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Saturday, April 30, 2005

In my basement at least, I am a rock star...

In an epic show of laziness, I wound up not leaving the house at all. We still had some te-kill-ya and a couple high quality beers in the fridge so that's what I went with.

Instead of going out by myself and watching somebody else play, I went down into my basement and played my guitar along with some songs on my iPod. None of the songs I played along with were exceptionally difficult, but they were all thoroughly enjoyable to play along with.

Mother - Danzig
Hybrid Moments - The Misfits
Tell Me - Galaxie 500
Story of My Life - Social D
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap - AC/DC
Rockaway Beach - Ramones
We are 138 - Misfits
I am the Highway - Audioslave
Prison Bound - Social D
Keep Away - Godsmack
Situation - Godsmack
Show Me How to Live - Audioslave


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You know BW, I read a book recently you might be interested in (if you haven't already) It's called "Hell Bent for Leather" by Seb Hunter. It's pretty hilarious-the guy talks about the rise and fall of heavy metal along the the story of how he discovered it and his failed attempts at a successful metal band. Just thought with your interest in music, y'know...
The title caught my eye, and the first thing that came to mind was Judas Priest (there's an inside joke there between my husband and I-kind of hard to explain)--but some of it has to do with the fact that I saw them in concert when I was in high school. God, I can't believe I just admitted that.

Thanks FS! I will have to check it out!

The book I am currently reading is called Yeager: An Autobiography and I've been reading it for like 3 months now... It's actually a very good book that I am enjoying reading but for some reason I'm taking forever to finish reading it...

No shame in saying you went to see Judas Preist. I love those guys! I saw them in concert in high school too. I think it was the 'Turbo' album they were touring at that time... Anyway, that was actually one of my favorite concerts from when I was a kid and I have a bunch of their old records on worn out cassettes and vinyl that I'd like to replace someday...

So! I will definetely check that book out when I'm done with "Yeager"! =)

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