What Are you Listening to Right Now?

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Inder wrote:
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The things I've done for music, the things I've done for art!
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The "ducks, ducks... ducks on the wall!" has the exact phrasing of Guns on the Roof, which is lol.

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Inder wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:01pm
The "ducks, ducks... ducks on the wall!" has the exact phrasing of Guns on the Roof, which is lol.
Indeed. :mrgreen:
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A Pacific Northwest punk band from the late 1970s, they produced a five-song ep and that's it. But that "it" is powerful good.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:41pm


A Pacific Northwest punk band from the late 1970s, they produced a five-song ep and that's it. But that "it" is powerful good.
I wish this area made better music. Seattle still has this reputation as a "cool music city" but that all died in '94. And even that music was pretty bad.
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Kory wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:44pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:41pm


A Pacific Northwest punk band from the late 1970s, they produced a five-song ep and that's it. But that "it" is powerful good.
I wish this area made better music. Seattle still has this reputation as a "cool music city" but that all died in '94. And even that music was pretty bad.
Don't worry, buddy, Pearl Jam isn't going anywhere. :twitch:
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Elegiac, Elegiac. Brand new one-off recording from Graham Lewis and Ted Milton. Hard to classify this. No wave inspired, certainly, along the lines of funk cacophony. Screechy sax and groovy bass. No hint of melody going on here, it's all bass and percussion driven, with sax and vocals dropping in and out. Depending on your opinion of James Chance's early 80s stuff, this will or won't appeal.
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:48pm
Kory wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:44pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:41pm


A Pacific Northwest punk band from the late 1970s, they produced a five-song ep and that's it. But that "it" is powerful good.
I wish this area made better music. Seattle still has this reputation as a "cool music city" but that all died in '94. And even that music was pretty bad.
Don't worry, buddy, Pearl Jam isn't going anywhere. :twitch:
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Kory wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 3:42pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:48pm
Kory wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:44pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:41pm


A Pacific Northwest punk band from the late 1970s, they produced a five-song ep and that's it. But that "it" is powerful good.
I wish this area made better music. Seattle still has this reputation as a "cool music city" but that all died in '94. And even that music was pretty bad.
Don't worry, buddy, Pearl Jam isn't going anywhere. :twitch:
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Pearl Jam is Seattle's Rush, right? I'm correct about this, right?
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 4:23pm
Kory wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 3:42pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:48pm
Kory wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:44pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:41pm


A Pacific Northwest punk band from the late 1970s, they produced a five-song ep and that's it. But that "it" is powerful good.
I wish this area made better music. Seattle still has this reputation as a "cool music city" but that all died in '94. And even that music was pretty bad.
Don't worry, buddy, Pearl Jam isn't going anywhere. :twitch:
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Pearl Jam is Seattle's Rush, right? I'm correct about this, right?
Rush at least has some interesting instrumentalism sometimes. Pearl Jam is just a gray wash of sound.
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Kory wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 8:00pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 4:23pm
Kory wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 3:42pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:48pm
Kory wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:44pm


I wish this area made better music. Seattle still has this reputation as a "cool music city" but that all died in '94. And even that music was pretty bad.
Don't worry, buddy, Pearl Jam isn't going anywhere. :twitch:
Puke
Pearl Jam is Seattle's Rush, right? I'm correct about this, right?
Rush at least has some interesting instrumentalism sometimes. Pearl Jam is just a gray wash of sound.
If you say so. I just hear dull pretentiousness and uptight fans who think they've figured shit out better than everyone else. (Which, in all honesty, probably also describes most of the bands I love. But that's different.)
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Marky Dread wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:14pm
Inder wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:01pm
The "ducks, ducks... ducks on the wall!" has the exact phrasing of Guns on the Roof, which is lol.
Indeed. :mrgreen:
They torture all the women and children
then they've put the ducks on the wall
Jetzt das Kinderlied...

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Olaf wrote:
27 Mar 2021, 6:08am
Marky Dread wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:14pm
Inder wrote:
26 Mar 2021, 2:01pm
The "ducks, ducks... ducks on the wall!" has the exact phrasing of Guns on the Roof, which is lol.
Indeed. :mrgreen:
They torture all the women and children
then they've put the ducks on the wall
They plan the duck revolution
Then wait for the empire to fall
Only on IMCT can a song about the shooting of expensive racing pigeons be turned in to a song about ducks bringing down a dictatorship.
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The new Vol 4 sabbath remaster sounds surprisingly good to my ears. A ton of compression added but those early sabbath records needed it bad IMO. Very thin yet muddy sounding simultaneously. 70s production can be pretty hit or miss for me

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