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Ethereal Cereal

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  1. Ethereal Cereal

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    'And if you go chasing rabbits And you know you're going to fall Tell 'em a hookah smoking caterpillar Has given you the call To call Alice, when she was just small' FEED YOUR HEAD!
  2. Ethereal Cereal

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    Commie thrash, fuck yeah! It is sad as hell that the Youtube video actually sounds better than the files on my computer. Even sadder that they're lossless files and they were the only ones available. If I can ever score a copy of this on LP I'm ripping it. Though, considering it's low-budget commie thrash to begin with, there may not be much of an increase.
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    Sounds just like a Rudi Pell album should: epic. Johnny Gioeli never fails to deliver a great performance.
  4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZMTD6G2Abs
  5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPZkivm1xhA 41 years later and this vinyl record still sounds amazing. All it needed was a little cleaning.
  6. Illegal or no, bottom dollar on a rifle like that is in the ballpark of the 4 or 5 grand range, with the highs in the 10k+. Glad you at least still possess it. Bolt-action rifles fall into Category B of the restrictions that Australia puts on their firearms. For that, like most anything else, a permit to acquire as well as a 'genuine need' is mandatory to buy one. The Lee-Enfield rifles came back into popularity when the restrictions started outlawing semi-automatics; before that I believe the SKS was the weapon of choice for a lot of Australian citizens. Agreed. They're
  7. I love to shoot. Matter of fact, I was at the gun show today. Bought 100 rounds of Egyptian 7.62x39 surplus for my Yugo SKS. Unrelated, but I also bought a machete made of 1075 carbon steel. In addition, I came across a Japanese Arisaka Type 44 cavalry carbine that had been sporterized beyond ALL recognition. I had to go by the serial number, arsenal and series stamp just to identify it. Even had the 'mum intact and everything, but otherwise it was ruined. Why exactly did you get rid of a Mondragon rifle again? Do you realize how much they're worth these days at market?
  8. Ethereal Cereal

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    I feel the need to post this again for emphasis on just how good it is. Also, have some Angel Dust. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JwxLdcs29U&feature=related
  9. I've heard about that one. Definitely looks pretty nasty, and I know that I don't want to tangle with someone who has it if I can help it. I live in the countryside so already my location puts me at an advantage to those living in major population centers. On top of that, between my brother and I we have a couple dozen guns and a few thousand rounds of ammunition (and always getting more). Companies like Cheaper Than Dirt sell these cool freeze-dried meal kits that can last varying time spans, from 30 days all the way up to a year. We've been considering getting a couple of those, in addi
  10. Ethereal Cereal

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    The bulk of my top-tier favorite Metallica songs are actually off of ...And Justice For All. 'Blackened' is one of them, 'One' is obviously one of them (still haven't read the book that's based off of). Here're two more. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCuaPUVFbzg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YyQDr4ZBvAA As much as I adore the first three albums, this one stood out to me the most when I heard it in full for the first time. Something about the overall sound struck me as being different from the first three. I believe a good way to describe it is that the album has a more tec
  11. Ethereal Cereal

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    By and far one of my favorite lyricists in all of Metal. One of the finest in terms of social and political commentary from bands within the genre, his silliness and cynicism are matched only by his ability to deliver some really thought-provoking poetry.
  12. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tcl1PCaxFFw
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    It's a tossup between Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and meeting my best friend Kyle in high school. The radio station VRock had some great tracks that got constant attention when I was playing the game, to the point where I started buying the albums that featured each of the songs from that station. Metal Health by Quiet Riot and Stay Hungry by Twisted Sister were amongst the first, as well as Powerslave by Iron Maiden. I couldn't resist when I saw it first. Kyle enjoyed the standard stuff like Iron Maiden, Metallica, Megadeth and the like, but he gave special attention to bands like Iced Ea
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