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Post by Mighty Midget » 03-06-2006 18:50

Turbonegro - Ass Cobra/Apocalypse Dudes

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Post by RaGe|DB » 03-06-2006 23:50

Matisyuha - King without a crown


(jewish reggea:D)

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Post by Rincewind SW » 04-06-2006 10:05

Radiohead - Big Ideas

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Post by Mighty Midget » 04-06-2006 13:36

I just saw a GG Allin video. I wish I hadn't. That guy was way beyond disgusting:confused: Too bad, coz the song itself was great.

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Post by BunnyS » 05-06-2006 12:30

Liszt - Liebestraum No.3 In A Flat

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Post by Rens2Sea » 05-06-2006 22:29

*clears throat*

Ayreon

Arjen Anthony Lucassen is a Dutch multi-instrumentalist who in 1995 released an album called Ayreon, the first of a very successful series of rock operas featuring many international guest-musicians. Ayreon is Arjen's main project, but he also works on various side-projects.

Biography

The progressive metal outfit Ayreon is essentially just Dutch multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Arjen Anthony Lucassen (formerly of the more mainstream metal band Vengeance), plus a revolving-door cast of collaborators and guest musicians that changes from project to project. Ayreon albums are usually large-scale concept epics and sometimes rock operas, in the latter case featuring a different vocalist for each character. Lucassen formed Ayreon in 1994 and released its first album, The Final Experiment, the following year. The more ethereal Actual Fantasy followed in 1996, and from there Ayreon only got more elaborate. 1998's Into the Electric Castle was a campy, sci-fi concept work spanning two discs and featuring guests like ex-Marillion singer Fish and the Gathering's Anneke van Giersbergen. Next up was Universal Migrator, another double-disc set whose volumes were issued separately under the subtitles Part I: The Dream Sequencer and Part II: Flight of the Migrator. These featured even more guest appearances, most notably Tiamat's Johan Edlund and Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson, plus current and former members of Gamma Ray, Primal Fear, Helloween, Stratovarius, and Symphony X; musicians included Rocket Scientist's Erik Norlander and ex-Gorefest drummer Ed Warby.

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Post by Isil » 06-06-2006 15:18

Interesting stuff Rens!

Atm I'm enjoying my Peter Pan Speedrock collection.

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Post by Messy » 06-06-2006 15:43

BunnyS wrote: /me is now playing - Stadium Arcadium album :>


finally \o/


I saw them live yesterday \o/

..though it wasn't very different from how it was 4 years ago o_O

+different suits
+different jokes
+different soloes (plus fuckups <3)
+stadium arcadium songs

Even the same encore routine:
Lights out; wait 5 minutes; Chad comes on stage; drum solo; Frusciante and Flea come in; instrumental bit / noise section; Kiedis comes in to kick in Californication (I think); after that come about 10 to 15 bars of Suck My Kiss that eventually go into a very long version of Give it Away.

Was pretty much the same when I went to see them 4 years ago, even though that was a concert and this was a festival.

ps: Listening to..nothing \o. atm, cause I'm getting ready for a shower; 3 days of Pinkpop kills hygiene

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Post by BrinGer » 06-06-2006 15:50

i went to see Boy Kill Boy in oxford 2 weeks ago was awesome! My friends band is supporting ocean colour scene on saturday in northampton watch out for them they are called "the raid"

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Post by Rincewind SW » 06-06-2006 15:50

Some Kid A songs I messed up in Audacity, after I read this Wikipedia article on the album. Some songs actually sound ok.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kid_a

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Post by Messy » 06-06-2006 16:41

Interesting.. *points at the bit on syncing up*

I was finally going to buy Kid A a few days ago..but I chose to buy Kind of Blue in the end.

Thing is..Miles Davis' Kind of Blue was in my left hand while Kid A was in the other. Basically an impossible choice to do objectively, because you can't compare them, and they're both masterpieces..

Then suddenly the (dutch hiphop) group that was playing in the record store sang something about 'being like Miles Davis when I feel kind of blue' (but in Dutch)..so I figured I'd give the irony of faith what it wanted and bought it ;p

ps: Has anyone tried the sync-up with 10,000 days yet? I can't get it exactly synced up (just a few milliseconds), but I can hear that it actually fits pretty much perfectly if it wasn't for me not being able to use Audacity perfectly...

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Post by Rens2Sea » 06-06-2006 17:07

Went to Pinkpop eh?

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Post by Messy » 06-06-2006 18:21

I'm only a bit ashamed to say: yes.

Biggest question about Pinkpop for me is:
"How the fuck can so many people clap their hands totally off the rhythm?"

I mean..I tried ;p but I just can't do it..

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Post by slimshady » 06-06-2006 18:59

by putting corks in their ears


W.A.Mozart ---> Requiem KV 626, Kyrie eleison
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Post by Rens2Sea » 06-06-2006 19:53

Stream of Passion - Passion

(also a project from Arjen Anthony Lucassen \o/)

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