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    I feel that not offering a line of Chris Holmes Happy Camper outdoor recreation equipment is a real missed opportunity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    I feel that not offering a line of Chris Holmes Happy Camper outdoor recreation equipment is a real missed opportunity.
    Or at least pool inflatables

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    I'm just wondering what's taking Dean so long to get this guy a signature model.

    Oh, and it's nice to have Garrett the Bard back among us.

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    Nope its no good, but who cares. I would go see him live if he performed near me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpexus View Post


    Nope its no good, but who cares. I would go see him live if he performed near me.
    That was better than I anticipated. The singer’s a great singer, even if he sounds a bit like Adam Sandler in that intro. Lots of Dio-influenced phrasing and vibrato in the rest.

    I think because my expectations were so low, I’m really impressed with what I heard.
    Perfection is the enemy of progress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rev Drucifer View Post
    That was better than I anticipated. The singer’s a great singer, even if he sounds a bit like Adam Sandler in that intro. Lots of Dio-influenced phrasing and vibrato in the rest.

    I think because my expectations were so low, I’m really impressed with what I heard.
    Yeah that's definitely surpassing expectations. I'm not sure why the producer left those giant clams in the lead though, yeesh.

    Vocals are decent, but could also use about 5000% less reverb. Either way this is a HUGE improvement from his other recent stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not Mr. Test View Post
    Yeah that's definitely surpassing expectations. I'm not sure why the producer left those giant clams in the lead though, yeesh.

    Vocals are decent, but could also use about 5000% less reverb. Either way this is a HUGE improvement from his other recent stuff.

    c'mon man. What are you talking about. This is pure gold right here...


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    I'd only be down for a Chris Holmes guitar lesson if both of us were floating in a pool with copious amounts of vodka.

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