Music thread? Come and share. I need to expand my horizons.

Zeze

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Lune - Healing Song [Easy Listening / Vocal trance?] This is just a nice relaxing song to chill out to. The best part is when the EDM breakout happens. She sings well too. How can you not like this song?

Arch Enemy - Snowbound [Slow metal / ballad] This is nothing but an instrumental guitar composition. So much emotion conveyed by those notes... pinched harmonics, vibrato, all making that guitar cry.. 0:55 is just absolutely gut wrenching.

Kygo - We Stole the Show [House / Pop] Mothereffin' Kygo. My friend introduced me to this song - he says this will be his retirement song. It's very apt.

Opeth - Ghost of Perdition [Death Metal] Alright let's get some real show going on here. I used to think metal was silly. Man this Swedish band got some SERIOUS talent and the song has a lot of heart. Lots of slow-downs, beautiful vocals, and pure heart-thumping

Samurai Chanploo OST - Shiki No Uta [Japanese ballad] Just absolutely poetic. Beautiful singing.
 
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Here you go. Some real people actually doing real music

 

sdifox

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What is wrong with the existing music threads?
 
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Opeth are my favorite, Morningrise is still my favorite album ever after hearing it in the 90s.

These days, I'm hooked on ADHD

Also, Delvon Lamar Organ Trio

And still, after decades of listening to black metal, Ihsahn's music always blows my mind
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cG_oEUQDeY
 
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If you think you are ready for it, give The Future Sound of Music a listen, by Ulver .... Masters of .... ummm .... changing genres every couple of years and inventing new ones
 
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Lune - Healing Song [Easy Listening / Vocal trance?] This is just a nice relaxing song to chill out to. The best part is when the EDM breakout happens. She sings well too. How can you not like this song?

Arch Enemy - Snowbound [Slow metal / ballad] This is nothing but an instrumental guitar composition. So much emotion conveyed by those notes... pinched harmonics, vibrato, all making that guitar cry.. 0:55 is just absolutely gut wrenching.

Kygo - We Stole the Show [House / Pop] Mothereffin' Kygo. My friend introduced me to this song - he says this will be his retirement song. It's very apt.

Opeth - Ghost of Perdition [Death Metal] Alright let's get some real show going on here. I used to think metal was silly. Man this Swedish band got some SERIOUS talent and the song has a lot of heart. Lots of slow-downs, beautiful vocals, and pure heart-thumping

Samurai Chanploo OST - Shiki No Uta [Japanese ballad] Just absolutely poetic. Beautiful singing.
That Arch Enemy song was really nice. I looked up some more of their stuff and I wish I could just get the tracks without the "vocals".

Anyway, my contribution to this thread is Erotomania by Dream Theater, but I'm assuming you're familiar with them already.

 
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On the subject of more prog metal type stuff, I assume Zeze you are probably already familiar with Leprous, but, if not, here yah go...

 

Zeze

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On the subject of more prog metal type stuff, I assume Zeze you are probably already familiar with Leprous, but, if not, here yah go...

No I am not. Will listen tonight.
 
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Some more prog metal. Wait for the riff to kick in.

 
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If you like Japanese Music, are you familiar with Kazuki Tomokawa (he was in the Takashi Miike Movie "Izo" and did the soundtrack, really interesting style he has.)


For something more beautiful and subtle, Anneke & Danny performing Anathema tunes is indescribable.





Audio only "A Naatural Disaster" performance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3W8xNQ-pbQ
 

DigDog

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Why?

Because sometimes you gotta let go of the search for extreme music, and remember when music just felt good.

Sure i can post you some hypermetal; grassroots sabbath covers, banjo bluegrass, experimental jazz or terrorcore bugglegum pop.
But not today.
 
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Why?

Because sometimes you gotta let go of the search for extreme music, and remember when music just felt good.

Sure i can post you some hypermetal; grassroots sabbath covers, banjo bluegrass, experimental jazz or terrorcore bugglegum pop.
But not today.
Charles Bradley covering Changes by Black Sabbath ?

 

DigDog

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Charles Bradley covering Changes by Black Sabbath ?
Actually, no. I was thinking Brown Sabbath:

But i could go on;
Beat It Trooper - MJ + Maiden mashup
or Children Of Bodom covering Britney Spears, or even Creedence
or "In A Metal Mood", Pat Boone doing a full album of metal covers.

Im keeping under wraps the *really* weird stuff: ska punk covers of Zappa, beethoven drum covers, chiptune bach, and barbershop jazz versions of show tunes.
 
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Actually, no. I was thinking Brown Sabbath:

But i could go on;
Beat It Trooper - MJ + Maiden mashup
or Children Of Bodom covering Britney Spears, or even Creedence
or "In A Metal Mood", Pat Boone doing a full album of metal covers.

Im keeping under wraps the *really* weird stuff: ska punk covers of Zappa, beethoven drum covers, chiptune bach, and barbershop jazz versions of show tunes.
I meant ... how about some Charles Bradley covering Black Sabbath as ... "some music that just feels good" :)

That said, I love both of Brownouts Brown Sabbath cover albums quite a lot. Like, they are among my very very favorites. They were so damn good, that I bought their entire catalog, and those are the first latin funk albums I have ever bought. Now I like latin funk, because of them opening my mind. They are like Cuato!
 

DigDog

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What about Easy Star' All-Stars ?

They are a reggae-dub bad specializing in making full-album covers; for example their first album
 

DigDog

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What about Easy Star' All-Stars ?


They are a reggae-dub bad specializing in making full-album covers; for example their first album, Dub Side Of The Moon, is a note-for-note cover (dub style, obviously) of Pink Floyd's Dark Side Of The Moon.
 
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What about Easy Star' All-Stars ?


They are a reggae-dub bad specializing in making full-album covers; for example their first album, Dub Side Of The Moon, is a note-for-note cover (dub style, obviously) of Pink Floyd's Dark Side Of The Moon.
I like King Tubby and Prince Jammys music, this sounds like something I MUST hear!
 

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