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Old 06-24-2010, 03:02 AM
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Thought i would make this as i wonder what bands all of you guys like ?

It will be quite the thread as it could help me find bands i would have normally never found haha.

Now i love all types of music currently my favourite band are Pendulum mainly because there new Album is beyond EPIC !

I have a soft spot for classical music, Spanish, Swedish and Japanese music.

So what about you ?
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Old 06-24-2010, 05:36 AM
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Thought i would make this as i wonder what bands all of you guys like ?

It will be quite the thread as it could help me find bands i would have normally never found haha.

Now i love all types of music currently my favourite band are Pendulum mainly because there new Album is beyond EPIC !

I have a soft spot for classical music, Spanish, Swedish and Japanese music.

So what about you ?
I could recommend some Swedish music.

Helt Off - Babylonsjukan - Swedish reggae from my home-area.

Timbuktu ft. Peps Persson - Dynamit - Timbuktu (sings in Helt Off aswell) and Peps Persson (Swedish reggae-god). Real good shitz!

Hellacopters - Sent en Lördag Kväll - Swedish rock 'n roll band covers Nationalteatern's epic song "Sent en Lördag Kväll".
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Old 06-24-2010, 11:32 AM
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Now i love all types of music currently my favourite band are Pendulum mainly because there new Album is beyond EPIC !
Yes it is. Immersion is so fucking sweet. I'm actually going to see them on friday in one week at the Hove festival.

My top stuff would be anything by Christian Älvestam and various melodic death metal stuff
Usually finnish or swedish. Don't care much for american metal, except for a few good bands
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Old 06-29-2010, 12:01 PM
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Thought i would share my favourite song of all time well the one that i remember the most and never stop loving no matter how many times i listen to it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGbRpdCRwt0

Its the perfect dance tune and it chills me out.
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Luna Sea and Siam Shade are my top picks for Japanese music. Dir en Grey up until and including the Vulgar album (I haven't heard anything by them after that ). These are all older bands, but they're legendary.

And of course, hide, be it with x-japan, spread beaver, or solo.
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Old 08-09-2010, 10:55 PM
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My musical tastes are all pretty much techno or stuff that died out decades ago so I can't really add much here, but...The Sword's Age of Winters got me just for being brutal without getting stuck in the screamo style or going overboard with metalhead (Metallica) bs posing.

Other than that, Jazz and Blues up to and including some Miles Davis (when he's not doing shit that's way too experimental to sound good when you're just chilling in the evening).
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Sometimes I forget just how many Europaens are on this forum.


Also this
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofRlbwJ6tlM (swearing and shite, don't scar the little ones!)

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Old 08-10-2010, 12:52 AM
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Also this
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofRlbwJ6tlM (swearing and shite, don't scar the little ones!)
What the fuck did you put into my head? Now all I can think of is a gangsta in a pink miniskirt dancing down the street with a ghetto blaster in one hand and a glock in the other.

And the sad part is, it's a damn good mashup too...
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Old 08-10-2010, 04:50 AM
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Protest the Hero- Bloodmeat
Protest the Hero- Bone Marrow
Protest the Hero- Wretch
Protest the Hero - Limb from Limb

Such colorful titles, how can you not like them immediately?

The Faceless- Planetary Duality II <- I actually hate the singer in this band, I cant stand the grunting drone, but the drumming is amazing.
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Old 08-10-2010, 05:51 AM
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These are just a few of my fav songs by my fav bands. Some of these bands should get a LOT more attention then they have.

Adema: Immortal
Alestorm: Captain Morgan's Revenge
Anthrax: Indians
Audioslave: Exploder
Avenged Sevenfold: A Little Piece of Heaven
Cake: Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps
Clutch: Big News I
Dethklok: Bloodlines
Jose Gonzalez: Far Away
Metallica: Harvester of Sorrow
Nine Inch Nails: Head Like a Hole
Nirvana: Lithium
Pantera: Cemetery Gates
Quarashi: Baseline
Queen: Don't Stop Me Now
Queens of the Stone Age: Go With the Flow
Rage Against the Machine: Killing in the Name
Red Hot Chili Peppers: Under the Bridge
Slayer: Angel of Death
Audioslave: Spoonman
System of a Down: Toxicity
Tool: Vicarious
Velvet Revolver: Slither
Weezer: Say it Ain't So
The White Stripes: The Hardest Button to Button
ZZ Top: La Grange
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Old 08-10-2010, 06:14 AM
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What the fuck did you put into my head? Now all I can think of is a gangsta in a pink miniskirt dancing down the street with a ghetto blaster in one hand and a glock in the other.

