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#41
I've been listening to alot of Erik Mongrain since I first watched some of his youtube videos. His style is unique

#44
Quote by ng117
Regarding Jazz, you should try Davis, Coltrane, the list goes on...

Just avoid Free Jazz. Shit's toxic.
#45
Quote by crazysam23_Atax
Just avoid Free Jazz. Shit's toxic.


What's with you guys and not liking free form jazz?

Is it just Thrash and I that like it?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4sEcIHG0Yc
#46
Quote by Pagan_Poetry
Disappointmentcore?


They they are in no way related to hardcore punk, so adding core to it doesn't work.

If you're expecting them to be a genre, yeah, you'll be disappointed, but they are not. Remember that they are not, then re-listen to them. They are a good band.
Tomorrow will take us away
Far from home
No one will ever know our names
But the bards' songs will remain
Tomorrow will take it away
The fear of today
It will be gone
Due to our magic songs

ALL HAIL CELESTIA
#47
Quote by jjfeu662
They they are in no way related to hardcore punk, so adding core to it doesn't work.

If you're expecting them to be a genre, yeah, you'll be disappointed, but they are not. Remember that they are not, then re-listen to them. They are a good band.



Dude few things

1) itisajoke.com/web&834927923762/mainpage.html
2) I used to like them growing up. They aren't really a bad band. I've just grown out of them. A main reason why was because their last few albums, like Cradle of Filth's as well, were just so insanely disappointing when I was a big fan of both bands.
#49
Quote by Pagan_Poetry
Dude few things

1) itisajoke.com/web&834927923762/mainpage.html
2) I used to like them growing up. They aren't really a bad band. I've just grown out of them. A main reason why was because their last few albums, like Cradle of Filth's as well, were just so insanely disappointing when I was a big fan of both bands.


I admit, listen to Abrahadabra and compare it Stormblåst, you're like "dafuq happened?", but everything else they made is gold.
I don't care for Dani Filth's singing voice, but from what I heard their last albums flopped.


New genre to listen to: Grunge
Tomorrow will take us away
Far from home
No one will ever know our names
But the bards' songs will remain
Tomorrow will take it away
The fear of today
It will be gone
Due to our magic songs

ALL HAIL CELESTIA
#51
^

Quote by jjfeu662
I admit, listen to Abrahadabra and compare it Stormblåst, you're like "dafuq happened?", but everything else they made is gold.
I don't care for Dani Filth's singing voice, but from what I heard their last albums flopped.


New genre to listen to: Grunge


Ehh I dunno. I've grown out of that melodic black/gothic metal influenced kind of stuff.

If I want my extreme metal melodic, I go for stuff like Wolves in the Throne Room and Alcest now.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JXGUe9lp58
#57
#58
Quote by Lord_Doku

This! This song, so hard! Also try some strait up folk music like Pete Seeger and Joan Baez. Folk rock like the byrds and Crosby, Stills and Nash. Psychedelic folk kicks so much ass. Like the Incredible String Band's albums The Hangman's Beautiful Daughter, Wee Tam and the Big Huge, and Changing Horses
Please call me Rainer, was 16 and empty minded when I made my profile.

Sometimes I talk to myself too...but never on the internet.
#59
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Quote by Robchappers
Ha ha love you to dude ;-)

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#60
Quote by sk8board3r
Probably going to have a lot of people here disagree with me, but Hip hop. Good hip hop. And as far as for inspiration for guitar playing, that also applies. Hip hop has shown me rhythms and phrasing I never would have known.
Hip hop has given me an entirely different outlook on the rhythm section's role.

Well, not a 180 degree turn, just some valuable insight.
Only play what you hear. If you don’t hear anything, don’t play anything.
-Chick Corea
#61
80s/90s hip hop is decent, anything past that is lazy guys talking to a computer beat about the life they want.
Tomorrow will take us away
Far from home
No one will ever know our names
But the bards' songs will remain
Tomorrow will take it away
The fear of today
It will be gone
Due to our magic songs

ALL HAIL CELESTIA
#64
Quote by In Vein
Here's some jazz stuff that might help get you into the genre.


>gives examples of subgenres of jazz
>forgets to include the best subgenre
There's no such thing; there never was. Where I am going you cannot follow me now.
#66
You should try out that Bieber guy, he has a lot of songs
Quote by ChemicalFire
You get my first ever lolstack






The image in my head is just too funny for words at this point


Aw yeah.
#67
Psychedelic Country Rock Duets

Yeah these are all on one album, but Lee Hazelwood's work is worth checking out, especially the album "Requiem for an Almost Lady". Nancy and Lee is one of my all time favorite albums, and IDGAF I'm sharing some of it on here.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sb-SVPJM4L4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pGfD2j9M1dA&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YLccoMGEbI

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiISrw2GTXE
#68
Quote by jjfeu662
80s/90s hip hop is decent, anything past that is lazy guys talking to a computer beat about the life they want.

yeah black ppl are so lazy rip traditional america
#70
Quote by Addonexus408
Rap that talks about something other than money/bitches/cars.
****ing love Atmosphere. I listened to Slug's shit way too much in the past few years so I've been avoiding it recently, but it's probably my favorite hip-hop group.
Only play what you hear. If you don’t hear anything, don’t play anything.
-Chick Corea
#71
For Jazz listen to Miles Davis's CD Bitches Brew
For Electronic listen to Pendulum's CD Hold Your Colour
For a concept album listen the Moody Blue's CD Days of Future Passed
For Rap/ Hip Hop listen to Del's CD Deltron 3030
For Trip Hop/ Downbeat listen to DJ Shadow's CD Endtroducing or Massive Attack's CD Mezzanine
For something avant garde listen to John Cage
or just listen to Drum & Bass.
grok it.

SKREAM!

Listen to jazz, it's good for you...
Last edited by dubstar92 at Nov 17, 2012,
#72
Instead of considering music as a bunch of different genres that, in the opinion of others, should or should not be listened to, why not just be open to listening to all forms of music and form your own opinions about them?
#75
Quote by jjfeu662
Dimmu Borgir is its own genre.


good one bro
~don't finkdinkle when ur supposed to be dimpdickin~
#76
Quote by ChucklesMginty
Man I would love to have a gangsta rap album right now. I should do that.


bone thugs n harmony - creepin on ah come up
scarface - no tears
brotha lynch hung - season of da siccness
dr dre - the chronic (not the gangster-est shit, but everyone needs that album)
#DTWD
#78
Quote by DonGlover
You're just listening now?! Get in that shit!

Heaven or Las Vegas ,Victorialand, and Treasure are my favorites. You should also check out Robin Guthrie's solo work and collaborations with Harold Budd.


They've made stuff with Budd?!

Dear god!
sometimes I see us in a cymbal splash or in the sound of a car crash
#79
Night Berds.
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#80
Diddle core

Quote by ChucklesMginty
Man I would love to have a gangsta rap album right now. I should do that.


Eazy E - It's on
Cypress Hill - Black Sunday
N.W.A - Straight outta compton
Bone thugs - Art of war
Last edited by beau05 at Nov 21, 2012,