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"metallica" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Questions for you, didn't you just mention something briefly when we first got on, you said you were looking for a couch from Nick or something while those guys, do you do other work for him outside of the touring? No, this is for the upcoming tour. Okay, so you actually have to carry the couches. Yes and no. So we usually have a vendor in Europe, they'll carry the couches so they will be the same at every venue. But because every tour is going back out. Right. Everything is just happening this summer. That vendor has over committed. So we are now going to each individual city to try and find the correct furniture to fit the vibe of each room. It's a little bit more difficult, but I'm sure it'll happen. It's amazing that I was laughing like last summer when I think it was Mötley Crüe and def lepley, we're going to postpone the stadium tour for another summer. And the stones are like, oh really? Hold my beer. We're going out. This summer. And it's going to be great. We're going to, okay? It happened. Last year, we did it. It was amazing, yeah, absolutely. It was amazing. I want to know with each band, when did you get in the most trouble? Where you did something where they got mad at you. Are you screwed something up? Well, unless you never have because you're perfect. I'm perfect. Nothing's ever gone wrong. Have you ever gotten in trouble? Well, no one really yells or I don't think I've actually ever gotten in trouble, but has someone said, why isn't this here or where is that? And I'll just be like, oh, my God, I forgot to put it out. I'll go get it. Yeah, yeah. But I've actually messed up horribly that I've been yelled at. I guess that's a good thing. That's a very good thing. So all the toothpaste is in the rooms and all the deodorant and the cheese pizzas and everything worked out good. Exactly. Exactly. All right, last question for you. Favorite city that you like to go to because you've been around the world with both bands and both bands are internationally huge and tour probably 50, 60 countries over the years that you've been out because you've been out since at least 2011, probably before that, when did you start? I started touring in 2002. With stones? Stones. And the Metallica has started was 2003. Gotcha. So it's like 20 years now. So you've had some pretty cool places and on yours. I've been some places. On your Instagram, you like posting like different structures and I do like photography, but I don't like to put myself in the photography. Is that Jodie Foster? Yeah, I don't want to confuse people. Is there a certain place you like to go? Yeah, I love Japan. I love going every time I hear that there's a possibility. I just, all of a sudden get excited. But they've got to say the coolest place I've ever been. It was with Metallica and it was Antarctica. Getting on a boat, going across the Drake during pretty much a hurricane. And then getting down to Antarctica, hanging out with the penguins. Like it was just, it was someplace that I honestly never thought I would ever go. And this is when Metallica went to do a show there because they think it was kind of a combination they wanted to play all 7 continents in a year or whatever it was. Yeah. Tell us about that show because it was a different type of show where they played kind of outside, but they played in headphones because you couldn't disturb the animals and that sort of thing? Yeah, you can't disturb the environment at all. So it was in a dome. It was a clear dome. Yeah, everyone had headphones on and pretty much throughout the whole show because I took them on and off all the time. Because I sort of had to stay there with Lars. Every time I took them off, all you could hear were the drums. Nothing else. So you just hear the drums. And the very cool thing was that he looked behind because the dome was clear. And the penguins were like just waddling up. What's going on here? It was so weird. I'm like, this is what's interesting to you. Sure, okay. That's what Robert was telling me. He mentioned that because there's no humans, the thing is they're just kind of like wandering up like what's up? Like not scared or worried or just kind of hanging out. Like, let's go up with you guys, you know? Yeah. It's pretty cool down there. I gotta say. I mean, no other band has ever played Antarctica. Not that I'm aware of, but no. And I'm also assuming that the whole crew wasn't there. Once again, you're one of the important crew that foster has to be here. Yeah, it was well skeleton crew. Yeah, it was definitely backline guys. Sound. I don't even know if there was lighting there because it was yeah, so 23 hours a day. So that's pretty cool. It makes me feel pretty cool that you're kind of in that position with that band. You're not going anywhere. Well, never say never, but yeah, I'm very, very fortunate. I work hard every day to make sure that that's the way it is. I never take anything for granted because you just never know. Look at the past two years. Right. All of a sudden, anything can happen. So. It must have been, I know, it was weird for me after being on the road for, you know, almost 30 years and now you're home for 6 months or 8 months. I mean, it was a little bit nuts. Yeah, I went a little crazy. Hey, last question for you. What's your favorite Metallica song and what's your favorite stones song? Oh. Interesting. I want to say just today as I was finishing my run for whom the bell tolls is like, I don't know, there's something about it. Every time I'm walking in the barricade and that song comes on, all the fans, I'm sure can see me because I start doing the drumming. I don't know. I love that song so much. Creeping death. I mean, there's so many. Yeah. Wow, the stones, again, the catalog is just. It's crazy..
"metallica" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Us about some of those encounters of who's been around. Like, who's big enough to get to go backstage to meet up with the stones? You name it. Oh, really? Like, it's crazy. Of course, there's a few names that I'm still like, let me know if they ever show up. Right. Yeah, I remember Johnny Depp was doing the Pirates of the Caribbean and Keith was playing his dad. Yeah, I mean, especially any New York shows London and LA. There has to be a whole different room to just handle all the celebrities that come through yet. It's pretty crazy. I think we had that in the Metallica geek in Atlanta, which is probably the last time I'm going to see you was waiting to meet up with Lars. Actually, as large as a system, I think. But everybody's kind of in the holding room. They're like, oh, this is Greg nicotero, and there's like whoever's in Atlanta hanging around. But do you have to kind of delegate under the guys open to this? Because sometimes it's hard to meet so many people. Like, is there a certain time? Like, okay, from 5 to 5 30, that's when we can come say hi or how does that kind of go? Yeah, and I think I can't say for sure, but I think there might be some discussion with their assistance. So maybe mix assistant and someone's celebrity assistant. They get together and they talk and they'll be like, does Mick have time before the show? Or does Keith have time before a show? It's more that then I would say the band going to a room or being pulled. I think cool thing that happened recently was in the fall, the U.S. women's soccer team came through. Oh. Yeah, that was pretty cool. And the band was told that they were coming. So they were all sort of waiting out in the hallway, super excited to meet them as well. So it was very like, oh, are they here yet? Are they here yet? We have to go on in ten minutes. Let's go. It was really cute to see. They're excited to get there. So they're on the soccer because they're English. Yeah. Because it was girls. I can't say. Yeah, a little bit of both, right? Who knows? What are some of the major differences that you see? Because obviously the stones are the stones. And Metallica is the biggest rock band or one of the top two or three. Is there a difference in the backstage vibe, a difference in the production of difference in the audience reactions? What do you see between those two bands? There is a difference for sure. I don't know if I could pinpoint it. It's just, it's definitely different vibes. And maybe you nailed it there with Metallica's rock, and they just have a harder vibe backstage. And the stones are rock and roll, blues, a little bit more mellow, and there's age difference, of course. Yeah. Metal can still go, go, go. Whereas the stones are like, I'm going to go for a few months, and then we're going to chill. And we're not going to do back to back shows. We're going to do maybe three shows a week. And that comes across, I guess, in the backstage. Like you're not as rushed and you kind of chilled a little bit more over there. Right. But as far as the audience, every audience, I love watching the beginning of any show because it's just you see the audience just like they're anticipating and everyone knows like that song, the next song, the band's coming on. Or when you hear ladies and gentlemen, you just see the audience go nuts, but I do have to say, there is something special about a Metallica fan. Because it's just, you can feel that build up, and then when the band comes out, absolute explosion is I'm getting chills just thinking about it. Like they just are so into it and it's just so amazing to watch. I think for me, there's something like you mentioned the drama of ecstasy of gold, which is Metallica's intro song. And on RICO morico, good, bad and the ugly, very orchestrated classical, but it's very heavy. When that plays as a fan, you are super like, you said the goosebumps are coming. And I think the difference for me between stones and Metallica is I grew up with Metallica. Metallica started when I was 13 and I was there from the start. So this is kind of the stones have always been there, but the stones are a couple generations older. And when I go to the stones, it's almost like going to, like, I'm saying this. I'm not saying this because they're like, you go to Jurassic Park and see this amazing creature that once it goes, you'll never see it again, right? Like they'll never be another Rolling Stones. It's impossible because the world has changed. And you mentioned like stones 60. Yeah. So that's almost at a different level of Metallica because now it's almost like this legend amongst legends, you know? Yeah, for sure. Can't snub your nose there at Metallica at 40. That's amazing. No, I agreed. I love the fact that Metallica fans, you always think, oh, they've got to be our age because we did grow up with them. Yeah, yeah. But it's so interesting to see the kids because the parents are bringing the kids. Right. These younger generation Metallica, there's a kid in Toronto that boss and he plays guitar. And he was always wearing a Metallica hat. He's got to be like 14 years old. I see him on Instagram. And I'm like, what the hell? The Metallica fans are getting younger and younger. Like, they're not going anywhere. And the stones, you do look out and they are a little aged. There's multi generations that stones geeks too, though. Absolutely. I noticed in Atlanta that there was a lot of girls at the show. And I think going to the stones is almost like going, it's like some kind of prestigious, you know, going to see like, you know, pavarotti, if he was still alive, or Andre buchel, it's like, even if you're not into the tune, it's just going as like a night out on the town. It's something cool or whatever. Yeah, I've taken friends to stones shows before. And they're like, yeah, I know the stones, I think, one of them you know. In the audience and then listening, she's,.
"metallica" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Necessarily mean an unfair exploitation But record companies frequently did unfairly exploit artists So if the artists create the music and the record labels produce it publish it market it promote it arrange for distribution all that kind of stuff You see where there's this relationship there where if the artists didn't go through a label they'd have to do all of that on their own And that's hard They don't necessarily have the infrastructure to deal with that and do it themselves And the record labels handle all that So you understand why the record labels deserve a cut But the record labels had most of the power in most of those situations Unless an artist got so popular that it was a detriment to the record label if they lost that artist and the artist had enough leverage to negotiate a really good deal for themselves Most artists weren't in that category So while the RIA was going after all these file sharing entities and the people using them in the name of preserving copyright the money the RIA was actually getting from those settlements Didn't make its way to the artists whose work was being freely exchanged So you had artists who were like my music's being shared for free and I know you're getting money from settlements but I'm not seeing any of that cash So the people downloading music were engaged in harmful behavior the ri a engaged in devastatingly harmful behavior And artists were caught in the middle and were starting to get really frustrated Now some of them didn't see the harm in file sharing and they genuinely wanted as many people as possible to hear their work So they were in favor of this They thought oh this is disrupting the industry the industry is filled with corruption I'm cool with it But some such as Metallica saw piracy as a direct threat to their livelihood They said how are we supposed to sell our music online if the guy next to us is giving away for free No one's going to buy from us They can just get the songs for free right next door From an Internet perspective Most artists fell somewhere in the middle of that spectrum You know they weren't necessarily as extreme as Metallica but not as lackadaisical as those who were like let's disrupt the system And they weren't getting much help either way But while the record labels were worried that piracy was going to be the end of them another shift was coming that would change things up It was an approach that would dramatically shift behaviors and do away with the idea of owning copies of music in the first place It would be streaming services which I'll talk about more in just a second right after we take this.
