Discussion in 'The Atrium' started by packa7x, May 10, 2012.
for metallica fans, an oldie but goodie
Ha! doesn't Het look so butch with that armani bag, just the thing for a Multi Millionaire ex Thrasher.
LMAOOOO!!!! That works perfectly. I knew right away it was One.
Flip flops are not metal
Lmao! Ah good old James is lucky that singing thing worked out. He doesn't even dress metal.
Or sing, or even god forbid play metal much theses days. I dont blame james so much for that, however the little Danish napster loving drummer guy.........i forget his name.
Lars Ulrich? Yeah they've become drama queens lately. Everything metal isn't supposed to be.
Thats the fellow, he is indeed a strange cookie. Dave is a class act though.
Now don't go messing with Lars now!
NPs K consider the name gladly forgotten again.
Looks like a new ''drama'' career move for the Little Danish drummer fellow.
One of my Fave-3 ALL TIME 1-hit wonders. Maybe #1.
OMC was formed by older brother Phillip Fuemana and was passed on to Pauly Fuemana. Fuemana's musical duo, OMC, reached worldwide fame in 1995 with the single "How Bizarre", from their debut album of the same name. OMC, which consisted of Fuemana and Alan Jansson, ceased recording in 1998, but recorded again briefly in 2007.
The song, which was named Single of the Year at the 1996 New Zealand Music Awards, hit number one around the world, including the United States, Australia, Austria, Canada, Ireland and New Zealand. In 2002, their song "How Bizarre" reached #71 on the 100 Greatest One-hit Wonders. The single was a chart hit in many countries and spent multiple weeks at number one in several countries, reaching the top for two weeks in Austria, three weeks in Ireland, three weeks in New Zealand and five weeks in Australia.
He often spoke about the hit: "I put a lot of hidden stories in there so people could read between the lines and sense it for what it is instead of telling them, 'Yeah, we got pulled over by the cops, and my mate got his head smashed in, and we got arrested, and they found some pot on him,'" Fuemana told Reuters in a 1997 interview.
Fuemana declared bankruptcy in 2006. His older brother, Phil Fuemana, who pioneered a form of Polynesian influenced hip-hop and R&B, died of a heart attack in 2005 at the age of 41.
Pauly Fuemana died following a protracted battle with chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy, ultimately succumbing to respiratory failure at North Shore Hospital, North Shore City, on January 31, 2010. His death occurred shortly before his 41st birthday. He had been in declining health for several years. For a few months prior to his death he had been suffering from a neurological condition, and also developed pneumonia. The week of his death, "How Bizarre" re-entered the New Zealand singles charts at #40.
He is survived by his wife, Kirstine Fuemana, an Englishwoman whom he married in 2002, and six children, one of which was not born to Kirstine Fuemana; this daughter had been unknown until shortly before Pauly Faumana's death. She now resides in Christchurch city.
Fuemana's funeral was held on February 5, 2010, at the Pacific Island Presbyterian Church in Newton, New Zealand. The 200 attendees included rappers Dei Hamo, Ermehn and Darryl Thompson, who is also known as DLT, Alan Jansson, Simon Grigg, Nathan Haines and the mayor of Auckland Super city, Len Brown.
Some of my fav all time Bands:
My Top 10 in no particular order would be:
Five Finger Death Punch
For some odd reason I really like some of the softer rock from the 80's (like The Outfield). I grew up listening to a lot of blues and go to the Blue's Festival in Duluth, MN with my dad just about every year.
Metallica, mid 80s version
AC/DC, Bon Scott era
Alice in Chains
My mom and dad love classic rock and when my brother and I were young they always used to play it for us. I learned to love bands like Queen, Van Halen, Styx, Journey, Jackson Browne, Springsteen, etc...
And I still love it today! While the rest of the people my age are listening to the top 40 (and I listen to my fair share as well), I'll turn on 101.9 (or 99.7 or 94.3) and rock out.
my favorite Band has always been Iron Maiden and AC/DC.
its got to be rockin'....
When I was 42, I took my son & some friends to a Meticalla concert. We were in the front row, I was body passed and dropped in front of the stage. Ha Ha! Those were the good old days.
1. Bobby Darren
2. The Carpenters
3. The Partridge Family
4. Bobby Sherman
5. The Archies
6. The Osmond Brothers
7. Lover Boy
8. Frank Sinatra
9. Deep Purple
10. Ethyl Merman
Separate names with a comma.