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What's your first Blind Guardian memory ?

#1 Post by Andre HongKong » 29 Jul 2010 18:20

Meine Herren,
habe gerade auf der Website endlich mal wieder was neues von BG hoeren koennen. Ist hier in Hong Kong alles ein bisschen schwieriger : Auf dem I-tunes store gibt's keine Musik und einfach so billig aus dem Netz runterladen ist auch nicht okay, schon gar nicht fuer eine Band wie euch.

Kann mich noch ganz dunkel an meine Frankfurter Zeit erinnern : Irgendwann um 1990 rum sass mal ein gewisser Goetz Kuehnemund beim HR3 ( ich glaube damals hatte er gerade bei Rock Hard angefangen ) und hat zusammen mit Till Hofmeister Blind Guardian vorgestellt. Tales From The Twilight World kam gerade raus , und Lost In The Twilight Hall hat mich aus meinen Schuhen gehauen. Am naechsten Tag bin ich mit 25 Mark in der Tasche nach Offenbach gefahren ( mit dem Zug ) und habe mir die Platte gekauft. ( Ja damals hatten wir noch Schallplatten, und ich bekam fuer den extra fuenfer "Rage-Reflections Of A Shadow" dazu, sag das aber bitte nicht Peavey , dass die so billig war;-) )
Meine Herren war die Platte geil. Lief rauf und runter fuer vielleicht 3-4 Monate ?, wenn nicht noch laenger. War ja nicht so, dass Du Dir alle Nase lang was neues runtergeladen hast ! Du konntest auch nicht so einfach in's Internet um rauszufinden wer die Jungs waren und was die sonst so gemacht hatten, nee, Du musstest Kasetten tauschen und Rock Hard lesen.
Beim Kasetten tauschen gabs dann fuer Dream Theatres "Images and Words" eine 90er Maxell mit "Follow The Blind" und "Batallions Of Fear" ... Weil die Texte gefehlt haben, hast Du an dem "Fanclub" in Krefeld geschrieben. Thomen The Omen hat geantwortet, die Texte beigelegt und dazu noch ne Eintrittskarte vom letzten Konzert mit Unterschriften der Jungs...
Wow, dachte ich mir , eine super coole Truppe, und so fan-nah....Ja, damals gab's noch keine BG Facebook Seite...
Wie dem auch sei, Somewhere Far Beyond kam raus, ( meine erste CD ) und die Jungs haben ihren Status als "Meine Lieblingsband" nur noch untermauert... ( Tokyo Tales war ein Schmankerl dazwischen ) ... Dann kam die erste Verzoegerung : Imaginations From The Other Side sollte '94 rauskommen, kam aber nicht da Andre oder Markus ( ich glaube es war Andre ) Probleme mit der Hand hatte, und die CD wurde auf 95 verschoben. Umso gespannter war ich in Neu-Isenburg in der Hugenottenhalle , als sie dann 95 endlich da waren. Nach dem Konzert stand man noch draussen mit der Band, hat sich die Jeans Jacke unterschreiben lassen, billiges Bier von der Tankstelle getrunken und mit BG gequatscht.

Viel ist passiert dazwischen bis ich BG wieder live sehen konnte. Bin damals nach Deutschland geflogen um die Jungs auf der "Twist In The Myth" Tour in Langen zu sehen. September 2006 ? War alles sehr geil, Musik immer noch TopNotch , nur war es sehr schwierig die Band danach zu erwischen...

Anyways, lange Rede garkein Sinn : 95 in Isenburg habt ihr mir ne Jeans Jacke unterschrieben. Meine Mutter hat die damals gewaschen. Ich hab inzwischen wieder ne neue Jacke und wuerde sie gerne wieder unterschreiben lassen. Mach ich das besser in Langen, oder in Tokyo :-) ?


Blind Guardian sind die geilsten, auch wenn " A Voice In The Dark" sehr nach "Valhalla" klingt ( zumindest am Anfang )

( just figured this is an international website not german only, sorry , so here's the translation )

Blimey, finally I could get ahold of some new BG material on their website. Bit difficult to download over here in Hong Kong, as on I-Tunes, we don't have any music. And just simply download a torrent I won't BG's too good for that :-)

