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    I reckon this is my favorite Mobb track:


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    Luke hated this album, and I get why, but this is a fantastic and ridiculous track:


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    Quote Originally Posted by craner View Post
    I listen to Exile on Main Street all the time. Also late 80s/early 90s LA rock. I also love Dogs D'amour. Thin Lizzy. Aerosmith circa 'Draw the Line'. I enjoy that stuff, much more than grunge.
    hey, i grew up outside of boston and saw aerosmith a half-dozen times around "get your wings"/"toys in the attic"/"rocks", they were hometown heroes! and thin lizzy was the first band i ever saw live, opening for queen!

    sadly, i later did enjoy some grunge as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo View Post
    does anyone listen to rock'n roll anymore? just curious, and not making a judgment. i mean, i do only very rarely, and even then it's usually not new stuff.
    Not new stuff:



    The chorus splits the difference between Black Sabbath and Nirvana (speaking of grunge). Craner will shake his head in disgust and mutter under his breath about beer drinkers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo View Post
    does anyone listen to rock'n roll anymore? just curious, and not making a judgment. i mean, i do only very rarely, and even then it's usually not new stuff. maybe it's just a reflection of this particular board, where the majority of conversation and "choons" tend to be hip hop, rap or nuum-related.
    Never have never will

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    First Corpsey says guitar solos are superfluous, now this. Rock music is white boy salvation, it always has been and always will be. To say otherwise is heresy.


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    Get some tunes from this millenia tho folks. The geetar might be dead, but death is not the end and all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post
    Rock music is white boy salvation, it always has been and always will be. To say otherwise is heresy.
    And yet:



    Literal black metal!
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    If guitars are dead, then these guys are dead and fucking loving it.

    Great Youtube comment: "i heard the drummer was let out for the day to record this"



    That is not dead which can eternal lie
    And with strange aeons, even death may die
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo View Post
    does anyone listen to rock'n roll anymore? just curious, and not making a judgment. i mean, i do only very rarely, and even then it's usually not new stuff. maybe it's just a reflection of this particular board, where the majority of conversation and "choons" tend to be hip hop, rap or nuum-related.
    I would if there was more interesting stuff out there, or maybe I am not digging enough (though very little time for that anyways). I buy this (German) bi monthly music mag which comes out with a free CD and there's quite some rock on those, but hardly catches my ear really.

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    btw, apologies for derailing this "choons" thread, probably should have started a separate one but the question popped into my mind while scanning the daily contributions to this one.

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    After a candlelit dinner at a zizis in cardiff:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Leo View Post
    does anyone listen to rock'n roll anymore? just curious, and not making a judgment. i mean, i do only very rarely, and even then it's usually not new stuff. maybe it's just a reflection of this particular board, where the majority of conversation and "choons" tend to be hip hop, rap or nuum-related.
    I listen to doom metal interspersed with all the other stuff. There's so much of it that it doesn't matter if it's just been released or whatever. I like some modern psychedelic rock as well.


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