2872Re: My Anthrax show
- Aug 25, 2003--- In email@example.com, "Jimmy Crackcorn"
>Come on Deli!
> >Wow, Tange, I was at that same show! I would have looked for you.
> I think if Tange was as big a fan of Anthrax as I was, she wouldFirst, Tange has alreadly said she was not a fan of Anthrax. Second,
> have enjoyed the show more. The sound was very loud (YAY!) and it
>is easy to be bored by songs you don't recognize.
you watched the show with your earplugs too! And finally, I've never
listened to a band's CDs a week before to be sure to recognize the
> Maybe the mix was a bit dull where you were standing,So "wild" (weird) that I got confused!
> Tange because he was playing some wild parts.
> Show openers Lacuna Coil, I had never heard of before lastnight.
> They struck me as a bit of the style of another band that isgaining
> popularity now, Evanescence. Very polished and together with a maleThe sound was very GOOD(YAY!) and "it is easy to be bored by songs
> and female vocalist but their songs tended to be a bit of the same
> thing after a while.
you don't recognize." Hehehe...
The main reason why I'm not an Anthrax fan: Trauma. I've been 4 years
waiting and searching for the album that would follow "Forged in
Fire". I shopped in every stores to find some Anvil's stuff. And, on
who I was falling all the time?? 1984-85-86-87...Anthrax, and the
Anvil tab was empty. An old frustration, that's all.
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