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Author:  randyrhoadsfan1 [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 4:56 am ]
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:cry: ,ok iron I give up you win,just one more and I'll submit



What rock star was arrested in Flordia for obscenity on March 1st,1969

Author:  ironface166 [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:05 am ]
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randyrhoadsfan1 wrote:
:cry: ,ok iron I give up you win,just one more and I'll submit

What rock star was arrested in Flordia for obscenity on March 1st,1969


:? Jim Morrison?

Author:  randyrhoadsfan1 [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:08 am ]
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........................... :( yeah,your right.......I submit to your knowledge iron

Author:  Jeepman [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:12 am ]
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I wanna try to "Stump the Iron." :lol: Which guitarist/songwriter does the song "Beyond The Universe?"

Author:  ironface166 [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:20 am ]
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Jeepman wrote:
I wanna try to "Stump the Iron." :lol: Which guitarist/songwriter does the song "Beyond The Universe?"


Well, I gotta tell ya, I'm not totally aware of every song title out there by every hard rock/metal band. And this one is not ringing any bells! :shock: :lol: You win! You've "stumped the Iron!!" :lol: Sorry, no chicks will be getting naked for ya for this one man! :lol: :lol:

Now just tell me what STRYPER stands for and we'll call it even. :lol: :wink:

BTW-What was the answer to the guitarist/songwriter? :?

Author:  randyrhoadsfan1 [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:30 am ]
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:cry: :( :shock: :evil: :twisted: ,I asked how many question's and Jeepman asked one and stumped Iron,I should have asked questions like that.

Author:  Jeepman [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:30 am ]
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ironface166 wrote:
Jeepman wrote:
I wanna try to "Stump the Iron." :lol: Which guitarist/songwriter does the song "Beyond The Universe?"


Well, I gotta tell ya, I'm not totally aware of every song title out there by every hard rock/metal band. And this one is not ringing any bells! :shock: :lol: You win! You've "stumped the Iron!!" :lol: Sorry, no chicks will be getting naked for ya for this one man! :lol: :lol:

Now just tell me what STRYPER stands for and we'll call it even. :lol: :wink:

BTW-What was the answer to the guitarist/songwriter? :?

NO NAKED CHICKS?! This has been done in vain. :( Rick Derringer is the answer,and STRYPER stands for................................. :? We're even. :oops: :wink: :lol: :lol:

Author:  Jeepman [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:33 am ]
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randyrhoadsfan1 wrote:
:cry: :( :shock: :evil: :twisted: ,I asked how many question's and Jeepman asked one and stumped Iron,I should have asked questions like that.

:lol: All in good fun. :D I still wouldn't go into a "trivia" battle with Iron. :lol: He reigns supreme. :wink: :D

Author:  randyrhoadsfan1 [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:35 am ]
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not anymore,you are now.He still is the trivia king but you beat him

Author:  Jeepman [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:37 am ]
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randyrhoadsfan1 wrote:
not anymore,you are now.He still is the trivia king but you beat him

Thanks,but not true. I may have won the battle,but Iron would win the war. :wink: :lol:

Author:  ironface166 [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:38 am ]
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Jeepman wrote:
NO NAKED CHICKS?! This has been done in vain. :( Rick Derringer is the answer,and STRYPER stands for................................. :? We're even. :oops: :wink: :lol: :lol:


:lol: Sorry man, I don't have the budget that Stern does! :lol: Rick Derringer huh? Why didn't you just say "Rock n' Roll Hoochie-Koo"? :lol:
I would have loved to have challenged Baba Booey if it was a game of 80's metal "Stump The Booey". I'd have made him put up a chick as well. :lol:

Oh and just for the record..
STRYPER stands for Salvation Through Redemption Yielding Peace And Righteousness

(Yeah, I know that the "And" isn't an "E", but I guess they didn't wanna call themselves STRYPAR. :lol: )

Author:  ironface166 [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:42 am ]
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randyrhoadsfan1 wrote:
not anymore,you are now.He still is the trivia king but you beat him


:lol: I'm still about 26-0 with you and all others so far, so I'm still sitting on a throne with one teeney-tiny blemish. :lol: Like I said, I ain't perfect. :P

randyrhoadsfan1 wrote:
:cry: :( :shock: :evil: :twisted: ,I asked how many question's and Jeepman asked one and stumped Iron,I should have asked questions like that.


