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#41 OFFLINE   trayertrash

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Posted 16 March 2017 - 08:54 PM

The list I made of bands are ones I used to listen to (I still listen to them from time to time) but since last year I have really been getting into folk/blues/psychedelic/alternative/60s, 70s rock more.


Joan Baez

Nasty Woman

Bob Dylan
Tim Buckley
Ben E King

Simon & Garfunkel

Rodriguez

Don't really know them well enough / care enough to judge 

 

Fleetwood Mac

Bare Trees >>>>>


etc. are currents faves :)


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Posted 16 March 2017 - 09:09 PM

Misfits is my favourite band and idek why



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Posted 16 March 2017 - 10:00 PM

i like psychodelic,60s,70s,jazz,soul, punk, grunge, indie, alternative and thrash metal...

 

favorites: Fleetwood Mac, Florence and The Machine, Jefferson Airplane, David Bowie, The Doors, The Cramps...


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Posted 17 March 2017 - 04:18 AM

thrash metal is my favorite kind, from the classic Bay Area scene to Vektor, Voivod and the like. but my absolute favorite metal band is actually Bathory.

 

I have to ask - early, black metal Bathory, or mid period epic/viking Bathory? (I'm assuming it's not late period 'Rock and Roll' Bathory).

 

Also, if you're into Psychedelic music, definitely check out Hawkwind.

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Posted 17 March 2017 - 04:41 AM

I have to ask - early, black metal Bathory, or mid period epic/viking Bathory? (I'm assuming it's not late period 'Rock and Roll' Bathory).

 

Also, if you're into Psychedelic music, definitely check out Hawkwind.

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Posted 17 March 2017 - 04:44 AM



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Posted 17 March 2017 - 04:47 AM

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Posted 17 March 2017 - 01:16 PM

I have to ask - early, black metal Bathory, or mid period epic/viking Bathory? (I'm assuming it's not late period 'Rock and Roll' Bathory).

 

Also, if you're into Psychedelic music, definitely check out Hawkwind.

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Viking! Blood Fire Death & Hammerheart are my favorite albums. and i also really like both Nordland albums, after they abandoned the thrash-y/rock n'roll-y sound. are you also a fan?

 

i already know Hawkwind, but thanks! =) i'm only really familiar with their early 70s stuff though, something like the 1st 5 albums. their discography is so vast... what else do you recommend out of it?



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Posted 17 March 2017 - 01:22 PM

I think all of the Lock Horn debates on Banger should be required viewing. They go through different genres of metal, debate the importance of bands, discuss the importance of their music and the impact it has on music today. It's without a doubt the best metal channel. They don't focus on just pre-90s metal and aren't stuck up Corey Taylor's ass like everyone else is. They also do really great reviews of new albums and have done some awesome interviews. They also did a really great discussion about sexism in metal that I'm really proud happened. 


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Posted 17 March 2017 - 02:29 PM

I have to ask - early, black metal Bathory, or mid period epic/viking Bathory? (I'm assuming it's not late period 'Rock and Roll' Bathory).
 
Also, if you're into Psychedelic music, definitely check out Hawkwind.

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I love Hawkwind's songs, especially 'Seven By Seven', Down Through The Night', 'Children of the Sun', 'Devilish Dirge' and 'Magnu'. :flutter:
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Posted 17 March 2017 - 07:34 PM

Viking! Blood Fire Death & Hammerheart are my favorite albums. and i also really like both Nordland albums, after they abandoned the thrash-y/rock n'roll-y sound. are you also a fan?

 

i already know Hawkwind, but thanks! =) i'm only really familiar with their early 70s stuff though, something like the 1st 5 albums. their discography is so vast... what else do you recommend out of it?

I like all of the Bathory records up to  Twilight of the Gods, including Blood On Ice, which I guess was recorded somewhere in there and remixed and messed around with later on. Although Blood Fire Death is an epic record, the vocals were still the old growly sound, and I still remember how confusing it was when Hammerheart came out, with that slow introduction to Shores in Flames, and which I loved straight away. 

