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    no clinkz 'til brooklyn Nocapszy's Avatar
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    Children of Bodom: This is, I think from a guitar exercises video.

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    Even if you don't like black metal, give these two a shot.

    This is ordinarily one of those bands where while listening you roll your eyes saying "we get it, you can play fast..." but these two selections are actually pretty enjoyable, if you like black metal.

    I've listened to both of these nearly a dozen times each in the past few days.

    I like Opeth a lot too. And Rush. I'm not an oldie, but I listen to them probably more than anything else. Peart's a fucking monster. Lifeson and Lee don't trail far behind him actually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    Tell me about the music you play into the ground! I'm talking about a song that, if you were trapped in an elevator ( albeit a very cool elevator if it's playing tunes you love ), you wouldn't mind listening to repeatedly.
    Just heard a song on the radio that I haven't heard in years, but love - Devil Goes Down to Georgia, by the Charlie Daniels Band. Probably my first ever "favorite song" when I was 7 or 8, something like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    Children of Bodom: This is, I think from a guitar exercises video.

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    Even if you don't like black metal, give these two a shot.

    This is ordinarily one of those bands where while listening you roll your eyes saying "we get it, you can play fast..." but these two selections are actually pretty enjoyable, if you like black metal.

    I've listened to both of these nearly a dozen times each in the past few days.

    I like Opeth a lot too. And Rush. I'm not an oldie, but I listen to them probably more than anything else. Peart's a fucking monster. Lifeson and Lee don't trail far behind him actually.
    CoB exhibits more of a death metal style rather than a black metal one.
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    "Night Shift" - Siouxsie and the Banshees
    "Locked in a Room" - The Ids
    "Red Weather" - Duke Spirit
    "Deep Red Bells" - Neko Case
    "Love Will Tear Us Apart" - Joy Division

    There are probably others, but those are the ones that come to mind right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noel View Post
    CoB exhibits more of a death metal style rather than a black metal one.
    Cannibal Corpse is death metal. CoB is without a doubt, black metal. Classical + Power-metal = Black metal. They've got a little southern rock influence, but that's about as close to death as they gets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    Tell me about the music you play into the ground! I'm talking about a song that, if you were trapped in an elevator ( albeit a very cool elevator if it's playing tunes you love ), you wouldn't mind listening to repeatedly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyJaye View Post
    Tell me about the music you play into the ground! I'm talking about a song that, if you were trapped in an elevator ( albeit a very cool elevator if it's playing tunes you love ), you wouldn't mind listening to repeatedly.
    Alice In Chains-Rotten Apple, and to a lesser extent Alice In Chains-Nutshell. (Ignore the first 15 seconds of the second video.)

    I love fast/heavy music, but I can't listen to it forever, these two songs I often have looping continually in the background, they tend to be perfect for me normally. They both have a sort of distant, haunting melody to them, never have found anything else that really sounds like it.
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    Nutshell is awesome. Lately, I've fallen in love with this song. I listened to it ~10 times in a row while driving over the weekend.

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    "A Town Called Malice" - The Jam

    "Heaven or Las Vegas" = Cocteau Twins

    "Sweet Talk" - Spank Rock

    "The Tracks of My Tears" - Smokey and the Miracles

    "Black Metallic" - Catherine Wheel


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