I'd more think the US approach to the Turkish/Greek situation would be to happily sell whatever to both sides so as to keep both Germany and Russia distracted to there and nowhere else that Uncle Sam wants to be active in.
Oh, I know, just it seemed too good a joke to pass upWay too soon for that particular song.
Oh, same.And I always laughed at the people blasting it who obviously had no clue as to what it was actually about.
Ian "Lemmy" Kilminster. There are some massive butterflies at work here.I'm pretty sure I should know who Ian is too but I'm drawing a blank.
LOoks like Till has a, a mother wich stuck with his father, and be they moved from Rostock to Charlottenburg. Makes one wonder how that will effect any possible musical career. I mean, he as to meet the others from Rammstein as well to kick off.
Not all is lost, wait until you find out who Ian Killmeister is working with...I'm going to go and sit in the corner and cry now...
Mille Petrozza?Not all is lost, wait until you find out who Ian Killmeister is working with...
Anyone saying Staying Alive doesn't work as a rock song hasn't heard the Springsteen version....So a lot of the bands that defined the heavy music I've listened to (or even played in the bands I've been in - I'm usually the lead guitarist) since the 80s (when I was a university student), and even the 70s, when I was a teenager (Judas Priest, Rush, and Budgie may have also been butterflied away) are gone. Oh well, assuming hard rock, metal, and the other heavy music sub-genres manage to spring up in the ensuing years, you'll just see different bands. Hey, one of them might even be the Bee Gees if disco doesn't make an appearance (or has less of an impact that it had IOTL). IOTL, before they were talked in to performing "Staying Alive" for the Saturday Night Fever movie soundtrack, the Bee Gees were seriously considering changing their sound to playing hard rock, due to their careers (which had been built upon performing ballads - anybody want to hear "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?") flagging at the time. It'd be interesting to see if they could pull off the whole heavy music thing in a decent fashion.
Agnetha Fältskog?Not all is lost, wait until you find out who Ian Killmeister is working with...
Artists and groups that have been butterfly'd so far, (that I remember, other followers may remember more):