I want to taste those... coffee/energy drinks though.
k11chi wrote:I want to taste those... coffee/energy drinks though.
shinichi'sapprentice wrote:Can anyone access offthelock.com?
JBLars wrote:Throwing this out there as a hail mary: Did anyone else get the LIVE-GYM package for Epic Day? If so, could I get a hi-res scan of the rubber band exchange voucher? (Or does someone know where I could find said scan?) I picked up a copy on the cheap via Yahoo Auctions, but that voucher is the sole missing bit. It'd be nice to have a complete set, even if one piece is a replica printed at Kinko's. Clearly, it's not 2015 anymore and I'm in no danger of fraudulently redeeming the coupon…
CrimsonDragon wrote:By the way, I'm loving their solo albums. INABA / SALAS really made some catchy tunes, while Tak and Daniel Ho's collaboration album really gives off a relaxing Summer vibe. The remake of Rain was a pleasant surprise too, Daniel's piano arrangement certainly changes things a lot.
Folka wrote:I found this preview online
Aerosmith formed nearly two full decades before B’z and, by the time Tak Matsumoto and Koshi Inaba made their joint debut on September 21, 1988, had already sold well over 25 million records worldwide. “Dream On”, “Sweet Emotion”, “Walk This Way”, “Mama Kin”, “Back in the Saddle”, and “Draw the Line” had all long been released. Already commonly hailed as both the “Bad Boys from Boston” and the definitive American rock band, Aerosmith had by then already toured the world, broken up and spent a half-decade without its core line-up, reunited, battled drug addiction, and earned a reputation as both the hardest rocking and most volatile band around. The group’s biggest personalities and likewise its brightest stars—vocalist Steven Tyler and guitarist Joe Perry—earned the joint moniker “the Toxic Twins” as a result.
So distant were these two bands in age that B’z guitarist Tak Matsumoto spent his high school years playing Aerosmith songs in his bedroom, whilst a young Koshi Inaba considered Steven Tyler a top vocalist whose ability and stage presence were to be striven toward. What the two acts undoubtedly have in common is success: both topped their respective music industries, both established themselves as definitive rock icons whose staying power is long beyond reproach.
What’s more, despite the different eras from which they hailed and the ages that separate them, the divergent paths of B’z and Aerosmith would later intersect in a way that would make rock history and prove an indelible moment for fans of both bands.
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CrimsonDragon wrote:BTW, has anyone noticed the end of the opening music intro (when the red balloon emerges from the sea and rises to the sky) for LIVE-GYM 2015 -EPIC NIGHT- sounds similar to parts of Meimei (from the C'mon album)
JBLars wrote:Throwing this out there as a hail mary: Did anyone else get the LIVE-GYM package for Epic Day? If so, could I get a hi-res scan of the rubber band exchange voucher?
k11chi wrote:I just want to say that Stilll Alive sounds freaking incredible.
shinichi'sapprentice wrote:Still waiting for my copy here! Hope to get it by Friday if not today.
@Jd-: I know I'm late into the game but if ya still need some extra hands for the International Showcase Project, I'm in!
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