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For the record, In on the Kill Taker & End Hits are my favorite Fugazi albums.
^ Right, but I don't even listen to ska anymore! Dude was a tool. It was the only way I could find to try to relate with him, and it failed because he was a dick. You know?
ryan of secret police has a van. night fever is currently using it though until the 22nd.
I had my bad taste in music stage from like 8-12, I was listening to what I would now (at 23) consider decent music by the time I was 13 (isn't there an age limit on this site?). I've just been spending time since then finding more and more bands and genres to add to my figurative (and literal) collection. I don't understand your logic, I don't need past experience in a genre to appreciate a good band.
Absolutely not, but I did approach music with an open mind and if someone would've showed me the music I listen to today, back then... I probably wouldn't of missed so many awesome shows.
I only recommend people things they'll actually like if they're cool.
edit: and the only way to prove you're cool is to like the music I rec'd that I didn't think you should.. it's kinda a vicious cycle.
He said Takaru sucked and that NOFX and Bad Religion were among his favorite punk bands. He said that The Ramones and Misfits weren't poppy. ****ing Christ this guy is a moron and deserves no defense.
And I KNOW I've been listening to them longer than you, as when I first saw them you had no idea who they were.
Plus none of you have seen them 3 times
Also the Dude Trips years were just as good as the Small Pleasures years, you silly person.
For me it's been happy punk style. Let's start with Fenix TX, Fork Period, Green Day, Blink, I consider The Vandals, Guttermouth, Screeching Weasel, The Apers, The Queers, Dead Milkmen, even The Descendents with Songs like "Nothing With You." I'm pretty sure I know what pop punk is, been playing for ten years in pop punk bands.
What do you think pop punk is? If the answer is anything more than saying a bunch of dumb kids having fun and acting silly being romantics one minute and fart jokes the next then I guess I've had it wrong.
Have any of you guys ever tried lucid dreaming? I was going to try it, but I'm too lazy/apathetic about sleeping experiences.
Jam session today. Hopefully all will go well.
EDIT: Good times, I'm looking forward to presenting the punk forum with a demo tape.
You know you're onto a winner when an afternoon jam session turns into a 10-hour drinkathon.
sorry dude there is a song wake me up til september ends by simple plan cause i researched it. sorry i really am please for give me
Yeah I like that one too! It's probably the best song Simple plant will ever write!
They are pop and punk rock...I still say they are punk
Cheers dude, I appreciate that.
Right now is the single most pivotal moment in my life, and if the potential group that I'm banking on forming doesn't happen, I don't think that I'll be able to deal with the dissapointment. I just won't get over it.
I wish I was in a vegetative state so I wouldn't have to deal with mind shit. Or alternatively if I was a genius I wouldn't mind dealing with mind shit, because that's the cross that you bear by being a genius. Sadly this is not the case, I am only too well aware of my mediocrity.
Oh come on. This is ****ing ridiculous.
That Descendents gig that got cancelled? Weeeell, it's been rescheduled TO MY MUM'S BIRTHDAY. GOD****INGDAMNIT.
In other news hooolyyyy shiiiit
GuitarPro has this lovely way of putting everything as sharps or flats, depending on the key signature, so make sure you correct it (there's a "Change accidental"-function or something like that) where needed.
Personally I wouldn't use GuitarPro for notation as it's rather ill-suited for the task. Since you're getting the chance to work with a violinist, you ought to strive make the score as legible as you can and the presentation as good as possible, both to make working with the music easy and to encourage further collaboration.
I only listened to Frankenchrist once, and I wasn't paying much attention. Bedtime indeed has too many songs. I found it grating (like all of the DKs' work) but not particularly enjoyable (like the best of the DKs' work).
personally giving up the ghost is probably my favorite
Talking about "experimental" music is dumb. At least "post-punk" actually describes music in terms of its context in the real world. "Experimental" supposed to describe an approach to making music, but people are prone to call a band experimental if its music sounds like the experimental music that came 20 years earlier. That's lame.
Normally I'm not so pedantic about such things, but unlike nominal epithets like "crust" or "new wave," "experimental" has an absolute definition. Heck, even "avant-garde," which is pretty much synonymous, is a little better because it carries connotations of certain historical movements. As an elitist ******, I'm irritated when I get the impression that people call something experimental just because it has some synths or something.