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2005-03-07 21:24:08
Guitar Wolf
Eectric Eel Shock
Thieves, The

Guitar Wolf Poster - Exit-In, Nashville - Print Mafia

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Ryan WalkerSend Ryan Walker a message :   i love this more than anything ever x7!   2006-01-10 18:54:22
dennyschmickleSend dennyschmickle a message :   Rather than being a jab, I think it's more like this. A pretty rad comparison of the two.   2005-11-07 17:00:52
deforgeoSend deforgeo a message :   love this poster
r.i.p. bass wolf
  2005-04-01 16:18:46
kathleenturneroverdriveSend kathleenturneroverdrive a message :   Differing opinions is what music's all about, and if I love the Damned but think the Pistols are poseurs is just one opinion. But the fact that the main songwriter of the Pistols was fired for liking the Beatles means to me that the Pistols were far greater a marketing ploy and image band than an actual musical legacy. I'm sure even McLaren would agree. They were Sigue Sigue Sputnik 10 years early. So perhaps in a way, we have the Pistols and McLaren to thank for the Backstreet Boys, the Offspring, Lenny Kravitz, and all the other image over music artists today.
On the other end, the EXIT IN in Nashville - now THAT's pure rock n' roll.
  2005-03-09 01:47:46
perkinsSend perkins a message :   I've questioned the choice of using one band's image on another band's poster before, but this just flat out RULES. As rock n roll as it gets.   2005-03-08 13:12:07
Stainboy ReinelSend Stainboy Reinel a message :   Good job on these.
The Pistols were/are perfect rock n' roll and very deserving of their legacy. great songs with great lyrics that still hold up today. Amazing energy, offensive and threatening to just about everyone at that time. Great graphic look and it all came together at the right place and right time.
  2005-03-08 12:48:50
mnottSend mnott a message :   I will be at this show... with earplugs.   2005-03-08 12:38:49
Tara McPhersonSend Tara McPherson a message :   bad ass.   2005-03-08 12:36:55
grfxmonkey(dave)Send grfxmonkey(dave) a message :   :bang: :bang: :bang: :bang:   2005-03-08 12:32:37
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   Out of those three bands only the Sex Pistols were in fact genius. In concept and execution wether you look at it before or after the fact.   2005-03-08 12:28:52
steve wSend steve w a message :   It's only rock and roll   2005-03-08 12:25:17
kathleenturneroverdriveSend kathleenturneroverdrive a message :   Well, the Stones were. Not anymore, of course. But the Ramones were a good 60's garage bubblegum revival band and the Sex Pistols are highly overrated. With the emphasis on "highly".   2005-03-08 12:16:13
SashSend Sash a message :   man, this whole "Kiss couldn't play or write songs" is one of the most ignorant myths going around.
it's like a mental virus is what it is.
meanwhile, the Ramones, Sex Pistols, and Rolling Stones are like these geniuses or something.
  2005-03-08 05:51:14
ZELIGSend ZELIG a message :   If you can't appreciate "Hard Luck Woman" you have no heart, no ears, and no soul.   2005-03-08 03:18:16
kathleenturneroverdriveSend kathleenturneroverdrive a message :   Equating Guitar Wolf with KISS is BRILLIANT!!! Neither band could write songs or play worth a damn! Except at least Guitar Wolf had the excuse of being Japanese.   2005-03-08 02:59:02
slaterSend slater a message :   nice.   2005-03-08 00:21:23
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