5 Albums That Changed The Way You Listened To Music

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  1. bluefalcon_ad

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    Drone metal is better than all of the ---- on that list combined. Hell yes.

    Though, what a way to start off with The Doors. C'mon, of all things, a compilation? Did you at least snab their debut?

    And as you listen to a lot more music, you do tend to see things more unified than what you assume. Allowing certain tastes and viewpoints to grow on you and accepting them will make you look back on what you DID listen to and view it differently.

    For instance, Nevermind SUCKS. After you listen to all the substance and heart that other alternative rock has, looking back on Nevermind makes you want to puke, it won't even be significant in changing anything anymore, in fact.

    Nirvanafail. =O
     
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    Still waiting for my buttload of stuff Blue.
     
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    Yeah I just put the compilation up there cause it has a mixture of their songs. And yeah I was gonna originally say the original LP album.

    Nevermind sucks IN YOUR OPINION. Nirvana was the first grunge band and Nevermind is what got Nirvana famous. I certainly don't think Smells Like Teen Spirit is their best song, in fact its so generic and redundant I find it slightly annoying to listen to these days.
     
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    lol Green River was the first grunge band. In fact, I think there was one even before them, however I can't remember right now. Probably Tales of Terror. Or whatever.

    Dinosaur Jr. did all the sludge and graininess of grunge before Nirvana did and they did it with a lot more heart, soul, and power than Nirvana could even imagine to do themselves. Nevermind sucks because compared to everything, it has no heart as Dinosaur Jr. did.

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    How can you say there is no heart or soul in Nevermind, if you read Kurt's biography you'll realise just how much he put into all his songs and he especially hated people who didn't even think about the meaning behind the lyrics. Sure it may not be as evident in Nevermind, but in other albums like 'In Utero' there is a lot of deep meaning behind the songs, and a lot of heart and soul poured into each.

    Stop being a hater lol :P
     
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    I have no order.
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    Not talking In Utero, that was actually solid. However, Nevermind was meh. Exemplifying the heart musically is a toughy, Nirvana just had to go poof by the time they managed to finally hit the key. 'Tis sad.


    And Majbot. 13 Songs is epic, amirite?! ^_^ Violent Femmes woo. ^_^ Genghis Tron. ^_^
     
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    In that case I agree, but some of the songs are catchy :P

    If you're going to send Maj some songs, mind sending me them as well? After all of this I feel kinda bad, like I really don't listen to much variety of music.. I think you could help me there as I do want to expand my listening. Even if you could list some songs or something that would be helpful :D
     
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    13 Songs is an album by Fugazi. Ummm, I can probably send you a bunch of albums via PM. Just make sure you have WinRAR or something to extract a .rar or .zip folder.

    Oh, and I need to send stuff to MP, too. =O I want to know what it was I was supposed to send.

    I'm falling behind oh noes. =O
     
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    You got BT - TBU?
     
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    That works out fine I have winrar, thanks if you could :)
     
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    You still haven't gotten that? Damn, I'll send it once I get back from school.
     
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    Nirvana ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Red Hot Chili Peppers ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Pearl Jam ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Jane's Addiction ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Guns N' Roses ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Green Day ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Gorillaz ROCKY GUITAR/KEYBOARD MUSIC
    Flipper ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    The Doors PSYCHEDELIC ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Dire Straits ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    The Damned ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC
    Daft Punk ROCKY SYNTH MUSIC
    Avenged Sevenfold ROCKY GUITAR MUSIC

    I see no reggae, no grindhouse. I see no dance-ska, no drone metal. I see a bunch of bands that basically lead you into a genre, because they arn't properly different, they are the image that the general public with no musical sense see a genre as. None are original, and none of them are that different to the rest. I would say that's one of the least musically diverse lists I've seen actually.

    And no, none of those bands changed the way you listened to music.

    Oh, I've just realised I havn't listed 5 albums yet. I'll do it tomorrow.
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    Oh I see, so because they involve a guitar they're all the same.. That makes perfect sense.

    How the ------ would you know the bands didn't change the way I listened to music? Do you know me, you ------ing stalking me?

    I don't follow ANY of these bands because of popularity, but purely because I like the sound of their music. How do you know these don't impact or relate to my life? I'm not an ignorant person who listens to music because it makes me feel cool or gets me friends. I listen because I LOVE it man. If I could have been bothered I would have posted ALL the bands I listen to and this wouldn't have started.

    And you're telling me I have no musical sense? You sound like one of those retards who thinks heavy metal is ---- because its just "screaming and noise". I'm sorry I don't listen to ----- dance and grind house, get used to it not everyone hears music the same just like people see art differently.
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    I'm not saying the bands are bad, I'm not saying they're all the same. I'm saying that they do not span enough genres to count as an "abundance". I have no problems with your taste, I don't really care what other people listen to and everyone is entitled to their own opinion, I just object to people who claim to listen to a huge variety of music when in reality they have reasonably limited tastes.
     
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    Welll, like I said I would have posted more artists.. Probably shouldn't have said "abundance of genres" lol
     
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    No. Fraggin Inverse. Where is that ho anyway?
     

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