Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by MushroomPrime, Jul 14, 2009.
At the end of the day, any (and I mean any) modern guitar-based music can be traced back to the blues.
34 years old today
Been cranking this lately. Sad that Fear Factory is over, but I'm looking forward to hearing Burton kill it on this record.
Well, $#!+, I think I may have found the only true, soulful, old school master southern bluesman who happens to be white. I'm blown away and on the verge of tears right now. This is so beautiful.
Been a while since I jammed this
Awesome, I love the Railgun series music.
I'm a little late catching up on this thread, but sorta related; my friend picked me up Megadeth's Countdown to Extinction when in came out as a b-day gift, but he wasn't into metal, and his mom was curious about it, since her only exposure was hearing about how evil it was (late phase Satanic Panic). So, since he gave me the gift at their house, she insisted we listen to it while she read the lyrics. She was shocked both at how "not evil" the lyrics were, and how much she liked the music. I remember weeks or months later, her asking me if I voted for a MuchMusic (Canadian MTV) video contest, as Megadeth's Symphony for Destruction was a contestant, and she herself paid the 50 cents to vote for them!
Have been a fan on both of these guys for years. EL-P since about 97 when he was in Co-Flow. Mike since he appeared on the "Whole World" Outkast single. Hey, I'm a Dungeon Family fan. RTJ 1-3 are great. Catch these guys live if you have a chance. Still can't believe that these guys have become this big with this unlikely out of nowhere pairing. Two of my favorite hiphop worlds came together and created a big impact. Feels good to finally be able to hear other people outside of my niche appreciate EL's hectic sci-fi funk beats.
Big Deftones fan. This one is perfectly balanced between their two trademark styles.
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