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    Quote Originally Posted by telee.kom View Post
    https://youtu.be/dBoals1m4xY get on these boys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al_Hunter View Post
    get on these boys!
    I'm not that much into hardcore, but the beginning sure sounded interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by telee.kom View Post
    I'm not that much into hardcore, but the beginning sure sounded interesting
    Haha sorry I was having a bit of a joke at your expense, sorry.

    True story tho, those lads and some others in another hardcore band called Fighting Shit used to come to the UK play in my home town, which is a little market town in the middle of nowhere but we had this bizarrely strong punk and hardcore scene. The lad who played drums in Fighting Shit got into creating orchestral type scores and ended up moving purely in that direction. His name is Olafur Arnalds. If you're not already familiar with him, you need to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Suicide View Post
    Love this record

    Always felt that her stuff with Scarling blows JOJ away tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYRexall View Post
    Love this record

    Always felt that her stuff with Scarling blows JOJ away tho
    I love both 50/50. Scarling. is the better project though. I love the attitude and sound of JOJ though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziltoid View Post
    I believe In My Time Of Dying is Led Zeppelins' greatest song ever! Hell I think its the best song ever recorded. By far my favorite Led Zeppelin song ever.
    As you may know, it is - like many of the great Zeppelin songs - a rock version of a traditional blues song. They changed it a lot from some of the earlier versions.

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    Been on a Zeppelin kick this week, what with the deluxe editions, and I naturally migrated to this album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYRexall View Post
    Yaaaaaas, I was JUST listening to this in bed the other night. It's so easy to forget his solo stuff exists. Kingdom, A Little Lie and Down are gems!
    I love this album so much I replayed it the entire summer of 2012, everything about this album is top notch perfect.

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    With all the lame wanna be's out there, I forget how incredible and brutal this band is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conan The Barbarian View Post


    With all the lame wanna be's out there, I forget how incredible and brutal this band is.
    I listened to this recently for the first time in a while. The last 3 or 4 tracks are absolutely fantastic.

    I also own this on vinyl, it's fucking mega

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timinator View Post
    As you may know, it is - like many of the great Zeppelin songs - a rock version of a traditional blues song. They changed it a lot from some of the earlier versions.
    I believe their rendition was far more influenced by Bob Dylan's recording for his first (self-titled) LP, though certainly some of the group were aware of earlier arrangements. Jimmy's and John Paul's licks seem to be mostly improvised, and bear little relationship to the folk-blues traditional style.

    Here is the Dylan recording, which was also done in a single take.
    https://youtu.be/77lTCWRTy8g
    Last edited by botley; 08-13-2015 at 03:47 PM.

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    Still a classic...


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    Best to play this when I do online multiplayer gaming and I'm a kill streak of some sort.

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    Narrow Stairs by Death Cab for Cutie.

    "The wake up call in a rented room sounded like an alarm of impending doom, to warn us it's all a matter of time, before we all burn."

    "And when spring arrived, we were taken by surprise as the flows under our feet, bled into the sea, and nothing was left, for you and me."

    Some of Ben's best, bleakest lyrics in this. "The news reports on the radio said it was getting worse, As the ocean air fanned the flames; But I couldn't think of anywhere I would have rather been, To watch it all burn away, to burn away. The firemen worked in double shifts, with prayers for rain on their lips, and they knew it was only a matter of time."



    In constant rotation. "Synapse to synapse, the possibilities thin, I'm dressed up for free drinks and family greetings on your wedding, your wedding, your wedding day, the figures in plastic on your wedding cake, that I took, were so real ... Crashing through the parlor doors, what was your first reaction? Screaming, drunk, disorderly, I'll tell you mine: You were the one but I can't, Spit it out when the date's been set, The white routine to be ingested inaccurately."

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    @kleiner352 "we have the facts..." has always been my favorite death cab album.

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    This has been stuck in my head for a while and if anyone has a problem with this song, then fuck you....

    Last edited by thevoid99; 08-17-2015 at 10:11 PM. Reason: wrong video

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    https://youtu.be/Ewowu-exEfI

    I never really listened to much of The Creatures stuff back in the day, beyond Anima Animus and the Wild Things EP anyway. Going back now I'm really enjoying pretty much all of their stuff. The US Retrace EP is particularly good - a really strong collection of singles tracks from the Anima Animus period.

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