I remember long time ago in Germany, when I lived in Frankfurt ( it's where the amazing Ebbelwoi is coming from ;-) ) , sometime around 1990 : I was listening to the local radio and Goetz Kuehnemund ( back then just starting Rock Hard Magazine ) was on HR3 ( a local radio station ) together with Till Hofmeister and introducing the "Tales From The Twilight World " Album . "Lost in the twilight hall" completely smashed me away.The next day, with 25 bucks in my pockets, I boarded a train to the next bigger city and bought the record ( you remember the days with no internet and no MP3, you actually had to go OUTSIDE and buy a record ;-) . An LP was 19.95 and for the extra fiver I had I got "Rage-Reflections of a shadow" but don't tell Peavey, he'd be pissed off they sold them so cheap ;-) ) What a smasher : Day in , day out BG was on the turntable for month after month. Not like you just could download something else the next day. You also couldnt just check the interweb to find out more about the band. No, you had to study the magazines ( Rock Hard ) to find out more about bands. And trade tapes. "Images and Words" ( or was it When dream and day unite ? ) by Dream Theatre, got you a 90 minute Maxell Tape with "Follow The Blind" and " Battalions Of Fear" ... To get the lyrics you wrote to their Fanclub in Krefeld, and Thomen The Omen Stauch sent you back a ( handwritten !!! ) Letter , including the lyrics and autographs by the band on a concert ticket from a club they played some days ago. What a down to earth band, I thought, close to their fans and stuff...especially because back then there was no facebook when you just post a message to your fans every once in a while and done you are...Anyways, Somewhere Far Beyond was released, Tokyo Tales , and then we had to wait for the first time. I think it was Andre who injured his hand which was why the 94 release of "Imaginations From The Other Side" was postponed from 94 to 95. In 95 I saw them in the Hugenottenhalle in NeuIsenburg. After the concert they came outside, where hanging out with us, drinking cheap beers we got from the gas station around the corner and signing stuff...my jeans jacket for example...

I saw them again in 2006 in Langen on the Twist in a Myth tour, but no chance to meet them afterwards.
To cut a long story short : My mom washed the jacket you signed in 95 in the meantime , and I need a new one. Where would be the best place to do this on your next tour ? Langen or Tokyo.

Blind Guardian are the best, even though " A Voice In the Dark" sounds a lot like "Valhalla' ( the first couple of seconds anyways)


so now to make this a bit more interactive : Post how you got to know about BG
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#2 Post by The Rider Of Rohan » 29 Jul 2010 18:34

English please.
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#3 Post by t.a.j. » 29 Jul 2010 18:37

1. Die Band liest hier nicht. Aber wir sind auch ziemlich kuhl. Also, write in english.
Andre HongKong wrote: Blind Guardian sind die geilsten, auch wenn " A Voice In The Dark" sehr nach "Valhalla" klingt ( zumindest am Anfang )
See, someone else thinks that A Voice In The Dark starts like Valhalla!
Told ya!
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#4 Post by Andre HongKong » 29 Jul 2010 18:44

sorry, just realised it should have been in english...

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Re: What's your first Blind Guardian memory ?

#5 Post by The Rider Of Rohan » 29 Jul 2010 19:21

BG hoeren
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#6 Post by T-Fizzle » 29 Jul 2010 19:23

Chrome has that translate bar!

My first memory is Battlefield. I used to fence at school, 2002/3. We were sharing music on the trip to a competition, I gave this guy a WASP record and he played me this song from ANATO. And then "It can't be seen, but there's blood on the green, ONLY GOD KNOWS I'M INNOCENT!" and I was hooked. One of the only times my mouth has dropped open from hearing something, the only other I can remember was hearing Eruption for the first time. Yeah, we're talking that big. From then on in was a total convert and got everything of theirs I could find, the guy I lived next to got very sick of The Bard's Tavern! :lol:
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#7 Post by Traveller in Time » 29 Jul 2010 19:27

Hi!

On 14th of august BG are signing things in the 'Saturn' market in Cologne (Maybachstraße 115).
Maybe that is best way to get an autograph, because after shows you have to wait a bit, or you go to the venue at afternoon, than you can be lucky and catch them at the entrance....
Sorry about my bad english, but the good one is on vacation!

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#8 Post by Andre HongKong » 29 Jul 2010 19:31

Traveller in Time wrote:Hi!

On 14th of august BG are signing things in the 'Saturn' market in Cologne (Maybachstraße 115).
Maybe that is best way to get an autograph, because after shows you have to wait a bit, or you go to the venue at afternoon, than you can be lucky and catch them at the entrance....
not flying all the way to cologne and not see them play ( plus the FC only starts the season the week after ) ... :-) anyone going there willing to mail me a signed CD ? ;-)

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#9 Post by Bender B. Rodriguez » 29 Jul 2010 19:47

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#10 Post by Traveller in Time » 29 Jul 2010 19:56

Andre HongKong wrote:
Traveller in Time wrote:Hi!

