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General music discussion, not limited to a particular artist or genre
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Hank wrote:Drummer is sick. Music sounds like Tranny Hunger and Natty Madrigal with some major tones, recorded between the trees in a dog park Williamsburg. Repeat repeat trance. Zone out and melt the brain. I can dig it.
It's the drumming that ruins it in my albuttopinion: their "burst beats", an intellectualized variation on the blast beat. When I saw them live with a friend we were like "what's wrong with the drummer? he can't play" and hearing Hunter Hunt Hendrix (yeah right)'s lecture on his band's music definitively sold them to me as tools. I haven't listened to the new album, it wouldn't hurt to see if they're still making asses of themselves. Krallice are also in a similar field of pretentious yet sucky Brooklyn Hipster Black Metal ( :lol: ).

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uerltggcorau wrote:My altruism is such that I wish to spare him the pain.
yes, BUT this only works successfully when it applies to someone that shares your own belief systems/"tastes".
in other cases, it may come off as albuttinism. or in this particular case, it may represent alwasteoftimeism.
We're talking about music here (and :clayton: to boot ) "HTFU"? :biggrin:

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uerltggcorau wrote:When I saw them live with a friend we were like "what's wrong with the drummer? he can't play"
:lol: that is funny AND makes me want to see them live.

uerltggcorau wrote:hearing Hunter Hunt Hendrix (yeah right)'s lecture on his band's music definitively sold them to me as tools.
I've heard this guy's mouth has "pissed some people off".
could you cite some links containing examples of this?
I am interested.

uerltggcorau wrote:We're talking about music here
yes, but couldn't we recommend music to others here?
HEY! someone should start a thread "recommending music".

:ponder:

uerltggcorau wrote:"HTFU"?
hoist the flag... up?
hear the fucking uke?
hunger teen force unite?
ham tastes funny usually?
hank's tambourine flings = underhand?

please tell me that last one is true and there is video footage proof!!!!!!@#!

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For uerltggcorau I recommend the classic song The Sounds of Silence.
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hey fans of immature throwback "rebellious" punk rock!

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more on that....but less 'immature' & 'throwback' and more 'aww...member when...?'


coming....





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not sure if it's kosher to actually provide links to said recommendations . since i am thinking outside the (not lazy) box , i'd like to recommend these 4 songs for the guy who started this thread :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MYJKFrR ... re=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bNPhY3ww ... re=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1plcOoB ... re=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lY0lwMAV ... re=related

he had a band for this one , also the reverse guitar parts are done the old fashioned way , by flipping the tape . i'll go out on a limb here to say i have never heard any one come CLOSE to the musicality/quality of these reverse guitar tracks . pual mccartny (4th place) had been dead for sometime when this shit dropped , and faul didnt have the attention span to do it right . jimi hendrix takes third place (nice try kiddo) , well , mainly just because of affirmative action . do you even need to ask who came in 2nd ?

this is chackarochoas cariachiantz thread , correct ?
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oops it isnt chookahoochie carotchaboogies thread , it cribdeath mountains ...



why do i always get those 2 mixed up ?



:lol: :lol:
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again, hey joel!

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hey roark!

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Meshuggah - Chaosphere Reloaded




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cribdeath mountain wrote:hey alfred!

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Little Dragon - Ritual Union
I reeeeeeeeeealy like this

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Dress Barn wrote:I reeeeeeeeeealy like this
I am glad, and I thank you for your recommendation. :D




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joey5001 wrote:Do me! Do me!
hey joey!

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holy fuck i love the isley brothers. i almost always play their version of fire & rain when i gig.
holy fuck i love tom waits. i almost always do this one @ my gigs:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_F0DIJyHRs

here i am recommending the fuck out of either. most of u muvvas probly wont put the shit to use tho.
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Scissor Sisters "Night Work"

uerltggcorau
I can't wait to have a person on this board that I can gush about how amazing this album is!

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hey sharppie (did you know about this?/I had no idea)!

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Idiots and Angels
2008 NR 78 minutes
In this animated dark comedy, Angel is in a battle for his soul when he wakes up one morning with wings on his back and is forced to face his selfish and morally bankrupt ways. Trying to use the wings for evil, he's swayed by their divine influence. As others plot to steal his wings, Angel finds love and redemption in the most unexpected way. Filmmaker Bill Plympton features music from Tom Waits, Pink Martini and others in this surreal tale.

Cast: Pink Martini, Tom Waits
Director: Bill Plympton
Genres: Comedies, Adult Animation


this reminds me... I've had the imaginarium of doctor parnassus
in my queue for quite some time now. would anyone care to recommend
that I watch that one sometime soon?

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yeah, watch it. it's good...would have been 100 times better if that moron didn't kill himself in the middle of making it, but it's decent for a clean-up.

and yeah...saw I & A in the theater...better than parnassus with no dialogue (there is no 'cast')...pretty great.
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hey eviltoastman!

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I am working long hours on recommending music for the few of you that I care to yet have not as of yet.
however... I cannot help but notice that recommending music for ME seems to be very difficult drizzled in tricky.

I hope it is not a dying art, gang.


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k, just for you....and if you're not into it, or you already know it, that's cool...I fail at a lot of things.




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Hey cribdeath!


A pretty great cast of contributors on this album including Blasphemer, Steve Tucker, and Flo Mournier:

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And an EP of fiddle and banjo-fied rap from Yelawolf:

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Tits of War!

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Puppy- You said that you didn't get into the Creatures. Have you ever tried this one
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