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Thread: Current song you are listening to(or the Last song you listened to)

  1. #501
    Quote Originally Posted by snauty View Post
    with Bowie
    oh wait, scratch that. Tina Turner & Queen.

  2. #502
    On heavy rotation at my workplace: that new Chris Cornell one. Jesus Christ! Start posing again please.

  3. #503
    Quote Originally Posted by snauty View Post
    oh wait, scratch that. Tina Turner & Queen.
    Tina Turner and Queen > Trent Reznor without Chris Vrenna

    I guess her shitty 80's stuff makes people forget how incredibly awesome everything Tina did before that was.

    Edit: Oh yeah, and collaborating with Mick Jagger is significantly lamer than anything else he did, although working with Lou Reed and John Lennon mostly makes up for that.
    Last edited by Jason Moyer; 5th Mar 2009 at 08:30.

  4. #504
    BR796164
    Registered: Dec 2000
    Location: Bratislava, Slovakia
    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Moyer View Post
    I guess her shitty 80's stuff ...
    You gotta be kidding!

  5. #505
    Member
    Registered: Jul 2002
    Location: Edmonton
    Quote Originally Posted by Angel Dust View Post
    Track 3 was pretty meh I thought, sounds like your usually ambient/jazz/whatever-the-fuck-you-call-this stuff ,
    Wouldn't call it jazz, since the whole song consists of only 2-second samples that Ielasi probably recorded quite separately from one another. It's more like minimalist techno; personally I love it. But hey, you're welcome.

  6. #506
    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Moyer View Post
    Tina Turner and Queen > Trent Reznor without Chris Vrenna

    I guess her shitty 80's stuff makes people forget how incredibly awesome everything Tina did before that was.
    From before I only know Proud Mary and River Deep. Generic soulrock to me.

    Acid Queen was cool, though.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Moyer View Post
    Edit: Oh yeah, and collaborating with Mick Jagger is significantly lamer than anything else he did, although working with Lou Reed and John Lennon mostly makes up for that.
    Everyone loves to hate Jagger but he's allright. He's the man. It's a fact, and I'm no Stones fan. Though that duet there sure was forgettable. Probably the worst videoclip ever, too.

  7. #507
    Cuddly little misanthropic hate machine
    Registered: Aug 2004
    Location: 4 doors down, bad side of town
    The Rolling Stones' primary contribution to music is that they're British.

  8. #508
    Permanently Enlarged
    Registered: Dec 2005
    Location: I could care...but I won't.
    Quote Originally Posted by kidmystik101 View Post
    Any other TTLG Factory fans out thar?
    Yep. Fear Factory FTW!!

  9. #509
    Quote Originally Posted by dethtoll View Post
    The Rolling Stones' primary contribution to music is that they're British.
    Their primary contribution was letting the world enjoy Brian Jones' music for a few years.

  10. #510
    Member
    Registered: Mar 2006
    Location: Hamilton, New Zealand
    Quote Originally Posted by Aja View Post
    Wouldn't call it jazz, since the whole song consists of only 2-second samples that Ielasi probably recorded quite separately from one another. It's more like minimalist techno; personally I love it. But hey, you're welcome.
    Oh, I know it's not jazz I was merely mashing some genres together in some vain attempt at describing it! While I am most definitely a rock fan at heart I do quite like minimalist techo, I liked the second track, but really don't listen to much of it for some reason. Any recommendations?

  11. #511
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    Registered: Jul 2002
    Location: Edmonton
    I don't know too much about minimalist techno, yet. But definitely explore the 12k catalogue, which isn't exactly minimal, but I think shares a lot of the aesthetic. It's all very focused on space and surroundings. And from last year, Ellen Allien's sool, which I had on my top ten list. Here's a sample. And definitely The Field, which might be more trance than techno, but who the fuck knows or even cares?

  12. #512

    You can check out Ellen Allien's latest album, Sool. Not as minimalist as what Aja posted but it is the perfect album for a sedate electro dance party. It's also one of the better albums of last year. edit: that' what I get for posting on a phone, I guess.
    Last edited by Jackablade; 5th Mar 2009 at 16:50.

  13. #513
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    Registered: Jan 2003
    Location: Yangon, Burma
    Not a case I'm working on, but a friend: Simon & Schuster Inc. v. Full Blast Publishing Inc.; Stanley Kirk Burrell (aka MC Hammer). That's right, MC Hammer is suing somebody, and we get a front row seat.

