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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1Bi1c9LmhU

A7X - Nightmare

Never really cared much for Avenged, but a friend of mine told me to check out the album Nightmare. Honestly, I'm liking some of what I hear. Real good workout music, and its always fun to blast this type of music in the car and see the stares you receive. I'd give them a 7/10.
 

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* BLEEP BLOOP BLEEP *

I ARE MAKING MUSICS, HERP DERP
*Watch KA tear someone a new asshole for their musical choice.

*Watch KA post music like that.

*Chuckle to one's self.

*Repeat.


Been relistening to a lot of Inspiral Carpets lately:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rV5U2ZdcOCM&feature=av2e

Cheesy as hell video, but awesome song:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csxBQLG4-3Q&feature=channel

Also Stone Roses:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NrLBlw9WZE&feature=av2n

<3 Madchester
 

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Man you guys take me really serious when I swear a lot and threaten people with grievous bodily harm and then post a bear's bloody maw, don't you.
 

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bupBWayPt0c

New song, which I assume will be on their new album next year. It's weirding me out a little bit. Sounds like something they would've written very early on, as in pre-"How Strange, Innocence." It is a little catchy but also very repetitive.
 
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Ah, fair enough.

I love that song, "Nocturnal"! It and "Ghosts" are my favourites from End Titles.
 

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Love this song. I wonder when he says "That ocean has a stale taste of a century old war; where it was all for one, or one on all fours." if he intended it to be interpreted as "That ocean has a stale taste of a century old war; where it was all for one, or won on all fours."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9mhfJfVWdY
 

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Slint - the whole Spiderland album

It's pretty much brilliant, but also a total downer. My day started off really good but I was starting to get pretty tired. Then Slint came on my ipod while I was waiting for the bus, and I was thinking, "I should probably listen to something more upbeat," but I couldn't stop listening. It was very addicting/entrancing. And then every last shred of joy in my life was eliminated. :p

Slint's ratio of reputation to actual output is a little insane, but they deserve a lot of the praise they get/got.

And Good Morning, Captain is a pretty awesome way to close out the album.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoH5MPIgM7c
 

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Ah, fair enough.

I love that song, "Nocturnal"! It and "Ghosts" are my favourites from End Titles.
Chemical and Cut Me Loose are two of my faves from End Titles. As much as I love Josh Homme though I prefer Chemistry's str8 ^ instrumentals over Homme's vocals in Chemical. Pretty much any Unkle track featuring Gavin Clark or Ian Astbury are my top ones, even.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkZBEnBjOjY
 

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I love UNKLE, the buildup in that song is superb, and the way it just explodes toward the end/middle.

Ever since I got into UNKLE before Assassins Creed came out years ago (they used one of their songs in a trailer) and E.S.Posthumus, Ive started recognising songs in Top Gear.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wc3f4xU_FfQ

Funniest video Ive seen in a while, simply because the song is so bad and the video is SO weird.
 

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There are at least 5 phallic images in the still frame to that video.

One is right in the middle.
 

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gs5nzdDExoQ

Hum - Comin Home

Mother****ing love this style/genre of rock. What is this, post-punk with grunge? shoegaze with alternative/punk rock thrown in? I'd love to hear more bands like this. Kind of reminds me of a bit of TsP and The Pixies..
 

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Holy shit.

http://vimeo.com/6853481

Porcupine Tree's Anesthetize set to trippy time lapse footage and junk. I think this is the video they show on the displays they use at their live shows. Pretty ****ing mindblowing on it's own.
 

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Could you have sworn that you discussed it last night as well?

HUMM?
 

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good to see some sikth loving, wouldn't expect to see them posted in many places these days. such a cracking band, amazing live too... sadly one of many of the uk's finest metal acts to call it quits right in their heyday.
 

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good to see some sikth loving, wouldn't expect to see them posted in many places these days. such a cracking band, amazing live too... sadly one of many of the uk's finest metal acts to call it quits right in their heyday.
Picked them up in an obscure music thread somewhere. Digging the first album a lot more so far, just the right amount of quirky genre transfusion for my tastes. Loving the dynamic vocals too, even the guy who sounds (as a friend put it) like one of the puppets from Labyrinth.

Real toe-tapper, this one. :p

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DuvqU--khMA

And as long as I'm bringing up old hat <whatever>core bands...

Agh god I love everything about this recording I want to attach it to myself like a prosthetic limb.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXUzxbC6qDg
 

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regarding metal: xploding plastix were actually formally a black metal band

i use to love plastix, can't really listen to them anymore because i played them to death, sadly
 

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regarding plastix: I know, I don't actually hate metal, just never really got into it :p
 

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UNKLE remix of F.E.A.R by Ian Brown.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQu8PCkI_V0

Seriously loving UNKLE these days, easily one of, if not my favourite band I've discovered in just the past 2 years or so.

Love the way the violins are used in this song, and UNKLE just add a fairly simplistic, euphoric beat and edit out the main lyrics in their own style.
 

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Yeah Stone sour's new albums pretty neat, takes me back to the 2000 era alternative metal era..good stuff
 

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Kerrang Radio's but-sheks band Young Guns - Crystal Clear

If anyone in the UK has been listening to Kerrang Radio almost daily (as I do), you'll probably know Kerrang over the past few months have been treating this band like the second coming of Jesus.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOQ0F105otA

Although fair play that something that could be classified as music is being produced in the UK at last.

Even if they are a little Lost Prophets-esque.
 

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDLXRtbeLg0
A Zomby dub (hyperdub gets all the exclusives) that was played on Burial and Kode9's mix for Mary-Anne Hobbs' final BBC Radio1 Experimental show about a week ago. Pushing, melancholic, ravey synth stabs, a cut down post-garage beat, swells and waves of ambience that can be no-one but Burial's work, and mournful, smeared and stretched vocals. It's really, really, weird, but the odd, faltering progression has been stuck in my head for days and the sinister, empty post-rave vibe of the entire composition is endlessly compelling.
 
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