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Posted by: JamminGirl, June 5th, 2009, 2:32am



beggin... beggin you-oooh-ooh put your lovin' hand out baabay!

What are you listening now?
Posted by: mcornetto (Guest), June 5th, 2009, 5:05am; Reply: 1


I was listening to this soundtrack today and when I looked at YouTube found they had the entire animation there. This is 'The Point' from the 1970s.  The version I have had Dustin Hoffman as the voice of the father so this one sounds a bit weird to me because he isn't the father's voice in this one. But the father in this one is Ringo Starr and that's pretty good too.

Anyway, I recommend watching the whole thing if you get a chance. It's a little slow to start and the animation seems a bit crude but it's well worth the watch.  It's got some great songs later and a cute imaginative storyline.   It definitely wasn't one of my favourites the first time I watched it but it's really grown on me and it's one of my favourites now.
Posted by: JamminGirl, June 5th, 2009, 6:24am; Reply: 2
Madcon's video was done in 2008. A throwback to the seventies, using real instruments for music. dance dance! I'll check out your video...
Posted by: grademan, June 5th, 2009, 9:00am; Reply: 3
Cornetto, The Point was one of my favs too. "The whole point to the Pointless Forest is that there is no point" still sticks in my head. I haven't watched it since it originally aired on TV. I'll check it out on YouTube.

Gary
Posted by: Old Time Wesley, June 5th, 2009, 9:37am; Reply: 4


I found this group accidentally while searching youtube and this song just caught on and I listen to it a lot.
Posted by: michel, June 5th, 2009, 9:51am; Reply: 5
Posted by: Sandra Elstree., June 5th, 2009, 12:29pm; Reply: 6

Quoted from michel


In this thing we're in called "Earth Time" we see things in the perception of unwholeness and incompleteness - the necessary "hard part" in growing.

The truth is, that everything already exists in its perfect form; we just don't see it yet. Kind of like when you head on a trip somewhere you've never been before. It still exists, only you've never seen it before.

Thanks for the video. And Michael... I'm downloading The Point. I do remember it, but it was sooooo LONG ago. Wow.

Sandra
Posted by: dogglebe (Guest), June 5th, 2009, 1:01pm; Reply: 7
I once had a Madonna song in my head for about five days.  And I really hate Madonna.  I actually got drunk at one point in hopes of drowning the song.

Didn't work.

What I finally did was play CCR's Fortunate Son five or six times straight.  That did the trick.


Phil
Posted by: seamus19382, June 5th, 2009, 1:15pm; Reply: 8
I love Madonna.  Old Madonna though.  Before she got socially consious and preachy.

I once had the horn part from Otis Redding's "Huckle buck" in my head for two years.  There was a lot of weed involved though.
Posted by: Blakkwolfe, June 5th, 2009, 1:53pm; Reply: 9
the red people rock.

Posted by: michel, June 5th, 2009, 2:20pm; Reply: 10
I may sounds like an old hat but there the three songs I currently keep listening:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSG4Cml7HXs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAeuR54DDts

and finally, the most beautiful piece of classic ever written (IMO). If you don't know Erik Satie (1866-1925) yet, you don't know what you're missing.



Michel 8)
Posted by: CindyLKeller, June 5th, 2009, 5:13pm; Reply: 11
I have the same problem, except it's The Kings of Leon band, and this song:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a3Kza-NbmMQ&feature=channel_page

Posted by: Sandra Elstree., June 5th, 2009, 5:48pm; Reply: 12

You guys are a bad influence. This thread is completely filled with reasons not to be working.  ;D Not only am I now stuck with a bunch of songs in my head, I'm trapped in a thread. Ahhhhhhhh!  ;D

Sandra
Posted by: dresseme (Guest), June 5th, 2009, 5:54pm; Reply: 13
You want a song that sticks in your head:


Posted by: Sandra Elstree., June 5th, 2009, 5:59pm; Reply: 14

Quoted from dresseme
You want a song that sticks in your head:




Oh man-oh- man! You need to put in a disclaimer!  ;D ;D ;D

Posted by: JamminGirl, June 6th, 2009, 1:17am; Reply: 15
Blackwolf's wizleby wazleby is up there! ;D
Posted by: Baltis. (Guest), June 6th, 2009, 1:45am; Reply: 16
Lots...

My band, for the most part... But U2's "No line on the horizon" & "unknown Caller" and any and everything Matthew Good. As always... but probably just to get ideas for my own stuff. :(

Also, I find "wrecking Ball" to be one of the best songs in the last 10 years. Incredible song from a damn good nearly unknown band.
Posted by: sniper, June 6th, 2009, 8:41am; Reply: 17
Soundgarden - 4th Of July



Smile Empty Soul - This Is War

Posted by: JamminGirl, June 11th, 2009, 1:43am; Reply: 18


I'm not really a Kanye West fan, but some of the songs on his new album are pretty good.
Posted by: scmower, June 11th, 2009, 9:07am; Reply: 19


I'm having a Mindless Self Indulgence day today...I really should buy their albums at some point...
Posted by: michel, June 11th, 2009, 3:10pm; Reply: 20
Posted by: michel, June 12th, 2009, 5:12pm; Reply: 21


Dedicated to those who love Star Wars... A rare combination of kisch and nostalgia.

I know it looks ridiculous today. But this is really Sarah Brightman and Hot Gossip were the girls from Benny Hill Show.
Posted by: stevie, June 12th, 2009, 5:29pm; Reply: 22
Actually Hot Gossip were from the Kenny Everett show. Man, that brings back some great memories from the 70's!
Posted by: michel, June 12th, 2009, 5:50pm; Reply: 23
If you want to go back in the 70's, no problemo!
Posted by: stevie, June 12th, 2009, 7:08pm; Reply: 24
Brilliant song!  Guns n Roses do a top version of this as well.
Posted by: JamminGirl, June 13th, 2009, 3:07am; Reply: 25
Baltis, do you have a youtube video of your band? I would love to hear your sound.

I have to add two songs that have been playing in my head interchangeably over the week.
First is Sizzla ft Rihanna "Give me a try" and the other is Coldplay's "Viva la vida" (I think Chris Martin's the bomb) lol!

Btw, I hope Sizzla's patois intro wont make you go "WTF?"





Posted by: Muse32, June 18th, 2009, 3:48am; Reply: 26


Simply Awesome! :) Had this song stuck in my head for about 2 months!
Posted by: dresseme (Guest), June 18th, 2009, 11:23am; Reply: 27
I can't stop listening to "The Hazards of Love" in its entirety by The Decemberists.  At first I was on the fence about it, as it's a 17-track CD that plays as one long song, but it's actually quite amazing.  It demands a full listen each time.  Which can be quite time consuming, but it's worth it.  :-)
Posted by: sniper, June 18th, 2009, 3:13pm; Reply: 28
Posted by: sniper, June 18th, 2009, 3:22pm; Reply: 29
Posted by: steven8, June 19th, 2009, 5:39am; Reply: 30
The Vapors: Turning Japanese

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEmJ-VWPDM4
Posted by: stevie, June 19th, 2009, 7:47pm; Reply: 31
Wow, I remember air guitaring to that in 1980, at the local fish and chip shop.
Posted by: steven8, June 19th, 2009, 9:32pm; Reply: 32

Quoted from stevie
Wow, I remember air guitaring to that in 1980, at the local fish and chip shop.


I played the cassette of that album in my car until it was so worn out and stretched that my tape player finally ate it.  Worth every minute!!!
Posted by: The boy who could fly, June 19th, 2009, 10:25pm; Reply: 33
always in my head for some stupid reason  >:(


Posted by: michel, June 23rd, 2009, 5:04pm; Reply: 34
What could be good French song written by the guy who made Amélie Poulain score.

The video is not bad too.


Posted by: steven8, June 23rd, 2009, 5:18pm; Reply: 35
One of the most heinously addictive songs of all time:

Posted by: JamminGirl, June 25th, 2009, 10:18pm; Reply: 36
If they say 'why, why', tell that it's human nature...



RIP  
Posted by: CindyLKeller, June 28th, 2009, 2:42pm; Reply: 37
That's sad...

