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Author Topic: ♪ The Great Music Thread ♫  (Read 222902 times)

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Re: ♪ The Great Music Thread ♫
« Reply #4920 on: July 17, 2018, 02:48:00 am »

Makin' my mind up
While it lies in little pieces
It's a strange pursuit

You know it's getting tough
When you're getting real rough
It's a strange pursuit

Darling, I'm dazzled
But you know I'm too frazzled
It's a strange pursuit
Just felt some nostalgia for the, uh, people the Orz don't want to talk about.

Edit:  My dad used to play so many good bands like this, on his "hi-fi" or whatever setup, back in the 90's.  I don't know audio hardware, but he does, and while I usually miss the point of the little adjustments he made...  The end result was always noticeably better than just wearing headphones.

I'm still more than happy with headphones, but I will admit that his setups are still objectively better.

Edit2:  Pros of visiting dad:  Getting to hear my favorite songs in glorious properly-echoing surround sound gauged properly for me the listener.
Also, showing him something like this gem and learning that it's from this.

As Halo 1's Sergeant Johnson admonished:  This old music is our history, kids.
Edit3: Downsides of visiting dad:  Rambling concerts which act like Grateful Dead or Phish but... don't click for me like those do.  Becomes awkward.
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Re: ♪ The Great Music Thread ♫
« Reply #4921 on: July 19, 2018, 05:55:41 am »

Roots by In This Moment
And!
No rest for the Wicked by Cage the Elephant
And!
88 by Sum 41

(If you don't love Sum 41 you're wrong)
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Re: ♪ The Great Music Thread ♫
« Reply #4922 on: July 20, 2018, 12:24:03 am »

The machinery of progress.
No, no.  That's not the whole story.  THIS is the machinery of progress.
The earlier is the rhythm of programming.
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Re: ♪ The Great Music Thread ♫
« Reply #4923 on: July 20, 2018, 01:33:49 pm »

So, if you can look past the unnecessarily Hindi-form title font, the slightly odd band name and the "this is my first time with Photoshop" album cover, Ring around the Moon is, I think, a very haunting and interesting track from Elephant Revival.

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Re: ♪ The Great Music Thread ♫
« Reply #4924 on: July 25, 2018, 02:27:06 am »

Beware, beware the daughter of the sea.


I may not care much for ActiBlizz and WoW anymore but goddamn do they still kick ass in the cinematics department
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Re: ♪ The Great Music Thread ♫
« Reply #4925 on: July 31, 2018, 06:06:35 pm »

Beware, beware the daughter of the sea.

I may not care much for ActiBlizz and WoW anymore but goddamn do they still kick ass in the cinematics department.  And a friend of mine talked to me about the lore of... hrm, the elf who died and then undied.
I would curse "They imitated Warhammer and will forever be held to it.  And for a while be more relevant.  Then..."

Anyway... "Beware, beware, the daughter of the seas.  Beware..."
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Re: ♪ The Great Music Thread ♫
« Reply #4926 on: August 02, 2018, 12:06:54 am »

The jam eternally playing in my head: SHEEEEEEEE, CAN SEND ME INTO OVERDRIVE, WE DO THIS ALL THE TIME~

The cheerful bop I have as my alarm: Life is Beautiful

The banger I love to hate: Yeehaw~ She more thick more fat/ A fine young latina and she like how I spit it back...

On the subject of dbangz, if you like disgusting songs that make you laugh, take this for a spin. (1-800 FUCK ME)
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Re: ♪ The Great Music Thread ♫
« Reply #4927 on: August 03, 2018, 04:45:08 am »

Well, I mean, okay...

But imdabes. swagswagswagswagswag

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Re: ♪ The Great Music Thread ♫
« Reply #4928 on: August 04, 2018, 07:37:46 pm »

Sick Boy

I'm sick x_x
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Re: ♪ The Great Music Thread ♫
« Reply #4929 on: August 05, 2018, 08:12:15 am »

Outside by Staind
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Re: ♪ The Great Music Thread ♫
« Reply #4930 on: August 05, 2018, 03:53:41 pm »

Dear Hunter-The Right Wrong

Brilliant song that hits a bit too close to home :V
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Re: ♪ The Great Music Thread ♫
« Reply #4931 on: August 07, 2018, 03:20:49 pm »

Sunday night was an exceptionally spooky night with my friends.  Clearing my browser tabs, near Local 58, I came across Knuckles in
Ghost Pumpkin
Good for the Sonic nostalgia I'm sure we all have.  I know I do.

No?
Fine Millennial, have Star Wars Kinect: Ghost 'n Stuff
(at least check out 2:00, this game's concept is so insane I can't believe it's this good)

Edit:  And here's the "Mansion track" which our GM kept playing every time we fucked up in a certain collective-illusion during the Vampire campaign.  Such that we still joke about it playing whenever something particularly... paradoxical occurs.  Whenever we're about to wake back up in the mansion, and the following 3-4 years were just another dream.

It's the track my housemate played outside my door, before hiding in the bathroom as I searched around for the source :P  I love my friends~
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Re: ♪ The Great Music Thread ♫
« Reply #4932 on: August 07, 2018, 04:05:12 pm »

YOU KNOW ME THE FIGHTING FREAK KNUCKLES AND WE'RE AT PUMPKIN HILLLL

I fucking love that song lol

ooooogh and moonlight serenade too! i'm jealous, your gm has very good taste.

This week's fucking fahr track is EOM's remix of Language Arts off the album named the same. I looooooove me some Mega Ran.

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Re: ♪ The Great Music Thread ♫
« Reply #4933 on: August 08, 2018, 09:55:40 pm »

A friend recently linked us Talking Heads - Once In A Lifetime, which is... a bit trippy.  Good song, but 1980 was a weird time.  "The drugs were starting to wear off" one of us observed.

Yeah well, Kermit did a cover.  Odd how much *more* natural it seems.
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Re: ♪ The Great Music Thread ♫
« Reply #4934 on: August 10, 2018, 09:34:46 am »

The 80s chart system had a dazzling texture and emotion - nostalgia notwithstanding ...

Yazoo, Only You
Tears For Fears, Pale Shelter
Julio Iglesias, Begin The Beguine
Altered Images, Don't Talk to Me About Love
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