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

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    He played with poison in their "post-grunge" period. Very fine guitarist.

  2. #3002
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    Fuck I just love the bluesy feel he gives shit. Something about him reminds me of Clutch only he is more right to the damn heart somehow. In that spirit I want to post this by The Drop Kick Murphy's which goes right to my heart and if I ever get the chance to punch a rich fucker like Trump in the mouth you will see me on the news folks. I'm drunk on a Sunday night fucksake after a wonderful weekend with my grands and that just makes me want to punch those fuckers worse because they don't give a damn about humanity and what it means to have it.


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    he didnt always play the blues

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    Paganini's Caprice #5... sort of. There was some Eddie Van Halen in there somewhere. Very nearly Eruption at one point. Shades of Steve Vai too. Ah. The Crossroads duel. Got to post it now.
    Last edited by Tocky; 12th Feb 2018 at 19:50. Reason: Better version.

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    John 5 did a cool homage to Aurora's monster models. Shit if they are old enough to recall those then they are old.


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    In this post I am going to mention the phrase "happy hardcore" several times, just so you all know beforehand.

    I'm still awake thanks to happy hardcore; it's such a ridiculously upbeat genre, but, eh, it works: it seems to turn off just the right part of my brain allowing me to superfocus on the work I do at the moment. Just a shame there are so many really crappy mixes on the tube touching more on pop (or even moving into sleezy country territory (country hardcore is not a genre, okay!?)) than actual hardcore. Plain hardcore/gabber is better in that regard, because I guess it's harder to turn that into pop (the 4-letter word count is so high that the words eventually lose all value and meaning), and also works as music to both superfocus and stay awake to.

    It seems like the new shit wants to be pop more than anything else (unlike the old shit), but here's one of the better newer mixes (it is very pink, so if you're sensitive to that, maybe go hide somewhere before you click):
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYro4P0ORs0

    Anyway, I guess this is my version of drunk posting, so I should probably go to bed now.
    Last edited by qolelis; 13th Feb 2018 at 01:47.

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    LOL hardcore popped my cherry. How can you not like that? Very techno. Bubbly dance stuff. Thanks qolelis.

    Sort of the opposite direction but I consider this to be the sexiest song I know.

  8. #3008
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    LOL hardcore popped my cherry. How can you not like that? Very techno. Bubbly dance stuff. Thanks qolelis.
    You're welcome, and, yeah, "bubbly" is a good choice of word. I could also add that if one were to compare it with Meshuggah it's like being run over in both cases, but in one case it's by a Panzerwagen with complex hood ornaments -- which you cannot but admire as you go down -- and in the other a massive pink pillow fort (I let you guess which is which). The respective energies are pretty different, though.

    So, anyway, I'm listening to a lot of techno right now, mostly mixes from the tube, like Klanglos or acid Klanglos. Every genre has its time, but, for me, techno works better than anything else right now (be it acid, hardcore, deep or whatever, so long as it's hard hittin' and got a steady beat). It's not the kind of music you sit and analyze while scratching your virtual intellect, but music you get shit done to. The higher the bpm, the better -- so long as we don't move into other genres like speedcore (this one is surprisingly slow, though), which might actually be a little too fast at this point in time, buuut now I'm of course going to listen to that for the remainder of this fine evenin'.

    Edit:
    Moving into rock now, though, with Norwegian Madrugada, which actually fits my mood better today while also taking a break:


    According to legend, one of the members was still holding his guitar when found dead in his apartment. The same guy also looked a little like Bruno K. Öijer, which is always a plus in my book.
    Last edited by qolelis; 14th Feb 2018 at 15:20.

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    On a synth wave kick and recently found the band LEBROCK. This song Please Don't Cry is awesome.


  10. #3010
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    I don't know if anyone has posted this yet but it was the song played on The Walking Dead when T Dog died. Such a sad sweet piece.


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  12. #3012
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    Quote Originally Posted by qolelis View Post
    In this post I am going to mention the phrase "happy hardcore" several times, just so you all know beforehand.
    Thanks for the trigger warning, I almost read the post!

    So, Tim Heidecker (yes that Tim Heidecker) makes music as well. Some of it is funny, but some of it isn't. It's good tho.



    (also did someone post this earlier in this thread? I might just be ripping someone off here, with this great rec.)

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    Add this one to the "late night chill mix".



    Oh it's already on there? Ok ok, shut up, shh...

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    Cool video, cool tune!

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    Massive props to Jesh for linking this to me last night. I'm more receptive to new music when my brain switches off late at night, but the following morning I usually cool on it dramatically. That didn't happen here.



    This is some of the catchiest, funkiest shit in forever. Apparently it's a Jet Set Radio tribute, but you don't need to know that to enjoy it.

  17. #3017
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    Just going through my super secret youtube music playlist to see what cool and strange stuff I've dumped there and forgotten about.



    This too. I have no idea how I find half of this stuff.

  18. #3018
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    LOVE Season 3 had a lot of cool tunes, but I think this was my fave.


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    Now you're speaking my language, Kolya!

    Did you listen to their album yet? It's a good one.

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    Listening now. Fortunately they're on Bandcamp where I buy most of my music these days. Guess I'll have to get that.
    And the 2 Mello album that Sulphur posted.
    I also only recently found out about GZA's Liquid Swords album. Which is good, because I need some new music in my life.
    Now if only my connection wasn't so flaky tonight...

    But not to be outdone, here is "Run from Me" by Timber Timbre, whose cinematic sound was given sinister meaning in the awesome "Wild Wild Country" documentary on Netflix when Sheela leaves the commune and the Guru sends the dogs after her.

    Last edited by Kolya; 5th Apr 2018 at 17:52.

  22. #3022
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    Here's an electronic oldie by "Trio" singer Stephan Remmler, reminiscent of atomic angst in 1984 (which existed more in Europe, for reasons).




    Since I mentioned Trio I'll have to explain. I'll power through this real quick:



    Trio were the first German band who created a coprorate identity for themselves, central to this was musical reduction and the number 3.



    The Beatles producer Klaus Voormann wanted them and at some point he actually got Lennon's widow Yoko Ono to write a song for them:



    But their main claim to fame was of course the song Da Da Da which everyone knows.

  23. #3023
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    After all, it's just a little paper and blood.


  24. #3024
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    Here, have some good old fashioned funk. I feel that Five Alarm Funk doesn't get as much attention as it should. They're great. And Canadian.

    A weird one to start off:


    And a more conventional one:


    Funky.

  25. #3025
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    A little mayhem never hurt anyone.

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