PASSION (from the Latin verb patior, meaning to suffer or to endure) is an emotion applied to a very strong feeling about a person or thing. Passion is an intense emotion compelling feeling, enthusiasm, or desire for something. The term is also often applied to a lively or eager interest in or admiration for a proposal, cause, or activity or love.
STYLE is the planning that lays the basis for the making of every object or system. It can be used both as a noun and as a verb and, in a broader way, it means applied arts and engineering.
CARE means serious attention; solicitude; heed; caution; protection; charge; temporary keeping, as for the benefit of or until claimed by the owner.


lunedì 16 novembre 2009


Nel 1985 gli W.A.S.P. produssero uno dei loro migliori album "The Last command". Il primo brano dal titolo "Wild Child" è anche il video di questa settimana. Una delle più classiche band metal degli anni '80 e '90, una pietra migliare del panorama musicale grazie al talento del suo leader di sempre Blackie Lawless.
Nel video, ai nostri occhi, buffo oggi giorno, Blackie guida il suo chopper Panhead (costruito dagli Hells Angels di cui il chitarrista Chris Holmes era figlio) nel deserto per poi dimenarsi e cantare su un palco tra le rocce di canyon selvaggi. Un bimbo selvaggio, che settimana prossima il 24/11/2009 si esibirà ancora una volta a Milano all'Alcatraz. Da non perdere. Ci andiamo in moto?
In 1985 W.A.S.P. produced one of their best LPs entitled "The Last Command". The first track is "Wild Child" and it's the video of this week. W.A.S.P. is one of the most classic bands of the Metal age of the '80s and '90s, led by its charismatic singer/guitar/bass player/song writer Blackie Lawless.
The video, funny nowadays, shows Blackie on his Panhead chopper (built by the Hells Angels of which the Guitarist Chris Holmes was son) driving in the desert to end up singing and dancing on a stage beneath rocks and cliffs. He was and still is a true wild child. On Nov. 24th 2009 W.A.S.P. will be performing once again at the Alcatraz in Milan, Italy. Should we drive our bikes there?

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