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Old 2002-04-26, 02:45
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Re: Donald Tardy

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Originally posted by BolognaSandwich
IAlso, I dont see why people get mad at things like Kerry King doing a solo for Sum41. It gives metal more mainstream attention which is good.


You should have been here about ten posts ago. Every one was mad at King for doing that solo for sum 41, except me, that is.

as far as selling out goes...it doesn't happen nearly as much as people say it happens.

as far as mainstream goes...i agree with what memnoch said.
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