At 9/12/20 09:47 AM, Murray wrote:
This account: 16 years old!! 😱
It can legally drink beer now!
At 9/10/20 05:33 AM, Haggard wrote:
Oh yeah. I remember those days too. Manowar still suck, of course. 😉That was easily more agreeable from 2012. These days they're like "Yeah, we're retiring but now we're not". They were a pisstake with their latest UK show in Birmingham charging £95 a ticket. Really fucking cheeky that considering I can see Metallica for less!!
Wow, that's a real rip-off. I will never pay that much for a single concert. Even a festival for that price would be expensive.
But thanks to Deezer ("Spotify from France" if you will) I discovered many new great bands. Truckfighters, My Sleeping Karma, 1000mods (I believe it's pronounced "chilia mods", they are from Greece), Earthless, Electric Wizard...Best name I know there is Electric Wizard who I have their Dopethrone album which is pretty... dope.
That it is. It's also nice music to listen to while you work. Thanks to working from home I don't even need to wear headphones
I feel like I've heard of the name Deezer before. That said, Spotify has been an easy go to for music streaming. Can be on my phone or even use it on the Xbox if I want to play own music to gaming.
Yeah, I only ended up at Deezer because I had 6 months for free because I extended my mobile contract at Vodafone. I told myself that I will cancel my account there after those 6 months... But music streaming is a real bliss. Too bad that artists apparently don't get much money from streaming.
That does remind me, a while back my friend introduced me to the German radio Rock Antenne. Really impressed with the station which covers all sorts of metal. They won't just play all the big tracks, they'll literally play all sorts which I highly approve. Best part Rock Antenne has an app so that's how a non-German such as myself can use it. 😁
Too bad I don't listen to radio stations, heh. Only NDR Info, which doesn't play music at all during the day, so...
But I listened to NRK P13 during ny holidays in Norway, they play a wide range of music and I could practice my Norwegian skills a bit. But they are not quite good enough to really follow along what the hosts are saying.
One last note, got myself my two very favourite albums on vinyl!