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View Poll Results: What is your Favorite style of rock
Classic 21 16.03%
Goth 2 1.53%
Heavy Metal 30 22.90%
Punk 15 11.45%
Hair Metal 1 0.76%
Rap/Rock 1 0.76%
Alternative 32 24.43%
Prog 29 22.14%
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Old 06-17-2006, 09:45 PM   #51 (permalink)
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and even if you think motley crue doesn't, what about metallica
What about Metallica?

James wrote three spectacular themed albums Ride the Lightning, Master of Puppets, and ...And Justice For All.
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Old 06-17-2006, 09:46 PM   #52 (permalink)
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Still not better than CTTS.
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Old 06-17-2006, 09:51 PM   #53 (permalink)
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When I get high
I get high on speed
Top fuel funny car's
A drug for me
My heart, my heart
Kickstart my heart
Always got the cops
Coming after me
Custom built bike doing 103
My heart, my heart
Kickstart my heart

Ooh, are you ready girls?
Ooh, are you ready now?
Ooh, yeah
Kickstart my heart
Give it a start
Ooh, yeah, baby
Ooh, yeah
Kickstart my heart
Hope it never stops
Ooh, yeah, baby

Skydive naked
From an aeroplane
Or a lady with a
Body from outerspace
My heart, my heart
Kickstart my heart
Say I got trouble
Trouble in my eyes
I'm just looking for Another good time
My heart, my heart
Kickstart my heart

Ooh, are you ready girls?
Ooh, are you ready now?
Ooh, yeah
Kickstart my heart
Give it a start
Ooh, yeah, baby
Ooh, yeah
Kickstart my heart
Hope it never stops
Ooh, yeah, baby

When we started this band
All we needed, needed was a laugh
Years gone by...
I'd say we've kicked some ass
When I'm enraged
Or hittin' the stage
Adrenaline rushing
Through my veins
And I'd say we're still kickin' ass

Ooo, ahh, kickstart my heart
Hope it never stops
And to think, we did all of this...
To rock

Kickstart my heart

You say our love
Is like dynamite
Open your eyes
'Cause it's like fire and ice
Well you're killing me
Your love's a guillotine
Why don't you just set me free

[Chorus:]
Too young to fall in love

Run for the hills
We're both sinners and saints
Not a woman, but a whore
I can just taste the hate
Well now I'm killing you
Watch your face turning blue
Not yet a man
Just a punk in the street

[Chorus:]

[Solo:]

You say our love
Is like dynamite
Well its no surprise
Cause you've got one-way eyes
Well you're killing me
Your love's a guillotine
Not yet a man
Just a punk in the street


9. Knock 'Em Dead Kid

In the heat of the night
You went and blackened my eyes
Well now I'm back
I'm back
I'm back
And I'm coming your way
Well now I'm supercharged
Might just explode in your face
I'm black
I'm black
I'm black
And I'm primed for hate

[Chorus:]
Knock 'em dead, kid
(Knock 'em dead!)
Knock 'em dead, kid
(Knock 'em dead!)
The blade is red, kid
(Knock 'em dead!)
Knock 'em dead, kid
(Knock 'em dead!) A star-spangled fight
Heard a steel-belted scream
Now I'm black, I'm black, I'm black
Another sidewalk's bloody dream
I heard the sirens whine
My blood turned to freeze
You'll see the red in my eyes
As you take my disease

[Chorus:]

[Solo:]

[Chorus:]
Knock 'em Knock'em Knock 'em
Dead...............[scream]
Knock'em dead kid
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just to show a few
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Old 06-17-2006, 09:52 PM   #55 (permalink)
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Exactly. Horrible.
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maybe to you, but i wasn't exactly trying to show you. and if your smart, you can tell there are real life experiances behind the lyrics.
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Crowquill: Circle takes the Square

