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  • jamesusillxd

    But those are just ones I have happened to listen to and enjoyed... I would recommend all of them though!

    17 Ene 7:45 Responder
  • jamesusillxd

    In no particular order: Psychomagia, At The Mountains of Madness, The Big Gundown, Naked City, Torture Garden, Taboo & Exile, The Gift, Masada Guitars, Spy Vs. Spy - The Music Of Ornette Coleman, Moonchild, Templars - In Sacred Blood, The Dreamers, O'o, Dreamachines, In Lambeth: Visions from the Walled Garden of William Blake, The Mysteries, The Circle Maker, Spillaine, IAO, Nova Express

    17 Ene 7:44 Responder
  • OctoberFogGloom

    I understand the whole, 'so much music so little time'...there are so many bands (and other artists!) out there to try out, and I've definitely experienced that once I turned 18. I was heavily into metal and only metal (not even rock) back in my high school years. I listened to Type O extensively, and eventually branched out to Doom and Death Metal, so many bands I've listened to that weren't scrobbled! Because I listened to TON so much, I gave Carnivore my fair share of time, though I didn't listen to them half as much as I did TON. I still come back to Carnivore though, there are songs that I really like which I've yet to hear from other bands (in terms of musical/lyrical similarity). My favorite TON songs are: Who Will Save The Sane?, In Praise of Bacchus, IYDKMIGTHTKY, Less Than Zero, and Creepy Green Light. Though I love many many songs. I once even performed an oral interpretations of Peter's lyrics. Great times.

    17 Ene 2:45 Responder
  • OctoberFogGloom

    Yeah I've loved TON for a long time! I think I've been listening to them for almost ten years now...time flies I guess. I really miss Pete, I never met him, but he was a big hero in my eyes back in my high school years. I cried really hard when I found out that he died. Heh I have all their albums and the DVD version of 'After Dark'. I've sold many albums in my collection, but I'll never sell my TON stuff. What do you think about Pete's other band, Carnivore?

    16 Ene 21:28 Responder
  • jamesusillxd

    Thanks a bunch for those recs, I'll take a look through the ones I've not heard, have been meaning to check out the Filmworks series so I'll start with those ones you've mentioned. Really enjoyed Godess but for some reason didn't get it so I'll get hold of that also, quite a few others there I don't have... Super library also!

    15 Ene 22:43 Responder
  • OctoberFogGloom

    I get what you mean. I like 'Motherfucker', though, it is a novelty song of sorts. I figure they had to name the song that so people would look at them again after the long time of not creating any new material. But I have higher hopes for new FNM considering the talent these guys have. I think that BIlly and Puffy still have it. And Mike hasn't let up on content really, so I once again, I have high hopes. And the guys have been working on this new one for at least half a year I think, so at least there's been time put in and out of it. I dunno I may be rambling at this point thanks to sleepless ness.

    15 Ene 2:24 Responder
  • OctoberFogGloom

    I feel ya on that. Though, I've personally never been huge into Tomahawk or Fantomas myself. I've seen the DVD you're talking about, though that was almost 3 years ago, and the DVD belonged to an ex boyfriend, so I don't remember everything about it. Nor do I have access to it. :/ But I guess that's okay, I tend to stay around the Faith No More and Mr. Bungle realm anyway. Do you think that the new FNM will be more inspired and interesting than Oddfellows?

    14 Ene 16:23 Responder
  • OctoberFogGloom

    I thought Oddfellows was alright, nothing really stuck out to me. I like Stone Letter, but that's really it.

    11 Ene 20:24 Responder
  • OctoberFogGloom

    I feel the same, in every day life it seems that few people are fans of FNM. I'm excited to hear this new one, I think that it'll be a good sequel to 'Album of The Year'. Though, from 'Motherfucker', I think that the album may sound more like 'King For a Day', near the end of that album that is. Still, I think it's going to be good either way! How big are you on Mike Patton's other projects? I see Peeping Tom and Mr. Bungle, do you listen to Tomahawk or Mondo Cane at all?

    10 Ene 19:00 Responder
  • OctoberFogGloom

    Hey thanks! Nice to see another Faith No More fan. :)

    10 Ene 10:46 Responder
  • macdowellana

    ahahahha thank you but, well, i dont know about being better! i'd say equally good x) ;)

    1 Ene 21:15 Responder
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  • TuneBlendR

    You ought to check out Roy Buchanan's "Loading Zone" LP... Simply awesome!

    1 Ago 2014 Responder
  • s_straley

    Thanks Shawn! I'll check out that Roy Buchanan song. Much obliged for the recommendation. Another song that reminds me of Maggot Brain is Mickey's work on "A Tear for Eddie" (likely named as tribute to Mr. Hazel). Thanks again!

    25 Mar 2014 Responder
  • SavoirFaire_

    Dang! Can't believe I talked to you & forgot to mention I made a request here. This IS the SE request line isn't it? lol Well now that I know about the recent Death gig how about a 'Death' scrobble..haha sounds rather morbid now... but you know what I mean. ;D

    11 Nov 2013 Responder
  • ChrisBalbo

    New Album Tomahawk FULL

    21 Ene 2013 Responder
  • CarlinCornell

    Mmm Frank Zappa.

    14 Nov 2012 Responder
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  • Boogienator3000

    hey dude, could you do me a favor and like that contest-entry pic of my band? would be awesome! <3 cheerio!

    6 May 2012 Responder
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April.2008 The Beatles
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June.2008 The Beatles
July.2008 Alice in Chains
September.2008 The Beatles
October.2008 Oasis
November.2008 Neil Young
December.2008 The Sonics
January.2009 The Sonics
February.2009 Link Wray
March.2009 Roy Buchanan
April.2009 The Chesterfield Kings
May.2009 Minor Threat
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July.2009 Propagandhi
August.2009 Faith No More
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October.2009 Oingo Boingo
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December.2009 The Beatles
January.2010 The Tea Party
February.2010 Aphex Twin
March.2010 Faith No More
April.2010 Down
May.2010 King Crimson
June.2010 Bad Brains
July.2010 Danzig
August.2010 Danzig
September.2010 Faith No More
October.2010 Frank Zappa
November.2010 NoMeansNo
December.2010 Brian Eno
January.2011 Killing Joke
February.2011 Failure
March.2011 The Velvet Underground
April.2011 Faith No More
May.2011 Os Mutantes
June.2011 Fantômas
July.2011 Ulver
August.2011 Suicidal Tendencies
September.2011 Melvins
October.2011 Faith No More

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30. John Zorn - FilmWorks XXIV: The Nobel Prize Winner (30)
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