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Old 08-18-2004, 01:22 PM   #251
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Replying to the initial question, I have Nirvana in, with Modest Mouse, System of a Down and the Beatles ready to play.

Sry if this is out of context, noticed the thread is very long.
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Old 08-18-2004, 10:01 PM   #252
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Replying to the initial question, I have Nirvana in, with Modest Mouse, System of a Down and the Beatles ready to play.

Sry if this is out of context, noticed the thread is very long.

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Old 08-19-2004, 10:21 AM   #253
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Paulie! Where ya been Man?

Too bad you couldn't make it out to Denver this year for the Chargers game.
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Old 08-20-2004, 09:20 AM   #254
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Old 08-22-2004, 07:36 PM   #255
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Ever heard of "Dayglo Abortions?"
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Old 08-22-2004, 07:38 PM   #256
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Old 08-22-2004, 07:44 PM   #257
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Old 08-22-2004, 07:54 PM   #258
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Ever heard of "Dayglo Abortions?"

not bad I do like a few Dayglo songs... You guys ever heard of the Dwarves?
good sh$t, I have two albums this one..


and "The Dwarves are Young and Good Looking" couldn't be posted due to some nipples...and a skateboard.
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Old 08-22-2004, 08:43 PM   #259
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No caption required.... A truly fitting scene.
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Old 08-24-2004, 09:53 PM   #260
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Bad Religion never caught my attention until I saw them live @ The Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver in 1994, one of the biggest stage presences Ive ever seen in a small venue... Loud, Tight, and Clean.
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Old 08-25-2004, 12:16 AM   #261
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Props Mr...for the BR cd's...Against the Grain has some tunes man...they are my favortie band, hands down...No other group compares to them...IMO...Pennywise actually is right behind them

System of a Down - Steal This Album....

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Old 08-25-2004, 01:22 PM   #262
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Old 08-30-2004, 08:25 PM   #263
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Ahh the Dead Milkmen...I seen them so many times in the 80's & early 90's that they remain to this day the band I've seen the most (although The Pietasters are quickly catching up to them in that dept.). They were some of the funnest and funniest shows I was ever at. My fave had to be when they were on the tour promoting Soul Rotation and played in front of this massive picture of Pat Buchanon....do I really have to tell you the fate of that picture??

This is a good overview of the output for newbies....I know a lot of fans really cite Big Lizard In My Backyard as the best of the lot, but for my money, I'd rather have Bucky Fellini or Beelzebubba if I had to choose one.....I miss them a lot.
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Old 08-30-2004, 08:32 PM   #264
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Bad Religion never caught my attention until I saw them live @ The Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver in 1994, one of the biggest stage presences Ive ever seen in a small venue... Loud, Tight, and Clean.
Good driving music.

I kinda lost interest in Bad Religion after the early years...I really don't know why that was, it just happened that way.

I really love the song "Drastic Actions" from them...the How Can Hell Be Any Worse? album is above average as well IMO.
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Old 08-30-2004, 08:46 PM   #265
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I have 3 in there now:

1) Sweet - Desolation Boulevard (one of my all time favorites)
2) Boston - Boston
3) Journey - Captured

I guess I was in a 70's mood.
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Old 09-01-2004, 05:55 AM   #266
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Greil Marcus said when comparing these two records "you can hear an ugly momentum with these records and it's the music's urge to catch up with the people who made it"....listening to these albums now, I more than agree with that assessment. The Doors managed to outrun the spectre for a few years...Joy Divison, on the other hand, did not...their two official releases (Unknown Pleasures(seen above) & Closer) remain some of the most frighteningly intense music ever recorded.
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Old 09-01-2004, 11:02 AM   #267
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Ever hear of Chevelle (the band, not the car)? New one out 9/21...their last CD, "Wonder What's Next" has been one of my top 5 CD's the past year. Check it out!
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Old 09-01-2004, 02:55 PM   #268
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The most chilling album on the planet, bar none.

