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what inspired you to play like you do? or what inspired you to play the instrument you play? for me, i started playing drums after i heard some songs from Rush, but changed my style after listening to Tool, i play like Danney Carrey now. (to the best of my ability)
for what ive made in recent times? meshuggah. mesh basicly changed completely the style i make :P.
what first got me into music was korn. i picked up the guitar after hearing there stuff. i thaught it was cool because it was chunky sounding.
The names Food, WillPostForFood.
well for me, what inspired me to start playing the guitar was when my brother got sent to prison for 6 years, i was 14 at the time, and i was a bastard, but once he got sent down i took a step back and looked at where i was going, and it weren't a good place. anyways, yea, thats what inspired me.
to be honest, one song can be the very root song for my first steps. X TV's song "Sadame"
I listen to it still. Only song i've ever heard that i've listened to for a year+ and still not gotten bored of it.
For me it was drugs. Back in the 60's there wasn't that much to do ya know? One day I was getting really high on this puerto ricon shit you know what I sain'? Damn... I could hear jingles everywhere. So I started writing them down with the help of my Maria, since I couldn't write at the time... I had a label men! But the drugs... Maria left me and I still don't know how to write. Have you seen Maria?
honest to god well i play the
i am not shittin u its cuz it sounds like a duck yo i havent made any oboe techno on NG AP yet but i am considering it for my future i think i t would sound neat dood peace
Syntrus keeping it real with fake computer music since 2006
The Madness of Kid Triangle
I listen to anything that I think would take serious talent to play/compose. So I think thats about 90% of the people who frequent this AF.