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Old 12-16-2018, 01:09 AM
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It can't be easy working with your jilted lover...
I had a run in with her at the end of their first popular cycle and hated her for years. Saw a documentary on her, and without her 9 to 5 job supporting the band when she first joined, they wouldn't have gotten anywhere. The rest hung out at home all day,while she worked crap jobs to bring in money. Much more dedicated than I ever knew.

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Yes, and his '59 Les Paul The story on that one - https://www.thegearpage.net/board/in...s-paul.193878/
Yeah...no. That's a very old link. Kirk Hammett owns it now, rumored to have paid 6 million for it. He plays it on tour and it ain't gonna be nobody else's until he is gone....
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good band back in the day.....but as irrelevant as fUSC today...
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Perhaps the most amusing thing about FM was trying to keep track of who was bangin' who.
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How many bands stay together for an entire career with no lineup changes?

The only one I can think of is Rush - 40 years together (if you don't count John Rutsey, who left the band after their first album for health reasons).
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Perhaps the most amusing thing about FM was trying to keep track of who was bangin' who.
AKA "which band member is currently in love with Stevie Nicks". Was she some kind of 1970s siren or what? I mean from pictures she's OK, but she appears to have driven men mental in person.
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AKA "which band member is currently in love with Stevie Nicks". Was she some kind of 1970s siren or what? I mean from pictures she's OK, but she appears to have driven men mental in person.
Yep.....

She was an alpha and the pack had to follow her lead.....
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How many bands stay together for an entire career with no lineup changes?

The only one I can think of is Rush - 40 years together (if you don't count John Rutsey, who left the band after their first album for health reasons).

Golden Earring by far holds the record. The core people who formed the group in the 50's are still involved. They have added and lost many folks over the years, but the originals still remain. Back in the 80's a magazine was trying to tout the Rolling Stones as the oldest group.....and Mick himself told them about Golden Earring.....
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Originally Posted by dvarapala View Post
How many bands stay together for an entire career with no lineup changes?

The only one I can think of is Rush - 40 years together (if you don't count John Rutsey, who left the band after their first album for health reasons).
Another group with 40+ years with no lineup changes...
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Another group with 40+ years with no lineup changes...
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^^^ This. As far as I know, ZZ-Top holds the record. Anyone got an example of an older one?
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Bring back Peter Green
and Danny Kirwan
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Believe the Moody Blues core group has been together 40+ years.
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