#1
Hey boys and girls,
I'm about to embark upon the journey that is my music coursework and basically we have to study three songs of the same style.
Problem A: What genre to do.
Problem B: What three songs should I pick.

Problem A: The two types i was thinking about are metal and neo-classical metal stuff. Problem B doesnt really occur if i pick to do metal so your thoughts on this.

Problem B: If i choose neo-classical what three songs should i study? I was thinkin Air to Air by Theodore Ziras mainly because you need to perform a piece an its fairly straightforward. Besides this though any other neo-classical songs you can recommend would rule.

Thanks in advance, Jack

Hey was also thinking maybe an ozielzinho piece. Anyone heard of him? Hes really good check him out sometime.
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Last edited by Diateo at Mar 9, 2007,
#4
No. Do grindcore to be an asshole and get a rise out of people.

Then use songs by Agoraphobic Nosebleed, See You Next Tuesday, and Robinson, it would be amazing.
#5
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No. Do grindcore to be an asshole and get a rise out of people.

Then use songs by Agoraphobic Nosebleed, See You Next Tuesday, and Robinson, it would be amazing.


I have to agree , just to piss poeple off
#6
You'd be pissing off the metalheads most, with that poser grindcore.
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#7
I guess See You Next Tuesday could be called poser, but they're still good, as for Agoraphobic Nosebleed and Robinson, rofl, notrly.
#8
Nah, not Agoraphobic Rosebleed. But with a name like Robinson, they probably are part of this new wave of grind.
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#9
They're the only non-white belt band on Debello, they're honestly "real" grind.

I can understand hating the whole white belt style (hell I do too, except for the ones I made that thread about), but hating on See You Next Tuesday is unacceptable :p.

http://www.myspace.com/robinson

listen
#10
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Nah, not Agoraphobic Rosebleed.


Damn that sounds emo
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Alright, I'll give them a try, Japanese Black Speed rarely disappoints.

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#11
They're alright, but they still sound core-ish too me. But they're not bad.

And wtf is white belt grind?
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#12
Meh, Robinson's one of the best new grind bands ever, even though their vocals take a lot of getting used to.

White belt grind is the term for the Debello bands and the stuff like that, the Converge worshipping grind. The name comes from the whole "scene" trend, and how the kids who are into that type of grind signify it by wearing white belts.
#13
XD Rite piss people off I mite have to do!!!
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#14
Dude, search for the band Ultimate Warriors on Soulseek, they were local, but you can find their stuff on there... that's like the perfect grind/powerviolence blend to get people to go "wtf?"
#15
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Meh, Robinson's one of the best new grind bands ever, even though their vocals take a lot of getting used to.

White belt grind is the term for the Debello bands and the stuff like that, the Converge worshipping grind. The name comes from the whole "scene" trend, and how the kids who are into that type of grind signify it by wearing white belts.




White belts



That must be quite a snazzy look
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#16
Meh, I rock the white belt, moreso because I like the way it looks. I got asked if I liked grind by some scene girl at work (I stock candy at a grocery store), and I was just like, yeah, why do you ask? and she was like, "well you have a white belt."

Then I looked it up, .

SYNT's old singer rocked the white belt .
#17
Gah, I hate the scenester look. But anyways...

lol.
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