Qarnak

Robert Matchett, 45, Masculino, Estados Unidos
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  • classxmetalPaul

    Hello bud, wanted to tell you that I really enjoyed our phone chat Friday night. Almost immediately you put me in a party mood with Peter Criss' 'You Matter To Me', Twisted Sister's 'The Price', Uriah Heep's 'Gypsy', Alice Cooper's 'How You Gonna See Me Now' AND Black Sabbath's 'Trashed' - hearing this classic handful definitely made my PBRs go down even smoother. Sat outside the entire time enjoying good conversation, good metal music, good sunny weather and plenty of good beers :) With 'Gypsy' clocking in at 6:40 glorious minutes, someday I'm gonna put that song to the test, seeing if I can consume an entire beer before it ends, haha. I love the considerably longer attention spans that early metal fans had back in 1970.. Well, I'm hard at work compiling a list of 300 metal faves for you to record; hope I'm not too late. I know you gave me a deadline of last night, but this was a bigger project than I expected (had to consult YouTube quite a bit for songs that I was unsure of).

    6 Mai 2012 Responder
  • Mr_Perry

    I've enjoyed on Shooting Star :)

    1 Mai 2012 Responder
  • classxmetalPaul

    After we talked I went on YouTube and watched a clip from Tom Snyder's classic interview with KISS (Dynasty-era, Oct. 31, 1979) titled 'Highlights - Actually I'm a Plumber'. Loved it! So refreshing to watch pre-PC era stuff like this. And the comments underneath: one person said that Ace would be his best friend in the '70s, and another said that with his intoxicated joker laugh Ace rules! I so agree! Also watched Twisted Sister's video for '30' ("we rocked the '80s like we thought they would never end"). This too contains a humorous non-PC nod: at the very end when one of the band members yells out "Yeahhh bitch!" Something else we talked about was 'Into the Fire'. Just listened to 3 songs with that title: by Deep Purple (from the 'In Rock' album), KISS (from 'Animalize'), and Dokken (from their 'Tooth and Nail' album). All 3 songs are sufficiently heavy, and in a noteworthy coincidence, 'Animalize' and 'Tooth and Nail' were released on the exact same day: September 13, 1984!

    29 Abr 2012 Responder
  • classxmetalPaul

    Oh yeah Bob, I see that your 3 most recent listens are all kick-ass songs we talked about tonight: Gillan & Glover's 'I Can't Dance To That', Helix's 'Rock You', and Y&T's 'Summertime Girls'. Frickin' awesome! Had several beers tonite (8, to be exact), and it's only Thursday, not Friday (ouch!). Really enjoyed our phone chat, and would love to see the photos that Tammy took tonite at North Lake/Gold Mine Lake. Would absolutely love to party at those places sometime with you, Tammy, and a friend, oh yeah.. :) And I loved the music that you played tonite as well: like I said, anytime you put on Uriah Heep, you're gonna have a captive audience with me. For as long as you like, well into the twilight hours. Thanks too, for playing a good dose of Whitesnake over the phone ('Still of the Night') and Uriah Heep ('Easy Livin'). Van Halen has a brand-new video single: 'She's the Woman', which I mentioned to you over the phone; I would party all nite with you to some serious VH as well..

    27 Abr 2012 Responder
  • classxmetalPaul

    Wow, I see you've been shoring up on your listens to Accept, similar to what you did with Deep Purple a couple weeks ago (and at a glance I see that one of your loved tracks is the title song from the new album, 'Stalingrad'). Enjoyed our conversations the last couple of mornings while I was able to sit outside with the coffee, enjoying the treeline view of my backyard. Remembering what you had played for me over the phone Friday night (while I was at the PX) just now I gave Helloween's cover of 'Rat Bat Blue' a listen on YouTube. Very faithful, and even heavier version of the original '73 rocker by Purple. For a metal band from the '80s to remember one of the more obscure songs from one of the less remembered albums by Deep Purple ('Who Do We Think We Are') is pretty damn impressive, I think. While listening to 'Rat Bat Blue', YouTube shows the cover of Helloween's album 'Metal Jukebox'; sure would love to have one of my own someday - esp. if it were to be a Metal VIDEO Jukebox!!

