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Discussion in 'CoB Off-topic' started by Dred, Sep 1, 2008.

  1. EddyRX10

    EddyRX10 rtard

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    I guess they had you listening to old Coheed, cereal, if you have't listened to some of their new stuff. Its 100% prog rock compared to the old stuff.

    Gravemakers & Gunslingers, No World for Tomorrow so fucking leet
     
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    EddyRX10 rtard

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    Come on nerds

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wS7CZIJVxFY&fmt=18[/ame]

    this shit makes me fucking boner.
    Truly a masterpeice
     
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    eveningninja Skull Kid

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    I dare anyone to be cool enough to listen to this.

     
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    I've never really been a tool fan but that song is fucking art at its finest.
    Also Coheed fucking leet. I bet you never even listened to them songs :Smug:

    EDIT: Since you all seem to be fapping to dubstep (which is what all the brain dead trendy fags over here listen to) you might like "Chase and Status".
    I recommend "Is It Worth It" but only the version from "More Than Alot" not the EP.

    DnB > Dubstep
     
  6. vitorias123

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    Well,In case you read this,check out Dubstep Allstars edition and forget Benga and Joker,they are really popular but they suck imo.



    Anyway,I was browsing through my dad's playlist and I found this awesome prog rock bands:

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32oA8hBTEhg&feature=related[/ame]

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I9jIC3gMWDg&feature=related[/ame]
     
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    Swabs HAHA COOL

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    16bit and Koan Sound are pure badass.

    And shut up Ryan, new Coheed stuff is windongs :mad:

     
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    Crzy_Aus Crazy Violin Guy

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    Mylene Farmer. The best singing old lady I know, and she still looks great for her 50s.






    I also recommend her live concerts, especially Live a Bercy; it's one hell of a show.
     
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    ^ THE FUCK !?
     
  10. Crzy_Aus

    Crzy_Aus Crazy Violin Guy

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    I am baffled by your reaction, Nerve.
     
  11. vitorias123

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    Im sorry but she sucks imo.I dont understand whats so special about her.The first song bored me after 46 seconds and I havent even tried to listen to anything else.

    LIKE A MAGIC BLEND OF A FRENCH MADONNA AND KATE BUSH ALL ROLLED INTO ONE

    rofl
     
  12. Chamet

    Chamet Keepin' it bonzer

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    I used to be into Ska a while ago, this Spanish band in particular:



    Ahhh good times.
     
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    No seriously, making fun of Mylène Farmer became the national sport since 1990.
     
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    snowy The Empire Strikes Back

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    Though, Swabs posted some nice dubstep, but does anyone here likes the ''classical'' dub?
    I really love the first album(on the newer ones the try to mix their chill out music with annoying punk and 'metal' riffs, which destroys everyhting imo) of Dub Trio. That's the kind of dub ive always looked for.
     
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    Classical dub? Like this?
     
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    Blindfold i ħ ∂/∂t |ψ(t)› = Ĥ|ψ(t)›

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    i'm awkward for liking musicals ok, for those who are awkward too, my recommendations are: jesus christ superstar (yes omg untrve!!), hair, sweeney todd soundtrack.. :)
    message me for mp3's
     
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    I dont know whats ''classical'' dub for you,but some old dub fans ive meet dont really like this new dub,dubstep,grime and shit like that even though they are all based on old dub.Old school so called reggae dub are things like Perry,King Tubby,Niney The Observer,Scientist and its quite different from new dub cause new dub has much more electronical effects.Now i havent heard a lot of newer dub but I can tell i really liked Roots Tonic and Dub Syndicate.Mybe you would like it,if you like Dub Trio...
    Dub is a really free genre with influences from almost every other musical genre so it can be a lot of different things.
     
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    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLPNL2ZseBI&feature=related[/ame]
     

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