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Dumber than a bag full of hammers, but God love her.... :cheers:

Godd Job GOD LOVES her....Huh?

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Honestly, while they meant it as a parody, I think Robot Chicken's rendition of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn as an opera was fairly good opera.

I don't know whether to be ashamed of that opinion or not.

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BOOM. That's all you need to know.

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BOOM-BOOM.

Honestly, while they meant it as a parody, I think Robot Chicken's rendition of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn as an opera was fairly good opera.

THE MOAIS ARE GREAT FANS OF OPERA.

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MOAI VINCENT HAS SPOKEN.

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Honestly, while they meant it as a parody, I think Robot Chicken's rendition of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn as an opera was fairly good opera.

Robot Chicken is AWESOME.

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"Kill da wabbit, KILL DA WAABBBBIT!"

Fudd really scored points among you metal fans with the viking helmet, huh?

On the genetic tree of music, really steely hard rock generally is assumed as coming from the rest of rock and roll, up through the early stages of Rock n' Roll in the pastel, fins-and-chrome era. But really, Richard Wager must have had a greater impact on current metal than anything Elvis did. "Jailhouse Rock" has little to inform metal like an Opera about the death of the norse gods, the destruction of Valhalla, and...well, generally, a buxom, braided, blond-haired, armor-plated virago bellowing away about the death of her hero.

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Fudd really scored points among you metal fans with the viking helmet, huh?

On the genetic tree of music, really steely hard rock generally is assumed as coming from the rest of rock and roll, up through the early stages of Rock n' Roll in the pastel, fins-and-chrome era. But really, Richard Wager must have had a greater impact on current metal than anything Elvis did. "Jailhouse Rock" has little to inform metal like an Opera about the death of the norse gods, the destruction of Valhalla, and...well, generally, a buxom, braided, blond-haired, armor-plated virago bellowing away about the death of her hero.

Speaking of which; :bandhead2:

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In regards to Elvis and Heavy Metal, I could never really see a connection, except for Glenn Danzig maybe?

Cheers,

Alby

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Fixed it.

THE GREATNESS THAT WAS WELCOME BACK KOTTER IS NOT TO BE TRIFLED WITH.

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MONAAAAA!

THE MOAIS HAVE THE T-SHIRT.

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MOAI VINCENT HAS SPOKEN.

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THE GREATNESS THAT WAS WELCOME BACK KOTTER IS NOT TO BE TRIFLED WITH.

THE MOAIS HAVE THE T-SHIRT.

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MOAI VINCENT HAS SPOKEN.

METHINKETH Moai has lost it now !! :thumbsup:

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Methinketh Moai probably never had it..... :)

Regards,

Murph

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