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  1. There was a similar thread prior to the board Chernobyl in the music forum; and it was the one thread on that sub-board that was pretty consistently active. But I always loved the rate the last movie you watched thread. This one can be for music! It doesn't necessarily have to be rating an album per se. It can be an artist as a whole or a song individually or anything in between. I just like grouping my music by albums. Cloudkicker - Beacons - 9/10 One of my very favorite albums and definitely his best work. The song titles on this album are taken from a book called The Black Box; a book of transcriptions of black box recordings from plane crashes. The titles are usually the last words on the tape. "We're going in. We're going down." "It's bad. We're hit, man, we are hit." "We are going to invert..." "I admit it now. I was scared." "We were all scared."
  2. And it wouldn't be an Amon Amarth single without a cheesy music video with terrible fight choreography. To be honest I think this is one of their weakest singles ever. I hope that the album as a whole has some better stuff. But this is looking like Deceiver of the Gods tier Amon Amarth.
  3. Better than Youtube Quality: Kenopsia by Illyria @GeneticBlueprint
  4. https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-47442312 I didn't know a ton of their music but I know he was an icon of the industry. RIP
  5. Feel free to share any Asian music in this thread and here are some of my favorites to get things started: Edit: I would like to note that this is thread No. 1337 so lets make it great!
  6. No one made this thread yet so I figured I'd make one. At the very least @GeneticBlueprint will participate. I'm not posting mine in the OP, and it might come a bit later. That being said I probably wont do a deep dive like I did last year and will just go on what I've currently heard this year.
  7. https://variety.com/2019/music/news/peter-tork-the-monkees-dies-dead-1203144914/ I remember the Monkees in an episode of Boy Meets World
  8. I didn't think much of this song until the second half. I guess probably because there is less LaBrie.
  9. http://loudwire.com/google-alert-tool-new-album/?trackback=tsmclip
  10. You've got to read this insane story about Jered Threatin--who faked a promotion company, live performances, management, record label, and... well everything really--to book a tour of Europe with his metal band "Threatin". Surprise! Nobody fucking showed up because you don't have any real fans. Hired musicians and venues are pissed. And it gets more interesting because he has a history of doing the same thing. The very end of this story is particularly sad. Video from the only show on the tour that wasn't cancelled... the first:
  11. The actual meaning behind the song is hilarious and perfectly on brand for the Beastie Boys.
  12. https://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2018/09/07/rapper-mac-miller-dead-apparent-overdose/
  13. Was just released @Runny After the last albums complexity, I am so disappoint.
  14. Since Halloween is upon us and we're in autumn, I thought some of you into more adventurous music would enjoy one of my favorite obscure weirdo albums for this season: Comus - The Herald Comus was technically considered a Prog Rock band in their day, but well, there is zero Rock in their sound and by my definition they sound like some sort of Pagan Dark Folk with some typical counter-culture flavor for its day. However, this is shockingly grim lyrically and even musically at points for its release date of 1971. The band's peak of popularity was opening for David Bowie on an unsuccessful tour and basically selling zero copies of their one and only album after dissolving with much drama and label pressure like so many experimental groups did. This is my favorite song although slightly uncharacteristically calm possibly for the rest of the album which is slightly darker in tone. The whole LP basically works best when taken as a whole however I assumed that may be a bit much for anyone potentially interested. This is kind of the musical equivalent of some weird Pagan folk tales coming alive in the woods at night. Lyrics: As a single star glides swiftly down the night A soft wetting note issues from the time-worn flute Frowning slightly the herald listens wistful across the night And from way back behind the day comes the echoed answer The day advances oh so softly his shadow lengthens and his voice is mute But clear his flute and sadly walks forward followed by the day Herald of morning walks across the earth eternally [Acoustic Guitar Solo] And somewhere in the black distance Another herald puts down his flute And the dewy dawn creeps on And the night withdraws The day advances oh so softly his shadow lengthens and his voice is mute But clear his flute and sadly walks forward followed by the day Herald of morning walks across the earth eternally And here is the complete album if interested: Comus - First Utterance
  15. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/suge-knight-sentenced-today-to-28-years-in-prison-for-fatally-running-over-man-in-2015/
  16. Paul McCartney Wistfully Recalls the Times He and John Lennon Masturbated Together
  17. https://www.eff.org/takedowns/sony-finally-admits-it-doesnt-own-bach-and-it-only-took-public-pressure
  18. A record held by Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” for more than 30 years is no more. The Eagles’ Greatest Hits 1971-1975, a perennial seller since its initial release in Feb. 1976, has surpassed 38 million copies sold, according to the latest certification by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The Eagles knocked Jackson’s 1982 smash to No. 2 but the band also holds the No. 3 spot with the album “Hotel California,” also released in 1976. That album has been certified 26-times platinum, for sales and streams of more than 26 million copies.
  19. Just asking I'm not the guy with the knowledge for it but I want to expand my knowledge! Based on your (presumably edited ) title, I locked this for you. Just as an FYI I believe you can lock your own threads. If locking this was in error, please PM me. - Nokra
  20. Demi Lovato was hospitalized on Tuesday for a reported overdose on heroin. TMZ reports that the 25-year-old singer was transported to a hospital and is currently being treated. Law enforcement tells TMZ that she appears to have suffered from a heroin overdose.
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