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Headbanging!!!

Headbanging!!!

As a young man I was a devoted heavy metal fan and of course a head banger. I often wondered if this activity contributed to my later development of a brain tumour. I still love metal but no longer bang my head like a maniac :) I found this article about a fan who was left with a blood clot on his brain after a Motorhead concert and thought others would find it interesting: loudwire.com/motorhead-fan-...

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I'll get my son to read it, he loves the heavy metal music etc, he's off to the Bloodstock festival in August

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I grew up in the 70s.

I know about head banging.

Don't forget the painful neck!

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& BACK SO STIFF YOU CAN'T MOVE THE NEXT DAY!

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Yup :-o

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WOW YOU CAN READ MY MIND. I'VE JUST BEEN WATCHING DOWNLOAD ON THE TELLY. NOTHING LIKE RIP YOUR FACE OFF METAL ON A SUNDAY MORNING!

THIS YEAR IS THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF MY FIRST DONINGTON, AEROSMITH HEADLINED THAT DAY & LO & BEHOLD THEY WERE HEADLINING THIS YEAR. THE MORE THINGS CHANGE THE MORE THEY STAY THE SAME EH. TO BARON C, SORRY I DIDN'T RECOGNISE STEVEN TYLER, IT IS 18 YRS SINCE I LAST SAW THEM..

I HAVE ALL MY TICKETS FRAMED ON THE WALL,GOD I SAW SOME STUFF.

IF I COULD STILL HEADBANG I WOULD HAVE BEEN BOUNCING ROUND THE LOUNGE. I DO WONDER TOO WHETHER MY HEADBANGING DAYS STARTED THE CHAIN OF EVENTS THAT LED TO THE HAEMORRHAGE. I DID GO FOR IT A BIT. WHO KNOWS. IF IT DID AT LEAST I WAS DOING SOMETHING I LOVE WHEN IT EXPLODED. IT'S SO HARD TO KEEP YOUR HEAD STILL SO I DO IT WITH MY FEET NOW !

I SAW MOTORHEAD AT A FESTIVAL IN GUILDFORD OF ALL PLACES & SAW LEMMY AT GATWICK AIRPORT. HE'S ALOT SMALLER THAN YOU THINK!

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You're forgiven :)

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TOO KIND!

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I try my best :D

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Edwards No8 renamed and opening again in Birmingham. THE rock club of the era

birminghammail.co.uk/whats-...

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Metallica at Download B-)

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1995??? 1ST OF MANY TIMES I SAW THEM.

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NOT 1995, I WAS THINKING ABOUT DONINGTON,WHAT A TWIT.

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ANY ONE REMEMBER THE ASTORIA IN LONDON? BRILLIANT GIGS, EVEN MORE BRILLIANT FRIDAY NIGHT ROCK CLUB TIL 4AM. I WAS DEVASTED WHEN IT CLOSED.

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You must have been a party animal ZEB??

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IF IT ENVOLVED HEAVY MUSIC I WAS. I WAS YOUNGISH THEN (30s)

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My partner was a Donnington addict for years. Monsters of Rock.

She introduced me to the Rock and Blues, which is also a bike fest.

It's cool at the R&B. Timeless!!!

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THA'S WHAT I LOVED ABOUT GIGS & FESTIVALS, NOTHING ELSE MATTERS (HA HA) FOR THOSE HOURS OR DAYS, EVERYONE'S THERE SHARING WHAT YOU LOVE WITHOUT FEAR OR JUDGMENT OR CRITICISM. I REALLY MISS THAT.

I HAD A FEW BIKER FRIENDS BUT ONLY FLIRTED WITH BIKE EVENTS, WAS FUN THOUGH.

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Bikes, Bikers, Rock and festivals.

A way of life and it's dammed good!!!

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HERE HERE.

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My partner had kept all of her concert tickets like you.

No photographs, didn't need them when she was having a blast! To the max :-)

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Confession time.

I was a bike rally "virgin" until 2005 when my partner took me to the Rock and Blues. I couldn't see straight with pain and still on two elbow crutches. When we arrived on the Friday afternoon and staggered down to the arena, we sat on a grassy bank above a dip where all the dazzling show wining chops and trikes were coming away from the awards ceremony. It was baking hot heat and my broken body was soaking it up. Sat around us were guys with back patches from all over the world. Everyone just chilling

The sound of a Hendrix track was drifting across from the stage on a breeze.

It was heaven. I felt at home.

