When I first saw you posted that I was hesitant to check it out when I saw it titled Dub Side of the Moon... I just said the other day I loved almost every form of music/noise but I have to draw the line at dubstep. Had a buddy who was as big a metal head as me but he was insanely picky when it comes to the sound/style and if he didn't like the singers voice he was out, anyway he went dubstep and I had to pull his metal card. Now he hardly listens to any real metal and instead loves bands like Almost Human and skrillex of course.Don't get me wrong, Pink Floyd is one of my favorite bands of all time, but these guys sure can do a cover:
I mean we could change it, but hell it's been good since 2011...?The title of this thread makes me think of the movie "Napoleon Dynamite".
I haven't watched it either, but I can tell you what made him a legend. Dude ran straight forward on every carry and, despite that, seemed nearly impossible to tackle. He was a zero-hyped fullback on a small-market team that got limited media attention. But, when he played, every football fan in the country wanted to see him run.
I haven't watched this yet don't spoil it for me.