Sinister_Shade

Stanley / Spence, hombre, BulgariaVisto por última vez: Hace 9 días

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  • malchoOlina

    telefona ti e mnogo baven ;dds

    27 Mar 2013 Responder
  • impossible-boom

    Newsted steeper than all!

    27 Nov 2012 Responder
  • Doychev

    А тъй,само Анделиг Дод,те са величия.

    11 Sep 2012 Responder
  • s4ch1n

    Hahaha, yes :P

    12 Sep 2011 Responder
  • Jaguand

    well I guess the reason is that our countries were in similar situation after the Second World War ;)

    10 Sep 2011 Responder
  • Jaguand

    yeah we do have much bigger population but i don't think Poland is much more developed than Bulgaria. You know, hardly any higways and our roads suck :D And being more serious still much touble to be dealt with :P

    7 Sep 2011 Responder
  • Jaguand

    Well it seems it's a little better in Poland, quite heart-warming ;p

    3 Sep 2011 Responder
  • Jaguand

    well to be honest not :/ Polish music nowadays isn't really good, at least the popular bands. The only really good heavier band that has recently become popular is probably Coma. Polish older music include some metal in fact, but I don't listen to it, it's TSA, Turbo, Acid Drinkers (they're even kinda thrash metal). We've got some softer good performers and some nice old polish rock bands, but nowadays nothing special happens in polish music. Any good Bulgarian bands names?

    28 Ago 2011 Responder
  • Jaguand

    well, I'm looking forward to it. It'd be great to see some Bulgarian underground stuff ;D

    28 Ago 2011 Responder
  • Jaguand

    heh good :D sure you're gonna rock stars soon :D

    28 Ago 2011 Responder
  • Jaguand

    well getting a drummer is a hard part :p There are about 3 or 4 drummers in my town so you know... :p We had two guitarists, drummer, vocailst and no bassist :p Our singer stuff was mainly rap as we were supposed to play rapcore mixed with some typical rock stuff :P But he didn't do well in fact :D When he sung Killing in the name but Rage Against The Machine we had quite fun as he was shouting sometimes totally out of rhythm :D wow 7 people in band :D? Quite a lot :D

    25 Ago 2011 Responder
  • hansforever

    DTA: Don't Trust Anybody

    24 Ago 2011 Responder
  • moarbagelfour

    It's funny you say that because it seems as if the same thing happens where I live. I am very happy happy with our line up besudes the fact WE CAN'T FIND A FUCKING DRUMMER.

    24 Ago 2011 Responder
  • hansforever

    My avatar is GOD.

    23 Ago 2011 Responder
  • s4ch1n

    (:

    14 Ago 2011 Responder
  • Jaguand

    so you can play the guitar but you don't have it or are you gonna learn? I have my acoustic guitar for over a year but at the beginning I was too impatient to play it so i can't say I've been playing for a year ;) But since last autumn I've been playing more and when I bought an electric one in march or april I started to really have fun with it ;) We even started a band for a while but my part was rhythm guitar and to make matters worse a big part of songs we covered required only a lead guitar so you know, I spent a lot of time just watching my bandmates playing and when I joined I only a heve simple parts of a rhythm guitar ;) In fact I didn't enjoy much the stuff we played, it was quite too much of softer rock like Pink Floyd or Muse and a lot of acoustic stuff insted of hard rock and metal :D

    13 Ago 2011 Responder
  • Jaguand

    hah it must have been fun to see someone cover lajoie ;D I know him because my friend is a fan of him and he showed me his stuff :D he even learned how to play on guitar "birthday song" and wanted to play it during 18th birthday of one girl but i forget to bring an acoustic guitar and he didn't want to take his electric one with the amp ;) so i failed :P but we won't miss the next chance to make somobody's face go red :D

    11 Ago 2011 Responder
  • moarbagelfour

    Well all I can say is that I guessed you lucked out because although I don't play guitar, I was raised by a guitar player :P I also have many guitarist friends. Yes my advice is to start with an acoustic and then you know the basics like chords, then move to an a inexpensive electric. Thank you about the sitar thing. I would love to tell you about my band but we are merely a a week strong so as you can imagine, we haven't got much done XD

    11 Ago 2011 Responder
  • moarbagelfour

    Haha the only reason I say that is because I believe you learn much more about a person by interacting with them, not by just reading some autobiography of sorts. I sing(nine years) I scream/growl/harsh vocals(four years) I play keys (five years) I write music(one year) and I'd give my arm to learn Sitar. Well... that wouldn't work :P

    10 Ago 2011 Responder
  • Jaguand

    yeah, have you hear stay at home dad by him?

    9 Ago 2011 Responder
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I don't really feel like it's my time to write an autobiography just yet, so I'm not going to. I'll just say I'm a reasonably weird person, often mislabeled by some as "generic", who has a really scattered (what some people call "extensive") musical taste.
Feel free to talk about anything, my lack of knowledge is equal in all spheres of life.
Also, befriend me if you feel like it, I won't mistreat you... a lot...

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