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 No.2893

Avain - What Goes Around Comes Around 2001

Syster's ex-boyfriend, Mikko from Hertsika
Vallila trade school became a car mechanic
Learn how to paint, dope car paintings
Pictures of painted cars remind me now
Mother always talks to the syster Mikos always shit
We hacked it Nintendo's 8-bit
He showed what graffiti art is
I was a small toy, my mind only on subway tracks
Aza and Kaide, we were wack writers
Mikko say you will be become tighter wraitters
It was sad car job wasn't working
With syster it was over and he started smoking the bong
Gambled money, Myllypuros shopping (free homeless food)
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https://youtube.com/watch?v=UW_xEqCWrm0
>[Intro]
Extremely poor. The medical facilities are poor. We operate a predatory, neocolonial capitalist system, which is founded on fraud and exploitation, and therefore, you are bound to have corruption. Many criminal cases are settled in police stations

>[Verse 1]

Eh eh eh eh eh eh eh eh e-ewo
Eh eh eh eh eh eh eh eh e-ewo
Eh eh eh eh eh eh eh eh e-ewo

>[Chorus]

This is Nigeria
Look how I'm living now
Look how I'm living now
Everybody be criminal
This is Nigeria
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 No.3039

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 No.1062[Reply]

As an avid listener of metal, something that frustrates me is the prevalence of chuds and reactionaries in metal (especially black metal). The visibility of guys like Varg and Famine of Peste Noire infamy has colored the public perception of extreme metal as being the domain of edgelord fascists. What are some metal groups that could be said to be socialist, anarchist, or leftist in some manner?

To start things off, I'd highly recommend the Panopticon album "Kentucky," which is a BM album about the state's history with labor organizing among coal miners, as well as the coal industry's destruction of the state's natural beauty. It's not a perfect album by any means but the way it mixes BM with bluegrass is cool, plus it has an incredibly redpilled message.

https://youtu.be/gSObRNcPAv8
https://youtu.be/2zwxEKmoVD4
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I don't know if this counts as red metal but this Heavy Lord Album has a picture of Lenin on it.anarchismAnarchism

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>>1062
>The visibility of guys like Varg and Famine of Peste Noire infamy has colored the public perception of extreme metal as being the domain of edgelord fascists
Post the basis for this or fuck off. I see and have seen the view you're describing exactly fucking nowhere and doubt it to be the mainstream view of BM or extreme metal in any capacity. You see neo-nazis and liberal degenerates claiming anything as neo-nazi and this is your conclusion? Neo-nazis have claimed vaporwave, punk rock, martial industrial, neofolk among other music for themselves before. They claim any and all culture as theirs, such as vidya and anime. It's what they do and it's nothing to cuck out about.

>What are some metal groups that could be said to be socialist, anarchist, or leftist in some manner?

Black metal: Iskra, Sankara and Punaterrori are explicitly communist. 1914, Kanonenfieber, Minenwerfer and Ancst are anti-war, with Ancst being anti-capitalist if Metallum is anything to go by.

Industrial et al: probably the easiest to find leftist acts in. Militia and March of Heroes are anarchist and ML martial industrial bands respectively. Test Dept is probably most explicit in its leftism, but Die Krupps and Combichrist can probably be called such as well more often than not. Rammstein has been open about leaning to the left with Links 2 3 4.

>>1072
Hey limpdick, your fake narrative is not impressive. Choke yourself.

 No.2709

Mauzer does good stuff

 No.2833

I get some anti capitalist vibes from Aether Realm - Tarot. Mostly 'The Tower', but I've listened to 'The Chariot' in those particularly alienating days.

