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^^^^^ about time ^^^^^

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look what I found yesterday waaaaay in the back past the obsolete album section, beyond the forgotten album division, to the left of the ashamed to own zone by the Sparkletts machine, it's a dusty old lp (complete with a big flat 1970's or 80's joint inside) the cover's partied hard, ripped battered 'n' bent complete with beer stains, mostly minor scratches and abrasions on the lp herself, once on the turntable at the appropriate volume, it's very very nice (except the beginning of track one side two's got the jumps).....Iin the spirit of full disclosure, it's not mine and I've quizzed the usual suspects and nobody, it seems, owns it or is prepared to own up to owning such a mistreated and abandoned artifact and hidden contraband.....

The rules clearly state: If the disc(s)/item(s) remain unclaimed within thirty (30) days from the date of discovery, the discoverer is within his her or any member of the LGBTQIA communities rights to adopt (full moon ceremony optional) the orphaned disc(s)/item(s).

tick tock.....

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^Nice find^


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40 years? Wow. I just watched the whole River Plate concert, which I had only seen bits and pieces of before.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 29, 2020 8:31 pm 
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Gray_Ghost wrote:
^^^^^ about time ^^^^^

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look what I found yesterday waaaaay in the back past the obsolete album section, beyond the forgotten album division, to the left of the ashamed to own zone by the Sparkletts machine, it's a dusty old lp (complete with a big flat 1970's or 80's joint inside) the cover's partied hard, ripped battered 'n' bent complete with beer stains, mostly minor scratches and abrasions on the lp herself, once on the turntable at the appropriate volume, it's very very nice (except the beginning of track one side two's got the jumps).....Iin the spirit of full disclosure, it's not mine and I've quizzed the usual suspects and nobody, it seems, owns it or is prepared to own up to owning such a mistreated and abandoned artifact and hidden contraband.....

The rules clearly state: If the disc(s)/item(s) remain unclaimed within thirty (30) days from the date of discovery, the discoverer is within his her or any member of the LGBTQIA communities rights to adopt (full moon ceremony optional) the orphaned disc(s)/item(s).

tick tock.....


Time's up!

cleaned cleaned and cleaned and now officially in the rack.....

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 24, 2020 11:32 am 
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POWER UP is the long awaited new album from AC/DC, and the band’s 17th studio album. For POWER UP, the band reunited with producer Brendan O’Brien who helmed the double-platinum Black Ice in 2008 and the gold Rock Or Bust in 2014. Charged up for the next decade, AC/DC cut twelve new tracks for the album, proudly maintaining their signature sound and all of its powerful hallmarks. POWER UP was announced with the release of the album’s first single, “Shot In The Dark,” and features the lineup of Angus Young [lead guitar], Brian Johnson [lead vocals], Cliff Williams [bass guitar], Phil Rudd [drums], and Stevie Young [rhythm guitar] firing on all cylinders once again. POWER UP will be available in multiple configurations that will excite collectors and die-hard fans alike, including digital, CD, and deluxe versions. The limited edition, one-of-a-kind deluxe POWER UP box is the ultimate fan package. Hit the button on the side of the box and watch the flashing neon AC/DC logo light up while the opening bars of “Shot In The Dark” blast out of the built-in speaker. Inside the box is the full CD package in a soft-pack with a 20-page booklet that features exclusive photos and USB charging cable allowing the box to remain powered up and on display. The vinyl LP will be pressed on 180 gram vinyl and housed in a gatefold jacket.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 24, 2020 4:13 pm 
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Phil Rudd, now there's a surprise.....

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 25, 2020 11:51 am 
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^^That's right!
You are probably Phil's neighbor and know the real truth about the lifestyle of this rich and famous no fills drummer.


Do tell....


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 04, 2020 11:00 am 
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coevad wrote:
^^That's right!
You are probably Phil's neighbor and know the real truth about the lifestyle of this rich and famous no fills drummer.

or not.


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^ BURLY!

but really...
coevad, what do you think of that recent release?
i understand it is a tribute to malcolm.

my interest in ac/dc was destroyed by flick of the switch and everything to follow.
i guess i could make a "switch? what switched?" joke here, but... truth be told, it wouldn't be a joke.
something did switch - in the way the music use to excite me up until the flick.

enough about my opinion, POWER UP, go!

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47 years ago - New Year's Eve, 1973, in a small Sydney club called Chequers , AC/DC's made their first ever performance . !

Line up: , Rhythm guitar: Malcolm Young , Lead Guitar: Angus Young, bassist Larry Van Kriedt. vocalist Dave Evans, and Drummer Colin Burgess.

AC/DC setlist December 31, 1973

School Days (Chuck Berry cover) (later released on TNT, 1975)
Honky Tonk Women (Rolling Stones cover)
Get Back (The Beatles cover)
Jumpin’ Jack Flash (Rolling Stones cover)
No Particular Place To Go (Chuck Berry cover)
I Want You (She’s So Heavy) The Beatles cover)
The Old Bay Road
Midnight Rock
Show Business (later released on High Voltage, 1975)
Rock N Roll Singer (later released on TNT, 1975)
Soul Stripper (later released on High Voltage, 1975)
Rockin’ In The Parlour (later released on b-side of Can I Sit Next To Your Girl, 1974)
Can I Sit Next To You Girl (later released on TNT, 1975)
Baby Please Don’t Go (Big Joe Williams cover) (later released on High Voltage, 1975)


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