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Mon, Dec. 22nd, 2008 | 09:47 am 

In the rear's top 20


Posted by slavezombie

garb Revolver mentions a coffee table book called Dimebag Darrel: he came to rock. Damn, I'm not too happy with the new CDs I just bought. I would return them but Aomeba is such a rip off when it comes to trade-ins, but then again, what the hell am I going to do with them. I really need to remind myself to not shop for CDs unless I have a solid idea of what's hot. I might make up a top 20 list as copied from radio charts. Here's what Liquid Metal and Octane are playing:


  1. Death magnetic - METALLICA
  2. All hope is gone - SLIPKNOT 
  3. The way of all flesh - GOJIRA
  4. Conquer - SOULFLY
  5. The formation of damnation - TESTAMENT
  6. The march - UNEARTH
  7. The dream - IN THIS MOMENT
  8. Overcome - ALL THAT REMAINS
  9. Watershed - OPETH
  10. When skies wash ashore - STRAIGHT LINE STITCH
  11. The blackening special edition - MACHINE HEAD
  12. Godspeed on the devil's thunder - CRADLE OF FILTH
  13. The new game - MUDVAYNE
  14. Versus - THE HAUNTED
  15. Inflikted - CAVALERA CONSPIRACY
  16. Time waits for no slave - NAPALM DEATH
  17. Twilight of the thunder god - AMON AMARTH
  18. Rock the rebel - VOLBEAT
  19. Earthblood - GOD FORBID
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Mon, Dec. 22nd, 2008 | 09:59 pm 

Excel sees an opportunity to abandon bookkeeping during these hard times


Posted by slavezombie

In case you haven't heard, AC/DC has a new CD out called Black ice. Man, that's eight whole years since their last release of Stiff upper lip. Read the lyrics hereCollapse ) This is the song to track one (no pun) which reminds me of the Metrolink train accident in Chatsworth, 9/13/8. I found a partial video of the Excel file that streams this song, if streaming is what you'd call an Excel document that plays music. It's also downloadable at http://www.acdcrocks.com/excel/, but I won't know if it works until I try it tomorrow. I'm guessing it's a free download. So it can't hurt to try.

The techs came by the other day to upgrade the Dells in the office to XP (whatever that means). What were we running before? Eventually, the network connection is going to be accessible via fiber optic technology. How exciting. Not. My MacBook Pro only tolerate a 2 GB upgrade. I was really looking forward to 4GB.

Is it just me, or do the song titles of this new AC/DC album seem to be suggestive of traffic collisions? I'm probably just imagining it. They still sound a lot like the traditional AC/DC I knew growing up, but I can't make sense of the songs. Don't get me wrong, though. I much prefer music from down under than some of the wacked masshole bands out there like ^11 +ha+ r3ma!n5. ⬅(I can't bring myself to type their name in my blog) Forget it. I'll stop talking trash about them better.
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