Tacticular Cancer: We'll have your balls

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Say something about what the bro above you is listening to

Discussion in 'Codex Public Library' started by UndetectedButthurt, Mar 30, 2011.

  1. Chef_Hathaway King of the Juice White Knight

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    One of the songs that reminds me of my childhood, as my brother used to listen to the Bosstones a lot when he was in high school.

  2. G.O.D Learned Patron

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    Not bad at all. It somehow reminds me of early work of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, with a twist to it ofcourse.



    Nice cover. I recommend you turn the volume up.
  3. Zed Funomancer Patron

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    A little monotone.

  4. hoopy Savant

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    I don't like it, but I guess there isn't anything objectively bad about it.

  5. Wulfstand Scholar

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    Not a really big fan, sorry.

  6. Flying Spaghetti Monster Magister

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    Eh... didn't like it.

    ArcturusXIV Brofists this.
  7. Carrion Arcane Patron

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    Great song, cool video.

  8. Wulfstand Scholar

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    You have got to be kidding me; I mean sure, I like me some Agalloch, Burzum, even Summoning once in a while, but what you just posted goes beyond my understanding of one's musical tastes; to be more precise, I can't fathom how anyone could actually enjoy the time they've spent listening to shit like that. It must be fun to go in a recording studio and start yelling at a mike sounds that resemble a pig's language, releasing all of your inner-frustrations and whatever, but to actually listen to shit like that and saying 'Yeah man, I can seriously dig this', goddaym bro.

  9. Nattvardsvin Learned

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    Pretty decent chill. Not hearing anything that really stands out for me though.

  10. ArcturusXIV Cipher

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    Reminds me of Behemoth, but sucky(er).



    Also, double the WTF? on Carrion's Acid Orgy thingy.
  11. Nattvardsvin Learned

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    Haven't listened to Behemoth, might check them out.
    That Vast song was really interesting. Haven't heard them before. Didn't really feel the singer though, or how the song evolved. I mostly liked it though.

    visions Brofists this.
  12. ArcturusXIV Cipher

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    I'm not even going to miss replying to Starless. Classic! The single note, over and over, is the most intense and daring build of all time, IMO.

    And yeah, you'd be right, that particular song is a build-up to the capstone of the entire album, made by a Seattle industrial alternative artist, Jon Crosby, when the fellow was 17, though he used all sounds from nature and chants, instead of industrial machinery, in the production of the album. Well worth checking out, as it's a 90's classic--VAST "Visual Audio Sensory Theater" is the name of the album.

    What I'm listening to:



    You KNOW you don't wanna insult Bubba!
  13. Rasputin Arbiter

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    I dunno, not a fan, sorry.

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  14. Jack █▓▒░

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    It's okay, but their early stuff was much better.

  15. ArcturusXIV Cipher

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    Not really my thing, as it sounds like post-punk with some sort of art fixation.

    This is the REAL deal:

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  16. Jashiin Arcane

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    Such a great song, played it twice, could use it after a night coughing and not getting a minute sleep, decaying towards the end. clutching the coffee now and playing some:


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  17. Nattvardsvin Learned

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    I have nothing to say about Pink Floyd other than that they are the greatest damn band of all time. (Animals and Meddle are my favs. Not to exclude DSotM or The Wall. Or Ummagumma or Atom Heart Mother, well FUCK it's all good really.) And that whole Live At Pompeii performance is just incredible.

    As you may or may not know, Mark Morgan got some inspiration from this here album (Selected Ambient Works Vol 2) for the Fallout soundtrack. Perhaps you can hear some similarities. Love Mark Morgan, and love Aphex Twin.
    ArcturusXIV and Wulfstand Brofist this.
  18. markec Cipher

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    Interesting and atmospheric

  19. lulurkinglurkerlurk Learned

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  20. ArcturusXIV Cipher

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    No review for previous song, Bro!?
  21. Bladderwrack Learned

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    Both banal shit boring.

  22. Nattvardsvin Learned

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    Alright Grind.

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  23. Bladderwrack Learned

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    Gridlink fucking rules broseph.
  24. Nattvardsvin Learned

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    Indeed they do! Glad to meet someone else that likes Gridlink. But how the FUCK do you brofist? I feel so fucking stupid right now.
  25. Bladderwrack Learned

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    You can only fist other bros after you've been a "member" for a year.

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