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04/06/2005 10:28 pm
heres a few of my fave intros to songs

1 Dreamtheater: A Change of seasons
2 Obituary: Cause of death
3 Metallica :One
4 GnR : Sweet Child of mine
5 Pink floyd:Comfortably numb
and so on....
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04/06/2005 10:31 pm
1. GNR-Sweet Child O Mine

2. Van Halen-Aint Talkin Bout Love

3.Led Zepplin- Heartbraker
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04/06/2005 10:36 pm
Joe Satriani: Satch Boogie

Opps forgot that one ok thats me number 2 :D That intro rocks!!
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04/06/2005 11:31 pm
Goratory - Mutilate and Modify
Therion - ginnungagap (at least live)
Cryptopsy - way too many to pull what I did on the best solo thread so I'll name a couple, Phobophile, Cold Hate, Warm Blood and Graves of the Fathers (honestly, who didn't see that one coming a mile away?)
Opeth - Blackwater park and Bleak to name a couple
Plenty others.
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04/06/2005 11:54 pm
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
Journey - Don't stop believin'
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04/07/2005 1:49 am
ratm: guerilla radio
ratm: sleep now in the fire
a pantera song in witch I forget the name,
ill go look for it
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04/07/2005 2:38 am
Cemetary Gates-Pantera
The Thing Which Should Not Be-Metallica
No More Tears-Ozzy
There are many more but I don't feel like typing 'em all...you guys get the idea.
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04/07/2005 4:46 am
Just about any Metallica intro, but to name a few...

-One
-Sanitarium
-Battery
-Damage Inc
-Fade to Black
-Master of Puppets (arrrgh, its a bastard to play though)


Also...

-Another Brick in the Wall (well, mainly the outro (my sig))
-Voodoo Chile
-Sweet Child o' Mine
-Blue Powder (AFTER the little kid stops talking, lol)
BOL
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04/07/2005 5:14 am
Jewel - you were meant for me.... :p

Seriously though has anyone heard Steve Vai's interpretation of Beethoven's 5th?
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04/07/2005 5:21 am
Clutch - Mercury
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04/07/2005 6:52 am
Samael: Rain. (and many others)

Joe Satriani: (just about everything).

Cradle of Filth: From the cradle to enslave.

Type O Negative: Bloody Kisses.

Iced Earth: Burnt Offerings.

......this is getting way to hard for me to narrow down. I just realized how long this list could actually be!!! So I'll stop there. :cool:
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04/07/2005 7:00 am
A King Diamond song I can't remember.The notes are quikly driven down and up with the trem bar on each note...its like,waah waah wah waah...ah forget it.
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04/07/2005 12:55 pm
Originally Posted by: chucklivesoninmyheartA King Diamond song I can't remember.The notes are quikly driven down and up with the trem bar on each note...its like,waah waah wah waah...ah forget it.


Are you sure it's not that one song that's more like "wahhh waah wah waaaah"?
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04/07/2005 4:01 pm
Hmmm, that's a tough one....

Not in order or anything....

1. Dream Theater: Change Of Season's
2. Pink Floyd: Shine On You Crazy Diamond
3. Clutch: The Dragonfly
4. Van Halen: Hot For Teacher
5. Clutch: The Mob Goes Wild
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04/07/2005 7:28 pm
The James Gang - Funk #49 (even if by now it sometimes makes the old-timers cringe from having had to play it so many times)

Scissorfight - Fine Me, Scream of the Wendigo

Roger Clyne and The Peacemakers - Horses (Live)
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04/07/2005 7:33 pm
Well a fav is 'Revolution is My Name'-Pantera...screaming tone, with bent out wails. And just to throw it into the mix, intro to 'Capricho Arabe'-Francisco Tarrega is killer. Of course there is no best, I mean how can you compare 'Purple Haze' with some concierto by Segovia or 'South of Heaven' by Slayer?
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04/09/2005 4:49 pm
Yea, you have the live and rare cd?
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