    This called for some Hammer Time.

  14. #514
    Member
    Registered: Apr 2006
    Location: Melbourne, Australia
    Quote Originally Posted by Sniperfox1990 View Post
    Yay! Another TTLG Apoc fan
    I love that video.
    I'm listening to Filth Noir by Zeromancer
    I've been listening to a lot of Zeromancer lately, very industrial and awesome.
    Clone Your Lover-Zeromancer on YouTube

  15. #515
    Cuddly little misanthropic hate machine
    Registered: Aug 2004
    Location: 4 doors down, bad side of town
    When I'm not listening to DETH METUL O NO I have been blasting Desmond Williams, along with the Warriors soundtrack (as well as the game soundtrack), Houston Person and the mighty Deep Purple.

    ... yes I like 70s music

  16. #516
    Member
    Registered: Nov 2003
    Location: East Coast Elite :D

    jumper cables on my junk

    I've been listening to a fair bit of Children of Bodom (damn you finns and your catchy metal), particularly Roadkill Morning (lol). I don't know if this is death metal or not but it fucking rocks.

    Seems that during no time of day does this song not make me want to put my head through a wall.

  17. #517
    Cuddly little misanthropic hate machine
    Registered: Aug 2004
    Location: 4 doors down, bad side of town
    Children of Boredom do qualify as melodic death metal, yeah, though they seem to take on a power metal element, which is probably why they're so popular. I'm personally not impressed by them but they're by no means bad.

  18. #518
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    Registered: Jun 2000
    Location: Right over here, actually.
    The Mother of All Funk Chords

    A guy called Kutiman mixed together a bunch of YouTube videos (the project site, Thru-You, is down at the moment). They're all awesome, but this one is my favorite.

  19. #519
    Permanently Enlarged
    Registered: Dec 2005
    Location: I could care...but I won't.
    Voltaire - God Thinks

    Rather amusing song with a message I can agree with.

  20. #520
    member
    Registered: Jun 2006
    Location: canaustralia
    Can-Halleluhwah Just a solid riff based jam completely anchored and driven by some very cool drumming. Damo Suzuki on vocals never hurts, in fact the live versions of this song on youtube are pretty amazing just to watch him going apeshit whilst being propelled to another state of being on god knows how much drugs.

  21. #521
    Halleluhwah is fucking awesome. That and Mushroom kick all kinds of ass. And Bring Me Coffee Or Tea. Fuck, that whole album is great, I need to dig it out.

    Ercles, do you know if there's a way to get Shikaku Maru Ten on CD without buying Cannibalism 2? I have everything else on there except that and Turtles Have Short Legs, so it would be kind of redundant picking it up.

    Edit: Actually, I used to have the "Radio Waves" CD which has both of those singles on it, but I seem to remember that the audio quality was atrocious.

  22. #522
    Chakat sex pillow
    Registered: Sep 2006
    Location: god dammit dantes
    Megadeth - Hangar 18

    holy mother of fuck did these guys know how to riff in their glory days

  23. #523
    Cuddly little misanthropic hate machine
    Registered: Aug 2004
    Location: 4 doors down, bad side of town
    Megadeth were at their very best in the early 90s before Risk, the band's temporary breakup, and Dave's mellowing out.

  24. #524
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    Registered: Dec 1999
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    Quote Originally Posted by dethtoll View Post
    Children of Boredom do qualify as melodic death metal, yeah, though they seem to take on a power metal element, which is probably why they're so popular. I'm personally not impressed by them but they're by no means bad.
    I don't know why, but every few years I'll get on this Bodom kick and listen to everything they've done obsessively, only to wake up one morning and wonder why I'm listening to this shit. It's cyclical, chronic, and enjoyable.

    For those not put off by the first paragraph, I just got the new Thornley (as in Ian Thornly, formerly of Big Wreck) titled "Tiny Pictures" which for some reason is STILL only available in Canada. I don't care what anyone says, this guy has more songwriting talent in a single pubic hair than most artists have demonstrated in their entire careers (Yes, I mean Nick FUCKING Cave, speaking of listening to shit music - just had to get that in there).

    EDIT: Also, I used to love Megadeth, but fuck Dave Mustaine and his unstable bullshiting around. I've moved on to the 'other Dave's' band, F5 and they're great.

  25. #525
    Wait, what's shit about Nick Cave again? Besides being generally mediocre/rubbish for about 10 years?

    I'm listening to Rain Dogs. Really no reason/justification needed imho.

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