‘The Metallica Blacklist’ Is an Enormous Tribute to an Enormously Influential Album
"Thirty years ago. In nineteen ninety-one the california heavy metal band metallica released its fifth studio album. The record was simply called metallica but earned the nickname the black album. Thanks to its mostly black. Cover to songs on. The black album. Represented a shift from metallica. They were more accessible melodic than the epic heavy metal shredders. The band was known for and music. Fans aided up the black album debuted at number one on the billboard. Two hundred the records. I single enter. Sandman reached number sixteen on the hot one. Hundred singles chart and over. The last thirty years has become an anthem. Used pump up crowds at sporting events in stadiums. All over the world now. A collection of songs called the metallica blacklist celebrates the thirtieth anniversary of metallica's black album it features stevie bridges my morning jacket kamasi washington and fifty other artists covering tracks from the black album.
A Breakdown Of Latinx Heavy Medal
"So i'm in the studio today with producer. Genie montalvo gene. So thought i wanna take you back to the latin grammys of twenty nineteen. What happened well. A bunch of things happened but relevant today. Yeah lars ulrich of metallica presented with the person of the year award. It's kind of like a lifetime. Achievement did not know. That's where you're going to go with this surprise but really you can see kind of losing it on the video but listen to him here. That's very funny to me for those who don't know who is. How would you describe his music. It's like top yet. Like pop rock but the area likes comey sunday at me but i had no idea he was a huge metallica fan. Wine is is a huge mental fan. And so we're a lot of people in latin america and that is what i'm going to be talking to you about today mysterious. I didn't know you were into metal finds story. Because i'm actually not. But i am surrounded by latino metal heads. My brother was into metal growing up my neighbors into metal and plays in a metal band. And what would life be like. It didn't marry someone who was also into metal much quieter. So speaking about my husband or nesto who you know as from peru. He was telling me the story the other day that got me thinking about this topic. It was about the time. When one of his favorite bands the british rockers. Iron maiden came to lima in two thousand nine. You have heard of iron. Maiden i've seen the sweatshirts when our media i came. I announce actually their visits lima. People started making plans to come to the show. People started coming from other cities. Even from equador people throw away from waiheke from keitel youth ecuadorian flex in the crowd
Interview with Kenny Harper & Manny Torres of Rock My Image
"Manny and Kenny Hello Welcome to the digital marketer podcast. So excited to have you both here. Glad to be here. Excited this is going to be awesome in epic. Awesome Ethic I love it. Can we it do names and voices just people are listening know exactly who's speaking when so introduce yourselves and people now? My name is Kenny Harper and this is my voice. So if you hear me talking, this is Kenny. Harper. Very literal I loved it. Says many tourists and this is my voice and I'm Jenna. This is my voice but y'all know me it won't change. So Amplify Your Business Rock my image. I WanNa talk out where Y'all started your entrepreneurial journey, how you learn about all this marketing stuff and just what led you to this point today. So where were you born? Just kidding I'll give you the fun story. I was born in Virginia, Beach But raised in Louisville Kentucky. In found my first passionate about fourteen years old I went to a metallica concert. I was in the snake pit and I was blown away by the huge performance, the flashing lights, the booming Bass and I knew I'd found my calling in. So I started to play in bands start to learn how to record them. We're doing shows wherever all this fun but you know what I had a passion, but it didn't have the knowledge about running a successful. Business and there's a lot of starving artists out there for a reason right and they have passion they know they love to do and they're good at it. But if they don't know the business side of things, then they're going to run into some challenges. Luckily, I was able to find a way to use my creativity in a different light in marketing. So went to school graduated and then became a student of the craft of business growth and development. In profit growth in particular along the way. I became a freelance web designer. Met My business partner Mr Manny. Torres, we formed a an agency and really started to do a lot of small business marketing. What we started to see is that some of the clients that we are marketing were growing, they're amplifying, they were scaling they're opening new locations. We're just seeing all sorts of success in a few and some of the clients that we're marketing. or saying, Hey, it's marketing isn't working and. We looking at and saying, Hey, we're doing the same thing we're giving you leads. These aren't good leads really. Is it the leads in what we really found out is that? Unless. You have a holistic approach and you have the other components of your business. synergistically, working marking may not be the answer. You really need to have a good sales process a good team, good operations you need to have all that in place, and so that's where the concept of growth amplifiers all came about, which is our podcast growth amplifiers, and that's where we're at today we were with business owners and entrepreneurs who are looking to increase their profitability. Through Proven Systems Ineffective Strategies with guidance and accountability. So that's all the way from Kentucky. To present day in being able to step in really understanding the concept behind taking that rock concept that everyone plays their own instrument. Everyone has their own unique gifts but when you can really tune in and produce that amplify it, that's how things can really be a magical. So that's back story that I have in. Make you for letting me share it. Yeah of course well. I definitely wanted to talk about some of the the interesting tidbits of like your time in rock and music and producing music and stuff like that and how it airs together. So well with marketing but I also WanNa hear I many a little bit of your story and like where you came in where you add metallica concert and may be missed each other that first time. Radically. Even though my family has a ton of musical talent in its history, I've never played any instruments but my unique talent has always been drawing and being creative and on high school I came across the fact that you can actually be a graphic designer as like, wow, I didn't know I could actually do a job with this talent assault went. To, school design in at NC state north, Carolina State, and that's where I started my graphic design career and one things I noticed at being a designer that made me different from other designers is that I didn't just create something that was visually appealing but always thought about what's the bigger picture was the strategy behind it and so when had moved Jacksonville? Design Printing Company. And I was looking for someone to partner with I was introduced to Kenny and that's one of the things that really brought a lot of synergy together was that we both thought about the big picture what's the strategy behind what we're doing what's our ultimate goal, and then how can we really leverage? What makes the client the rock star in the talent a so? that. There was a lot of synergy there when we both went to do more things because we both are all about personal development and growth we said, how can we take our business to another level and Kinney at the time had a cool thing that was rocked my facebook and I really love that branding and when we were talking about what the name of the business should be. He said, what do you think about rock by image Bam? That's awesome.
Travel To Bulgaria
"Bulgaria is a small and mysterious country. It's one of those lands that Americans just don't visit very much. It's long faced east impact in communist times it was famously subservient to the USSR. But. Of course, there's lots more to see in Bulgaria and you can learn about a fascinating culture. When you go there to Bulgarian guides, joined us in our studio to help give us a better insight and a little better appreciation of the cultural. Bulgaria. We're joined by Stephan Bush job and you're. Stephanie thanks for being here. Thank you our pleasure now. Americans we don't know as much about Bulgaria as we know about Poland or Germany or Italy, or Greece that. It's not in the news it's signing country of about seven million people probably, not not a lot of Bulgarians have emigrated to the United States like Polish people. So many know when I think of Bulgaria I think of a back in the communist times a little country that was more friendly with Moscow, than the other countries in eastern Europe in fact, your leader little sort of an communist dictator two-door shifts of Shipka He. Actually proposed that Bulgaria joined the USSR and become the Sixteenth Republic. Is that true that? Yes that's still in the early nineteen sixties shifts for wanted us to be so close to the Soviets. So he proposed to become the sixteen republic. Why so subservient? The USSR you know because as a small country, we have always tried to find our big brother because you're right there in the middle of the Habsburgs and Russia and and. The meat of all those crossroads and your. Little so easy to gobble up if you're a big giant country absolutely, but fortunately, the Soviets were in the middle of the Cuban missile crisis saw they were busy and they were not interested in having trouble themselves Khrushchev or whoever was the dictator say There's a joke in becan communist time. The biggest animal in the world was the Bulgarian pig because the head was in Bulgarian. The body was in Moscow I. Was that funny. So many years ago he mentioned the pick when you have the body of the pick of the good meat is there. So we produced Oh the good stuff food and it was expected to the Soviet. Union. So practically, this is the reason why still nowadays in Russia they remember all those fruits and very funds legal, Gary, all good stuff that came from Bulgaria. So the big shot in Moscow and wind as well. Of course, all the Bulgarian wine. Oh, the best bogere in one when Russia. Well today you don't have that problem. You've got wonderful traditional food and drink and and Yuri. What is one thing we should remember about the food of Bulgaria when we visit incredibly fresh everything is fresh. What's been out of the garden? What's IT traditional? A traditional meal I I remember some beautiful soups. You must have a salad. You must argue with Salads and a little bit of Brandy. As world it goes with the Salads. We always have the strong alcohol first, and then we go to the wine and then we go to the beer you start with the strong alcohol yes, we do. We do. Why is that Stephan? It is deep tradition. What my parents belief is that when we have a trunk alcohol to open your perceptions the food, this is the best way to taste it when you have a few sips of follow traditional. Brandy. Code. Of Akia. So when I'm cooking, if people have the strong alcohol, I can actually eat my food. It helps it helps a lot. Gary is the only country in the European Union that has this surreal alphabet I was in Bulgaria when you're on May twenty fourth, that's big celebration. Why does Bulgaria have this unique alphabet and what's the cultural background of that? I remember that day because we were actually fuming Bulgaria episode into our in my hometown. So it is really important to understand these different alphabet because this is an alphabet which helped to spread the Christianity because it's surreal religious named after Saint. And who was his side and his brother Metallica's Methodius and Cyril. So they innovated this alphabet so they could write down the holies holy scripture scriptures and people could read them exactly in idea to have the Christianity. Kuo's to the heart close the. So to understand the holy wisdom to understand the words written, what century was that this was in the eight, hundred, eight, hundred, fifty, five,
