Discussion in 'Random Chat' started by Derek, May 7, 2008.
now i don't even want to watch it!
then heres another vote for it owns.
I liked all the movies he listed.
Ron Perlman is a good actor and Hellboy is a good film.
I agree with this statement.
Nintendo Wii: If you thought you looked stupid playing air instruments before...
...Nintendo's presentation blew as well. It's like E3 so far is about the casual market... Yet I bet there are no casual fans keeping up with E3. Wii Music is just... No.
I just have to tell you one thing. If you let people's opinions tell you whether or not to watch something, then you're going to miss out on a lot of good movies.
THANK YOU GUYS!
DUDE, it was just a comment, of course i don't let people tell me what to watch.
James Stewart is an amazing actor, just because practically everything he says is to the effect of "Oh boy, gosh darn it!". He's so clean-cut, he makes Ian Mackaye look like every hair metal band put together with Pete Doherty on top.
Holy shit. Bullet for My Valentine stole a riff almost exactly from Killswitch Engage's "Rose of Sharyn" for the song "Just Another Star."
There's only so many combinations you can put chords/notes in.
There's more or less an unlimited number of chord combinations. These two riffs are identical right down the palm muting and the timing.
What part of the song? I want to hear this
What part of the BFMV song I mean
The easiest way to hear it is to just fast-forward to the end of "Just Another Star," about 20 seconds or so from the end. That palm-muted riff is basically the same as a riff from "Rose of Sharyn."
WOW, that IS a ripoff.
It's probably a coincidence, because they were released the same year, within like 8 months of each other, I think.
Still funny, though.
Someone did that to nine inch nails "last", as well.
Yeah. I mean, I listened to it a bunch more times, and it's not exactly the same, but it's still really weird. The fact that those albums were released within months of each other and the riffs are that similar is kind of weird, too.
The only reason I even noticed is because I remembered a riff my buddy was playing the other night at practice, and he said it was original. So I started playing it, and I was like, "Wait, that's from a Killswitch Engage song." And then when I listened to "Rose of Sharyn," I almost peed my pants because I remembered the same riff from "Just Another Star."
Off to Drivers Ed
The concept of a celebrity going to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting is ridiculous.
"Hi, my name is Jim, and I'm an alcoholic."
"DUDE, I LOVED YOU IN THE MASK!"
Not so anonymous.
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