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 No.394[Reply]

What's your favourite Touhou track?
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 No.907

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Revolution ⑨
Number ⑨
Number ⑨
Number ⑨

 No.923

I wish normalfags had never discovered anime…

 No.1843

the douga one

 No.1844

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>>1843
The one where Travis Scott raps over it.

 No.2101

>>1844
The one where Travis assrapes the frog girl?



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VAX THAT THANG UP

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Suck my cock!

 No.2100

>>2085
And replaced by a shittier device



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 No.2074[Reply]

How did stuff like this get popular?

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>>2074
That is actually tolerable compared to most garbage out there.



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 No.2078[Reply]

JEW ME, SUE ME, EVERYBODY DO ME!
KICK ME, KIKE ME, DON'T YOU BLACK OR WHITE ME!!!!


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 No.1322[Reply]

I only listen to video game music
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 No.2056

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>>2035
I wish there were more people online, like I remember there being a few years ago.
>>2042
That's one of the only Dawn of War tracks that's any good.

 No.2058

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>>2054
Christ, I fucking hate MMOs with a passion

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 No.2068

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>>2056
>>2044
40k is becoming mainstream and full of pozzed and cringe fanboys tbqh.
I walked away from the hobby last year and I don't recret.



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 No.1859[Reply]

"Wow, he's literally me" thread
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 No.2017

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Anytime I watch or listen to this I always get brough back to when I first watched it as a 12 year old on a hot summer day.
This shit peaked my test so hard I touched a girls tits for the first time that same summer.

 No.2019

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 No.2020

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 No.1473[Reply]

Why didn't anyone tell me this folksy Kraut pop music was so great?
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 No.1687

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I'm still listening to this MILF. I even like this slower number.

 No.1688

>MILF
>M
anon, i have some news for you

 No.1689

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Hello my fellow Yodellers

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>>1688
Is she a spinster? :^)
>>1689
Takeo Ischi's story is kind of interesting. He taught himself yodeling after hearing it on the radio in Japan and getting some Franzl Lang records. He traveled to Europe and made money yodeling, and Franzl Lang himself was in one of his audiences and ended up becoming his mentor.

 No.2018

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 No.2016[Reply]

Forever>Blue Velvet


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 No.1160[Reply]

Muh ambience!!!

 No.2008

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Yes, neck yourself nigger

 No.2009

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 No.2015

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 No.1447[Reply]

>nooooooooooooo you can't use a pick and overdrive on bass
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 No.1948

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>>1939
I know he's posting his articles on Affirmative Right, but a lot of his political content reads like word salad to me.

I never got the way these people try to act like metal is its own entity divorced from rock. Is it because they're nerds who don't feel comfortable with the hard-partying, good-time image of more mainstream rock styles? For all their strident rhetoric about seeing reality for what it is, they aren't even willing to see a style of music for what it is.
>>1944
>There's probably a few even in your local scene matter of fact so you can see them live.
I don't even think there are any black metal bands in my area.
>But like I said, these knockoffs aren't getting any attention because why should they when the bands they're ripping off are still touring?
I don't see why they shouldn't provided the older bands either gave up their old sounds or the newer bands can do just as good of a job as the older bands in their prime, although I'm sure most of the imitators fall short of mark.

Regardless, I stopped paying attention to the metal scene a long time ago, and even in the late 2000s I was listening primarily to older bands. Even the newer bands I was listening to then I haven't really felt the need to revisit at all.
>>1946
>the idea of what metal was in that day didn't survive the 90s, but the aesthetics and musical pretenses did and those have been horribly bastardized.
That's 100% true.

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>>1948
> Is it because they're nerds who don't feel comfortable with the hard-partying, good-time image of more mainstream rock styles? For all their strident rhetoric about seeing reality for what it is, they aren't even willing to see a style of music for what it is.

Because most metalfags are self loathing and insecure. You could say that nu-metal or grunge was responsible for that, but every time metal was brought up in music stores, boomers would mention nerdy metalheads who liked Megadeth.

Metal in general just copes with not being seen as a serious art form, but the admittance of that also brings in really shitty, middle of the road reddit bands like Behemoth, CoF, Nightwish. basically whatever metal cuckchanners were into in 2009.

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>>1948
>I never got the way these people try to act like metal is its own entity divorced from rock. Is it because they're nerds who don't feel comfortable with the hard-partying, good-time image of more mainstream rock styles? For all their strident rhetoric about seeing reality for what it is, they aren't even willing to see a style of music for what it is.
Because it is. It strayed off. Even the harder, purer forms of rock (thinking about the Rolling Stones here) don't sound much like metal. Let alone the poppy "rock" that came after. Punk can admittedly get closer to metal in its rawness.

 No.2013

>>1948
Metal is as much of a genre as it is a mindset, and genres change with the generations. Metal keeps a lot of its aesthetics from the 80s along with some of the 2000s dudebro tribal tat shit, but largely gets ripped on for not adapting aesthetically in that regard. The only problem with this I see is adapting to millennial/zoomer tastes makes it shittier and plagued with bisexual sexpest attitudes.

 No.2014

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>>1948
>but every time metal was brought up in music stores, boomers would mention nerdy metalheads who liked Megadeth.
That was me in high school.
>>1966
>Because it is. It strayed off. Even the harder, purer forms of rock (thinking about the Rolling Stones here) don't sound much like metal.
The Rolling Stones don't sound much at all like modern metal, but they sound way closer to the pre-NWOBHM bands that they directly inspired.
>Punk can admittedly get closer to metal in its rawness.
That's because metal bands started borrowing from punk once it caught on. Without punk, metal in the form we know it today wouldn't exist. A lot of it can be traced back to the influence of Motorhead, and Lemmy commented that Motorhead would have been labeled as punk if they'd had short hair.



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