15 Aug 2012, 20:28 by thetspikeshow
17 Jul 2011, 18:46 by x257xJello Biafra and D.O.A.
Last Scream of the Missing Neighbors 12"
Alternative Tentacles, 1989
Alternative Tentacles, 2010
Kill for Christ / My America 12"
Reflex Records, 2002
Group Sex 12"
Frontier Records, 1980
Dark Purple/Transparent Vinyl
Youth Anthems For The New Order 12"
Self Released, 1984
The Faith / Void
Faith/Void Split 12"
Light Purple/Transparent Vinyl
Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) 12"
LOUD RECORDS, 1993
Boycott Stabb (Complete Session) 12"
Graf Orlock / Greyskull Split 12"
Dood Records, 2005
Tyler, the Creator
XL Recordings, 2011
Parting the Seas Between Brightness and Me 12"
Deathwish Inc., 2011.
Cows and Beer 7"
Barbarian Records, 1982
27 Sep 2008, 19:21 by xtakedownedx1. Who is your favorite artist?
2. Do you play an instrument? If so, what is it?
I used to play the drum(s)...but not anymore for i am lazy...
3. Put your music player on shuffle. What are the first 10 songs that show up?
Negative Approach - Nothing
Rites of Spring - End on End
Reagan Youth - I Hate Hate
Slapshot - Tear it Down
Void - War Hero (a song against war)
Crucial Youth - Just one Beer (a song against beer)
7Seconds - We're gonna fight (a song against fighting :D)
The Freeze - Food Lava (a song against Lava?!?!?!??)
Government Issue - Public Stage
Bold - Accept the blame
4. What genre do you find yourself listening to the most?
5. Name a song that gets you pumped.
the last track that got me pumped I,before that The Message
6. Name 3 bands you consider to be overrated.
haha um...lets see maybe Metallica....hm i dont know i'm not interested in overrated stuff…
11 Feb 2008, 20:43 by JeloneA quiz about your top thirty artists. You’re gonna need last.fm or itunes or a list or some shit.
1. How did you get into 29?
Bob Dylan... he's one of those artists so ingrained in our culture that I can't really cite any one source for drawing me to him. I suppose my active attempt to enjoy him came when I bought "Greatest Hits Volume One," which is a ridiculously brilliant collection even though it barely taps into his work.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
"My Bedroom is Like for Artists, Part 2." Latterman's "No Matter Where We Go..." was an impulse buy. I needed something to make me feel better about how shitty my life was feeling at the time, and the album cover of two dudes high-fiving in mid-air looked mighty fine.
3. How many albums by 13 do you own?
AFI. 9. Still need to get "The Art of Drowning." Can't wait for the new EP.
4. What is your favorite song by 15?
3 Feb 2008, 19:09 by willistgI guess I had the new years blahs, I wasn't too excited with much from emusic, still got a few gems though...
Battles - Battles
I don't get it quite frankly. Read some reviews and got my hopes up too high I guess. If you are into ambient noise in an apartment complex that's going under renovation, then this is for you. I may have to give this a try again later I think I missed something.
Chavez - Ride the Fader
Came up as a similar artist to Jawbox I think. Good shit.
Dazzling Killmen - Recuerda
I like this band, it's a more refined Jesus Lizard to me, I haven't even gotten around to this album yet, I completely forgot I had downloaded it.
Don Caballero - World Class Listening Problem
I was a little skeptical of the later stuff based on what I read in places, but I think this album is pretty solid and worthy of being amongst the rest of their discography. I should stop consulting wikipedia for reviews I guess.
Foetus - Flow
27 Oct 2007, 23:19 by BlitzzkriegBillIf you see this because of the artist connections and like what you see, tune in to http://www.airraid.net on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 3-5 PM CST (Chicago) to listen to me do the best damn punk rock internet radio show ever!
October 25, 2007
Sick of It All - pushed too far
Zeke - on the run
youth brigade - you don't understand
Suicidal Tendencies - possessed
7 Seconds - spread
Anthrax - got the time
Circle Jerks - group sex
G.B.H. - city baby attacked by rats
Functional Blackouts - tick tick tick tick
Jellyroll Rockheads - kenji mind is green mind
MC5 - high school
Operation Ivy - healthy body sick mind
The Dils - class war
The Skulls - incomplete suicide
The Replacements - beer for breakfast
Minutemen - little man with a gun in his hand
Limp Wrist - punk ass queers
Husker Du - celebrated summer
From Ashes Rise - nightmares
Really Red - lockjaw
Rikk Agnew - yur 2 late
Megadeth - peace sells
MDC - radioactive chocolate
The Hives - abra cadaver
15 May 2007, 22:24 by davessfirst posted here
(Probably I'll keep updating this journal post, very occasionally, but not the original).
Our lives are so....
It has been kind of interesting to sit and try and remember bands I've seen, the main period being the 80s (with the 90s full of poverty and loss of interest, the 2000s being abroad and away from most of it, and some loss of focus), but for what it's worth (and I'm not really sure how meaningful this listing is) here's my list of what bands really matter to me (in their various ways) from what I can remember of what I've seen. The whole list is a lot more, and I'm sure there's plenty I can't remember, but I'm sure that doesn't really matter.
Public Image Ltd.
Siouxsie & The Banshees
Southern Death Cult
Sex Gang Children
Cheetah Chrome Motherfuckers
4 May 2007, 03:58 by With_a_melonTake your top 20 artists. For each of these artists, collect the top 5 similar artists. The resulting number of unique artists is your eclectic score. If the score is small (extreme = 5) your musical preferences are very limited, and if it is large (extreme = 100), then you have an eclectic musical preference. You can compute your own score at http://anthony.liekens.net/pub/scripts/last.fm/eclectic.php
My eclectic score is currently
The 80 related artists for my profile are
Arch Enemy (4)
At the Gates
Bad Religion (2)
Children of Bodom
Cradle of Filth
Dark Tranquillity (4)
Dimmu Borgir (2)
End Of Humanity
Fight Like Hell
2 Feb 2007, 07:28 by srtotihEMOCORE:
Emocore (abreviação do inglês Emotional Hardcore) é um gênero de música. O termo foi originalmente dado às bandas do cenário punk de Washington DC, que compunham num lirismo mais emotivo que o normal.
Existem várias lendas que tentam explicar a origem do termo "Emo", como a que um fã teria gritado "You´re emo!" (Você é emo!) para uma banda (os mitos variam bastante quanto a banda em questão, sendo provavelmente o Embrace ou o Rites of Spring).
No entanto, a realidade é que o nome foi criado por publicações alternativas como o Fanzine Maximum RocknRoll e a revista de skate Thrasher para descrever a nova geração de bandas de "hardcore emocional" que aparecia no meio dos anos 80, encabeçada por bandas da gravadora Dischord de Washington DC, como as já citadas Embrace e Rites of Spring, além de Gray Matter, Dag Nasty e Fire Party.
Nesta época, outras bandas já estabelecidas de hardcore, como 7 Seconds…
30 Jan 2007, 03:31 by bunkadooThis is a list of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender artists and bands with LGBT members that I've been compiling for the last few years as part of the Queer Artists and Band Members group.
If you know of more that I've missed, send me a message and I'll add them. Also, if there are ones that you think shouldn't be on this list, let me know so I can add links to more info.
For living people, this list is based on how they identify. If they've had same-sex experiences but say they're heterosexual, they won't be listed here. That also means that if they say they're bisexual but have never had a same-sex experience, they will be listed.
It's alphabetized by first letter, so if you can't find a band that should be here, try looking under "The."
4 Non Blondes
A Lifeline Before Drowning
American Music Club