Resolved Question: Surnames that end in
Thank you that is all.
Posted on 21 August 2015 | 7:04 am
Resolved Question: How to set up a postcard
I am going to send a letter to a band I live in the US and they are in Scotland and I have no idea how the format of the address should be on the envelope. Can someone show me how to? Here's what they posted:
Ardrhu Holiday Cottages | Onich | By Fort William | PH33 6SD
Posted on 12 January 2010 | 9:49 am
Resolved Question: Onich vs ovich???????????
hello im russian (yay)!!!!& also yugoslavian. i dont want 2 say my last name on the computer but it ends in -onich. and i know that lots of russian last names end in -ovich so i waz wondering is there a diff. or am i more yugo than russian or both.
Posted on 24 October 2009 | 8:10 am
Resolved Question: Who's the better metal
Here are the choices, along with what musical act they were best known for:
Vito Bratta (White Lion)
Reb Beach (Winger)
Matthias Jabs (Scorpions)
Bill Leverty (Firehouse)
Frank Hannon (Tesla)
My personal favorite, out of the above listed, would probably have to be Vito Bratta of White Lion. I mean, I've never heard anyone play metal quite like Bratta did. If you've never heard White Lion's cover of "Radar Love," I highly recommend that you check it out on YouTube--the guitar work is outstanding. Also, their tribute to SRV, "Blue Monday," is a great song with great guitar work as well! 80'S MAN out of the cellar: I completely forgot to put Warren DeMartini on this list--he's one of my favorite rock guitarists! I can't believe I forgot him. Dad's found yer scoo'er: You really aren't impressed by Vito Bratta's guitar playing? Now, are you deaf or do you like something more along the lines of Europe? You need some guitar work in your life--bring on the Vito! dungeonmistress: Yngwie Malmsteen is no longer that good...plus, he wasn't one of the choices. And trust me, I left him out for a reason. Oh, and Malmsteen is highly overrated. A lot of his newer stuff sounds the same. onich: Personally, I feel that Slash is overrated, though I still don't think he's a bad guitarist.
If you listen to "Sweet Child O' Mine," you can hear some Pete Ham influence during the solo parts. I'm guessing you've never heard of Pete Ham though. So you know, he was the guitarist of the classic rock band, Badfinger. One of my all-time favorites. No offence, but Jimmy Page is definitely not the greatest guitarist of all time! I mean, he was great but, technically, there are much better guitarists out there, such as Steve Vai. I spelled, "Offense," wrong...sorry about that.
Posted on 16 September 2008 | 9:05 pm
Resolved Question: Where to stay in glen coe
I'm looking to find the best area to stay in around the Glen Coe area of the scottish highlands, including recommendations for nice B&B's. Actually Glencoe the village is one word, but Glen Coe the Glen where glen coe is situated is two words.
Posted on 24 February 2008 | 3:22 am