Here's one to lift the spirits:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ufxsb-iFsaE


Posted by: michel, June 28th, 2009, 3:05pm; Reply: 38
I don't know why but the first time I heard that song I couldn't help keep on listen to it

Posted by: michel, June 28th, 2009, 3:32pm; Reply: 39
Posted by: michel, August 9th, 2009, 3:52pm; Reply: 40
Posted by: sniper, August 31st, 2009, 2:00pm; Reply: 41
One of my favourite bands, Smile Empty Soul, just released their fourth album (officially it's only the third) and I just can't get this track out of my head:

Posted by: stevie, August 31st, 2009, 9:18pm; Reply: 42

Quoted from sniper
One of my favourite bands, Smile Empty Soul, just released their fourth album (officially it's only the third) and I just can't get this track out of my head:



These guys sound good, rob. I'll have to do some research on them.
Posted by: michel, September 6th, 2009, 3:25am; Reply: 43
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFE6qQ3ySXE

The song is everywhere on radio and you can't escape from it. And the video was shot in Paris... Though its addictive side, it's a message of tolerance anyway...
Posted by: Sandra Elstree., September 6th, 2009, 3:58am; Reply: 44

LOOK INSIDE YOUR TINY MIND!!!!!!!:

Look inside your tiny mind and look a little bit harder!

'Caus we're so uninspired, so sick and tired...

OF ALL THE HATRED YOU HARBOR

"SO YOU SAY..."

"iT'S NOT OK TO BE GAY BUT i THINK YOU'RE eVIL." ///


**

It's getting late, but I"ll say this:

Let's delay our misery.

Save Tonight.  ;D

FUCK YOU!!!

Fuck you very very much!

Cause we hate what you do and we hate your whole crew....

(Fuck off!!! I love you so much!!!)

More verses:

Do you get a kick out of being "slow minded"?!!!

FUCK YOOU!!!

Cause you're words don't translate and it's getting quite late!!! So please don't stay in

touch...


Good Work! I hope you post more on the site!

Sandra






Posted by: Sandra Elstree., September 6th, 2009, 4:17pm; Reply: 45

I thought I should post all the lyrics to Michel's song link above so you can all sing along with me!  ;D

Look inside,
Look inside your tiny mind
Now look a bit harder
Cause we're so uninspired,
so sick and tired of all the
hatred you harbor

So you say
It's not okay to be gay
Well I think you're just evil
You're just some racist who
can't tie my laces
Your point of view is medieval

Fuck you (Fuck you)
Fuck you very, very much
Cause we hate what you do
And we hate your whole crew
So please don't stay in touch

Fuck you (Fuck You)
Fuck you very, very much
Cause your words don't translate
And it's getting quite late
So please don't stay in touch

Do you get,
Do you get a little kick out of
being slow minded?
You want to be like your father
It's approval your after
Well that's not how you find it

Do you,
Do you really enjoy living a
life that's so hateful?
Cause there's a hole where
your soul should be
Your losing control of it and
it's really distasteful

Fuck you (Fuck You)
Fuck you very, very much
Cause we hate what you do
And we hate your whole crew
So please don't stay in touch

Fuck you (Fuck You)
Fuck you very, very much
Cause your words don't
translate and it's getting
quite late
So please don't stay in touch

Fuck you, Fuck you, Fuck you,
Fuck you, Fuck you, Fuck you,
Fuck yooooou

You say
You think we need to go to war
well you're already in one
Cause it's people like you
who need to get slew
No one wants your opinion

Fuck you (Fuck You)
Fuck you very, very much
Cause we hate what you do
And we hate your whole crew
So please don't stay in touch

Fuck you (Fuck You)
Fuck you very, very much
Cause your words don't
translate and it's getting
quite late
So please don't stay in touch

Fuck you, Fuck you
Fuck you, Fuck you
Fuck you, Fuck you

Lilly Allen

**I will be singing this all the way to the grocery store and back.  ;D

Sandra
Posted by: Toby_E, September 6th, 2009, 6:08pm; Reply: 46
Florence and the Machine- Drumming Song



This song is awesome, and the video is very well directed. Plus there's something about this women that I find very attractive.
Posted by: Sandra Elstree., September 6th, 2009, 8:43pm; Reply: 47

Quoted from Toby_E
Florence and the Machine- Drumming Song



This song is awesome, and the video is very well directed. Plus there's something about this women that I find very attractive.


I understand this. It's a very deep feeling inside. I've just downloaded it.

Sandra
Posted by: rendevous, September 7th, 2009, 6:34am; Reply: 48
Florence +The Machine.

Best thing I've heard in a long time.
Posted by: jwent6688, September 7th, 2009, 8:05am; Reply: 49
First screenplay I ever wrote, in a depressed state, was about six months ago. of course, gonna write a feature and sell it for millions. Right!  So my 108pg turd lies in waiting for me to revisit, after I polish my skills a little, if such a thing can be done. Anywho it was a very dramatic horror. i referenced an appalachian folk song in it that my mommy used to sing to me. Awww. The scots have argued their rights to it cause it mentions "Clyde". no matter. One of the most beautiful and emotional charged songs i've ever heard in my life. Listened to it a thousand times while writing. This is the best version IMO


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97hp3adHaEk
Posted by: michel, September 10th, 2009, 5:49am; Reply: 50
... since I first heard it...

Posted by: sniper, September 15th, 2009, 2:52pm; Reply: 51
I don't know why, but I've been on a King Tee flashback trip lately. The dude still kicks ass. Too bad wangsters like Eminem, Nelly, Fifty, Kanye and anybody who calls Lil' something have taken over Hip Hop - no wonder Hip Hop is dead.



Posted by: Toby_E, September 17th, 2009, 5:35am; Reply: 52
Elliott Smith- Between The Bars



Amazing song. IMO, it's one of the greatest songs of the twentieth century.
Posted by: sniper, September 30th, 2009, 11:27am; Reply: 53
Alice In Chains - A Looking In View.

This song is bad-motherfucking-ass!



As a total grunge freak, it's fucking awesome to hear something new from Alice In Chains. While their new lead singer can't quite compete with Layne Staley when it comes to intensity, he can definitely hold his own. I'm amazed how much this track (and the new album as a whole) sounds like the good old Alice In Chains.
Posted by: Sandra Elstree., September 30th, 2009, 1:39pm; Reply: 54

Quoted from sniper
Alice In Chains - A Looking In View.

This song is bad-motherfucking-ass!



As a total grunge freak, it's fucking awesome to hear something new from Alice In Chains. While their new lead singer can't quite compete with Layne Staley when it comes to intensity, he can definitely hold his own. I'm amazed how much this track (and the new album as a whole) sounds like the good old Alice In Chains.


Truly amazing lyrics. And yet I cannot hide from Him. No place I go can I hide.

Hear footsteps creak the floor
The shadows give away
Someone outside the door
Won't let 'em in

Half damaged gears to grind
A run down broke machine
That steals your peace of mind
Before you know it's gone
Lay doubt, weight

Silence burning, hold your tongue
Keep a separate soul they'd know

Hiding in the dark that's under
Pulling to the surface
Stumble, fall

A looking in view too long on the outside
Desperate plans make sense and alone I...
H-i-i-i-i-i-i-d-e

A looking in view too long on the outside
Desperate plans make sense and alone I...
H-i-i-i-i-i-i-d-e

[Savagely wicked restart]

These things I hate in you
Also reflect it seems
Distortion laced with spite
Takes you out of me
Late now, laid

Hiding in the darkness under
Pulling to the surface
Somethin' crawling on your skin
Discomfort makes you break and run
Stumble, fall

A looking in view too long on the outside
Desperate plans make sense and alone I... h-i-i-i-i-i-d-e
A looking in view too long on the outside
Desperate plans make sense and alone I...
H-i-i-i-i-i-d-e
It's why you never tell me heaven's on your mind
It's why you never tell me heaven's on your mind
That's why you'll never tell me heaven's on your mind
That's why you'll never tell me heaven's on your mind

A looking in view too long on the outside
Desperate plans make sense and alone I...
H-i-i-i-i-d-e
A looking in view too long on the outside
Desperate plans make sense and alone I...
H-i-i-i-i-d-e

It's why you never tell me heaven's on your mind
A vengeful mind...
Oh god oooooh
Selfish plans, a vengeful mind
It's all gone
Oooooh
Except for the cross
A vengeful mind just reached inside

Lyrics from Alice in Chains - A Looking in View

And thus we have the unique position of existing within two polarities.

**

Sandra
Posted by: Sandra Elstree., September 30th, 2009, 11:58pm; Reply: 55

Quoted from jwent6688
First screenplay I ever wrote, in a depressed state, was about six months ago. of course, gonna write a feature and sell it for millions. Right!  So my 108pg turd lies in waiting for me to revisit, after I polish my skills a little, if such a thing can be done. Anywho it was a very dramatic horror. i referenced an appalachian folk song in it that my mommy used to sing to me. Awww. The scots have argued their rights to it cause it mentions "Clyde". no matter. One of the most beautiful and emotional charged songs i've ever heard in my life. Listened to it a thousand times while writing. This is the best version IMO


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97hp3adHaEk


Jwent, I know for certain I've heard this before, but it was sung by a different artist.

I just can't remember who.

