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Stern's Next Music Pin? (Can Vote For More Than 1)

By ZippyThePinhead

5 years ago

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    “What music theme pin would you like to see Stern release next?”

    • Iron Maiden 314 votes
    • Led Zepplin 263 votes
    • Pink Floyd 231 votes
    • Rush 137 votes
    • Lynyrd Skynyrd 29 votes
    • Beatles 157 votes
    • Mötley Crüe 94 votes
    • Ozzy 87 votes
    • ZZ Top 81 votes

    (Multiple choice - 1393 votes by 904 Pinsiders)

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    #190 4 years ago

    In terms of artwork and stage toys, Iron Maiden and RUSH concerts already resemble pinball machines.
    It would be an easy transition for those two bands.
    I guess Pink Floyd stages did too but not every song like Maiden & Rush.

    I'd love to see a machine based around Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Iron Maiden or RUSH.

    For newer bands, Muse have the most pinball like motif going.

    #215 4 years ago
    Quoted from TOK:

    Anyone mention Judas Priest? Like Iron Maiden and Motorhead, their longevity and awesome art fit right in with what Stern has already produced.

    Plus their stage shows were/are very elaborate and can easily be "pinballified"

    #236 4 years ago
    Quoted from o-din:

    He actually sprayed up over the audience but that didn't stop the shell casings from flying everywhere. It was a free concert in a small gig put on by a local radio station so I'm not complaining. The stage must have been too small for his Harley. The next night at the civic he rolled out on that and I don't remember if he ever broke out the Tommy gun again.

    I was going to say, I've seen Priest quite few times and I don't remember a tommy gun.
    But then again my first show was for Painkiller.

    #268 4 years ago
    Quoted from Jappie:

    My vote would definately go to MUSE.
    Just imagine:
    - Time is Running Out Hurry-Up
    - Madness Multiball
    - Supermassive Black Hole Lower Playfield (Gottlieb style)
    - Knights of Cydonia Wizard Mode
    - Newborn Bash Toy (ok, joking about that one )

    Plus they have great videos and stage shows to copy ideas from

    #270 4 years ago
    Quoted from Jappie:

    Oh hell yes. Very cool videos. And their live performances are the absolute best. Talk about an epic band that's actually relevant right now.
    » YouTube video
    I'm sure this stunt from 2009 could be incorporated into the game somewhere as well :
    Ps. 'Uprising' would make a pretty bitchin' playfield ramp too, don'tcha think?

    Great stuff. I think The Resistance album cover would look great on a lower playfield with lots of lights.
    I've had this "Who would make a great pinball table" conversation with friends a bunch of times.
    Muse seems to be the only band we all agree on.
    It's important to keep in mind the overall package and not just "Well, so & so in my favorite"
    That's why fossil rock & metal come up so often.
    When a band clearly puts lots of thought into the artwork & stage show. It makes it easy to picture what a table would be.

    1 week later
    #339 4 years ago
    Quoted from Fresh_Wax:

    How about Primus.

    Too many silverballllllllls
    Too many siiiiiIIIIIIilllllllveeEEeerrRRrrbaaallllllsss

    #346 4 years ago

    I love Daft Punk but we already have Tron

    1 month later
    #445 4 years ago


    Roller to start off the game
    Get Ready For Love Jackpot Mode
    I Like To Rock Multiball
    Sign Of The Gypsy Queen Special

    2 months later
    #487 4 years ago
    Quoted from Fresh_Wax:

    Wesley Willis machine please!

    The pinball was fast
    It roared out of the orbit like a lion
    I tried to hit it with my flippers
    The game really whipped my ass
    Eat fresh

    #495 4 years ago
    Quoted from Fresh_Wax:

    Rock on Chicago,
    Rock on Quint!
    The funniest thing is I can totally hear him singing this!


    9 months later
    #876 3 years ago

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