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« Reply #25 on: February 12, 2010, 12:32:34 PM »
kurt cobain,jimi hendrix and jim morrisson all died in a drug related incident at age 27..

meron na atang ganitong thread..  :-)

i knew this anyway.. pati yata si "THE REV" (drummer of a7x) isinama na sa kanila e,  :wink:
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« Reply #26 on: February 12, 2010, 02:06:36 PM »
from here

The song “Happy Birthday To You” is not a public-domain composition, despite the 1998 Guinness Book of World Records declaring it to be the most recognised song in the English language.

The melody was written, in 1893, by two kindergarten school teachers, sisters, Patty and Mildred Hill from Kentucky for the song “Good Morning to All.”
The Summy Company, who owned the publishing rights of “Good Morning to All”, copyrighted “Happy Birthday to You” in 1935 as a song for hire.

Eventually Time Warner Corporation bought the rights in 1998.

So now a single use in a film or TV programme will cost around $10,000!

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« Reply #27 on: February 12, 2010, 08:03:49 PM »
yung nanay ni slash costume designer ni david bowie

nikki sixx was proclaimed dead for 2 minutes.....tapos nabuhay siya.........eto maraming trivia dito.......

http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/columns/junkyard/101_more_things_you_didnt_know_about_rock_and_roll.html
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« Reply #28 on: February 13, 2010, 05:56:19 PM »
Ely, Raimund, Buddy and Marcus were involved in making of "Ultraelectromagneticjam!: The Music Of The Eraserheads", a tribute album to themselves...

Ely was featured in Superproxy 2k6 that performed by the late Francis M.
Raimund produced the track Spolarium, version of Imago...
Buddy produced the track Alapaap, version of 6 Cyclemind...
Marcus played guitar in Para Sa Masa by various artists...

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« Reply #29 on: February 15, 2010, 02:00:56 PM »
i knew this anyway.. pati yata si "THE REV" (drummer of a7x) isinama na sa kanila e,  :wink:

28 years old ata  si THE REV bro
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« Reply #30 on: February 15, 2010, 04:51:30 PM »
sa original superproxy si kiko nag rap
sa version ni kiko ng superproxy si ely ang nag rap

*edited as per knoy  :-D :-D :-D
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« Reply #31 on: February 15, 2010, 04:53:53 PM »
sa original superproxy si kiko nag rap
sa version ni kiko ng superproxy si raimund ang nag rap


wrong sir, Ely rapped the 2k6 version...

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« Reply #32 on: February 16, 2010, 07:23:03 AM »
when auditioning for the eraserheads raimund originally auditioned as a bassist and buddy as a drummer and marcus came only to watch....
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« Reply #33 on: February 16, 2010, 07:31:48 AM »
when auditioning for the eraserheads raimund originally auditioned as a bassist and buddy as a drummer and marcus came only to watch....

cool.. i didnt know ely auditioned his ex-bandmates..  :-)

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« Reply #34 on: February 16, 2010, 09:32:47 AM »
cool.. i didnt know ely auditioned his ex-bandmates..  :-)
nabasa ko lang yan sa myx mag yung eraserheads issue...
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« Reply #35 on: February 16, 2010, 05:05:22 PM »
Metallica songs:

Welcome Home (Sanitarium), One, Unforgiven, Unforgiven II and The Day That Never Comes; have some rip-off riffs from Fade To Black...

FTB, WH(S), One and TDTNC have similar build-up or arrangement...The intro starts out with clean guitars that carry into the verses, while the choruses are backed with heavily distorted guitars. The bridge speeds up gradually and eventually leads into fast paced harmony between the guitars and a long guitar solo by Hammett...

Unforgiven and Unforgiven II reversed the arrangement...

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« Reply #36 on: February 19, 2010, 01:02:12 PM »
abraham laboriel played the bass line for the most popular pop song in the world it might be you by stephen bishop
teddy of rocksteddy use to play bass for their band when they were in college, the band was named shotgun

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« Reply #37 on: March 03, 2010, 01:14:52 PM »
kurt cobain,jimi hendrix and jim morrisson all died in a drug related incident at age 27..

meron na atang ganitong thread..  :-)
sorry, drug related maybe, pero kurt died by shoting himself, suicide, jimi hendrix i dont think so, jim morison died coz of hearth attack while taking a bath.
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« Reply #38 on: March 03, 2010, 01:21:35 PM »
sorry, drug related maybe, pero kurt died by shoting himself, suicide, jimi hendrix i dont think so, jim morison died coz of hearth attack while taking a bath.
pero si kurt cobain kaya nya binaril sarili nya dahil may drug problems sya?...tumakas sya diba sa rehab....
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« Reply #39 on: March 03, 2010, 02:24:48 PM »
pero si kurt cobain kaya nya binaril sarili nya dahil may drug problems sya?...tumakas sya diba sa rehab....

yep...

