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2 years 3 months ago #163326 by axl whïte
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And I also have to add that I find the stories here very touching. I can especially relate to fizzys musical endeavours although my own journey is different. And it feels really good to 'come out' as it were I guess? Haha Im so gay for anna <3 not joking either, she's the best if you havent noticed yet ;) Aint no mountain high enough!

Listen to an album from a band you've never heard of every day, get enlightened! :)
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2 years 3 months ago #163327 by mrs v. viper
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Haha, I guess Peter can officially add "Dating site creator" to his resume :p

I am gay for you too <3

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2 years 3 months ago #163328 by fizzy
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I listened to your songs on soundcloud, it sounds good man, not my cup of singer but the music is cool!
Your playing is much better than mine ever was, I am not kidding!!!

"So you ask me how it feels to be a stick in the wheel
I tell you honey it feels alright
to be another clog in the wrecking machine
wouldn't even cross my mind"

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2 years 3 months ago #163329 by axl whïte
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fizzy wrote: I listened to your songs on soundcloud, it sounds good man, not my cup of singer but the music is cool!
Your playing is much better than mine ever was, I am not kidding!!!


That means a fuckload actually, because I used to watch your dont care about nothing cober in absolut awe. Never understood how you got certain bettencourt licks down either, I remember talking about that.

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2 years 3 months ago #163330 by fizzy
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haha!

I was picking up the guitar again recently and wanted to go through Pornograffitti but haven't managed to learn much so far :(

"So you ask me how it feels to be a stick in the wheel
I tell you honey it feels alright
to be another clog in the wrecking machine
wouldn't even cross my mind"

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2 years 2 weeks ago #163470 by nage
nage replied the topic: 10 years
Well...
Once upon a rainbow there was this Japanese band (Fizzy knows!) called X JAPAN.
Yes, my story starts with my love for Japanese stuff, eg. anime, manga, rock, metal.
And back in 2008 this Japanese back was making huge comeback and I got involved at this mental forum xfreaks.com where I started chatting to people from wherever. And among these X Freaks was a sweetie, who loved rock 'n' roll and looked.... well yeah, he got the looks. ;D So me, being a music stalker, went onto his last.fm profile and checked the tunes. I also spoke to him and he introduced me to Hanoi Rocks and... *drumroll* Crashdiet!
In June 2008 I moved to London, and thanks to Facebook, by a weird chance, met this Japanese guy (a guitarist) who absolutely doesn't care for Crashdiet, but loves Hanoi Rocks. :D So I had my musician friend and life was great, saw HR play Astoria 2 (basically I was meant to go back to Slovakia in September to do my MA degree, but I stayed in London to see Hanoi Rocks in October... haha. don't tell my mom!)... and then here on the forum, as well as on sleazeroxx forum I met this weird dude.... techwrekkie!! Aaaa...... haha. His name is Alex. So we met up, started that whole Crashdiet UK street team.... flyered around the town like psychos... I got so drunk one night, I just remember telling Simon Cruz's girlfriend at the time, at the Intrepid Fox (RIP, the pub's gone): YOU ARE SOOOO CUUUUUTE. Just wasted out of my face. Poor Alex, he kinda had to drag me to his place because there was no chance I'd make it home alive that night. I was still throwing up in the morning. Hahahaha... Oh gods, it was nice to be.... 22?

Rest in Sleaze.
I love it.
I had a break from rock 'n' roll, just like Fizzy, I suppose. And Alex is going through the same phase now himself. (won't see him here) We're still friends btw. :)
I'm still rekindling my love for glam and sleaze... adding other bands to my playlists (just started listening to Killswitch Engage as I simply needed something heavier).

Certainly Crashdiet brought me plenty good. The memories... my my. Standing on the chair at The Intrepid Fox when the bartender (Kieron; still a friend sorta :D ) put Crashdiet on and dancing it away with another Crash fan (she was some Polish girl, no idea who though) on another chair across the room. It was solid epicness.

Also..... Peepshow. Yes. When I was checking out Crashdiet on MySpace, I found Johnny Gunn there. Obv good looking guy. They were playing a gig in London just a month after I spotted his face. Thanks to that I became friends with Rusty, the guitarist. Took a couple of years but eventually we sort of became a couple... London - Scotland. It just didn't work in the end.
I was pretty pissed off that night Crashdiet played The Underworld - because you left the longer slot to King Lizzard (what a rubbish band) and not Peepshow. So while I was happy to see you play live, I was a bit mad too.