:lol: :lol: Like that Dire Straits/Sting one wasn't hard enough! :lol: Yeah, I was so tired from answering all yours that Jeepman saw I was ragged and stunned me! :lol: :lol:

Author:  randyrhoadsfan1 [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:44 am ]
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^I know,I have no right to brag,and with the score you said should be 21-1

Author:  Jeepman [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:48 am ]
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ironface166 wrote:
Jeepman wrote:
NO NAKED CHICKS?! This has been done in vain. :( Rick Derringer is the answer,and STRYPER stands for................................. :? We're even. :oops: :wink: :lol: :lol:


:lol: Sorry man, I don't have the budget that Stern does! :lol: Rick Derringer huh? Why didn't you just say "Rock n' Roll Hoochie-Koo"? :lol:
I would have loved to have challenged Baba Booey if it was a game of 80's metal "Stump The Booey". I'd have made him put up a chick as well. :lol:

Oh and just for the record..
STRYPER stands for Salvation Through Redemption Yielding Peace And Righteousness

(Yeah, I know that the "And" isn't an "E", but I guess they didn't wanna call themselves STRYPAR. :lol: )

No apologies necessary brother. NO ONE has Stern's budget. :lol: I didn't want to say "Hoochie-Koo," cause I thought that that might be too easy. :D As far as I can tell,you would've stood a very good chance of beating Booey. You really do have a vast knowledge for this kind of thing. And the chick................well,that's just extra incentive. :wink: :lol: :lol: Thanks for the STRYPER info. I NEVER would have gotten that one. 8)

Author:  ironface166 [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:48 am ]
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randyrhoadsfan1 wrote:
^I know,I have no right to brag,and with the score you said should be 26-1


It's actually only 21-1. :lol: Not a bad percentage. :lol:

Author:  randyrhoadsfan1 [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 5:50 am ]
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^yeah,I just counted and changed my post

Author:  skezza [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 7:50 am ]
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ok heres some:

1. Pete Townsend was a guitarist out of which band?
2. Who had someone rated one of the greatest of his type, name? (not Roger Doultry)
3. Name which drummer still played the drums and released albums after a near fatal accident, Which made him less abled than us?
4. In sultans of swing, the solo is done on a Telecaster, one other songs by that band, what are some of the solos done on?
5. Who spoke the intro to number of the beast? :twisted:

Author:  ironface166 [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 3:45 pm ]
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skezza wrote:
ok heres some:

1. Pete Townsend was a guitarist out of which band?
2. Who had someone rated one of the greatest of his type, name? (not Roger Doultry)
3. Name which drummer still played the drums and released albums after a near fatal accident, Which made him less abled than us?
4. In sultans of swing, the solo is done on a Telecaster, one other songs by that band, what are some of the solos done on?
5. Who spoke the intro to number of the beast? :twisted:


1. The Who

2. :? What are you asking? Lots of people have been rated "one of the greatest of their type". Are you asking in the band,The Who? :? If so, Keith Moon and John Entwistle had gotten raves, but your question is too vague.

3. Rick Allen of Def Leppard

4. I don't consider Dire Straits part of the hard rock heavy/metal trivia Im into,so I don't pay attention what they recorded with or played. Not a fan. Disregard that one.

5. Vincent Price

Author:  skezza [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 4:00 pm ]
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ironface166 wrote:
skezza wrote:
ok heres some:

1. Pete Townsend was a guitarist out of which band?
2. Who had someone rated one of the greatest of his type, name? (not Roger Doultry)
3. Name which drummer still played the drums and released albums after a near fatal accident, Which made him less abled than us?
4. In sultans of swing, the solo is done on a Telecaster, one other songs by that band, what are some of the solos done on?
5. Who spoke the intro to number of the beast? :twisted:


1. The Who

2. :? What are you asking? Lots of people have been rated "one of the greatest of their type". Are you asking in the band,The Who? :? If so, Keith Moon and John Entwistle had gotten raves, but your question is too vague.

3. Rick Allen of Def Leppard

4. I don't consider Dire Straits part of the hard rock heavy/metal trivia Im into,so I don't pay attention what they recorded with or played. Not a fan. Disregard that one.

5. Vincent Price


Keith Moon was who I was on about, and he was in the Who, which is what the question was. Dire Straits was done on a madalin :D
and 5 was done by an impersonator of Vincent Price even though I have always thought it was VP yesterday on the maiden forum I read it was done by an impersonator

Author:  ironface166 [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 6:33 pm ]
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skezza wrote:
2. Who had someone rated one of the greatest of his type, name? (not Roger Doultry)


Keith Moon was who I was on about, and he was in the Who, which is what the question was.


