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Sandra,

A woman with taste. Mild for FNM but amazing.

Video too. I love the bit where the guitarist looks at his watch. One of those strange things that just sticks in your head.

I'm glad you liked it.

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Sandra,

A woman with taste. Mild for FNM but amazing.

Video too. I love the bit where the guitarist looks at his watch. One of those strange things that just sticks in your head.

I'm glad you liked it.

RV


Rendevous,

I think I could watch this several times and get more from it each time. The element of "waiting" is accentuated by the fact that  the guitarist, stops, mid-play to check the time on his watch.

When our lead swirls the drink with his finger and then "flicks" the mic, it's like casting it all off. The title: Faith No More Evidence is important because you can't have faith WITH evidence. Once you have evidence, you have knowledge; so you fuck up in the faith department. And it means bugger all anyways. If you've got faith though, people might look at you and say you're fucked because they say you're a dreamer and who-the-hell-do-you-think-you-are-anyways? Messing around with the way things are.

x2 and x3 I'm always interested in gematria and the science of numbers. And also the innumerable.

Thanks again.

Sandra



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You really ARE the Greatest in The World!!!

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Sandra,

SS would be a much lesser place without you.


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I think I could watch this several times and get more from it each time. The element of "waiting" is accentuated by the fact that  the guitarist, stops, mid-play to check the time on his watch.


Finally someone else in the world for who that moment stuck in their head. For years there I thought it was just me.

I love that vid and song. Probably their finest moment. Apart 'Falling To Pieces', oh and 'Epic'. Hang on, I'm ruining my own point. Again.

As for that "Greatest in The World" I can't say I liked it. Ah well. Maybe it'll grow on me.

Peace and love, yeah baby yeah,

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Now then.

Been playing these all day. I have this strange urge to take you to a Gay Bar... W.T.F?

An absolutely Spinal Tap / Band Newsesque classic rawk band...

And it is Saturday night. Well, it is here.



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Quoted from rendevous
Now then.

Been playing these all day. I have this strange urge to take you to a Gay Bar... W.T.F?

An absolutely Spinal Tap / Band Newsesque classic rawk band...

And it is Saturday night. Well, it is here.



RV



RV and myself just like to mess with you and so:

Have a contradiction will ya?

... hold on and wait!!! We're not messing with you. Well, maybe RV is, but I don't think so. I think we're just workin' on the point... and the point involves a helluva lot of contradictions as you can see. But why?

From Michael's "Rape Script" to Cindy's "Garbage Script" and Shelton's "Pimp Juice script"... What's it all about Alfie?



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I love this baseline:



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I rarely share music as my taste tends to be extremely esoteric but...

Electric Wizard, the so-called "heaviest band in the world" ("heavy" in the classic sense, not Slipknot "heavy"). This band's pretty much ruined Black Sabbath for me. The grooves on this particular song make Iommi look pathetic, especially toward the end. The sound is sort of vintage so I think it could appeal to classic rock or grunge fans as opposed to just metalheads.



EDIT: Gotta say I'm loving the FNM love around here!



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Quoted from James McClung
I rarely share music as my taste tends to be extremely esoteric but...

Electric Wizard, the so-called "heaviest band in the world" ("heavy" in the classic sense, not Slipknot "heavy"). This band's pretty much ruined Black Sabbath for me. The grooves on this particular song make Iommi look pathetic, especially toward the end. The sound is sort of vintage so I think it could appeal to classic rock or grunge fans as opposed to just metalheads.



EDIT: Gotta say I'm loving the FNM love around here!


Hello James,

I'm always interested in what gets certain sparks flying in people's brains.

When I listen to this kind of music, I hear a lot of "chaos". It doesn't sound pretty to me, but I'm wondering what people who enjoy listening to it "hear".

Obviously they are hearing something different than me and so obviously they have been "wired" differently.

This is what I'm interested in. The very fact that we've all been "wired" differently. Some of us love hot sauce and onions and some of us hate it. Some of us love dry Merlot wines and others just want a gentle cooler and to go to bed with some chocolate cake.

So yes, my question is, is that if you can possibly put it into words, "What is it that you hear in this music that attracts you? What is it that you feel? Can you put it in words?" I'm really very fascinated in people's differences and would love to hear what you have to say regarding this.

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I appreciate your interest, Sandra. Seriously. I'm so used to hearing people dismiss my taste as shit.

I have very strong reactions to music. Maybe even more so than films. Generally, I like my music in extremes. If I want something heavy, I'll listen to metal. If I want something gentle, I'll listen to Pink Floyd or Oasis. Most popular bands try to capture the best of both worlds and that's never been enough for me which is why I can't stand bands like The Killers. Middle ground all the way. I like dense music in just about all senses of the word. Electric Wizard is about as dense as it gets. I've also always had an affinity for metal in general. The stereotype is that it's all fast and loud which is true for a lot of bands but I think there's an atmosphere to metal that no other music can capture. Consequently, most of this band's songs are played at a dead pace.

It's like the old saying goes. If this is wrong, I don't wanna be right. Besides, I listen to all types of music. More than anyone I know. I like catchy stuff but I also like challenging music.

Hope that does something for you. If not, I can tell you I had an inner ear infection when I was a kid. Maybe that's affected my taste, haha (no joke though, I really did have an infection).


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Quoted from James McClung
I appreciate your interest, Sandra. Seriously. I'm so used to hearing people dismiss my taste as shit.

I have very strong reactions to music. Maybe even more so than films. Generally, I like my music in extremes. If I want something heavy, I'll listen to metal. If I want something gentle, I'll listen to Pink Floyd or Oasis. Most popular bands try to capture the best of both worlds and that's never been enough for me which is why I can't stand bands like The Killers. Middle ground all the way. I like dense music in just about all senses of the word. Electric Wizard is about as dense as it gets. I've also always had an affinity for metal in general. The stereotype is that it's all fast and loud which is true for a lot of bands but I think there's an atmosphere to metal that no other music can capture. Consequently, most of this band's songs are played at a dead pace.

It's like the old saying goes. If this is wrong, I don't wanna be right. Besides, I listen to all types of music. More than anyone I know. I like catchy stuff but I also like challenging music.

Hope that does something for you. If not, I can tell you I had an inner ear infection when I was a kid. Maybe that's affected my taste, haha (no joke though, I really did have an infection).


James, thank you so much for that!!! My joy is connecting with people who are entirely different than me. I just feel like when I am blessed enough to be able to do that, that I'm really "waking up", more so every moment.

You know. when I was young I had a particular experience-- actually more than one experience where I had a particular sensation that was so very-very-very pleasant and (please I know I could easily jump to sexual feelings but it wasn't like that), it was something completely different.

That sensation I can't express in any words. I don't know what it is, but it's so very perfect. At the same time, I've been through a "health crisis" in my life where it's been so bad that I wanted to die and also, I've felt that I didn't want anyone to have to go through that same experience no matter what they might have done in the "bad scheme of things". I just don't wish it on anyone. No matter who they are or what they've done.

What it boils down to for me personally is that I feel that negative forces are a blessing in disguise. They come to challenge us and make us "real". Otherwise, we'd be nothing but binary.

In the future, I will try my best to connect with individuals on the other side of my "wiring" and partake in an experience that we will devise as "real".

Sandra



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I stumbled across this a few weeks ago, I had never heard it before. It feels like it would work in a soundtrack to a Tarantino film, but one he hasn't made yet.



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One more to bring this thread full circle:

A remix of the original Beggin' by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons with a trippy video.



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Anybody here speak eye-talian?



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