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    I mean... perhaps not quite as vivid but in spirit, yea...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrLobster View Post


    I mean... perhaps not quite as vivid but in spirit, yea...
    off-topic but bianca is amazing. her comics are so poignant and her wit is as sharp as the subtle knife. she's friends with several people i'm friends with IRL and i hope i get to hang out with her some day.

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    I disagree. WAP and Closer are both incredibly arousing (I'm bi), but they're about opposite things! Closer is about self-hatred. WAP is about empowerment. Another difference is that WAP is centered around the vocals (there's almost nothing else going on in the track). Closer has so many disparate things going on that somehow sound amazing together.

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    I have a lot of affection for Robin Finck - his guitar playing has been fundamental to the NIN live sound for literal decades now. But I cannot stand how he plays the solo to "Ruiner" live. It's one of my favorite NIN songs, and the solo is an emotional highlight for me. But he plays it like, I dunno? Like someone just handed him a guitar and asked him to play something, and it's it's first time he's ever seen the instrument.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzkokehead View Post
    I have a lot of affection for Robin Finck - his guitar playing has been fundamental to the NIN live sound for literal decades now. But I cannot stand how he plays the solo to "Ruiner" live. It's one of my favorite NIN songs, and the solo is an emotional highlight for me. But he plays it like, I dunno? Like someone just handed him a guitar and asked him to play something, and it's it's first time he's ever seen the instrument.
    Look at it this way: this is probably one of the very few spots in a NIN show where he can improvise. So I definitely wouldn't expect a solo played exactly like it's on the record.

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