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Nirvana was the shift music needed! all the songs we loved back in the day
are still relevant, I think we appreciate them more! The 90’s was
If this garbage never existed, there would be no blood on the dance floor,
thanks hair bands, your contribution to music was great.
this was the era when bullying was cool, homophobia and sexism were “rock n
roll” and actually thinking critically made you a loser. *everyone* who
followed this scene were blind sheep. and that has returned with the Core
era, again thanks to hair metal.
Motley, Ratt, GNR, Dokken were the bands I liked. Towards the end of the
80’s, nothing but copycats.
this is not metal, this is gay show
“metal”, I don’t think about this music when I hear the word “metal”. Metal
bands in my world are like 80s Metallica, Pantera, Sepultura, Disturbed and
Slayer. In my world this music is hard rock, pretty much the same genre as
Since when did Rikki Rachman become “we and us” last time I checked he want
in a band, he was a host of a TV show
Which song starts to play at 24:27 ??
Uh the Whisky wasnt the only club on the strip you fuckers. The Starwood
pwned the Whisky you dumbasses.
The song playing at 14:31-14:50 what is that? It sounds so familiar but I
can’t remember it
Nirvana changed everything!
I was actually there for all of this stuff, and I must say these
“documentaries” are a bit on the sensationalist side of things. If you’ll
notice, they also tend to interview a lot of people who nobody knows who
they are, or who don’t matter. LOL. In my view, it was way more fun in the
70’s, in the Starwood bathroom. LOL.
Great video goes to show that once you earn the money especially big money
it’s good to start investing in business and shit right away cause you
never know when it will all end(Opportunities come once rarely do they come
back twice in real life)!! In the end of the video u see some guys who
were dollar millionaires going broke that’s sad really sad yet they had all
that money and nothing to show for it in the end!!
A “metal” documentary? Who the fuck are you dickheads? Glam is the biggest
disgrace to metal there is!
Thrash and Heavy metal have lasted through the 80s unlike glam, and were
not completely overtaken by grunge.
Motörhead, Iron Maiden, Megadeth, Testament, Judas Priest, Metallica
(before the pussied black album), DIO, Sabbath, Anthrax, Slayer. These are
the REAL metal bands.
they claim they got no diseases Pam Anderson has Hep C and Tommy says he
doesn’t have it. she is married to that stupid guy, Rick Soloman,
this is the 80’s!!!!!!!!
It sucks that they didnt talk about satanism in metal during the
i never ever liked motley crue @ 1:39 i know why.. vince neil thinks metal
started on sun set blvr. like really you never heard of madein or priest..
for real. and that is a singer in a rock band. no wonder i never ever liked
What I find so stupid is arguing over genres and subgenres regardless of
the decade in question. Who gives a shit? Enjoy the music or don’t but
arguing over what genre of music it is? Really? Who the hell cares? It’s
fucking music! Damn people!
anyone know what song the guitar is from at exactly 34.55
I got a fake ID when I was 15 that said I was 32, and I was going out all
the time to clubs like Scream, Cathouse, Zombie Zoo, White Trash, Club
Lingerie, and the Whiskey among others in the 80’s, and saw some amazing
shows. I saw Guns n Roses at Cathouse, saw the Cult open for Iggy Pop at
Scream, Lord’s of the New Church, Jane’s Addiction about 40 times and other
countless shows. I even saw Nirvana at a coffee house called JabberJaw.
What I thought ruined that rock scene were fucked up bands like Warrant and
Poison, and other watered down rock bands that moved to LA from places like
Oklahoma, that totally sucked and looked and sounded all the same.
I don’t think most of this should be labeled as metal. Metallica had
released Kill ’em All in ’83, and Slayer and Megadeth came out not long
after. By ’85 those bands, and others like Venom, had established what real
metal was. By comparison, all these LA bands were light as shit. They’re
not metal by any means. Maybe hard rock, but certainly not metal. I guess
anything before Kill ’em All (like Motley Crue’s first two records) could
maybe pass as metal, but that’s it.
Oh, wow! The Sunset Strip! My best friend and I used to tell our parents
we were sleeping over at each others’ houses, then we’d take the bus and
sneak off to the Strip! Friday and Saturday nights were like mardi gras!
People partying on the street! We were barely 12 years old and came from
middle class suburbia, so seeing all these amazing people blew our minds!
Man…those were the days!
song at 25:30?
vince neil got fat