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white lightning

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It takes alot of courage to put out a song like that. Many people that have discussed 9/11 openly and questioned the narrative have dissapeared in one way or another. This are
interesting times we live in. Here's to hoping that humanity somehow comes though this and that things actually get better as the truth continues to be unveiled.
 

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Here's a band called Widespread Panic with a song called Chilly Water. They're sort of a southern Grateful Dead with a better singer and lead guitarist..

 

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For all the Rock n Roll Fans out there like myself. This is for you! I've watched this lady for years. She is one of the few men or women who can play any rock song with the speed
and grace and timing to make all time classic rocks songs sound amazing. Watch many of her videos guys. I should have posted her talent a long time ago. Her channel name
on youtube is Vkgoeswild! I highly recomend you guys check her out! :)
 

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Great video Bucky and song. There are 3 inches of snow on the ground here so I naturally thought of the beach. Love good beach music, this group is from my hometown and they have been doing this since high school.
 

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Great video Bucky and song. There are 3 inches of snow on the ground here so I naturally thought of the beach. Love good beach music, this group is from my hometown and they have been doing this since high school.

Love this. Makes me want to be on a beach as well and find a pretty girl to dance with while vibing to this happy music! :)
 

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Censored Video called "White America". It's a remake of the Eminem Song but this is the version telling the truth so they banned it everywhere.

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That song is by an artist named Mr Bond. About 5 years ago (roughly), you could find all of his songs on YouTube. They were fairly popular, despite how extremely un-PC they were. Of course, YouTube had to “shut it down” and banned all truth that they call “hate speech”.

Now you have someone like Tom McDonald doing a much more milquetoast, normie friendly version, and as Don mentioned, his YouTube clock is surely ticking. That’s how much further the censorship has gotten in a short time.
 

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From the most under-rated (and best) AC/DC album.
 

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Here's a song from Dr. Feelgood, an English pub and. Their guitarist plays rhythm and lead at the same time, don't ask me how. Route 66.

 

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From the most under-rated (and best) AC/DC album.

I had this album in my record collection. Enjoyed listening to it on a pair of Polk Monitor 10s. Unfortunately, record collection was washed away in Katrina. :facepalm:

 

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I had this album in my record collection. Enjoyed listening to it on a pair of Polk Monitor 10s. Unfortunately, record collection was washed away in Katrina. :facepalm:

It is certainly an overlooked gem in their multi-million sales catalogue. The lyrics on Powerage are in a league of their own. I don't endorse the philosophy in them but just appreciate the creativity.
 

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The latter part of the 80's was a transition for a super band like Rush. Some fans were turned off by the synth-heavy pop sound. I liked the earlier stuff instrumentally but preferred Geddy's more lower-ranged, audible friendly vocals during this time (Moving Pictures is still my favorite album, years before this). Their musicianship talent was off the charts regardless of the decade. Here's a taste from that era including backup vocals by Aimee Mann:
 

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Since I'm in a mellower mood tonight it's fitting that this came across my path. I loved Kiss when the original members were in that magical period from '74 to around late "77. If you were a teen like I was back then the impact they made was heavy and undeniable for those of us who were there and saw them in the early years. Here's one of the best versions of "Beth" ever done and it's from the MTV concert that put the all-acoustic "Unplugged" series on the map and off the charts for all the bands that tried to capture what this show did:
 

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The latter part of the 80's was a transition for a super band like Rush. Some fans were turned off by the synth-heavy pop sound. I liked the earlier stuff instrumentally but preferred Geddy's more lower-ranged, audible friendly vocals during this time (Moving Pictures is still my favorite album, years before this). Their musicianship talent was off the charts regardless of the decade. Here's a taste from that era including backup vocals by Aimee Mann:

I never could understand why Rush had so many critics, and why their dedicated fans were often mocked as losers. I'm not a music expert but to me they have to be the greatest three-man rock band ever.

 

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I never could understand why Rush had so many critics, and why their dedicated fans were often mocked as losers. I'm not a music expert but to me they have to be the greatest three-man rock band ever.

Indeed!...and most music critics are full-on pieces of jealous trash. Rush was phenomenal. Neal Peart RIP.
 

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I never could understand why Rush had so many critics, and why their dedicated fans were often mocked as losers. I'm not a music expert but to me they have to be the greatest three-man rock band ever.


As far as Rush's critics I think a lot of it is politically motivated. The same with ridiculing his fans.

The members of Rush were capitalists and were open about it. The rock media is made up of leftists who hate Rush's politics so they are critical of Rush and their fans on that basis.
 
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