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Sunday, December 18th, 2011 03:32 am
Gods, I wish I could win about 900 million dollars. I'd spent about half that on new music if I did. (It totally sucks playing one's whole collection to the point of getting tired of it and being unable to add to one's collection. If it weren't for the Internet, I'd have died of boredom years ago. Especially since most pop music sucks.)

Van Canto:



More under here! )

Saor Patrol:



More under here! )

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Sunday, July 3rd, 2011 10:21 pm


Capybaras aren't really rats. Rodents, but not rats. Anyway, fun song.

Four more under the cut )
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Saturday, October 23rd, 2010 04:14 pm
Listening to Serj Tankian's solo album, "Imperfect Harmonies." Serj is the lead singer of System of a Down. So far, I'm impressed. Serj brings SOAD's love of experimentation to his solo album, which is awesome. What I've always loved about SOAD is that every song is completely different from all their others, while retaining a certain "flavor" that connects them in a way that you can immediately tell by listening, "Oh, that has GOT to be a System of a Down song!" At the same time, the songs so far on Serj's solo album have a different flavor from SOAD songs. It's a similar flavor, like how cheddar cheese is similar to American Cheese (for lack of a better comparison). I like the differences, he makes them really work well. It's a little softer than SOAD's usual fare, but still nowhere near a lullabye.

The first song, "Disowned Inc.," did a spectacular job at making chaotic, unmelodic piano (and other) sounds melodic despite their unmelody. The... chord? whatever: the bit of music the first song repeats sounds like someone banging keys haphazardly on a piano, but the repitition of that sound, and the addition of sounds that balance it out and move in harmony with it, gives it a melodic feel nonetheless. This CD will be worth it if only for that song, though the other songs so far are pretty good too. Here, I'll let you judge for yourself:



Serj also keeps SOAD's signature criticism of corporations, war, nationalism, and other societal ills, at least in some of the songs (I haven't read all the lyrics yet). Like "Borders Are":



I haven't heard the whole CD yet, but so far, I give this album two thumbs and a big toe UP!
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Saturday, October 23rd, 2010 02:53 pm
Sully Erna, lead singer of Godsmack, has a "solo" album!



More )
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Thursday, October 14th, 2010 01:32 am
Full of sarcasm:



Lyrics )
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Thursday, June 24th, 2010 11:41 pm
Drop the Bombs:



More from the mad toymaker under the cut )
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Monday, September 21st, 2009 05:42 am
Grumpy today. Playing appropriate music.



Rest under the cut )
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Saturday, September 19th, 2009 07:38 am
YouTube suggested this one to me, and I like it. The artist seems to be Hagalaz' Runedance, and the song is "Hel - Goddess of the Underworld."

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Monday, August 31st, 2009 04:56 am
I love Steeleye Span! If you don't know what it is, it's a classic rock band that did rock versions of Scottish folk songs.

"King Henry," one of their best songs I think. It's from the album "Below The Salt":



Another great one, called Allison Gross, from their Parcel of Rogues album )

Misty Moisty Morning from Parcel of Rogues )

The Wee Wee Man from Parcel of Rogues: http://www.last.fm/music/Steeleye+Span/_/The+Wee+Wee+Man

And one of my favorites for pervy reasons, Hares on the Mountain from Parcel of Rogues: http://www.last.fm/music/Steeleye+Span/_/Hares+on+the+Mountain