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« Reply #40 on: March 16, 2010, 08:08:06 AM »
Gloomy Sunday" is a song composed by Hungarian  pianist and composer Rezső Seress in 1933 to a Hungarian poem written by László Jávor (original Hungarian title of both song and poem "Szomorú vasárnap" (Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈsomoruː ˈvɒʃaːrnɒp]), in which the singer reflects on the horrors of modern culture.[1]

Though recorded and performed by many singers, "Gloomy Sunday" is closely associated with Billie Holiday, who scored a hit version of the song in 1941. Owing to unsubstantiated urban legends about its inspiring hundreds of suicides, "Gloomy Sunday" was dubbed the "Hungarian suicide song" in the United States. Seress did commit suicide in 1968, but most other rumors of the song being banned from radio, or sparking suicides, are unsubstantiated, and were partly propagated as a deliberate marketing campaign.[2] Possibly due to the context of the Second World War, Billie Holiday's version was, however, banned by the BBC.[3]

There have been several urban legends regarding the song over the years, mostly involving it being allegedly connected with various numbers of suicides, and radio networks reacting by purportedly banning the song. However, most of these claims are unsubstantiated.[4]

In 1968, Rezső Seress, the original composer, jumped to his death from his apartment. His obituary in the New York Times mentions the song's notorious reputation:
“    Budapest, January 13. Rezsoe Seres, whose dirge-like song hit, "Gloomy Sunday" was blamed for touching off a wave of suicides during the nineteen-thirties, has ended his own life as a suicide it was learned today.

Authorities disclosed today that Mr. Seres jumped from a window of his small apartment here last Sunday, shortly after his 69th birthday.

The decade of the nineteen-thirties was marked by severe economic depression and the political upheaval that was to lead to World War II. The melancholy song written by Mr. Seres, with words by his friend, Ladislas Javor, a poet, declares at its climax, "My heart and I have decided to end it all." It was blamed for a sharp increase in suicides, and Hungarian officials finally prohibited it. In America, where Paul Robeson introduced an English version, some radio stations and nightclubs forbade its performance.

Mr. Seres complained that the success of "Gloomy Sunday" actually increased his unhappiness, because he knew he would never be able to write a second hit.

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There are two English-language versions of the lyrics. The first, by Desmond Carter, was used in the 1935 Paul Robeson recording and a few others. Most English-language recordings have used the Sam Lewis lyrics made famous in Billie Holiday's 1941 recording. That recording added a third verse, not in the original Hungarian song, indicating that the singer was only dreaming about her lover's death. See links below for the lyrics.

Artists who have recorded or reinterpreted the song include:

    * 1935: Pal Kalmar (in Hungarian)
    * 1935: (UK): Paul Robeson (released in the US in 1936; Desmond Carter lyrics)
    * 1935: Pyotr Leschenko (in Russian, under title "Мрачное воскресенье" ["Mrachnoe voskresen'e"])
    * 1936: Damia (in French, under the title "Sombre Dimanche", recorded on February 28, lyrics by Jean Marčze and François-Eugčne Gonda, music by Rezső Seress)
    * 1936: Hal Kemp
    * 1936: Paul Whiteman
    * 1936: Spree-Revellers (in German, as "Einsamer Sonntag"; Polydor 2293A)
    * 1936: Noriko Awaya (in Japanese, as "Kurai Nichiyōbi")
    * 1936: Taro Shoji (in Japanese, as "Kurai Nichiyōbi")
    * 1937: Mercedes Simone (in Spanish, as "Triste Domingo" [recorded in Buenos Aires])
    * 1940: Artie Shaw, 3 March. Pauline Byrne vocal.
    * 1941: Billie Holiday
    * 1941: Mimi Thoma (in German, as "Einsamer Sonntag"; Polydor 47563)
    * 1954: Laszlo Von Weimerth
    * 1957: Josh White
    * 1958: Mel Tormé
    * 1958: Ricky Nelson (released posthumously)
    * 1959: Eila Pellinen (in Finnish as "Surullinen sunnuntai")
    * 1959: Orkesteri
    * 1961: Sarah Vaughan
    * 1961: Inger Qvick (in Swedish as "Sista Söndag")
    * 1962: Lou Rawls
    * 1967: Carmen McRae
    * 1968: Genesis (U.S. band unrelated to the well-known British band)
    * 1969: Ray Charles
    * 1972: Viktor Klimenko (in Russian as "Ona pred ikonoi")
    * 1972: Kai Hyttinen (in Finnish as "Surullinen sunnuntai")
    * 1972: Kuoro (in Finnish as "Surullinen sunnuntai")
    * 1977: Fredi (in Finnish as "Surullinen sunnuntai")
    * 1978: Erik Cronwall
    * 1979: Lydia Lunch (Queen of Siam)
    * 1981: Elvis Costello & the Attractions (Trust)
    * 1982: Associates (Sulk)
    * 1983: Marc and the Mambas
    * 1983: Swans Way
    * 1983: Jacques Calonne (Ténor Mondain) (in French, under the title "Sombre Dimanche", lyrics credited to László Jávor, but probably the ones by Jean Marčze and François-Eugčne Gonda)
    * 1984: Peter Wolf (Lights Out)
    * 1985: Harri Marstio (in Finnish under title "Surullinen sunnuntai")
    * 1986: Christian Death
    * 1988: Serge Gainsbourg (Le Zénith de Gainsbourg) (in French)
    * 1991: Vlado Kreslin (Bela nedelja, in Slovene)
    * 1991: The Singing Loins (Songs For The Organ)
    * 1992: Diamanda Galás (The Singer) (Desmond Carter lyrics)
    * 1992: Sinéad O'Connor (Am I Not Your Girl?)
    * 1995: Gitane Demone
    * 1996: Sarah McLachlan (Rarities, B-Sides and Other Stuff)
    * 1996: Mystic (The Funeral soundtrack)
    * 1998: Marianne Faithfull
    * 1998: Satan's Sadists (On the compilation Their Sympathetic Majesties Request)
    * 1999: The Smithereens (God Save the Smithereens)
    * 1999: Björk
    * 1999: Leena Calas (in Finnish as "Surullinen sunnuntai")
    * 2000: Kronos Quartet
    * 2000: Sarah Brightman
    * 2001: Iva Bittová (The Man Who Cried)
    * 2001: Heather Nova (South)
    * 2002: Rob Coffinshaker (Live at the Cemetery) 7" EP
    * 2003: Edvin Marton
    * 2003: Hot Jazz Band
    * 2003: Priscilla Chan (with changed lyrics, pop, Cantonese, titled "Gloomy Sunday")
    * 2004: Branford Marsalis (Eternal)
    * 2005: Yellow Spots (Psychobilly)
    * 2005: Eminemmylou featuring Legs MC (raps added, turned into anti-suicide anthem)
    * 2005: Venetian Snares under the Hungarian title "Öngyilkos vasárnap" (literally meaning 'Suicidal Sunday'), which incorporates a sample of Billie Holiday's 1941 rendition.
    * 2006: Emilie Autumn
    * 2006: Tsukimono (on Famousfor15mb.com)
    * 2006: Angéla Póka (live) (performing Szomorú Vasárnap live during Megasztár)
    * 2006: Red Sky Mourning
    * 2006: Lucía Jiménez (for the movie the Kovak Box inspired by the song)
    * 2006: Zaorany kytky [1](band from Czech republic)
    * 2007: Candie Payne
    * 2007: The Unbending Trees (live)
    * 2008: Ghoul Recorded with altered lyrics for a split 7" record
    * 2008: Ivana Wong
    * 2008: The Unbending Trees UK only bonus track on their album.
    * 2008: Paris Jones Canadian Singer
    * 2008: Saori Yano Tokyo saxophonist, Billie Holiday tribute CD.
    * 2008: Laďka Fatien French jazz singer on Album Misery; a tribute to Billie Holiday
    * 2009 Aliyah Hussain
    * Marc Almond
    * Mickey Baker
    * Anton LaVey - from "htmpl productions & pcl link dump - Christianity vs satanism" compilation
    * 2009: Emilie Autumn
    * 2009: Blackmailers
    * 2009: Chance Calaway Trinidain Rap Artist - First ever Hip Hop edition of Gloomy Sunday

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gloomy_Sunday
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« Reply #41 on: March 19, 2010, 02:59:05 PM »
Lemuel Belaro of Callalily originally auditioned for the band as a guitarist (he took Bachelor of Music in Guitar, UST)...
Later he took the place as a drummer as Alden Acosta (Bachelor of Music in Percussion student, UST) fill-in as a guitarist...

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« Reply #42 on: March 19, 2010, 04:13:08 PM »
'Hey Jude' was written by Paul in his car. Paul was on his way to visit Julian, John Lennon's son, who was disturbed by his parents' divorce. Paul wrote this song to cheer him up.

'We don't like their sound, and guitar music is on the way out.'
Decca Recording Co. rejecting the Beatles, 1962.

In a contest held by Mersyside Newspaper to see who was the biggest band in Liverpool, 1962, one of the main reasons that The Beatles won was because they called in posing as different people voting for themselves.