"metallica" Discussed on Soundrise Podcast
"Album master of puppets any of this stuff this was more like Metallica by numbers. Wells have lot of Wilson okay. And now, finally, the latest released from two thousand sixteen hardwired to self destruct. Shipping with your thoughts. I think. Somewhat better than death magnetic. I liked the production this it sounds better it of breeds and it's a really long record. So. Let's see the tracks I like how they kind of jump from different styles. From, one style to another like atlas rise something that could have been recorded by iron maiden. then. You have the card wires of kind of hearkens back to kill them all and. You have dream no more which is like the thing that should not be part to very lovecraft Ian. I really loved that they go through all these different ideas. I feel like they were much more relaxed doing this record. Again. It may not sound like super personal. There aren't many moments like death which I really miss I, Miss, James Getting more personal and more. You know I missed those songs that you can truly densify with on some levels but these are all good tracks you can mankind will it's a load like riffing which? I have to say live these songs sounded really good. I really enjoyed them. Live speed out the bone is the one dragged everybody was talking about when this came out because it really went back to thrash roots. And it was such a great. Long. Almost old style metallic attract but. Everything works on this track and. Apparently. They were really struggling into flame. The big thing wasn't into flame like the big deal before the album was released. Yeah. Yeah. But then when the record came out, spill out, the bone was the track everybody talked about another cool thing that they did here was the day they recorded a video for each track on the record. So, the masters spent a lot of money on that. But it was nice to see all these videos suit was kind of an event of sorts this record and it's such. It was better than the previous one. And it's also a bit of a grower at first. I was Kinda confused by it but once they. Once, they dug into it after the third or fourth listen it's really sinking. I was disappointed with the leading track hardwired I. Thought it was lazy. Dodd was very generic. But then everything else following that track sounds better so. Yeah, definitely, a step forward step in the right direction. Not, the METALLICA, the glory days, but the kind of veteran band still enjoyable still willing to try out things. So yeah, definitely a thumbs up from me. Good good I told agree was an upgrade compared to death magnetic and I can say that I enjoy listening to this album. Into aflame highlight but also other tracks as well. like M. I. Savage or mankind kind. So. Yes. It was a good direction for the band than. I actually wanted to ask you if they play some of these songs slide but I guess they do. A lot of them and they work they work especially in relation to the old material I think and the band really enjoys doing them. Yes and one thing that's interesting that I actually heard for the first time. Now, during during the recording is that they made. A music video for each track your I wouldn't really say that that's a positive thing. First of all, I S A music fan don't really. Watch music videos net that match. But this is a this is a long album. You know we have much twelve tracks year. Twelve music videos like that's that some flexing. Think. I think metallica always wants to kind of be ahead of others they have this sort of. Megalomania Cold Complex So that might be the reason why they did it kind of like the idea I like seeing these videos in getting a new video every week. I think for US spans. That's a nice fans service. So I, it cannot hurt for sure can heard. Totally agree yes and speaking of live performances Want to ask you. when you look at this current lineup and all the an all metallica costs you've been to. Who is your standout METALLICA member when it comes to engaging with the crowd? It comes to engaging with the crowd I. think they're all pretty awesome at that James of course, is my favorite also way comes to musicianship I. Think James is the backbone of the band alive. His reps are incredible he's still has it. Lars is kind of sloppy, but it's OK. He does his thing. Kirk is also bit sloppy. Sometimes I feel like he might be a bit tired of playing the same material over and over again. So that's acute problem with Metallica they don't really mixup up so much as they should because they're afraid to play load psalms, for example. The also don't do a lot of songs from Saint Anger Or. Any of these later date albums so that that's a huge problem for them live because then they end up playing mostly like black album, the tracks before the black album and as much as I love hearing them. Sometimes, it's good for the band to mix things up of it. You forgot rupture here Trujillo and I actually thought you would pick him as the the standout performer because he had. A News Corp. like. Saying decision ship is amazing but I don't know. His stage. presence. Bit. Cringe a bit cringe. It's like. Kind of. The Wannabe critical. He has his thing I really appreciate him as a Bass player I love will keep does with the music. But. He's stage antics. Just not for me, I, prefer Jason..
"metallica" Discussed on Soundrise Podcast
"To save letter to put shortly is the listeners another travesty that was said here. So again you have to, you have to forgive my dear colleague. He. He just up in another area in the. Obviously. This Louis Battle Right. I mean, he's the guy who likes corn. What else can we say? Oh. That's would be a really good question Do we have fans that like both metallica and corn and by Metallica I mean these old albums. On after there yeah. Probably. So if you're out there, you like both corn and metallic old stuff, let us knowing the comments you know let's let's break the stereotypes. Let's let's show people. You can enjoy all these things you know. There's no shame in it. There's no shame. It's just this coq host of mine called blotted likes to. Separate people and accused him of being. Traders and stuff yes. Not that if you just you just lack the sensibility on the stand the magnitude of the early. METALLICA, and for some reason, you prefer listening to people banging on cooking pots. Well. That was a good description I have to say. Okay. So Beck, semester puppets. And with all these, this is the case with all these own albums I can listen to them and I can show respect and see the originality and the. Authentic stuff. But I can't really go crazy about this. For the life of me, I just don't get it. I just don't understand how anyone can be different to this kind of music I think those. Early records especially. The ones from ride the lightning to injustice parole. Are such. Epic pieces of music that. Even this day to this day I still get chills when listen to these records even pretty much know them by heart and I've listened to them for. More than twenty years now I think I listened to justice for all for the first time back in Nineteen ninety-four. So that's a long period of time and it. Still gives me the same feeling. So just don't understand or a muster of puppets. No these sounds like the disposable heroes or Leper Messiah like this something so. So deep in the Sun. Solich. Just find it. So difficult to find any other metal bands the game similar field may be death I think even though I, didn't really grow up with death so I don't have that kind of attachment. But. Just, these albums are. Unique truly. Unique. Yes, they are and mine. I'm not indifferent I'm just not. Blown away I have to say now someone would consider that to be indifferent or. Ignoring the the true aspect or under appreciating these hours but. You know at a at the end of the day it's all about our personal taste of right. Well, yeah, but you know. You can only go so far with personal taste. But okay, let's let's stop joking around with this stuff I mean, of course I guess. For some people it just it just doesn't cut it the same way. But to me, it's interesting to talk about these more controversial album because we. When it comes to muster puppets or when it comes to ride the lightning I think most people will agree that these are great records. I don't think many people will actually playing these are bad in any way right. So what about the black albums as you already mentioned? The black album in my opinion. Is is not a step forward for Metallica, but it was a step that maybe they needed to make that time and I think as much as commercially came off. It was still of a wonderful record when when I was a kid I didn't really make a difference between this record and the earlier ones to meet was all the same kind of Metallica that loved and enjoyed. It was only when load came out that I was not confusion I didn't know what to make of it as a thirteen year old I think or twelve year old. Twelve year old. Yes. When load came out I was so disappointed because that wasn't my metallica was sounded like a completely different band but with black album. Yeah that's the same ITALICA. Did you hear on muster puppy? They're just more streamlined, maybe more catchy throwing in a couple of ballads but the is generally the same and I don't understand why fans make such a big fuss about it. Certainly fans just enjoying the music. It's a great record great rates. Maybe not as big because the previous ones. Who Cares I mean? It's still a great record, right? Absolutely. I totally agree. It was a slight step. Back. Compared to the previous almonds in my eyes I didn't know it was as they said, it was a transitional album and I couldn't quite pick the side here. You know it was difficult for me because I'm more of. second-stage. METALLICA fence. So to say, so this was slightly confusing, but you can't really ignore. The all the grades tracks here. Now, I WANNA ask you but you have to probably most well known song skew metallica entertainment and nothing else matters. Would you classify them as the best tracks on this album? No, no no. Not even have the see a both tracks I really enjoy them. They've been overplayed death but when A. Concert I really enjoy them in such setting. When I'm at home I, don't really want to hear them so much to be fair but to me, the real highlights of the black album are the deeper cuts. Sounds like. Co Lear though the God that failed the garlic failed such a personal song by James, and that's why I don't understand these accusations of the band selling out and stuff like that. When a band sells out, the don't write personal stuff. They don't write the stuff where they put themselves out to the world where the expose their own weaknesses. Let's say or their own traumas psychological issues. Addictions that's not what Commercial. Bands do so in my opinion metallica never really sold out in that way that sense they might have sold out in some other ways in terms of like being this big commercial entity that is soon going to turn into kiss and start. Start selling like a caskets with metallica written on or some shit like that. You know. So but no, I think these songs come from the same place that the earlier material came from. But maybe even from the more mature place in some instances, like with the God that failed were the unforgiven which I feel very personal songs. Yes. You just mentioned the forget. What do you think about the fact that the unforgiven has also The, forgiven to and unforgiven three like that's a really interesting continuation for.