 

As for Hawkwind, the early years are great, but I also really like the New Wave Psychedelic era. It's a little hard to recommend records because there are so many of them, but 25 Years On, Levitation (particularly the version with a live show as bonus) and Live 79 are all good. There's also a compilation called '77' which is great (I think most of it is from the first few volumes of the Weird Tapes series, which is pretty hard to find these days). 

 

There are a couple of Youtube channels that between them have pretty much everything by Hawkwind that you'd want to hear: https://www.youtube....wKObN7aTSD3p5XA and https://www.youtube.com/user/Robbsart/videos


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Posted 18 March 2017 - 12:04 AM

When you go into Hop Topic to buy band shirts but you already own all the ones for bands you like  :toofunny:  :toofunny:  :toofunny:


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Posted 18 March 2017 - 01:15 AM

I like all of the Bathory records up to  Twilight of the Gods, including Blood On Ice, which I guess was recorded somewhere in there and remixed and messed around with later on. Although Blood Fire Death is an epic record, the vocals were still the old growly sound, and I still remember how confusing it was when Hammerheart came out, with that slow introduction to Shores in Flames, and which I loved straight away. 

 

As for Hawkwind, the early years are great, but I also really like the New Wave Psychedelic era. It's a little hard to recommend records because there are so many of them, but 25 Years On, Levitation (particularly the version with a live show as bonus) and Live 79 are all good. There's also a compilation called '77' which is great (I think most of it is from the first few volumes of the Weird Tapes series, which is pretty hard to find these days). 

 

There are a couple of Youtube channels that between them have pretty much everything by Hawkwind that you'd want to hear: https://www.youtube....wKObN7aTSD3p5XA and https://www.youtube.com/user/Robbsart/videos

 

Is there anything hotter than you talking about metal?  :flutter:


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Posted 19 March 2017 - 04:01 PM

Can anyone tell me why NoMeansNo is not that popular? "Wrong" is such an underrated album :defeated:

"Big Dick"s bass line does things to my whole body


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Posted 20 March 2017 - 03:08 AM

Is Bob Marley a metal act?



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Posted 20 March 2017 - 03:10 AM

Is Bob Marley a metal act?

 

Yes, he's Melodic Ganja-Core 


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Posted 21 March 2017 - 01:02 PM

Yes, he's Melodic Ganja-Core 

 

I thought about this earlier and couldn't stop laughing  :toofunny:


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Posted 21 March 2017 - 03:06 PM

I love symphonic metal! Epica is my favourite, their music and lyrics are amazing, Simone's voice is just phenomenal! The Holographic Principle has been on heavy rotation since it was released tbh! One of the best albums I've ever heard!

 

I also adore Within Temptation, and Tarja Turunen (I know she's not a band but I gotta represent my fellow Finn, and she makes amazing symphonic metal music! Also I adore her christmas album so much omg)!

 

I like Sirenia too, mostly their albums with Ailyn as lead singer, I'm so sad they replaced her! And Leaves' Eyes was amazing but once they fired Liv they lost my interest because Liv was basically the heart of that band tbh.

 

I like Nightwish too, but I can't stand Tuomas at all.... He's so smug and condescending! Their recent album I just hate? the lyrics are weak, the music no longer has the 'Nightwish vibe' and they totally wasted Floor Jansen (she's amazing and deserves better tbh). I still like early Nightwish but Endless Forms Most Beautiful is just.... nope.  :flop:  


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Posted 21 March 2017 - 03:12 PM

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Posted 21 March 2017 - 03:25 PM

I really love proto-punk bands like The Velvet Ungerground, Iggy Pop, Television and Patti Smith as well as postpunk bands such as Bauhaus, Joy Division and early Nick Cave. I'm not the biggest fan of the more noisy side punk, even though this one of my favorite songs:

 

 

Uh, and I also really like some of the newer Punk bands such as Iceage:

 


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