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 No.3451[Reply]

is it me or Russian Lullabies are the most creepiest shit in existence

And if you want to see you more disturbing version of this here is a link https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ji4byKhFGtY&t=18s

 No.3463

All nursery rhymes and lullabies are creepy when pitch shifted / slow down; it's one of the oldest tricks in the book for schlocky horror media lol



 No.2975[Reply]

Post your favorite Folk-Punk
I'll start
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 No.3113

>>3099
isnt that crust punk?

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 No.3213

RIP

 No.3442

>>2975
*ahem* Pat the Bunny is fucking based



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 No.114[Reply]

Post Disco bros
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 No.3435

>>3433
Amazing, music industry slaves wrote songs for top 40 radio stations, you're only proving my point dawg

 No.3436

>>3434
>not really, it was mostly popular in the black community
You're just dumb white kid generalizing about what Black people think of Disco. The Disco sucks Psy-Op was started by Right-wing country music DJs.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disco_Demolition_Night


>>3435
>Amazing, music industry slaves wrote songs for top 40 radio stations, you're only proving my point dawg
Damn and those funk artists were signed to the same labels and played on the same shows and played on the same radio stations.

READ A GODDAMN BOOK YOUNG WHITE MAN

 No.3437

>>3436
>You're just dumb white kid generalizing about what Black people think of Disco.
Where did I do this, you retarded straw man spewing edm-sample-listener?
>The Disco sucks Psy-Op was started by Right-wing country music DJs.
disco always sucked, and even funk fans got in on the disco bashing. It's a shame it turned into a racist homophobic movement, probably pushed on by the aids hysteria.
>Damn and those funk artists were signed to the same labels and played on the same shows and played on the same radio stations.
<le motown is hecking based
>READ A GODDAMN BOOK YOUNG WHITE MAN
damn, how'd you know I was a young white man? you must like, really love disco lol

 No.3438

>>3437
>Artist development was a major part of Motown's operations instituted by Berry Gordy. The acts on the Motown label were fastidiously groomed, dressed and choreographed for live performances. Motown artists were advised that their breakthrough into the white popular music market made them ambassadors for other African-American artists seeking broad market acceptance, and that they should think, act, walk and talk like royalty, so as to alter the less-than-dignified image commonly held of black musicians by white Americans in that era
fucking kek
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motown

 No.3439

>>3438
>At the request of Motown that he produce songs in the disco genre, Marvin Gaye released "Got to Give It Up" in 1978, despite his dislike of disco. He vowed not to record any songs in the genre, and actually wrote the song as a parody.
double kek



 No.2724[Reply]

>inb4 Molshit Doma or DeathMetal#2546
I'm talking about real intensely raw, on the verge songs that makes you feel like picrel

Trying to attain a feel here more than a genre but you get the idea
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 No.3425

>>2724

Don't try to impose yr specific will over us.



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 No.979[Reply]

This thread is dedicated to the people on this site who play instruments for fun or dollars. Talk about your setup, songs you like playing, techniques, performance. Today I'm with my Fender Player Precision tryna figure out some Geddy Lee bass lines.
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 No.993

>>12721

Woops wrong link, like this dude: https://youtu.be/VTSgGCgpeN0

 No.994

>>12627
i also want to learn how to sing good, but my main problem is singing out of tune and i need help on that

 No.3186

>>987
>I dont want to do dumb lip trills that dont teach you shit.
Singers go brrrrr…

 No.3370

Have a crack at this anons
<hA-ah-ah-ah-ah
It'll make you feel great. Especially you VolCels, it'll make you feel like a monk singing to the angels.

 No.3424

God damn, I've been hanging out in siberia, didn't even notice this board.

My setup is weird now. I got a resonator back in 2013, and played it straight for the longest time. Then later I attached a decent piezo and started running it through a delay pedal with slight distortion so I could play with a rock drummer without being too quiet. I really love the sound, but I don't really play out right now - I was really depressed before the last couple years, but 2020 destroyed the band we built… and I hadn't been playing out for years before that. It seems like this happens any time I get a group together and start booking shows, if it's not one thing it's another.