"metallica" Discussed on Soundrise Podcast
"Now, of course, I think I would like to hear it with more base or with the different mix just out of curiosity. But this album to me's perfection. Just the band at the height of its power. James Vocal, severely came into their own. Because this really intense. Sound, the his scruffy vocals truly dominate here. Kirk his never had better solos. Than, justice for all. Most importantly, this is the most political of that career and it just shows this. With. Without, any will to compromise with anything. which. I think is directly. Responsible for fans being so disappointed with the later output because they felt that that banned from justice for all the band was willing to. Challenge the world was kind of gone. You know the the day, the band members sort of went soft by comparison. And the risks of justice for all just out of this world have to save James Capital is a true riff master. What do you say about that? I have to say and justice for all his probably my favorites. Old. SC allowed them not sure if it's injustice for all or kill him all. The melodic and it's yet ethical aspects of and justice for all is amazing and. As. We sit here record. It's August twenty four. Tomorrow and Justice for all starting thirty two years old. So happy thirty second birthday to injustice for all. I want to ask you about the drumming that I mentioned vowed to tweet talked about a lot in this episode. A lot of a lot of people out there allowed music fans say that large only as a mediocre drummer or if you take him out of metallic wouldn't be able to produce any think what do you think about his drumming skillset? Look I think. People, are. Exaggerating at times because loss to me sounds like a fairly competent drummer. On those early records, he sounds damn amazing on muster puppets, for example, I think. It's quite possible that over the years his drumming skills have some deteriorated and. Maybe, that's what rubs the fans the runway especially when compared. With a compared the drumming on metallica albums. To the drumming other heavy metal albums by slayer megadeath. Kind of leads something to be desired especially these last few records. But I think people have to take into consideration Lars. Or side James Is. One of the troop. Masterminds of Hispanics than that. And? I? Think. I think. If you take Lars Outta METALLICA. You won't have Metallica so simple as that. I think. There's no band without him or James Now in my opinion, this is my personal view is the James is the one who propelled the band to the star Dumb I think that without James Larson get anywhere but that being said, he probably can a massive role. In shaping the sound the making sure. That the songs are structured in a certain way. So I wouldn't underestimate him and I think he's still fairly good drummer when I see them live I really don't mind his drumming so much except one time in Bellevue when they played live I was kind of close to the stage and never ever in my life have I experienced this. His drum. So loud so loud. It's literally made me physically sick. Literally. Ruined the music a bit for anything that shows that the alarm Mike have a huge ego issue. I think nobody needs to be that loud you know. Yes, because the drums are you know always the loud distinction, but if it's allowed to kind of ruins the experience definitely. I really think he's a bedroom I think he perfectly suits metallica and as I said, I really liked the innovation of that hot. Drum that POPs nails. Elise please will lose. All kind of. All all integrity, we have masks so far throughout all these episodes you just GonNa. Throw it in the waves with your ridiculous statements about Lars. pod sounding drums. Look I'm in the minority here and I'm not a I'm not ashamed of it because it's it's something that always stands out always also Old Release. Yeah. Gone Gone. I'm sorry dear listeners I. Think at this moment, we have nothing else to do but the shutdown our podcast. So I apologize for the travesty that was being said in this episode and will try to bounce back in recover from this somehow. I can sense metallica fans throwing stones at us because of all days blessed statements from me. Okay. My final word about the. First Aero. So to say, of METALLICA, so I wasn't a huge fan of. The sounds especially the the base and not talking about the Solos. You know I really liked the melodic elements but when it comes to mixing goods and and the final outcome edges. Wasn't really my cup of tea compared to load and saint anger and also reload. and. I thought the vocals were better in ninety S in. METALLICA. So But I would like to wrap this up with your opinion on the black cow them so that the transition album Aleka. Well but I. Forgot to talk about. The Big One. The big album you know we we mentioned it but I. Didn't really get your opinion about muster puppets because that's the one where people go crazy with people think that. That's the album that makes people believe metallica is the greatest metal band of old time. So what's your take on that one? Oh yes. Sorry. I forgot that A. Case, semester puppets. Feature some of the greatest metallica songs you know orientation battery also the title track. Mestre puppets. I Dunno I. It really kind of associated with the metal genre leg. I would always single of this album is one of the greatest. But if I would to compared to my music taste, it wouldn't be one of the greatest I have.
"metallica" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"To me, it's really interesting because then later on metallica became a pioneer once again in the rise of peer to peer file sharing and taking Napster to court, which at the time was a very controversial move in peace afford it was very encore laws to do that. They asked you for advice on that. What was your? No they did not I found out that and I think the next day in one of these papers billboard or somewhere and you know. Laws knew they did not want to be taken advantage off if you put on music. You had to pay for it. It's the same thing you know. This. Has Nothing to metallic, but it has to do with music and spotify and and and and How artists make money these days at one point when apple music came into existence maybe. In the last three years or so they will crowd of themselves and saying everybody gets free apple for the first ninety days. Don't you know that that was when a Taylor swift record was supposed to come out and he tells her management who I think was up big machine. At the time. I don't want my record out there. They can have my record after that ninety days. Now she was called every name in the book, but you know what records are not free. Up there are managers there artists, producers, engineers, there are studios food. Mastering, there's all this stuff. That costs a lot of money to make a record and I was proud of her when she said, you could put my record on apple, but I WANNA get paid. So I don't want to be including those first ninety days when everybody gets free and q imagine for somebody even then told me three or four years ago who was selling millions of records, what a loss that would've been if she allowed that so I always I was a person who always got in trouble the record companies because I always stuck the artists. This day the artists still the people getting paid last and I don't know I haven't been in the music business actively. Formerly for for years now. But. You still hear the same old story. You actually, sorry. I mean Nina's. Run. No. No. Really I have to say part of it is music was what drove you out of the house out of the small world that you were in into this amazing giant colorful industry and were you were at the center of it and you shaped it to to be a better place for artists. And I It's like I really have to say you know expressed the deep gratitude for people like you who? UNAPOLOGETICALLY. are themselves and create a space for artists not only to have a career. But to to survive because you know in United States copyright law only benefits the wealthy and if I had a nickel for every time some idea some catchphrase from..
"metallica" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"To me, it's really interesting because then later on metallica became a pioneer once again in the rise of peer to peer file sharing and taking Napster to court, which at the time was a very controversial move in peace afford it was very encore laws to do that. They asked you for advice on that. What was your? No they did not I found out that and I think the next day in one of these papers billboard or somewhere and you know. Laws knew they did not want to be taken advantage off if you put on music. You had to pay for it. It's the same thing you know. This has nothing to metallic, but it has to do with music and spotify and and and and How artists make money these days at one point when apple music came into existence maybe. In the last three years or so they will crowd of themselves and saying everybody gets free apple for the first ninety days. Don't you know that that was when a Taylor swift record was supposed to come out and he tells her management who I think was up big machine. At the time. I don't want my record out there. They can have my record after that ninety days. Now, she was called every name in the book, but you know what records are not free. Up there are managers there artists, producers, engineers, there are studios food. Mastering there's all this stuff. That costs a lot of money to make a record and I was proud of her when she said you could put my record on apple but I WANNA get paid so I don't want to be including those first ninety days when everybody gets free and q imagine for somebody even then told me three or four years ago who was selling millions of records, what a loss that would've been if she allowed that so I always I was a person who always got in trouble the record companies because I always stuck the artists. This Day, the artists, still the people getting paid last and I don't know I haven't been in the music business actively. Formerly for for years now. But you still hear the same old story. You actually sorry. I mean Nina's. Run. No No. Really. I have to say part of it is music was what drove you out of the house out of the small world that you were in into this amazing giant colorful industry and were you were at the center of it and you shaped it to to be a better place for artists. And I. You know it's like I really have to say you know expressed the deep gratitude for people like you who? UNAPOLOGETICALLY are themselves and create a space for artists not only to have a career but to to survive because you know in United States copyright law only benefits the wealthy and if I had a nickel for every time some idea some catchphrase from..
"metallica" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"To me. It's really interesting because then later on metallica became a pioneer once again in the rise of peer to peer file sharing and taking Napster to court, which at the time was a very controversial move in peace afford it was very uncouth. Laws to do that. They asked you for advice on that what was your? No they did not I found out that and I think the next day in one of these papers billboard or somewhere and you know. Laws, knew they did not want to be taken advantage off if you put on music out. You had to pay for it. It's the same thing you know. This has nothing to metallic, but it has to do with music and spotify and and and and How artists make money these days at one point when people music came into existence maybe. In the last three years or so they will crowd of themselves and saying everybody gets free apple for the first ninety days. Don't you know that that was when a Taylor swift record was supposed to come out and he tells her management who I think was up big machine. At the time. I. Don't want my record out there. They can have my record after that ninety days. Now, she was called every name in the book, but you know what records are not free. Up there are managers there artists, producers, engineers, there are studios food. Mastering, there's all this stuff. That costs a lot of money to make a record and I was proud of her when she said, you could put my record on apple but I WANNA get paid. So I don't want to be including those first ninety days when everybody gets free and q imagine for somebody even then told me three or four years ago who was selling billions of records, what a loss that would've been if she allowed that so I always I was a person who always got in trouble the record companies because I always stuck the artists. This day the artists still the people getting paid last and I don't know I haven't been in the music business actively. Formerly for for years now. But you still hear the same old story. You actually. Sorry. I mean Nina's. Run. No No. Really I have to say part of it is music was what drove you out of the house out of the small world that you were in into this amazing giant colorful industry and were you were at the center of it and you shaped it to to be a better place for artists. And I. You know it's like I really have to say you know expressed the deep gratitude for people like you who? UNAPOLOGETICALLY are themselves and create a space for artists not only to have a career. But to to survive because you know in United States copyright law only benefits the wealthy and if I had a nickel for every time, some idea some catchphrase from.
Micheal Alago interview
"I, knew that I loved music that was hard and fast. So when I heard about all these records coming out on sire records like dead Gauloise and The ramones and talking heads and Richard Hell in the voids I thought to myself Oh, I got here this stuff and I wound up loving but yet coys and I would go to see every time they came in Cleveland Ohio and one night they were doing a three night stand when the British invasion of Khan came to New York with a group called the damned I went all three nights to that so I was just I was just creating my own way, my own path because I was curious and I was so curious it was out all the time
"metallica" Discussed on Tweet Talk
"Columbia on a Tarantino movie. Now, how about a movie? That's really bad. And you change it and you? Decide that this will make the movie better. I haven't seen it. I know it's I just know it's bad and I and I know that it's not a movie that I'm never going to want watch, but maybe if God I took You just elbows character the small character from cats left him alone. Everybody else a muppet. Maybe the movie turns into a comedy club. It would be weird being cats. You'd certainly not have the issues that movie had in terms of digital effects. Now, would you? It's kind of fun. It's it's almost like a you can turn this into some kind of card game, or maybe even if you can game. Talking to your friends asking them which movie they would choose. Keeping one actor and rest are Muppets. I want to know your choices. Let me know. I'm very curious what movie a challenge you to find take a movie off and make it better because you change most of the cast into my pit. Look at o a d underscore Foster. Find me a Twitter or Instagram. So I stepped back out here into the beautiful Central Park to inhale the Clean Air begin there and say thank you very much for coming to my show listening to my show wherever it maybe maybe you listen to it here in Central Park, whatever you did. However you got here, please if you would review thank you or just stay tuned for the next laundering wanderings of myself. And anybody else who cares to join me. Thank you very much. You can always find me. I love you, It's nice to hear it a d underscore Foster and Instagram or Twitter or whatever social you may hang out. Let me know what you thought. Thank you very much cheers off. off.
