Female singer, black metal rarity. Not kvlt shit but pretty good.
And looking very relaxed, Adolf Hitler on vibes. Nice!
I love absurdist shit like that.
These guys may have liked Tool.
Its probably been linked already but hell, its a classic man.
Mmm, ol' Blue Eyes. And the Rat Pack! I have to admit I'm kind of a sucker for Michael Buble, too (his big-bandy stuff, anyway).
Dunno if anybody here would like Geggy Tah but why not:
Oh and one more, because fuck, Hans Zimmer's subtle/building shit really gets to me:
One more thing on the note of Zimmer's Time: there's this video of Charlie Chaplain's speech in the Great Dictator set to it.
11 games, 7 albums for $10 (or one of the other lesser options).
The two Casey Lalonde albums and the two Robot Science albums are pretty laid-back electronic music. Giraffage's Comfort is a bit clicky but it's also pretty chill. The Numbers' Beautiful EP is nice, I like Disco Paradiso (you can preview all the albums online).
The Jack Butler stuff is a bit too frantic and whiny-sounding for my taste and is the only vocals album in the pack.
It's worth mentioning the games are easily worth $10, too. Greed Corp is worth it on its own iyam, and Critical Mass is a solid little puzzler.
/edit: also, all the albums are available as FLAC downloads in addition to MP3. So if you have a not-shit audio setup you'll appreciate that.
[Mark] Arm also splits hairs over Azerrad's retelling of an incident from 1985, when Green River opened for Public Image Limited at Seattle's Paramount Theatre. "We trashed (John Lydon's) dressing room before, not after they played. It had nothing to do with the fact that PiL had mistreated Mission of Burma or Hüsker Dü or the Minutemen or whatever, because we didn't know anything about that. They were just pricks! John Lydon was threatening to cancel the show because there wasn't a La-Z-Boy recliner in his dressing room. He had his own special bottles of wine, which Landru, the singer from Malfunkshun, drank down. So we started raiding their booze, and then it went from there. It wasn't like we were maliciously trying to trash their dressing room, but we did end up taking their deli tray and throwing it on the bus down below in the street, but, you know, like, one piece of lunch meat at a time." At the end of Green River's set, Arm apparently told the crowd, "If you want to see what happens to somebody who's completely sold out, just wait." The former Sex Pistol reciprocated by writing the semi-scathing PiL classic "Seattle."
I'm not sure if Video game OSTs really fit in this thread. I'll post a few of my personal favorites in this thread and I'll throw in a few oldies for the 90's gamer
Some hot chicks. You can hear a lot of PJ Harvey in them.
whats funny is that when i remembered that track, looked it up on youtube, and listened to it, my
first thought was "this chick is singing about agathor."
Dunno if this's been posted before but I like this slower less-instrumental version so I'll POST IT ANYWAY (here's the fast version)
Also the humorous correction:
There's also a vid on YT of TMBG doing the slow version on Conan's Late Nite — shit's fucking surreal. They're all so young! And Conan! He was a weird-lookin lanky dude back then, too.
Rolling balls after a show at 5:30AM bumping this shit
Boosh. You're fucking welcome.
[B]I PAID 25 EUROS FOR A SIG AND ALL I GOT WAS THIS SHITTY TROLL ATTEMPT[/B]
Good Lord Stronke haha, lets have some American country for goodness sake.
I used to go to school with 3 of the guys playing in this band.
Le gente estan muy loca. What the fuck?
I don't know if I posted this before so I'll post it
I don't know if this was posted either
also unnecessary smug smiley
this is one fucking evil sounding slab of metal.