JON fucking boham.. NUf said larry!!!!!!

Discussion in 'rec.music.percussion' started by dave snyder, Aug 30, 2003.

  1. dave snyder

    dave snyder Guest

    "Kronos X" <kx@nospamever.com> wrote in message
    news:3F4E72CF.A98B12C0@nospamever.com...
    > I thought Lars Ulrich was the best ever?
    >
    > Oh, that was the "biggest ever" you know what...
    >
    >
    > >
    > > What was Alex Van Halen the best ever at?
    > >
    > > Sucking cock?
    > > Giving deep tissue massages to his lovely brother?
    > > Using his drumstick for self-anal-pleasure?
    > > Giving the worst EVER excuse for cancelling a European tour?
    > > At telling his lil bro what to do?
    > > At making Sammy Hagar NOT look so ugly?
    > > At giving the worst ever interview?
    > > At giving idle threats - "If you ever say one more thing about my
    > > family, then I'll kick your fuckin' ass."
    > > At giving false predictions - "VH3 will go platinum."
    > >
    > > Just what the fuck is this scumbag good at?
    > >
    > > "A true ambassador of rock" - ROTFL!
    > >
    > > Like Sammy said - Al just sits at home all day on the internet and
    > > smokes cigarettes! LOL at the paraplegic!
    > >
    > > On Sat, 31 May 2003 06:46:32 GMT, Tony B
    > > <bogenboom@nospammingnever.com> wrote:
    > >
    > > > With the recent news, the question now must be asked -
    > > >
    > > > Was Alex Van Halen the best ever?
    > > >
    > > > I believe so. In his prime, he was larger than life - He had the
    > > > craziness of Keith Moon, the signature sound of a John Bonham, a is a
    > > > fan favorite ala Peter Criss, and was the driving force behind the

    band
    > > > much like Phil Collins of Genesis.
    > > >
    > > > His brother Eddie, the most respected musician in rock today, said he
    > > > could never play with anybody else than his brother Al. Without Al,
    > > > there is no Van Halen. Alex also is known for his artistic talents as
    > > > well. He is responsible for much of VH's artwork and production. Take

    a
    > > > look at the OU812 design, it reeks of Alex's talents.
    > > >
    > > > Many people today are revisiting the Van Halen eras and are giving

    more
    > > > and more credit to the signature sound of Alex's drumming. How many
    > > > future drummers did he inspire with those monstrous double bass drums?
    > > > That was some crazy shit. Much like the first time people heard the
    > > > intro to Love Gun and the credibility it gave Kiss and Peter Criss.

    How
    > > > many young players went home and tried that night to learn that

    intro??
    > > >
    > > > On the last VH tour, which as we now know will probably be Al's last,

    he
    > > > went out there bandaged from the head down. He was in great physical
    > > > pain but persisted. Legends grew when it was found out that heavy

    pieces
    > > > of ceiling fell on Alex during rehearsal in Europe. He kept playing
    > > > through the whole song! In spite of all this, Al still toured out of
    > > > love for his music and millions of fans.
    > > >
    > > > Alex Van Halen is a true ambassador of rock. He is loved by the

    millions
    > > > of VH faithful and many other fans. I'm sure many will agree with me,

    he
    > > > truly is the best 'EVER'!
    > > >
    > > > The ones that stand out in order:
    > > >
    > > > Alex Van Halen - I already explained that.
    > > > Bun E. Carlos - Most famous drum intro in history with AIn't That A
    > > > Shame. Nobody can nail this one.
    > > > Peter Criss - No one matches his energy on >Love Gun intro.
    > > > Ringo Starr - This guy played any and evrything and used it as a drum!
  2. It's spelled....

    JOHN BONHAM.

    You fuking reetaard....



    On Sat, 30 Aug 2003 05:27:53 GMT, "dave snyder" <dsnyder6@woh.rr.com>
    wrote:

    >
    >"Kronos X" <kx@nospamever.com> wrote in message
    >news:3F4E72CF.A98B12C0@nospamever.com...
    >> I thought Lars Ulrich was the best ever?
    >>
    >> Oh, that was the "biggest ever" you know what...
    >>
    >>
    >> >
    >> > What was Alex Van Halen the best ever at?
    >> >
    >> > Sucking cock?
    >> > Giving deep tissue massages to his lovely brother?
    >> > Using his drumstick for self-anal-pleasure?
    >> > Giving the worst EVER excuse for cancelling a European tour?
    >> > At telling his lil bro what to do?
    >> > At making Sammy Hagar NOT look so ugly?
    >> > At giving the worst ever interview?
    >> > At giving idle threats - "If you ever say one more thing about my
    >> > family, then I'll kick your fuckin' ass."
    >> > At giving false predictions - "VH3 will go platinum."
    >> >
    >> > Just what the fuck is this scumbag good at?
    >> >
    >> > "A true ambassador of rock" - ROTFL!
    >> >
    >> > Like Sammy said - Al just sits at home all day on the internet and
    >> > smokes cigarettes! LOL at the paraplegic!
    >> >
    >> > On Sat, 31 May 2003 06:46:32 GMT, Tony B
    >> > <bogenboom@nospammingnever.com> wrote:
    >> >
    >> > > With the recent news, the question now must be asked -
    >> > >
    >> > > Was Alex Van Halen the best ever?
    >> > >
    >> > > I believe so. In his prime, he was larger than life - He had the
    >> > > craziness of Keith Moon, the signature sound of a John Bonham, a is a
    >> > > fan favorite ala Peter Criss, and was the driving force behind the

    >band
    >> > > much like Phil Collins of Genesis.
    >> > >
    >> > > His brother Eddie, the most respected musician in rock today, said he
    >> > > could never play with anybody else than his brother Al. Without Al,
    >> > > there is no Van Halen. Alex also is known for his artistic talents as
    >> > > well. He is responsible for much of VH's artwork and production. Take

    >a
    >> > > look at the OU812 design, it reeks of Alex's talents.
    >> > >
    >> > > Many people today are revisiting the Van Halen eras and are giving

    >more
    >> > > and more credit to the signature sound of Alex's drumming. How many
    >> > > future drummers did he inspire with those monstrous double bass drums?
    >> > > That was some crazy shit. Much like the first time people heard the
    >> > > intro to Love Gun and the credibility it gave Kiss and Peter Criss.

    >How
    >> > > many young players went home and tried that night to learn that

    >intro??
    >> > >
    >> > > On the last VH tour, which as we now know will probably be Al's last,

    >he
    >> > > went out there bandaged from the head down. He was in great physical
    >> > > pain but persisted. Legends grew when it was found out that heavy

    >pieces
    >> > > of ceiling fell on Alex during rehearsal in Europe. He kept playing
    >> > > through the whole song! In spite of all this, Al still toured out of
    >> > > love for his music and millions of fans.
    >> > >
    >> > > Alex Van Halen is a true ambassador of rock. He is loved by the

    >millions
    >> > > of VH faithful and many other fans. I'm sure many will agree with me,

    >he
    >> > > truly is the best 'EVER'!
    >> > >
    >> > > The ones that stand out in order:
    >> > >
    >> > > Alex Van Halen - I already explained that.
    >> > > Bun E. Carlos - Most famous drum intro in history with AIn't That A
    >> > > Shame. Nobody can nail this one.
    >> > > Peter Criss - No one matches his energy on >Love Gun intro.
    >> > > Ringo Starr - This guy played any and evrything and used it as a drum!

    >

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