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Endymion
03-26-2006, 01:19 AM
like some sort of demented carnival:
An Albatross - I am the Lazer Viking (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/An%20Albatross%20-%20I%20am%20the%20Lazer%20Viking.mp3)
An Albatross - Let's Get on With It! (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/An%20Albatross%20-%20Let's%20Get%20on%20With%20It!.mp3)
really perverse kick to the teeth:
Annabel Lee Murders - Fade into the Horizon (End Photograph) (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Annabel%20Lee%20Murders%20-%20Fade%20into%20the%20Horizon%20(End%20Photograph ).mp3)
Annabel Lee Murders - Right Before I Cum, Punch Me in the Face (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Annabel%20Lee%20Murders%20-%20Right%20Before%20I%20Cum,%20Punch%20Me%20in%20t he%20Face.mp3)
can you say dance?:
Antioch Arrow - Too Bad You're Gonna Die (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Antioch%20Arrow%20-%20Too%20Bad%20You're%20Gonna%20Die.mp3)
noise rock, a bit like fugazi but not:
Black Eyes - A Pack of Wolves (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Black%20Eyes%20-%20A%20Pack%20of%20Wolves.mp3)
Black Eyes - Someone Has His Fingers Broken (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Black%20Eyes%20-%20Someone%20Has%20His%20Fingers%20Broken.mp3)
sick dance:
Chinese Stars - Panic in the Population (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Chinese%20Stars%20-%20Panic%20in%20the%20Population.mp3)
Chinese Stars - TV Grows Arms (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Chinese%20Stars%20-%20TV%20Grows%20Arms.mp3)
psychedelic rock:
Darker My Love - 13 O'Clock (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Darker%20My%20Love%20-%2013%20O'Clock.mp3)
Darker My Love - Summer is Here (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Darker%20My%20Love%20-%20Summer%20is%20Here.mp3)
trans atlantic hardcore:
Das Oath - Awesome Rape (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Das%20Oath%20-%20Awesome%20Rape.mp3)
mathy:
Daughters - Nurse, Would You Please Prep The Patient For Sexual Doctor (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Daughters%20-%20Nurse,%20Would%20You%20Please%20Prep%20The%20Pa tient%20For%20Sexual%20Doctor.mp3)
italian no wave something something:
Death of Anna Karina - Every Revolution is a Throw of Dice (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Death%20of%20Anna%20Karina%20-%20Every%20Revolution%20is%20a%20Throw%20of%20Dice .mp3)
the 80's > you:
Dog Police - Dog Police (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/dogpolice/Dog_Police_-_Dog_Police.mp3)
get your dancin' shoes on:
Dr. Doctor - Start Program of Lovers (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/Dr.%20Doctor/Dr.%20Doctor%20-%201%20-%20Start%20Program%20of%20Lovers.mp3)
fundustrial noise:
Ex Models - Chrome Hearts (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Ex%20Models%20-%20Chrome%20Hearts.mp3)
Ex Models - Sex Automata (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Ex%20Models%20-%20Sex%20Automata.mp3)
Ex Models - Zoo Love (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Ex%20Models%20-%20Zoo%20Love.mp3)
completely beyond comprehension (noise jazz, maybe?):
Flying Luttenbachers - Cataclysm (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Flying%20Luttenbachers%20-%20Cataclysm.mp3)
Flying Luttenbachers - Demonic Velocities - 20,000,000 Volts (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Flying%20Luttenbachers%20-%20Demonic%20Velocities%20-%2020,000,000%20Volts.mp3)
Flying Luttenbachers - Infektion (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Flying%20Luttenbachers%20-%20Infektion.mp3)
can you feel it grindin' into your business?:
Heathers - Now That All of the Girls Are Gone, We Can Finally Get Some Dick Sucking Done (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Heathers%20-%20Now%20That%20All%20of%20the%20Girls%20Are%20Gon e,%20We%20Can%20Finally%20Get%20Some%20Dick%20Suck ing%20Done.mp3)
electro punky:
Mean Reds - Island and Sea (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Mean%20Reds%20-%20Island%20and%20Sea.mp3)
jazzcore magic!:
Naked City - A Shot in the Dark (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Naked%20City%20-%20A%20Shot%20in%20the%20Dark.mp3)
Naked City - Batman (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Naked%20City%20-%20Batman.mp3)
Naked City - Den of Sins (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Naked%20City%20-%20Den%20of%20Sins.mp3)
math grind:
Oktober Skyline - Unfortunatley, Death Runs in My Family (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Oktober%20Skyline%20-%20Unfortunatley,%20Death%20Runs%20in%20My%20Famil y.mp3)
post rock:
Oneida - Lavender (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Oneida%20-%20Lavender.mp3)
Oneida - The Eiger (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Oneida%20-%20The%20Eiger.mp3)
i smell a synth:
Phone Tap Noir - You Make a Better Seamstress Than You Do a Bedpan (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Phone%20Tap%20Noir%20-%20You%20Make%20a%20Better%20Seamstress%20Than%20Y ou%20Do%20a%20Bedpan.mp3)
can you say locust ripoff?:
Pink Handgrenade - Your New Garb (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Pink%20Handgrenade%20-%20Your%20New%20Garb.mp3)
prepare for awesomeness!:
Plot To Blow Up The Eiffel Tower - For Marcus (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Plot%20To%20Blow%20Up%20The%20Eiffel%20Tower%20-%20For%20Marcus.mp3)
Plot To Blow Up The Eiffel Tower - Green Cars (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Plot%20To%20Blow%20Up%20The%20Eiffel%20Tower%20-%20Green%20Cars.mp3)
Plot To Blow Up The Eiffel Tower - SLC Hunks (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Plot%20To%20Blow%20Up%20The%20Eiffel%20Tower%20-%20SLC%20Hunks.mp3)
swamp tech:
Quintron - Fly Like a Rat (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Quintron%20-%20Fly%20Like%20a%20Rat.mp3)
Quintron - Witch in the Club (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Quintron%20-%20Witch%20in%20the%20Club.mp3)
title says it all:
Red Light Sting - I Wouldn't Touch You With a Tampon (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Red%20Light%20Sting%20-%20I%20Wouldn't%20Touch%20You%20With%20a%20Tampon. mp3)
grrrrrrrrrrrrrrind:
Sawtooth Grin - Satan Would Sit in the Smoking Section But He Doesn't Like the Creepy Waiter (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Sawtooth%20Grin%20-%20Satan%20Would%20Sit%20in%20the%20Smoking%20Sect ion%20But%20He%20Doesn't%20Like%20the%20Creepy%20W aiter.mp3)
i have no clue:
This Moment in Black History - Continue the Mistake (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/This%20Moment%20in%20Black%20History%20-%20Continue%20the%20Mistake.mp3)
modern rockabilly:
Three Bad Jacks - Crazy in the Head (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Three%20Bad%20Jacks%20-%20Crazy%20in%20the%20Head.mp3)
destructivist post-everything core:
Total Shutdown - Six (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Total%20Shutdown%20-%20Six.mp3)
as if you were having a single good fuck with a pair of dead sluts:
Twodeadsluts Onegoodfuck - Rendezvous at the Ignorance Awareness Meeting (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Twodeadsluts%20Onegoodfuck%20-%20Rendezvous%20at%20the%20Ignorance%20Awareness%2 0Meeting.mp3)
the very definition of noisecore:
XBXRX - Deceiver's Voice (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/XBXRX%20-%20Deceiver's%20Voice.mp3)
XBXRX - The End of Quitting (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/XBXRX%20-%20The%20End%20of%20Quitting.mp3)