Could have been any era, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s. It didn't matter.

Because right there and then, time stood still and nothing in the world mattered.

Perfect.

Part of me is there right now, forever marked in time.

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It's great to see so many rock fans on here reminiscing. I have been to too few gigs since my op but can confirm I had a great time without headbanging!! ;)

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We went to see Nickelback at the NEC arena a couple of years ago.

Did a lot of sitting! Lol

I think we stood up once. :-)

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I still manage to stand through a whole show ;)

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With pain or easily?

I'd be minging with pain after 5 minutes standing.

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ZEB, this one's for you.

A cultural photography site of that whole era. You will love this.

The Selvedge Yard.

selvedgeyard.com/

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I'VE JUST NOTICED THAT THE THEME TUNE FOR THE BRITISH F1 GRAND PRIX HIGHLIGHTS IS BLACK SABBATH. FUNNY HOW, WHEN 90% PEOPLE CLAIM METAL IS THE DEVIL.S SOUND, IT SUDDENLY BECOMES COOL WHEN THERE'S ANYTHING TO DO WITH FAST CARS, FAST BIKES & ANYTHING ELSE THAT GOES FAST .....

I LOVE FAST CARS & METAL SO I'M IN NIRVANA (AGAIN NO PUN INTEDED THAT CAME OUT SUBCONSCIOUSLY)

I HATE IT WHEN PEOPLE SAY WOMEN AREN'T SUPPOSED TO LIKE "THAT SORT OF THING" WHY?????????

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I've been thrown around the car in the passenger seat while my little lady drove a new XKR Jaguar around the Alpine circuit at Millbrook.

She is not shy on the gas !!!!!

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YOU LUCKY SO & SO. I'D LOVE TO DO THAT IN A MCLAREN MP4 12C.

WE'RE NOT THAT FAR FROM BRANDS HATCH SO MAYBE MY OTHER HALF (WHO'S ALWAYS BEEN A COMPLETE PETROL HEAD) COULD ORGANISE IT AS A VERY EARLY BIRTHDAY PRESSIE. B'DAY IS IN DECEMBER BUT WEATHER'S RUBBISH THEN.

HERE'S HOPING.

OOOH FAST CARS & HEAVY MUSIC,LOVE IT.

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Just gave my son his 18th Birthday present two weeks ago.

He doesn't know the full details yet but we have got him a days track time with 3 laps in each of four very special supercars at the Pro-Drive test track in Warwickshire. First of all in a Ferrari, then a Lambo Murcielago, then a new Audi R8 and finally the brand new Nissan GTR !

Then when he thinks its all over he's got a further 3 laps in one of those cars FLAT OUT with a pro race driver in the driving seat.

He will love it !!

We live near Silverstone and Santa Pod, oh and Mallory and Donnington ;) Lol lol

Sorry to tease !

Been to Brands a few times and its a great track.

Cadwell is my favourite though.

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NO WAY!!!!! MURCIELAGO????? AUDI R8???? FERRARI (HOPEFULLY NOT AN F1 VERSION AFTER THE BRITISH GRAND PRIX)??? I COULD THROW A JEALOUS FIT RIGHT HERE & NOW!!

ADD IN AN MP4 12C, A KOENIGSEGG AGERA & THE TOYOTA HYBRID LE MANS CAR & I'D COMBUST!

WHAT A WONDERFUL PRESENT & WHAT A LUCKY BOY.

PLEASE DON'T TELLME YOU WENT TO THE GRAND PRIX AS ARE NEAR SILVERSTONE??

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Thats a good choice of cars!! The new Mclaren P1 has blown me away, love that car.

Perhaps the Pagini Zonda S should be on the list too?

No way ZEB, can't do Silverstone with the ridiculous prices.

Can't wait to see my sons face!!! He passed his car test late last year.

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THE P1 IS BEAUTIFUL. I AM SICK THAT I COULDN'T GET TO THE GOODWOOD FESTIVAL OF SPEED, THEY HAD A P1, 2 AGERAS & THE AUDI HYBRID THAT WON LE MANS DOING THE HILL CLIMB.

I CAN JUST HEAR YOUR SON PLEADING FOR 'SOMETHING SPORTY' FOR XMAS...

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The P1 is sick B-)

My son might get the new PS1 if he's lucky lol

Goodwood is legend, too far for me.

Got a special days racing on my birthday soon.

It is a grand prix. But not one you would know ;-)

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I was given a TVR Cerbera V8 lightweight sport by a Silverstone TVR dealer to play with for a day.

