Discussion in 'The Bar' started by SIPAWITZ, May 25, 2011.
a 3 foot fire directly behind me
how about you?
Inspecting a welfare office and all these girls have rims and sound systems in there. Fahk
So good to eat though.
sometimes those straps on the lounger by the pool
people who come off as total know-it-alls when they couldnt be more wrong.
this one guy i worked with comes into mind, he was a complete bullshit artist. today's stern show reminded me of this one argument i had with him. he kept insisting that AC/DC had 3 long tenured lead singers thru out their career. he was all "there was the guy who died, then the 2nd guy was replaced 10 years ago by the current guy". after a minute of trying to tell him how much of a dumb fuck he was, i just gave up, told him " ohhhh there WERE 3 lead singers", then walked away, shaking my head.
i dont even bother to correct people like this anymore, let 'em wallow in their stupidity.
A midget with a cigar.
When it comes to AC/DC I let people think whatever they want.
they're not Rush, that's for sure.
AC/DC > Rush
i would agree with you 50% of the time on this one..it all depends on what i'm listening to at the moment.
AC/DC did have a singer before Bon Scott. His name was Dave Evans. He played a few shows over in Great Britain with AC/DC just 4 years ago for a special reunion. My friend moved there and for my birthday I flew out and saw the show with him.
I agree with Bro. :weird: Rush might have better musicians but their songs don't compare.
Here is a clip of Dave. He was in the band from 1972 to 1974
I just think about my fave AC/DC record compared to my fave Rush record and AC/DC wins with Back In Black.
Maybe my old buddy was right, but it was purely by accident. He insisted that Brian Johnson left the band in the mid 90s, he never made mention of a lead singer before Bon. Like I said before, it wouldn't make a difference if you showed him the facts, he was gonna believe what he wanted to believe.
What's your fave Rush record? Mine is Moving Pictures.
and I've always thought the Highway to Hell album was better than Back in Black.