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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by armyadarkness, Jun 21, 2018.
and mine would say the same of me, I'm sure
It would appear to be so. That’s my preferred method, albeit for larger meat.
You mean like, kick drum large... or timpani?
Well there is the ON-J in black leather "Grease" version but hot or not she's just Pollyanna in leathers. I guess I'm just more attracted to the true "bad girl" types or at least those who can fake it better.
As for my "vintage" if I was Brandy I'd be just about right to uncork but if I was wine I'd be vinegar by now.
Oh hell, not in that era. In the annals of "Bubblgum Rock" that one would be a Grammy Winner.
And a lip sync version no less!
For those of you considering adding it to your set list here's the lyrics. You can thank me later.
Middle Of The Road - Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep Lyrics | MetroLyrics
From near as I can tell, their entire career consisted of lip syncing this tune.
@JimmyM I've been looking and I don't see a 410AV, did Ampeg skip that cab? Do you know why? I added a second 212, but I'm not sure what that will do for my rig... I primarily got it just so that I have a full stack, in case they stop making the AV stuff, but I'm hoping that it also keeps the speakers from breaking up as fast.
Any feedback would be appreciated.
Ouch.....it's like being trapped in American Bandstand hell and Dick Clark's hand mic is shaped like a pitchfork.
I legit though, when I first saw the post, that it was a Pretenders cover.
I fear it may become the thread theme song.
I was hoping "Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep" was the band, not the song, and that the lady in blue was a "Cheep" and not a "Chirpy."
Disappointed on soooo many levels.
Now THAT is a great tune that could certainly have a place of honor on anyone's set list.
Well.....maybe not Garth Brooks, but he doesn't hang here anyway.
Hmm. Maybe it's that I developed a taste for the ones that seem sweet and innocent, until they let their guard down and you see that glint in their eye.
I sense a revolt on the horizon.
Well.....that could work too.
I fear "may become" is more like "already has".