"metallica" Discussed on Tweet Talk
"But then there's maybe some big movies that use excite you when it's on so tell me what is your comfort movie? I want to know to know what is it that comforts you if you suck on TV or you just even look for maybe you have the DVD or maybe you have it string same streaming somewhere that you just go to it. You can go to a movie some examples for instance. Not necessarily money come from movies. I'll share those but right now, how about a Legally Blonde movie? It's just a silly old Comfort comedy. Just something fun to have them off or Dirty Dancing. The ultimate romantic movie now, some people may think the Lord of Rings trilogy is Comfort movie. They when it's on it's just you sit there and you'll fall into that world and you're just there and it's what pleases you now if you like ridiculous crazy over the top movies, maybe Monty Python and the Holy Grail is your comfort movie. I mean that's just just wacky stuff and you need you the wacky every once awhile. I bet When Harry Met Sally the ultimate cross-continent cross country love story. What is your secret Comfort movie a sheriff you mine for me off the movies that come on Armageddon. I'm a Sci-Fi fan. I love Sci-Fi movies and Armageddon doesn't matter. It's on I'm going to just leave it on it's a fun ride brain wage. For sure, you probably say that about a bunch of the Michael Bay movies, but Armageddon actually entertains me. Ferris Bueller's Day Off come on who who would not stop and watch that movie just cuz it's on even if it was on three days ago and I would also say that the Lord of the Rings trilogy dead ends up in my comfort movies. You just they just it just takes you to another world and sometimes you need to be taken to another world. I'm curious. Let me know. What is your comfort movies.
"metallica" Discussed on Tweet Talk
"Do you like all these Sports the way they are glad to have them back or would you rather not have them all at all? Very curious to know people's opinion get at me 80 underscore foster home Twitter or Instagram love the feedback. Love to know what you're thinking about these events. And what's happening as we move on of course code is still here. It's still with us is something that we should be continuously having to deal with cases are still up and down and ebbing and flowing across the country and even even in some other countries New Zealand hadn't had any cases for over a hundred days hundred days recently as in a couple of days ago. They had four new cases complete lockdown or at least in these the towns in Oakland I Believe song Open complete lockdown they're doing what they can to make sure that it doesn't happen their countries and states are having or doing their own different thing trying to get us back to normal schools have started to pack up and already there are lots of thousands cases already with school with teachers staff and students. Obviously. It's a debate on both sides. I'm curious. Have you sent your your son or daughter to school yet at school started for you? Will you send him to school has your district school district giving you a opportunity to choose whether or not and what it's going to look like internet to hear what other places around the country are doing as and obviously not just with with Elementary and Junior High and high school. But also with college all these students who are looking for or starting their freshman year of college or their senior year of college like us experience. Like they've never expected before even though they may have just come off of the spring semester what we're dealing with the code environment dead. Not what they wanted for either those two important years of their college PhD where this goes what happens we going to have schools that shut down, you know colleges that shut down and said send students home because of the outbreaks real slippery slope and hopefully folks are doing what they can to prevent it like wearing your mask finishing up here with some fun things. You're a Metallica fan off August 29th. They are doing a drive in concert a company called Concord drive-in nights are they've already done done one concert with they've already done one concert with a country would start. We got his name slipped my mind. They're doing this series where similar to a drive-in movie but it's a live concert Metallica TV show their concert this week with Three Days Grace, you know get all nice and pretty to be put up on the screen for you and a bunch of car load of friends to go at drive-ins all across the country and in Canada to go off. Check that out a few Metallica fan speaking of concerts and other event like things the summertime huge or festivals and musical concerts a bunch of opportunities to go see bands play outside. And obviously we can't do that. However concert venue in Newcastle England has had a first concert this past weekend and what is done if they made a nice little pods surrounded by fence and you can it's you and your family members can buy it buy tickets for.
"metallica" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Metallica, Making some entertainment news this morning in a very good way, donated $1.5 million to community colleges. They picked 15 community colleges. They're going to hand out money to them. You know, Cristina, this is not the first time that they've done this. They have a history of donating to charity and two colleges. They have supported programs at community colleges. It's called all within my hands and up to 90%. Of people who received money, graduated and got a job. Oh, wow. Isn't that great? That is the that is a good use. I had Indian Metallica was doing that. That's wonderful. Going five million to community colleges. Okay, let's get outside and check traffic. Brian Noble, standing by with more with this record is wrong about broadcast The Piketon massacre. You got a problem? Westbound I 80 out across the causeway little bit before child's rodent accident. Then, as a vehicle overturned, the right lane is blocked. Offered intrudes on the scene. Traffic is backed up all the way to West Capitol and very quickly getting worse. If you're a supercomputer headed out to the Bay Area via south on I 5 to 5 and 5 80 coming out of Tracy. It slows down little slower than normal due to an accident. A little further up the road, a grant line on 5 80 looks like they've gotten that moved down the roadway, however, the front and the back of his breaking up once you get past Brandt line road, things ease up, But things are breaking up. You're going to find some mild slowing until it's near the top, the ultimate past. The new podcast. The Piketon Massacre explores the largest mass murder in Ohio's history and how the crime is divided. Once close knit town where it occurred four years ago. I find out Maurie listen to the Piketon massacre on the I Heart radio app or wherever you got your podcasts, traffic on the 10 every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons used 93.1 kfbk. Here's a quick forecast, and it is sizzling hot, sunny and hot. Today I near 102 in the Valley tomorrow sunny and hot. Oh, hi..
Metallica concert to air at drive-in theaters, band announces
"Concert from your car. At numerous drive in movie theaters around Indiana, Saturday, August 29 Tickets go on sale this Friday at noon on Ticketmaster's website. It will cost $115 per vehicle. The concert will be shown at 10 drive in theaters around the state, including the tips driving an Indy center Brooke Theater in Martinsville and Moonlight driving in Terror votes,
Metallica Hits the Stage for First Show of 2020, at the Drive-In
"Returning to the stage for the first time since September of Twenty nineteen, it's an all new exclusive concert. The will. Air August. Twenty ninth one night only at several drive in theaters in our area tickets will go on sale this Friday. August fourteenth ticketmaster dot. COM At noon. METALLICA. The first band to be featured in the encore drive in night series of concerts filmed exclusively for drive in theaters, bands, GonNa play a full set of their classics and have some surprises as well. So this is going to go down as a pretty unique and memorable metallica. Every ticket purchased admits one carload of up to six people and will include four digital downloads of METALLICA's M. to. That's the long awaited album documenting the two historic concerts. They reunited the band and The San Francisco symphony with for the first time in twenty years sm to set to be released August twenty eight.
Doing something with no expectation of return.
"On this episode. I WanNa talk about doing something with no expectation of return. There's been a lot going on recently in. The impact of the corona virus has been felt by everyone as it stands today. Many people are working from home in. Some cities are in a total lockdown with only essential travel being allowed. It's tough for everyone to find normalcy and anxiety. Uncertainty are off the charts. Right now it can be difficult to find the good in times like these. But I'll tell you what I didn't have to look that far. I saw a quote the other day that I appreciated in close friend of mine texted me and ask for help immediately. I thought of that quote. If you haven't heard or seen my most recent Lincoln post all read it now. It says there was something else. My Mother did that. I've always remembered. Always look for the helpers. Tell me there's always someone who is trying to help. I did and I came to see. The world is full of doctors and nurses police and firemen volunteers neighbors and friends. Who are ready to jump in to help when things go wrong. This was a quote from the amazing. Mr Rogers. The text I received was from Daniel. Metallica my friend and a bespoke tailor in Jacksonville Florida. Daniel owns the Taylor shopping. Does everything from alterations to custom handmade sues. He's had to close his shop. Due to social distancing and for the health of his family but Daniel didn't just go home and wait. Daniel heard that there was a shortage of face masks and that people can make them using tightly woven cotton well. Daniel has a shop full of the world's best fabrics and the world's best suppliers. So what did he do? He started making masks and after a few days he's made a few thousand and was texting me to ask for help about spreading the word if any suppliers or fabric manufacturers were willing to donate fabric. He would be willing to make masks for free for his community with no expectation of return. Let's find a way to be more like Daniel during this pandemic
The Big Three Record Labels are Now Stronger Than Ever
"And listening to your favorite music right after you listed this episode. Of course today. It's all about the music business. That is remember not too long ago when it was commonplace to complain that the Internet was killing the music business. Turns out those complaints. Were wrong really wrong. American streamed one and a half trillion songs last year. The Wall Street Journal reports. We can't get enough of post Malone Billy eyelash Taylor swift apparently and are voracious. Appetites are paying off the companies that own. The huge music libraries were listening to Universal Warner and Sony. The so called big. Three record labels are making an average of one million dollars every hour from our listening habits. That's according to an industry. Publication called music business worldwide. Which did the math F you're asking hold on? Did I hear you right? Yes you did? Every hour the three biggest music companies are earning a million dollars largely due to fees. They receive when you an ice cream songs. Streaming made up about eighty percent of all revenue earned from recorded music last year. That's nine billion dollars by the way and also including things like downloads vinyl records and it's not these sales that are all that unusual no sales of recorded music have been expanding for four straight years. The Wall Street Journal reports. That's about the time that subscriptions spotify other streamers started growing rapidly so much for predictions of the industry's passing however. Don't talk to a musician about any of this stuff. You may get a completely different story. Let's get back to the record. Label shall we universal the top dog in its brethren can thank spotify apple and Amazon for growing their subscriber basis more than a million people paid for new subscriptions to a streaming service last year? Universal Warner and Sony provide their catalogs to streaming services and take a cut of all those subscription fees now the growth in the hot steamy streaming market is slowing somewhat. But it's still robust so robust in fact that Goldman Sachs predicts the market will be worth forty five billion in twenty thirty. That's more than double. Its value today with streaming subscriptions growing year over year. You know the big three music labels are singing some very happy tunes so happy in fact they both. Warner and universal are contemplating going Public Warner the smallest of the big three filed papers with the SEC on February sixth although now it says it will delay its IPO because of what else the corona virus according to Reuter's Among Warner's artists are Liz. Oh Neil Young Madonna and METALLICA. According to The Wall Street Journal
Noem prepares to again introduce 'riot-boosting' legislation, Wyoming high school basketball teams remember NBA legend Kobe Bryant
