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    That's a shame, I was hoping there'd be something good and new around, rather than trawling through the 80s and 90s again as per usual...
    i'd rather this thread didn't descend into 'all music made after 2002 is shit' if we can fellas. cheers.
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    Default Huncho Jack- Black & Chinese



    Mongol hoards imminent. Charging. You’re flustered and panicked with every step of their rapid encroachment. Raiders.

    Music that makes you desperate for fortification. The Great Wall of China.

    Asiatic insurgency. Asiametric warfare.. Mao Zedong ‘On Guerilla Warfare’. Viet Cong “out the trees”, “moving in and out the boarder”. Cambodia.

    Travis Scott’s opening hurling gurgles. Narcosis. Opium wars.

    His ad-libs, music made by a generation reared on Pokemon.
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    Ban on any music pre 2010

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    honest question what is appealing about Travis Scott, to you barts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WebEschatology View Post
    honest question what is appealing about Travis Scott, to you barts?
    i don't like him for the most part. i even once said he was the meatloaf of the 2010's. he has prog rock sensibilities with some of the instrumentals.
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    Hes more like Def Leppard to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post


    Mongol hoards imminent. Charging. You’re flustered and panicked with every step of their rapid encroachment. Raiders.

    Music that makes you desperate for fortification. The Great Wall of China.

    Asiatic insurgency. Asiametric warfare.. Mao Zedong ‘On Guerilla Warfare’. Viet Cong “out the trees”, “moving in and out the boarder”. Cambodia.

    Travis Scott’s opening hurling gurgles. Narcosis. Opium wars.

    His ad-libs, music made by a generation reared on Pokemon.

    the bitter revenge of trance.
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    How does it remind you of trance third? I liked it although I would have just assumed it was migos all sounds the same to me. Also I find them all bratty which is a turn off. They don't sound like they punch people in the face. The brattiness is where I sympathise with third saying it's all emo pop punk influenced. That specific grotesque American teen personality "I want my Cheetos fuck you mom" all that carry on.

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    Anyway let's carry on with this. I enjoyed that one. Keep them coming.

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    It just occurred to me that I'm crediting that insight to third when actually I think it was webs eschatology who first made the comparison. Sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post
    i don't like him for the most part. i even once said he was the meatloaf of the 2010's. he has prog rock sensibilities with some of the instrumentals.
    The main Travis thing I listen to is a fifteen second stretch from 3500 which sounds like a Maniac instrumental.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    Anyway let's carry on with this. I enjoyed that one. Keep them coming.
    1) we've had a lot of me recently with the sex thread, so i'll wait for a bit

    2) i'm not that keen on this music right now for some reason. i come and go with it. i'll do it when i fall back in love with it again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    How does it remind you of trance third? I liked it although I would have just assumed it was migos all sounds the same to me. Also I find them all bratty which is a turn off. They don't sound like they punch people in the face. The brattiness is where I sympathise with third saying it's all emo pop punk influenced. That specific grotesque American teen personality "I want my Cheetos fuck you mom" all that carry on.
    this is what i said about auto-tune on the tommy lee thread. it works best with whiney, nasal voices. thus the death of the rapper/dancehall artst as the masculine ideal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    The brattiness is where I sympathise with third saying it's all emo pop punk influenced. That specific grotesque American teen personality "I want my Cheetos fuck you mom" all that carry on.
    i hate the "black and chinese, hands on your knees" bit in that song for this very reason.
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