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I bought this double feature Dream Theatre DVD awhile ago with 'Images and Words - Live In Tokyo' and '5 Years In A Lifetime' on it. It's an excellent dvd and the '5 years In A Lifetime' DVD is like a documentary highlighting the best moments for Dream Theatre and showing some great live stuff never released on dvd before.
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My signed copy of Shove the Sun Aside arrived yesterday with new year wishes. Nice touch Mr Weiner! :D
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Steve Vai - Live in Astoria dvd (this is the 4th one I've bought)
Joe Satriani - Live in San Francisco dvd (this is the 3rd one I've bought)
Rod Stewart - Live at the Royal Albert Hall dvd


Buckethead - Enter The Chicken & Monsters and Robots
Nox Arcana - Necronomicon
Robin Trower - Bridge of Sighs (expanded edition)
Novembers Doom - The Pale Haunt Departure
Misery Index - Retaliate
Behemoth - Demigod
Rush - Vapor Trails
Marcus Miller - The Ozell Tapes:Live, the official bootleg
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The best Dream Theater DVD to buy would be either of these two (if not both) -Live at Budokan & Scenes from NY. The Images & Words and 5 Years in a LiveTime DVD set are also great, but get either the Budokan and/or Scenes from NY first. Any DVD of theirs is great, but I'd definitly recommend Live at Budokan and Scenes from NY before you get 5 years in a livetime w/ images and words.
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Latest purchase (10/1/06).

Dragonforce - Inhuman Rampage (extreme power metal) its their brand new 3rd album.

www.dragonforce.com to check em out!. Fans of bands such as Helloween, Stratovarius, Angra, Running Wild, Iced Earth, Gamma Ray, Rhapsody etc should check em out!.

Imagine shades of Iron Maiden melody, thrash metal speedy rhythms and drums, Steve Vai style widdly widdly guitars, 3 minute alternating guitar solo's. if this sounds tempting go to their site and have a look. you may be surprised at the talent of this UK band.

Loz :)
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Today purchage:

:arrow: Lynyrd Skynyrd - Freebird the movie+LS tribute DVD
:arrow: Sex Pistols - Filth and the fury - the movie DVD
:arrow: Steve Vai - Live Astoria DVD (another one, too see in my office too!!! :guitar :headbang
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Freebird:The Movie/Tribute dvd is a wonderful concert film/documentary, esp. the footage of the original band performing. I've always liked LS a lot, & I never got to see them live, but after watching that film I realized how truly great they really were, esp. in such a short span of time.
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Blue Valentine - Tom Waits
Rain Dogs - Tom Waits
Franks Wild Years - Tom Waits

These are my latest purchases. (Jan 10th)
This is the first time to get his works. Last year one of my friends let me watch his video 'BIG TIME' and it was very amazing! :o And now, his works I got are really cool! 8) WOW! :D
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CymbalSplittingSkinbasher wrote:Freebird:The Movie/Tribute dvd is a wonderful concert film/documentary, esp. the footage of the original band performing. I've always liked LS a lot, & I never got to see them live, but after watching that film I realized how truly great they really were, esp. in such a short span of time.
The first contact I have with LS music is the vinyl album "One more from the road" in '79 or 80' and I love it!!!
The movie is awesome :headbang and the way they said "We blow off Stones from the stage..." [btw, Hey, I love Stones, Angie... 8) ] and the way they finish the songs "tantantantantantantantantan... tshan" and the way the the singers use the maracas, nope...
I'm of topic?


OK, here's my recent purchase:

:arrow: Into Eternity - Buried Oblivion :headbang
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Kotzen/Howe Project - Kotzen/Howe Project
Howe, Wooten, Chambers - Extraction
Dave Beegle - Beyond The Desert (my favorite of the three)
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One more:

:arrow: Joel Xavier - Lisboa (with Toots Thielemans)

This guy at 19 won the NAMM-SHOW in L.A.
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Yesterday i bought Extreme - The Collection. £4.99

Yeah that band who did More Than Words, Get The Funk Out, Mutha Don't Wanna Go to School Today etc.

Loz :)
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Latest haul:

Susan Tedeschi - Just Won't Burn
3 Inches of Blood - Advance and Vanquish
Larry Carlton - Sapphire Blue
Jazz Is Dead - Blue Light Rain
The Gathering - Nighttime Birds
The Gathering - Souvenirs
Exodus - Shovel Headed Kill Machine
Van Helsing's Curse - Oculus Infernum
Opeth - My Arms, Your Hearse (w/bonus tracks)
The Polyphonic Spree - The Beginning Stages of...
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I purchased Monsters of Metal Vol. 4 on dvd (all for 1 Masterplan video clip)

I also purchased a tattoo on Friday.
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Leanne_777 wrote:I purchased Monsters of Metal Vol. 4 on dvd (all for 1 Masterplan video clip)

I also purchased a tattoo on Friday.
Whats Monsters of Metal like?

Fates Warning- Still Life
Pagans Mind- Clestial Entrance
G3- Live in Tokyo
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