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    And NOT just becasue Gustavo cracks me up and it was played by the Wiener Philharmoniker...

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    A special 4/20 release from Steel Panther; it's Steel Panther, so every aspect of this video is NSFW:


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    I thought Rival Sons were covering some sort of traditional spiritual with this song, turns out it's just an acoustic version of one of their earlier tracks:


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    Concrete conclusions be damned
    They wonít believe you until itís far too late

    Go on, moron, Ignore the evidence.
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    Jog on, Head down. Ignore the evidence.
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    Pink Floyd the Wall seems very relevant right now. Separation, isolation, masks, imprisonment, sheep, insanity even.

    ďDonít tell me thereís no hope at all, together we stand... divided we fallĒ

    Wish you Were Here rings very true for all of us. I hope everyone has connected with family in one way or another today.


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    The singer was on a very very popular 80s sitcom https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=yfzFxxJBJ8E
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    Don't listen unless you want to be hooked. Comrades has been my goto band for waking up, sleeping, working, and relaxing.


    Lyrics:
    Graven on the edge
    Of the words my Father said.
    "You are all that I love.
    All Iím dreaming of."

    Bare your teeth, bare your soul.
    Do not forget I made you, whole.
    All you ask me for,
    Every good thing I have is yours.

    Fire. Famine. Failure. Flood.
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    There is nothing life can do to cause me to care less for you.
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    Donít you see? Its alive in me.
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    Youíll find me in.
    Donít you see? Its alive in me.
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    Not normally a doom fan, but this is some quality grit and grime:


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    Quote Originally Posted by StarHalo View Post
    Not normally a doom fan, but this is some quality grit and grime:

    Check out this doom band they been around even before metalica https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bO_pHzDiS0c
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    Instant pop classic out of nowhere via Columbia:


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    Default "Candle Power" by Steve Vai

    World famous guitarist, and one of my all-time favorites, Steve Vai put out this track yesterday on his 60th birthday. Really nice tune that I think many will like, and features some new techniques Steve's been working on. I like to think it signifies the always learning, experimental aspect of CPF.

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    That must be some custom one-off Ibanez, it has a handle like a JEM but no other JEM features whatsoever, very confusing. I wonder what all this bending sounds like with effects..

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    Even watching him play.... so beautiful! Steve Vai and Joe Satriani are incredible guitarists and if anyone hasn't listened to at least one album from them, holy moly are you missing out!!!!

    Nobody thinks the best guitarists ever are still playing, but here they are!!!
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    I usually only listen to music when I'm cruising around in the Slingshot. Doing housework, I listen to audiobooks. Working in my office, I just have TV on some news channel for background noise.

    But today... five minutes of the news channel and I wanted to kick a puppy. So I searched the channels on my TV and found the music channels. And landed on "Jukebox Oldies". Seriously... I am enjoying the hell out of it!! Even went and downloaded a few of the songs to my phone playlist... for future Slingshot cruising...

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    We used to almost always have some news on the radio or the TV for background. I'm like you, Greta - I can't take 5 minutes of news anymore without feeling my blood pressure spike! I'm 62 and have lately found a new appreciation for the early (and later, too) Beatles tunes. I have Bose Soundlinks all over the house and love to stream Sirius/XM channel 18, the Beatles Channel. When you think about all the techno that used in producing music today, you have a renewed appreciation for the decidedly old school of their production and their ability to make music with just their talent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by run4jc View Post
    We used to almost always have some news on the radio or the TV for background. I'm like you, Greta - I can't take 5 minutes of news anymore without feeling my blood pressure spike! I'm 62 and have lately found a new appreciation for the early (and later, too) Beatles tunes. I have Bose Soundlinks all over the house and love to stream Sirius/XM channel 18, the Beatles Channel. When you think about all the techno that used in producing music today, you have a renewed appreciation for the decidedly old school of their production and their ability to make music with just their talent.
    +1. A band that stopped playing 50 years ago but continues to gather next generation fans is impressive.


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    Alot of Chillstep lately, Rameses B, Mr Filiwiji, Direct, Blackmill.

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    Star, another trick like that and you're out of here.

    After more than twelve years here you already know the limits placed on political trolling. As an active member of the Underground you know fully the right place for that rhetoric.

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    Been steady rocking out to Sturgill Simpsonís Sound & Fury. Itís different from previous albums, but all his albums are different from another. But it combines a lot of great musical styles well. Is also paired with a short film of the same name on the Netflix if one was interested. It is a violent dystopian anime piece but superbly done with the album.

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