And the sad part is, it's a damn good mashup too...
It's in my barren-ass youtube folder.
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Old 08-10-2010, 06:33 AM
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I listen to a mix of metal, grunge, post-grunge, alternative, and punk. Not lame ass "punk rock lite" bands like Fall Out Boy or whatever, I mean the real heavyweights of punk.
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Old 08-10-2010, 06:48 AM
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It's in my barren-ass youtube folder.
Intersting stuff...

And @Jigsaw - Most of those are old school songs/bands who definitely had their day in the sun. I saw Cake in 06' for instance (great show by the way) and I've been itching to see Dethklok perform live for quite some time. Really, if you haven't listened to 95% of that discography you just dropped then you're either living in a hole or hate anything that could be considered even remotely mainstream (aka a Hipster Douche).

Wait I just called Cake old school...wow that's saying something.

Now if you want bands that are criminally underrepresented in the scene, go to any smaller Rap or Indie label and you'll see dozens upon dozens. For instance, Doomtree records was completely unknown until a few years ago, but they have some of the best rappers alive because they've collected people from outside the "gangsta" system of hyping yourself to be some kind of rich dickwad.
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Old 08-10-2010, 07:17 AM
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It's true dammit.
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Now if you want bands that are criminally underrepresented in the scene, go to any smaller Rap or Indie label and you'll see dozens upon dozens.
RA the Rugged Man is a vastly under-represented rapper in my eyes, he may be slightly famous now but no where near where he should be.

But I kind of think he does it on purpose, after all if he were to have money and fame what would he rap about?

The man made records with Biggie Smalls. Youd think that alone would have made him popular and yet he managed to escape to the underground.
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Old 08-10-2010, 07:39 AM
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It's true dammit.
I'm in the same boat, so I just find good compilation lists and surf them every once in awhile to assuage whatever my current tastes are. Currently (because of this thread) I'm on a Soulquarian bent.
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RA the Rugged Man is a vastly under-represented rapper in my eyes, he may be slightly famous now but no where near where he should be.

But I kind of think he does it on purpose, after all if he were to have money and fame what would he rap about?

The man made records with Biggie Smalls. Youd think that alone would have made him popular and yet he managed to escape to the underground.
That's kind of the point though, the best aren't rapping for the money, it's to bring their community's problems to light. It's news with a beat and a bias. Some people took it as their bible, and like any religion, others took that bible and sold it off for profit. Rugged seems to have managed to avoid becoming the salesman that so many others seem to have embraced to the point of gluttony.
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Awwww...Yuber, you edited out all of your porn.

I just started listening to this band called 10 Years. I'm liking them. Also, Flyleaf might not suck as hard as I thought they did.
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Awwww...Yuber, you edited out all of your porn.

I just started listening to this band called 10 Years. I'm liking them. Also, Flyleaf might not suck as hard as I thought they did.
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Ah, indeed it is. Good on you, then.
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If anyone under 25 has a porn collection stored/hyperlinked in this day and age I'd bitch slap them. There is no reason to incriminate yourself with your significant other by keeping it around when the web probably has a thousand times whatever you desire stored and pretty much free.
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Psh; I have a subscription that gets me DvDs and magazines sent out once a month, and I can order anything I want in addition to that.


But this isn't about music. I know my taste in music isn't shared by a lot of you, but is anyone kinda annoyed at Sick Puppies for changing their sound like every damn album?
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You've never been to Newgrounds or something?
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I'm just oldschool like that. I don't like internet porn, because in my experience with internet porn comes internet STDs.
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That's kind of the point though, the best aren't rapping for the money, it's to bring their community's problems to light. It's news with a beat and a bias. Some people took it as their bible, and like any religion, others took that bible and sold it off for profit. Rugged seems to have managed to avoid becoming the salesman that so many others seem to have embraced to the point of gluttony.
One of my favorite lines from him is "What you rappin is my life, you dont live that shit." which pretty much sums it up. I cant stand when rappers talk about how hard it was coming up while they are decked out in diamonds worth more then my house.
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