We were always mostly originals, and the cover songs I throw into sets are usually either niche or unusual versions of popular songs.

Attached is a clip from a bar set in 2019 we played as a duo. We're covering James Brown's "It's a Man's Man's Man's Man's World."

>>992


Hi, over a year late, but I can help you if you're still here.



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 No.3400[Reply]

WE'RE ALL LIVING IN AMERICA
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 No.3404

Love this song.

 No.3405

Obligatory Sabbath post

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>>3403
*had

 No.3416

>>3400
WUNDER BA

what was that contorversy with rammestien



 No.3387[Reply]

Post Stevie Wonder.


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 No.3382[Reply]

>Arise, you mighty motherland,
>Arise for Sacred War
>To crush the evil fascist hordes,
>Unite and drive them

>Let noble wrath

>Boil over like a wave!
>This is the people's war,
>a Sacred war!

>Let's crush the mad oppressors

>And save our mighty land,
>From rapists, thieves, and plunderers,
>These slaughterers of people!

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 No.3264[Reply]

This still is so fucking funny to me, The way he's looking and talking

I know it's gotta be from some 90's music video

 No.3334

tell me you fucks i need to know

 No.3335

KEEP ROLLIN ROLLIN ROLLIN ROLLIN

 No.3377

>>3335
I couldn't find this shot in any of the way limp bizkit videos



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 No.3167[Reply]

The essence of Boomer rock is simple in it's content. Catchy riffs, guitar solos, screaming singers, and long hair. It was the ruling ideology that considered them a danger to the youth, and opened the door for more edgy and arguably harmful music in the future, not the bands themselves. The satanic imagery was just for record sales, and not intended to do anything but make more money. It was the ruling class' puritanism that blew the doors open for future harmful musical acts like NWA and 2 Live Crew. The ruling class showed them that having an explicit Parental Advisory warning on the album was good for business.

Prior to the British invasion, the main rock bands of the time involved a single frontman, e.g. Elvis, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, etc, while the rest of the band were just background members providing accompaniment.
However, when the Beatles started becoming popular, they showed the English speaking world that being a rock band didn't just mean getting underpaid and underexposed, all 4 of the Beatles were getting popularity.
Every Beatle had a cult of teenage girls wishing to have babies with them, every Beatle could be recognized in public and start a mini riot just by virtue of being in a popular rock band.

Clearly, this was highly influential on the future of rock music. Every musician that grew up in this era of the late 50s and early 60s saw this as an opportunity. Even if they didn't like the lovey dovey music the boy band was making, they saw the material gains and influence of the format. Other English bands started imitating the format, and developing their own style.

Bands like Led Zeppelin, The Who, Deep Purple, The Rolling Stones, Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac, all copied the format of the Beatles, but developed their own tone. Drums, bass, lead guitar (and solos), and finally lyrics. Every member had a purpose, every member had an instrument. As technology progressed, they started adding on-the-fly distortions, through guitar pedals.

A major theme of Boomer rock is the lyrical content. Bands leaned heavily into sex, drugs, and living fast. This can be seen as a reaction to the Vietnam war, as a reaction to the ruling ideology of old white puritan politicians and their incessant need to remind everyone younger how good they have it compared to their youth. It is ironic that these same boomers are now in power, and are almost indistinguishable from their predecessors.
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 No.3187

Let us not foget the emerging punk movement from the 70s and 80s

 No.3192

this is the gayest shit i've ever read

 No.3203

>>3167
how do late 70s bands fit into this? This describes the earlier half of the boomer generation, but what about the late 70s/early 80s boomers, the "generation jones" type people? Prog rock like Rush, Yes, etc., Punk Rock, black flag, the clash, and middle/popish rock like Foreigner?

 No.3372

do you rock out with your cock out?



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