Depeche Mode - Enjoy the silence
It's the method of modern love .... there
+1 depeche mode.
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Some common cbiz abbreviations. This will save me time and yet @ same time tell folks what the babble is supposed to mean.
Vll ! = ( Viva la gnu/Linux !) Vl#!! = ( Viva la #! !) Last but not least, UD ... OD ! = ( Use Debian ... or die !)
antiv0rtex wrote:annoyingbeggar wrote:
If you're interested in more definitely check out Ramshackle Glory/Wingnut Dishwashers Union, Andrew Jackson Jihad, Ryan Harvey, and Evan Greer & Friends. The last two can be found at www.riotfolk.org. Lyrically it generally has socialist/anarchist messages and the idea that how well you can sing is less important than what you have to say. Draws a lot from 60s/labor folk like Phil Ochs, Utah Phillips, etc.
Thanks for the recommendations! I appreciate it. I really like Pete Seeger and a lot of that other "labor folk" stuff. I've heard of the Andrew Jackson Jihad because they are on Elephant 6 like another of my favorite groups, Neutral Milk Hotel.
If you like Pete Seeger, and you haven't before, you should check out Phil Ochs. Great singer and songwriter. I'm listening to this right now while I get some writing done.
DeWolff - The pistol
Couple 20-year olds, reliving the 60/70s. Doors meets Santana. If you can live through the first 2.55 minutes, you'll love it
Concert I attended:
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Primus - To defy the laws of tradition
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Judas Priest - Sinner
Paradise Lost - In Requim
A life once lost - Miracle Worker
Shonen Knife - Riding On The Rocket
Riding on the rocket? Ikō ikō?
^ That's a "nudge-nudge-wink-wink", right? Kinda like a lot of Flo's fans' response to the commercial where she said she likes to "ride [the pink pony] sometimes" (on a carousel)? (I'm sure Flo's double entendre was accidental, but I'd bet the creative team behind this Japanese idol group knew exactly what they were doing with that song.)
I first heard of Shonen Knife when I heard their cover of "Top of the World" by the Carpenters in the black comedy The Last Supper.
edit - fixed link
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