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  • Forum Post: Take a trip back to 1971, The greatest era in Rock music.

    Posted 10/22/2014 07:27:29 EDT

    The closing track from Chen Shinki & His Friends http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-8RYySJEvc   If you haven't heard Satori from Flower Travelin Band, that's probably my favorite in the Heavy Psych genr more »

  • Forum Post: Take a trip back to 1971, The greatest era in Rock music.

    Posted 10/21/2014 01:05:32 EDT

    I listened to the album from The Golden Grass and liked it. Speaking of 1971, I listened to an album called "Chen Shinki & His Friends" by Shinki Chen last night, it's from 1971. It's a Heavy sort of more »

  • Forum Post: Pitchfork's best music of the decade so far

    Posted 10/08/2014 08:11:38 EDT

    In response to jesseyeric's comment: I never much cared for Pitchfork or their opinions on anything. And any list that has Kanye on it is useless to me. Hip Hop/Rap = NWA, Public Enemy, Tupac, Run - D more »

  • Forum Post: Bands That Should have Stayed Around

    Posted 09/15/2014 08:24:10 EDT

    Cap'n Jazz is the first one to come to mind. A very good post hardcore/emo band that only released one album in the mid 90s. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjN6xQ_FGAE   Also Slint who only released t more »

  • Forum Post: New Ryan Adams

    Posted 09/15/2014 08:16:48 EDT

    I might check it out. I haven't listened to anything from him before, but I recently listened to Stranger's Almanac by Whiskeytown and liked it. Like you said, it looks like this one is more Pop Rock more »

  • Forum Post: Lyrical exercise

    Posted 09/11/2014 09:43:23 EDT

    Another favorite   Eminem - Renegade   Since I'm in a position to talk to these kids and they listen I ain't no politician, but I'll kick it with 'em a minute Cause, see, they call me a menace, and if more »

  • Forum Post: Memorable rock'n'roll epitaphs

    Posted 09/11/2014 09:32:49 EDT

    Eric B. and Rakim - I Ain't No Joke Joy Division - Love Will Tear us Apart King Crimson - Epitaph (sorry, I had to) Wu-Tang Clan - C.R.E.A.M (Cash Rules Everything Around Me) Dr. Dre - Nuthin But a G more »

  • Forum Post: Lyrical exercise

    Posted 09/10/2014 08:35:52 EDT

    For no reason at all, post up some of your favorite lyrics   Modest Mouse - Lives   Everyone's afraid of their own life If you could be anything you want I bet you'd be disappointed, am I right? No on more »

  • Forum Post: U2 just released a new album...

    Posted 09/09/2014 04:30:46 EDT

    ... for anyone interested.   Songs of Innocence 1 The Miracle (Of Joey Ramone) 4:15   2 Every Breaking Wave 4:12   3 California (There Is No End to Love) 3:59   4 Song for Someone 3:46   5 Iris (Hold more »

  • Forum Post: All Things Must Pass goes hand in hand with ...?

    Posted 09/09/2014 03:48:33 EDT

    I'd put it among the second tier of Beatles albums. The top tier for me is The White Album, and Revolver. The next tier includes Abbey Road, Rubber Soul, and Sgt. Peppers. I'd put ATMP among those alb more »

  • Forum Post: Pitchfork's best music of the decade so far

    Posted 09/08/2014 08:21:19 EDT

    In response to SonicsMonksLyresVicars' comment: [QUOTE] Rich, to extend your analogy, what if a person was really into cars, thought he knew a fair bit about cars and who liked, say, Maseratis, was to more »

  • Forum Post: Little Bit O' Soul

    Posted 09/07/2014 06:20:47 EDT

    also have to add The Tammys, Egyptian Shumba, it's hard not to smile while listening to this

     

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Er8PN385PEA

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  • Forum Post: Pitchfork's best music of the decade so far

    Posted 09/07/2014 06:18:50 EDT

    In response to yogafriend's comment: [QUOTE] There's isn't an interesting story behind every thing in our lives, every album, or book, or film or whatever, but some of the most beloved items, are iden more »

  • Forum Post: Pitchfork's best music of the decade so far

    Posted 09/07/2014 03:43:22 EDT

      Yoga was talking about remembering specific recommendations for albums she's received. I related that to how a lot of albums for me, and most people I assume, bring back specific memories. I mention more »

  • Forum Post: Pitchfork's best music of the decade so far

    Posted 09/07/2014 12:29:38 EDT

    In response to SonicsMonksLyresVicars' comment: [QUOTE] If you truly don't see anything wrong with all those rugged, individualist rebel teenagers listening to the same thing then there is no point tr more »

  • Forum Post: Pitchfork's best music of the decade so far

    Posted 09/07/2014 09:02:58 EDT

    In response to SonicsMonksLyresVicars' comment: [QUOTE] "every car that pulled up, I mean EVERY car, was playing that CD as they arrived or left the party".  I can't think of a more damning indictment more »

  • Forum Post: Pitchfork's best music of the decade so far

    Posted 09/06/2014 09:59:33 EDT

    There was a thread on another music forum about associating certain albums with specific memories, that I thought about biting the idea and posting it here but haven't as of yet. But it was about ever more »

  • Forum Post: Pitchfork's best music of the decade so far

    Posted 09/06/2014 07:56:03 EDT

    I just think the act of "discovering" something pales in comparison to what is being discovered in the long run. I listened to an Iris Dement album a few weeks ago because my dad saw her in Worcester more »

  • Forum Post: Pitchfork's best music of the decade so far

    Posted 09/05/2014 06:48:25 EDT

    In response to SonicsMonksLyresVicars' comment: [QUOTE] I don't have to look to know I'd hate the few I know. Among my friends we think of Pitchfork as Hipster Hell. [/QUOTE] lol Ok. I'm not a fan of more »

  • Forum Post: Little Bit O' Soul

    Posted 09/05/2014 06:31:32 EDT

    Pretty much anything by Sam Cooke but especially Bring it on Home to Me   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkLZ_pVwU3k" rel="nofollow">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jkLZ_pVwU3k   also Get me Away from more »

  • Forum Post: Your top pick for the most universally loved rock artists

    Posted 09/04/2014 12:30:36 EDT

    In response to yogafriend's comment: [QUOTE]   You need to put alternative in quotes, b/c "alternative rock" became a (now somewhat meaningless) genre, and to infer that the VU were the "first" altern more »

  • Forum Post: Your top pick for the most universally loved rock artists

    Posted 09/04/2014 08:28:05 EDT

    In response to jesseyeric's comment: [QUOTE] Yes - I agree, they did experiment outside of the various genre's you mentioned, but I cannot say that they were successful with some of these sounds and i more »

  • Forum Post: Your top pick for the most universally loved rock artists

    Posted 09/03/2014 08:24:20 EDT

    In response to jesseyeric's comment: [QUOTE] The Mother's and even Captain Beefheart were certainly moving in a completely different direction. I still don't buy the VU being so Alternative, at least more »

  • Forum Post: Your top pick for the most universally loved rock artists

    Posted 09/02/2014 07:39:10 EDT

    In response to jesseyeric's comment: [QUOTE] As for the mentioning of the Velvet Underground, I am going to choose this band not to cause any disagreements but to try and get the truth out. The VU was more »

  • Forum Post: Your top pick for the most universally loved rock artists

    Posted 08/20/2014 04:24:25 EDT

    The Velvet Underground Black Sabbath Radiohead   I picked these 3 because they all seemed to be loved by critics, and have big enough fan bases that adore them. Plus they were/are very influential in more »

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