"With national native news are Hughes Infra Antonio Gonzales South Dakota Governor Christie gnome is resurrecting legislation designed to squelch pipeline protests and collect money from from protests supporters. The governor's new version of the laws designed to fix legislation passed last year. That was declared unconstitutional. Victoria wicks has this report. One of the bills introduced last. Last year was dubbed the riot boosting law and it was designed to stifle protests like the one in two thousand sixteen that drew thousands of people standing rock to oppose the Dakota access says pipeline South Dakota's proposed riot boosting law made various protests related activities punishable under both criminal and civil law as a result activists activists and environmental organisations were threatened with prison fines and settlements if they donated money or other support to a protest that turned violent. The governor vendor rushed the riot boosting legislation in anticipation of two thousand nineteen construction season for the keystone. Xl pipeline criticism of the legislation was also swift gift with environmentalists and tribes angry. That they were left out of a planning process that had started months earlier and included Transcanada at the table. The bill was passed into law. But it met a quick and when federal judge found major portions unconstitutional in his injunction judge Lawrence Pearsall applied constructive criticism line-by-line he examined the law for violations of First Amendment Rights to free speech and assembly. Anti pointed out how it could be fixed now. The legislation flation has been reconstructed and resurrected as it turned out. Last year's rushed to enactment was unwarranted. Transcanada missed the two thousand nineteen construction season season because of ongoing lawsuits in Montana. This year the company has announced it intends to start preconstruction activities in February but the impasse in Montana. Federal Federal Court still has not been resolved for National Native News. I'm Victoria wickson rapid city South Dakota state champion Wyoming Indian high schools team colors are red white and blue but there was a lot of purple and gold on the court at this week's basketball practice in honor of late. NBA Legend Kobe. Bryant Wyoming Public Radio's Savannah Maher or has this audio post card. I was just at home watching. TV just the regular Sunday evening. I see on the news and I can't really imagine it on on facebook facebook. Everybody's talking about it at another like I was like all these guys are just joking. I overheard it from my grandma and my own cousin who came over to tell my grandmom all Danke really he died. I kinda start. Tearing Up Chris Practice started pretty quiet this morning. Usually the guys are upbeat. And we're ready to go and it was KINDA SAMBA. Real quiet quiet. Kobe passing ways really hurts a lot of heart because we watched him growing up and ruined a lot of our moves from him. We had an unbelievable work ethic. He was hustler his mob mentality. No everybody pretty much. Let's talk about his mom. And METALLICA. Has Effect on me like everything put in basketball at school like work watching coby on TV was like I think it was really inspiring. That's probably why I'm out for ball now because all these great players especially coby got me out on the court talk but micro growing up. Kobe was blake a really big role model. Not only for me but like for my family. I also grow in a big basketball family so I started pretty young to basketball's room important in Indian country. I mean all our babies are planned tiny ties to and They all look too good players. That piece was produced by Wyoming public. Radio's Savannah Mar with National Native News. I'm Art Hughes
What it Means to Be Creative with Vanessa Dewey
"Vanessa is as a community builder marketing professional and currently works at Adobe as the senior project marketing manager. That's a mouthful yes it is. Hopefully this is not actually. I just left on Friday. So it's all new. Okay so my guess my first question it was gonNA be anyways sort of if you WANNA talk to us a little bit about what you're doing. Now what your journey has been up to this point and what you're going to be doing. I guess now in the future shirt. We'll definitely I apologize about that brand new. Everything's happened so quick. No not necessarily I looked at today just to make sure everything was updated. But we don't don't always update linked in with our life right. Yeah especially when things just happened. I'm a little slow to that right now. Yeah no worries I guest. I'll just say overall my career path is definitely not linear. I'm definitely not tick the box type of creative My background is in graphic design for about eight years years. I was in house designed for Mattel branding and packaging orca across multiple verticals of the play patterns of toys And then I serve at a certain time of my career halfway through at during that venture at Mattel I decided to served take something else because I realized there is no outside. Craig is coming inspire a creative community of four hundred to six hundred plus creatives in Los is Angeles so I took on while having a full production schedule realize I need to take on and create the speaker series grassroots and over the course of five years built up from from quarterly to buy weekly bringing design. Thought leaders like Brian Collins. To wwl moment I Leela Nash. Meyer wow what a great idea it was it. It was in theory but that's was in essence in two thousand thirteen. When I started doing that it start planted the seeds because at the same time to I had a thought? What would you next my career so for me? I want is see and found other opportunities to infuse leadership and other types types of opportunities to help elevate and evolve myself as a creative and as a leader so the speaker series is also you know as you mentioned. Aig I got involved. volved in the Los Angeles chapter quite a bit and over the years that served helped me in an in a way to supplement where I was looking for that I was in say per se getting as IC Mattel not to say that. The community wasn't amazing but still like that extra in two thousand sixteen. I think this is just a year or so before I bet you my life I hit my. What's next month in my career? I was no longer inspired and just I could do packing branding. But it just wasn't singing to me in my God and then at the same time I decided to leave. My husband divorced him so so there's so much and what I ended up doing was professionally. I was able to take a role and evolve it and creates a so. I guess that's experiential educational and inspirational called the hub ultimately that's supported by four hundred six hundred plus Craybas at the headquarters of Matale. So I continue my speaker series and added onto that by Craig. An Internal Speaker series support at highlight creatives leaders in our community. At mattel a podcasts. Help my L. A. D. My led with crave career path and as a side note this role actually dead. The COO transitioned into H.. Ourselves and learning development so I go home ready packaging to hr so that lasted for almost two years. And I quit when I went into that role I went to a w maximum San Diego and one of my friends is one of the community managers for the creative jams community on team and I went up to see if there was any inside of eighteen was coming enterprise side so as it as it turned out they were working towards that end in summer of two thousand seventeen. I was part of the pilot for Adobe Craig Gems Enterprise Foul. KABC's what okay. So crazy is who don't know okay crave GM's as core. It's part is a to park. They have experienced part inspiration apart hands on Their community and there's also enterprise now but basically basically the format is you have teams of craters two to four depending varies but having teams creatives have asserted brief learn a certain tool from adobe. CBS Adobe Dobie Stockton W rush and then have an our tasks over three hours to address the brief while leverage these these tools rules you then also bring in thought leaders such as local design leaders or even just creative leaders anybody to EXPARC inspiration depending on what you want the talk about and the theme and also the end you bring in all craters and having do presentations of their final deliverables also Two percent of the teams and there's usually prizes and also it's A. It's a nice experience. Yeah it's a hack actually creates a little more elmo fun and not just a hack no. It's just a lot of fun. I actually participated in a creative jam here in Albuquerque. Oh Yeah my team member and I actually won the the choice choice award or whatever the thing is but yeah. I just wanted to kind of explain what that is for the people that don't understand we haven't had one around here in a while so just options is to explain a little bit but so when it happened was coming into twenty twenty eighteen. This program was then adopted onto the Create a quote enterprise side the marketing so I was brought over to join the team. And that's where I ended up so what from branding. Packaging Design Zayn into more of a creative HR learning development role and then that translates very well into this Role within the enterprise side and had it was a great opportunity. What I did was each of basically what I was doing it Mattel's then able to translate across in essence to different customers? Key customer customer so over the course of the first year has A. I was lucky enough to be able to help. Establish that in Europe so I was working with customers curate atheist. BESPOKE EVENTS FOR BBC Vice Media Sky TV to to pet lebrons. I did some in North America to and then I came back to North America Because to focus more on this last year in particular last feels those focusing on North America helping out the team here see. We're kind of split living indeed. Yes correct for the first. While months to fourteen months I was splitting time. Actually between Los Angeles and London which was mental? And then and then then I started phased out of the Arab side but then I still at once. I moved to New York I was for workwise those in New York but still continued when I could because I could work remotely at times. I was in London when I over the course of over the course they are right built a really lovely and inspiring design network and tried of add. Some really dear friends over there so I just could've. That's where everything's to me so I would always go back there when I can. So that's amazing. So are you at liberty to kind of speak to. Oh what your next step is what you're up to right now before we go onto our topic for today sure. No I definitely can't so basically I had a moment of clarity clarity literally Thanksgiving Week. I was elected and I had all these different mope conversations with people and just something clicked and I'm just actually. She probably take a pause to the last three years. I've taken a pause between METALLICA Dobie. I took two days off a Saturday Sunday. which is not a weekend? So I'm just figuring house and delving into what I really WANNA do some side projects and then having conversations I haven't been able to have And a few other things too okay. So what sort of side projects if I can pry. I love people side project so for several years. People keep saying you need to write. You need a ride. So I'M GONNA be pitching some articles goals designed based on creative base but also to one of my passions besides building communities connecting people and is coffee as you probably And you post lovely lovely pictures of coffee a thank you so basically what I'm GonNa try to do is also create a dialogue Building community meaning but more or less talking about coffee also brought it broader crates. So I'm trying to figure out a way to pitch a formatted adage series. So if I'm in London I'll pick three craters or three people within even the food industry and go to their three favorite coffee or wine wine shops and talk about it and go from there some. I'm playing around with different types of not just doing creative or design industry focus writings but other also infusing so my other passions. Yeah that is really exciting. Thank you and then all of this. I'll be taking my pause in in London so I bought a one way so London and the man so We had a long layover. I I was in Europe In at the beginning of October and we had a really long layover in London So so we we had like a four hour chance to just kind of explore as quick as we could. It was the day of that crazy brexit thing on a Saturday. So loggers augurs and like subway places. Where like blocked off and stuff but I definitely want to visit again when it's probably less chaotic and when we have more time to the hang out there but it was it was really beautiful? It is there something unique about the design community and just the creative community as a whole and then also so to a city. It's Io's feels like little hamlets piece together so you have a high straight with just bustling but then you can go off a couple of blocks and you're quite canals and so it's a nice. It's a nice
The Devil's Chord: Satanism in Music
