What are you listening to?

Discussion in 'Music' started by Tzar, Nov 2, 2016.

  1. WhiteFolk$

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    Those feelz man, I can't even click on it bro.
     
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  5. Laibach, surprisingly fashy


    And some "Yugo" fun.

     
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  8. This is mindblowing
     
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    I'm unbelievably desperate for new listening material. Cobra is solid I think it holds the #1 spot for being featured in synth vids.
     
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    Why not some late 70s hard rock about the London Blitz that isn't on FM radio and inspired Iron Maiden? Try to ignore your hatred of vocals in songs for four and a half minutes if you would.

     
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    That was pretty good
     
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    Win I remember how you said on the old forum that you would love a classic rock station that played deep cuts and/or general stuff that isn't the same 300 songs on rotation at every FM station. I suggest you check out anything that Michael Schenker (guitarist) was involved with, he's the only hard rock guitar legend I know of whose material somehow manages to escape every filthy casual classic rock station to this very day.

    Another example from 1987.

     
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    In many ways I like hearing all classic rock songs for the first time with rapidly declining interest after. The greatest hits have the most exposure so they're the worst - it barely has anything to do with song quality. I'll look into it! For so many years I've had the habit of listening to full albums at once so it's getting tougher to hear stuff for the first time by known acts. Part of the reason I enjoy classical is because there's so much going on I can focus on different things on replays and continue to be surprised.
     
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    for @Winbot , some Dwarf Fortress inspired metal
     
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    This song is fucking dope.
     

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