maybe more later?

nieh
03-28-2006, 08:09 PM
You already uploaded a chunk of this stuff to another thread, but I just downloaded all the stuff I hadn't heard already.

I actually recognize 13 O'clock by Darker My Love. I downloaded it a long time ago but I think I accidentally deleted it last time I cleaned out my hard drive. I really like it. Summer is Here is good too but 13 O'Clock is better. Neither of them are especially noisy though.

There's something about Dog Police that vaguely reminds me of early Devo and the Aquabats a little bit (partially because the Aquabats do almost nothing but imitate Devo). Maybe I'm just insane.

I like the Flying Luttenbacher's songs you uploaded this time but I remember not liking the stuff you put up before. Maybe I'll have to listen to them again.

Oneida are surprisingly pretty.

Plot to Blow up the Eiffel Tower are really good.

This Moment in Black History are really good too. For some reason the bass reminds me a little of more hardcore Candy Machine stuff. Really the whole song sounds vaguely similar to them in my mind but it's mostly the bass.

Three Bad Jacks are pretty badass.

Dr. Doctor are fucking awesome. I've been listening to them almost daily since you first uploaded their EP not long ago. I'm kind if disappointed I had to settle for downloading it though because I asked them if there's any place I can buy it from and they said I could get it on iTunes =/

Also, I've been listening to the Naked City box set again in my car the last few days so yay for that.

Endymion
03-28-2006, 08:32 PM
i suck and haven't been able to make it to any of the dr. doctor shows lately due to either cancelation or family stuff. but april 7th! april 7th i'm SO there! they put on a hell of a performance. not quite as good as plot to blow up the eiffel tower (probably the best show i've ever been to), but they're better than horse the band (also a damned fine show, though). and much better than all the quasi-generic hardcore band shows i've been to.