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 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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>>2734
>hunter

Just killed myself thanks

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>>3032

YYÖÖÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ HÄHÄÄ

Greed is a prerequisite for the state, the state of capitalism

Blindness and narrow-mindedness as a condition of the cross

Ignorance and tendency to bow to authority
to increase and maintain the slave mentality

We forgive fraud and lies
Patience soon turns to shackles

What is the punishment and price of our standard of living?
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 No.1355[Reply]

I recently discovered that i like techno music but between all the different genres im kinda lost rn
So post your favorite techno music and tell me which genre it is (maybe a short definition of the genre if you would be so kind)
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>>2994
This is something American festival goers would've loved getting drunk to in the early 2010s.

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>>3003
Except I heard it, plus this one, in 2021 at a rave.
Everyone was loving it.

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>>3004
Good documentary
I now have a word to describe this ear splitting cancer, brostep

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>>3008
This isn't so bad; you must be going to some pretty lame raves, though.
>>3010
>brostep
It was a common phrase like a decade ago. Much of that culture has moved on to tech house I think.



 No.2800[Reply]

Post songs that make you cry (any genre).
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>>2919
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ky9Ro9pP2gc


Reminds of this song. Also, related to thread especially since the lyrics of the song are incredibly existential by reminding you that not only does everyone die including you but that the society which you are in has not and will not exist forever as human societies have risen and fallen for thousands of years.
The song does by going over the history of the land which is currently inhabited by New York City beginning around the time it was inhabited by the Lenape Indians which is referenced in the tile to the future after the city stops existing.
It's incredibly bitter sweet to think about as such changes are eventual and can be for good as well as bad. The song also also reminds you of how small humanity and its societies are in the grand scheme of the world.

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>>2996
Corrected embed

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>>2997
Dammnit

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 No.2987[Reply]

wtf she makes music too?
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>>2987
>my opinions on politics are difficult to describe because the political systems that inspire me the most have not yet been implemented
disgusting idealist.
<influenced by something that doesn't exist
>radical decentralized ubi that I think could potentially be achieved thru crypto and gaming
>ubi… crypto and gaming
ah yes, we'll just take all the surplus gamers produce and put it into UBI! of course! Grimes is a genius.

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>>2987
Bet she can't name one idea in the book.

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>>3000
Is she just trolling?

 No.3015

She has actually couple of good pieces.

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>>3002
Its couple of pages pamphlet for the masses.



 No.2958[Reply]

Nothing has ever touched my soul more than Pendulum's first album ever has. Especially Hold Your Colour. No matter how many times I listen to it, it makes me feel like I matter and like life is worth fighting for. It only affects me more when I've done psychedelics. This song is me tbh
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 No.2960

literally everything they've ever produced is S tier including HYC, though I have to admit In Silico is their magnum opus

 No.2961

Nice song.

 No.2963

>>2958
its pretty good. Lots of memories of walking to class in the snow while listening to this.

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>>2958
Pendulum ruined drum and bass

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>>2958
Why is your version slowed down, OP?



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Post Disco bros
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>>1221
shit wrong vidleft_communismLeft Communism

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Someone sauce me the music from mp4 related

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>>2981
Sounds like every 80s song that uses a Casio arpeggio

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I WAS BORN IN A DUBLIN STREET
WHERE THE LOYAL DRUMS DID BEAT

https://youtu.be/hbrPcMhV7DA

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 No.2283[Reply]

I bought a new Kramer Baretta Special for 180 bucks to try to get back into guitar playing. It's been fun, but I'm running out of songs I want to learn. I like to be spontaneous by just picking up random songs that I might not have listened to on my own. Tell which song to learn please, it's your pick. I'm advanced enough I play pop,metal, rock, some jazz, but please don't say Polyphia or something that's going to blister the fuck outta me fingers.

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CCR - Effigy

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>>2307
Thank you anon. That looks easy enough for where my fingers are at right now. The chord progression almost reminds of Hey Joe a little bit. C to E with the 7th thrown in.

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>>2322
No problem. My mental music library is huge. I wish I could play better. I guess Iike writing and listening to music more than playing.

Here's another guitar classic.

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