I guess the way you phrased it as "Who had someone" as oppossed to "The Who" had someone" (meaning the band) that was confusing, but I kinda figured it out by the Roger Daltry (not Doultry) thing. :lol: Got it anyway. :wink:

I'll pull out my "Number Of The Beast" LP and see if they listed anyone for that intro part, as you hear alot of rumors at message boards. :wink:

Author:  gitrdanny [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 6:48 pm ]
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ironface166 wrote:
Jeepman wrote:
NO NAKED CHICKS?! This has been done in vain. :( Rick Derringer is the answer,and STRYPER stands for................................. :? We're even. :oops: :wink: :lol: :lol:


:lol: Sorry man, I don't have the budget that Stern does! :lol: Rick Derringer huh? Why didn't you just say "Rock n' Roll Hoochie-Koo"? :lol:
I would have loved to have challenged Baba Booey if it was a game of 80's metal "Stump The Booey". I'd have made him put up a chick as well. :lol:

Oh and just for the record..
STRYPER stands for Salvation Through Redemption Yielding Peace And Righteousness

(Yeah, I know that the "And" isn't an "E", but I guess they didn't wanna call themselves STRYPAR. :lol: )



Isiah 53:5
With these strypes I will heal.
that's where stryper came from

Author:  Patrick McDaniel [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 7:08 pm ]
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Ok Ill ask another if I may, its a broad question so its ok for a broad answer :wink:

Q: What was Hollywood Rose and who were its members?

Author:  ironface166 [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 8:14 pm ]
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Patrick McDaniel wrote:
Ok Ill ask another if I may, its a broad question so its ok for a broad answer :wink:

Q: What was Hollywood Rose and who were its members?


An early 80's LA band that featured nearly all the members of Guns 'Roses before the name change. Axl Rose, Izzy Stradlin, Chris Weber (guitar), Johnny Kreis (drums) and later Duff McKagan, Steven Adler and Traci Guns (guitar). Became Guns n' Roses, then Traci left (they kept his last name n the band's name, along with Axl's )and Slash was brought in after an audition for Poison.


And on the Strpyer thing, yes, that Isah quote was a factor, but they've said the letters translate into the mentioned acronymn for them. :wink:

Author:  stress2stress2 [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 8:50 pm ]
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Name the Central PA NWoBHM band who appeared on the UK charts briefly and in the pages of Kerrang! They eventually released one album on Belgium's Mausoleum Records in the early 80's.

Bonus: If you can, name the members and the Mausoleum album title.

Author:  ironface166 [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 9:59 pm ]
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stress2stress2 wrote:
Name the Central PA NWoBHM band who appeared on the UK charts briefly and in the pages of Kerrang! They eventually released one album on Belgium's Mausoleum Records in the early 80's.

Bonus: If you can, name the members and the Mausoleum album title.


:? A band from central PA can't be a NWOBHM band, as those were all from Britain. :lol: The info is kinda vague as all I've got to go on is a PA band that was on UK charts and the record label. :? Give me something else to work with. :lol:

Author:  stress2stress2 [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 10:06 pm ]
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I agree with you on the NWoBHM designation. Basically, the band was described in Kerrang! as a US band in the spirit of the NWoBHM.

Good Luck! ;-)

Author:  Follis [ Mon Nov 28, 2005 10:41 pm ]
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Who is Spencer Proffer's son's name?
Who played bass on "Pretty Pack o' Lies" on the DTTB album?


Thanks for the definition, too!

Author:  ironface166 [ Tue Nov 29, 2005 12:04 am ]
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stress2stress2 wrote:
I agree with you on the NWoBHM designation. Basically, the band was described in Kerrang! as a US band in the spirit of the NWoBHM.
Good Luck! ;-)


:? Too broad a field for me. :lol: Let me think about it for a bit.


Follis wrote:
Who is Spencer Proffer's son's name?
Who played bass on "Pretty Pack o' Lies" on the DTTB album?


I'm not too up on producer's (or most musicians. :lol: ) offspring's names, unless they have some kind of claim to fame (or infamy) of their own. :lol: Sorry, no idea.

As for the bass on "Pretty Pack O' Lies", I know your guy Chuck Wright was on the majority, so I'll guess Matt Littell for that song. :?

I'll throw a few out:
What band did Led Zeppelin open for at their debut concert in the US?

Who played bass on Dokken's "Breaking The Chains" LP?

Author:  Follis [ Tue Nov 29, 2005 12:09 am ]
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Damn, You're right!

The second is Juan Croucier of Ratt, right?

Author:  ironface166 [ Tue Nov 29, 2005 12:13 am ]
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Follis wrote:
Damn, You're right!

The second is Juan Croucier of Ratt, right?


Nope. Juan's picture appeared on the LP, but he didn't play on it (ala Rudy and a few albums). The bass was done by Peter Baltes of Accept because Juan's girlfriend tore up his passport and he couldn't get to Germany where the recording was done. Accept were also using that studio, so Peter was asked to do the album. Juan quit the band shortly after due to problems with Lynch.

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