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Old 11-06-2006, 03:10 PM
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I figured that out I think after his first couple posts here


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Oh...I forgot...Steve Harris
One thing I have always admired about Steve is that he always had the vision from day one. You don't get to be Iron Maiden from jamming with random dudes once every so often. He knew what he wanted; he wrote the songs, got the guys, had the vision, and executed it. The model for any up-and-coming band/musician I think.
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One thing I have always admired about Steve is that he always had the vision from day one. You don't get to be Iron Maiden from jamming with random dudes once every so often. He knew what he wanted; he wrote the songs, got the guys, had the vision, and executed it. The model for any up-and-coming band/musician I think.
True, it's very inspiring. Fortunately I never hope to make anything of myself as a musician and I don't have to mold myself in his image or anyone's
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sorry....I dont like sitting in dimlit rooms and listening for enlightening backmasking on all my Tool records.
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sorry....I dont like sitting in dimlit rooms and listening for enlightening backmasking on all my Tool records.
I guess we have something in common then

Except you don't listen to "records", and you only own their latest CD, so
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You don't have to go about it in a spiritual way (though I sometimes do), but listening to a given album in it's entirety separates poseurs from true music fans. I am of course the latter, as I'm sure many people here are.
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You don't have to go about it in a spiritual way (though I sometimes do), but listening to a given album in it's entirety separates poseurs from true music fans. I am of course the latter, as I'm sure many people here are.
Yeah. For me, different albums do different thinks. Some are very spiritual and deeply meanginful to me, others are purely for the sonic enjoyment, every album serves its own niche for me. For me music is hands down the single greatest entity in the world. If someone told me there was a truely tangible God, and that I could find where he lives, I would say he lives in music.
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Yeah. For me, different albums do different thinks. Some are very spiritual and deeply meanginful to me, others are purely for the sonic enjoyment, every album serves its own niche for me. For me music is hands down the single greatest entity in the world. If someone told me there was a truely tangible God, and that I could find where he lives, I would say he lives in music.
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In all seriousness, I think music is the peak of human achievement, nothing can match the emotion put into a well-written song. Watching a movie or reading a book can sometimes do this, but music more often than not will be an experience that puts you in a certain frame of mind, nevermind your prior one. Music is the most powerful thing on earth, no matter its form, and to corrupt its sanctity is a shame. I think that every day, for the good of a person's soul, they should be required to listen to music. I would go insane without it.

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