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Author:  Chantler [ Tue Feb 19, 2013 12:47 pm ]
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Di'Anno and his revisionist historianism again. "Oh I was into paank". No you weren't, you lying cunt.


You think he's lying about being into punk, despite the fact that it was obviously always an influence on his voice and look? You think he's pretending that he started out singing for a punk band called The Paedophiles to look 'cool'? You doubt that an obnoxious, belligerent 19-year-old substance abuser living in East London would have enjoyed going to punk gigs circa 1977?

Author:  WATP [ Tue Feb 19, 2013 7:50 pm ]
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yailbloor wrote:
My friend has worked for maiden and said he doesn't know who he can't stand more, d'ianno or Dickinson.


C'mon lets hear the dirt on Bruce

Author:  Ed Blackadder [ Tue Feb 19, 2013 10:01 pm ]
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Chantler wrote:
a punk band called The Paedophiles

Ha, I've often thought that this is the definite punk name. So much for Shane MacGowan famous being in a band called the Nipple Erectors, as if that was super edgy, and Siouxsie wearing swastika armbands - call yourself The Paedophiles, see how popular that makes your gigs. Glad to discover there actually was a band called that, although I'm surpised to find it was Paul diAnno of all people.

Author:  hj864 [ Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:57 am ]
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Ed Blackadder wrote:
Chantler wrote:
a punk band called The Paedophiles

Ha, I've often thought that this is the definite punk name. So much for Shane MacGowan famous being in a band called the Nipple Erectors, as if that was super edgy, and Siouxsie wearing swastika armbands - call yourself The Paedophiles, see how popular that makes your gigs. Glad to discover there actually was a band called that, although I'm surpised to find it was Paul diAnno of all people.


We had a pervy English lecturer who always sued to talk about sex and would make inappropriate comments to the female students. He would mention that he thought that paedophile was a phonetically pleasing word and it was a shame that it was associated with child abuse and he wanted to start a band called The Paedophiles. He used to organise his own Jazz festival too.

Author:  hj864 [ Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:00 am ]
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That is a disgusting word.

Author:  hj864 [ Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:07 am ]
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EATER OF CAKE wrote:
"Cunt" "Gowl" "Pederast"?


Why are you listing all the names they spray on the side of your house?

Author:  The Wretch [ Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:09 am ]
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Ed Blackadder wrote:
Chantler wrote:
a punk band called The Paedophiles

Ha, I've often thought that this is the definite punk name. So much for Shane MacGowan famous being in a band called the Nipple Erectors, as if that was super edgy, and Siouxsie wearing swastika armbands - call yourself The Paedophiles, see how popular that makes your gigs. Glad to discover there actually was a band called that, although I'm surpised to find it was Paul diAnno of all people.


Nattefrost was in a band called The Childmolesters at one point, but that is less of a surprise.

Author:  hj864 [ Wed Feb 20, 2013 9:44 am ]
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Is that the Royal "they"?

Author:  yailbloor [ Wed Feb 20, 2013 10:22 am ]
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WATP wrote:
yailbloor wrote:
My friend has worked for maiden and said he doesn't know who he can't stand more, d'ianno or Dickinson.


C'mon lets hear the dirt on Bruce

He's kjust a knob by all accounts, Steve and Rod are sound as fuck, put it this way I know someone who was on a health and safety course that Bruce was on and the course over ran cos Bruce was THAT GUY who asked 1500 questions ha ha.

Author:  WATP [ Wed Feb 20, 2013 10:32 am ]
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Still love ol Bruce but he does seem a bit of a tosser, like you can see Steve and Dave cringing when he opens his mouth and starts ranting absolute pish.

Author:  Admiral Steev [ Wed Feb 20, 2013 10:41 am ]
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Psssh. Bruce is one of the greatest human beings of all time.

Author:  Cuchulainn [ Wed Feb 20, 2013 11:36 am ]
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Chantler wrote:
Quote:
Di'Anno and his revisionist historianism again. "Oh I was into paank". No you weren't, you lying cunt.


You think he's lying about being into punk, despite the fact that it was obviously always an influence on his voice and look? You think he's pretending that he started out singing for a punk band called The Paedophiles to look 'cool'? You doubt that an obnoxious, belligerent 19-year-old substance abuser living in East London would have enjoyed going to punk gigs circa 1977?

Yes. :lol:

Author:  Ed Blackadder [ Wed Feb 20, 2013 11:50 am ]
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Dreadful Dr Dee wrote:

We had a pervy English lecturer who always sued to talk about sex and would make inappropriate comments to the female students. He would mention that he thought that paedophile was a phonetically pleasing word and it was a shame that it was associated with child abuse and he wanted to start a band called The Paedophiles. He used to organise his own Jazz festival too.

One of my lecturers once said, "Of course we all know children are sexually appealing, that's why we don't kill them." It was in the context of talking about Freud or something and no-one batted an eyelid, but when we all left the lecture theatre we all sort of realised at once that that was quite an odd thing to have said... Still, he's full of them - he also declared "all dogs are fascists."

Author:  blacklorre [ Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:54 pm ]
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Sounds like a blatant rip-off of Arcturus but I do like it!


Author:  Mali [ Wed Feb 20, 2013 8:25 pm ]
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Painkiller wrote:
At the risk of playing upto my Forum Role too much, though, my reply to WATP was a bit wankery, sorry. No kitten .jpg, though.


I thought it was fucking hilarious!

Author:  Reverend Jim [ Fri Jul 26, 2013 3:30 am ]
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Author:  debris [ Sat Jul 27, 2013 6:35 pm ]
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Reverend Jim wrote:




:shock:

It's a Beautiful Day invented a time machine to rip Deep Purple off!

from wikipedia:

"It's a Beautiful Day is the self-titled debut album by San Francisco psychedelic band It's a Beautiful Day. This album's song "White Bird" was the band's biggest hit. A substantial part of the themes and arrangement of the song "Bombay Calling" was used by Deep Purple as the basis for their song "Child in Time""

Author:  Reverend Jim [ Sun Jul 28, 2013 3:45 am ]
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:?: That's why I posted it. I hadnt heard that It's a Beautiful Day song before. Diminishes CiT for me a bit. :(

Author:  The Wretch [ Tue Jul 30, 2013 12:08 pm ]
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A lot of that album has riffs and melodies lifted from other records, Blackmore has admitted as much. But no more so than early Zep or whomever, so its not an issue for me really.

Author:  Reverend Jim [ Tue Jul 30, 2013 12:47 pm ]
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I've no problem at all with riffs being nicked and re-used. I do like to know it though. I did feel a bit let down to hear how much had been lifted for CiT.

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