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12-12-2011 @ 8:23AM
I've got some bad news for you Mr./Mrs. Clow, Meatloaf is far from immortal.I don't mean anything against him or his music, but he is getting old, and his singing isn't exactly what it used to be. He came to Melbourne in September, and the overwhelming opinion was that his performance at the AFL (Australian Football League, great sport) Grand Final was terrible for such a big event. I also know someone who went to another of his gigs while he was out here, and apparently it that much better either.He himself knows this has admitted his voice isn't what it used to be. Unfortunately some things just don't last forever.
12-12-2011 @ 8:48AM
It appears that you've require some education in the english lexicon regarding the arts. When an artist is referred to as "the immortal", it's not because they're biologically immortal, it's because their art is of enough significance as to not be forgotten within a reasonable time span. While the reference is somewhat tounge in cheek, due to his penchant for dying on the silver screen, it's not entirely unwarranted.So you've essentially boiled yourself down to either having a fundamental misunderstanding of the nuances of language, or you're just using any opportunity you can find to complain about a bad show you saw once, on a website about World of Warcraft. Certainly there are more appropriate venues for you to voice your dissatisfaction.
12-12-2011 @ 11:15AM
12-12-2011 @ 10:32AM
His name was Robert Paulson.
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