else

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Mike Patton > Jim Martin > Roddy Bottum > Billy Gould > Trey Spruance > Mike Bordin > Jon Hudson > Chuck Mosley

(this last one is funny for me because Trey Spruance is probably one of my favorite guitarists ever but I just don't feel that his contributions to FNM were that amazing)
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Slayer
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Bauhaus
Daniel Ash > Kevin Haskins > Peter Murphy > David J

Killing Joke
Jaz > Geordie > Grohl > Atkins > Ferguson > Youth > Raven > everyone else

Faith No More
Mike Patton > Jim Martin > Roddy Bottum > Billy Gould > Trey Spruance > Mike Bordin > Jon Hudson > Chuck Mosley

(this last one is funny for me because Trey Spruance is probably one of my favorite guitarist ever but I just don't feel that his contributions to FNM were that amazing)
Grohl above Youth? Youth was a founding member and produced the last album and introduced the band to many new recording techniques. Grohl was essentially a session musician and whilst his contributions over the last few years has been exemplary the band has needed Youth back in the fold for sure.

Interesting take on Lombardo for Slayer. His drum sound has become integral to Slayer over the years but I would actually attribute that to Rick Rubin who made that band.
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Grohl above Youth? Youth was a founding member and produced the last album and introduced the band to many new recording techniques. Grohl was essentially a session musician and whilst his contributions over the last few years has been exemplary the band has needed Youth back in the fold for sure.
In those terms I probably would rank Youth higher. I do definitely admire him quite a bit as a producer. But when I was doing those rankings I was thinking more in terms of which components I enjoy the most in a given KJ song, not so much writing or production duties. I honestly like all the members I listed a hell of a lot so it was hard to rank them at all, but I put Grohl where I put him because his drumming on the one album he was on is so mind-blowingly good to me that I feel he deserves special mention even though he was just filling the seat. The funny thing is I really never even gave Grohl much notice as a drummer until I heard that album.

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Interesting take on Lombardo for Slayer. His drum sound has become integral to Slayer over the years but I would actually attribute that to Rick Rubin who made that band.
I don't know man, he's a fantastic drummer even when Rick Rubin isn't involved.
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