On 14th of august BG are signing things in the 'Saturn' market in Cologne (Maybachstraße 115).
Maybe that is best way to get an autograph, because after shows you have to wait a bit, or you go to the venue at afternoon, than you can be lucky and catch them at the entrance....
not flying all the way to cologne and not see them play ( plus the FC only starts the season the week after ) ... :-) anyone going there willing to mail me a signed CD ? ;-)
Ah ok i thought you live in germany, maybe a closer look at your name would have enlightened me.
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#11 Post by The Frederick » 29 Jul 2010 19:57

Looking up what album to get first, based on which song was most popular. Everybody seemed to love "Mirror Mirror", so I got NiMe.

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#12 Post by Andreas » 29 Jul 2010 20:46

t.a.j. wrote:1. Die Band liest hier nicht. Aber wir sind auch ziemlich kuhl. Also, write in english.
Andre HongKong wrote: Blind Guardian sind die geilsten, auch wenn " A Voice In The Dark" sehr nach "Valhalla" klingt ( zumindest am Anfang )
See, someone else thinks that A Voice In The Dark starts like Valhalla!
Told ya!
I actually also thought that for a few months now. It also sounds a bit like Evil Eyes by Savage Circus (the beginning)

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Re: What's your first Blind Guardian memory ?

#13 Post by T3hOverlord » 29 Jul 2010 21:08

one time, I played Somewhere Far Beyond in my dad's car.

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#14 Post by DragonZ » 29 Jul 2010 22:37

I was in high school, in art class. A class mate let me listen to her CD, it was NIME. I thought it was awesome, so little by little I got in to BG.

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#15 Post by Energokinetic » 29 Jul 2010 22:49

It was a raining day two years ago. My brother picked me up from school and he was listening to the bard' song (in the forest) :D I mostly listen to Cannibal Corpse, Kataklysm and other death metal bands and i found it weird at first that i liked it because i rarely listen to these kind of songs, but now BG is my second favorite band (beaten by Cannibal Corpse lol).

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#16 Post by Precurser » 29 Jul 2010 22:52

My first one is of me hanging out with a couple good friends backstage during a high school drama class. We were talking about power metal and they told me to go check out Blind Guardian. I also have early memories of driving around with friends while blasting Blind Guardian music.. :D
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#17 Post by Evil Peter » 29 Jul 2010 22:52

I remember being at a great record store, picking up Tales From the Twilight World without even listening to it first. When I got home I got blown away by Traveller in Time. Amazing that it's over 15 years ago.
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#18 Post by T-Fizzle » 29 Jul 2010 22:55

Now you mention that song, is it safe to assume everyone here has at least heard Uriah Heep's Demons & Wizards album?
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#19 Post by Metal Fan » 30 Jul 2010 00:18

December 12, 2007 I was on yahoo music and And The Story Ends came on. I loved it! So I went on iTunes and bought This Will Never End :lol: I thought it sounded the same.
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#20 Post by Andreas » 30 Jul 2010 01:05

T-Fizzle wrote:Now you mention that song, is it safe to assume everyone here has at least heard Uriah Heep's Demons & Wizards album?
Nope.

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#21 Post by Hedge Wizard » 30 Jul 2010 04:05

Into the Storm, I was blown into the storm. It was..., STELLAR!

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#22 Post by Alija Vila » 30 Jul 2010 14:14

t.a.j. wrote:1. Die Band liest hier nicht. Aber wir sind auch ziemlich kuhl. Also, write in english.
Andre HongKong wrote: Blind Guardian sind die geilsten, auch wenn " A Voice In The Dark" sehr nach "Valhalla" klingt ( zumindest am Anfang )
See, someone else thinks that A Voice In The Dark starts like Valhalla!
Told ya!
I showed the track to my friend (who is an In Flames fan) and he told me - "Sounds like Valhalla."