190mph top speed and 0 to 60 in 3 seconds. Almost Hayabusa speed, but not quite.

Mind blowing speed and direct stearing ie: No free play in the stearing wheel.

A 200mph go-kart.

Had a play in a few fast cars and I've had a few tasty and rapid BMWs before my world fell apart.

But nothing is forever.

My body and head couldnt take it now.

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WHAT A TOY TO BE GIVEN TO PLAY WITH. DID YOU ACTUALLY DRIVE THE SILVERSTONE CIRCUIT?

HOW I WISH I COULD STILL DRIVE. HOWEVER I DON'T THINK I'D EVER HAVE BEED GOOD ENOUGH TO DRIVE A CAR LIKE THAT PROPERLY

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Not the track itself, but the dealer was located there.

It was the most ergonomically perfect car for me. The two huge carbon fibre bike exhausts out the back sounded beautiful.

No keys, no locks, no door handles. Just wow! Not for the timid or faint of heart.

The huge V8 grumble at low rpm, turned into a high pitched banshee howl when you really kicked it.

Laughed all day

Not many cars or bikes make you feel like that.

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IF ONLY WE STILL HAD V8, & MORE F1 CARS. THESE NEW ONES SOUND FEEBLE IN COMPARISON. WHERE'S THE RUMBLE & SCREAM GONE??

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The answer is emission controls.

Still a few V8s and V12s out there.

I'd still love a Bentley Conti GT.

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Not much hope for a Kawasaki KH750 two-stroke triple on that front then, clouds of blue smoke when you opened them up, and that narrow, vicious two stroke power band... Oh, and Castrol 'R' in two strokes - oh that smell! takes me back ;-)

Dev

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MY OTHER HALF RAVES ABOUT THE SMELL OF CASTROL R, NOT SURE IF I'VE EVER SMELLT IT.,

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Kamikaze triple !! Woah !

When I was 16 a mate had a brand new KH500 and gave me the keys to have a go. He watched me almost flip the bike in first gear by wacking the throttle too hard. Rookie move ! lol

Welcome Dev ! Glad you joined in with us old people talking petrol stuff and rock.

What happened to 2 strokes?

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OLD!! I'M ABOUT ONLY 55 -THINKING ABOUT IT THAT IS OLD.

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I'm only about 55 too, how amazing?

Only 17 in my head.

After 50 you start going backwards towards childhood.

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I'LL HAVE MY 30s UP TO 37 AGAIN I THINK.

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Yeah I want to go back to about 25 knowing what I know now.

But hey! I got more playtime after almost checking out in 2001. Freeplay on the pinball machine?

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Young whipper-snappers eh?

57 and 18 in my head here ;-)

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I'm 51 and enjoying rock and metal just as much as I ever did, still buying new albums and looking forward to building up my collection :)

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55 is not old at all, Debbie Harry played glastonbury this year and she's 70!! Dolly Parton was amazing and 68! I'm 51 and don't feel old at all :D

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I cannot believe Debbie Harry is 70! I remember Blondie at their peak when I was at uni a million years ago.

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Yes, insurance companies hated them. Very embarrassing if they hit the power band mid-bend - lots of respect needed. When I graduated to Suzy GS750 then Honda CB900FA I had a favourite Hadleigh Custom Tee Shirt "Help stamp out two strokes"

The 900FA was very tame by todays standards, I don't think I'd last long on current "Crotch Rockets". Think I'd be a Harley D rider (old Dev's been watching too much Sons of Anarchy again...)

Saw Motorhead at local Polytechnic before they were famous, SU entertainments guy didn't advertise for fear of sell-out. As it happened, it was such a well kept secret that about 8-10 students turned up. They said something about NEVER!, EVER!, EVER!!! Going to play there again :-)

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They've got a current tv advert for some fashion label thing and using a Black Sab track. I'm trying to remember what the ad is.....

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PLEASE REMEMBER I WOULD LOVE TO SEE IT.

I HATE IT WHEN FASHION THINKS IT'S TRENDY TO MIMIC STUFF LIKE METAL CULTURE.

I WAS READING THE DAILY TELEGRAPH FASHION MAG THIS MORNING & THEY'VE DONE A SPREAD CALLED "COME AS YOU ARE" YOU CAN BET YOUR BOTTOM DOLLAR MOST READERS HAVE NEVER HEARD OF NIRVANA.