Nothing's so lucid as the promise of dreams, but these pills we found just make me sleep.
There's nothing quite so pure as the written word my dear, so lets have ourselves a little poem.
Until the will to speak loses urgency.
Our animal indecency in print is so blase.
Its about the bell tower, at the golden hour.
Angel of the spires climbs here steel cage staircase spine, angle of desire.
Ascend the wrought iron, one by one, wrung by wrung.
Is it the rising roof line that makes me feel so swallowed whole,
or the way my body barely pricks the sky,
the same as a century's worth of virgin's blood that's passed through my longing veins,
scheming to convince my aching mind that pleasure's got nothing on the miracle of need.
Nothing's so purile as meter and rhyme when you can't see the ground from that ledge and this perch is so far, far from the nest.
Gravity doesn't grant me the privilege of failure my bough never breaks
I don't stumble into anything
so I climb and I carve my initials in the bark with that feather I found but its all so contrived.
My genes didn't bless me with the foresight of a sage but I know how this will end, in apologies and ink on the page.
A slowly constructed crow quilled confession of my spirit to all of you,
black waterproof ink scars the board, so hot-pressed, pristine and pure.
A slowly constructed manifestation of "to tremble",
as base as a bridge in a song and less like the poem that I promised you.
Nothing's so lurid as haiku-detat on sidewalks in white outlined chalk,
all I've got is this ink smeared lines.
With our voices in harmony, the offering, of a crow quilled threnody.


Same Shade as Concrete: Circle Takes the Square

Rejoice, rejoice a noble birth, a prince is born.
Behold the birth of violence, beasts of fang and feather cry for our concrete rapture,
and if we beg to be put down, unto us the most inspired storm.
A princess ravaged by her prince behold; the birth of sex and distance, two frail corpses both were they, his eyes were the first to stray... every tree held fast the earth to sky.
Concrete replaces every branch and twig as they were frayed upon the birth of ambition. The heavens filled our gilded vessel with poison tears, before we drink, I propose a toast, a final prayer.
Here's to the watchers in the wood, here's to the last days, unto us a most inspired song.
Shaper, stop the music.
Halt the harp strings whose chords confuse our histories with textures.
With the disheartened chorus of a hymnal whose choir is the conviction of the starving, artless, tempted by the feast of proof that this body of work has worth.
Uncertain as the fingering of a chord torn prematurely from a piano's womb.
As we fill our precious lungs with concrete, that faithful shade, a shaper's song is stopped short- a dying breath a singing shore.
Then the only movement and the last remains of grace:
Pollen falling off the simple hinge joint leg upon the final breath of a dragonfly.
A cardinal, lost but headstrong in mid flight cries for our concrete rapture, wade...
in the water, wade. Let the flood swell, thank the storm for her tears.
The faithful say its beautiful, its god's will
but the fool knows what the prophets have seen, no salvation's impending.
The faithful say its beautiful, its god's will let the flood swell and the bodies that break we'll just float down the river. Stay tame, soft river, while we weigh our faith, stay sweet, run softly, sweet river, the fool who wades in doubt will float like concrete.
Come and fill your lungs. Come and fill your lungs.
There's so much hope buried underneath tragedy, its the same shade as concrete.
The faithful say its beautiful, its god's will, let the flood swell
on the loudspeaker sermons and a parish descending.
There's so much hope buried underneath tragedy, its the same shade as concrete.
Let the flood swell.



Just to show a few.
By the way, your lyrics proved nothing besides my point.
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and if your smart.
That's priceless. So, what if there are real experiences behind it. I don't care. I rather listen to some fuck who's never been there but can write the hell of a piece of paper. And what are you implying? That because there are expierences behind that automatically makes it good? That James didn't write about personal stuff? Wrong and wrong.
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okay in crowquill it seems like the lyrics kind of jump around a lot. and in my opinion, yours shows my point.
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Old 06-17-2006, 10:00 PM   #60 (permalink)
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Hair Metal is notorious for bad lyrics and Emo is notorious for good lyrics. And how dare you say that about crowquill that song single handedly owns Motlley Crue.
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