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#23 Post by Mackasfour » 30 Jul 2010 15:06

One of my friends complaining that I listened to NiME all the time, to which I said, "Oh well, it's freakin' awesome!" :D
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#24 Post by sidbarnhoorn » 30 Jul 2010 15:24

NiME! :-D

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#25 Post by t.a.j. » 30 Jul 2010 16:42

That's easy. I was in the car of a friend of mine, together with him and a girl and they had already been listening to the then brand new Somewhere Far Beyond. I remember that he had a fancy gizmo for his tape player, that was supposed to find the gaps between songs, thus enabling you to fast forward to the next song exactly. Kind of strange to think about this today... Anyway, she was telling him to play Black Chamber again and he didn't manage to find it, while I was looking through the booklet in the back of the car. I was intrigued by the lyrics as they reminded me of the fantasy stuff I was also getting into at the time. The first song I actually heard was Journey Through The Dark, I think. And then Black Chamber, which I liked less.
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#26 Post by T-Fizzle » 30 Jul 2010 17:18

Andreas wrote:
T-Fizzle wrote:Now you mention that song, is it safe to assume everyone here has at least heard Uriah Heep's Demons & Wizards album?
Nope.
It has the originals of The Wizard and Traveler in Time on.
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#27 Post by Celuden Aerwyn » 30 Jul 2010 21:45

This was the first time I ever heard any Blind Guardian song, and it had an impact for life.

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#28 Post by Sebl » 30 Jul 2010 22:09

My first Blind Guardian Experience was within the Game Sacred 2: Fallen Angel. The Ingame Concert was absolutely amazing and I i asked in the forum whether this band acutally existet in Real Life and got to know that they were just "a while" in the Metal business. That was the point, too when i came into contact with lots of other Powermetal Bands, even though BG isn't exactly Power Metal. It was a large step in my personal development concerning Heavy Music.

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#29 Post by t.a.j. » 31 Jul 2010 08:54

T-Fizzle wrote:
It has the originals of The Wizard and Traveler in Time on.
First half is correct, second half is false. Demons and Wizards has a song called "Traveler in Time" on it, but the song on Tales From The Twilight World is not a cover of it. Additional trivia: D&W also contains the song "Rainbow Demon", which has been nicely covered by Vintersorg.
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#30 Post by Led Guardian » 31 Jul 2010 09:27

I think mine was ATitM, in order, then Battlefield and Valhalla youtube clips. After that, NiME got me hooked. I couldn't resist an entirely Tolkien inspired album. :D
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#31 Post by Sentinel » 31 Jul 2010 09:41

It's all my brother's fault. *g* When I was about 10 years old, he came up with a cassette with different metal songs on it, including some stuff from the TFTTW album. I still remember how much I loved Lord of the rings, the very first song I've ever heard from them. Soon I bought their entire back catalogue, got even more hooked, and thereby discovered my love for metal.
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#32 Post by The_Soulforged » 31 Jul 2010 10:20

I think it was Majesty. I heard it in school maybe 14 or 15 years ago and since that day i started to hear to the Bard's!
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#33 Post by Blackened » 31 Jul 2010 10:45

I was totally wasted on a party & a friend of mine suddenly played the Bard's song at about 5
in the morning before I finally had to run for the bathroom.
I slightly remember humming the chorus with my head in the toilet.
Must have been sometime in '93.

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#34 Post by Dorian Falkenmond » 31 Jul 2010 12:24

Same here as with Sentinel even though somewhat later. Must have been around 1999 when my brother gave me a cassette with three songs of a Band I didn't know (I don't want to mention all the "music" I listened to up till then...so much wasted time). There were two songs which sounded sort of 'medieval' or so and thus very fitting to me reading LotR at that moment. One of these two songs was even called LotR (TfT version) and the other one was named 'The bard's song - in the forest'. I liked them at once. The third song was quite different, it was called 'Valhalla' and sounded really rough. I somehow liked it too, but by then didn't really know what this kind of music was called :oops: :lol:
Well since then I've been into BG, got Iftos which got me hooked in the blink of a moment and thus the story began...
Traveller in Time wrote:Hi!

On 14th of august BG are signing things in the 'Saturn' market in Cologne (Maybachstraße 115).
Maybe that is best way to get an autograph, because after shows you have to wait a bit, or you go to the venue at afternoon, than you can be lucky and catch them at the entrance....
:shock: :shock: That is exactly the day when I planned to come back to Cologne to visit my family! This can't be mere happenstance :) Seems like I got something else to do that day!
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#35 Post by LittleMissMetal » 02 Aug 2010 11:15

Bloodstock 2009 - I'll admit to being a late comer to BG, I was aware of them but not in any great detail.

I believe my initial thought by about half way through the first song (Time Stands Still) was "Where the hell have you been all my life?" :lol:
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