THE STUPID MODELS - WOMEN, WHICH MAKES IT WORSE EVEN THOUGH I AM FEMALE, ARE WEARING £200 CHECK SHIRTS & £1000 BIKER JACKETS TO TRY & LOOK HARD.

MY LEATHER JACKET WAS BOUGHT FOR £50 AT KENSINGTON MARKET IN LONDON & HAS BEEN THROUGH 84 GIGS & 20 FESTIVALS IN 2 COUNTRIES. IT BEARS THE SCARS TO PROVE IT. THAT'S WHAT THEY'RE FOR, NOT FOR SOME PONCEY MODEL TO STRUT AROUND IN TRYING TO LOOK TOUGH.

IT REALLY ANNOYS ME. RANT OVER.

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Rant away!!

I totally agree!!

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High fashon gets involved = kiss of death !!!

Trendy people are buying £500 or £600 Alpinestars or Dainese leather race bike jackets just for fashion wear.

I have some very expensive gear, but its about safety.

My Nankai leather race gloves cost over £200, but didn't bust one stitch in my bike smash.

The Knox Spine protector £130 saved my spine from being totally wrecked.

My Arai Race Rep helmet took a few smacks but held ! A £600 lid.

The Sidi Vertebrae race boots held together well. £250

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IT'S SO WORTH SPENDING ON THE BEST POSSIBLE SAFETY KIT, IT'S NOT A POSE, IT'S A NECESSITY. IT'S THE" ALL THE GEAR & NO IDEA" PEOPLE I CAN'T STAND.

MY HALF USED TO HAVE AN ULTIMA & HE PUT MASSIVELY EXPENSIVE 5 POINT HARNESSES IN IT , ANYTHING CHEAPER JUST WOULDN'T HAVE BEEN SAFE ENOUGH FOR DRIVING A CAR LIKE THAT.

PEOPLE THOUGHT THE WHOLE THING WAS JUST FOR SHOWING OFF BUT IT'S HIS PASSION & HE KNOWS AT HE'S DOING. PLUS IT WAS GREAT FUN FOR ME TO BE DRIVEN AROUND IN. SADLY HE GOT FED UP WITH IT & CHANGED IT FOR A 1967 MUSTANG IMPORTED FROM CALIFORNIA. NO WHERE NEAR AS NICE AS THE ULTIMA.

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Ultima made the fastest car around the Nurbergring using a Hayabusa engine recently until the next fastest record holder came along.

The Westfield mega-busa is equally potent.

Lol at "all the gear no idea". Classic phrase!

Just like "all show and no go" ;-)

My last Hayabusa was my final fast bike. I put a Dutch supercharger on it and slammed and stretched it. Had the same power output as a MOTOGP bike but on the road.

A standard Busa is fast enough for most.

Take a look?

Top speed in 1st gear = 80mph.

Top speed in 2nd gear = 120mph.

Then another 4 gears to go.

Nice bikes, I've had 5 Busa's now. But no more.

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LOVE IT! IT FRIGHTENS ME TO DEATH WHEN I WATCH MOTOGP HOW DO THEY DO THAT?? I REALLY LOVED THA ULTIMA, THE MUSTANG WAS A REAL COME DOWN FOR ME SPOILT BRAT THAT I AM!

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After Casey Stoner retired from bike racing in 2012 we thought it would be sadly lacking until the 19 year old Marquez came along and rewrote the MotoGP rule book !!!

OMG !!! Marquez is amazing !!!! He has won every race this season.

Watch him? He is cool as coolaid !

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CERTAINLY WILL. THERE'S NOT AS MUCH CAR ACTION AT THE MOMENT. HOWEVER THERE IS RZR BUGGY RACING ON AT 4.10 AM, WHATEVER THAT IS,SO IF I'M UP THEN I'LL GIVE THAT A GO (UNLIKELY)

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Love that Mustang! Got me jealous now lol

Talking of US muscle, I was given a demo in a 300C SRT8. BRUTAL!

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IT WAS A 1967 FASTBACK, WHICH HE RESTORED, LEFT HAND DRIVE OF COURSE WITH THE ORIGINAL CALIFORNIA NUMBER PLATE BUT SMELT OF PETROL INSIDE & MADE ME FEEL SICK! HE SAID IT WAS A PIG TO DRIVE IF IT MAKES YOU FEEL BETTER! .

SADLY SOMEONE DROVE INTO IT & TOOK THE BONNET OFF, HE WAS NOT AMUSED.

