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  1. Lossless Audio Bootlegs
    Black Sabbath - 1969-1971 - Early Sabbath Outtakes (Studio FLAC) Lineage: Silvers > EAC > TLH > flac8 Black Sabbath 01 Black Sabbath 02 Evil Woman 03 The Wizard 04 Planet Caravan 05 Rat Salad 06 Paranoid 07 Sweet Leaf 08 Children of The Grave 09 Into The Void Earth Pre - Black...
  2. Lossless Audio Bootlegs
    The Flying Hat Band: Complete Works The Flying Hat Band was the last band where Glenn Tipton played before joining Judas Priest. They were a pretty hard rocking band and eventually landed a record deal with Vertigo Records, but their initial album (which was recorded sometime in 1972 or 1973)...
  3. Lossy Audio Bootlegs
    Antrobus & The Flying Hat Band – Buried Together (1972/1974) Antrobus & The Flying Hat Band – Buried Together (1972/1974) The original demo of Judas Priest guitars Glenn Tipton Track List: 01 - Loving You* 02 - All I Really Need* 03 - Take Me Back* 04 - Pavement Artist* 05 - Straight...
  4. The Guitar Rack
    Hi! I'm usually pretty good at deciphering sound effects, but I cant seem to pick out what effect is on Judas Priest's "You got another thing comin", on the Opening Intro Chords. It almost sounds like a doubling, or a fast chorus, but I was wondering if anyone knows for SURE.
  5. Lossy Audio Bootlegs
    Judas Priest - Take On The World - Coliseum Arena Seattle, WA October 17th, 1979 FM Broadcast Includes Artwork Rob Halford - Vocals K.K. Downing - Guitar Glenn Tipton - Guitars Ian Hill - Bass Les Binks - Drums 1. Hell Bent For Leather 2. Delivering The Goods 3. Running Wild 4. The...
  6. Lossy Audio Bootlegs
    JUDAS PRIEST San Antonio Civic Center San Antonio, TX 09/26/1982 Soundboard Recording Rob Halford - lead vocals K. K. Downing - guitar Glenn Tipton - guitar Ian Hill - bass Dave Holland – drums 1. Electric Eye 2. Riding On The Wind 3. Metal Gods 4. Bloodstone 5. Breaking The Law 6. Heading...
  7. The Guitar Rack
    me and my cousin have looked all over the internet and we cant find where the metal headbanging originated at. if anyone knows. can you say who made it and post a link bringing us to it? thanks
  8. Lossy Audio Bootlegs
    This is from 1972, before Glenn Tipton joined Priest, his band, The Flying Hat Band, never released this album, becasue the record company claimed it sounded too similar to one of Black Sabbath's prior albums. 01. Seventh Plain 02. Coming Of The Lords 03. Reaching For The Stars 04. Lost Time 05...
  9. The Guitar Rack
    It falls on a Monday (bummer !) 25 years ago, March 19, Leesburg FL, in a freak aircraft crash, the world lost whom was to be the greatest rock'n roll guitarist of all time. Without him there would be no Zakk, no Satriani, no Vai, no Petrucci, etc... The list is endless. The legacy of the...
  10. Music Hall
    Hey everyone, im going to join Weekend Warriors sometime soon. Im also trying to help develop my soloing technique. I have speed mechanics for lead guitar and have devoted most of my playing to practicing in that book. Im getting a little bored with it and wondered if you guys know any sweet...
  11. Lossy Audio Bootlegs
    Demo of Glenn Tipton's band before Judas Priest, 1973 Line Up: Steve Palmer - Drums (Brother of Carl Palmer of EL&P) Glenn Tipton - Vocals, Guitars Peter `Mars` Cowling - Bass (later in Thrasher (US), Pat Travers Band) 01. Seventh Plain 02. Coming of the lords 03. Reaching for the stars 04...
  12. Music Hall
    My guitar class and I were supposed to play fade to black at a school assembly, but instead we are going to play it during both of the school lunches. I can't seem to implement any of those badass movements that Glenn Tipton and KK downing do in their live shows, what stuff would you guys do...
  13. The Guitar Rack
    ok, well nobody is goona agree with the 40 greatest guitar solos ever post here. so, rather than bother with a list or ammending that list, what are your fav's? you can do top 10 or 40 or whatever, or maybe just one that you feel has been left out. inspire us:bannana_g
  14. Music Hall
    I was wondering if people can remember the earliest recorded work after VH1 that featured tapping as a technique such as Eddie's. The earliest I could come up with was Blizzard of Oz, which was I think released in 80 but recorded in 1979. I do know that Steve Hacket and others recorded...
  15. Amps and Amp Modeling
    I know Marshall is the first thing that comes to mind of course. But i want a brand new amp, and i'm looking for their old school tone from the 70's early 80's era. album's like "sin after sin" and "Stained Glass" have a mean overdriven tone thats really derived from old marshall's. Anywayz if...
  16. Music Hall
    The more I listen to dream theater the less I can listen to metallica.DT squashes them like a bug.
  17. Music Hall
    I've been listing to Triumph for a long while now and have always liked their music but then i heard the amazing solo on Rock n' Roll Machine... WOW... amazing solo... PERFECT solo for the title of the song... as the guitar player is a total machine... I dont even remember the guitar players...
  18. Amps and Amp Modeling
    I'm currently interested in getting a rackmount setup with a digital power amp and a v-amp pro preamp unit. I've checked out an awesome iron maiden tribute band that really makes some good sounds outta the vamp pro that i'm looking for. However, i'd like to hear more sound clips from some...
  19. Music Hall
    Dude this is by far the sickest thing I've ever seen check it out :rock: http://www.deanguitars.com/angelo/mab.html
  20. Music Hall
    Hello all, I am new to the forums. I currently own a PRS Santana SE, that I love! Will do me fine til I get the real deal one day! lol Anyways, I wanted to start a thread about my all-time favorite band, Iron Maiden! I have been into these guys since 86, and I don't plan to stop anytime...
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