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Discussion in 'Non-Opeth Music Chat' started by discouraged1, May 15, 2004.
I love that film, its not really a parody tough its more like a comedy tribute to the romero films
oh, i wasnt sure what type of comedy it was. either way, ill want to see it though.
Mike do you have copies of your own albums on Vinyl?
Definitively, he must have them. (with all respect Alternative, I think your question is a bit obvious)
If ya REALLY want to see it PM me
these guys are kinda proggy, all instrumental, on the mellower side....local band, they rule though--a lesson in tasteful keyboards
i've seen them live twice, good show both times
Check out Wigwam, a Finnish band from the 70s... Get hold of the album "Fairyport" if you see it!
Also another band I don't think has been mentioned here is Gnidrolog. Despite the stupid name, they rule!
Visit Remember the Past to read lots of reviews of great 70s prog!
and for those of you who arent really digging the "prog" so much, but still like classic heavy rock and roll in the veign of sabbath, zeppelin, deep purple, etc...i highly recommend getting the newest Spiritual Beggars. I loved their other albums, but i must say they really raised the bar on the latest one, more melodic and textured this time...with some cool spacey stuff as well. check it out.
I was about to asking that NineFeetUnderground, thank you. What's the title?
That remeber the past site is awesome, i had it bookemarked but it moved and it lost it.
"on fire" is the newest spiritual beggars album. apparently theyre coming out with a new one very soon as well, so keep an eye out for that one! check it all out at www.spiritualbeggars.com
also, in a similar vein...but not nearly as hard...more along the lines of "uriah heep" or led zeppelin's more progressive moments....is the new swedish retro classic rock band "Black Bonzo". I ordered this recently from the band...and its absolutely stunning...youd never know it was made last year...has tons of great guitar work, mellotrons, organs, harmonized vocals and gang vocals, etc. So anyone whos interested in that, i highly recommend it. www.blackbonzo.com has some clips you can listen to and any other info you might need.
ummm.... Clutch > Spiritual Beggars
i disagree very much. spiritual beggars are far more interesting in every aspect to me. however, i havent heard clutch's newest album.
nick, i went to the blackbonzo site and d/l'ed all the samples, and really dig them. i can't find the album on slsk, nor the cd online anywhere. do you happen to have the full album, mp3s?
yes i do, but whos nick?
if you want to purchase the album...heres the place the band told me to get it from and where i purchased it from: RECORD HEAVEN
Btw, could someone find me samples for These Trails' s/t album or some official/fanpage?
For those not in the know, they are supposed to be very similar in sound to Linda Perhacs whos work seems to be a fav. with Opeth's mainman.
Dunno. Clutch seem a lot more energetic and fun. Both give a similar vibe and I like them both though.
Hey NineFeet.... What do you know about Roky Erickson?
Well, he was the frontman for the 13th floor elevators for a couple of years, and did some solo work as well...helped pioneer and re-create psych with spirituality lyricism and interest.
He did some folky stuff with his solo work...(think of a really pure and humanistic, but less interesting version of nick drake or sandy Denny), where as the 13th floor elevators were more a garage pyschadelia sound (think of a dirty and raw early pink floyd).
13th floor elevators: "Psychadelic sounds of" LP
Roky Erickson: "Never Say Goodbye" LP