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Sleet wrote:Try Black Holes and Revelations if you want. It's similarly synth-based and I think it's even better!
Cool! I'll check them out.

My cousins were the ones who told me about Muse, and at first I didn't like them. But later, I watched part of a DVD concert of Muse with them, and they had a really good sound... I liked them from that point.

Oh, and Blink-182 came out with a new cd last year. Does anyone like that group?
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Inali wrote:
Oh, and Blink-182 came out with a new cd last year. Does anyone like that group?
My sister.... :P


Y'know what's awesome? Rappers who's language would make a sailor blush Lending their voices to a children's show.
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That's a children's show? News to me.
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Well, it's on cartoon network, in the middle of the day
so yeah.....

I played this at a friends party last year and everyone just stared at me.
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Seth wrote:Well, it's on cartoon network, in the middle of the day
so yeah.....
Appropriate for kids doesn't mean made for kids. Heck, it's not even that appropriate.
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Sleet wrote:
Seth wrote:Well, it's on cartoon network, in the middle of the day
so yeah.....
Appropriate for kids doesn't mean made for kids. Heck, it's not even that appropriate.
I sense brony rhetoric :P

Either way it's strange to see Tyler the Creator on a show that is regularly viewed by children.
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Seth wrote:Well, it's on cartoon network, in the middle of the day
so yeah.....

I played this at a friends party last year and everyone just stared at me.
I hate high schoolers.
I've heard that song, as well as seen it referenced on Futurama.
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Seth wrote: Y'know what's awesome? Rappers who's language would make a sailor blush Lending their voices to a children's show.
lol I've seen that show on youtube. Its a hilarious kids show.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8QT7ITv9Ecs
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RandomGeekNamedBrent wrote:
Seth wrote:Well, it's on cartoon network, in the middle of the day
so yeah.....

I played this at a friends party last year and everyone just stared at me.
I hate high schoolers.
I've heard that song, as well as seen it referenced on Futurama.
That's where I initially found it as well, then one day I was listening to some black flag and saw the video.
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Sleet wrote:Heck, it's not even that appropriate.
most of regular show is okay for kids

but that wasn't, i mean exactly what did he call rigby?

hilariously awesome show of course. including that. tyler the creator being on that show is hilarious and awesome in itself.
I was going to make a joke but then I did.

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Ebly wrote:
Sleet wrote:Heck, it's not even that appropriate.
most of regular show is okay for kids

but that wasn't, i mean exactly what did he call rigby?

hilariously awesome show of course. including that. tyler the creator being on that show is hilarious and awesome in itself.

I love the episode with the Billy Idol song in it.
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Found a couple Obscure Punk bands to fawn over.
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I wonder is my suitemates are tired of The Distillers yet?
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I need to stop obsessing over this band
But this song is gold! Hilarious!
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Ever since a successful de-warping mission, I've been listening to this non-stop. Which also brings me to a question... does anybody here listen to vinyl anymore? You know, the black spinny things that make funny noises?
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My parents have a record player that I used to mess with a little bit.
But no I don't listen to them anymore.
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Goforit wrote:Ever since a successful de-warping mission, I've been listening to this non-stop. Which also brings me to a question... does anybody here listen to vinyl anymore? You know, the black spinny things that make funny noises?
I listen to vinyl! I've got a record player on my desk right next to my laptop.

I like Boston's self-titled album a lot. Every single song is good except for the very last one, which is odd for me, as a progressive rock fan, since I'm used to track ordering being more deliberate than simply "start good, end bad." Hitch a Ride starts off sounding like it'll be a bad song, and then the organ solo comes in and it singlehandedly redeems the entire song. *swoons*
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"Anubis" by Septic Flesh.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1E_ijZgom0

Melodic Death Metal from Greece.
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Radio Blue Heart wrote:"Anubis" by Septic Flesh.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1E_ijZgom0

Melodic Death Metal from Greece.
:shock: Those vocals are pretty sick.
where'd you find this band? It's pretty incredible
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Seth wrote:
Radio Blue Heart wrote:"Anubis" by Septic Flesh.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1E_ijZgom0

Melodic Death Metal from Greece.
:shock: Those vocals are pretty sick.
where'd you find this band? It's pretty incredible

Just sort of stumbled across them one day. They quickly became one of my favorite bands. Check 'em out. The entire "Communion" album is awesome.

Here is a good resource if you like heavy metal.

http://www.metal-archives.com/

Its the "Encyclopedia Metallum", you can search for bands by everything from lyrical themes to country of origin.
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Radio Blue Heart wrote:
Seth wrote:
Radio Blue Heart wrote:"Anubis" by Septic Flesh.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1E_ijZgom0

Melodic Death Metal from Greece.
:shock: Those vocals are pretty sick.
where'd you find this band? It's pretty incredible

Just sort of stumbled across them one day. They quickly became one of my favorite bands. Check 'em out. The entire "Communion" album is awesome.

Here is a good resource if you like heavy metal.

http://www.metal-archives.com/

Its the "Encyclopedia Metallum", you can search for bands by everything from lyrical themes to country of origin.
Huh, that's a cool website I'll have to check it out when I have a little bit of spare time

Nofx is so good....
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Various horror film scores:

"The Boogeyman" by Time Krog.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0Uk4PDps1E

"Hardware" (aka "M. A. R. K. 13") by Simon Boswell.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XS1jUUjLudA

"Demons 2" also by Simon Boswell.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qb-B7edVfR4

"The Keep" by Tangerine Dream

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right now, I'm watching a bunch of videos by OK Go
the latest one, they play the music with a car.
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RandomGeekNamedBrent wrote:right now, I'm watching a bunch of videos by OK Go
the latest one, they play the music with a car.

Great video, it's a shame they couldn't get real band to play in it though. :P
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OK Go is not bad! They're not my favorite, of course. But the videos definitely are better than the music.
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Eh, I've just never cared for their music
and the videos make them seem gimicky so I'm probablybeing a little harsher than I'd normally be.
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I recently downloaded 5 songs off of Paramore's first album... I like. ^-^
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Music for WEREWOLVES!

Powerwolf - "When the Moon Shines Red"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayWVkp9sfIQ

GrimWolf - "The Night Is My Bride"

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Two awesome metal bands, Powerwolf from Germany and Romania, GrimWolf from California, who's lyrical themes and aesthetic is based on werewolves. Good music for a full moon.

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I like the first one!
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Sleet wrote:I like the first one!
Then give these a try:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEMVPtUc-q0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWTvp4dTeTU
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Radio Blue Heart wrote:Music for WEREWOLVES!

Powerwolf - "When the Moon Shines Red"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayWVkp9sfIQ

GrimWolf - "The Night Is My Bride"

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Two awesome metal bands, Powerwolf from Germany and Romania, GrimWolf from California, who's lyrical themes and aesthetic is based on werewolves. Good music for a full moon.

Interesting note, the youtube user that posted that particular video for the Powerwolf song is Koul. An artist on FA.
That's approaching Dio like levels of cheesy :lol:


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Radio Blue Heart wrote:Music for WEREWOLVES!

Powerwolf - "When the Moon Shines Red"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayWVkp9sfIQ

GrimWolf - "The Night Is My Bride"

[Link removed for graphic album art]

Two awesome metal bands, Powerwolf from Germany and Romania, GrimWolf from California, who's lyrical themes and aesthetic is based on werewolves. Good music for a full moon.

Interesting note, the youtube user that posted that particular video for the Powerwolf song is Koul. An artist on FA.

Sort of reminds me of this band.

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