Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by rube, Aug 19, 2020.
Anyone remember The Minutemen?
oh, now you started it...
the ARTE concert series
maybe your music maybe not
check it out and if in doubt ff to 22:35
this is jungle in a French subway
buy yourself a dream and it won't mean nothing
love jungle but la jungle ftw
fuck of a lot of noise for two boys
pangs of Rush madness damn
i always ended up breaking guitars, im not a good player
i treated them like drum machines kinda
since i couldnt play songs right i would make noises i liked
i love repetitive distorted noise that sounds like electromagnetic pulses from within the part of the earth where the monolith dropped the first vibes that made some monkeys shake their ass and some monkeys go kick rocks
this is great stuff
rare i like new rock
but this im really loving
the industrial beat down low behind the rest of the music driving the train
its like the music that used to play in my head all the time
ahhh i hadnt heard this kind of mysic in years anywhere but in my head listening to music from tartars and beduins
when did this come out?
im gonna go look for more!
this some new light from underdark
where the light shines brightest
lot of Bowie stuff coming out i've never seen and/or heard
the album Toy is freaking amazing music
then theres this 05 final performance that is beyond words
i never knew the footage existed
where is all this coming from?
some of its around the celebration of his 75th birthday and the fb pages are just overflowing so it must be insiders
from what i understand about the toy music is he left tin machine and started recording w dorsey, slick, garson , visconti et al
a lot of the songs had been recorded earlier in his career and gone unnoticed for the most part
somehow it just got left behind and he wanted to get into hours, outside, earthling, heathen which is and era even most hardcore fans don't know but i love
apparently the intention had always been to revisit Toy but things changed and now they changed again
on first listen it sounds like "oh yeah that's Bowie" but like most of his best stuff it requires multiple listens and it doesn't disappoint
the production is first rate and his storytelling is as strong as ever
truly a gift to those left behind
his original artwork, oh and they dropped a huge cache of live music called brilliant live adventures mostly focused on his underrated 90s works...i'm in heaven
i've got a thousand little Bowie gifts and can open slowly and drink deeply
That's great Bowie. And all of Bowie is pretty much great anyway. Wow.
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