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Old 02-09-2007, 08:53 PM
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Alabama Thunderpussy -- Richmond, VA -- November 4th, 2006

Brave The Rain
Crying Outloud
The Cleansing
The Beggar
Whiskey War
Wage Slave
Void of Harmony
Greed
None Shall Return
Saints in Hell (Judas Priest cover)
Valor
Dryspell

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In the Still of the Night (Whitesnake cover)



In preparation for their new album release 'Open Fire', which should blow away just about everything else this year
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Old 02-10-2007, 11:42 AM
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The two covers are among my favorite songs of their respective bands.
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Old 02-10-2007, 02:24 PM
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The two covers are among my favorite songs of their respective bands.
You a band is for real if they can pull off a cover of "Saints In Hell"
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You a band is for real if they can pull off a cover of "Saints In Hell"
Abbatoir, abbatoir, mon deux quelle horreur!
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How did Kyle do on the older songs?
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How did Kyle do on the older songs?
No clue, wasn't there But he's got a tremendous voice, even though the guys they had singing before were great too. I just hope one day they bring back "15 Minute Drive" to the setlist, that's my favorite ATP song. It'll be interesting to see how much their popularity will possibly increase with the new album and tour.
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Yeah, Kyle is awesome, I wasn't a big fan of Johnny W's style, but I loved Thockmorton.
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Yeah, Kyle is awesome, I wasn't a big fan of Johnny W's style, but I loved Thockmorton.
Fuck dude, I'm so glad there's another stoner rock fan on here, I'm always alone here when it comes to that kinda stuff, and I myself am I a huge fan of all things stoner/doom/sludge/etc.
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