All: Woah (Laughter)
Jericho: Leave it to me to be the first guy to break the cherry
Bach: Have another brew.
Trunk: Leave it to the pro wrestler over here, huh
Jericho: Its always me
Trunk: Axl, were you into a lot of metal growing up? Where you a metal freak like all of us?
Axl: Yeah, yeah
Trunk: What bands did you love? Like the bands you just worshiped as a kid?
Axl: Well, Sabbath
Trunk: Yeah, of course. Now let me ask you this because a lot of people who come in here, like I'm 41, Baz is a couple of years younger, Scotts the same age.....
Axl: Oh, we gotta get into that, great
Trunk: Oh no, no, no, I'm not asking you that, I'm just trying to get the time line....
Axl: Where's my Geritol?
Trunk: I'm not asking you like that.....
Axl: I need some ensure
Trunk: For me my first Sabbath album was actually Heaven and Hell so I'm wondering where did you come in Sabbath where you into... I got Heaven and Hell and than went back, but I mean where you a Dio?, did you come in on Ozzy?
Axl: Like, Technical Ecstasy
Bach: Yeah, right on, right on
Trunk: Because so many people its surprising they come in, no we stAxlted with Dio Axlound 80 and than we went back and learned the other stuff, so...
Axl: No, no. I had a friend in like 7th or 8th grade who sold all the pot but I didn't smoke pot but I'd go to, like, he had this black room and his dad was a guitar teacher and I'd go sit there and he was actually cool about, he didn't, like, where other people would mess with you if you chose to or not do drugs or whatever you know he didn't, but turned me on to Sabbath you know and....
Bach: That's cool
Trunk: Wow, and what else?
Axl: I was just really into Ozzy singing at the time
Bach: Yeah, you liked Dan McCafferty to though right?
Axl: I don't know, I would listen to about everything, I cant right now trying to figure out what I listened to at the time
Trunk: Where you a Kiss fan at all? Cause Baz...
Axl: I liked the hits that were on the radio, I mean the same car he's talking about I would, like, ride around you know and like sneak up on people at the bus stop, because I had a really loud stereo, sneak up on them at the bus stops and start Dr. Love....
Bach: Yeaaaah, Dr. Love
Axl: Dr. Love has always been one of my favorite songs because they played it on AM radio and if you know Gene and you know Genes world and you think about Gene's world backstage and where his tongue was going, it just, I cant believe they play that song on AM radio back in the day
Trunk: Especially the little bridge part....
Axl: (Singing like Gene Simmons) "You're not the only one I ever had". You know?
Bach: What about Christine Sixteen?
Ian: What was that about?
Bach: What is the middle part? He goes...
Axl: Yeah, I don't understand the meaning
Bach, Trunk: When I saw you walk out of school that day
Bach: That day I knew, I knew I've got to have you, I've got to have you
Axl: And he's like twenty something and he's in this beat up car, stoned, cruising the high schools
Trunk: Wait the best part about that, here it is (Christine Sixteen starts to play)
Bach: Ooh, its creepy
Axl: It is, isn't it
Trunk: And the best partt is out of that he goes "She's been around, but she's young and clean"
Ian: the best Gene lyric though is in "Going Blind" when he says...
Ian, Bach: "I'm 93, and you're 16"
Bach: I know that's perfect, (Unintelligible) is scaring me in that song
Jericho: 63 wasn't bad enough
Ian: By the way, Ed Trunk, Gene will be expecting a royalty check for...
Trunk: No, I just played, (Impersonates Gene Simmons) "You just played Christine Sixteen on New York radio, Ed. I get three cents on that please. Payable to Gene Simmons Empires."
Axl: You'll get that call
Trunk: No doubt man. So what do you want to play? Do you want to play some music? Do you want to talk to some people? Do you want to just hang? What do you want to do? I'm asking the room
Bach: Let's play some music
Axl: Play some music
Trunk: What do you want to hear? Christine Sixteen?
Bach: He wanted the Nazareth song
Axl: It doesn't matter to me. It doesn't matter to me
Trunk: I have the Nazareth song but it's the live version, I don't know if it's bogus or not
Ian: Thin Lizzy
Bach: Thin Lizzy, Hey, I'm A Rocker by Thin Lizzy. I'm A Rocker
Jericho: Do you have that?
Trunk: Yes, of course I do
Jericho: With your close personal friend John Sykes, Ed
Trunk: Yeah but this is pre John Sykes
Bach: Or you know, Bad Reputation could be appropriate
Ian: Bad Reputation, cowboy song
Bach: Yeah, you know Do What You Wanna Do is a great song
Axl: Ehh, you really want to play a cowboy song in the Brokeback Mountain Days?
Jericho: He's on fire
Bach: Nice, he hasn't changed a bit