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    Quote Originally Posted by InsecureSpike View Post


    memories of my very scares good times


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    "very scares good times" is my new favorite thing to say.

    but i seriously love that tape -- cuz i had it on cassette when i was a kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kel View Post
    "very scares good times" is my new favorite thing to say.

    but i seriously love that tape -- cuz i had it on cassette when i was a kid.
    ha. that was supposed to be "scarce"


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    broke out this album for the first time in years yesterday. forgot how many times i had listened to it in high school. i used to be really into some weird music.

    fav track on the album:



    the second half of the song is so gorgeous

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    I'm checking out the new Big Dumb Face album!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thelastdisciple View Post
    I'm checking out the new Big Dumb Face album!
    I did yesterday! definitely enjoyable once a in while.

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    Vintage <3

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    David Bowie's discography, was going through it, it was such a marvelous time, I missed out on so much great art.

    Scary Monsters has such a fucking amazing opening too, his vocals are a fucking monster

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9KdYAVjRiJ4

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    https://youtube.com/watch?v=KvknOXGPzCQ

    I think I was mostly fixated on a few bands as a kid, so I missed a lot. This is a kind of amazing alternate universe heavy Smashing Pumpkins song with a more traditionally aggro metal vocalist. It's kind of brutal and dreamy at the same time. I love it. Deftones don't seem to have too many songs that are this shoegaze-y in the guitar department.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pbgut View Post
    https://youtube.com/watch?v=KvknOXGPzCQ

    I think I was mostly fixated on a few bands as a kid, so I missed a lot. This is a kind of amazing alternate universe heavy Smashing Pumpkins song with a more traditionally aggro metal vocalist. It's kind of brutal and dreamy at the same time. I love it. Deftones don't seem to have too many songs that are this shoegaze-y in the guitar department.
    you should check out the album Koi No Yokan if you want more of that dreamy/brutal sound. i'm a huge fan of pretty much all of their albums but i think you'll really enjoy that one in particular.

    @Jon i thought i was the only one around here who loves poison the well! i have a test pressing of "the tropic rot"!

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    Didn't like how abrasive sounding the first album was along with the mixing but fuckkkkkkkkkk, they've improved so so so much. Love this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    @Jon i thought i was the only one around here who loves poison the well! i have a test pressing of "the tropic rot"!
    What!! No way. PtW are the soundtrack to college for me. My entire college radio station was into them. If you don't smile ear to ear when Nerdy comes on, then I don't want to know you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Space Suicide View Post
    Didn't like how abrasive sounding the first album was along with the mixing but fuckkkkkkkkkk, they've improved so so so much. Love this.
    but what is it??? there's no text on the cover art and you didn't tell us

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    but what is it??? there's no text on the cover art and you didn't tell us
    Sleigh Bells


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    Frank Sinatra--Duets 1 and 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pbgut View Post
    think I was mostly fixated on a few bands as a kid, so I missed a lot.
    I can relate. For years and years it was an almost steady diet of Manson, NIN, Pumpkins, KMFDM and Bauhaus for my ears. When I explore a band, I really explore a band, and it takes months. Only once in college did I add Bowie, The Sisters of Mercy, Pink Floyd, the Beatles...university saw me discover Killing Joke, Siouxsie and The Cure many years after only knowing Disintegration, all of whom shot to near the top of my all-time favorite bands list, impacteing me in a way I didn't think anything really could have past high school. I'm currently exploring U2, My Bloody Valentine, among others. At least it's never too late to start.

    On topic: It was raining, chilly and misty in my town today. Had to be done:

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    All because of fucking South Park while seeing a bunch of Canadians blown up by a nuke....


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    I still can't believe this was a B-side. This was probably the best song from the Trouble With Angels era Filter.

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    Odd choice i know, but it has some quality tunes in it!


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    What Are You Listening to?

    Britpop day today!!
    these and many more!












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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbie solo View Post
    I haven’t listened to this cd in years!

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    was listening to Death of Lovers' EP "buried under a world of roses" this morning, and i got to my parents' house to find that their new LP had arrived on vinyl! can't wait to play it later.

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    Free Salamander Exhibit - Undestroyed

    Big fan of Sleepytime Gorilla Museum, so I thought I'd check this out. Guitarist Drew Wheeler basically brought most of the SGT members together (and, hey, David Shamrock's back into the fold!). Three tracks in and so far I'm enjoying it. It feels like SGT-lite, with a cleaner, less chaotic and more subdued sound. Carla Kihlstedt's absence is strongly felt, since her soaring vocals provided a great counterpoint against Nils Frykdahl's growls. She's still active in the music projects Rabbit Rabbit Radio, Causing a Tiger etc. (what is it with animals in their band names?) with her husband Matthias Bossi (aka SGT's final drummer, aka the guy who co-scored the game The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth).

    FSE does not capture the incredibly huge and breathtakingly operatic vibe of the SGT discography, but they're not trying to, either; they're simply having fun doing what they know best: expertly played avant-prog with all sorts of homemade instruments and head-scratchingly surreal lyrics and song structures. Even their logo is a crude redrawing of the SGT logo. It feels like a fresh new start for the band; not one without growing pains, but a promising one. Also, nice to see them join Trey Spruance's label Web of Mimicry; they should feel right at home with the Secret Chiefs 3 crowd.

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