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  1. #3101
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tocky View Post
    Okay goddamnit. Y'all asked for this. I gave you a chance but you kept posting stuff that I can't tell if it's a joke or not so here is one for you. Again NSFW.

  2. #3102
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    The problem with rap is that even if it is parody it still sounds exactly the same as any other rap. It does so without any acknowledgement of it's own ridiculous excess in the first place.

    This, however, is how you do parody. It acknowledges and plays off of the stereotype. Not only is it funny but it's a rocking good time.


    I love these guys.
    Last edited by Tocky; 8th Sep 2018 at 02:32.

  3. #3103
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    One more. Listen to the inches. Hilarious.

  4. #3104
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    I've been having a bit of an Iron Maiden night tonight for thee!!


  5. #3105
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    Hell yeah. I bought that album right after seeing them open for 38 Special. I didn't envy 38 having to go on after them. They rocked the house and blew anything before or after out of the water. They were one of those bands whose sound just couldn't be captured on an album really. You had to experience them.

  6. #3106
    Still Subjective
    Registered: Dec 1999
    Location: Idiocy will never die
    So Gunship have a new album coming:

    Dark All Day



    I've not been so excited for new "pop" music since forever. I love the first Gunship album.

    Three singles have been released so far:

    Artemis and Parzival

    When You Grow Up, Your Heart Dies

    And the title track:



    This band.

  7. #3107
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    I'm always up for good retrowave, although I have problems with bands focused so heavy on emulation of the style, rather than using it to reach their own goals.

    Btw., I'd love to hear some new stuff by someone like Neon Indian, who seem to make this kind of music as if it was the most natural thing in the world:


  8. #3108
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    I just wanna crank it.

  9. #3109
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    Asche zu asche

    Sometimes when I need a calm, relaxing song to wind down to, this is what I play. So soothing, so relaxing.


  10. #3110
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    Harp, double bass, and a wailing guitar.

  11. #3111
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    Registered: Sep 2006
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    Cute set of runs with that harp, even if it's mostly used as rhythmic counterpoint to the guitar like you would a piano or synth.



    Harp, bass, vocals, drums, viol--oh, never mind. It's just a decent song.

  12. #3112
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    "all the things I had and lost"



    It helps. For many, many reasons.
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  14. #3114
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    Just so you know, you didn't get me on that one Gray. I saw the Rammstein logo.

    Okay some of you fuckers live in England or parts thereabouts and you are in danger of missing out on the Halestorm tour. It's there NOW! Are you going to miss seeing Lizzy Hale?



    Mygod she is a hundred different women and every one a goddess.

  15. #3115
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    No seriously. This band is there now. I'll likely never get to see her in podunkville but YOU can. How can you NOT love any band that makes THIS song?



    It's just not possible. I'll have to beat your ass if you say it is.

  16. #3116
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    Xpanding my mind (again) with the brilliant Sasha!


  17. #3117
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tocky View Post
    Just so you know, you didn't get me on that one Gray. I saw the Rammstein logo.
    That was only a half joke. Yes, baiting, but also simultaneously completely true. Loud angry shouty stuff calms me down, if I can headbang for 3m43s I'll feel a lot better for several hours. Now, despite all my sarcasm and miserable comments, I'm quite a cheerful grumpy old bastard, and loud angry shouty music is a key element in that. If I didn't have Industrial, I'd be a lot more miserable, and boy, you'd never hear the end of it. Now I'm just averagely miserable, because I have a vent. It helps a lot.

  18. #3118
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    Been digging this for the last week:



    I went and listened to their other albums, but it's almost as if they signed a new contract and got stripped of any creativity.

  19. #3119
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tocky View Post
    I'll likely never get to see her in podunkville but YOU can.


    I'm old and grumpy and I almost never like any new music. This I like. I even went to check the tour dates, but if she played Glasgow it's over now, just four dates down in England.

    [Edit: added Tocky's link from above post]

    [Edit again]

    I just have to add how pleased I am that this has nothing to do with the Sugababes song of the same name, the one that horribly sampled Gary Numan and made me almost as angry as P Diddy's painfully awful Police sample. This is a completely different song, only the title is the same, and much more enjoyable to an old grump like myself.
    Last edited by Gray; 24th Sep 2018 at 15:09.

  20. #3120
    Still Subjective
    Registered: Dec 1999
    Location: Idiocy will never die
    That Sugababes track was good though. Good pop.

    I'm listening to the new Nelver.

    Though if anyone can point me to some more ambient drum n bass I'd appreciate it. Something dnb but as chilled as the minimal stuff coming out of Tresor in Berlin.

    And if you've never heard of Tresor and like chilled/intense sub-industrial minimalist techno, in a bunker, that's the place for you. Or the playlist at least. If you take a name from the guest djs on the website and throw it in Spotify you sometimes get some nice stuff. Perfect for working to.

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  23. #3123
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    We need more of this spirit...


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  25. #3125
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubJeff View Post
    That Sugababes track was good though. Good pop.
    That is a perfectly valid opinion to have, as long as you know you're very severely wrong.

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