A thread to talk about all things related to Buffy The Vampire Slayer (the film, the series and the graphic novels), Angel, and the whereabouts of the actors involved in them and Joss Whedon, or Buffy studies (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buffy_studies).
I am currently in the process of...
One might find some choices a bit odd but at least the style in which it is written is rather funny.
Guess which song it is about? :D
EDIT published on August 9th
As far I'm concerned, I am not a die-hard collector: I lay my hands on what I stumble upon by chance but I never plan to buy anything "extra" unless it's still new so while it can be found at a reasonable price (e.g the two box sets of albums on vinyls).
I own but never (or extremely seldom)...
I am a fully qualified ("agrégé") English teacher in France, and I have been thinking of translating What Does This Button Do into French, more for the sheer pleasure of it than for money (it is extremely difficult to make a living off translation alone in France).
I have created this thread...
A thread to discuss everything about this new band consisting of:
Jeff Scott Soto - Vocals
Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal - Guitars
Billy Sheehan - Bass
Mike Portnoy - Drums
Derek Sherinian - Keyboards
(The point is mostly not to hijack the thread about Dream Theater ;) - feel free to repost all...
Now that all the vinyls have been released, if you had to pick one side of an Iron Maiden vinyl as your favourite one (or 'favorite' if you live "across the sea"), which one would it be?
As for me, it would be the fourth side of Live After Death (Wrathchild/22AA/COTD/DWYBO/POTO). Runners-up...
Pick three of them.
Of course, Maiden songs covered from 1993 to 1999 don't count. Most of these covers can be found on YouTube. Feel free to mention those I have forgotten.
My choice right now (in no particular order):
"Delilah" - "Wishing Well" - "Burn"
"Travelling in Style"...
These videos are either fan-filmed or shot and broadcast by TV channels. As far as I know, none of those have been released officially (Rock in Rio I has not been used fully by the band; Donington 1992 is from another source). They all correspond to complete or almost complete concerts.