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You don't have to tell me about them - I'm a long, long, long term prog fan - but I always preferred Sylvia from Focus. It's a much more lyrical track, and the time signature changes are stunning. I grew up listening to bands like Focus, ELP, King Crimson (as well as the more standard metal and rock acts). Basically, if there was an electric guitar, some distortion and musical ability, I probably listened to it.
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Well wow - how generic is this? Yes you could put Blind Guardian and Nightwish in kinda the same box (though you should call it something like epic/melodic/opera-metall but there is a lot more going on in europe (just look at the nordics) to just label it EURO ... There is the hole range of metal - from black/death to progressive and aside from a few exceptions every major metal band seems to come from some EU country nowadays ...
btw: nightwish is not what it used to be ... just popish rock ... go listen to some Amorphis, Draconian or even Epica
You are absolutely right. It would have been much more Microsofty to prompt you for where you would like it to be displayed in. But just to be safe also pre-prompt them for the display of the prompting display.
Computers have been intelligent for a long time now. It just so happens that the program writers are about as effective as a room full of monkeys trying to crank out a copy of Hamlet.
He doesn't even have to do that - all he has to do is ask someone to pepper spray him, and after getting past the obligatory "Are you sure?", they'll be happy to oblige.
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