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Oh, that's a truly lovely one!

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:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

This week, Ned has been mostly listening to.......

CORPSE OF DECADENCE - DISCHARGE

JESUS BUILT MY HOT ROD (EXTENDED) - MINISTRY


really, really, really fcuking loud.......

(.......AND LOTS OF OTHER STUFF OF A SIMILAR VEIN, BECAUSE I AM SERIOUSLY PISSED OFF.......)

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Have you been Ding a long dong your ding a lang a do dah Ned?

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abso-feckin-lutely brother ted...

...and thanks for showing an interest...

(i personally think the discharge track is better though...)


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In Case of Fire (crap name for a band I know...) "This Time we Stand"

Kinda like TOOL gone a bit Emo.... or a bit Emo gone all Tool. Whatever, I rather like it! Some rather fabby guitar and bass work, and rather good vocals too.

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=iGU7MJB7_2s


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Those White lies chappies, that seem to be flavour of the week this week. The single is pretty damn ace but the album is pretty much what you'd expect and very much nothing we haven't heard before when it comes to modern bands trying to recreate the 80's indie sound(Interpol, Editors etc) but the singer sounds scarily like Julian Cope.

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Agreed, the single "To lose my life" is pretty damn fab.... have not heard owt else by them yet though.


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Cantata Sangui: On Rituals and Correspondence in Constructed Realities

An avant-garde approach gothic/black/doom metal band. All guitar parts played by a variety of four, five and twelve string bass guitars.

Highly recommendable! *cthulhu*


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A TWELVE STRING BASS? Bugger me, I bet that's a right bastard to play...!!! :shock:


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A TWELVE STRING BASS? Bugger me, I bet that's a right bastard to play...!!! :shock:


Both bass players are quite basstards indeed.. 8)


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Lord Mureth wrote:
A TWELVE STRING BASS? Bugger me, I bet that's a right bastard to play...!!! :shock:


actually no , my bassist almost bought one, we saw in a local shop.

its set up the way a traditional twelve string guitar is -in sets- in this case 4 sets of 3 with gradient string diameters in the sets, producing a thick multi-octave sound. The same thing you would get if a Octavia pedal pitch transposer/shifter effect were used.


http://www.globalbass.com/archives/july ... basses.htm

but many instruments have more than your standard, 7 srtings have been around in classical and Jazz for a long time actually, Rusty Cooley has been using 8 & 9 stringed ones, there are 12 string guitars that have all SEPARATE stings though as well.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsSc_AUTwbM

I own a 7S -init purdy?

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but I want an 8S.

http://namm.harmony-central.com/WNAMM07 ... 320BK.html

I know most people tune these with 2 extra low strings , but why step on the bass even more and reduce your tone range? I like having the extra low I want an extra high as well. But really I mainly use 6s . the thicker neck of the 7 hurts my hand. I mean you only get 12 damn notes anyway repeated over and over . high low its all the same damn thing :roll:


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Ghost Buffalo - The Magician

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Type O Negative's "Christian Woman". *smoking*

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The Slimp - Gloria

A remarkable German Darkwave band. If you don't know the you should check them out. :wink:

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I often listen to music in my head, especially when I've been been drinking.
Right now I'm hearing Reanimator done by William Shatner!!! :shock: :shock: :shock:

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^ I'll have what he's on...and have you got the remix by a Mr L. Nimoy??


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Jesus, people,

UPLOAD IT RIGHT NOW!

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I love William Shatner. I love Reanimator. Please, someone, make this happen!!!


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And I love Leonard Nimoy even more! Maybe we should ask Shatner and Nimoy to do some Neph covers? They are quite approachable, those ST folks, and they seem not to mind contributing to random wierdness:

http://pl.youtube.com/watch?v=hl6VpmjKZAs

Nimoy's Celebrate, Shatner's Pazuzu (those fast verses!), Uhura singing WoS/AtwyHBa . . . :idea:

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