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 No.956[Reply]

hey guys, i know there's only like 2 of you on here but let's talk about some good muzak aka industrial. I don't care if it's Throbbing Gristle, Skinny Puppy, Ministry, Rammstein, or Bionic Ghost Kids, let's just fucking talk about everything and anything industrial related.
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 No.967

>>965
>I said "most" of their discography was unlistenable, not all of it.
Yeah, I don't really disagree. I remember liking "Slug Bait" when I listened to it though.
>I don't like the vocalist's voice (RIP by the way, Genesis of leukemia died recently). So monotonous and out of tune, and not in a good way.
I don't disagree.
>>966
>Damn, I would've never thought of using a snare sample for a kick; only a junkie like Al Jourgensen would be insane enough to do such a thing.
There's a good chance it was Adrian Sherwood's doing. AL Jourgensen said Sherwood had so much input that he didn't even feel like it was fully his record. I think he's probably the one behind all the clanging sounds too, since he's tone deaf and prefers working with noise.

Here's a snippet I recorded of something in the same ballpark of that drum sound:
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>I'd have to tie Twitch with the Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste; the only reason why Mind isn't better is because the songs are twice as long as they need to be. Psalm 69 kinda fixed that but that album toned down a lot of the industrial elements of prior releases (unless you count 1000 soundbites as industrial {in that case, I guess Killwhitneydead is industrial}).
For whatever reason, I haven't really been able to get into Ministry's stuff after The Land of Rape and Honey. I might have to give The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste another listen though.

 No.968

>>967
>I don't like the vocalist's voice
I think his voice was perfect in Psychic TV and whether you like TG or not, his voice complemented the abrasive, atonal sound of the band perfectly.
>There's a good chance it was Adrian Sherwood's doing.
damn, I gotta look into this Adrian Sherwood character. Does he have any material similar to Twitch or did he just take Jourgensen's shit and turn it into gold? Btw you're right about that drum sound, sounds damn near the same.
>I haven't really been able to get into Ministry's stuff after The Land of Rape and Honey.
you probably wouldn't like The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste then. It's more metal (and post-punk) influenced and the industrial elements are toned down a bit from prior releases, not to the extent that Psalm 69 is but it's nowhere near as industrial as Land of Rape and Honey.

 No.969

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>>968
>damn, I gotta look into this Adrian Sherwood character. Does he have any material similar to Twitch or did he just take Jourgensen's shit and turn it into gold? Btw you're right about that drum sound, sounds damn near the same.
He produced for Tackhead and did some remixes for other projects, like Depeche Mode. I honestly haven't heard much of his other work, but I think he must have had some part in making "Move" by Ministry. Link related.
>you probably wouldn't like The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste then. It's more metal (and post-punk) influenced and the industrial elements are toned down a bit from prior releases, not to the extent that Psalm 69 is but it's nowhere near as industrial as Land of Rape and Honey.
I like those genres, but I've never been able to remember a single track off The Mind is a Terrible Thing to taste. It's been years since I've heard it though.

 No.970

>>969
>link related
wow, that sure sounds familiar *wink wink, nudge nudge*. looking him up, he seems to be more of a dub/reggae dude. dub is pretty hit n miss but I'm still interested to see how he spins it.
>I've never been able to remember a single track off The Mind is a Terrible Thing to taste.
weird because pretty much half their live set is comprised of that album; Thieves, Burning Inside, and So What being the most notable.

 No.974

>>970
>weird because pretty much half their live set is comprised of that album; Thieves, Burning Inside, and So What being the most notable.
I don't even know that I've heard any of their live stuff other than from the Twitch or With Sympathy days. I recognize the track names but can't recall what they sound like.



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 No.964[Reply]

Post songs that made you cry when you were a teenager.

 No.971

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don't judge me

 No.972

>>971
this actually sounds like a decent stoner metal song sped up 1.25x… AND the video looks less nauseating too!



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 No.921[Reply]

mkay, this board needs more pph. cuck/mu/ is, well, cucked with trannies, poptimists, redditors, and soyboys so fucked that shit. So, I'm stealing gayhole's idear to potentially spice up this dead board. So yeah, I'm taking theme idears rn and I'll start this shit Feb 1.
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 No.938

>>937
>80% trolling
>doesn't jump bandwagons
>btfoing shit bands like NMH and GY!BE
wow, you're making cuck/mu/ sound good. I remember cuck/mu/ being full of fantanodrones and reddifugees getting mad at BASEDposting.
>calling for jannies
well, i think cakechan has a music board just for butthurt trannies like you!

 No.939

>>937
also, if you really wanted to discuss music instead of being buttmad about /mu/ calling you out on bandwagoning pitchfork garbage, you'd contribute to this thread! I'm trying to start a music club and instead of giving me ideas for themes to, ahem, DISCUSS MUSIC, you're bitching about getting cyberbullied for liking animal collective. Put your money where your mouth is and start discussing music instead of blogging about your dilation cycle you punk.

 No.948

>>937
>I miss old /mu/
I don't, they never talked seriously about anything outside their own hipster circlejerk artists and last.fm accounts.
The metal threads were also not that good but there were some very cool anons there who knew their shit in all genres possible, i don't know why they posted almost exclusively there.

 No.950

shit music is always a good category although probably everyone here has already heard most of it.

 No.957

>>948
Yeah, /mu/ was never good. I appreciated the sharethreads though.



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 No.952[Reply]

Time to learn French

 No.953

DICK

 No.955

no you don't. there's a reason why yakuza is so fucked in the head



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 No.951[Reply]

Is this OK? I'm high on Tom Hanks

 No.954

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DID YOU KNOW



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 No.193[Reply]

Post your nations best tunes
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 No.909

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YOUR POLICY IS JUST A LITTLE RED!

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 No.949

>>947
>not african anthem



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 No.838[Reply]

What are some examples of completely subverting a song with arrangements and a carefully crafted video to go with it? Vid related, it's superb. Turned hippie trash into a fascistic celebration of nature and beauty.

 No.945

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here you go buddy

 No.946

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no video but it fulfills the first half of the criteria



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 No.865[Reply]

GHOSTRIDER MOTORCYCLE HERO

 No.866

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I was really tempted to post that track in that other thread.

 No.868

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Underrated album

 No.871

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>>868
I was just listening to that record yesterday. I'm not in love with it, but there's a hypnotic effect to the kind of repetition most of those songs emply. I don't know that I ever listened to any of it other than "Jukebox Baby 96," which sounds kind of out of place (along with "Surrender"). I always loved how you could hear that '50s rock and roll influence in their music though.

 No.872

>>871
*most of those songs employ

 No.943

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I never thought I'd hear a Static-X sample, especially from Alex Vega.



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 No.796[Reply]

/ost/… you need to calm down.

 No.804

>>796
it's amazing how good the fat AI on faceapp is

 No.942

i know, it's out of control right now



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 No.915[Reply]

>I was born with a stiff… stiff upper lip
haha

 No.928

I GOT BIG BALSS

 No.940

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this doesn't sound too far from grill rock tbh



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