If you manage to get the time to research it, I'd appreciate it. Or I will tomorrow and see what I come up with. I'm almost thinking a country artist, but it might have been kind of a country/folk artist. I'm not sure, but it was quite a different arrangement although the words are the same. I think it had a faster tempo.

Sandra
Posted by: Niles_Crane (Guest), October 1st, 2009, 1:13am; Reply: 56
Glad to see the wonderful Miss Allen here - Fuck You is one of several great songs on her second album, "It's Not Me, It's You". "22" is truly brilliant.

Seriously underrated singer/songwriter.

Those who know my work may not be at all surprised to learn I am currently working on a script entitled "Last Night Lily Allen Saved My Life"!

The song, however, that I have stuck in my head right now is "Sway".

When marimba rhythms start to play
Dance with me, make me sway
Like a lazy ocean hugs the shore
Hold me close, sway me more

Like a flower bending in the breeze
Bend with me, sway with ease
When we dance you have a way with me
Stay with me, sway with me

Other dancers may be on the floor
Dear, but my eyes will see only you
Only you have that magic technique
When we sway I go weak

I can hear the sounds of violins
Long before it begins
Make me thrill as only you know how
Sway me smooth, sway me now

Other dancers may be on the floor
Dear, but my eyes will see only you
Only you have that magic technique
When we sway I go weak

I can hear the sounds of violins
Long before it begins
Make me thrill as only you know how
Sway me smooth, sway me now
You know how
Sway me smooth, sway me now
Posted by: Sandra Elstree., October 1st, 2009, 2:03am; Reply: 57

Quoted from Niles_Crane
Glad to see the wonderful Miss Allen here - Fuck You is one of several great songs on her second album, "It's Not Me, It's You". "22" is truly brilliant.

Seriously underrated singer/songwriter.

Those who know my work may not be at all surprised to learn I am currently working on a script entitled "Last Night Lily Allen Saved My Life"!

The song, however, that I have stuck in my head right now is "Sway".

When marimba rhythms start to play
Dance with me, make me sway
Like a lazy ocean hugs the shore
Hold me close, sway me more

Like a flower bending in the breeze
Bend with me, sway with ease
When we dance you have a way with me
Stay with me, sway with me

Other dancers may be on the floor
Dear, but my eyes will see only you
Only you have that magic technique
When we sway I go weak

I can hear the sounds of violins
Long before it begins
Make me thrill as only you know how
Sway me smooth, sway me now

Other dancers may be on the floor
Dear, but my eyes will see only you
Only you have that magic technique
When we sway I go weak

I can hear the sounds of violins
Long before it begins
Make me thrill as only you know how
Sway me smooth, sway me now
You know how
Sway me smooth, sway me now


That is so awesome!!! I would love to read your work when you're done!!!

Re: Sway and Michael Buble-- I love his music!!!

When this was popular, I used to overdose my son with it and get all mischievous. I used to phone him up at work when it was playing on the radio and I wouldn't "answer", but just stick the receiver to the radio.

It was a little joke we had going. It would be like, "Oh God no!!!" from Richard. "Not again!!!!"  ;D We had fun.

Thanks for this. Loved the listen. I'll have to resurrect our little game and send Richard a whole pile of youtube links again!!!  ;D

P.S. His future wife to be is as mischievous as I am; so I'm sure we will have a lot of fun!!!

Thanks again.

Sandra  
Posted by: michel, October 1st, 2009, 5:25am; Reply: 58
One of the most erotic song ever sang:
Posted by: Niles_Crane (Guest), October 1st, 2009, 10:47am; Reply: 59
Nice version, but then it would be, given the singer!

The version I have heard which has stuck with me is by "The Puppini Sisters". It features in my short, "And She Was".
Posted by: michel, October 1st, 2009, 12:12pm; Reply: 60
Funny thing that Julie London's version was already present in one of my scripts I uploaded back in 2006...

http://www.simplyscripts.com/scripts/Ohwhatanightn.pdf
Posted by: bert, October 2nd, 2009, 8:46am; Reply: 61
I am not going to kid you guys.  This is not a great song.  It is not even a good song.  It is not even a bad song.  God knows what it is.

But "good songs" is not the title of this thread, is it?

All I know is that since hearing this "song" about a week ago, it has indeed been stuck in my head.  

I do not know why.  I did not ask for it.  But there it is.  All the time.  Figured I would spread the pain around a bit.

So, enjoy the 9th wonder of the world:  The Shaggs and their hit single, "My Pal Foot-Foot".

Can't wait to hear what Sandra thinks of these guys.



Posted by: steven8, October 3rd, 2009, 5:14am; Reply: 62
Posted by: Niles_Crane (Guest), October 3rd, 2009, 6:00am; Reply: 63

Quoted from bert
So, enjoy the 9th wonder of the world:  The Shaggs and their hit single, "My Pal Foot-Foot".


Good God.

This must be in breach of the Human Rights Convention.
Posted by: Sandra Elstree., October 3rd, 2009, 10:39pm; Reply: 64

Quoted from bert
I am not going to kid you guys.  This is not a great song.  It is not even a good song.  It is not even a bad song.  God knows what it is.

But "good songs" is not the title of this thread, is it?

All I know is that since hearing this "song" about a week ago, it has indeed been stuck in my head.  

I do not know why.  I did not ask for it.  But there it is.  All the time.  Figured I would spread the pain around a bit.

So, enjoy the 9th wonder of the world:  The Shaggs and their hit single, "My Pal Foot-Foot".

Can't wait to hear what Sandra thinks of these guys.





You've just posted the chaotic sounds that must indeed exist inside my tiny mind.

And "foot-foot" I believe is correlated to Flin Flon who has been disposed of and burned inside of the game, "Thief" due to our necessary constraints of time and reason.

But alas, I am above time and reason and call, "Come hither, Flin Flon!" and "Come hither, Foot-Foot!"

So thus:

Flin Flon and Foot-Foot both rise like a phoenix, remaking itself endlessly from the ashes.

What sounds to us as "garbage" in our vessels is actually very beautiful. It's only that we don't have the level of perception yet.

I love this thread!!!!!!! ;D

Sandra
Posted by: Sandra Elstree., October 6th, 2009, 12:22am; Reply: 65
This thread is amazing. The divergence in music personality here is truly a schism that adds to the flavor of this site.

I'll add here a song that to me, is not merely a song, but captures a sort of essence that I've identified with for a long time.



Sandra
Posted by: Niles_Crane (Guest), October 6th, 2009, 1:34pm; Reply: 66
Buffy!

Now there was a TV show.

As an academic librarian, I would like to think of myself as a Rupert Giles type - but I fear I am more a Xander Harris!
Posted by: sniper, October 7th, 2009, 1:22pm; Reply: 67
Posted by: Chris_MacGuffin, October 12th, 2009, 8:51pm; Reply: 68
Yeah not usually into them, but this song is so addictive.



And this song is just classic

Posted by: NJDevil (Guest), October 12th, 2009, 9:10pm; Reply: 69
Paramore! Right on!

I was wondering if anyone else on here found them as addictive as I do. I find myself humming/singing their songs a lot more than a 29 year-old male probably should. But in my defense, their songs are extremely infectious. "Misery Business", "That's What You Get", "Crushcruscrush" ... I could go on.

Hayley Williams is amazing. She's smaller than my cat but she's a frickin' dynamo.
Posted by: sniper, October 27th, 2009, 4:32pm; Reply: 70
Posted by: stevie, October 27th, 2009, 5:02pm; Reply: 71
Good sound there Rob. Remind me of Feeder. I'll check some more of it on YT,
Posted by: sniper, October 29th, 2009, 12:11pm; Reply: 72
Posted by: rendevous, October 29th, 2009, 2:04pm; Reply: 73
Few for you I'm always playing






Posted by: Sandra Elstree., October 29th, 2009, 2:50pm; Reply: 74

Quoted from rendevous
Few for you I'm always playing








Lyrics from: Faith No More Evidence

If you want to open your hole
Just put your head down and go
Step beside the piece of the circumstance
Got to wash away the taste of evidence
Wash it away
[evidence x3]
[got a taste of evidence]

I didn't feel a thing
It didn't mean a thing
Look in the eye and testify
I didn't feel a thing

Anything you say, we know you're guilty
Hands above your head,
and you won't even feel me
You won't feel me

[i didn't feel a thing]

I didn't feel a thing
It didn't mean a thing
Look in the eye and testify
I didn't feel a thing

*guitar solo*

[evidence X3]
[got a taste of evidence]

I didn't feel a thing
You didn't mean a thing
Look in the eye and testify
I didn't feel a thing x2

***

Posted by: rendevous, October 29th, 2009, 6:02pm; Reply: 75
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
Posted by: Sandra Elstree., October 29th, 2009, 7:22pm; Reply: 76

Quoted from rendevous
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
Posted by: Sandra Elstree., November 11th, 2009, 3:07am; Reply: 77



You really ARE the Greatest in The World!!!

