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Old 11-16-2005, 02:53 PM   #1251
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Intro and interludes actually.
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Old 11-16-2005, 02:55 PM   #1252
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I will agree with that - and they have a formula - i will say though for the 'sound' they have - they hae really changed how they do arragments and other things that i really enjoy - but there are other bands that get stuck too -

The last NIN album i enjoyed because it's different - there are things that are NIN - but there's a more smooth sound and it allows other things to 'pop' in the landscape.
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Old 11-16-2005, 03:07 PM   #1253
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Unfortunately, I feel lukewarm the new NIN's work to be honest..

It's rigid at parts and the sound is really recycled to me. It's feel like darker and more mechnical version of Fragile, but not as versatile or good to me. I can't feel any mood or emotion coming out that album.

I thought Fragile was very underrated, but With Teeth has been a what Fragile has been to most fans to me so far.
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Old 11-16-2005, 03:10 PM   #1254
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I guess for me "with teeth" i hear alot of stuff that i feel is a throwback and the studio work and the changes in textures is like 'class' to me.

I think the fragile was supurb - lots of good stuff in there -

I also love type O negative though - i like how they can make some beautiful goth music - the keys add such a nice soft touch, while being haunting - they def. do some homage to the beatles with their use of melody -

I listen to ANYTHING - i have some bands i like alot - and others i listen too for education - For one, i love the dandy warhols, i think they are the BEST american band in terms of potential - but my fav. at the time is the 'kings of leon' -
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Old 11-16-2005, 03:27 PM   #1255
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I guess for me "with teeth" i hear alot of stuff that i feel is a throwback and the studio work and the changes in textures is like 'class' to me.

I think the fragile was supurb - lots of good stuff in there -

I also love type O negative though - i like how they can make some beautiful goth music - the keys add such a nice soft touch, while being haunting - they def. do some homage to the beatles with their use of melody -

I listen to ANYTHING - i have some bands i like alot - and others i listen too for education - For one, i love the dandy warhols, i think they are the BEST american band in terms of potential - but my fav. at the time is the 'kings of leon' -
Haha yea, I listen to everything too.

But I ain't a musician so that limits me in certain aspects.

Currently I'm at a neutral state where I have no inclination toward a band.

Type O'negative is great stuff dude. Kill all the white people got my attention ,then I got in to their stuff.

I don't wanna be me is a staple lifting song for me also.
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Old 11-16-2005, 03:34 PM   #1256
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Unfortunately, I feel lukewarm the new NIN's work to be honest..

It's rigid at parts and the sound is really recycled to me. It's feel like darker and more mechnical version of Fragile, but not as versatile or good to me. I can't feel any mood or emotion coming out that album.

I thought Fragile was very underrated, but With Teeth has been a what Fragile has been to most fans to me so far.

Nothing that NIN has done has come close to ecoing the creativity or textural diversity of The Downward Spiral. The mechanical darkness of that album is so tangible that its creepy. The opening measures of "Reptile" will make you turn on a light in a dark room.

That album is really a quality work from a musical standpoint.
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Old 11-16-2005, 03:40 PM   #1257
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Haha yea, I listen to everything too.

But I ain't a musician so that limits me in certain aspects.

Currently I'm at a neutral state where I have no inclination toward a band.

Type O'negative is great stuff dude. Kill all the white people got my attention ,then I got in to their stuff.

I don't wanna be me is a staple lifting song for me also.

Speaking of TypeO - with kill all the white people - made me remember Phil - i have the Pantera DVD"s and it's AMAZING how many people/bands they toured with and all the stuff i'd seen - etc -

Like when jerry cantrell (AIC) had a pink beard, he did that when they did some touring with pantera - when tommy lee had his hair cut, pantera did that too - just funny to look back on that stuff -

I've seen typeO play at the troc in philly on halloween before - good times -

I also went to see danzig/samhain reunion tour - that was actually alot of fun.
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Old 11-16-2005, 04:07 PM   #1258
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Love this band, their music is so atmospheric and surreal. October Rust is my alltime favorite album but i think The Dream is Dead tops my favorite songs. great choice!
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Old 11-17-2005, 07:32 AM   #1259
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Love this band, their music is so atmospheric and surreal. October Rust is my alltime favorite album but i think The Dream is Dead tops my favorite songs. great choice!

October Rust is an absolutly great album! Much agreed!
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Old 11-18-2005, 01:42 PM   #1260
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Tool's a good band, but they wear me out now.

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I really didn't think you could possibly suck any more than you already do, then you go and say this.
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Old 11-18-2005, 01:49 PM   #1261
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I really didn't think you could possibly suck any more than you already do, then you go and say this.
O yea, Pu**** is another song I can tolerate.

But when I hear sober, Schism, and etc, I feel like bashing my head to a wall.
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Old 11-18-2005, 03:14 PM   #1262
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O yea, Pu**** is another song I can tolerate.

But when I hear sober, Schism, and etc, I feel like bashing my head to a wall.
Different strokes I guess, Tool has been my favorite band since 1994 and I still cannot get enough of every song. I still listen to their 5 CD's on a regular basis and tend to go through withdrawls if I take a few days off of hearing Tool.
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Old 11-19-2005, 11:37 AM   #1263
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I'm on a serious jazz kick right now and I'm not really sure where it came from but I'm not going to complain.

