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What Are You Listening To Now?

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User is offline   MusicallyInspired 

  • The Sarien Encounter

#2792

As far as I'm concerned Hulshult's Blood Swamps track is the new definitive Doom track. Beating BFG Division. It's got everything and dumps all over anything in base Eternal. No shade on Mick for his tracks which are almost always great, but Hulshult really drew me in on this one and nailed all of my metal buttons like he knew me. Incredible track. I love playing Blood Swamps and being pummled to death repeatedly just to listen to it.


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User is offline   Mark 

#2793

pirate metal
https://youtu.be/f55CqLc6IR0

This post has been edited by Mark: 16 December 2020 - 08:53 PM

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User is online   X-Vector 

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Die Kreuzen - All White
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User is online   Aleks 

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User is online   X-Vector 

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Pixies - Live in Utrecht 1990
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User is online   X-Vector 

#2799



R.E.M. - Live at Pinkpop 1989

First festival and (paid) concert I attended.
Wasn't used to the volume of big stage live music and from my position Stipe's vocals were somewhat drowned out by Buck's guitar, but it was still mightily impressive.
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User is offline   Balls of Steel Forever 

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Robyn - Cardiac Arrest
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User is online   X-Vector 

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Victims Family - Caged Bird
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User is online   X-Vector 

#2803



Marietje Lippold - Allemaal aan de Martelpaal
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User is offline   jkas789 

#2804

Listening to the 1930s radio show of The Shadow. Thankfully it is apparently in the open domain so you can download it and listen if you want to from here.

It's a fun show IMO.
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User is offline   Mark 

#2805

About 12 years ago I got into the hobby of collecting and restoring old radios from the 20s and 30s. Hanging around one of the related forums exposed me to music of that era. My listening expanded to the 40s and 50s music and the weekly radio shows. Lots of great drama and comedy stuff back then. Jack Benny, Red Skelton and Bob Hope were my favorites.

Back in the 60s me, my older brother and dad would listen to The Shadow every week with the lights turned low. Good times.

This post has been edited by Mark: 13 February 2021 - 04:57 AM

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#2806

Radio's kind of a lost medium for many people who were too young to grow up with it. Glad some of this stuff is finding its way to the 'net.
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User is offline   Mark 

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Gigabytes of old radio programming is available on the web from many places. IIRC Archive.org has lots of it. I was so into the music and shows that I bought a commercially sold pack of Bob Hope shows on 20 cassette tapes and transfered them to my computer.

This post has been edited by Mark: 13 February 2021 - 05:31 AM

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View PostMark, on 13 February 2021 - 05:30 AM, said:

Gigabytes of old radio programming is available on the web from many places. IIRC Archive.org has lots of it. I was so into the music and shows that I bought a commercially sold pack of Bob Hope shows on 20 cassette tapes and transfered them to my computer.

Came across any recordings of Art Bell era Coast to coast by any chance?
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User is offline   Malgon 

#2809

Listening to the Amid Evil soundtrack, currently track 5 - Grievance.
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User is offline   Mark 

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View PostBubble Gum Chewer, on 13 February 2021 - 09:59 AM, said:

Came across any recordings of Art Bell era Coast to coast by any chance?
https://archive.org/...imartin1of71996
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View PostMark, on 13 February 2021 - 06:09 PM, said:


Thank you.
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#2812



dat self loathing tho
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User is offline   Malgon 

#2813

Listening to the Dusk soundtrack, currently track 10 - Departure to Destruction.
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User is online   ck3D 

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User is online   ck3D 

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User is online   X-Vector 

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Bullet LaVolta - Dead Wrong (live in Germany 1989)



Fugazi - Waiting Room (live in Germany 1989)


This post has been edited by X-Vector: 28 February 2021 - 04:40 AM

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View PostX-Vector, on 28 February 2021 - 04:34 AM, said:

Bullet LaVolta - Dead Wrong


That is such an awesome band. Fugazi as well, but Bullet Lavolta are way more obscure I'd say. Some good posts here recently.

Here's my contribution for today, the manliest band ever:



The sound to me is like two men staring each other down before a fight in a seedy bar somewhere.
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#2819

And then the fight starts:


Followed by a cop car ride in a kinda shit mood:

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#2820

Legit one of the best newer Unsane tracks. Shellac is definitely my jam too. Duke4 you still manage to surprise me!
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