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    Senior Member Mr. Gear Jammer's Avatar
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    Breaking the law

    Tropical pole vaulting is the shiznit.

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    2-Cyl, 1/2 HP @ 90 RPM slvoid's Avatar
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    I think I found a plot hole.

    They showed the guys walking into the bank but how did they get the drums in there?

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    JOOOOOOOOOOOODAS PRIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEST!

    See? You learn something new every day. Apparently Gibson Flying Vs (and possibly clones thereof) double as safe-cracking devices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slvoid
    I think I found a plot hole.

    They showed the guys walking into the bank but how did they get the drums in there?

    LOL i did not think of that, i was laughing too much at the video.
    Tropical pole vaulting is the shiznit.

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    Probably Priest's most popular and most recognisable song outside of the metal community. Good song, but the video is... well... ahem...

    Hey, Rob had hair back then!

    JP are #1 on my list of bands of any musical style.

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    Non Tribuo Anus Rodentum and off to the next adventure (RIP) Stacey's Avatar
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    and he's got better looking w/ age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CdCf
    Probably Priest's most popular and most recognisable song outside of the metal community. Good song, but the video is... well... ahem...

    Hey, Rob had hair back then!

    JP are #1 on my list of bands of any musical style.
    LOL i agree with ya all the way man.
    Tropical pole vaulting is the shiznit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stacey
    and he's got better looking w/ age.

    LOL Bald is beautiful .
    Tropical pole vaulting is the shiznit.

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    My favorite band of all time. Just browse through "The Song Name Game" thread on foo to see. I've pretty much used every single Judas Priest song written in the course of many, many pages.

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    Heading Out To The Highway -- another great one.

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    I knew what this was before I clicked the thread title.
    Singletrack Mind

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    As an interesting bit of trivia, Glenn Tipton's favorite Judas Priest song is Desert Plains, another song I love. My general preference is for older stuff like Victim of Changes, Hellbent for Leather, Green Manalishi with the Two-Pronged Crown (actually a Fleetwood Mac cover), Beyond the Realms of Death, plus newer ones like Freewheel Burning, and Some Heads are Gonna' Roll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BugsInMyTeeth
    "...either Solar Angles, or Victim of Changes, (ala Unleashed in the East)..."
    Solar Angels is better, but Solar Angles could be cool, too!

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