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Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-05 09:37:50


musik


remember the windows error series lol

Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-05 12:06:22


squashpusher next level beats

whats the appeal in rap music its just repetitive noise and you can barely pay attention and understand the lyrics

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Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-05 15:57:03


"The URbz: Sims in the city" soundtrack
6.5/10

Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-06 20:10:02 (edited 2015-12-06 20:10:39)


Wesley Willis -Electric Ell

Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-06 21:26:16


Van Morrison - Back on Top. Its a classic.

Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-06 23:00:36


At 12/5/15 03:37 PM, AliceMako wrote: Link Wray & The Ray Men

Link Wray is incredible and underrated in both his influences and his position as a somewhat prophetic rock n'roller. Nobody rocked harder than Link Wray did and, on Rumble for example, his licks are so hard and primal. That use of distortion especially would shape the future of Rock n'Roll and (although I'm sure you've heard this) Rumble was banned from the air waves in the 1950s because of fears it would incite "violence." Laughable now, but understandable for a strong that was recorded in 1954 to make such waves of fear and panic, when Elvis was considered a menace to society.

Link Wray was a huge inspiration to Jimmy Page, for example, as you can see in this clip from It Might Get Loud of him listening to Rumble.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LnyY3rJoaZ4

Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-07 07:47:43


At 12/6/15 11:00 PM, Bryan wrote:
At 12/5/15 03:37 PM, AliceMako wrote: Link Wray & The Ray Men
Link Wray is incredible and underrated in both his influences and his position as a somewhat prophetic rock n'roller.

Maybe not so much underrated as just not that well known these days i imagine, you're entirely right considering just how much of a game changer his sound was, hard to overstate the impact he had on other acts and entire genres that came later. At least provided you've ever even heard of surf in the first place which i think for most probably doesn't extend further then the Adam West batman intro and Dick Dale's hava naguila from that Tarantino flick pulp fiction.

I like a bit of led zep as much as the next person, though if i think of surf rock influences something like misty mountain hop would pop into my mind sooner. Then again, jimmy page and thick mids, it's not like you can ever go wrong really.

Of course i'm also listening to the Ventures and the usual stuff by Dick Dale but Link Wray will allways be the gold standard :3


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Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-07 22:48:26


Linkin Park - By myself

Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-07 22:54:43


Pine Box Boys

because i need music that matches my awesome beard.


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Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-08 03:07:17


I've been listening to a strange combination of the following artists:

Cyanotic
Adele
Envy


"Death upon death... Nothing but death in this barren land. Who can we pray to? There are only demons and fiends here."

~The Journal of a Man Who Wandered into Another World

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Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-08 03:11:04


At 7/7/15 11:32 PM, prangus wrote: i'm sad as fuck and need something to keep my mind occupied
soooooo
what are you all listening to lately? I'lv ebene listening t oa lote of Mac DeMarco. Makes me not wanna kill ymself for a litle bit at a time

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWgbO5QkCLI

Highway star deep purple

Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-08 21:39:59


The Downward Spiral by Nine Inch Nails

Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-09 12:32:05


At 12/8/15 09:39 PM, argile wrote: The Downward Spiral by Nine Inch Nails

Great album. Don't get too sucked in, though.

I saw Joanna Newsom's amazing performance on the Late Show, and I have fallen in love with her material.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keke7BGzJPI

Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-09 14:01:35


At 12/9/15 12:32 PM, FinaLee wrote:
At 12/8/15 09:39 PM, argile wrote: The Downward Spiral by Nine Inch Nails
Great album. Don't get too sucked in, though.

I saw Joanna Newsom's amazing performance on the Late Show, and I have fallen in love with her material.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keke7BGzJPI

I've never listened to Joanna Newsom. I've heard so many good things about her though. She's definitely on the backlog.

Also, listening to Buffalo Springfield's self-titled right now. Earlier I was listening to Jethro Tull's War Child on vinyl.

what r u listening 2

Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-09 14:36:11


No Pressure // Justin Bieber.

Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-09 16:04:45


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5ukstws19D4

I'm even doing the dance and holding a pair of scissors like a razor. :)

Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-09 19:30:30


At 12/9/15 12:32 PM, FinaLee wrote:
At 12/8/15 09:39 PM, argile wrote: The Downward Spiral by Nine Inch Nails
Great album. Don't get too sucked in, though.

I saw Joanna Newsom's amazing performance on the Late Show, and I have fallen in love with her material.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=keke7BGzJPI

Yeah I generally thinks it's better a album than The Fragile. I'll try not too get to into it i've got a number of 40 albums in my backlog and counting


They play a brand of music that evokes both darkness and light at the same time. It is, in a way, ambitious and daring.

Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-17 14:52:29



remember the windows error series lol

Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-17 15:01:42


My next door neighbours having an absolute all in, balls to the wall, wail your fucking brains out argument. It's fucking awesome. I'll give them 10 more minutes before I call the cops.

And no that's not the name of some obscure song.

But the thread is called. 'what r u listening 2' and that is what I'm listening to.

Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-17 15:14:52 (edited 2015-12-17 15:15:33)


Stereo * Type A by Cibo Matto

Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-17 15:17:51 (edited 2015-12-17 15:18:11)


At 12/17/15 03:01 PM, gamejunkie wrote: My next door neighbours having an absolute all in, balls to the wall, wail your fucking brains out argument. It's fucking awesome. I'll give them 10 more minutes before I call the cops.

And no that's not the name of some obscure song.

But the thread is called. 'what r u listening 2' and that is what I'm listening to.

"Wail Your Fucking Brains Out" sounds like it could be an obscure punk or hardcore song.

Or screamo, obviously.

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Response to what r u listening 2 2015-12-18 10:03:45


I dunno this Fallout 4 dubstep. Pretty badass I guess

https://youtu.be/7ZWU3d3iIBs?list=PLuZADpUBCdIVEAc6m1HygJI8r0xv9JL22