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So, some Rodd Keith - might also link him in the death songs thread:

 

 

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And for those that can stand it getting truly weird - song poem gold incl. the legendary Rodd: 

 

 

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On 07/08/2019 at 15:50, maryportfuncity said:

And for those that can stand it getting truly weird - song poem gold incl. the legendary Rodd: 

 

 


MPFC that was one of the finest things I've heard in a while!! (odd they let the dead air go on after 2:46)  Thanks for posting :)

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What a new release to brighten up a dreary Friday afternoon. 1,000,000/10

 

Image result for slipknot we are not your kind

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Sublime -the raw power of Bach

 

 

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Hmm, unexpected cover version...

 

 

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1 hour ago, msc said:

  

One of our regulars wasn't alive for the September 11 attacks, so quite possible.

  

:old:

 

On a related tangent - this is something I was thinking about the other day (after working out you'd need to be around about 92 to have seen active service in the second world war.) Here's how old someone who was  around 18 would be when certain major historic albums were released, I'm going to start using these albums as a way to judge whether some one is merely old or old as fuck:

 

 

21 for The 1975 - I Like It When You Sleep..... 

23 for Ed Sheeran - X

26 for Adele - 21

29 for Coldplay - Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends

32 for Arctic Monkeys - WPSIAM

36 for Slipknot - Iowa

46 for Nirvana - Nevermind

51 for The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead

54 for Metallica - Kill Em All

61 for Sex Pistols - Never Mind the Bollocks 

65 for David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars

68 for the The Beatles - Abbey Road

71 for Bob Dylan - Blonde on Blonde

74 for The Beatles - Please Please Me

77 for The Everly Brothers - It's Everly Time

81 for Elvis Presley - Elvis Presley's Rock N Roll

84 for Duke Ellington - The Duke Play's Ellington

88 for Vera Lynn - Sincerely Yours

91 for Frank Sinatra - The Voice of Frank Sinatra

94 for Judy Garland - The Second Judy Garland Souvenier Album

97 for Sister Rosetta Tharpe - Bring Back the Happy Days

 

I need to get out more.

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3 minutes ago, Deathray said:

 

36 for Slipknot - Iowa 

 

I need to get out more.

 

Iowa came out 18 years ago? Fuck a duck! :o

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Here's one for music deaths; slightly more related to the forum, how old a roughly 18 year old would be now:

 

19 for Avicci

21 for David Bowie

26 for Amy Winehouse

28 for Michael Jackson

31 for Syd Barrett

36 for George Harrison

43 for Kurt Cobain

46 for Freddie Mercury

57 for John Lennon

60 for Elvis Presley

65 for Jim Morrison

68 for Brian Wilson

72 for Nat King Cole

78 for Buddy Holly

84 for Hank Williams

 

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41 minutes ago, msc said:

 

Iowa came out 18 years ago? Fuck a duck! :o

 

Still as good though amazingly. We Are Not Your Kind is incredible.

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Bit of culture rather than the usual bollocks I listen to:

 

 

As an aside, the YouTube comments section's quite amusing on this.

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Seriously, even by the fairly tolerant standards at MPFC Towers this is strangeness!! Bought as part of a 3 CDs for £20 offer from the wonderful Global Emporium mob who do merch tents at festivals - this is a collection of Christian cuts from late 60's to mid 70's all of which pack fierce fuzz guitars. Bought for no other reason than I liked the cover and guaranteed to be coming to a cult radio show before too long!

 

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90s stuff is pleasing my earholes this afternoon.

 

 

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3 hours ago, The Quim Reaper said:

90s stuff is pleasing my earholes this afternoon.

 

 

Haven't listen to The Eels for years.  Takes me back to being a student

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A petulant frenzy

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Found this on YouTube, Van from CATB doing a stripped down version of what I think is their best song. I think I melted a bit.

 

 

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Stop dropping the girls or they'll drop you one day! Serge Gainsbourg was a master

 

 

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"She slipped into thaaaa niiiight..." Such a tune!

 

 

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Thought I had posted this here back around early April.  Must have been Facebook.
Perfect song fae perfect Irish Rebel Gurrl.   By a 'good Canadian boy' as my Canadian cousin said on FB.
SC

(EDIT: For the record, SCreep can hit all but the highest of these notes still - he's ready for karaoke, next DL Con).

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I think this duet might be a record for youngest living former DDP pick's to have a duet(that is likely to change if/when Camilla Cabello becomes a future DDP pick)

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For reasons:

 

 

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Sir Creep has always listened to ALL music.  Favour can be found in most of it.  But he found his home in electronic industrial.
Our good friends from Canada had a recording label called Nettwerk Records who recorded two industrial bands: Skinny Puppy and Severed Heads.
SirC probably was the only fan of Severed Heads (he still has the cassette somewhere).  Nettwerk sent the troops out circa 1986, and so he got to see Severed Heads open for Skinny Puppy ('Vivasect' Tour).  
Most of the Severed Heads album is quite approachable, squeaky noises and clicks aside.  SC would prefer to post something like 'Harry and Cindy Hospital' or 'Twenty Deadly Diseases', but here is their most approachable song, 'Propeller'.  (hints of New Order?  meh)
 


 

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