Sandra
Posted by: rendevous, November 11th, 2009, 12:54pm; Reply: 78
Sandra,

SS would be a much lesser place without you.


Quoted from Sandra 'peace & love, yeah baby' Elstree
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,

RV
Posted by: rendevous, November 21st, 2009, 4:03pm; Reply: 79
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

Posted by: Sandra Elstree., November 22nd, 2009, 1:18am; Reply: 80

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?



Sandra
Posted by: sniper, December 13th, 2009, 3:30pm; Reply: 81
I love this baseline:

Posted by: James McClung, December 13th, 2009, 4:15pm; Reply: 82
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! 8)
Posted by: Sandra Elstree., December 14th, 2009, 1:39am; Reply: 83

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! 8)


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.

Sandra
Posted by: James McClung, December 14th, 2009, 2:10am; Reply: 84
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).
Posted by: Sandra Elstree., December 14th, 2009, 2:45am; Reply: 85

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
Posted by: sniper, January 21st, 2010, 3:42pm; Reply: 86
Posted by: Pete B. Lane, January 21st, 2010, 5:40pm; Reply: 87
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.



~Pete
Posted by: Pete B. Lane, January 21st, 2010, 6:07pm; Reply: 88
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.



~Pete
Posted by: sniper, March 11th, 2010, 2:57pm; Reply: 89
Anybody here speak eye-talian?

Posted by: rendevous, March 11th, 2010, 6:37pm; Reply: 90
I'm not following or stalking you, Sniper. Honest. I only speak rather coloured . Manfeckincunian. Noworramean like? Been playing old Oasis of late. Sounds very different in the surroundings of raw and stunning natural landscapes. 6 mile from nearest shop. Or pub. Especially compared to the usual shitty side of town. Talk Tonight won't gerrout of my head. Curse you Noel, you unibrowed talented git, you. Good work, fella. Shame the new stuff is pooh.
Posted by: bert, March 18th, 2011, 7:56am; Reply: 91
I just learned of this "hit" yesterday, and figured all my SS friends who have missed this sensation should be tortured as well.  

It's about a young girl who loves cereal, is apparently quite stressed over the decision as to whether she should sit in the back seat or the front seat of a car, and loves informing her fans that the days of the week occur in a specific order.

Who the heck is she?  Who knows.

This catchy little number may well be one of the signs of the apocalypse.


Posted by: rc1107, March 18th, 2011, 8:35am; Reply: 92
How come they don't let the rapper around the white people?


How come I watched that far into the video?
Posted by: ajr, March 18th, 2011, 11:53am; Reply: 93

Quoted from bert
I just learned of this "hit" yesterday, and figured all my SS friends who have missed this sensation should be tortured as well.  

It's about a young girl who loves cereal, is apparently quite stressed over the decision as to whether she should sit in the back seat or the front seat of a car, and loves informing her fans that the days of the week occur in a specific order.

Who the heck is she?  Who knows.

This catchy little number may well be one of the signs of the apocalypse.




It is in moments like these when I pray for an 8 mile wide asteroid to hit this planet, and let a new species crawl out of the slime in about a million or so years...

Posted by: Dressel, March 18th, 2011, 1:28pm; Reply: 94
Rebecca Black responds to the haters.
Posted by: Dreamscale, April 20th, 2011, 12:18pm; Reply: 95
Love this band from the Netherlands.  Cool, catchy music, and a beautiful babe of a singer with an angelic voice.

Check out this vid...



Posted by: stevie, April 20th, 2011, 3:23pm; Reply: 96
Wow bro, wouldn't have picked u to like this...

Sounds like some old Berlin song from the 80's and I'm not being gracious
Posted by: Dreamscale, April 20th, 2011, 3:27pm; Reply: 97
They're called Delain, and I like 'em alot!  I'd really like to love the singer, Charlotte Wessles.

Check out this vid...


Posted by: stevie, April 20th, 2011, 4:08pm; Reply: 98
Can't access that new video.  Will check them out on YouTube
Posted by: stevie, April 20th, 2011, 4:43pm; Reply: 99
Ok got it now.  That is a better song though still reminds me of Eurovision stuff.

The singer is a hottie, yes, agree with that!
Posted by: Ledbetter (Guest), April 20th, 2011, 5:18pm; Reply: 100
FUCK BERT.

I could have gone all day without hearing that.

She sounds like Rosane Barr after huffing helium.

What day is it, lets see...

Yesturdey was Tuesday...

Shawn.....><
Posted by: stevie, May 5th, 2011, 4:57pm; Reply: 101
my mate posted this on FB

Aussie band, End of Fashion, from their debut album 5 years back.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=alz3AMWRKs4
Posted by: Dreamscale, May 5th, 2011, 6:04pm; Reply: 102
Ewwwww...HORRIBLE, Stevie!  WTF?  Have you gone over to the other team, or what?
Posted by: stevie, May 5th, 2011, 7:57pm; Reply: 103
Lol!
No mate, I just appreciate modern bands that play their own instruments and can sing, unlike the garbage in the charts now

Posted by: Dreamscale, May 5th, 2011, 8:03pm; Reply: 104
I agree with all that, and I don't listen to anything in the "charts"...but this is...well...this SUCKS!

;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

I'm gong to post some seriously awesome new shit in a few minutes...get ready to fall in love with it, as it fucking ROCKS!!!
Posted by: Dreamscale, May 5th, 2011, 8:10pm; Reply: 105
OK, peeps, here's some great new shit for you. Hope you all love it, as it's AWESOME SHIT!!!




Posted by: stevie, May 5th, 2011, 8:23pm; Reply: 106
And this guy isn't a turd shunter?
Posted by: Dreamscale, May 5th, 2011, 8:28pm; Reply: 107
We're coming up on the tragic 1 year anniversary of the legend, Ronnie James Dio's death on the 16th.  Thought it would be apropos to post a great vid from 1 legend in honor of another.

RIP, Ronnie...we miss you!

Here's Jorn's awesome tribute to the Golden Throat of Rock n Roll!!!

Enjoy..


Posted by: stevie, May 5th, 2011, 8:39pm; Reply: 108
Never heard of jorn - thought it was a send up of korn...

Yeah Ronnie was great  remember Butterfly Ball? And I liked him when he was with Rainbow

Didnt realize he was dead actually
Posted by: Dreamscale, May 5th, 2011, 8:52pm; Reply: 109
Never heard of the Butterfly Ball...

Jorn rocks!!!
Posted by: c m hall, June 11th, 2011, 3:02pm; Reply: 110
I'm a lumberjack and I'm okay.  I sleep all night and I work all day...
Posted by: stevie, June 22nd, 2011, 7:34pm; Reply: 111
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xaCVqwU7rww

Have just realised recently just how good this song is!

This is a fantastic live performance.  Please watch the whole clip - the end bits are pretty special...
Posted by: Penoyer79, June 22nd, 2011, 9:44pm; Reply: 112


josh homme is the man

(starts at 0:30)
Posted by: Dreamscale, June 22nd, 2011, 10:14pm; Reply: 113
Damn...you guys are killing me with this horseshit...
Posted by: Penoyer79, June 22nd, 2011, 10:22pm; Reply: 114


the best band on the planett
Posted by: James McClung, June 22nd, 2011, 10:32pm; Reply: 115

Quoted from Dreamscale
Damn...you guys are killing me with this horseshit...


Two recommendations based on an analysis of your tastes. More doom than power/gothic metal but I think you might dig 'em. Even if you hate them, I'm confident I'll have hit the mark closer than anyone else has so far.



Posted by: Dreamscale, June 22nd, 2011, 11:05pm; Reply: 116
Sorry, James..no way..not even close!  Let me try and help...

So, BTW...Radiohead?  HUH?  C'mon now...

Here's one of the greatest bands in the land, live from their world famous "Flying Opera Tour".

Ladies and gents, may I present to you, Tobi and the boys (and girls) from Avantasia...



Posted by: James McClung, June 22nd, 2011, 11:19pm; Reply: 117
It was worth a try. That stuff tends to work well for the Maiden/Dio fans.

Anyway, I know Avantasia. Not for me. Between the keyboards, the harmonies and that dude's coat... no. I prefer my metal dirtier sounding.

To each his own.
Posted by: Dreamscale, June 22nd, 2011, 11:35pm; Reply: 118
Right on, brother!  I understand completely.
Posted by: Penoyer79, June 22nd, 2011, 11:45pm; Reply: 119
LOL whatever dreamscale...if i said the sky was blue you would disagree.
Posted by: Dreamscale, June 23rd, 2011, 12:28pm; Reply: 120
Not if you were in AZ...I'd have to agree with you that the sky is definitely blue today, as it usually is.