    15 Abr 2012 Responder
  • classxmetalPaul

    With the verb 'burn' in mind (which describes what you'll be doing for me), I think it'd be very appropriate to begin my first disc with the Deep Purple hit 'Burn', whaddya think? Was just thinking about Meatloaf as well: his music requires me to be in a separate listening mood, completely apart from metal (I wouldn't want, say, 'If You Really Want To' to be sandwiched in between Deep Purple's 'Bad Attitude' and KISS' 'Lick It Up', for example). And I know Eric would kill me for saying this, but I regard the album 'Midnight at the Lost and Found' to be Meatloaf's artistic high point. 'Bat Out of Hell' (1) is a fine album; it's just wayy too big for it's britches, esp. when viewed in comparison to all other works in his lengthy discography. I like a little parity in one's career, and on that note I'm much more apt to listen to 'If You Really Want To' or 'The Razor's Edge' when I'm in a Meatloaf mood (granted, the awesome video singles that accompany those songs are a big influence).

    9 Abr 2012 Responder
  • classxmetalPaul

    I appreciate you telling me about the movie you said you downloaded for me on my player; there's times, esp. when my upper back is hurting (like right now) when I think about that body part a lot. Damn Bob, you know me well, haha.. And these aches of mine might be sending me a signal as well: that it is indeed time to hang it up, as far as active duty goes. It's been a rewarding 20 years, complete with financial stability, but as they say, there's no place like home, and there's no place I'd rather be right now than at Peterson's/North Lake, esp. on a sunny spring morning, with thoughts of classic Star Trek (and a little romance) going through my head.. I hope you got my e-mail from last night, naming all 100 of the Deep Purple CDs I own; I did that to give you the complete breakdown of what I have, being that you had expressed an interest in such albums as 'Live at the Rotterdam Ahoy'. Being that I own 425 by my Dirty Dozen alone, Purple comprises 23.5% of it; damn, that's a lot..

    9 Abr 2012 Responder
  • classxmetalPaul

    Happy Easter; hope you & Tammy are enjoying a nice, relaxing holiday. Cool that Ron was able to see you, and that you'll be eating Easter dinner with your Dad. I too have something terrific lined up for the holiday: yes my friend, for one final showing, my 2nd favorite Marvel movie will be at the base theater today at 4 p.m. - 'Ghost Rider 2: Spirit of Vengeance'. This will be my 12th time seeing it in theaters, tying the previous record held by a similar Marvel movie: 'Blade 2' (seen that 12 times at the theaters as well while in Germany). AND.. I just hit another milestone of a different sort: yes, I now own my 100TH CD by DEEP PURPLE! I purposely planned for it to be a rare one-of-a-kind: 'Live at Inglewood 1968' (from the official archive collection). The notes on the back state that this is "the only known surviving live recording of the first line-up." MK 1 LIVE with Rod Evans & Nick Simper (L.A. Forum, Oct. 18th, 1968) - now that's one helluva way to hit the 100 CD mark!!

    8 Abr 2012 Responder
  • classxmetalPaul

    Sorry about your missed calls. Sundays and Mondays are most definitely NOT my days to shine. I lose sleep every Sunday nite (due to a change in my sleep patterns on Friday & Saturdays) which of course has an adverse effect on me come Monday. Came home and crashed out on my bed, clothes and all. How much more enjoyable it is to talk on the phone on Fridays, when I got the whole weekend in front of me and with me being able to enjoy some well-deserved beers.. Anyway, to answer your question, no I haven't heard of the new Blackmore/Doogie White collaboration. I would much prefer them to work under the Rainbow banner (just as I wish that the 2006-2010 Iommi/Dio/Butler/Appice lineup could've remained Black Sabbath instead of renaming themselves Heaven & Hell). And about the Scorpions, sorry i just can't get into them. I'm much more interested in your recent plays tonite: 'Bad Attitude', 'Trashed', 'Balls to the Wall', 'The Last in Line' and Uriah Heep's 'Falling in Love'; oh yeah...

    3 Abr 2012 Responder
  • Mr_Perry

    72 Farenheit Degrees, you mean? Well, I never read about she. I'll listen to this friday or saturday :)

    3 Abr 2012 Responder
  • classxmetalPaul

    Being the aficionado of metal videos that I am, I've been thinking about the 13 Deep Purple videos that I consider to be valid. As stated earlier, I physically own all but one of them on 2 separate DVD collections. I often fantasize about the possibility of having all 13 transferred to one disc, back-to-back and in chronological order, from 'Help' to 'Haunted'. And wondering how long that Deep Purple video marathon would be. Using the times listed for each vid on YouTube, I came up with a total run time of 63:36. Wow, how I would LOOVE to party to that (could be a first too, as I don't know of anyone else who has been able or even thought of watching all videos by a fave artist in one sitting). Can a 6-pack of MGD longnecks be consumed in 63 minutes? It would have to be at the rate of one every 10 minutes, haha. I'd have a good 'ol shine going on by the time Ian hits the final notes of 'Haunted' ("All that's left is the ghost of your smile; it stays awhile then fades away...")

