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[#] Mon Sep 09 2019 08:55:44 EDT from darknetuser @ Uncensored

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Heresy!!!!!!
Dio is still fucking awesome to this day.
And Judas is still producing fucking awesome themes after decades of being around. Heck, I think a lot of their best is in their latter works.
Iron Maiden... it was always very hit and miss. Their good stuff was very good and their not-good-stuff was very non-good.

[#] Tue Sep 10 2019 11:29:44 EDT from Ragnar Danneskjold @ Uncensored

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13 years of waiting for a new Tool album, and this is what we get?

Feh.

[#] Tue Sep 10 2019 14:19:27 EDT from wizard of aahz @ Uncensored

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In my days, the bass was bassier!!!

[#] Tue Sep 10 2019 19:45:35 EDT from darknetuser @ Uncensored

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Don't let Joe DiMaggio (Manowar's bassist) hear you. He has been cranking the bass up and up the last albums until it overshadowed the lead guitars hahaha

[#] Mon Sep 16 2019 05:49:49 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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I was thinking about this - and I mentioned that while punk aged well
and I still find it very listenable - metal did not. But that isn't
entirely true. 

I (wrongly) associate punk rock with polkas. Many of you here know why, of course, but I can't really help it.

The polka, though, is pretty simple. Short-short-short, pause, short-short-short, pause, short, pause, short, pause, short, longer pause. That's polka (via words rather than music, to the degree I can explain it that way).

Maybe punk is similarly simple. Distort your ruined voice into a microphone, screaming epitaths about how badly society sucks to painfully distorted guitars in the background until society's ears bleed. I think that's the essence of punk, although it's entirely possible that I don't get it.

[#] Mon Sep 16 2019 05:50:57 EDT from fleeb @ Uncensored

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2019-09-10 14:19 from wizard of aahz
In my days, the bass was bassier!!!

And required a bow with rosen.

[#] Mon Sep 16 2019 11:34:11 EDT from wizard of aahz @ Uncensored

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oof. Nice.

[#] Thu Sep 19 2019 12:10:48 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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And required a bow with rosen.

Damn buncha hippy LZ fanbois.

[#] Sun Oct 06 2019 14:11:49 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar @ Uncensored

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Leonid Vorobyev "and friends" are some musicians from Russia who
appear as a cover band on YouTube. Most of the videos I've watched so

far are covers of Chicago, and they play Chicago better than Chicago
did. Every single one of these people is brilliant.

I keep coming back to listen to more of this. It has made me realize two things:

1. I definitely under-appreciated the music of Chicago, probably because I grew up hearing it and it just sort of faded into the background. When I listen now, as a musician myself, I appreciate how insanely good the arranging and orchestration is.

2. And as I suggested earlier, I am now 100% convinced that Leonid and Friends play Chicago better than Chicago did.

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