Among other things, Crashdiet gave me friends like Fizzy and Anna! I also started studying graphic design (because wtf to do with my life??) and she was helping me there. ;)
Fizzy, Fizzy. It's a bloody shame you moved back to Germany. :(

I wish this board was as alive as it used to be.
\m/

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2 years 2 weeks ago - 2 years 2 weeks ago #163472 by fizzy
fizzy replied the topic: 10 years
Thanks for sharing your story nage. You never know, perhaps I come back...:)

And yes, I wish the forum would be as active as it used to again :(

"So you ask me how it feels to be a stick in the wheel
I tell you honey it feels alright
to be another clog in the wrecking machine
wouldn't even cross my mind"
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2 years 1 week ago - 2 years 1 week ago #163518 by Sandy Sikk
Sandy Sikk replied the topic: 10 years
Hi there :)
First of all, I've gotta say that it's kinda nice to see so many "old" names here again, people that I haven't seen or spoken to in years. I haven't been on here in quite a while myself, a lot of things sure have changed and I have to get used to everything again, haha.

So, to get on topic again (warning, wall of text coming up):
I think I started listening to Crashdiet back in 2008, I remember my brother and me watching a video by Hardcore Superstar on youtube when I saw one of the suggestions on the right, which was "In The Raw". I asked my brother what the hell "Crashdiet" was supposed to be, and then he showed me that video. Damn, I fell in love with that song instantly. I asked my brother a couple of questions about this band, and he pretty much summed their story up. A couple of days later I was at a record store and I found one copy of TUR, which I bought right away. Christ, it was the only album I had been listening to the following weeks. In the first few weeks I didn't really care about the other record or who the singer was... but a bit later I thought "alright then, I'll give the other album a try. Can't be bad." and oh boy, I realized that RIS, somehow, was even better and I was like "this. this is the best record I've ever heard :O". I still don't know what it was that gave that feeling. I mean I loved TUR, but back then it felt like RIS filled in somehting that was missing in my life. I have no idea how to properly describe that feeling, but good lord, it felt amazing.
From this time on all I really cared about was this music, this band and later also this forum... man, I spent a lot of time here. I mean, I found one of the best friends I've ever had on here (hey Anna :D) and I'm so thankful for that.

I have to say that RIS changed the way I looked at things. I couldn't quite wrap my mind around the fact that the singer of my favorite band (and album) was gone forever. I was thinking about this frequently to be honest. It was pretty much the first time that I started to think about serious matters like this. It had never crossed my mind before but I can say for sure that all of this, the music and the drama around it, played a huge role in the development of my character. From this moment on it was like my "innocent" kiddy-thoughts were gone and everything became much more serious and dark. That's okay though, since I felt like I was seeing things more realistically (later also quite pessimistic tbh, it's related but still a different story), which in my opinion was a good thing.
So yeah, that's pretty much how RIS influenced me back then.
I haven't listened to it in quite a long time now, though... Actually, I haven't listened to sleaze/glam related stuff in general for the last few years. The last time I did something related to this was when I saw Mötley Crüe live in November (?) last year, but that's it.

Hmm... when I think about it, I used to listen to music all day long, every day. But in the last couple of years.. I kind of just stopped. Not completely, but the amount of time I dedicated to listening to music throughout the day has decreased quite a lot.
I still play guitar but unfortunately not as much as I used to, since haven't felt like playing for a long time now. I pretty much completely stopped writing songs, too...

Apart from that:
Well, I'm 21 now and I wish I could say that I'm doing good but that would be a lie. My plan/goal was to study English and Swedish (or Polish, I wasn't quite sure). I can't do that now though, because I left the last* school early, without taking my A levels.. So there's that. (*I had to make a few detours to get to the point that I could take my A levels, meaning I had to change school multiple times because I flunked out of the original school). So right now I'm unemployed, looking for an apprenticeship or something like that, but I have no idea what exactly I want to do... I guess I'll figure it out somehow.

Man, somehow I'm really glad to be back here. Takes me back a couple of years :D

you're north of heaven
maybe somewhere west of hell
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2 years 6 days ago #163521 by mrs v. viper
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Sandy Sikk wrote: From this time on all I really cared about was this music, this band and later also this forum... man, I spent a lot of time here. I mean, I found one of the best friends I've ever had on here (hey Anna :D) and I'm so thankful for that.


haha hey there. It's a shame we haven't seen each other in such a long time :ohmy: I have a kickass place now, you should visit me. I'd come down but I'm broke. My Computer broke and it's pretty much the end of my financial world atm. I can't believe I'm 26 and still as broke as when I was 16 :D So here's one thing that didn't change in 10 years.

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