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Dr. Eugene Felikson 12.02.2018 08:31 PM


 


Scumfuck - Reaper

Dr. Eugene Felikson 12.04.2018 02:58 AM


 


Infernal Coil - Within a World Forgotten

dirty bunny 12.04.2018 03:55 AM

Been absolutely in love with Pretty Girls Make Graves's album Good Health.


I did listen to the follow-up The New Romance, and, although much more subdued, still sounds pretty great so far.



But Good Health, and their eponymous EP, knockouts.

dirty bunny 12.04.2018 04:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Severian
Underrated but has nothing on peak NIN (1988-1994; 1999)

Loved NIN so much growing up. Will never not at least like them/him/it/whatever

But I think his scores have outshined his album work in recent years.





Even if NIN had done nothing other than the song Closer I would love them.

Dr. Eugene Felikson 12.04.2018 07:01 AM

 


Deluge - Aether

Dr. Eugene Felikson 12.04.2018 07:58 AM


 

no vacation - intermission

Dr. Eugene Felikson 12.04.2018 08:30 AM

 

teen suicide - bad vibes forever

_slavo_ 12.04.2018 08:34 AM

 


seriously good.

Severian 12.04.2018 08:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dirty bunny
Even if NIN had done nothing other than the song Closer I would love them.


“Closer” is a fucking miracle of pop music.

Why? Because it’s the bounciest and catchiest song of the year it was released (it’s basically a disco track built on a minimalist expansion of a single beat) and because it’s damn near 7 minutes long, explodes into a noise-funk breakdown that spits in the very face of pop and alt-rock radio play and because it still managed to be one of the biggest songs of the ’90s.

Goddamn right, if “Closer” was all NIN ever released, I’d love NIN.

(P.s. “Runaway” by Kanye follows some of the same structural principals, expands and contracts and distorts in similar ways, and even further challenges the conventions of pop songcraft and was an even bigger hit, so... #shamelesskanyeplug)

Dr. Eugene Felikson 12.04.2018 09:26 AM

NIN is the second greatest band of all time.

After Deftones, of course <3

Now playing :


 


Dark Funeral - Where Shadows Forever Reign

!@#$%! 12.04.2018 09:44 AM

 


nice with coffee. ah if i could only have a cigarette haaa haaa haaa.

!@#$%! 12.04.2018 10:41 AM

again

 


it's great

Dr. Eugene Felikson 12.04.2018 12:04 PM

 


Iron Maiden - Powerslave

their best album imho

Diesel 12.04.2018 01:49 PM

Nine inch nails?...deftones?......
https://youtu.be/64z-hP8bll4

Severian 12.04.2018 03:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dr. Eugene Felikson
NIN is the second greatest band of all time.

After Deftones, of course <3


Ok I’m gonna stop you there...

Dr. Eugene Felikson 12.04.2018 03:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Severian
Ok I’m gonna stop you there...



 

!@#$%! 12.04.2018 03:59 PM

haaaa haaaa haaaa haaa

Peterpuff 12.04.2018 03:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dirty bunny
Been absolutely in love with Pretty Girls Make Graves's album Good Health.


I did listen to the follow-up The New Romance, and, although much more subdued, still sounds pretty great so far.



But Good Health, and their eponymous EP, knockouts.


I fucking love, love LOVE that band. Speakers Push Air is just such a great life anthem song. I really think New Romance is a near perfect album also, personally (even with some of the "bad" lyrics, they just work on this album for me for some reason).

Was lucky enough to see them play at a nice little Dallas club shortly before they disbanded, after they added that cute little keyboard gal. Such great energy.

choc e-Claire 12.04.2018 04:59 PM

Bossanova, by the Pixies. My favourite of theirs, based on my extremely limited experience (I've listened to the first three once each).

Severian 12.04.2018 06:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by choc e-Claire
Bossanova, by the Pixies. My favourite of theirs, based on my extremely limited experience (I've listened to the first three once each).


Nah that’s the worst album from their classic era.

It’s really a matter of Doolittle vs. Surfer Rosa for the top spots, and Bossa vs. Trompe for third place.

You’ll see when you get older. :D

P.S. is this everyone-is-older-than-you-are schtick still funny? Seems to be. ;)


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