Miles Davis - "My Funny Valentine/Four & More: The Complete 1964 Concert"
GRP All-Star Big Band - "The GRP All-Star Big Band"
GRP All-Star Big Band - "All Blues"
Buddy Rich Big Band - "Swingin' New Big Band"
Chick Corea - "Now He Sings, Now He Sobs"
University of Northern Colorado Lab Band I - "Alive XV"
Dave Weckl Band - "Transition"
Kurt Elling - "Live In Chicago"
Mingus Big Band - "Que Viva Mingus"
Brecker Brothers - "Heavy Metal Be-Bop"
Dave Grusin - "Dave Grusin Presents West Side Story"
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Old 11-19-2005, 12:17 PM   #1264
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I've been listening to The Kinks a lot lately. Highly underrated band. They got over shadowed in the British Invasion craze by bands like The Beatles and the Stones, but their best stuff stands up well with anybody. Their only really big America hits were "You've Really Got Me" and "Lola", and it's a shame.

Something Else By The Kinks is every bit as good as Revolver, IMHO. The Village Green Preservation Society, Face to Face, and Muswell Hillbilies are also stellar classics. Novices may want to start with The Kink Kronkikles, an excellent overview of their most fertile period during the late 60s-early 70s.

If you want to whet your appetite with some individual songs, try any of the following: "Waterloo Sunset", "Shangri-La", "Get Back In Line", "Oklahoma USA" (Yo La Tengo does an excellent cover of this), "This Is Where I Belong", "Days", "Dead End Street"...Jesus, I could could go on and on.

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Old 11-22-2005, 01:26 PM   #1265
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I've been into bigband latley - it happened after i went into a weckle and davis binge
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Old 11-22-2005, 09:17 PM   #1266
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In memory of the almighty Link Wray, I've been listening to my fave of his releases as of late Shadowman.

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The Damned: Play It At Your Sister box set
Grand Funk Railroad:Grand Funk (the red album)
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Old 11-24-2005, 10:14 AM   #1267
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Bolt Thrower - Those Once Loyal Karl is back
Soulfly - Dark Ages
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Old 11-24-2005, 10:40 AM   #1268
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I'm on a serious jazz kick right now and I'm not really sure where it came from but I'm not going to complain.

Miles Davis - "My Funny Valentine/Four & More: The Complete 1964 Concert"
GRP All-Star Big Band - "The GRP All-Star Big Band"
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Buddy Rich Big Band - "Swingin' New Big Band"
Chick Corea - "Now He Sings, Now He Sobs"
University of Northern Colorado Lab Band I - "Alive XV"
Dave Weckl Band - "Transition"
Kurt Elling - "Live In Chicago"
Mingus Big Band - "Que Viva Mingus"
Brecker Brothers - "Heavy Metal Be-Bop"
Dave Grusin - "Dave Grusin Presents West Side Story"
Steve Smith & Buddy's Buddies - "Steve Smith & Buddy's Buddies"
Yeah buddy!

BTW, if you're into Chick Corea, then check this DVD - it f_cking KILLS, man!

Weckl is smoking on this one.

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Old 11-24-2005, 12:34 PM   #1269
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Children of Bodom- Hate Crew, Follow the Reaper.
In Flames- The jester race
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Old 11-26-2005, 12:34 PM   #1271
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Yeah buddy!

BTW, if you're into Chick Corea, then check this DVD - it f_cking KILLS, man!

Weckl is smoking on this one.

I'll have to check that out. It seems like people either LOVE Weckl or hate him. I love him. Especially his sound. I don't think there is a better sounding drum set out there. The way he plays and tunes everything, his toms just sing. Plus with his unique style, you can tell who it is playing from the second he plays his first note.
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Old 11-26-2005, 01:00 PM   #1272
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Atmosphere- "God loves Ugly" and "Seven's Travels"
Eyedea and Abilities - "E and A"
Sublime - "40 oz"
then i got a sh1t load of mix's
i got some Necro
some Tech N9ne
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I'll have to check that out. It seems like people either LOVE Weckl or hate him. I love him. Especially his sound. I don't think there is a better sounding drum set out there. The way he plays and tunes everything, his toms just sing. Plus with his unique style, you can tell who it is playing from the second he plays his first note.
Weckl isn't as high on my first-call list as, say, Vinnie Colaiuta, Greg Bissonette, or Simon Phillips, but you know right from the jump that anyone who can cope with Chick's music has to be a bad motherf_cker.
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Weckl isn't as high on my first-call list as, say, Vinnie Colaiuta, Greg Bissonette, or Simon Phillips, but you know right from the jump that anyone who can cope with Chick's music has to be a bad motherf_cker.
VINNIE! Absolutley love Vinnie. Every drummer should get "The UnReel Drum Book". It's a SERIOUS in-depth look at his playing on Randy Waldman's "UnReel" album (damn good album IMO). Explores a lot of his concepts and gives you teh charts to the tracks as well. Absolutely incredible in-depth look at him.

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VINNIE! Absolutley love Vinnie. Every drummer should get "The UnReel Drum Book". It's a SERIOUS in-depth look at his playing on Randy Waldman's "UnReel" album (damn good album IMO). Explores a lot of his concepts and gives you teh charts to the tracks as well. Absolutely incredible in-depth look at him.

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Yep - Vinnie is the man.

I used to go listen to him play once a month or so at a little club in North Hollywood with a group that featured Michael Landau on guitar, Greg Mathieson on keys, and Abraham Laboriel Sr. (the father of the guy who's playing drums with McCartney) on bass. Talk about an ass whoopin!'

Another total drum mutant I forgot to add to my list is Terry Bozzio. Dude's scary!
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