OneThrashMind

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  • theannmarie

    Fuck yeah! Rock on dude, rock on!

    30 Mar 18h50 Responder
  • kyusslover

    Awesome taste man. Ennio Morricone? BRILLIANT

    14 Mar 2012 Responder
  • smoker_

    Hello there! I saw that you're a member of the "Thrash Metal"-group here on Last.fm. Perhaps you would like this: http://soundcloud.com/lektorthrash Official site http://lektor.ucoz.ua/ Wait for Your reviews here http://www.lastfm.ru/music/%D0%9B%D0%B5%D0%BA%D1%82%D0%BE%D1%80

    21 Fev 2012 Responder
  • hookbags

    You asked about live King Crimson well live At the Beat Club Bremen 1972 is very good as it has Jamie Muir on percussion, also USA and Thrakkattak are my favourites of their live albums.

    17 Out 2011 Responder
  • kmiet14

    Starczy mi komputerowa wersja. Wielkie dzięki ; )

    16 Out 2011 Responder
  • kmiet14

    Gdzie zdobyłeś Rotor'a?

    16 Out 2011 Responder
  • kmiet14

    Zacny gust

    16 Out 2011 Responder
  • xdreamx19

    haha thanks :) Red Octopus really rocks. imho stoner as genre is dead because of countless bands that coping each other that has same distinct sound so only good way to make it interesting and new is to add elements from other styles and break typical structure for improv. as you could see there were a lot of really good stoner bands in this year with long songs length(and I don't mean bands from doom territory) - that's a good sign

    15 Out 2011 Responder
  • xdreamx19

    more mellow opiate guitar http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htZEyloRREg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Dmb9wP9H5E

    13 Out 2011 Responder
  • xdreamx19

    sure, seems it became your favorite band recently. I talked to guitar player Brian Ellis and he's a part of San Diego jam scene(Earthless, Red Octopus) with hiss own improv band Brian Elis Group

    13 Out 2011 Responder
  • xdreamx19

    glad to help :) also don't forget to check out bands I recommended you that similar to Earthless

    10 Out 2011 Responder
  • xdreamx19

    I heard some tracks from Legacy before... too epic and mellow for my taste and a lot of vocals. Idk like nothing happens even that they use mindfuck proggy time signatures but jam parts are great for sure. did you heard Astra? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1Hfz-niXro http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QDSrpycAmI they play in similar style but to me much more mind-blowing. think I understand what type of feeling you get from Hypnos 69 - slow melting in psychedelic trip, right? here's one track from 70's prog that I like to "melt" with http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OE54x9U5lQ

    10 Out 2011 Responder
  • xdreamx19

    I didn't have time for proper listen. what album you recommend to start?

    10 Out 2011 Responder
  • xdreamx19

    btw Earthless is my favorite jam band at this moment. I made my Trippy Jam blog just to collect and share all bands that sound very similar(Black Bombaim, Red Octopus, Ravjunk, The Machine, Tia Carrera ec)

    10 Out 2011 Responder
  • xdreamx19

    nice charts

    10 Out 2011 Responder
  • donodii

    Anacrusis was one of the best local bands we had back in the day. I got into the stoner music while using last.fm and Slacker at work. It has pretty good groove and sounds good while I work, where as a lot of the metal was intense and would distract me too much :).

    9 Out 2011 Responder
  • AlphaGoat

    hey...sry for the late answer, but i was a bit busy over the summer. well, acutally it shouldn't make me angry, if i read such comments but i really love qotsa...and i really love their live shows. but however...thx for your description of your qotsa experience and sry for my "over-reaction" ;-) you are listen to very good music..especially as i saw that you listen to miles davis and ennio morricone...very good taste ;-) greetz from an austrian trumpet player

    5 Out 2011 Responder
  • Treysweet

    I DL'd the Elder album, and am listening to it now. *loving* All That Is Heavy is a great site. But, I often will find albums I want to check out from there and then compare the cost against ordering from Amazon. Often Amazon is selling for less, especially if you opt for a used CD (which I do a lot...I get more music for my money that way). Of course no one beats All That Is Heavy's selection. Sometimes that's the only place to find a certain album. Especially if they are on the newer side.

    7 Set 2011 Responder
  • Treysweet

    You have a present in the shoutbox at HRR.

    7 Set 2011 Responder
  • Treysweet

    I saw that movie a long time ago, and yes it does have lot's of twists. Cameron Crow (the director) is a huge music enthusiast so there is always cool music attached to his flicks. Another one by him that is actually a better movie is Almost Famous. I like a lot of different music...but I have some bands and styles that I never get tired of. I have not checked out Scott Reeder's album yet.

    6 Set 2011 Responder
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Sobre mim

I decided to quit Lastfm, reasons - idiots in shoutboxes, joy of listening to music subconsiously turned into competition and I already have too much bands to listen. As for main reasons why to use this site - radio is for subscribers only and I found music paths to follow and already know to much bands to listen to them all.

The car's on fire and there's no driver at the wheel
And the sewers are all muddied with a thousand lonely suicides
And a dark wind blows
The government is corrupt
And we're on so many drugs
With the radio on and the curtains drawn

We're trapped in the belly of this horrible machine
And the machine is bleeding to death


No matter how good taste you have, how good comparison with mine - no random friend request. Why would I care for having an unknown person in friends?




Stoner/Desert Rock - whether it's appropriate name or not (as some bands argue over it), it's arguably the best face of rock ever to exist. Combining heavy riffs with psychedelic of 60s/70s rock and blues-ish catchiness makes the desert alive in our speakers/headphones. And, what's an opposite to what some people say, you don't need drugs to enjoy it. Just let the desert void suck you in.



It's the desert that makes you crazy. The loneliness out here. Nobody to talk to. People on the run.












If I had to pick up 5 favorite albums, they would be:
Kyuss - Welcome to Sky Valley
Truckfighters - Gravity X
Iron Maiden - The X Factor
Hypnos 69 - Legacy
Exumer - Possessed By Fire

If you're actually reading this, check out band called Hypnos 69 if doesn't know yet. You don't actually have to be a sucker for progressive rock, only have to appreciate good music. Although strong progressive rock giants (especially King Crimson and Pink Floyd) and jazz influences they make the music one of its' kind. IMHO their best song -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GaqYEG6e3s

although the whole Legacy is a divine album. Can't wait to soon put my hands on this CD!



Did you ride the Bullet? Man, I rode that fucker four times.