Réf. : [Academy of Anvil] Re: We are still here!
- Yes, you're right they met there and "had a good time". I'm mad at the BYH
2003 and at Wacken, they're going to know it on their guestbook or their
forum... Plenty of Power had a new sound and new concept than Speed Metal,
it was a good album (Ok). But, between you and I ~~~~> nothing to compare to
"Still going Strong". I heard the sound they have now inside, but not open
air... I saw them play! It's a "pro" show, but Anvil guys stayed like they
were; they are not "big heads". They gave the band's list on their web site
and just made me sick. Do you know how it sounds "Race against time" live?
Whoooooooo! "Defiant", "In hell", etc. must be awesome! I just can't figure
out they didn't have Anvil on the list!! Anyway, maybe it's a bad thing that
will bring something better. This way, Anvil is going to play in America...
in the nearest areas. I hope so! South America isn't bad, ha Éric? For South
american's metalheads there, and Anvil too...Brazil is a very nice place to
go and it's peaceful. What about the nice beaches that are so relaxing
during OUR shitting winter in Canada. Anvil have to come back in Quebec, to
go in USA and Ontario. Personaly I prefer to hear a 2 hours plenty of Anvil
in a bar, than a 45 minutes outside. Only Bess was able to do a sound like
that in a bar, he was great this guy!
I wrote about LIPS birthday. He's going to be 48 years old in 2003. On stage
he still looks like a kid with his guitar. The most funniest thing that I
saw was the very young blondie pulling on LIPS leg at the second Encore at
the show . She was after him! He still have his charms the old fox! They all
look great on stage anyway... A whole package of cute men. I'm talking as a
female fan. (It's good for the wives at home, it makes them jealous a bit!)
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Date : Wednesday, November 20, 2002 02:29:37
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Sujet : [Academy of Anvil] Re: We are still here!
I thought they met at BYH in Germany in 2001
> LIPS, You thank members of the Heep on the new CD. Give us theTo unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
> story on that if it is not too personal. I love Heep to death. Went
> to see them over in NJ last month, one of the best shows I have seen
> in awhile.
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- Hey, Tange.
That's a shame. But you can always get a new UIN,
though. : )
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> I lost my password, but I had no answer. Well I
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> Date : Wednesday, November 20, 2002 02:56:09
> A : firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sujet : [Academy of Anvil] Uriah Heep on Stil Going
> Hey there.
> Has anyone noticed that the main riff of the
> In Hell is very similar to the beginning of a Heep
> song called Gypsy? You can actually fit the lyrics
> the Heep song to the Anvil Tune.
> "I was only seventeen, fell in love with a gypsy
> The song is great, though.
> > LIPS, You thank members of the Heep on the new
> > CD. Give us the
> > story on that if it is not too personal. I love
> > to death. Went
> > to see them over in NJ last month, one of the best
> > shows I have seen
> > in awhile.
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