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I don't suppose a redirect to The Fugees would do, would it?
Come on, EI, you're killin' me!
In celebration of having watched the awesome Distant Worlds concert on Saturday:
I stumbled across this just now on Youtube.
Wikipedia lists them as "punk jazz", which makes my head hurt trying to comprehend, but I like how the actual song sounds, so, eh.
I just found this. I think I'm hooked. My favorites so far are NIN + The Beatles, The Beatles + Greenday + Jackson 5, and Outkast + Deadmau5
I've just been listening to Bear McCreary's OST for BSG. And its amazing.
I don't usually like live versions, but this one is the shit.
Quick question: Favorite guitar player and favorite song from him.
Rodrigo y Gabriela are two of my favorite guitar players:
My favorite guitarist changes with the wind. Currently, it's Allan Holdsworth, due to my current obsession with outside playing and jazz fusion.
Speaking of jazz fusion, John McLaughlin is pretty awesome too.
Wicked reminded me of Vicente Amigo's existence...I went to a concert of his at Bogota...it was probably the best flamenco concert I've ever been to...
It's not proper to mention John Mclaughlin without also mentioning Al di Meola and Paco de Lucia.
And if you like Carla Bley, you’ll love Pekka Pohjola!
So, anyone remember when emo wasn't a curse word?
edited 27th May '11 12:06:39 AM by DarkDecapodian
I sure do remember when people made wishes.
...wait, did I misunderstand the question?
edited 27th May '11 11:04:21 AM by Bananaquit
I still say, this song needs to be on the True Blood soundtrack somewhere.
^ On the topic of goth songs that aren't really goth...
Edit: This video doesn't skip.
edited 28th May '11 6:38:26 PM by DarkDecapodian
@Dark: wasn't that Nick Cave's original band?
^ Technically, The Boys Next Door was Nick Cave's first band, but they were the members of The Birthday Party playing tamer music, so you're basically right.
edited 28th May '11 9:20:36 PM by DarkDecapodian
Did not know that. Thanks for educating me.
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