Now, if you were in say...Wisconsin, or Seattle, then, yeah, I'd definitely disagree with you.   ;D ;D ;D
Posted by: stevie, June 23rd, 2011, 4:27pm; Reply: 121
The sun is up
The sky is blue
Its beautiful
And so are you

Dear Prudence...

Won't you come out to play?

My favorite song off the White Album.

Been blue skies here all week. Pretty cold in the morning (6 Celsius) but glorious winter weather.
Posted by: Dreamscale, June 23rd, 2011, 4:40pm; Reply: 122
And what do you think of my Avantasia live song, Stevie?

My fave off teh white album is probably While My Guitar Gently Weeps.
Posted by: stevie, August 10th, 2011, 4:02pm; Reply: 123
Got a couple of songs rocking me at the mo

This is Sam Brown, 'With A Little Love', one of my faves from 1990. Her dad was Joe Brown, a singer in the sixties who knew the Beatles. She has a great voice and has released quite a few albums. Its unreal hearing this on the headphones of the Ipod - very different from watching it on tv 21 years ago...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Q4Bk0Is2Pk

Ok, this is Robbie Williams, 'Do You Mind', from 2009. Heard it on the radio the other day and couldn't work out who the hell it was! Finally tracked it down on Youtube. The kids love it and its a good party song.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Q7MnmeVT54

Posted by: Electric Dreamer, August 10th, 2011, 4:51pm; Reply: 124
I've been listening to this new band a lot when exercising lately.
Always puts a spring in my step.
They're also in my Zombie Playground playlist for writing. Enjoy!

Posted by: Dreamscale, August 20th, 2011, 1:01am; Reply: 125
Since it's so dead here, I thought I'd post a phenomenal song that most most likely has never even been heard before.

Give it a chance.  Watch the video.

Roy Kahn has left Kamelot...problems with depression, anxiety.  Sad...such a talent.

Best to you, Roy, and your family as well.  Realize your gift and keep on giving it to us.

Enjoy, SS!!!!!!



Posted by: stevie, August 20th, 2011, 3:56am; Reply: 126
Sorry bro - I gave it a chance...until the one minute mark.

Youporn has the same profoundness though with far more sperm...
Posted by: sniper, August 20th, 2011, 7:20am; Reply: 127

Quoted from Dreamscale
I thought I'd post a phenomenal song that most most likely has never even been heard before.

That was probably the gayest shit ever, Jeff. I got four words for that shit: Foo + Fighters + White + Limo.



Posted by: Electric Dreamer, August 20th, 2011, 9:33am; Reply: 128

Quoted from sniper

That was probably the gayest shit ever, Jeff. I got four words for that shit: Foo + Fighters + White + Limo.


Can't play Foo Fighters video in my country?
I say deport the swines! ;D

E.D.
Posted by: Dreamscale, August 20th, 2011, 10:05am; Reply: 129
You guys...sad you can't appreciate real music and talent.  But, to each, his own.
Posted by: Dreamscale, August 26th, 2011, 9:05pm; Reply: 130
OK, you rockers...here we have a classic from a great, but mostly forgotten band.

White Lion and their remake of their own classic song...BROKEN HEART!!!!!

YES!!!

Enjoy...


Posted by: sniper, August 27th, 2011, 8:35am; Reply: 131
Hair rock does not qualify as real rock. But nice try, Jeff, keep 'em coming ;)

EDIT: By the way, your new found love, Mike Tramp (the lead singer from White Lion), is Danish and a couple of years ago he was on TV a lot doing this:

Posted by: Dreamscale, August 27th, 2011, 9:42am; Reply: 132
Rob, that's pretty frickin' cool, actually.  Yes, I do enjoy me some ABBA every now and then, believe it or not.

But, Mr. Tramp is not my new found love. I've been a fan ever sine the very beginning, which was the official release of "Fight to Survive" in 1985.  I remember this quite vividly, because I had to spend a weekend in the frickin' slammer, and of the 50+ items I brought with me, 1 of the 5 I was actually allowed to take in was a copy of Circus Magazine, and the cover story had to do with the long and arduous road White Lion had to travel to get their debut released.  I've been a big fan ever since, including Tramp's solo career, as well as his current Mike Tramp and the Rock 'n' Roll Circuz band.

Don't hat the genre, listen to the music.
Posted by: sniper, August 27th, 2011, 10:21am; Reply: 133
You know, something just hit me, Jeff. I know that you - in general - don't like formular writing, and by that I mean the rigid 3-act structure where all the plot points has to happen on a certain page, but you fucking adore formular music, don't you, ya big softie :)

Take hair rock for example, whether it be White Lion, Bon Jovi, Warrant, Def Leppard or any of the other gazillions of band with long hair and spandex, once you heard the opening key, you'd know exactly what the song was gonna sound like (including all the moans and groans), what the lyrics would be and how the solo was gonna play out.

Me, I'm actually opposite, I love formular writing but I can't stand formular music.

Go figure.
Posted by: Dreamscale, August 27th, 2011, 10:52am; Reply: 134
Rob, I'm going to have to disagree with you.

What I like in both music and writing is what works, what has talent and polish, and big hooks.

Although I do love music from the big 80's, you shouldn't pigeonhole me there, cause I rarely listen to it now.  Most of the music I listen to nowadays is European melodic metal, or progressive metal.  Much of it is very non standard in terms of structure, beat, tune, etc.  It is not the kind of music you can easily even make out the tune on first listen.

But that's also the beauty of it...you can listen to it over and over and never get bored, while still hearing new things.

One of my favorites is Dutch born Arjen Anthony Lucassen, best known for his awesome band, Ayreon.  Extremely complex structures and different tunes within each song.  His more recent project, Guilt Machine, is also amazing.

In terms of being against structure in writing, it's really more that I'm against those that think writing must conform to classic structure, or any structure, actually.  Point being, that a script that works, that shows talent, and has big hooks doesn't have to conform to any structure.
Posted by: sniper, September 5th, 2011, 3:06am; Reply: 135
Posted by: Dreamscale, September 6th, 2011, 6:02pm; Reply: 136
Luckily, this song never made it into my head.  Very weak, my friend!   ;D ;D ;D

I think we have quite a different taste in music, huh?  Doesn't make us bad people, though.
Posted by: sniper, September 7th, 2011, 4:37am; Reply: 137

Quoted from Dreamscale
I think we have quite a different taste in music, huh?

You think?  ;)

And, no, it definitely doesn't make us bad people...well, except those that listen to pop shit obviously.

Posted by: mcornetto (Guest), September 7th, 2011, 9:36pm; Reply: 138
Posted by: Dreamscale, September 8th, 2011, 12:46pm; Reply: 139
OK, ladies and gents, here you go...the first single off Edguy's amazing new release, Age of the Joker.  The album track is almost 9 minutes long, so this is obviously the single edit version.

Quite Monty Pythonish, if you ask me.  Looks like the boys had some fun shooting this one.

So without further ado, I present to you, "Robin Hood"!  (Cheers!)  (Hooray!)  (Love it!) (Thanks, Jeff, you rock!)   ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D



Posted by: Dreamscale, September 12th, 2011, 11:06am; Reply: 140
Stevie, my Aussie mate, this one's for you, bro!

The soon to released, new CD from Saracen, titled "Marilyn" - all about your girl, Marilyn Monroe.  Pretty cool promo vid.  I'll be picking this one up as soon as it's out.

Enjoy!



Posted by: sniper, September 12th, 2011, 1:29pm; Reply: 141
Not exactly a song - but it still kicks ass.

Posted by: stevie, September 12th, 2011, 4:46pm; Reply: 142

Quoted from Dreamscale
Stevie, my Aussie mate, this one's for you, bro!

The soon to released, new CD from Saracen, titled "Marilyn" - all about your girl, Marilyn Monroe.  Pretty cool promo vid.  I'll be picking this one up as soon as it's out.

Enjoy!





I don't usually knock other people's choice in music - though I loathe coldplay and all rap rubbish - but bro, this is just an updated version of the 80's cringe bands like Berlin, etc.

I know I can be harsh but when the greatest group in history is my yardstick, well, sheesh...

Sorry buddy but this does nothing for me.

Posted by: Dreamscale, September 12th, 2011, 5:17pm; Reply: 143
I thought you were a HUGE Marilyn Monroe fan?  It's a concept album all about her.