    2 Abr 2012 Responder
  • Mr_Perry

    Yeah, it's. I like Born Again too. I've listened to Fireball (the song only). Nice one =)

    1 Abr 2012 Responder
  • Mr_Perry

    Is the MK II the Machine Head Line-up?

    1 Abr 2012 Responder
  • classxmetalPaul

    Ahhh, a fun question. If I could only own 5 albums.. Well, for starters I'm not including greatest hits or live LPs, as that would be unfair. Needs to be a level playing field consisting of original studio albums only. I was tempted to list two by the same band, but if I can only own five total, then I'll need a little more disparity (so that rules out Sabbath's 'Born Again', such an extremely close runner-up to my #1 choice). So, my list (all metal, of course) would be: 1) Black Sabbath's 'Heaven and Hell' (THE single greatest heavy metal album in history, IMO!); 2) KISS' 'Lick It Up' (no contest - my VERY favorite KISS line-up, period!); 3) Accept's 'Balls To the Wall' (the album that you single-handedly used to turn me into an Accept fan; lyrics such as those for 'Head Over Heels' are about as honest and applicable as they get); and.. my absolute fave year of '74 gets representation from not one, but TWO albums: 4) Deep Purple's 'Burn'; and yes 5) Judas Priest's 'Rocka Rolla'..

    1 Abr 2012 Responder
  • classxmetalPaul

    Happy to honor your Deep Purple lineup request.. MK I: Evans, Blackmore, Simper, Lord, Paice; MK II: Gillan, Blackmore, Glover, Lord, Paice; MK III: Coverdale, Blackmore, Hughes, Lord, Paice; MK IV: Coverdale, Bolin, Hughes, Lord, Paice; MK V: Turner, Blackmore, Glover, Lord, Paice; MK VI: Gillan, Satriani, Glover, Lord, Paice; MK VII: Gillan, Morse, Glover, Lord, Paice; MK VIII: Gillan, Morse, Glover, Airey, Paice. It's easy to overlook MK VI with Joe Satriani, as it is the shortest-lived lineup (only 6 months) and the only one with no album release. And to answer your question about a 'Hush' video with Ian; yes, one does exist. But it sucks. The intermittent shots of the band in the clip is simply recycled, off-color footage from 'Nobody's Home'. As such, there are 3 videos by DP that I don't like to acknowledge: 'Hush', 'Knocking At Your Back Door', and 'Call of the Wild' (the latter of which is a lousy video to go along with an equally lousy song). Oh well, can't win 'em all.

    31 Mar 2012 Responder
  • Mr_Perry

    Well, I like Rainbow, but with Dio. I think that the other singer is good, but not like Dio =)

    31 Mar 2012 Responder
  • Mr_Perry

    Well, I never heard 'bout Meatloaf. I actually like Deep Purple, not this so much, but I think that they sounds fine. Everybody says that their best MK is the III. Do you agree with that?

    31 Mar 2012 Responder
  • classxmetalPaul

    WOW, I see you are on a serious, and I mean serious Deep Purple marathon on last.fm - a mind blowing140 songs as of this writing!! I appreciate the proof you gave me (in the form of a facebook post) that 'Purple Passages' does indeed exist on CD; that, along with KISS' 'Chikara' sound like the kind of rarities that only a place like the Record Emporium store in Iron Mountain could get ahold of for me if they were still open.. Also while I'm on the subject of Deep Purple, for the record here is the list of videos by them that I know of and that I consider to be valid: 1) Help 2) Hallelujah 3) Speed King 4) No No No 5) Highway Star 6) Perfect Strangers 7) Under the Gun 8) Nobody's Home 9) Bad Attitude 10) King of Dreams 11) Love Conquers All 12) Sometimes I Feel Like Screaming 13) Haunted. All of these (except for 2003's Haunted) I have on two separate DVDs: 'History, Hits & Highlights 68-76' (their first 5 videos) and 'New, Live & Rare: The Video Collection 1984-2000' (the next 7).

    31 Mar 2012 Responder
  • Mr_Perry

    Nice song. I liked it so much :) Do you like Free?

    31 Mar 2012 Responder
  • Mr_Perry

    Heh, can you tell me their best song? Thanks!

    30 Mar 2012 Responder
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