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Nice website find exe!
I'm listening to all the sonic the hedgehog remixes they have, and since there's so many, I'll just put the source: http://ocremix.org/system/gen/games/
Just go down to sonic and listen to all 4 main games.
nobodys listening or re education through labor by linkin park/rise against
Why would I post it in English if it isn't originally in English?
google translator =]
edit: Rumors of my demise have been greatly exaggerated - Rise agaisnnt
Last edited by agel (11/24/2009 4:15 am)
well if we're listenin to Earthbound music and such
Mother 3- Theme of Love
Omg I love Mother 3!! Mother 3 is amazing, in case anyone didn't know that, especially the music. I really don't know how they managed to get such good music out of the GBA but they really did. I especially love the part near the end where you ride on a boat past all the stuff from Earthbound with Pollyanna playing in the background.
Evacuate Chicago - Proof of Dark Matter.
No link, because it's pretty far away from popular enough to be on Youtube.
Draco, you like Psychostick?
http://www.last.fm/music/Evacuate+Chica … ark+Matter
Yes, l find Psychostick quite enjoyable.
However, their 'serious' side (Evacuate Chicago) is more my taste.
Psychostick actually has some 'serious' material, it's not all comedic. But I agree, EC is much better because it takes their instrumental skills and puts them past the whole shtick.
Glad to know l'm not the only one here who has heard them.
According to their website, only 100 some people have bought the CD, myself included. l didn't think l'd run into another fan.
Evacuate Chicago Tracks
Proof of Dark Matter (3:57)
88 plays (12 listeners)
12 listeners, and that includes you and l. Wow.
I discovered them a while ago. Psychostick, I mean. Through their old band, The Stuttering C-Cowboys. I met Alex at a show after he threw a drumstick into the crowd and it almost impaled my eye, haha. We kept in touch, and I eventually got sent a promo copy of Veracity last year. I haven't really kept close tabs on what they've been doing lately, so it was a nice surprise.
My music tastes stretch the gamut at an extreme that most people don't understand, and I've had years collecting random albums under my belt, so likewise, it's always nice to find another person who's a fan of a band or project most people haven't really heard of.
EDIT: Well, don't judge by LastFM, that can be skewed sometimes. In order for people to come up as 'listeners' on there, they have to have the Scrobbler downloaded. It's an amazing website and programme, and I really suggest it for anyone who truly loves to keep a catalogue of their listening habits, make free playlists, and discover new, amazing music.
Last edited by SilasC (11/24/2009 3:46 pm)
Ah. l'm really not comfortable around big groups of people, so l don't attend concerts. So any music l find is through minimal effort searches, friends, or dumb luck.
Believe me... I know what you mean. I have anxiety problems in large crowds. There's just something about live music that I can't stay away from. Performing is a big thing for me, as well. But well enough, I canNOT be on a raised stage. I have to be level with the crowd.
If you'd like some recommendations, let me know what 'type' of music you like the most, and I'll give you a good list. And, like I said, LastFM is really amazing. You can find thousands of new bands and such just by typing in a word. Like 'Industrial' music? Typing it into the radio station will give you a free stream of what I've found to be consistently good music. The radio never fails, and it's never done by a person, so it isn't biased by someone's taste. Anything and everything, it's there.
Thank you for the information and the offer. l'll surely keep that in mind.
Oddly enough, l've always wanted more of the fast, energetic songs that Rise Against plays (Dead Ringer, State of the Union, To the Core). Any bands off the top of your head that match that type of sound? l'm really not sure what sort of genre that is. l'd love someone who knows more about genres to enlighten me.
No problem, whenever you think of anything, just ask.
Well, at the base, Rise Against could probably be called a punk band. I don't personally like them, as they've really lost their sound over the years. But you should take a look into 'emo'. Rise Against strays into this general area quite a lot in their old days. Now, they've become rather 'alternative'. See, when the general publique sees or hears that word, the mind goes to a stupid, stupid place. 'Emo' is not Fall Out Boy, 30 Seconds to Mars, Hawthorne Heights, Panic! at the Disco, and so on. That is absolute trash. Emotive hardcore, a sub-set of hardcore punk, evolved in the late eighties from proto-punk and such. New York Dolls, the Stooges, Alberdeen's Place, 283. Bands like that led others to pick up a fast, raw, clean cut sound.
Orchid, Atreisi, The Assistant, Blind Melon, Swallow, I Would Set Myself On Fire For You, I Hate Myself, Jawbreaker, Embrace, Rites of Spring, Cassettes on Fire, Moss Icon, Portraits of Past, Daïtro, Mr. Ohio, Emo Summer, Indian Summer, Loma Prieta.
Hundreds more. The majority of what most people think belongs in this 'genre', really really doesn't. Emo is not something you can be or wear.
But, if you like any of those, let me know, I have a ton of albums.
Out of all of those, the only one l liked was Portraits of Past. l couldnt find anything on Atreisi or Embrace though. Perhaps l'm a little too closeminded. Thanks for the help anyway though.
As we are now on the topic of asking Silas, the musical overlord about good bands, I shall give it a try.
Can you suggest any good modern-day folk bands? Some that I currently enjoy are Okkervil River, Anothollo, Neutrel Milk Hotel, and Bowerbirds. I'm really trying to discover some new ones, but I just don't really know where to look. I would prefere bands with a male lead singer, english lyrics, and a unique, thought provoking sound.
Draco - Hm. Oh well, some of them have a much more raw sound than Rise Against, it's understandable. Some things just take a couple of listens. Embrace is pretty popular, but I suppose Astresi wouldn't have much available. I only have one cassette of theirs and I haven't been able to find anything else. Anytime.
Shrub - Hahah, thanks... my peasant. Well, surely. I wouldn't call Neutral Milk Hotel modern... they haven't released anything since 1998. Some of these certainly won't be 'modern', some are female fronted, and some are crossovers, but they're all still amazing.
Pentangle, Current 93, Spires That In the Sunset Rise, Andrew Bird, Death In June, Nature and Organisation, Backworld, Beirut, Benoît Pioulard, Bert Jansch, John Renbourn, Bonnie "Prince" Billie aka Will Oldham, Comus, Country Joe and the Fish, Dirty Wedding, Dr. Strangely Strange, Floating Flower, A Hawk and A Hacksaw, The Incredible String Band, Leonard Cohen, Laura Marling, Marissa Nadler, Mike Bruno (whose CD I just released on my record label), Rodriguez, Six Organs of Admittance, Sol Invictus, Tony Wakeford, Ulver, Vashti Bunyan, Yann Tiersen, Boyd Rice, Bongwater.
I have hundreds more if you like any of these, as always.
I really like that Evacuate Chicago song. Maybe I'll become a fan.
By modern i meant in the past 10 years or so. It was poorly worded I suppose..
Exe - If I find my copy of the album, I'll upload it for you.
Shrub - Ahh, alright. Well, the majority of those are.