And, BTW, this is an 80's band that reformed a few years ago.  Updated, indeed.
Posted by: stevie, September 12th, 2011, 6:49pm; Reply: 144
I am a Marilyn fan - more of her mystique and life then anything - but this music doesn't really evoke anything of her

Candle in the Wind will always be the best song about her.
Posted by: stevie, November 25th, 2011, 3:58pm; Reply: 145
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxBF7HWj8mE



EDIT: Click the Share then Embed button.  Post what's they call the embed code.
Posted by: mcornetto (Guest), November 25th, 2011, 8:03pm; Reply: 146
Posted by: Dreamscale, November 25th, 2011, 9:20pm; Reply: 147
Here's some real music...some REAL GOOD music.  The latest from maiden, and a pretty cool vid, IMO.

Give it a chance and see if you're not humming the tune or actually singing along before it's all said and done.

Happy Thanksgiving to all...1 day late!

Posted by: stevie, December 5th, 2011, 4:04pm; Reply: 148
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3CIhGXnntM

One of my favorite Stones songs - I've only recently 'rediscovered' it. It sometimes gets overlooked by the other songs on this top album. Keef's playing is brilliant.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fYEdUQdMGG0

I love trawling through Youtube, checking out home versions of great songs from all the top bands.
This is one of my favorite Beatle tracks, and shows the precision drumming that Ringo brought to the table.

Underrated, even mocked for many years, Ringo is now recognised by drummers around the world, both amateurs and pros, as the Grandfather of modern rock drumming.  His timing was impeccable.
Posted by: MacDuff, December 5th, 2011, 4:08pm; Reply: 149
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nq2ekIMMYXA

Fun_ featuring Janelle Monae -- We Are Young

Great tune. Very catchy, almost 80's feel to it. Discovered it on my local Indie station.

Now I hear it's going to be on Glee.... damn.

Oh well.
Posted by: Dreamscale, December 5th, 2011, 5:08pm; Reply: 150
Sorry, Stevie, but Ringo was not a great drummer by any means.  Serviceable?  Sure.  Cool guy?  Definitely.  But great drummer?  No way, bro.
Posted by: stevie, December 5th, 2011, 8:30pm; Reply: 151

Quoted from Dreamscale
Sorry, Stevie, but Ringo was not a great drummer by any means.  Serviceable?  Sure.  Cool guy?  Definitely.  But great drummer?  No way, bro.


Obviously you don't know any drummers. Or read stuff on the Internet. You'd be surprised at the high regard he's held in AS A DRUMMER!  Major music magazines consider him influential, bro, not just this little black Aussie duck.

Peace, love and Niners, buddy... ;D

Posted by: Dreamscale, December 5th, 2011, 8:48pm; Reply: 152

Quoted from stevie
Obviously you don't know any drummers. Or read stuff on the Internet. You'd be surprised at the high regard he's held in AS A DRUMMER!  Major music magazines consider him influential, bro, not just this little black Aussie duck.


Oh, contrare, mon frere.  I do know drummers...very well actually.

Sure, any time a musician has the success that Ringo has had, just by default, "experts" will throw his name out as an influential and talented drummer, but in reality, he pales in comparison to so many "modern" drummers.  Put him behind a big drum set and he wouldn't even know where to begin.

Don't get me wrong, I definitely like the guy, but his drum rhythms are as simple as they come. Compare his work to Neil Peart, Mike Portnoy, Nicko McBain, Carmine or Vinny Appice, Tommy Lee, Scott Rockenfield, Uli Kusch...damn...I could go on and on...

C'mon, man...listen to his stuff and then anything by any one of these guys...no comparison.

Posted by: stevie, December 5th, 2011, 9:43pm; Reply: 153
I think you would find all those guys would cite Ringo as an influence.

Would Ringo have stayed in the Beatles, if a strong willed bastard like John didn't think ge was up to scratch? Would he and Macca have let their songs be ruined by an inept drummer?

Of course not! Ringo's technique and style is a big part of the success of the Beatle catalogue. And his timing is legendary amongst drum connoisseurs.

Remember that back in the sixties, a lot of the drum tracks were virtually 'live' in the studio. They didn't have the luxury of nowadays, where drummers can just edit their best strikes.
Posted by: James McClung, December 5th, 2011, 9:53pm; Reply: 154
I'm gonna lay my ass on the line here and say I'm gonna have to agree with Jeff on this one.

Drumming's hard and the prospect of me being able to do it is near inconceivable so props to him being able to do it. And while not one of my favorite bands in the world, The Beatles are among the greatest and most influential bands in history.

But I've never heard Ringo do much else than keep pace. Granted that doing so is probably difficult in its own right but I don't listen to The Beatles and hear any technical prowess, uniqueness or even playfulness. Very formal and straightforward, frankly. Seems like he'd only appeal to drummers as they can actually tell what he's doing.

I don't see much merit in music magazines either. Rolling Stone is amongst the biggest and they'd probably put Nirvana as #1 on their 100 Greatest Hip-Hop Artists of All Time list, if they had one.

That said, I'm open to hearing you prove me wrong, Stevie.

BTW, Jeff, you're going to have to recommend me some Rush songs that actually have some genuine technical/progressive flair. I've been trying to get into them for a while but every song I hear just sounds like straightforward classic rock and has none of the technical edge that people build them up to have. Same goes for King Crimson. I've come to conclusion that I haven't heard the right songs from either of them.
Posted by: stevie, December 5th, 2011, 10:26pm; Reply: 155
Yeah, all good points James!

When I mentioned the magazines I meant quotes I've read on the net, from well known drummers talking about Ringo.

Believe me, this was all new to me till about 5 years ago. In the last decade there has been a greater appreciation of Ringo. YouTube is filled with covers of his drumming, and some very talented drummers are still trying to replicate certain fills he used.

A large part of his success was the fact he was a left handed drummer playing a right hand kit. So he did things differently and thus created a unique style.

I'm not merely arguing his case because of my obvious Beatle bias; over the years I have studied all the comments made about him, and find it all fascinating.

Just Google 'Ringo's drumming influence' or something and you should find some very famous drummers espousing his skill.

Love Is All You Need...and a Niner Super Bowl win.
Posted by: stevie, December 5th, 2011, 10:52pm; Reply: 156
In 8 years of recording in the studio, the number of times a take broke down on a Beatles song, caused by a mistake by Ringo, was less than 12.
Posted by: Dreamscale, December 5th, 2011, 11:02pm; Reply: 157
James, I'll throw you some amazing RUSH songs...there are so many...not much in "recent" years, but if you go back into the late 70's/early 80's/even early 90's, you'll hear the "Professor" jam like no other ever has.

And for you, Stevie, my Aussie fiend, here's a nice vid of Nicko tattooing his monster rack, and the entire vid is on him.  Classic track - The Trooper, recorded from their also classic Live in Rio tour (I think).

In all seriousness, check this dude out, and think about what Ringo would/could do if he had to play like this...or eve close to it.

Enjoy, my METAL BROTHERS!!!


Posted by: stevie, December 6th, 2011, 1:49am; Reply: 158
Rather tuneless song bro. I see no reason why Ringo couldn't play that if he wanted to.

Incidentally, 'Ticket To Ride' (1965) was claimed by John to be the first heavy metal song. Ringo's drumming on it gave it a unique sound.
Posted by: James McClung, December 6th, 2011, 2:09am; Reply: 159

Quoted from stevie
Incidentally, 'Ticket To Ride' (1965) was claimed by John to be the first heavy metal song.


Whahhh???

I'm afraid I don't see it.

Consequently, there does exist a legit Beatles/heavy metal link.



And while we're on the subject...

Posted by: stevie, December 6th, 2011, 3:31am; Reply: 160
That Ghost version of HCTS sounds cool! Not that heavy metal either as the singer has an ok voice!

Um, with Ticket, I think John meant cos there were very few chord changes in it in the verses; it was like this relentless beat that hadn't been done before. The sort of 'droning' that HM became in the seventies I guess.
Posted by: James McClung, December 6th, 2011, 9:41am; Reply: 161
Glad you liked it!

The cover isn't a heavy metal version of the Beatles song but Ghost is a heavy metal band. They just have more throwback influences and don't scream or use harsh vocals of any kind. They've even been compared to Blue Oyster Cult. The lyrics are 100% metal through. They almost seem out of place once you realize what they're saying. I think that's part of the fun of the band.

Members of Ghost (including the singer) are also in a death metal band called Repugnant.

As for Lennon's comment, I suppose at the time it would've made more sense. Either way, it's not particularly bothersome and indeed, I think the song came from an interesting transitional period for The Beatles. So fair enough. Honestly, I get much more irritated when people make a case for Alice Cooper or Led Zeppelin being metal. I'll concede that Led Zeppelin were a pioneer of heavier music in general but only people who don't listen to metal actually cite them as influential to the genre.
Posted by: Dreamscale, December 6th, 2011, 10:36am; Reply: 162

Quoted from stevie
Rather tuneless song bro. I see no reason why Ringo couldn't play that if he wanted to.

