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  • #16
    Originally posted by SirStoneyOfBow View Post
    I watched I Love You Man on the flight over to Yanksville, and now I'm looking to get back home to pull out my Rush CD's I havent listened to in years.
    My god, I forgot how much Rush ruled. For shame....
    Rush is amazing, I caught them twice during the Snakes & Arrows Tour.

    @ KINGHORROR - "Radio dread" was pretty rad, haven't heard "Sgt Peppers lonely hearts dub band" yet, but Ill take your word for it.
    The songs you posted were sweet, Im hoping to make a snowboard video this winter and Im looking for some good dub or some 2tone ska for my segment.
    Last edited by theyalldie; 08-30-2009, 06:17 AM.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by SirStoneyOfBow View Post
      I watched I Love You Man on the flight over to Yanksville, and now I'm looking to get back home to pull out my Rush CD's I havent listened to in years.
      My god, I forgot how much Rush ruled. For shame....
      Hell yeah!

      I felt the same after watching I Love You, Man.

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      • #18
        One of the few Aussie Bands I like. They wrote this song as a tribute to Heath Ledger.

        [YOUTUBE]BOwM-ffQ2t4[/YOUTUBE]

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        • #19
          Originally posted by theyalldie View Post

          @ KINGHORROR - "Radio dread" was pretty rad, haven't heard "Sgt Peppers lonely hearts dub band" yet, but Ill take your word for it.
          The songs you posted were sweet, Im hoping to make a snowboard video this winter and Im looking for some good dub or some 2tone ska for my segment.
          Traditional Ska

          [YOUTUBE]IvQF-uInivw&feature=related[/YOUTUBE]

          [YOUTUBE]EZC6Ot1MLP0[/YOUTUBE]

          [YOUTUBE]qqn-BJc1I2c&feature=fvw[/YOUTUBE]

          Two Tone Ska

          [YOUTUBE]9v0-NPIXrtE&feature=related[/YOUTUBE]

          [YOUTUBE]LDFpcVMe75Q&feature=related[/YOUTUBE]

          [YOUTUBE]Pr2HTUlUrDo&feature=channel[/YOUTUBE]

          Traditional Dub Reggae

          [YOUTUBE]ZvYSYOKFCbk[/YOUTUBE]

          [YOUTUBE]MiaekG1Q0UE[/YOUTUBE]

          Modern Dub

          [YOUTUBE]FSuGbt2bZXk[/YOUTUBE]

          [YOUTUBE]ls1Ov8rWI-0&feature=related[/YOUTUBE]


          Should get ya started, hit me up if you need some more direction Also I didn't add any Dubstep as even though it has Dub in the title and some elements of traditional Dub it's really an off shoot of Garage music, feel free to download the mix in my sig though if you want some Dubstep.

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          • #20
            Never been a huge Converge fan, but their newest single is incredibly awesome. Can't stop listening.

            [YOUTUBE]Asam2mLd5S0[/YOUTUBE]

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Outpost #31 View Post
              That NIN would have been fucking awesome to see. Would have loved to see them perform the whole TDS cd. Lucky people.

              Originally posted by ArchVile99 View Post
              Pissed that NiN played the entire Downward Spiral, start to finish, plus 12 more songs at a club show in NYC before about 2000 people. Lucky. Mother. Fuckers.
              Either of you guys seen that Night of Nothing Bootleg.
              It was back in the mid 90s (I think)
              It features sets from NIN, Meat Beat Manifesto, Marilyn Manson, Couple of Prick songs and a couple of Pop Will Eat Itself songs.
              Kevin McMahon from prick plays the whole NIN set, Clint Mansel is there for the PWEI songs and Richard Patrick is there for Head Like A Hole.

              Here's a few vids from it...
              [YOUTUBE]0Mfs0C4ioEE[/YOUTUBE]
              [YOUTUBE]c670fjVZkn4[/YOUTUBE]
              [YOUTUBE]xl7wGV_Xtq0[/YOUTUBE]

              And the PWEI vids
              [YOUTUBE]EKk-_T8xPdM[/YOUTUBE]
              [YOUTUBE]jZtXNgVIQHo[/YOUTUBE]
              Last edited by brain dead; 08-31-2009, 09:34 AM.

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              • #22
                It's bad when I have a song in my head and I'm humming it for no clear reason.

                Right now:

                [YOUTUBE]Y1a_ikfUico[/YOUTUBE]

                I can't be the only one to have such lame guitly pleasures.
                Spill all people.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by SirStoneyOfBow View Post
                  It's bad when I have a song in my head and I'm humming it for no clear reason.

