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5-28-2008 @ 4:31PM
"Blizzard might as well choose someone that WoW fans want to see."Um, going with that intent, can someone tell me why 70 Chieftan is playing again? The only groups that might want to see this audio abomination are the deaf and/or tasteless.
5-28-2008 @ 5:03PM
I enjoyed it. I'd hope they'd bring new songs, but I'd see L70ETC again if I was going to BlizzCon.
5-28-2008 @ 6:02PM
God bless you Mike. I can't see it. Some of the artists on my phone now are: Greatest Hits: Classical PianoMindless Self IndulgenceRammsteinDon HenleyPink FloydDel CastilloBlizzard Brothers Inc.The PoguesThus I try not to pideon-hole myself into any particular genre. I'm curious to see what Disturbed puts forth in the next week, as well as Metallica at the end of the summer. Older and wiser, I've revisted a lot of the stuff from my youth "Aces High" (IM) and "Bloodstone" (JP) and asked, "What the hell was I thinking?" and for those of you who need that explained, I'll be brief: It's trite. But 70 Chieftan, they're completely unrefined and completely lacking in maturity from a music standpoint, and the vocals are just caustic. I'd rather PUG Heroic MT with green gear wearers than listen to 70 Chieftan, and I listen to The Pogues. *shrug*Fug
5-28-2008 @ 6:42PM
Preach on, Mug, preach on. Why does "Chieftain" (I refuse to call them by their acronym) even exist?Also, I second the blessings upon Mike. He needs them to fend off the daily Schramm-hate. I voted his comment up, and I think you should, too, because everyone is entitled to their opinion. (But, in my opinion, "Chieftain" is just annoying.)
5-28-2008 @ 10:52PM
Yeah, I love me some Thrash Metal, but they are undone by their below average vocalist.
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