"A look into my eyes. You will see who are my name is Lucifer. Please take my hand. Those lyrics from a song called neighb- recorded by Black Sabbath in one thousand nine hundred seventy hi I'm FAO Hsun and today. We'll talk about satanism. In Popular American Music Wikipedia Satanism page states the following prior to the public practice satanism existed primarily as an accusation by various Christian groups toward perceived ideological opponents rather than a self identity religious studies scholars say that the very definition initiative the term has a history of being designation made by people against those whom they dislike. It is a term used for uttering and in the Bible Satan and the word was used as an ordinary noun. Meaning the adversary the terms satanism and Satanist I appear in English and French during the sixteenth century and Satanism didn't become an official religion until nineteen sixty six when the Church of Satan was established by Anton Levay besides being being a philosopher and occultist Levy was a musician who played multiple instruments including the Oregon in addition to his infamous satanic mass album. Other other albums would be released by levay in the nineties. This leveraging of music by the very person who established the Church of Satan made historical sense in context particularly Italy regarding art and entertainment where the concept of Satan has long been used as a symbol of expression. Many classical compositions were said to be vehicle for the the devil particularly due to the use of a specific combination of notes. A unique cord within music itself that was associated with evil. Known as the Devil's record the notes when played together has many other names including Diablo's in New Jersey. GotTa Latin for Devil and music or the devil's interval. The Tri tone the tree and the Flathead v basically. It's a combination of notes that when played together in accord become the musical equivalent of the Hebrew. GBD'S ABC's the court can be found in compositions from Beethoven and Wagner and even jazz composition such as the girl from EPA Nima and the Song Maria from West aside story fender dot com actually gives budding guitarists a tutorial on how to create the devils cord and it serves as a great description of what it is so our read it quote in simple terms tripod or yod is a fifth played. One Fret down to play of latiff with a G.. Power Cord place so your first finger on the third fred of the low e string. That's the root note or the G.. Now put your third finger to frets up on the fifth fret of with the a string. That's the fifth in this case the D. to complete the power cord placed your fourth finger next to your third finger on the next ring over the the destroying. That's the octave of the root note. Another G. strummed together. These three strings create a pleasant sounding. Chord G. D. G.. But but if you take your second finger and played a frat down as a D. Flatt instead of a d. it creates a flat. V when played after the I G or plucked slowly in a g root note G Octave d flat flat v Progression. It creates a dissonant or ugly tone especially with distortion and that that is the devils cord in their infancy. The genres of Blues and Jazz were routinely referred to as the Devil's music partially due to the innate rebellion within the sound and the lyrics themselves but also partially due to an institutionally dehumanized regard of black musicians and black people. In general neural. The devils cord first appeared in rock music when Jimi Hendrix used it in the opening of his classic Song Purple Haze it would later become a staple in the repertoire are black Sabbath. Who are cited as one of the pioneering bands of the heavy metal genre and it would be heavy metal that took the devils cord and ran like a bat out of hell? Oh with it with numerous metal bands. Such as Metallica slipknot and slayer who even named their nineteen ninety eight album. Diab Bula Sin Musica but it was black black Sabbath perhaps more than any other modern band that may the devils core part of American mainstream music the band which like every rock band at at the time was originally rooted in Blues. They first called themselves the Polka Tall Blues Band and then later they call themselves earth it was the latter name Earth Earth that presented a challenge as it was being used by another English group at the same time they were also inspired by nine hundred sixty three horror film called black Sabbath. That started the legendary Boris Karloff. They saw that a local horror movie. Theatre had a line of people waiting to buy tickets and intrigued by the appeal of this type of content. They went ahead head and wrote a song also titled Black Sabbath. The lyrics were based on a horror story and a nightmare. One of the members of the band had these horror movie lyrics combined with the foreboding introduced by the devils core helped the band create an unprecedented experience in music. According to Wikipedia the new sound was a a quote stark contrast to the popular music of the late nineteen sixties which was dominated by a flower power folk music and Hippie culture and an attempt at creating the musical equivalent of horror films and quote the commercial success of this new sound came despite being initially critically panned hand along with marketing stunts such as releasing titles on Friday the thirteen and recording music in dungeons it was clear. The dark side and music was connecting connecting with audiences it would be black Sabbath commercial embrace of the devils cord along with horror and demonic symbolism and themes that influenced every metal act that followed and laid the groundwork for every sub genre from the blackest and truly demonic to grunge to popular bands such as Nirvana van Halen soundgarden and Marilyn Manson
"metallica" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"When Metallica tried to do when doves cry lord okay discover all right let's try to recover file let's see if we can do one more men was try this one line nineteen ninety two on and on this going to be a tough one for me Whitney Houston started a twenty week run at number one on the US album chart with this album it's sold over forty four million copies worldwide okay it became the best selling six sounds rad sweet sweet album of all time I think this is gonna be this is gonna be the bodyguard had I not started the CDS and soundtrack there would you still be on the body guard yes because I didn't know that she was responsible for the whole sound track I didn't either but I was thinking ninety two okay wouldn't build it wouldn't be anything with like the greatest love of all because that came earlier and I'm like what happened in ninety two there was a movie probably right around then I really like the way I said movie your phone when you do that thank you bodyguard soundtrack final answer boom yeah that for me like Turner who did not make the cut today trivia about Ike Turner from two thousand seven goodness spoiler he died that year no it's the wanna talk about list is plenty of a around we're a very curious show by nature right yes there is a list of the most what is blank blank blank.
Metallica Scraps Rest of 2019 Tour as Lead Singer James Hetfield Enters Rehab
"Metallica says it's canceling its upcoming tour in Australia and New Zealand because front man James Hetfield has entered rehab the rest of the band posted a statement on Twitter Friday announcing the decision and apologizing to fans the statement says anyone who purchased tickets for the remaining show dates will receive automatic refunds it says Hatfield has struggled with addiction for years and has re entered a treatment program the statement didn't elaborate but the band's members said the appreciate fans understanding and support of the fifty six year old Metallica co
Metallica postpones tour while James Hetfield re-enters rehab
"Metallica is postponing upcoming international tour dates after frontman James Hetfield checked himself into rehab the heavy metal legends announced on Twitter that Hatfield has had problems with addiction on and off for many years and had returned a treatments to work on his recovery again the band says tickets purchased other toward shows in Australia and New Zealand will be fully
Metallica Scraps Rest of 2019 Tour as Lead Singer James Hetfield Enters Rehab
"Metallica says it's canceling its upcoming tour in Australia and New Zealand because front man James Hetfield has entered rehab the rest of the band posted a statement on Twitter Friday announcing the decision and apologizing to fans the statement says anyone who purchased tickets for the remaining show dates will receive automatic refunds it says Hatfield has struggled with addiction for years and has re entered a treatment program the statement didn't elaborate but the band's members said the appreciate fans understanding and support of the fifty six year old Metallica co
"metallica" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Base. On my mother's side. We had distant cousins who were actually very successful entertainers in Mexico. I took a trip down there. And I was amazed to see how many musicians were on that side of the family, you know, ranchera musicians on all these crazy cool instruments, and it was always sort of a celebration. So when you were in suicidal tendencies, did you guys think of yourself as Latino band? You know, I did we felt like we were a faction we were family, and we were multicultural and we're diverse in a time when it was not accepted. You know, a lot of punk bands didn't want this multi-racial thing to happen. I remember being in Milwaukee and playing a gig there in one thousand nine hundred nine it's my first tour with suicidal tendencies, and we're like sort of stuck on the bus because it was a gang of skinheads waiting to to beat on us. Yeah. It was kinda crazy. They didn't do anything. I mean, it didn't come down to that. So tell me about additionally for Metallica. What was that? Like, we'll let me go back a little bit in nineteen Ninety-three suicidal tendencies was blessed with the opportunity to actually tour with Metallica and we opened for Metallica for about a year. R? Remember watching these guys every night going? Wow. Isn't bigger than this ten years later. I get a call for the biggest audition in my life. It was a two day audition. First day, I was just like this fly on the wall. And then at eleven at night I haven't played yet. I'm just hanging out with Metallica and guys would go. Let's go get a drink. I'm like, okay. So we went to a couple of bars about five of them. And then I think I went to bed at five, and I'm talking about, you know, this was a hard liquor experience. And we're all sitting at this table. And I have the worst headache of my life. I'm ready to throw in the talent to tell everybody. I'm sick. I can't I can't be right now. But I didn't I wanted a bathroom through water on my face. And I said hang in there hanging.
Did the Wizard of Oz inspire everything that came after it?
"Not so much the way bomb put it together. Right. So I don't think it's it's so much the story that brings that up. Maybe certain cases, you know, obviously. Well, we'll have some pieces, and that was a piece honestly if we're already getting into. The first one. Well, that wouldn't have been my first piece. But definitely it's a piece where I feel like. This movie influence, so many other movies in its trope bean is like an in the fact that there's just so many like cliches one being let's see what I found. Oh, yeah. The part with a fight guards off camera. And then two seconds later. They appear wearing their. That. Okay. So that right there feel like that right there. I was laughing so hard on my mom kept looking at me because I was giggling and she's like. It's not that bad. And I'm like, what are you talking about a buck and love this? Right. That loving every moment of it every single time. I would giggle. I couldn't help it. And and that was one of them are like, oh my God. I believe and it was pulled off. So well, it's probably the best one ever. Right. And and it's great that you see that happen. So often in film, probably see that happen like sixty times. Yeah. Every every. Bunch of movies. Yeah. It's filled with those sorts of things. Uniforms into pull it right at the tail of that line right guards. Time. So yeah, any any I would say that my first puzzle pieces or sorry. What are we call them? The breaking apart pieces. We're we're still calling them puzzle. We're still trying to figure out how to specifically. Theme. These breaking it apart episodes. So then one of the pieces would definitely be how how the way it was edited. And just the way it was filmed it has influenced other films. They borrow from the style of it. And in. It's tro penis. So so it's like not specifically movie, but like tropes in themselves. Like, there's just so many of them, and there weren't tropes. Yeah. They weren't these cliche. They weren't when they made them exactly when the wizard of Oz came out is probably groundbreaking and all those areas, right? And now we've seen so many movies where they're like, oh, that's part. And you know, they're even like Rippin straight from it Oma, even where there's the Simpsons episode where the guards are doing the Ohio. Yeah. The the the witches guards, which I don't remember them wearing like show gun outfits. What would you say there are is that it's definitely of Asian? Yeah. Influence, right. Maybe japanese. You know what I'm talking about? Anyway, they're doing the Ohio saw. Oh, we and she's I mean Metallica Italian play that one of their one of their good songs. Take take them away to never never land. Is you know, that's taking it is.
"metallica" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Up aren't. The song has one of the Hong. On the weekend. I it's not it's not what the crescendo on. This is just. This is a Bill that builds up forever and ever never. I remember when I first heard this song of the blackout, Mike. Where's this going song going, by the way, this leads to the speaking to get? Yes. This is got to be one of the number one. Saw. That's such a great call. Yeah. Last night. We were talking about the songs that get you. Speeding tickets, heavy footed, sometimes listen to music Metallica. Enter sandman. Absolutely. Although this one coincides with a player more than anyone. Mower. Running out for the Yankees. Really good song. You ever been to a Metallica? Marianna Rivera, and no I have not he hasn't. Oh, yeah. He's a very religious is he? That about for him. Have you been no Metallica concert? We'll see only have you been self. I mean. Never. I have never not. I have. No never seen him talk. Have you seen any metal band? Yeah. I'm sure I have. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Obviously it was very packed one. Jail. Go to a lot of concert. Just in general. The people the people can get into times, man. I like people. I know you. Yeah. I have no idea. Why I don't know. Chili peppers for sure I know, this is just type type, I don't know. I'm not I'm not gonna say I'm a big concert goer concert goer rank obeys taking over as totally. He's taking over the ship at ten o'clock. They'll go all the way to one it's.