Betty
03-28-2006, 09:34 PM
Yeah, I enjoy Dr. Doctor pretty much. I think my favourite song so far is still the "We are becoming ghosts" one, but I may change my mind.

I chose to download a few of the "safer" sounding songs.

Umm... Darker My Love and Three Bad Jacks sounds decent. The things described as dance something or other are okay too, but don't really make me wanna dance as much as I'd like.

Jebus
04-01-2006, 10:29 PM
I could only go through one song per band of about half the list. I think it was a little bit too much to take in for one day.

Anyways, I really enjoyed the instrumentation of the majority of what I heard. I have a soft spot for strange dissonant music in my heart. I love it. However, I was lucky if I could stand half of the vocalists. I donít necessarily hate the screaming. I just didn't like the way some of those people did it. The Daughter Nurse one was great though. You need to upload more of that band.

I wanted to kill the vocalist for Death of Ana Katina ..ugh....

Dog Police was fun.

Oktober Skyline was one of the bands that has the type of screaming that I hate.

Heathers was little bit too much for me to absorb at times

The Flying Luttenbachers were freaken awesome.

You had already gotten me into Naked City in my saxophone thread and I thank you for that. I could confidently say they're one of my favorite bands now.

Oneida, whoa. You went soft after the other stuff. I like it though.

Dr. Doctor = awesome to the max

The Mean Reds - Island of the Sea took me a couple listens to like it. You know... it took me a while to get what was going on.

I didn't like Ex Models - Chrome Hearts.

I like what the instruments were doing for An Albatross but I hated the vocals. It usually takes a while to get into the vocals of any band so I might start liking it later.

Annabel Lee Murders were cool but not my thing.

Black Eyes is once again one of those band that have great instrumentation but don't have the type of vocals that I could enjoy.


I'm surprised you're not a Buckethead fan. If dissonant, crazy, messy, and mathy is your thing, then he seems to play the type of music that's in your range of taste.

Also, have you ever heard of this math rock band called Polvo? When I was through listening to your stuff, I immediately thought you might like them. They aren't nearly as mathy and weird as the stuff you posted but still awesome nonetheless. Actually, Nieh, I think you'd like them too. Check these out.

Polvo - Therman Preasure (http://s22.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=3MRAKAJ2WBROM2JZUJMDYXW0HR)
Polvo - Fractured (Like Chandeliers) (http://s22.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=3G8DX5WODAUI83IHG7ZHWH39PY)

nieh
04-02-2006, 11:11 AM
I actually have some Polvo songs on my computer (or did back in the day anyway). I enjoy them quite a bit. I'll get the ones you uploaded in a little bit.

And I agree about the Black Eyes vocalists being annoying but at the same time I can't imagine their sound working as well as it does if they did it any different.

Endymion
04-02-2006, 04:11 PM
well, i added a few songs to some of the bands, added new bands, and then it told me the message was too long =/. here's the new stuff:

i dunno, easy listenin' rock:
6 Minute Heartstop - A City In NY (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/6%20Minute%20Heartstop%20-%20A%20City%20In%20NY.mp3)
El-Eh Cit-Eh punk/no-wave:
Abe Vigoda - World Map Forever (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Abe%20Vigoda%20-%20World%20Map%20Forever.mp3)
it's kinda loud, but other than that i'm not sure:
Aqui - Roll (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Aqui%20-%20Roll.mp3)
bluesy-punky something something:
Boss Hog - Winn Coma (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Boss%20Hog%20-%20Winn%20Coma.mp3)
spicy, like salsa. not seltzer:
Cato Salsa Experience - Burn a Hole in the Night (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Cato%20Salsa%20Experience%20-%20Burn%20a%20Hole%20in%20the%20Night.mp3)
nintendo set to rock:
Chromelodeon - Chaosium Sword (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Chromelodeon%20-%20Chaosium%20Sword.mp3)
mathy:
Daughters - Damn Those Blood Suckers and Their Good Qualities (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Daughters%20-%20Damn%20Those%20Blood%20Suckers%20And%20Their%20 Good%20Qualities.mp3)
it's loud, it's fast, it's hard:
Ed Gein - The Marlbro Man is a Douche Bag (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Ed%20Gein%20-%20The%20Marlbro%20Man%20is%20a%20Douche%20Bag.mp3 )
electro punky:
Mean Reds - Hidden From My Neffews (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Mean%20Reds%20-%20Hidden%20From%20My%20Neffews.mp3)
dance dance fever:
Moving Units - Submission (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Moving%20Units%20-%20Submission.mp3)
i dunno, one could dance to it. soft, easy:
Numbers - Funny But Sad (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Numbers%20-%20Funny%20But%20Sad.mp3)
post rock:
Oneida - High Life (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Oneida%20-%20High%20Life.mp3)
modern sound:
Pitch Black - Tonopah (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Pitch%20Black%20-%20Tonopah.mp3)
the new face of hardcore:
Some Girls - The DNA Will Have Its Say (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Some%20Girls%20-%20The%20DNA%20Will%20Have%20Its%20Say.mp3)
kinda like... but not... with some of... mixed in... and... :
Song of Zarathustra - Mess of Zero (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Song%20of%20Zarathustra%20-%20Mess%20of%20Zero.mp3)
i have no clue:
This Moment in Black History - Beans and Rice (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/This%20Moment%20in%20Black%20History%20-%20Beans%20and%20Rice.mp3)
modern rockabilly:
Three Bad Jacks - Hell Bound Train (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Three%20Bad%20Jacks%20-%20Hell%20Bound%20Train.mp3)
i command you to dance!:
Up Mine, Sunshine - It Feels Like Tomorrow (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Up%20Mine,%20Sunshine%20-%20It%20Feels%20Like%20Tomorrow.mp3)
kinda indie, kinda rocky, kinda dancy:
Xiu Xiu - Crank Heart (http://www.csulb.edu/~plecnik/music/Xiu%20Xiu%20-%20Crank%20Heart.mp3)