NOW HE'S MOVED ON TO A 1970 LOTUS ELAN PLUS 2. IT'S TAKEN HIM 2 YRS TO RESTORE IT BUT IT DONE. I LIKE THIS ONE!

CAN'T WAIT TILL THE NEXT ONE. I'M DETERMINED TO GET MY MCLAREN!

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I remember going to gigs in the late seventies and early eighties when a female was a rare sight but in 2007 I went to see Motorhead in Glasgow and the crowd must have been 30% female. They were going just as crazy as the guys there. I think the old fashioned "rock is for men only" attitude is long gone now.

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I'm partial to some Metallica and I grew up with black sabbath, deep purple, white snake, kiss, ac/dc etc. my big brother to thank fo that, I was more into def leopard but once I found Metallica I was hooked!

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ME TOO! SAW THEM ON THE TELLY AT THE FREDDIE MERCURY TRIBUTE CONCERT IN '92 (?) & THAT WAS IT! GOT THERE VIA DEF LEPPARD TOO .JOE ELLIOT WAS BORN THE SAME YEAR AS WAS NIKKI SIXX FROM MOTLEY CRUE & THEY'RE STILL GOING SO THERE'S HOPE FOR ME YET...

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I was a massive Metallica fan in the 80s and went to see them in Edinburgh, they proved they are still a great band at Glastonbury this year so I will be catching up on the albums I missed. Sabbath are still my favourite ever band, closely followed by Motorhead!!

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Metallica cleaned up at Glastonbury. Amazing.

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THEY CERTAINLY DID. MADE THE HAIRS ON MY ARMS STAND UP EVEN AFTER ALL THIS TIME - 22 ODD YRS OF SEEING THEM.

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AC/DC through and through !

Never without one or two AC/DC CDs in the car CD changer.

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MY OTHER HALF LOOKS JUST LIKE ANGUS YOUNG! SHAME HE HASN'T GOT HIS DOSH...

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It always rankles that I never got to see them with Bon Scott but I did see them on the Back in Black tour in Glasgow, they were incredible and Brian Johnson won me over although I went into the gig not really caring for him at all.

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Don't forget the Foo Fighters. Awesome !!!!!!

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SAW THEIR FIRST GIG IN THE UK. LOOKED A BIT WEIRD SEEING DAVE GROHL WITHOUT KURT BUT WHAT A DEBUT.

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I LOVE TALKING ABOUT THIS STUFF WITH PEOPLE WHO UNDERSTAND!!

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ZEB, we saw Jamie Whithams band The Po Boys at a bike rally on Skegness. The rally that made the national news when a guy rode his Yamaha R1 into a bar and did a burn out till the tyre popped.

The Po Boys are brilliant!! What a crowd pleaser!

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I SAW THAT SOMEWHERE - WAS IT ON THE TELLY? IT WAS BRILLIANT.

UNFORTUNATELY I CAN'T STAND THE SMELL OF BURNING RUBBER, WE NEARLY HAD AN ACCIDENT IN A TAXI BRINGING NE HOME FROM THE BI SO BURNING RUBBER PUTS ME RIGHT BACK THERE. GREAT TO WATCH THO'

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It was all over the national newspapers!

The "Blue" Keith Harris and Orville show stuck in my head for a long time.

Show waddy waddy were booed off stage within 5 minutes. What went wrong there I dont know?

The sight of some very large hairy bikers covered with tattoo's and blue chiffon evening gowns was really quite disturbing. lol

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I understand that ZEB.

A day at the European FIA drag racing finals leaves your lungs and throat burning with methanol fumes and burnt rubber.

Watching Top Fuellers should be on everyone's bucket list.

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DRIFT RACING GETS ME GOING TOO BUTI DEFINITELY COULDN'T COPE WITH WATCHING IT WITHOUT A GAS MASK .THE BLOKE WHO 'DRITED' UP THE HILL CLIMB AT GOODWODD WAS MAGNIFICENT, WHAT CONTROL!

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Never followed drifting, but rear wheel stearing on a RWD car is fun.

Power is nothing without control and good to see it in action.

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Saw a few burn outs at mallory, it was practically in my back yard! My dad raced bikes so I think it's in the blood.

Lov foo fighters my kids are metal heads too. Son is into modern metal and slipknot whilst my daughter is more into Metallica and ac/ dc.

Status quo did a gig across the road from my brother place earlier this year, it was awesome :-)

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Bikes are addictive.

Mallory is great, so many world champion car and bike racers came through that track.

