Sepultura - Beneath the Remains
I don't really have a favorite genre that I listen to. In my car, I usually listen to bluegrass, but if you look on my iPod, you can find Kanye West, Mastodon, Roy Orbison, Girl Talk, Shellac, Dead Boys, Dashboard Confessional, BLK JKS, Pixies, Metallica, American Analog Set, Manu Chao, Liars, Wu-Tang Clan, Babatunde Olatunji, Bob Dylan, Tenacious D, Melvins, Nerf Herder, Built to Spill, and a bunch of other stuff that spans across nearly every genre there is. It's just really hard to put a label on my music taste other than 'good'.
Last edited by camisadelgolf; 12-12-2009 at 01:46 PM.
how did you get into Sepultura? i got into them from my older brother and his friends listening to "Roots Bloody Roots" incessently during a the summer of 98.
Last edited by Ravenlord; 12-13-2009 at 03:24 PM.
Buddy of mine recommended them some time back, gave them a quick listen and really wasn't a huge fan at first. Now after listening to them for a while I'd say their top albums are arguably the best in the genre. Favorite song right now is "Inner Self", love that intro.
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I recently discovered The White Stripes are very, very good 5 years ago.
"....the two players I liked watching the most were Barry Larkin and Eric Davis. I was suitably entertained by their effortless skill that I didn't need them crashing into walls like a squirrel on a coke binge." - dsmith421
i think this might be one of the happiest and most mournful songs i've ever heard, and i have no idea what the lyrics are in English.
Ólavur Riddararós "Olav Knighthorse"
Arcade Fire - Funeral. I have to thank the Dan Patrick show for reminding me of this album. On his program they all sing along to Wake Up towards the end of Friday shows, it's actually kind of amusing.
"I know a lot about the law and various other lawyerings."
Situational Hitting is Stupid
I can't get enough Band of Horses. Cease to Begin and Everything All the Time (two fantastic album titles) may be two of my favorite albums of the aughts.
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Maybe my favorite acoustic performance ever.
Eddie Vedder's cover of "My City of Ruin" from the Kennedy Center Honors is amazing. Currently available as an iTunes download, with proceeds going to the children of Haiti.