Incidentally, 'Ticket To Ride' (1965) was claimed by John to be the first heavy metal song. Ringo's drumming on it gave it a unique sound.


Tuneless?  The Trooper?  The Trooper, tuneless?  WTF?  Funny thing is that the majority of Maiden's earlier work, when listened to for the first time, is tough to pick up the tune.  But, trust me, bro, it's extremely "tuny", and one of those anthems that you can't help but sing along, or at least hum along..once you know it, that is.

I'm also surprised you can't even throw Nicko some props for the drumming here.  His speed, and intricate rhythm is amazing. He's a true master on the hats.  And maybe best of all is his stamina.  There are numerous Maiden songs that run north of 7 minutes, but even 5 straight minutes of relentless drum work is more than taxing on the human body.  In concert, this guy just keeps going and going, kinda like the Energizer Bunny - and let's not forget that Nicko is 59 years young, and at the tender age of 13, was already playing Beatles cover tunes - with ease, I might add.

Posted by: Ryan1, December 6th, 2011, 4:19pm; Reply: 163
Just to throw my two cents in on the great Starr debate.  I only really started listening to the Beatles over the last couple of years because they were the band my parents listened to when I was growing up, so they were too "old."  But, listening to their catalog of music now, the overall influence on rock was immeasurable, and Ringo's drumming was definitely part of that.  I think the fact that he never played with any speed and also the fact that he was always regarded as the "clown" of the group kind of made people look down on his drumming.  It didn't help when Lennon joked once that "Ringo wasn't even the best drummer in the Beatles."  But Stevie's right about Ringo's influence on modern drummers.  Nicko McBrain, Dave Grohl, and Mike Portnoy have all said Starr's style influenced them.  Ringo's timing and fills were deceptively complex, if you believe many of these modern drummers who cite Ringo as an influence.  Listen to the fills on "A Day in the Life" and the "Golden Slumbers-Carry the Weight" medley that ends the White Album.  I've read that many drummers regard those examples as extraordinarily difficult to replicate the timing on.

As for "The Trooper", guess you're not a metal head, Stevie.  That's one of the greatest metal songs ever.  But "Ticket to Ride" the first metal song?  I don't think so.  You could definitely make an argument for "Helter Skelter", though.  

James, for Rush songs that display Peart's abilities, listen to "La Villa Strangiato" and "YYZ."

Finally, I knew that that cover of the Ghost album looked kinda familiar:

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Posted by: Dreamscale, December 6th, 2011, 5:40pm; Reply: 164
Yes, McBrain was playing Beatles covers as a kid...a 13-14 year old kid.

Is/was Ringo an influence to many modern, great drummers?  Sure, but that doesn't mean much in terms of his overall talent, compared to ultra talented, speedy drummers.

But then again, any "Pro" who has played his entire life, be it drums, bass, or guitar, is obviously very talented.  People look down on various Pros and say they suck, when the reality is far from that.

Ryan, I'm impressed with your metal knowledge...didn't realize you were a fan.

Up the irons, mate!!!
Posted by: Ryan1, December 6th, 2011, 6:29pm; Reply: 165
Oh, yeah, I love me some metal, Jeff.

But getting back to Starr, I guess the question comes up of what constitutes "greatness."  Is it raw technical prowess, or groundbreaking influence on future generations or a combination of both?  Here are McBrain's own thoughts on Starr, where he readily admits Ringo's talent was superb.  

http://www.rockradioscotland.co.uk/rock-news/nickos-tribute-to-ringo/y5u6yt5r/

I'm sure McBrain and a bunch of other 13 year kids could ape Ringo's style, but could they actually compose those beats and perfect that timing?  I don't think so.
Posted by: stevie, December 6th, 2011, 6:36pm; Reply: 166
Yeah good points Ryan!

Jeff, those Beatle covers that Nicko played were proably thier early stuff, which isn't complex drumming at all.

It wasn't until 'Revolver' in 1966 that Ringo's drums became more part of the sound. And it helped that the engineers at Abbey Road starting experimenting with new techniques for recording.

No one had ever miked a drum close to the kit before Geoff Emerick did it to Ringo.

Ringo's timing has been mentioned as unbelievable. The short drum solo on Abbey Road was looped for hours and set against a metronome - it never strayed at all.

I read last night an interesting comment from a drummer - if you isolate ringo's drums on nearly every Beatle song, you can still tell what the song is. A very telling fact.

Ok, a lot of the classic rock songs you could pick by that too - well, I could, as I have a huge mind database of songs, trivia,etc - but that's still a fair effort.

John Lennon once said his 3 three favorite drummers were Ringo, Moonie and Bonzo.
Posted by: Dreamscale, December 6th, 2011, 8:40pm; Reply: 167
Right on guys.  Interesting pull on that article, Ryan.

You know...seriously...I don't like repeating myself over and over and being an ass.  I'm not a drummer, but my best bro, that I actually grew up with, was.  We'd jam alot.  He actually taught me quite a bit on the drum kit.

Here's what I'm going to say and I'll leave it at this.

Drumming on its own and by itself isn't "easy" for everyone by any means.  The more drums, cymbals, etc. you add, the harder it gets.  The faster and more intricate the song/beat,. again, the harder it gets.

I don't know for sure, but I highly doubt Ringo ever even played a double bass kick.  I also highly doubt he ever had a drum kit that totaled over 7 heads and 5 cymbals.

My point is simple...you can look back on anything "successful" and in no way can you deny the talent involved...at least in some way, be it football, baseball, boxing, or music.  But when it comes time to really look at what each individual was doing and how it stacks up against others, IMO, it's pretty clear where the real talent is.

For instance, I was flipping channels around last night while watching the game and settled on the Country Music Awards.  Alabama was playing, after winning their 1 Millionth award.  They're country royalty.  Their all mega millionaires.  They're all 40+ year Pros who can play music in their sleep.  But...are any of them amazing musicians?  Does the lead singer have a great voice?  Does it matter?  No...it doesn't.
Posted by: nawazm11, January 16th, 2012, 12:31am; Reply: 168


The song is in Japanese but it's still really really good. I would recommend it if you need a break from English ;D

Mohammad
Posted by: sniper, January 16th, 2012, 8:03am; Reply: 169

Quoted from nawazm11
I would recommend it if you need a break from English ;D

Or a break from, idunno, taste?

Posted by: nawazm11, January 16th, 2012, 9:01am; Reply: 170

Quoted from sniper

Or a break from, idunno, taste?


What's that supposed to mean! ;D Even though I don't know a word of what their saying I still enjoy it.

And my taste... Well, I can't really help it but I like to try out different things and came across this while watching Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood.

Mohammad
Posted by: sniper, January 16th, 2012, 12:34pm; Reply: 171
No problemo, MO  ;)

I've been listening to these two quite a lot lately.

Awesome video for the Radiohead song by the way.



Posted by: nawazm11, January 17th, 2012, 12:45am; Reply: 172

Quoted from sniper

I've been listening to these two quite a lot lately.

Awesome video for the Radiohead song by the way.


Watched them both. The video for the Radiohead song was very.. strange! ;D Nobody can forget the second song from Fight Club :P

And while I am here! I'll post an English song ;D

Posted by: James McClung, January 17th, 2012, 1:47am; Reply: 173

Quoted from sniper


I see your Pixies and raise you a better song. Not the official video but it doesn't force you to watch a BS advertisement...



;)
Posted by: sniper, January 17th, 2012, 2:26am; Reply: 174
Oh, a gambling man, huh, James?

You leave me no choice, I guess I'm gonna hafta go all-in then:

Posted by: James McClung, January 17th, 2012, 2:48am; Reply: 175


And just for good measure...



But at this point, I guess it doesn't really matter... We're both spreading the same type of same type of rock n' roll.
Posted by: James McClung, January 17th, 2012, 2:49am; Reply: 176
Nevertheless, a taste of what's been influencing my latest work (aside from Pixies)....

Posted by: Electric Dreamer, January 17th, 2012, 11:47am; Reply: 177
Can't get enough of this up and coming band, they're the real deal.

Posted by: sniper, January 17th, 2012, 12:43pm; Reply: 178

Quoted from James McClung
Nevertheless, a taste of what's been influencing my latest work (aside from Pixies)....


That's kickass, James. Awesome guitar.

Posted by: sniper, March 26th, 2012, 3:09pm; Reply: 179
Posted by: Dreamscale, March 28th, 2012, 9:41am; Reply: 180
Europe's back with another killer new release.  Check it out here.


