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    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 29 Aug 2012, 14:13
    I enjoyed it a bit considering it's not something I'd normally listen to, so I'll give it 6/10 :)

    I just discovered this song yesterday and fell in love because Gilmour and Townshend is just a perfect combination IMO.

  • Something about the way in which he calls out for Gilmour I just found funny...

    Anyways, there are some things about the live performance that I'm just about mild on, but generally it's a fantastic song with nice instrumentation. I suppose it drags a bit, though.

    I'll go with a solid: 8/10

    Time for some Sonata Arctica!


  • I generally have a very "meh" attitude when it comes to power metal. This hasn't done anything to convince me to reconsider... 5/10.


    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 25 Oct 2012, 04:07
    Makes me think of a more metal Mr. Bungle. I'd say 7/10 would be right for me.


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    • 4 Dec 2012, 17:19
    Not everbody like this game or..? Anyway, maybe rap is not cup of my tea, but this song so classic and not so bad to listen. 5/10

    Enjoy K - pop!

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 4 Dec 2012, 18:01
    ^ Well they're very cute, but i'm confused by the western fixation with K-Pop. I can't help hearing the overt influence of pan-Atlantic banality on these Asian bands. Maybe i'm overthinking it and just being an arsehole. I won't rate it like I usually do because i'm not even remotely informed enough about this sort of music.


    Klap Perker by Kid Kishore

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 4 Dec 2012, 18:11
    hehehe, me too! I'm will not begain to hear K - pop if i'm don't love "Gangnam Style" by Psy.
    Anyway, cool melodic of the song you've post, selfsuprise. 8/10

    Next: A Friend In London - New Tomorrow

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 4 Dec 2012, 18:32
    ^ I feel bad because i've been slightly more critical of your choices than I have. But i'm nothing if honest ;p This one is quite nice actually. In the intro there is a subtle hint of something promising to be indier and (dare I say) . By the time the chorus drops it gets a lot more ear friendly and uplifting, but not bad given the fact it was a Eurovision entry! 5/10.

    P.S. Why do all these foreign bands speak English? Its a dirty rotten shame. I'd love to hear some linguistic diversity, disregarding a national identity in the face of marketing pressure and commercialism.

    Can the next poster please listen to... Szron





    Take your pick!

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 4 Dec 2012, 18:43
    I don't know, maybe just because they need to passing their's international music market (special USA). :P
    Wow! Black Metal (or Death Metal?), i love it! <3 10/10

    Next: Axel Rudi Pell - Emotional Echoes


  • It sounds like classic heavy metal, which is fine, but it's nothing particularly new or exciting. 6/10


    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 5 Dec 2012, 21:14
    Not bad for Doom Metal (?), but just not cup of my tea (i don't know why i feel just "bo bo" for doom metal..)

    Next: Jamelia - Superstar

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 7 Dec 2012, 11:11
    ^ Sorry c, but this really isn't doing it for me. Listening to that just makes me wish I got here before you posted on Electric Wizard ;p The guest singer at the start even said "yeah, uhhn, come on" - who actually does that?!

    Can the next poster please listen to Strangled Cop, extremely loud (seriously, be careful if you've got headphones on!) and strangely punked-up harsh noise/power electronics.



    http://xstrangledcopx.bandcamp.com/album/above-the-law-demo

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 8 Dec 2012, 17:30
    Wow! You're right, selfsurprise! I was so shock when i hear it, i need to turn down volumes to countine. ;) But cool song, no doubt.

    Next: The Gathering - Her Last Flight
    [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iupDPSfXxfs[/youtube]

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    • 10 Dec 2012, 15:09
    c_szeling said:
    Next: The Gathering - Her Last Flight


    Rather good! I like the slightly uneven sounding recording quality. I wish more gothic rock bands went for this melancholic pop feel rather than the overstrung and overbaked squeaky clean electronic-opera that latterday acts seem to prefer. 7/10.

    Can the next poster please listen to the mental ragga stylings of breakcore artist Shitmat.




    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 11 Dec 2012, 09:48
    "Tuff Babylon" - 7.5/10.

    "Dubplate Murder Sound" - 5/10. A sense of disinterest took me while listening to this. Not exactly sure why, but it's there the entire way through.

    "Amen Babylon" - 8/10. The intro was annoying, but everything afterwards was awesome, especially 4:40 onwards.

    "Now you must develop a taste for free-form jazz!" -Patrick Star

    Choose a track. Or both. Your choice.






    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 11 Dec 2012, 13:14
    ^ You only had to pick one song, but thanks for taking the time to go through them all :D I'll return the favour.

    Whilst I can scarcely claim to be an expert of the genre I do like free jazz , particularly the really uncomfortable insectile sounding stuff by Tony Bevan or Gebhard Ullmann. Ghosts reminds of them only there seems to be a modicum of restraint and (dare I say) an attempt at making an immediately recognizable song. I'd give it 7.5/10. The Wizard does more or less the same thing only right from the start there is a regularly orchestrated slackening and heightening of the tempo that gently threatens to bring the song to a standstill. I also think the sax about 3 minutes in sounds like an angry exoskeletal alien. Very clever :D 8/10.

    Can the next poster please listen to Harold Budd.


    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 18 Dec 2012, 11:58
    9.5/10. I'm not very good at articulating why I like certain things within certain songs, so the closest I can come as to why I like this so much is a certain pressure I feel within the song.

    I still can't get over how amazing the cover is, but I hear the music within this album ain't half bad as well. Give either track a listen, both are equally great.




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    • 18 Dec 2012, 17:54
    ^ My accumulated knowledge of hip-hop is embarrassingly sparse, but these two tracks are cool. I like the cut n paste feel of old-school hip-hop, you can hear all "joins in the gaps" and the delightful flaws. Whenever I hear this sort of thing it just makes me want to throw a boombox at 50 Cent's face. The percussion on Critical Beatdown is awesome, and now I know where The Prodigy sampled that "i'll take your brain to another dimension, pay close attention" line from :D, 8/10.

    Can the next poster please listen to power electronics sicko Nicole 12. Feel free to listen to both of the tracks or just one.




    (to be honest with you I picked these two because they were the least likely tracks to get me banned from the forum/arrested by actual real-life police ;p)

  • The whole pedobear thing aside, this kind of electronic noise is just not my thing, though I don't find it un-listenable either. I suppose I must give both tracks something like a: 4/10

    Alright, so the next listener must listen to some hip-hop remixes / mash-ups by dj BC. As before, there are two links here, and so you can listen to one or both.




  • The Beatles AND Beastie Boys... At the same time! Great stuff, the songs mix really well and it sounds marvelous. Full points.

    A band that I recently started to listen to a lot is the korean hip-hop group 리쌍 (Leessang). I really dig their style of hip hop and is the kind of music I would recommend to anyone.




  • 2/10
    Totally not feeling it.


    • acm323 said...
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    • 12 Jan 2013, 00:24
    I've never heard that one. I like it. I have their greatest hits. I love that album.

    Now, listen to this song. I discovered them recently. Isn't this beautiful?


  • 2.5\10
    I hate this kind of mainstream rock. everything about this track was mediocre. it reminded me of Nickelback and that's not a good thing, at all.

    now you must listen to....Yoko Ono! (don't worry, she doesn't scream here):

    • acm323 said...
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    • 12 Jan 2013, 00:36
    Matbil, what about mine???

  • oh sorry I skipped you, yours was beautiful of course. a bit too long and meandering though but I love the instrumentation a lot. I heard about her many times but haven't listened to her stuff yet. i'll give it about 8\10

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