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 No.8952[Reply]

There is no war but class war,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U8iAntSarCU

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 No.8986[Reply]

I liked it.


 No.8956[Reply]

I want some other lefty perspectives on this song.

From my personal interpretation I think the song is trying to criticize leaders who use Marxism as a front while they run there nation in a capitalist manner just as exploitative as nations like the U.S. (I think this is extra evident by the music video) as well as just greed within positions of power in general. The fact it's written and performed by a Belarussian band adds to that as well.

Curious about what others think about it (and if anyone else thinks it's a banger like me).

 No.8957

this thread finna be lit lol first for anti-sectarian gang



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 No.8947[Reply]

any Mahler enjoyers 'round these parts? I'm pretty partial to the 2nd, 6th, and 9th. Also I like the boulez recordings, fight me


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 No.8350[Reply]

What is a lydian mode? What is a key? I keep trying to figure this stuff out through Wikipedia but its weird use of language and ordering of information is extremely unhelpful. Is there an intuitive way to learn all this stuff?
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 No.8611

This channel has some videos on it
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMvVESrbjBWplAcg3pG0TesncGT7qvO06
They have a bunch of videos analyzing classic pop songs with music theory
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMvVESrbjBWqiFknEG7ZeTk69soXSvU2J

 No.8870

>>8350
> Is there an intuitive way to learn all this stuff?
Be born with perfect pitch

 No.8873

Just use tabs bro

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 No.8939

>>8567
the problem with pedagogy is it doesn't matter how you structure a book because concepts often have mutual prerequisites and basically need to be taught simultaneously.



 No.4877[Reply]

How are Brits so good at pretending to be Americans?

>This our new single, it did very well, thank'yah, they know it!, in America, and we hope it does as well over here.


It's jarring here the difference between their speaking and singing voice.

 No.8004

Electric Light Orchestra playing Srange Magic live in 1976, anon you read my mind.


As for Brits sounding American, Ive noticed this as well.
Not only that, they ca sound like theyre black bluesmen from the South.

Brits have no genuine contemporary culture of their own. Everything is ripped from their former colonies.
Their best cuisine is Indian or Caribbean.
Soccer teams are filled with African or Middle Eastern immigrants.

Music is white Ameeican rock n roll.

 No.8015

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>>8004
>Brits have no genuine contemporary culture of their own.
I've thought about this a lot, and I think it;s because any new idea which arises from ordinary people immediately gets consumed and replicated for a global audience by capital. The problem then is that it gets codified and canonised, which means changes aren't allowed, as it will stop being x and become something else.
Grime is one genre of music which is pretty exclusively British, although the process I explained above is beginning to happen to it now as it becomes mainstream.
One problem with looking for the "authentic culture" of a particular place is that what you end up finding are examples, but what you're looking for is an essence. No matter how many examples you find, you'll end up thinking "is this all x culture boils down to?"
Also, let's not pretend that Americans are any better.

 No.8016

>>8015
>Also, let's not pretend that Americans are any better.


Well duh , where do you think lil Yankeeland got that from?
Old mother England.

As for the rest of your post, idk what youre trying to say. But I do know that alot of contemporary British culture is borrowed from other nations.

The high class culture of England relies of French art magazines, classical music made by Austrians, Prussians, or Russians.

English white ethnicity itself is made up of Germanic ancestry. Or Celtic.

 No.8367

>>8004
>As for Brits sounding American, Ive noticed this as well.
Not only that, they ca sound like theyre black bluesmen from the South.

I've always thought of this when listening to The Animals. What causes this phenomenon?

 No.8933

>>8367
they probably practiced.
also remember, alot of old stock white america were scottish, irish, and english.

their dialects and accents have inlfluence



 No.8754[Reply]

dunno how we allowed the kpop stans to get so self-involved in deciding the moral efficacy of anything on the same accounts where they argue which of their favorite sex trafficked teenagers has the best eating disorder
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 No.8864

i don't know what the fuck are you talking about, but it's true that k-pop is a vehicle for teenage girls to get into anorexia, as a lifestyle decision.

 No.8906

>>8864
what?

Anorexia from lisyening to boy bands?

Those girls already had insecurities.
Also:

>>8754
>sex trafficked teens.
those K pop stars arent necessarily sex trafficked. Exploited? yes. But they signed up for it.

 No.8927

>>8906
>Anorexia from lisyening to boy bands?
music so bad it gives you bulimia

 No.8928

>>8927
that woukd be punk

 No.8929

>>8906
South Korean music industry grooms children into becoming stars.



 No.7635[Reply]

Any "classic rock", hard rock, and glam, etc. Any rock or rock adjacent genre music released from 1958-1990.
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 No.7821

foreigner -Rev on the Red Line

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 No.7929

all along the watchtower (hendrix version) cover

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 No.8904

Burnin' for You
BLUE OYSTER CULT



 No.7792[Reply]

Post modern Indie rock / indie pop / dream pop
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 No.7837

>>7829
classic

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 No.8103

Deep Sea Diver - Wishing (Official Video)

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 No.6789[Reply]

songs about motorcycles
120 mph rock'n'roll
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 No.7619

>>6805
The dangers of riding fast are very real but you can still do some low-speed summer cruising on one of those Indian-made Enfields (rented one during my trip and had a fairly good time without ever exceeding 45MPH). IIRC, They only cost $5K new stateside

Poasting Dick Destiny

 No.7620

and poasting motorcycle glam

 No.7999

booooomp

 No.8866

some chill motorcycle J-Rock

 No.8874

Richard Thompson – 1952 Vincent Black Lightning



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