                  Right now:

                  [YOUTUBE]Y1a_ikfUico[/YOUTUBE]

                  I can't be the only one to have such lame guitly pleasures.
                  Spill all people.
                  Ooo I got one!
                  [YOUTUBE]<object width="425" height="344"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/-Qae_TUTeGo&hl=en&fs=1&"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/-Qae_TUTeGo&hl=en&fs=1&" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="425" height="344"></embed></object>[/YOUTUBE]

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                  • #24
                    Shit. I haven't seen the Karate Kid in forever. That song though, that is perfection.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by brain dead View Post
                      Either of you guys seen that Night of Nothing Bootleg.
                      It was back in the mid 90s (I think)
                      It features sets from NIN, Meat Beat Manifesto, Marilyn Manson, Couple of Prick songs and a couple of Pop Will Eat Itself songs.
                      Kevin McMahon from prick plays the whole NIN set, Clint Mansel is there for the PWEI songs and Richard Patrick is there for Head Like A Hole.
                      Thanks for posting those vids. Lots of great musicians and bands. Will have to look out for those if they are around. The 90's was such a great time for music and lots of bands starting out that put on great live shows. I still have a VHS tape from the 90's with some cool PIgface performances. Also has a Tool concert from when they were just starting out playing in frong of 20 people in Philadelphia. One camera shot and basically just focuses on Maynard the whole time zooming in and out while he does his crazy trance dances.

                      Listened to Rusty Nails II coming home. I never tire of listening to it and love the assortment of remixes.
                      Sometimes, you just have to be offensive to offensive people - Max Nofziger

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                      • #26
                        Listened to this song about 4 times today.

                        [YOUTUBE]w1FeEezee4s[/YOUTUBE]

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by SOniC_DeATh_MonKEY View Post
                          Listened to this song about 4 times today.

                          [YOUTUBE]w1FeEezee4s[/YOUTUBE]
                          I still break out my Greatest Hits cd from them every once in a while

                          Speaking of acoustic tracks earlier I bought 80's Hits stripped which has:

                          1. Jessi's Girl - Rick Springfield
                          2. Down Under - Colin Hay
                          3. Your Love - The Outfield
                          4. Metro, The - Berlin
                          5. No One Is to Blame - Howard Jones
                          6. Rebel Yell - Billy Idol
                          7. Only the Lonely - The Motels
                          8. 867-5309/Jenny - Tommy Tutone
                          9. Missing You - John Waite
                          10. These Dreams - Heart
                          11. Blinded Me With Science - Thomas Dolby
                          12. Promises, Promises - Naked Eyes
                          13. Heat of the Moment - Asia
                          14. Our Lips Are Sealed - Jane Wiedlin
                          15. Stroke, The - Billy Squier

                          Great cd for anybody who likes those songs. Colin Hay's version on that cd is brilliant. Wish it was on Youtube but did find this interesting performance:
                          [YOUTUBE]JCgyWBJglng[/YOUTUBE]
                          Sometimes, you just have to be offensive to offensive people - Max Nofziger

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by SOniC_DeATh_MonKEY View Post
                            Listened to this song about 4 times today.

                            [YOUTUBE]w1FeEezee4s[/YOUTUBE]
                            yus! now I gotta do this
                            [YOUTUBE]<object width="425" height="344"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/NJJQpSzDgC0&hl=en&fs=1&"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/NJJQpSzDgC0&hl=en&fs=1&" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="425" height="344"></embed></object>[/YOUTUBE]

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Outpost #31 View Post
                              I still break out my Greatest Hits cd from them every once in a while
                              They are one of those bands that I listen to in secret. Don't know if thats a good or a bad thing though lol.

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                              • #30
                                Here it is. NiN playing TDS in its entirety in NYC. That's right, I'm posting them all. Fuck the bandwidth.

                                Mr Self Destruct
                                [YOUTUBE]VNxZcC5rlw0[/YOUTUBE]

                                Piggy
                                [YOUTUBE]BsCQvMZ_gLg&[/YOUTUBE]

                                Heresey
                                [YOUTUBE]DqjS_wYwfac&[/YOUTUBE]

                                March of the Pigs
                                [YOUTUBE]W1619BJiNpQ&[/YOUTUBE]

                                Closer
                                [YOUTUBE]vWlCwgHWDxg&[/YOUTUBE]

                                Ruiner
                                [YOUTUBE]2RDaFJXJ400&[/YOUTUBE]

                                The Becoming (really fucking sweet)
                                [YOUTUBE]h-YHNGMF9Uw&[/YOUTUBE]

                                I Do Not Want This (amazing)
                                [YOUTUBE]z_I92K8UdGQ&[/YOUTUBE]

                                Big Man With a Gun
                                [YOUTUBE]8EHcVAzoba0&[/YOUTUBE]

                                A Warm Place
                                [YOUTUBE]N-NLKtP2qUQ&[/YOUTUBE]

                                Eraser (wow)
                                [YOUTUBE]deCswrhGBCM&[/YOUTUBE]

                                Reptile
                                [YOUTUBE]6i8esZP0BU8[/YOUTUBE]

                                The Downward Spiral
                                [YOUTUBE]OSxOx9XrZUQ&[/YOUTUBE]

                                Hurt (crowd always ruins this one)
                                [YOUTUBE]4kcnWLvD6Eg&[/YOUTUBE]


                                After all of that, they still played another 12 songs, including Metal and The Final Solution with Peter Murphy. They played TDS again in LA and there were apparently a dozen static and zip cameras throughout the place, so hopefully they release a DVD. If it is the same quality as the And All That Could Have Been release, I'll be happy.
                                And you can call your gang, your posse and the rest of your crew.
                                And while you're at it get them addicts and the indigent too.
                                I plan to have a whole army by the time that I'm through
                                to load their guns with songs they haven't sung

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