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  1. iluvdvds@Cult Labs
    7th May 2011 07:26 PM - permalink
    iluvdvds@Cult Labs
    Some very cool bands and CDs there. Live After Dead is a fantastic live album The first CD I bought was Judas Priest's (my favourite band EVER) British Steel - an absolute classic. I'm varied too, like yourself, though mainly stick to good ol' fashioned Heavy Metal - JP, Motorhead, Dio, Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, Saxon, stuff like that. And newer grounds like Enforcer. Not too keen on that growling screaming side of metal either really, most of it just doesnt seem to be anything than just noise. Stuff like Killing Inside is great though!
  2. Demdike@Cult Labs
    7th May 2011 07:01 PM - permalink
    Demdike@Cult Labs
    My last few purchases have been - Motorhead - the world is yours, Amon Amarth - surtur rising, My Chemical Romance - danger days, Within Temptation -the unforgiving.
  3. Demdike@Cult Labs
    7th May 2011 06:29 PM - permalink
    Demdike@Cult Labs
    Anything really. I know its a bit vague, but my first album was Maidens Live after Death, i then got into all the hair metal stuff (Crue, Gn'r, Ratt, Bon Jovi etc) whilst also loving Slayer, Anthrax, Testament and Megadeth. Grunge and Nu metal spoiled everything so i started getting into black and Gothic metal and non metal like Nick Cave, Waterboys, Oasis, Primal Scream. As pure metal came back again with the turn of the year 2000 my metal tastes really came full circle.
    The only bands i really can't get into are the ones that half scream their way through songs - metalcore. You can sound aggressive without screaming just listen to Tom Araya.
  4. iluvdvds@Cult Labs
    7th May 2011 04:20 PM - permalink
    iluvdvds@Cult Labs
    That's so cool! I've only just started collecting them myself - maybe about 10 issues or so. What type of metal are you into most? \m/ \m/
  5. Demdike@Cult Labs
    7th May 2011 03:18 PM - permalink
    Demdike@Cult Labs
    I've been buying Metal Hammer since its first issue in 1986 with the ZZ top cover and part one of the Doro Pesch poster.
    I haven't kept them all though, i just have the last 5 years. Space reasons. I have kept selected articles, posters, reviews etc of my fave bands, not that i ever look at them , one day you never know.
  6. iluvdvds@Cult Labs
    22nd April 2011 07:50 PM - permalink
    iluvdvds@Cult Labs
    I TOTALLY AGREE! Some films benifit from looking unloved, poor sound, poor image quality. That's why I havent gone for Blu-Ray either Not to mention the artwork on the VHS as well as the big boxes - there's something about a big box. If you have any pics, or anything like that for the VHS thread be sure to add them, buddy.
  7. Demdike@Cult Labs
    22nd April 2011 07:46 PM - permalink
    Demdike@Cult Labs
    I loved the days of video collecting, as people said in the thread, you had to search for titles,sometimes for years, not just order 5 online every week from anywhere in the world.
    The poor picture and sound quality was all part of the fun, especially with horror titles. Thats one of the reasons i am yet to convert to Blu-ray - Anthropophagus just doesn't seem right when you can see whats happening.
  8. iluvdvds@Cult Labs
    22nd April 2011 07:36 PM - permalink
    iluvdvds@Cult Labs
    Quite simply, nothing beats a good VHS (or a bad one in some cases!)
  9. Demdike@Cult Labs
    22nd April 2011 07:29 PM - permalink
    Demdike@Cult Labs
    Your welcome. It was a great vhs thread you started back in the day.
  10. iluvdvds@Cult Labs
    22nd April 2011 07:25 PM - permalink
    iluvdvds@Cult Labs
    Hi there Demdike - thanks for the add!

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