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    Quote Originally Posted by zepp View Post
    Never listened to Gojira but that first bit of riffing he does is really cool.
    Duuuude. One of the best band out there.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    These guys absolutely crush live.
    So much this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Variant View Post


    Now you have. Catch up. They're getting old* at this point... yet, fuck yes! Gojira haven't turned into a third-of-the-way into their career bitchass ballad Soundgarden for the most part.

    *damn, me and Joe are the same age
    I love Soundgarden




    Quote Originally Posted by playstopause View Post
    Duuuude. One of the best band out there.



    So much this.

    For some reason I just ignored them. I do that a lot. I'll have to give them some play time.
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    He sounded good in that video, but I think it was his playing that was good and not the pickup itself.

    Quote Originally Posted by zepp View Post
    For some reason I just ignored them. I do that a lot. I'll have to give them some play time.
    I know that you'd heard about them, because they got mentioned all the time both on here and on ss.org back when you were active on these sites. Their debut album, which still kicks serious ass, came out in 2001, so yeah, they've been around for a long time. I think my favorite album by them is probably 2005's From Mars to Sirius, though all of their albums are good (except The Link. That's kind of mediocre, in my opinion. It's still worth getting since it's Gojira, but it's their weakest album by far).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naren View Post
    He sounded good in that video, but I think it was his playing that was good and not the pickup itself.



    I know that you'd heard about them, because they got mentioned all the time both on here and on ss.org back when you were active on these sites. Their debut album, which still kicks serious ass, came out in 2001, so yeah, they've been around for a long time. I think my favorite album by them is probably 2005's From Mars to Sirius, though all of their albums are good (except The Link. That's kind of mediocre, in my opinion. It's still worth getting since it's Gojira, but it's their weakest album by far).
    Yeah I definitely knew about them but just didn't bother checking them out.

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    Gojira are for real.

    I LOVE his Charvel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzhands View Post
    The uncovered version is $90, which is about what all the DiMarzio pickups are running these days.
    Got a link? I can't seem to find an uncovered one for sale anywhere...

    EIDT: Nevermind, didn't see the choices options on the pup page. Thx!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Variant View Post
    Shit from the Polish festivals, and from the Greek ones as well, fucking slay for whatever reason. The crowds just murder anywhere else. No cellphones. Just having a good time like his lord, Cthulhu intended.
    Part of it with Pol'and Rock (formerly Woodstock) is because it's totally free, it's run by a charity organisation as a reward for the work it's volunteers do throughout the year. Regular attendance is around 500,000 people, so a high number of people are there for the party rather than really genre specific fans who know every single note.

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    Duplantier has monster tone. These are intriguing for sure.


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