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Old 09-01-2004, 09:40 PM   #269
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Fresh from the CD burne... errr, store... I'm listening to:

Beastie Boys - To the 5 Boroughs
D12 - D12 World
311 - Greatest Hits
Stevie Ray Vaughan - The Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble
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Old 09-01-2004, 10:47 PM   #270
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I love that desolate cover of Unknown Pleasures, Hogan. You know, most critics consider Closer Joy Division's masterpiece, but I just love the guitar work and rawness of Unknown Pleasures. I think it's the better record. The opening guitar riff on "Day of the Lords" always creeps me out, but in a good way.

Have you checked out Interpol? Their debut, Turn on the Bright Lights, was an excellent effort in the Joy Division vein. They've got a new record coming out in October, if I'm not mistaken.

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I love that desolate cover of Unknown Pleasures, Hogan. You know, most critics consider Closer Joy Division's masterpiece, but I just love the guitar work and rawness of Unknown Pleasures. I think it's the better record. The opening guitar riff on "Day of the Lords" always creeps me out, but in a good way.
Both are greatly enhanced by Hannet's production IMO...which gives off an air of darkness by emphasis being placed upon space in these songs....something these records share with The Doors first album IMO...and echo induced, dusky sound that adds to the atmosphere of the work.

Closer gets the accolades probably because of Curtis' suicide in it's wake.....on Unknown PLeasures you can feel and sense his life spinning out of his control, on Closer you get his total loss of all hope, especially with those final three tracks ("24 Hours", "The Eternal" and "Decades") which is the most frightneing, bone chillingly creepy section of music I've ever heard, made all the more powerful because it turned out to be all too real.

They're both considered two of the grestest recordings ever made...very powerful, very forboding, thrilling without being too ghoulish, definitely not for the weak of heart or spirit.


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I will investigate it......thanks for the tip!

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Have you checked out Interpol? Their debut, Turn on the Bright Lights, was an excellent effort in the Joy Division vein. They've got a new record coming out in October, if I'm not mistaken.
That's a pretty cool cd, I must say...thank you for alerting me to it.

Are you into The Walkmen at all? They have a new one out that I understand is better than the debut, which was really strange and otherworldly IMO. I checked out the new video for a song called "The Rat" off from it and it's pretty cool.....I'm looking forward to obtaining it.
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Heres what I have in now, but changes weekly.

Queenrychye--Op Mindcrime
Allman Bros- eat a peach
Rush--2112
Disturbed--1st album
Aerosmith--Toys in the Attic
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Both are greatly enhanced by Hannet's production IMO...which gives off an air of darkness by emphasis being placed upon space in these songs....something these records share with The Doors first album IMO...and echo induced, dusky sound that adds to the atmosphere of the work.

Closer gets the accolades probably because of Curtis' suicide in it's wake.....on Unknown PLeasures you can feel and sense his life spinning out of his control, on Closer you get his total loss of all hope, especially with those final three tracks ("24 Hours", "The Eternal" and "Decades") which is the most frightneing, bone chillingly creepy section of music I've ever heard, made all the more powerful because it turned out to be all too real.

They're both considered two of the grestest recordings ever made...very powerful, very forboding, thrilling without being too ghoulish, definitely not for the weak of heart or spirit.




I will investigate it......thanks for the tip!
great album that closer is. It kinda took me some time to get used to it cause im not really into....Cant quite define this band. The last song was the best song in my opinion. Very dark and haunting. One knock was that the singer is very monotonous so it kinda gets on my nerve sometimes.
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great album that closer is. It kinda took me some time to get used to it cause im not really into....Cant quite define this band. The last song was the best song in my opinion. Very dark and haunting. One knock was that the singer is very monotonous so it kinda gets on my nerve sometimes.

Many have cited Curtis's voice as a weakness, and admittedly it is hard to get used to on first listen, but I think it suits the material perfectly once you get used to it. The song you point out ("Decades") rounds out that album very well, especially after the very creepy "The Eternal". I tend to point people past the single "Love Will Tear Us Apart" and steer them towards "Atmosphere" for closure on this sound and band.....that song is every bit as haunting and heart-wrenching as anything on Closer IMO.
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