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Dead Kennedys is a great band name.


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Tropical Fuck Storm - A Laughing Death in Meatspace is the best non-metal AOTY so far. That's right.


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I gave it a googy on my lappy when I saw you post it and enjoyed that strange shit. Will listen more.


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Tropical Fuck Storm - A Laughing Death in Meatspace is the best non-metal AOTY so far. That's right.


I've only listened to a few songs, but this seems right up my alley. I'm not going to look up anything about the band itself though. If they're a bunch of insufferable hipsters or their fans are too douchey, it might affect my perception. I just want to judge it on the music first. :lol:


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Roswell47, Blaspho, do you know The Drones? An excellent noise rock band from Australia with punk blues influences. You'll hear The Birthday Party, The Gun Club, etc. Great stuff. If you don't know them already, check out 'Wait Long by the River and the Bodies of Your Enemies Will Float By', 'Havilah' or 'Gala Mill'.

Anyway, all this to say that half of TFS are in The Drones. It's basically a slightly more weird version of their main band.


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I just saw an Apple commercial that used the song The Story of an Artist by Daniel Johnston. Pretty cool.


I've seen one with Motorhead - Sympathy for the Devil Stones cover for a car or something
Not sure if Lemmy would have agree.

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Monos wrote:
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I just saw an Apple commercial that used the song The Story of an Artist by Daniel Johnston. Pretty cool.


I've seen one with Motorhead - Sympathy for the Devil Stones cover for a car or something
Not sure if Lemmy would have agree.


Yep saw that yesterday for the first time.


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Feast of Noise wrote:
Roswell47, Blaspho, do you know The Drones? An excellent noise rock band from Australia with punk blues influences. You'll hear The Birthday Party, The Gun Club, etc. Great stuff. If you don't know them already, check out 'Wait Long by the River and the Bodies of Your Enemies Will Float By', 'Havilah' or 'Gala Mill'.

Anyway, all this to say that half of TFS are in The Drones. It's basically a slightly more weird version of their main band.


I think I've heard of The Drones, but I've never listened to them. I like The Birthday Party and The Gun Club, so I'll give them a try. Thanks. :cheers:


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Tropical Fuck Storm - A Laughing Death in Meatspace
Holy Shit!

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Yep a cool discovery thanks to Feast.


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Glad the usual suspects like it. Still trying to find a place to order this below 65$ :lol:


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Yeah, can't get enough of the first track. Need to take some time this weekend and peep the whole album. Crazy shit. It's like... so much.

I feel like Arcade Fire could have gone in this fucked direction at some point.


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Sturgill Simpson is what Uriah Heep would sound like if they were a country band.

His live show tonight confirmed my expectations.

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Sturgill Simpson is what Uriah Heep would sound like if they were a country band.

His live show tonight confirmed my expectations.


How does he approach the stuff from his latest album? Very curious - the production is very expansive with a lot of instrumentation, so I'm wondering if he plays close to the studio versions or strips it down.

Brilliant artist, btw. Metamodern is my favourite, but I'm very happy with Sailor's - I think it was a necessary 90-degree turn as trying to one-up Metamodern was a losing proposition, and he also had to avoid painting himself into a corner. However, the fact that Sailor's came off as good as it did, for an artist that really hadn't trod those corridors before...wow, is all I can say. Can't wait to see what he does next.


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New Cody Jinks album "Lifers" July 27...


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George Harrison All Thing Must Pass is a Masterpiece. I'm sure bands like Radiohead listened to that on repeat

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The Space Lord wrote:
Sturgill Simpson is what Uriah Heep would sound like if they were a country band.

His live show tonight confirmed my expectations.


How does he approach the stuff from his latest album? Very curious - the production is very expansive with a lot of instrumentation, so I'm wondering if he plays close to the studio versions or strips it down.

Brilliant artist, btw. Metamodern is my favourite, but I'm very happy with Sailor's - I think it was a necessary 90-degree turn as trying to one-up Metamodern was a losing proposition, and he also had to avoid painting himself into a corner. However, the fact that Sailor's came off as good as it did, for an artist that really hadn't trod those corridors before...wow, is all I can say. Can't wait to see what he does next.


Can't say for sure since I only just started checking his stuff out myself recently but from what I could get out of his performance, he seems like the jam-friendly type who experiments with a riff here and there and builds up a decent song around it. His set-up's pretty basic too - guitar, bass, drums and organ - and it sounds pretty organic and raw. I noticed that on a few songs too the organ was almost the center part of a few of his songs, hence the comparison to early Uriah Heep I made.

That said, didn't really hear much of anything acoustic that Simpson played at his show but he'd already gotten the audience entertained with just about anything he played. Glad I got to check his show out while on break from my volunteer shift.

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Decided to listen to this Greta Van Fleet.

Pretty uncanny....and not bad.

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ChaoticTate wrote:
The Space Lord wrote:
Sturgill Simpson is what Uriah Heep would sound like if they were a country band.

His live show tonight confirmed my expectations.


How does he approach the stuff from his latest album? Very curious - the production is very expansive with a lot of instrumentation, so I'm wondering if he plays close to the studio versions or strips it down.

Brilliant artist, btw. Metamodern is my favourite, but I'm very happy with Sailor's - I think it was a necessary 90-degree turn as trying to one-up Metamodern was a losing proposition, and he also had to avoid painting himself into a corner. However, the fact that Sailor's came off as good as it did, for an artist that really hadn't trod those corridors before...wow, is all I can say. Can't wait to see what he does next.


I saw him play Sailor's front to back and it was good. His band was large and it worked well. Probably better playing in full. I enjoyed the first set when he played shit off the first two albums more. Wonder what he'll do on his next album.


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Decided to listen to this Greta Van Fleet.

Pretty uncanny....and not bad.

my mother in law keeps sending me links to their songs, i just tell her i'm really not that into led zepplin

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Decided to listen to this Greta Van Fleet.

Pretty uncanny....and not bad.

my mother in law keeps sending me links to their songs, i just tell her i'm really not that into led zepplin


It's really impressive that they can play their instruments while swaying back and forth off of Jimmy Page's nuts.

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Rook wrote:
Metal_King wrote:
Decided to listen to this Greta Van Fleet.

Pretty uncanny....and not bad.

my mother in law keeps sending me links to their songs, i just tell her i'm really not that into led zepplin


It's really impressive that they can play their instruments while swaying back and forth off of Jimmy Page's nuts.


:lol: :roll:

They're talented kids. I'm certainly not going to go out and buy their CD, but if it's on, I'm not going to change it.

I really like their song Black Smoke Rising over the others. But Yeah, there are times when he's a DEADRINGER for Plant.

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They are terrific, better than most of the stuff that has come out in recent years. Not sure why it matters that they sound like Zep. It your going to sound like someone, why not them!

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GVF is distractingly lame. I totally get why they are becoming huge. People are boring and don't want anything new or interesting. GVF is as safe as safe can be and perfect for guys like Taz who frighten easily.


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New Single:

https://youtu.be/hurQgJXtpKI

Good, not great ... curious to hear their sophomore effort.

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