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Old 04.13.2006, 04:10 PM   #49
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Originally Posted by spirale
i don't think it's a "ripped" matter, i think that it's a tuning matter: a lot of their last songs (almost all those mentioned above....sunday heather angel altar boy stones new hampshire elegy....) are featured by those fucking G thurston tunings (like CGDGBB and CGDGCD) that tend to make songs sound similar one another......

In a way I love the "key of G / CGDGCD" tuning, as it is one of two that i use myself in my band and the prefered tuning i use for improvised/noise work... though i was hoping that thurston would drift away more from it for the exact reason you mention, "the songs sound similar to one another..."

however again this tuning is quite useful for experimental/improv/noise.
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