Angry Guy’s ‘less gay’ 90’s break


#1 l3wis on 11.22.09 at 12:21 pm

Love the hair!

#2 Angry Guy on 11.22.09 at 1:12 pm

They filmed this video at Giza, right in one of the tombs. All of the lighting was done with mirrors, reflecting the suns light down the corridors. Man made lighting would have damaged the glyphs.

#3 l3wis on 11.22.09 at 2:32 pm

You are quite the Slayer fan, aren’t you?

#4 Angry Guy on 11.22.09 at 4:37 pm

I mean c’mon, who isn’t?

#5 anominous on 11.22.09 at 9:50 pm

It can be no less gay.

#6 l3wis on 11.23.09 at 6:13 am

I have always been a fan of this group more then Slayer;

#7 l3wis on 11.23.09 at 6:16 am

Okay, this one is bit more rockin;

and it is song about my favorite drink

#8 Angry Guy on 11.23.09 at 7:15 am

Nothing wrong with a little Acid Bath. I was just trying to juxtapose your Smiths post with something a little more manly. Sure, the Smiths were huge in the 80’s, but so was Streisand.

And to your comment Anominous, were you just inferring that Slayer is somehow on the same level of gay as Morrissey?

#9 Sy on 11.23.09 at 10:16 am

More good stuff in this thread, but the comparision falls flat IMHO.

The Smiths are on the same level as only a handful of bands. Bands that you recognize their sound within the first couple bars, even before the lead sings, and it doesn’t matter if it’s an early tune or one of their last.

Joy Division, the Ramones, REM, Green Day, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sex Pistols, the Clash, Queen etc. Like those bands, they influenced so many acts across so many genre’s it’s impossible to quantify.

I’m not sure Slayer or Acid Bath fall into that same category.

#10 Angry Guy on 11.23.09 at 10:49 am

That is a good point, Sy. I would argue that both Slayer and Acid Bath’s tunes tunes ARE easily recognized in the first few seconds by anyone that calls themself a fan. I would also argue that Slayer has influenced just as many acts as the Smiths or RHCP, but most never made it out of their parent’s basement.