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song similarity pink floyd and metallica

Discussion in 'Non-Opeth Music Chat' started by emoneygotdubs, Aug 5, 2009.

  1. emoneygotdubs

    emoneygotdubs New Metal Member

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    so i was just listening to pink floyd - goodbye blue sky, at about 56 seconds in (also plays periodically throughout), isnt that the same 4 acoustic notes played in the intro (first notes of the song) to fade to black?

    has anyone else noticed this?

    i'm not trying to call rip off on this one since its only a couple of notes...but i'm just sayin, it sounds exactly the same.

    whatever, i'm bored.
     
  2. Prophet178

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    Reminds me of this

     
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  3. To rid you disease

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    wtf, it says master of puppets when call of ktulu is played.
     
  4. Antyman

    Antyman En Ful Jävel

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    Metallica stole their Unforgiven II riff from In Silence Enshrined - Katatonia ^^

    or.. they both stole it from that silly Iron Maiden song which I can't remember the name of, with the same riff in it.
     
  5. Sad Madrigal

    Sad Madrigal Happy

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    Metallica - For Whom The Bell Tolls and Black Sabbath - Fairies Wear Boots have some similarities.
     
  6. Pieter

    Pieter The Power Of The Riff...

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    And Iron Maiden stole from Led Zeppelin, who stole from the old blues masters, who stole from each other....
     
  7. hexwind

    hexwind Creepiness Och Terrorism

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    ^who stole from my grand grand grand X150 fathers
     
  8. i aint play this

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    The Pantera song on that Doom video is Rise, not This Love.
     
  9. i aint play this

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    I meant the 1st Pantera song obviously.
     
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    Musicians are "borrowing" or being "influenced" by other musicians. That's a main ingredient in all music. Stealing a riff or a few notes, I'm sure has happened down through music, but I don't think it's really as blatant as some would have you believe. Pink Floyd has had there material borrowed by better bands than Metallica.
     
  11. Space Butler

    Space Butler Varg stabbed first

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    Opeth totally ripped off Green Day.
     
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    Antyman En Ful Jävel

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    everyone who held a guitar stole whatever they played from Jeff Van Dyke..
     
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    Like Anathema or Porcupine Tree:lol:
     
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    The video is fail. But anyway, when you listen to a certain band for long enough, their influence will undoubtedly start to seep into your songwriting.
     

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