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Sunday, October 23rd 2005, 7:17pm

kiss?> Edit: i just re read the question i thougth u wanted 2 know who they were in the pic i should take u up on the offer of those specs.. i guss after goin through millions of jumpholes and jumpgates damages ur eyes Edited by - Satanist on 10/23/2005 6:21:54 PM
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Sunday, October 23rd 2005, 7:56pm

Wow, FD, I didn´t know you wanted to rock and roll all night and party every day. As for me, I don´t really have true rebel music. Probably the closest would be when my friend J.D. came over to a LAN party and asked the question "do you want to listen to death metal or disney music?" or my two years in a row coming back from the warped tour completely out of it. (Contact highs, not the real thing)
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Sunday, October 23rd 2005, 8:59pm

parents don´t know what i listen to cause i wear headphones ^^ <img src=smilies/icon_smile_tongue.gif width=15 height=15 border=0 align=middle>
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Monday, October 24th 2005, 4:00am

lol. I never took you for a &quot;platform shoes&quot; type of guy FD <img src=smilies/icon_smile_big.gif width=15 height=15 border=0 align=middle> My parents are heavily into opera and classical music, so any music other than that was considered &quot;a rebellion&quot;...even freakin´ Simon and Garfunkel...prior to my teens, listening to &quot;Mars the Bringer of War&quot; would have been considered radical <img src=smilies/icon_smile_tongue.gif width=15 height=15 border=0 align=middle> But in answer to your question, I suppose the stuff that first began to annoy them was my &quot;aerosmith phase&quot; at the age of 13. Unfortunately for them I soon grew out of it when I discovered the wonderful world of grunge - so they were bombarded with the likes of Babes in Toyland, Silverfish, Screaming Trees, Dinosaur Jr, My Bloody Valentine etc etc. Saying that, at least they understood roughly where I was coming from with that stuff - when I went through my &quot;the cure phase&quot;, that really knocked them for six.
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Monday, October 24th 2005, 4:33am

My dad was at the isle of white festival and can be seen on stage in the photo of Jimi´s albumn from same event. He had thousands and I literally mean thousands, of vynil albumns covering nearly everything ever done by nearly anybody who ever did it. A child who knows what Mick Fleetwood´s Green Manaleshi(sp--bin a while) was and listens to School´s Out on the car stereo, full blast with upgraded speakers, in the morning has to listen to Charlotte friggin´ Church if he wants to get a rebel rep with his folks. How does a kid stand a snowballs´ chance of being ridiculed for being &quot;rebellious&quot; by parents like any normal family while his dad tells where the best &quot;gear&quot; could be found while listening to Iron Butterfly with the volume set to level 11 (that´s one louder). My claim to fame however, and I know my tales will never compete with Groms here, is that one Mr M Loaf dropped a Marshall amp right on top of me when trying to do a tumble as part of his act and pulled me up onto the stage to apologise.<img src=smilies/icon_smile_tongue.gif width=15 height=15 border=0 align=middle>
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Monday, October 24th 2005, 5:02am

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Monday, October 24th 2005, 8:05am

@druid - lol. thats quite some image! could´ve been worse i suppose, *he* could have fallen on ya <img src=smilies/icon_smile_wink.gif width=15 height=15 border=0 align=middle>
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Monday, October 24th 2005, 8:11am

Parents really never said much about the music I listened to. There was a time, unfortunately, before I was a teen, that I actually liked to listen to Gilber &amp; Sullivan so you might say that the rebellious music I listened to later was in reaction to my own earlier musical preferences. <img src=smilies/icon_smile_tongue.gif width=15 height=15 border=0 align=middle> On the other hand, Jimi Hendrix is still the ultimate. <img src=smilies/icon_smile_big.gif width=15 height=15 border=0 align=middle>

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Monday, October 24th 2005, 9:30am

Sex Pistols and yes I was a punk <img src=smilies/icon_smile_tongue.gif width=15 height=15 border=0 align=middle>

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Monday, October 24th 2005, 10:23am

interesting question, as for the rebellious youth, and the music to go with it, my folks love Rammstein, me too, so theres little rebellious in that but I do listen to Rebel Music (The Wolfe Tones, Eire &#211;g, The Dubliners, Athenrye) but they are more in the Irish variant of Rebel Music. where I got it from, is another story, which I won´t tell here

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Monday, October 24th 2005, 8:22pm

Quiet Riot. Cum on feel the noize!! ---<i>&quot;Smoke me a kipper, I´ll be back for breakfast.&quot; </i>
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Monday, October 24th 2005, 9:43pm

as for my parents they were hippies so I really couldnt knock their taste in music, shoot I grew up on pink flod. But like indi said my current taste is in rebellion of what I listened to twelve years ago lol. I now find that the older I get the harder my music gets, Of cource when I finally get into a band I find out they no longer exist. Blessed Be to all those that still dream of the flight to the stars. quote &quot; You wouldn´t like my Happy Place it is full of blood, carnage, and destruction&quot; :ME <img src=smilies/icon_smile.gif width=15 height=15 border=0 align=middle>
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Tuesday, October 25th 2005, 1:29am

your parents listen to rammstein, loc? ...woof. I can´t remember what my parents were into into... My dad´s gotten into old style rock and roll and rockabilly. I find that the sounds of one generation usually end up in the opposite style in the other. Nirvana probably wouldn´t exsist as it did if Abba didn´t make it big. But then the Disco backlash might not have happened, and disco could have turned into what´s now known as italo disco (<A href=´http://www.di.fm/edmguide´ Target=_Blank>Ishkur´s Guide to Electronic Music</a> - for those who are unfamiliar with italo disco. look under house.) But that didn´t happen. Nirvana happened and Cobain is dead. Such is life. But yeah, the first time my dad said &quot;I´m not a fan of this type of music&quot; probably was Static-X, which was at the start of last year. I had ´rebelled´ in the sense, but I soon got over it. It seems like a very childish thing looking back. Ah well, could be worse. A small side note, my dad didn´t even say &quot;I´m not a fan of this music&quot; (his classic phrase to say: turn this down i dont like it) to Rage Against The Machine... how odd. -:- You Wanna Revolution?
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Tuesday, October 25th 2005, 2:42am

@Druid: difficult to shock such a Dad (btw: could be me <img src=smilies/icon_smile_big.gif width=15 height=15 border=0 align=middle>) - maybe you should have listened to ... Abba, The Osmonds, Milli Vanilli, Boney M. I am tempted to turn the tables o

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