The Scene at Sundance Film Festival 2019
"One of Utah's most famous events the Sundance film festival kicked off yesterday. James Nelson rights runs broadcast based in Salt Lake City joins me now to tell us more of this year's edition of this event, one of the largest and most famous independent film festivals in the world. Welcome to the program. So James, could you I still about the selection of films in offer this year will thank you Marcus great to be with you across the ocean. There I'll tell you what fourteen thousand two hundred and fifty nine films were submitted. That's an all time record. And it shows you how much Sundance is growing over the many years decades related it's been in existence, but the number of films that finally make it to the screen for the people to come and see and for the Hollywood folks to take a. A close look at is only one hundred sixteen. So the odds are not good that you'll make it into Sundance. But Marcus if you do oh my goodness. Sundance is a heck of a trampoline or springboard to get out there in the world and make some noise exactly what I'm wondering. I'm wondering what the films that are making noise this year. What's going to be the biggest to discussion topics? What feels like going to be creating most of us. Well, you know, one that has ties to Utah believe it or not is a story about a serial killer Ted Bundy from decades ago that film, you know, has got a lot of people talking. And by the way, a little side note on the movie, it's called extremely wicked shockingly evil and vile. That's the story about Ted Bundy a side note is one of the Metallica performers is got a cameo appearance. He plays a Utah highway patrolman, but that story has got a lot of early hype and buzz because it was such a horrific event. And yet that story still haunts Utah, Colorado and Florida Florida being where Ted Bundy was finally executed in the electric chair electric chair some years ago, Marcus this you'll feel them recommendations, by the way. I'll tell you. What sonia? The white swan would be a recommendation that I would make this. This is a true life story directed by an so it sqi it chronicles Sonja Henie one of the world's greatest athletes. She won three gold medals ten world championships. And she was by the way, the inventor of figure skating as we know the beautiful sport today. She goes to Hollywood, this is sort of the film that script becomes very rich. She becomes even more famous. But then like a skater slipping on ice, she falls in that movie has a cold is the ending. However, it might be Sonia's. The white swan it might be her best performance. So that's a mystery another one I wanna tell you about. Very the last tree is a film about a British boy of Nigerian heritage raised in Lincolnshire. I don't know if I pronounced that correctly markets, particularly thank you. He's got a lovely life. In a pretty darn good neighborhood with foster parents things are going along quite well. But then the real mom shows up, and she grabs it takes her home to a flat much different neighborhood much different field for this youngster in with all of those big differences. The boys lost he struggles and distances himself from both mothers, just so he can go out into the world and try and find
"metallica" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"It's an internal perfect go on for like, forty minutes. Feels like it. Sometimes it's kind like, eight minutes. Nine minutes of just beautiful. Metal harmony and just it's a beautiful song. What what albums it's on the metro puppets out. Nice of the check that out. Number six. Make his fight on the hill in the early day constant chill deep inside. Oh. He's make his fight on the hill in the early day constant chill deep inside. Acid chill defense. I like seeing it in my head. Tells for whom the bell tolls. That's right, number six number seven taste me. You will see more is all you need dedicated to how I'm killing you. Faster puppets. You mentioned earlier the album the song great song great album. I had the album on cassette tape. I bought it at a Chicago land store called venture. Remember venture. Logo black and white vertical striped logo. Yeah. It was like a K mart. But Messier it was like people just walked in. In the words, like this is a garage sale, and there's pushover shelves and Graham stuff and my grandma died, and I was really close with her. It was ninety five and I was the youngest grandkid, and she spent the most time with me, and my mom, she was like, oh, Ryan Santa. I gotta take them to buy him something. So she took me to venture. And she's like pick out something you want and my older brothers hit said, you should get a Metallica tape. And I was like, okay. I didn't even know who they were. And I just wanted to be cool, and my mom bought me, the master puppet state, and I loved it ever since. That's awesome. Nice exposure to Metallica such a young age. You said maybe five ten. Yeah. The like ventures. I don't know if the ventures in Chicago had this because I grew up in northwest, Indiana. Did you know that ventures at least ours Hetty have barber like a salon in there or something paints her stand a grammar like Mike grandma, use actually go. There used to go with her to venture. So she must get her hair on me and my grandpa walk around the store. I hang out with her. And they're like me and my grandma when I was young that's cool, man. Each store had their own thing back, then there was a store called zehr's zehr's. I don't remember zehr's the name they were it was like bright orange. I wanna say a red, and they had a Dunkin donuts inside all the zehr's. So I always remember being like, oh, that's the story can get a Donut. If I go with my mom, you know, here's number eight wish I may wish I might have this wish tonight are you satisfied? You nothing. It is king nothing from load. Right. Is that the album load? Warren was unpressured slow load and reload. I kinda confused the facts. Yeah. That would have been the probably the next album. I bought you know, if I got into them and ninety five and ninety six that came out probably bought that on CD. Yeah. It's weird. Because like that that whole era is like right around that time. I guess right me. You started listening to him too. It's like mine. Right in that era. It's like Metallica sold out. People are getting away from that. And behind the music hedges came out from his alma. If you remember watching behind. Oh, yeah. Definitely. And a always thinking about that era Metallica like in the late nineties going to two thousands on they performed like the San Francisco symphony San Francisco symphony and everyone was like give them hell about it. And it was called as like Jason new set with selling the ban the bass player, and they're like, yeah. You guys sold out. He looks at was. Yeah. We sell out rissole out every seat in the house every night that we play him. Go down. Yeah. I saw they did something a couple of years ago at the Muppets. And I was like, ooh, this is this is probably the ultimate like combined Metallica and the Muppets Sesame Street or. I think I think it was on Saturday Night Live or no on Jimmy Fallon's show. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I don't that the term sell out to me doesn't really ever matter. But it's it's funny and people get really mad about that. Get mad about success. And again, I mean people change people do stuff and just because it's not what you like whatever it is..
Indonesia a haven for heavy metal
"A pretty tantalizing reckon there for story that Chevron will eventually emerge from the jungle to fall for the IB say that out the family, she found they will have a great story to tell. We'll be hearing that some time down the track. Guess you'd have to say. For all the abbey's as foreign correspondents. That job can take them too strange and unfamiliar worlds, and a touch of culture shock can be a common affliction. But sometimes their assignments too far like hell's can bring them reminders of their own origins. Let's see now from Indonesia correspondent, David Lipson who found himself getting his head bang on in Jakarta, recently, LIPA, Don, these black shirt and ripped jeans to attend the recent guns N roses concert in Jakarta in his search for Indonesia's heavy middle. My him. My wife spotted the tickets in the Jakarta Facebook group guns and roses, reunited, most of them anyway and playing in Indonesia's capital. Just a stone's throw away from the mall known as Sonoran city with the grass is paved in the air is greedy. I was in. I'd seen them in nine hundred ninety three at Eastern Creek in Sydney's, western suburbs, aged fourteen gun is infamy end decadence was at its peak just before they imploded in disappeared for a few decades concert was described by the media at the time is the biggest gig Australia had ever seen. It'll be remembered as a day of heavy metal mayhem the estrange. Impress were obsessed with the band's reputation for causing trouble. If they press conference even Norman Gunston got into yet. Gunston roses. A few decades later presumably with a Bank balances depleted nave reformed axl slash Duff. Dizzy back on tour and willing to sweat it out on stage in Jakarta's swampy heat. He'd make HAMAs a surprise to hear, but Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation, which is facing a rash of religious. Conservatism is something of a haven. The heavy metal groups of black clad longhaired, locals can be seen huddled around their phones in parks all over the capital. And as a nation Indonesia is prolific when it comes to producing noise that I'm told is pretty well respected on the middle. Saint. This is all female all Muslim band. Betcha approach which this year gained worldwide attention for the unconventional attire headlines. Like hid bangers in jobs. Pleasant. Little Diddy is by band called Berga kill from bundle. I've previously played heaving crowds at the big day out and sound way concerts in Astrid, just wrapped up another successful European tour with Philo minstrels dead scored on this night, though in Jakarta, g NF and IRS was the name up in lights and among the crowd. None other than Indonesia's President Joko Widodo described as the world's first metal head of state. He regularly slashes universal sign for rocking out with index and pinky fingers. Extended like devil horns is record collection. Includes the likes of megadeath ni- palm diff- lamb of God godless symptoms and slayer is love of Metallica is legendary and is even go to into hot water twice in two thousand thirteen metallica's Robert Trujillo gave him a signed bass guitar leading to allegations. It was a bribe. That Qatar now sits proudly in the foyer of Indonesia's corruption radicalization commission, then this year, the rock and roll president was back in the press after you folks out more than a thousand dollars to ensure a signed limited edition, sit of metallica's master of puppets album, didn't go the same way as the guitar. It was a gift from Denmark's, prime minister and Under Indonesia's anti corruption laws couldn't be accepted without a price. I knew the president's attendance of the stadium was sure to cause even more traffic havoc than usual as his motorcade would shut down all the roads near the stadium. So it set aside a modest two and a half hours to get to a nearby restaurant. Grab a quick burger with some friends and walk over to the stadium. I'd massively underestimated Jakarta's infamous much it or traffic jams. When the taxi finally arrived to pick me up. It took two hours to travel the three point seven kilometres. Why didn't you get out and walk? He you ask well idea. Eventually with no footpath had to weave between cars and motorbikes on the motorway in a slow motion race to get their time walking down the middle of the road. Twelve lane road. I think I'm chugging along when the traffic guys bit faster. And then going back to a walk when when things. Resume that crawls after twenty minutes of inhaling exhaust, fumes miraculously bumped into my friends who had the tickets, and we made our way across the overpass above an ocean of red brake lights honking homes eventually into the stadium sitting down just in time to be welcomed to the jungle. So who's written about LA yearly eighties? But it could just as easily be Jakarta 2018. The gig lasted a full three hours. They played all the hits sweat poured off lead guitarists slashes forearms as he shredded the solos. I have looked more dead than alive a bit like he'd been drawn with a lift hand. He's still got it lead singer axl rose still has something he couldn't quite hit the high notes like he wants could. But he still screeched like a banshee even found on a few occasions. I lost control of my top lip is it curled up into a gun as style. Head. Banging smile. I looked around. I realized like those on stage, and like me the gun is crowded gained a few years and a few kilograms since the early ninety s may have been twenty years between concerts, one thing guns and roses fans have always head. He's a little patience. Indonesia correspondent David Lipson reporting there with help from exile slash Duff. And dizzy, and maybe just a touch of an egg Qatar Sola this somewhere along the way as well.