Posted by: nawazm11, April 11th, 2012, 6:20am; Reply: 181
Wow, this has to be one of the best rap I've ever heard. :X :X

Posted by: bert, April 17th, 2012, 12:09pm; Reply: 182
So, I almost never type "OMG", but check these kids out!!

Be sure to give this at least to the 20 second mark -- could the little girl on drums possibly be more of a bad-ass??

No...I don't think she could....

Posted by: Sham, April 19th, 2012, 8:21pm; Reply: 183
Not exactly stuck in my head, but this music has definitely been playing in the background of Toy Horror Story coming to fruition.


Posted by: stevie, June 2nd, 2012, 2:46am; Reply: 184
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScfXgdawucU

Have sort of rediscovered this song by Aussie band Silverchair, from 1997.

Am learning how to play the bass on it! lol.  The lads were only 18 back then, this song being off their second album, 'Freak Show'.
Posted by: Alex_212, July 6th, 2012, 9:56pm; Reply: 185
Posted by: sniper, August 2nd, 2012, 3:50pm; Reply: 186


Mark. Tremonti. Is. God. Period. Exclamation point. Times two.
Posted by: danbotha, August 22nd, 2012, 4:53am; Reply: 187
Been on a regular circuit on my iPod for weeks. I just can't get enough of this song.

Posted by: Penoyer79, August 22nd, 2012, 2:44pm; Reply: 188
Josh Homme is the man.  starts at 0:30

Posted by: Mr. Blonde, August 23rd, 2012, 6:38am; Reply: 189
I don't know why but I haven't been able to get rid of this for the past three days. I figured once I knew where it would go in a story of mine, it'd go away (as songs usually do) but it hasn't. The worst part is I hated Flashdance...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILWSp0m9G2U
Posted by: Electric Dreamer, August 24th, 2012, 8:46am; Reply: 190
I tend to keep up with new music...
Because it helps me "assign" songs to script playlists.
But when you go back and page on rewrite a script, I always want "new" songs.

I'm doing a page one rewrite on Clone Wife for a feature producer...
And Passion Pit's new album came along at the right time.
This song, musically and lyrically, is really helping me through the new pages.

"It's Not My Fault, I'm Happy" fits that script's sensibilities perfectly for me...

Posted by: rc1107, September 25th, 2012, 8:54am; Reply: 191

Quoted from sniper
Mark. Tremonti. Is. God. Period. Exclamation point. Times two.


Just ran into him yesterday at the Southern Park Mall here in Youngstown.  I was eating lunch with a friend (a drummer who I'm starting to work on a project with), and Tremonti came out of Vitamin World and approached us to say hi to Bill, my drummer.  Bill used to tour with a band and I guess he had hung out with Tremonti before.

Seems like a nice guy.

I love Creed's first album, and I love the music on the second album, although I kind of tuned out because it seemed they were getting too pop-py with their lyrics, but I've always had respect for their guitars.

Haven't heard much of Tremonti's new stuff, besides what you posted.  Very Alice in Chains-y, but again, the guitar sounds awesome.  Hopefully I can get off work tomorrow to go see the performance.
Posted by: rc1107, September 25th, 2012, 8:58am; Reply: 192
Lol.  Kind of embarrasing, but I should probably mention, I had know idea who the guy was until after when Bill told me it was Mark Tremonti.  Oops.

I should really pay attention to music and show business more often.
Posted by: alffy, September 27th, 2012, 1:29pm; Reply: 193
Love this at the moment.

Posted by: rc1107, October 19th, 2012, 11:04am; Reply: 194
Was talking with Shawn (Ledbetter) about (what else?) 'Yellow Ledbetter' today, and now I can't get it out of my head.

Although, during the beginning instrumental, still 'til this day I keep waiting for somebody to start singing 'and the wind, it cries 'Mary'.

:-)  I came across these lyrics a while ago.  While I love Eddie's explanation of what the song's about, these are the lyrics I still sing along with:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLd22ha_-VU
Posted by: sniper, January 11th, 2013, 2:31pm; Reply: 195


Catchy.
Posted by: sniper, January 11th, 2013, 2:46pm; Reply: 196

Quoted from rc1107
Just ran into him yesterday at the Southern Park Mall here in Youngstown.  I was eating lunch with a friend (a drummer who I'm starting to work on a project with), and Tremonti came out of Vitamin World and approached us to say hi to Bill, my drummer.  Bill used to tour with a band and I guess he had hung out with Tremonti before.

Seems like a nice guy.

I love Creed's first album, and I love the music on the second album, although I kind of tuned out because it seemed they were getting too pop-py with their lyrics, but I've always had respect for their guitars.

Haven't heard much of Tremonti's new stuff, besides what you posted.  Very Alice in Chains-y, but again, the guitar sounds awesome.  Hopefully I can get off work tomorrow to go see the performance.

Damn, Mark, you lucky muther...Never saw Creed live but I've seen him twice with Alter Bridge (much better than Creed), but he's coming to Copenhagen next month so I'm definitely there!
Posted by: Toby_E, January 13th, 2013, 6:56am; Reply: 197
One of the most beautiful songs I've heard in a long time. The singer's voice is mesmerising.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pV7JqjtcNM0
Posted by: Kip, January 13th, 2013, 7:01am; Reply: 198

Windmill in Old Amsterdam is drivng me completely potty. I'm singing it all the time.

New meds needed I think.
Posted by: Steex, January 15th, 2013, 3:22am; Reply: 199
Right now I have two songs that I pretty much listen to on repeat.
They've become favorites of mine to write to.
They both have unique vibes that really make my creativity flow.

The Weeknd - Wicked Games
Kid Cudi - No one Believes Me

(sorry no link) :(
Posted by: Dreamscale, January 15th, 2013, 6:11pm; Reply: 200
The boys are back and rocking as always!

Kick ass first single from the soon to be released Straight out of Hell.

Give it a chance.  The tune totally changes later on ion the song and becomes much more melodic.  Actually, as with most Helloween, the more you listen, the more accessible it becomes.

I love these guys!!!


Posted by: RegularJohn, January 15th, 2013, 6:38pm; Reply: 201
Helloween friggan rules.

Right now I've got Speakin' in Tongues stuck in my head by Eagles of Death Metal or as Axl Rose calls them, Pigeons of S*** Metal.
Posted by: Dreamscale, January 15th, 2013, 6:44pm; Reply: 202
Wow!  Love to see I'm not alone, as I usually am.

I'm not familiar with the band you mentioned, John, but I'm not a death metal guy.  I mostly listen to Eastern European melodic metal.  Also like power metal, symphonic metal, operatic metal, and progressive metal.  Combine them all, and I'm a happy guy.

;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
Posted by: RegularJohn, January 15th, 2013, 6:50pm; Reply: 203
They're actually not a death metal band.  It's kind of poking fun at the genre actually.  They're a rockability band.  That song is actually in a budweiser commercial I think.

The Haunted is another good band.  Everyone except the singer is from Poland I think.  A lot of melody with some sweet sounding guitars.  The Guilt Trip is an album I constantly listen through.
Posted by: Steex, January 15th, 2013, 10:38pm; Reply: 204
Isn't the singer of Queens of the Stone Age from The Eagles of Death Metal?
Posted by: sniper, January 16th, 2013, 2:11pm; Reply: 205
The way it should have sounded from the get go:

Posted by: Dreamscale, January 16th, 2013, 2:25pm; Reply: 206
I like some of the guitar work here, Rob.  Even kind of like the tuned down melody.

But, I do not like the grunting crap.
Posted by: Dreamscale, January 16th, 2013, 2:31pm; Reply: 207
Here's another ABBA song done the way it should have been done originally...but we know that would be impossible.

Here's the man himself, Tobias Sammet with Avantasia redoing "Lay All Your Love on Me".


Posted by: sniper, January 16th, 2013, 2:31pm; Reply: 208
Yeah, it kinda makes you tap your foot, doesn't it?

I'm with you on the growl shit. Useless.
Posted by: Dreamscale, January 16th, 2013, 2:36pm; Reply: 209
Or, here we have the Metal Gods Helloween doing "Lay All Your Love on Me", as well.


Posted by: sniper, June 8th, 2013, 3:35pm; Reply: 210

Quoted from Heretic
I know how much y'all love rap, and how much everyone loves female rappers, so I made this playlist of current female rappers for y'all:

I've got two Words for that shit: P. E.



Slayer have never sounded better.
Posted by: Penoyer79, June 9th, 2013, 2:31am; Reply: 211
This song fucking rocks.


Posted by: INTS, June 9th, 2013, 3:46am; Reply: 212
somtimes i can't get these old abba songs out of my head.  money money money...... or take a chance on me  :-)
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