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I'm still keepin it gangsta.

 

In fact I got a interesting lil play list for all you who got no rythymn you can check it out on myspace

 

Bentley Myspace

 

Sorry Erlin I don't keep anything you would be interested in like New Kids on the Block or Backstreet Boys

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Right now? Initial D Battle Stage OST

Lately? a lot of New Pornographers

 

I just DL'd like 25 previously unreleased Wu-Tang tracks. /gang-signs

 

 

 

 

On a side note, anyone of the Atlantans like Electric Six? there's a concert on the 21st at the Earl I'll be going to. Anyone interested?

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I'm still keepin it gangsta.

 

Haha, I was addicted to that song like 3 years ago.. when I enjoyed rap. Going to have to go through my old files and make me a new CD for my car. GG Bentley.

 

=P

 

 

 

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my avatar should tell you everything you need to know about what I'm listening to :D

 

currently I'm listening to Assemblage 23, VnV Nation, Skinny Puppy & other odd mixes of industrial, synthpop...whatever you want to call it...groups

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Been listening to a lot of Decapitated.

 

I generally listen to death metal, industrial, prog and jazz. And occasionally classical.

And I have a vehement hatred for rap and country. I prefer music that requires talent.

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I actually listen to jazz now.

 

Duke Ellington - Take The A Train

Charles Mingus - Moanin'

Marcus Miller - Funky Chicken

Wynton Marsalis - Joe Cool's Blues (Snoopy's Return)

 

I still listen to metal though.

 

Thrice - Eleanor Rigby

Dark Tranquility - The Mundane and the Magic

Insomnium - Mortal Share

Insomnium - The Gale

 

And emo music.

 

Just Surrender - You Tell A Tale

Just Surrender - I Can Barely Breathe

Escape The Fate - Chariot of Fire

Escape The Fate - There's No Sympathy for the Dead

AFI - Miss Murder

AFI - Love Like Winter

AFI - Death of Seasons

AFI - Girl's Not Grey

 

And... I'm not going to list anymore. I listen to mostly jazz now.

 

 

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Been listening to a lot of Decapitated.

 

I generally listen to death metal, industrial, prog and jazz. And occasionally classical.

And I have a vehement hatred for rap and country. I prefer music that requires talent.

 

WIN

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Been listening to a lot of Decapitated.

 

I generally listen to death metal, industrial, prog and jazz. And occasionally classical.

And I have a vehement hatred for rap and country. I prefer music that requires talent.

 

 

death metal? Yea, static and screaming just exemplifies talent...lawl

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Currently:

 

Bright Eyes- Noise Floor

Elliott Smith- New Moon

Jesus and Mary Chain- Psychocandy

Joy Division- Closer

PJ Harvey- White Chalk

Radiohead- In Rainbows

Ryan Adams-

The Smiths- The Queen is Dead

 

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death metal? Yea, static and screaming just exemplifies talent...lawl

 

Statements like this only exemplify the ignorance that surrounds the public perception of death metal.

 

Listen to this and name a single rap or country act with this much talent:

Necrophagist

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Statements like this only exemplify the ignorance that surrounds the public perception of death metal.

 

Listen to this and name a single rap or country act with this much talent:

Necrophagist

 

Country is for people that couldn't scream or sing with a steady tone, so they sing with cracking voices.

 

Rap is for the same people, but they have to sing really fast because they know they're going to jail soon.

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Statements like this only exemplify the ignorance that surrounds the public perception of death metal.

 

Listen to this and name a single rap or country act with this much talent:

Necrophagist

 

 

hv i love you. \m/

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Right now? Initial D Battle Stage OST

Lately? a lot of New Pornographers

 

I just DL'd like 25 previously unreleased Wu-Tang tracks. /gang-signs

On a side note, anyone of the Atlantans like Electric Six? there's a concert on the 21st at the Earl I'll be going to. Anyone interested?

 

Electric Six is FTW. Seen them live. They're amazing.

 

Although I do miss Rock and Roll Indian.

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Rap is for the same people, but they have to sing really fast because they know they're going to jail soon.

i lol'd

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Statements like this only exemplify the ignorance that surrounds the public perception of death metal.

 

Listen to this and name a single rap or country act with this much talent:

Necrophagist

 

 

*shrug* The guitar sounds good, but the growled out lyrics are just weird to me. You're comparing apples to orange. Death Metal, I assume, is about the instruments, while country is all about the lyrics. You see your version of talent, I see mine.

 

 

 

Thinking country musicians can't sing or all have shaky voices is an example of the ignorance people have towards country music. Some can't, and they're inevitabley less popular, with a few exceptions (Hank Williams Jr. for an example....not a great singing voice, but has lyrics people like, so he remains popular in spite of the fact. Personally I dislike him).

Others, like Garth Brooks, have some of the largest fan bases of any musician(s) in history, ever. You need talent for that.

 

I'm not a fan of rap. However, there are some quality rap songs that get less playtime because they don't have the right 'image', so all you hear on the radio are the stereotypical ones.

 

Agree to disagree.

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The problem with your argument is that the majority of major country singers do not write their own songs. They do not write the lyrics. How can lyrics have meaning when somebody else wrote them?

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Songs are relational though. The meaning of the song is still there even though someone else is singing the lyrics, and they relate to the individual listening to the lyrics.

 

An example that comes to my mind is a cover of a song. If you never heard the original and only the cover (of lets say some really amazing lyrical masterpiece) then I would guess, if the cover band is good, the song itself didn't lose meaning.

 

I think this whole death metal vs. country is slowly falling into taste category though

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well personally i like to judge my music by its cover. if the cover has something on it thats gonna kick my ass, then its good. i shall give an example:

 

garth brooks

http://www.dance-lyrics.com/ama/scarecrow_b00005qb7m.jpg

pensive. solitary. garth brooks has just wrangled some cattle. he removes his gloves which from the looks of it are not blood stained, which means he did not wrangle them by hand. lame.

 

 

dimmu borgir

http://www.nuclearblastusa.com/nb/images/album/535/medium/DimmuBorgirInSorteDiaboli300.jpg

HOLYSHITITSTHEBAPHOMETENOUGHSAID.

 

anyway thats just my two cents [which i recently handed over to tom]

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