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rabblerouser 04-14-2018 05:00 PM

What are you spinning?
 
LPs, CDs, Concert DVDs...What you been listening to?

Recent spins :
Blackberry Smoke - Find A Light - LP
Jimi Hendrix - Both Sides of the Sky - LP
Led Zeppelin - How the West Was Won - Blu-Ray Audio
Jack White - Boarding House Reach - LP
Foo Fighters -Concrete & Gold - LP
Waylon Jennings - New Stuff - LP
Lindsey Buckingham & Christine McVie - LP
Fleetwood Mac - Rumours - LP
Clutch - Elephant Riders - CD
Rolling Stones - Metamorphosis - Hybrid SACD

Easy 6 04-14-2018 05:08 PM

Going through Reds oldies thread at the moment, currently on Amy Winehouse' 'Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow'

That little Brit had some pipes and some soul

NewChief 04-14-2018 05:17 PM

New releases I'm on this week:

On his new album Tree of Forgiveness , John Prine shows that despite not releasing new music in 13 years and now being 71 years of age, he is still a national treasure. Just a fantastic album of excellent songwriting.

After reading Reaper's posts about it for a long time, I finally decided to delve into the world of modern metal. Now, I'm still not a metal head by any means, but a few bands have stuck with me. One of those is Panopticon. I've loved pretty much every album he's released (it's a one man studio project, and he plays all instruments). The latest release, The Scars of Man on the Once Nameless Wilderness, is no exception. There's just something about the folk music and natural elements that are woven throughout this music that makes it really beautiful and emotional. Yes, beautiful and emotional, metal.

I know people shit on rap these days, and there is a lot to shit on. Between mumble rap and soundcloud rap, the genre has some pretty wack shit happening. That being said, there are some great, great artists out there currently. One of them is Chicago's Saba. His new album CARE FOR ME, details his relationship with his uncle/friend/mentor who was tragically stabbed and killed on a Chicago subway over a silly altercation over a coat. The album is equal parts sad, angry, and joyful and well worth listening to.

Finally, the new Cardi B isn't crappy. It's actually pretty damned good.

Frosty 04-14-2018 05:43 PM

Actually, as I type this, I've been capturing a bunch of brother's old records for him and converting them to MP3, so I've actually been "spinning" tunes. So far I've done two Book Of Love albums, Moev, Die Juz, Xmal Deutschland, a Ministry 12", and a band called Moral Crux, which was a not very good punk band from Ephrata, WA.

Right now, I'm doing a Man Or Astroman? album. It's a pretty cool purple vinyl.

KCrockaholic 04-14-2018 05:45 PM

All my metal like usual.

Lately a lot of Miss May I, Like Moths to Flames, Wage War, Polaris, Killswitch Engage

GloucesterChief 04-14-2018 06:16 PM

Band-Maid - World Domination - CD

Easy 6 04-14-2018 06:27 PM

Here is whats spinning at this very moment

Remember when rock was fun and had swagger?

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GloucesterChief 04-14-2018 06:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Easy 6 (Post 13517279)
Here is whats spinning at this very moment

Remember when rock was fun and had swagger?

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It is in English and the lyrics are not work safe:

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Easy 6 04-14-2018 06:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GloucesterChief (Post 13517283)
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Ab

So

Freaking

Lutely :rockon:

Some major American act needs to sign them up as openers for a US run, that was outstanding... I'm sincerely always amazed at just how much Japan took to American culture

I guess if Americans cant put the swag back in rock n roll, then 4 Japanese women can

GloucesterChief 04-14-2018 06:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Easy 6 (Post 13517288)
Ab

So

Freaking

Lutely :rockon:

Some major American act needs to sign them up as openers for a US run, that was outstanding... I'm sincerely always amazed at just how much Japan took to American culture

I guess if Americans cant put the swag back in rock n roll, then 4 Japanese women can

Actually 5. That is their only song that is completely in English but they are very talented. They have played two shows in America. One in Seattle and one in San Francisco. Plus a show in Mexico. They have been to Europe a time or two. Mostly they play around Tokyo. They aren't actually that big yet with their biggest show that they headlined drawing about 4,000 people.

KCrockaholic 04-14-2018 06:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Easy 6 (Post 13517279)
Here is whats spinning at this very moment

Remember when rock was fun and had swagger?

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Ya itís called nu-metal/metalcore now.

Easy 6 04-14-2018 07:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GloucesterChief (Post 13517304)
Actually 5. That is their only song that is completely in English but they are very talented. They have played two shows in America. One in Seattle and one in San Francisco. Plus a show in Mexico. They have been to Europe a time or two. Mostly they play around Tokyo. They aren't actually that big yet with their biggest show that they headlined drawing about 4,000 people.

Thats a damn shame, because if those gals can deliver several dozen more scorchers like that in front of US audiences this summer... they're gonna blow the **** up

Hot Japanese girls + legit hard rock = total cash cow

Quote:

Originally Posted by KCrockaholic (Post 13517307)
Ya itís called nu-metal/metalcore now.

In all sincerity I'm not the most up to date guy on national hard rock acts these days... but I sure as hell love Greta Van Fleet, they're getting back to the roots bless their hearts

Its no wonder they're opening for GNR over in Europe for a few gigs

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Easy 6 04-14-2018 07:30 PM

This doesnt belong in the oldies thread for sure, got to meet Tracii Guns and he is the humblest mfer ever... me and and a buddy wanted to smoke a doob with him, but he passed us off to Steve Riley the drummer instead

His guitar work speaks for itself here...

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GloucesterChief 04-14-2018 07:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Easy 6 (Post 13517323)
Thats a damn shame, because if those gals can deliver several dozen more scorchers like that in front of US audiences this summer... they're gonna blow the **** up

Hot Japanese girls + legit hard rock = total cash cow

If you are interested you can grab their newest album, World Domination, off of Amazon. I think iTunes has some of their catalog as well.

Youtube videos:

Real Existence (what really launched their following in the West it went viral)
Dice
Domination
The Non-Fiction Days
Thrill
Secret My Lips
Don't You Tell Me

rabblerouser 04-14-2018 08:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Frosty (Post 13517212)
Actually, as I type this, I've been capturing a bunch of brother's old records for him and converting them to MP3, so I've actually been "spinning" tunes. So far I've done two Book Of Love albums, Moev, Die Juz, Xmal Deutschland, a Ministry 12", and a band called Moral Crux, which was a not very good punk band from Ephrata, WA.

Right now, I'm doing a Man Or Astroman? album. It's a pretty cool purple vinyl.

I do all mine to 24/96 WAV, convert those to level 8 FLAC via TLH and make mp3s out of the FLACs if a friend wants mp3...but you may as well go all in if your already making your own needledrops ;)
Quote:

Originally Posted by NewChief (Post 13517192)
New releases I'm on this week:

On his new album Tree of Forgiveness , John Prine shows that despite not releasing new music in 13 years and now being 71 years of age, he is still a national treasure. Just a fantastic album of excellent songwriting.

I need to get that - I love that guy.
Quote:

Originally Posted by Easy 6 (Post 13517184)
Going through Reds oldies thread at the moment, currently on Amy Winehouse' 'Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow'

That little Brit had some pipes and some soul

Yeah I'm just getting into her. I want Back To Black on LP.


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