Post your favorite music vid. Or just a sweet one to watch.

ThunderHorse17

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Political song and probably revolutionists. But the spoken dialog parts are so real.

If you don't want to hear the song I'd suggest you at least listen at: 3:10 mark.
 

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Don't get me wrong, Pink Floyd is one of my favorite bands of all time, but these guys sure can do a cover:

 

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Don't get me wrong, Pink Floyd is one of my favorite bands of all time, but these guys sure can do a cover:

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.

But that version was hardly dubstep *thank the lord* and started off very Bluesy and the middle turned Rasta.

Agreed the original is almost untouchable.

I watched a YT video today about metal music before it had a label, sadly the author is a moron and didn't even mention The Doors. Yea they weren't metal in any way, but Jim invented stage diving which is a staple of metal concerts. That and the mosh pit. I'm not a masochist, so I never got in on the elbow fest. But I did stand 1 foot away from a speaker taller than me and I loved it, until I couldn't breathe easily.
 
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The title of this thread makes me think of the movie "Napoleon Dynamite".
I mean we could change it, but hell it's been good since 2011...?

Now that I think about it, when did Napoleon Dynamite come out? Fun fact: I only first watched it last year. And I'm glad i didn't. I don't see why it got cult classic status. It was almost too short and uneventful for me.

More Chris Cornell:

Great song if you missed it.

 
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This one includes the full album. 40 minutes. One of my favorite groups.

1. "White Bird" David LaFlamme, Linda LaFlamme 6:06
2. "Hot Summer Day" David and Linda LaFlamme 5:46
3. "Wasted Union Blues" David LaFlamme 4:00
4. "Girl with No Eyes" David and Linda LaFlamme 3:49
5. "Bombay Calling" Vince Wallace and David LaFlamme 4:25
6. "Bulgaria" David LaFlamme 6:10
7. "Time Is" David LaFlamme. 9:00

On the Marrying Maiden album they an instrumental of
"Don And Dewey" (David LaFlamme) – 5:16 That i can't listen without getting pumped up.

 

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Just discovered this today and just the title told me this was worth sharing here.

Go watch on yt. This song as it turns out came out 5 years ago and only has like 500 views. Or 2500 either way it's dramatically underviewed. Metal band with a awesome chicken singer, but that's just a piece of sweet beautiful music.

If you want to hear that amazing voice killing it in a metal outfit check out the self titled song A Sound of Thunder. Chills man.

On a lighter note for a laugh check out Kill That Bitch. A song urging that guy to ditch his girl for the girl that he deserves, or the girl that just greedily wants him but won't get her hands dirty for some tail.
 

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I haven't watched this yet don't spoil it for me. ;)
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.
 
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On GameDay 98 back on ps1 before I ever even played a madden game, I would always trade Alstott to my team and I would use him as if he was the RB. Rushing and receiving.

That video is amazing. And he did only have one style of running, right through you.
 

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Just randomly played and got me thinkin.

Edit: And I was gonna link the audio only vid, but it had a very sad 600 views :/

And the next one specifically stated the featured singer and as it turns out is acompanied by a fireworks show from Japan in 2015. We don't hate Japan too, do we?

On a side note I got 1 minute into that firework show and it confirms my recent belief that Asians are holding out on the good shit.
 

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OK that was awesome. The solo section had some amazing fireworks. And the ending wow. The song plays perfectly with a firework show.
 

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This was the first time I saw this live video but the substance was there. I'd recommend you check out their physical offering on reverbnation.com