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05-28-13 10:28 PM
Jacobite I'm not a huge emtal fan, don't dislike it but by the same token its not really my cup of tea.

Christopher Lee however is the man, ex LRDG intelligence officer, ex SAS, ex SOE and was a Nazi Hunter after the war. Not a man I'd want to mess with even at 92.
05-26-13 03:05 PM
Loli It can't be worse than his first one. I have alot of respect for Mr Lee, but I really didn't like his first album aside from the awesome concept that it's Christopher Lee album. So I'll be back picking it up though.
05-26-13 01:49 PM
Dave T Hobbit Mmm... preview
05-24-13 10:47 PM
Kreuger Norm, we already knew he had 'a mind of metal and wheels.' Now we know how heavy his mind metal is.
05-24-13 08:46 PM
normtheunsavoury I don't know what to say...

Saruman's gone metal!
05-24-13 08:09 PM
Septok
Sir Christopher Lee's New Charlemangne Album

http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2013...um-heavy-metal

Apparently, it's 100% metal. Thoughts?

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