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umm y do opeth sample nine inch nales at the end lol?
This is fucking excellent. I can't believe we have to wait until August 30th.
I think bars and places that host open mics and such pay royalties to record companies which allows people who play there to play covers and still...
If you're not making money off covering an Opeth song, you don't need to pay them, but you should say, "Hey, this is an Opeth song." If you wanted...
Zangief should be in Floyd.
Roger's singing was rather lousy (no wonder they didn't do "Hey You"!), but he played bass well and looked genuinely excited to be there.
I like when bass player uses a capo.
Try Chopin's nocturnes. I like them best as recorded by Vladimir Ashkenazy.
Edit: Here's the CD I'm referring to....
Yeah, but it's still a different pitch, asshole.
Clemens throws a splitter, not a sinker, if I could be so bold as to nitpick.
I think music theory's getting a bad rap here.
For one thing, it's not a set of rules. You learn all the rules that baroque and classical...
Actually, yes. My mom and I share a bunk bed. She gets the top bunk because I'm afraid of heights.
New Zealand, fuck yeah!
Doesn't this topic confirm that waz is, in fact, a troll?
I like them, but all the random-noise bullshit they feel inclined to surround the good parts of their songs with keeps me from listening to them...
I'd have to go with Harvest, it was the first Opeth song I ever heard. Nostalgia, you know. Such cool lyrics, too.
Cool band. I love when bands play distorted electric guitars and still use clever chord shapes. Dredg is one of those bands.
The Hollies kicked ass.