The Foo's are excellent. Can't quite get my head around SOAD though? My partner likes them.

My darker taste in rock is The Rollins Band and I've got some Rammstein and others.

I saw the Quo in 1975 at Theatre 1 in Cov when I was 15. Our music teacher took a load of us in the school minibus. I couldnt hear for 2 days.

Then as a birthday present I got taken to Wickstead Park to see the Quo again 30 years later !!!

Outdoor concert, warm summers night, full moon and I felt like a kid again.

The Quo are talking about getting the original band members back together, that would be cool.

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SOAD WILD LIVE, LIKE A FEW BANDS, MUCH BETTER LIVE THAN ON CD. PREFER RATM LIVE TOO.

THESE DAYS MY HEART BELONGS TO NORWEGIAN BLACK METAL WITH A BIT OF SWEDISH DEATH & CRADLE OF FILTH THROWN IN.

I'LL TRY ANYTHING THOUGH & IF I LIKE IT I'LL LISTEN. JUST CAN'T GET ON WITH MODERN JAZZ THO' & AS FOR POP, LESS SAID THE BETTER.

I REALLY MUST GET OFF THIS COMPUTER, BEEN ON IT NEARLY ALL DAY. THIS CHAT IS JUST SO EXCITING THOUGH SO I GUESS I'L KEEP CHECKING IN TILL I'M TOO KNACKERED TO READ &WRITE!.

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You know, I didn't really bridge the gap between old and new Rock. Still stuck in the 70s and early 80s rock.

Love the Credence Clearwater Revival!! Love the Wishbone Ash. Crosby Stills Nash and Young. There's a hippy in here somewhere being repressed. Lol

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BIKER HIPPY, PAINTS AN INTERESTING PICTURE...

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I don't suffer with the ego thing, I just live by my own code and embrace life.

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GIRLY METALHEAD SPEED FREAK

THATS ME & I LOVE IT. I DON'T NEED ANYONE TO APPROVE OR UNDERSTAND JUST ACCEPT.. YOU KNOW WHAT THEY SAY:

IF YOU KNOW YOU CAN'T EXPLAIN, IF YOU DON'T KNOW YOU CAN'T UNDERSTAND..

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"You think I am different, to me you all look the same"

Same here, I dont ask or need anyones approval.

I get stared at all the time because of my looks and presence. I don't fit any pigeon holes.

In current society, I don't understand why everyone is trying so hard to be different by being the same as everyone else?

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IT MUST BE EXHAUSTING KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES.SINCE I HAD TO GIVE UP WORK I CAN BE WHO I WANT TO BE WHICH IS GREAT UNTIL SOMEONE SAYS HOW LUCKY I AM THEN I WANT TO GIVE THEM A GOOD SLAP.

THESE LETTERS

ARE STARTING TO DANCE BEFORE MY EYES SO IT'S TIME TO SLEEP I FEAR. I SHALL HAVE SWEET DREAMS ABOUT SPEEDY THINGS.I'M GLAD OUTSIDE PEOPLE CAN'T SEE THIS THEY'D THINK I'M ON DRUGS! NIGHT NIGHT FOR NOW

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I hope you had a rock-tastic dream filled wonderful sleep!

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IT WAS A CONFUSING MIXTURE OF LE MANS & HITLER OF ALL THINGS!

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We didn't mention Keith Flints band :-)

He is a race track bike addict.

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PRODIGY KEITH FLINT??

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Oh yes. The Prodigy

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I BET MIKESGHOST WASN'T EXPECTING 71 REPLIES WHEN THIS THREAD WAS STARTED!

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Top thread for MIKESGHOST ! Congrats ! Good to share a bit of fun and some good times.

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IT'S BEEN A BLAST!

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Best go and rest my head.

See you tomorrow?

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Good morning ex head bangers :-)

Has anyone seen the event coming up in August? Alt-fest 2014

Storming line up. Too many to list and some big names!

Cradle of Filth are one.

At Boughton House, Kettering.

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I LOVE CRADLE OF FILTH BUT SADLY LIVE AT THE WRONG END OF THE COUNTRY FOR KETTERING. I'LL CHECK IT OUT ON THE NET THO.

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Mikesghost, for building the album collection of cds I buy on Amazon.

Can buy older albums for as little as £1-25p including postage.

Cheap as chips!

Bought loads of Hendrix, Bad Company, Deep Purple and Floyd etc

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Yeah I always use amazon sellers for those super cheap bargains!! :)

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