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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by stratocarlster, Jun 25, 2014.
619 revealed ... from The Beatles' white album
Wow. I haven't heard that since...maybe 74 or 75.
Awesome song from British band>>>>>>>>>>> https://k00.fr/7vstmkcp
Correct band wrong song "Hallowed Be Thy Name" Riff starts at 1:18 in video
I'll consider it a moral victory...I only know the name of one Iron Maiden song
Yes mate close enough is good enough in my book Those guys have some awesome licks. Christmas has passed but put up this link anyway https://k00.fr/38cl8b1w
Probably not Pink Floyd, even sounds familiar but I can't place it.
Edit: Could also fit into "Starship Trooper" by Yes.
'Fraid not. The artist was big in the 80's and this was released in the middle of that decade.
Hint #2: it shares a translated title with a French horror film from the 60's.
A crowded horror house?
Negative Ghostrider, the pattern is full.
The what...Toast Strider?
You're 30 years behind on your pop culture, mate.
Chord progressions are sometimes tough to pick for me but based on your hint I’m guessing Eyes Without a Face - Billy Idol.
He said a French Horror Film...Billy Idol is far from being French.
Maybe 40...me dontz knowz matez!!!
He said the title of the song shares a translated name with a French horror film. As a kid I was a huge fan of horror movies and a long time subscriber to Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine so I've got a fairly deep pool of useless horror movie knowledge.
With that hint, I listened to the Billy Idol tune and the progression he played sounds like the keys of the song, thus my guess.
Based on your answer I need to declare you the winner.
If you listen closely, Stevens is playing the Em once each measure with the key bang when the song starts, then follows their pattern in the first verse, which is what I was playing here.
Thanks. I assumed he must be following the keys and is buried a bit in the mix. Great song choice. It's been an earworm for most of the morning.