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  • Niggahrz

    Hi, great taste man. Will check out Converge and Botch since they're even higher than Meshuggah on ur list!1

    19 Nov 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    I'm back. The Converge thing may have been sarcasm, but I wasn't kidding. I forgot for a moment that metalcore was a combination of hardcore punk and metal, not melodic hardcore and metal (I said this below, but it bears repeating I guess). I knew that Nickelback was Canadian, but white trash exists in Canada too. Besides that, it seems like the average southern music listener's band of choice, from my own (and others') observations. Anyway, did you know Blood Sugar Sex Magik, Nevermind, and The Low End Theory all came out on the same day (9/24/1991) according to the source I use (I was looking at my music organized by date - I didn't memorize the dates of all of my albums, though that would be amazing and creepily obsessive). Must've been a pretty good day. THE MOAR YOU KNOW!!! (Where's my rainbow?)

    12 Ago 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    That's fine. You'll have roughly a week to address them anyway, taking the messages as you like. I'm going on a trip to Florida, so I doubt I'll be recording anything. I'll check when I get back. Also, as to the last message, I *did* try Converge with her, but I forgot that metalcore was a combination of hardcore punk with metal, and not melodic hardcore with metal (that would be melodic metalcore, wouldn't it?), therefore no singing in the traditional sense - yet she likes Nickelback's "vocalist." She didn't like Converge, but I never said she had great tastes in music anyway. I liked the sound a bit, and I'll probably come back to Converge after the trip is over. Anyway, I'm not sure if she actually *listens* to Nickelback so much as hears the band. I remember one review saying that Nickelback was the fare of "white trash in the South," which is a bit strong, but I don't think that characterization is too far off. If she did listen to John Mayer, I could've tried Mark Hollis's album.

    31 Jul 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    Tonight, my sister told me she wanted "hard rock" so I recommended Kyuss (she meant something that sounded like Nickelback, apparently). It was, I paraphrase here, "too hard." She then started playing some post-grunge and pop punk influenced by melodic hardcore (together read "MTV fare") off of Youtube. I tried recommending pop punk (Dillinger Four) then hardcore (Minor Threat). She liked neither, then started playing more when I realized what she wanted wasn't hardcore, but MTV-core. She apparently doesn't watch it, but gets recommendations from her friends (who do watch it), then looks up similar bands (which predictably are off the same channel). Is there anything you know of that will end this nightmare? I fear I'll have to put up with it on the trip (I probably will regardless). Apparently she thinks music only has one volume (i.e. loud) or it's not good.

    31 Jul 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    Well, I have some stuff that sucks pretty badly because I was curious as to how badly the albums sucked. I plan to delete them soon after I hear them. By the way, I might call you because I want to try to do something this week. Next week I have to go to Florida, and the week after is the last week here. I don't think it's that much of a problem for us since you and I are not going to be very far apart at all, but Karl will be a rather long distance away.

    28 Jul 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    Well, I have some stuff that sucks pretty badly because I was curious as to how badly the albums sucked. I plan to delete them soon after I hear them.

    28 Jul 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    I have that same Gorguts album (don't ask). Is it any good? I've seen it recommended pretty highly so I was wondering.

    27 Jul 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    Off-topic, but strangely enough, this Uncle Tupelo album has the only Marxist/Socialist message I've ever heard in a country-sounding song. It's sorta' bizarre to hear it, to be honest. The lyrics fit and everything, it's just that I never associated the country sound with left-wing politics (up until half a year ago, I didn't associate with anything but redneckism, something country pop is still associated with in my mind, yet I guess that need not taint everything even remotely similar).

    25 Jul 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    Next time you come over here (hopefully some time soon), you'll have to tell me. The timing of your response with my arrival from work (after hauling dirt - whee) was a strange coincidence, though.

    25 Jul 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    What? How? Was it a lateness thing, or was it just bad luck? Or something else?

    23 Jul 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    I? I what?

    23 Jul 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    Yeah, I'm not going to say directly where I learned about them. Mostly out of irrelevance, but also because it's not related to anything I've ever been interested in. Related to music that I hate, yes, but not related to any music I like. I was actually curious as to whether they were good or not because my source liking them would seem to imply awfulness, but it was not so. Makes me curious where that intrepid young band went so wrong. Meh, I've partially revealed it anyway, so here's the story (an interview of a band I don't like very much mentioned this band and a few others, checked to see what other people thought about the bands, found out a few of them were actually good, became curious, got albums - in mewithoutYou's case, all LPs, I think). I contradicted myself in the space of a single paragraph. Whee.

    15 Jul 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    I want to think that you saw mewithoutYou on my playlist and were curious about that band. That's what I want to think, but I doubt it for some reason.

    15 Jul 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    They had an EP called Glenn/Rhoda a few years later. I have it on my computer in .flac if you want it.

    13 Jul 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    Hm, Slint's Spiderland is a lot better than I remembered it. It's been a while since I last listened to it, though, so maybe that's why.

    4 Jul 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    I think I have the right to call an album not very good if I can't tell the difference between the songs and the sound checks. And if the sound checks sound more like songs than the actual songs do.

    30 Jun 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    Well, remember, I'm trying to organize everything, and I want to do it correctly so I won't have to do it again. Also, I had organized the albums somewhat once before, but I had the actual way the discography was structured rather than the contrived way that I have to use now. Meh, I don't care that much now, I guess.

    30 Jun 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    Oh, and if you want some more relatively complicated compositions, try Tim Buckley's Lorca and Starsailor. It's avant-garde jazz influenced psychedelic folk. If you think that sounds somewhat interesting, try listening to it. Revolutionary folk way before its time. Reminded me a bit of Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire, actually. If you've listened to that and didn't like Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire or any of his (or others') atonal experiments, though, stay as far away from those two Tim Buckley albums as possible. Admittedly, I definitely need to listen to those two albums again sometime soon.

    29 Jun 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    Yeah, I wish you could record what you listen to off of your computer, but it doesn't really matter. In the meantime, Bob Marley/The Wailers/Bob Marley & The Wailers organization is confusing the hell out of me. I just went with everything under "Bob Marley & The Wailers" because "The Wailers" (which is the group that Bob Marley belonged to during his first few albums before he left them for a solo project called "Bob Marley & The Wailers" with "The Wailers" in this case being the backing band for Bob Marley - confused yet?) links to a garage rock band, and the "full tracks" are listed under "Bob Marley & The Wailers", even if the label is technically incorrect (The Wailers for the first four or so studio albums, then Bob Marley & The Wailers for the rest). And some tracks that are actually from Bob Marley & The Wailers and The Wailers are recorded simply under Bob Marley. I don't guess you had a similar problem with Devin Townsend, did you? That's the best parallel I can think of.

    29 Jun 2009 Responder
  • emznovafire

    Did you like the Slint album? It was one of the first few things I listened to when I started using last.fm to record my music, I think. I liked it, but I haven't listened to it again yet. I should, though, as I've listened to quite a bit since and my opinion of it might have changed for better or worse.

    26 Jun 2009 Responder
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