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post #951 of 1004

 

Been on my mind all day

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no video for this, but there is a local college radio show named for this song that is at 3 pm PST on i think weds or thursdays.  

They always open with this song.

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A recent performance of "You Never Loved Me" by the amazing Aimee Mann:

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https://vimeo.com/217896785

 

My jam right now. I keep going between this one and Horripilation on this wonderful Do Make Say Think record.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GC_Vul8Hsro

post #955 of 1004
And I am done with my graceless heart
So tonight I'm gonna cut it out and then restart
...

post #956 of 1004

Not only is it infinitely superior to the original, but fun fact: Neither guy actually speaks English.  Ridiculous.

 

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SO GOOD.

 

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Best live crowd ever?

 

post #959 of 1004

Watched Oasis: Supersonic the other day. There's a small bit where Liam Gallagher describes how he used to devote days just buying records and "blasting it out, getting soaked in it". I remember doing the exact same thing in my teens, especially with the song that's playing in that scene:

 

post #960 of 1004

I've been meaning to watch Supersonic!  Cool song btw.

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I just learned of a new musician that's pretty decent: Tash Sultana. She plays multiple instruments. I believe she's primarily a solo act. I can't speak to her ability on the guitar, but it's better than a lot of the new shit I hear these days. There are a few tracks I like of hers, but I keep coming back to this one:

 

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I'm still on my Gary Numan kick.  Right now, I can't get enough of these two songs:

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The other night I saw Greta Van Fleet, a quartet out of Michigan that sounds uncannily like early Led Zeppelin. The lead singer sounds so much like Robert Plant circa Led Zep 1 & 2 that I kept doing a double take. Derivative as hell, but I love the sound they're mimicking:

 

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That's bordering on Zep tribute band territory, really.

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Originally Posted by MichaelM View Post
 

That's bordering on Zep tribute band territory, really.

Oh, don't worry, their other songs are even more derivative. However, their ripoff sound was an oasis in the desert for a lot of drunk oldheads in northern Tennessee.

post #966 of 1004

If you ever wanted to hear Beck take a stab at Police-era Sting, check out No Distraction on the Colors album.

 

So fucking good.

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New single featuring the dueling vocal harmonies of Andi Deris, KAI HANSEN and MICHAEL KISKE .  Oh and the guitars are fucking insane because well, Hansen added into the mix. Enjoy!

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Anything Halloween flavored I'm a total sucker for.

 

Not really in the spirit of this thread as such, but I just found my new pre workout amp up track.

 

post #969 of 1004

One of the best covers I've ever heard.

 

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I love most of A Perfect Circle. I was jazzed to see this new track drop. At first, I was lukewarm, but after several listens I really like it. I'm sure it will sound even better for me in context of the full album:

 

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Edited by Barry Woodward - 10/20/17 at 5:37pm
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Say what you will about the man, but he's absurdly talented and this is hands down one of my favorite guitar songs ever, of all time.  I'm learning the riff for myself right now. It's gorgeous.

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Birthday Massacre are my greatest guilty pleasure. It's basically goth mall pop. Imagine if there was a third faction band to act as a buffer between Jem and the Holograms and The Misfits.
post #974 of 1004

"I want to be your hero: Kurt Russell, Eastwood and me"

 

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That Reznor/Ross Halloween cover is a piece of pop art.

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I can't stop rocking out to the first Montrose album.  This song, in particular, is on a nearly continuous loop.

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Originally Posted by Mangy View Post
 

The other night I saw Greta Van Fleet, a quartet out of Michigan that sounds uncannily like early Led Zeppelin. The lead singer sounds so much like Robert Plant circa Led Zep 1 & 2 that I kept doing a double take. Derivative as hell, but I love the sound they're mimicking:

 

 

 

Man, I'd love to see these guys perform a tribute Led Zeppelin concert.  Or just insert this singer into Led Zeppelin and ditch the corpse of Robert Plant's vocal cords.  

 

It's sad how many of the great rock n' rollers just flat-out destroyed their voices before they even reached the age of 30.  The few that held up, how'd they do it?  Less booze?  Actually warmed up properly?  Just genetics?  

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Dat scream doh

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#GhostInTheSwift

 

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Yeah, yeah, it's intensely earnest acoustic hipster folk something. I don't care. I love the stark, poetic simplicity and loveliness of the song.

 

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This man won an Oscar some years back for a song he wrote for Crazy Heart.  I grew up around country music, but I've thoroughly fallen out of it.  But this guy is the sole exception that I will ALWAYS listen to.  Aside from being sort of insanely skilled with a guitar, his voice is singular and incredible(and doesn't really match his young hot exterior).  Sounds like cigarette's and whiskey and soul.

 

 

 

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Funny the last post should be country-fied, I don't listen to a wide range of country but I do love me some of the greatest of the greats (your Waylons, your Willies, your Johnnys, you know the drill) and it happens I was listening to a bunch of Dolly today. The woman is a legend and a saint and as talented and as beautiful as all heck and this is one of my favourites of hers.