note: fixed the link for quintron - witch in the club, it pointed to the wrong song before...

Endymion
04-07-2006, 09:29 PM
ok, i got some polvo and me gusta mucho.

anyone want to recomment a buckethead album for me to check out?

nieh
04-07-2006, 10:00 PM
I forgot all about downloading those Polvo songs until just now. I like them a whole bunch.

Regarding Buckethead, I'd personally recommend Monsters and Robots as a starting point. It seems to have the most range out of his releases so you'll probably find at least something on there you like. You hear a decent bit of his hyperspeed-jazzy playing, you hear some of his more metally stuff, you hear some silly funkier stuff, some songs that almost pass for Primus (partially because Les Claypool plays on about half the tracks) some campy-"spooky" rapping, some soft acoustic stuff, and some other stuff that I can't remember off the top of my head. Every album is different though, so it really depends on what you want from him. Cuckoo Clocks of Hell is probably his heaviest and most math-y album though, so you might like that one more. It tends to jump from high speed death-metally stuff to silly funky stuff (based on the songs I've heard on it).

Jebus
04-07-2006, 10:35 PM
bah, nieh beat me.

Yeah, every album tends to be completely different. You'll probably only like a small percentage of his work but you'll definitely find at least an album or two that you'll like. I'll upload a couple of mp3s of a few albums.

From Buckethead - Cuckoo Clocks of Hell
Descent to the Damn (http://s17.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=0KR9LQ956U5QX05FXOQXTRCO62)
The Ravines from Falsehood (http://s17.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=2NRZB05DPB9H20MF4AEWOZH5OG)

From Praxis - Transmutation
Crash Victim/Black Science Navigator (http://s17.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=085JJ8IQ95DQ31GAYGG95XB7Z3)
Interface/Stimulatin Loop (http://s17.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=04DW8Z3JX2KAB0QYN9L87TLI4)

From Buckethead - Monsters and Robots
Stick Pit (http://s17.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=0C9UGLYKDBJON2X71RTI33GE0U)
The Ballad of Buckethead (http://s17.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=1RD5KTHX09YAR39VMIIIE2RTCA)


oh yeah, just incase nieh nor I didn't mention it before, it's all instrumental except the accosional song with lyrics or a song with random phrases

nieh
04-07-2006, 10:44 PM
From Praxis - Transmutation
Interface/Stimulatin Loop (http://s17.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=04DW8Z3JX2KAB0QYN9L87TLI4)
Crash Victim/Black Science Navigator (http://s17.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=085JJ8IQ95DQ31GAYGG95XB7Z3)

<3 I've only ever managed to find like 2-3 Praxis songs, and only one of them was actually a full-blown song. Btw Endy, Bill Laswell also is also present on Monsters and Robots and he's the lead member of Praxis. He was also in Painkiller and Last Exit if you weren't already aware of that.

Jebus
04-07-2006, 10:52 PM
I could upload the two albums that I have if you want.

oh yeah, can you upload a couple songs from the Deli Creeps CD. I've come to the conclusion that the postal service is evil and is purposely making me wait for the album. *shakes fist*

nieh
04-07-2006, 10:56 PM
No, that's alright. I'll probably end up buying them sometime.

And the cd's in my car right now. I'll upload 1-2 tracks tomorrow.