So I'm changing the strings on my acoustic guitar and I just want to remove the dust from the area underneath the strings and the fretboard. I'm out of guitar polish so I was wondering if there was something else I could use instead. Thanks.
Now I know most of you will say Dark Side of the Moon but I'm gonna pick The Wall. Dark Side is a great album but it's a little too jazzy for my taste. The Wall is heavy as hell. So what's your favorite Pink Floyd album?
I like REAL punk like Sex Pistols, Violent Femmes, The Ramones, and The Clash. I pretty much hate pop punk, it's so annoying. There is one exception, can't get enough Offspring, I don't really consider them pop punk but other people do.
I'm so excited to go buy it on Tuesday. NPR streamed it the other day and it sounds amazing. My favorite song off the album is "From Can to Can't" with Corey Taylor, Rick Nielson, Scott Reeder, and Dave Grohl. So who else is going to get the album next week? Thoughts, feelings?
So I'm sitting here working on my piles and piles of homework. Normally I listen to music while working on homework, namely full albums. I just finished listening to Muse's The 2nd Law for like the 5th time. I mostly like alternative 90s rock (Foo Fighters, RATM, RHCP, The Wallflowers, Nirvana, etc.) I also like Mumford & Sons and the Black Keys. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
OT: Racist jokes, sexist jokes, and special needs jokes are all funny, it just depends on who your telling them to. I have a brother with special but I'm really chill and if someone were to make a special needs joke I would laugh. Some people are just really uptight and don't know how to take a joke.
So I'm in the mood for some easy going, 90s-00s, acousticy rock. I'm talking stuff similar to You and Me by Lifehouse or The Freshman by The Verve Pipe. I know there's a lot of stuff like that out there but I'm drawing a blank. Can someone help me out?
So I'm currently in and AP United States History class and we often talk about why people take certain sides on topics throughout history. For example, in the 1960s many historians began writing books about slavery and how it was bad. This was because the Civil Rights movement was going on.
I was thinking that the same thing could be applied to music. Why is it that folk bands like Mumford & Sons and the Lumineers are so popular all of a sudden. Before they came around much of mainstream music was pop music like Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne. What is going on in the world right now that would cause folk music to make a comeback? I love Mumford & Sons, but I never would have heard of them if they hadn't become popular. Is it possible that certain bands and genres become popular based on what is going on in the world at the time? If so, what is going on that is making bands and genres more popular? Discuss.