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I swear, I'm not a country nut at all. I guess it's just in the air right now.

 

post #986 of 1004
Never been a Depeche Mode fan for whatever reason and I watched a random doc on them this week and I cant stop listening to Never Let me Down Again.

Most of their lyrics are dark as hell. Who knew?!?
post #987 of 1004
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Funny the last post should be country-fied, I don't listen to a wide range of country but I do love me some of the greatest of the greats (your Waylons, your Willies, your Johnnys, you know the drill) and it happens I was listening to a bunch of Dolly today. The woman is a legend and a saint and as talented and as beautiful as all heck and this is one of my favourites of hers.
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Never been a Depeche Mode fan for whatever reason and I watched a random doc on them this week and I cant stop listening to Never Let me Down Again.

Most of their lyrics are dark as hell. Who knew?!?

I love Dolly. Hell, I'm constantly forcing people to watch Rhinestone (and they like it, dammit!). She's an amazing talent and an amazing person. Hell, she has a program where they send you child a book a on the for free, no questions asked. But yeah, Dolly's great.

Also like Depeche Mode. Never Let Me Down is one of my favorites. Dark as hell lyrics? Hmm.

Anyways, I give you a combination of Dolly and Dark as Hell Lyrics. Enjoy!!!
post #988 of 1004
I'll raise you guys on Dolly with John Denver. My Wife years ago turned me on to him when I forgot he existed. His voice on Annie's Song is amazing. Love the song.


As for Depeche Mode gore wrote two songs about falling for a 15 year old. question of time is so damn catchy until I read the lyrics. And ewwwww.

Or is he trying to protect him or her from conformity?.
Edited by cccc - 11/12/17 at 5:59am
post #989 of 1004

This has not left my head for a few weeks now.  Korean rock band, singing in Mandarin, whilst riding a truck through Mongolia.  I'm just fascinated with how this song is constructed - it feels like it keeps building, but it's parts are actually quite static and don't travel far from their beginning.  It's really just the same verse repeated twice and that's it - the whole thing is really less of a song and more of a mood.  It just really hits me hard . . . 

 

post #990 of 1004

There were a lot of solid Tom Petty covers in the wake of his death (his simple tunes are eminently coverable).  The best:

 

post #991 of 1004

 

Always loved this one.  So mellow.  A late night chilled out jam.

post #992 of 1004

We should be getting a blizzard tonight, so right now I'm enjoying this year's last moments of Autumn melancholy.

 

post #993 of 1004

A friend picked me up from work in her car yesterday and had this track pumping out of her speakers. I don't even like house music usually but god-damn if it hasn't buried itself in my fucking brain and refused to get out.

 

 

post #994 of 1004

Well, AKMU's 'Dinosaur' pretty much had it stitched up as my fave song of the year, and then Block B swooped in with their first track in a couple of years . . . and as usual, they killed it.  You never know what to expect with these guys - you'll take what you're given and like it!  But there's so much to dig on here - that cruisy Santana-flavoured hook in the chorus, an appearance by the adorable little Na Haeun, Kyung 100% committing to that mullet and damn near pulling it off . . . just glorious.  It's a bop, as the kids say.

 

post #995 of 1004

Bah!

 

Here's a track for all you KIDS who weren't even born in the year................................1999!

 

post #996 of 1004

Yes it's SMASH UP THURSDAY YOU ASSHOLES!

 

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In that case:

 

post #998 of 1004

Oh I like the theme of fun mashups!  I always dug this one.  That blues guitar and Dan's voice is just so endlessly cool.

 

post #999 of 1004

Sidetrack-time!

 

Right now I'm working on a screenplay for a feature film. The production company's paid me (quite well) to deliver a finished draft in three weeks, in order to secure funding to shoot next year. Aside from a shitload of coffee, the biggest help has been this playlist of songs that's pretty much owned me for the past week and will own whatever's left of me when I'm done. And now, thanks to the wonder of Youtube, you too can experience the emotional rollercoaster of this upcoming motion picture masterpiece. Spoiler-texted to not take a huge chunk out of the page.

 

 

1) Fucked Up: Let Her Rest

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2) Dead Sara: Lemon Scent

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3) Har Mar Superstar: Lady, You Shot Me

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4) Zz Top: Sharp Dressed Man

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5) Kasabian: ee-zeh

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6) Daniel Pemberton: Circular Story (with weird pitch-alteration)

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7) My Chemical Romance: Teenagers

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Edited by Virtanen - 11/24/17 at 4:07am
post #1000 of 1004

You know, I always assumed My Chemical Romance was a really lame band for emo 15 year olds who wear thick mascara.

 

But Teenagers and Welcome to the Black Parade are fucking awesome songs. 

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