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« Reply #43 on: March 19, 2010, 04:14:33 PM »
'Hey Jude' was written by Paul in his car. Paul was on his way to visit Julian, John Lennon's son, who was disturbed by his parents' divorce. Paul wrote this song to cheer him up.

'We don't like their sound, and guitar music is on the way out.'
Decca Recording Co. rejecting the Beatles, 1962.

In a contest held by Mersyside Newspaper to see who was the biggest band in Liverpool, 1962, one of the main reasons that The Beatles won was because they called in posing as different people voting for themselves.



The Beatles got their name from a line in the movie 'The Wild Ones'. Lee Marvin's character said the motocycle gang wanted Marlon Brando's charcter back, even the beetles (he was referring to the women in the gang). They changed the 'ee' to 'ea' so it was like the musical term 'beat'.

http://www.comedy-zone.net/triviazone/music/page5.htm

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« Reply #44 on: March 19, 2010, 04:38:00 PM »
On his debut album 'For You' Prince played 27 different instruments.

AC/DC were featured on the front cover of the first issue of Kerrang Magazine, launched in 1981.

About 2,4 billion CDs are sold annually and the number of recorded CDs and blank CDs sold has been equaled. Around one-third of recorded CDs are pirated.

John Lennon sang into a condom-covered microphone to protect himself from electric shocks while trying to achieve an underwater sound for The Beatles hit "Yellow Submarine," but they never used the zany recording.

David Howell Evans, U2's 'The Edge' used to live in the Los Angeles house where Eric and Lyle Menendez killed their parents in 1989.

The famous long guitar intro to Led Zep's "Stairway To Heaven" is taken from the track "Taurus", which was composed and played by guitarist, the late Randy California when he was only 16 in 1967. The instrumental was dedicated to his Taurian girlfriend and recorded a year later by his band "Spirit". Led Zepplin heard it while on tour with Spirit in USA. (Randy Wolfe, was named "California" by his great friend of Jimi Hendrix, who tried to bring him to the UK, but Randy was too young at the time).

Paul Weller played guitar on Champagne Supernova by Oasis.

English rock band, Black Sabbath, formed in Birmingham in 1968 by Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, and Bill Ward, was originally formed as a heavy blues-rock band named "Earth", the band began incorporating occult and horror-inspired lyrics with tuned-down guitars, and changed their name to "Black Sabbath". The band has since experienced multiple lineup changes, with a total of twenty-two former members.

Rolling Stones guitarist, Brian Jones, played oboe on "Baby You're A Rich Man" by the Beatles

http://www.philbrodieband.com/music_trivia.htm

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« Reply #45 on: March 28, 2010, 02:10:38 PM »
1. Did you know that Bob Dylan fell asleep while listening to the demo of Joni Mitchell's 'Court and Spark'?

   JM confirmed this in a RStone interview. She said that Bob was just trying to be cute.

2. Ray Charles knew how to type. He could do 60-65 words in a minute...wow.
    His fave sport: Chess.

3. When Paul McCartney heard of Ray Charles, he had become sure that he had wanted to become a musician.

4. While when John heard of Elvis, he said to himself that was it.


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« Reply #46 on: March 29, 2010, 10:16:41 AM »
si eddie vedder model ng quicksilver hehe
si daivd silveria naman drummer ng korn calvin klein yata model
si jerry cantrell ng alice in chains may part sa movie ni tom cruise jerry mguire ba yun as a messenger yata?


hahaha! dagdagan natin!

Tom morello appeared on Star Trek: Voyager

http://memory-alpha.org/en/wiki/Tom_Morello

Flea was on Back to the Future


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« Reply #47 on: March 31, 2010, 10:48:23 AM »
hahaha! dagdagan natin!

Tom morello appeared on Star Trek: Voyager

http://memory-alpha.org/en/wiki/Tom_Morello

Flea was on Back to the Future





ayan si flea sa back to the future needles pangalan niya don wala siya diyan sa picture na ni post mo above sila biff yan mga ka edad nung george mcfly hehe sila flea (needles) yung ka age ni marty mcfly yung tumatawag sa kanya ng chicken

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« Reply #48 on: April 01, 2010, 03:08:05 AM »

the song "angel" by sarah mclachlan is a tribute to smashing pumpkins keyboardist jonathan melvoin's death...

Inter spem et metum... Inter arma carita

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« Reply #49 on: April 03, 2010, 09:40:51 PM »
nagka-guest appearance yung Cannibal Corpse sa isang movie ni Jim Carrey,nakalimutan ko na ung title eh
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si Teddy Diaz(The Dawn)daw yung nagturo sa guitarist ng 6cyclemind,(i'm not sure if it's true)HAHA
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Si Steve Vai yung nag-guitar solo sa ending ng Bill & Ted's na movie ni Keanu Reeves
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