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Another frognigger singing thread...

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Do you guys ever listen to praise breaks?
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powerful webm
>liek dis if u crie evertim

what is this anime?
Pepe goes to Church pt. 1
Rare Pepes #032


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>Jew me, sue me Everybody, do me
>Kick me, kike me Don't you black or white me
what did he mean by this?
Let go of the kid, Michael.
He was a gay pedo nigger angry at Spielberg for not casting him as Peter Pan and thinking he plagiarized the Dreamworks logo from the Neverland Ranch logo. He wasn't a secretly based nazi like sub three-digit IQ pol likes to pretend.
What a freak. Glad he is dead.
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>What a freak. Glad he is dead
I denounce the talmud. Find a new cope pedo enabler.

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I post 3:
> "I don't want to set the world afire"
> "Oh flaming youth, set the world on fire!" - Kiss
> "C'mon, baby, light my fire" - The Doors
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He killed himself like the gigantic faggot loser he was.
This girl is on fire
Oh damn, you must've got one of them
Combustible heads
I read an article all about them
You're on fire
You're on fire
I won't lie
You're on fire
Combustible head (I won't lie)
Combustible head (I won't lie)
Combustible head (I won't lie)
Combustible head
When he hears the fire bell chime,
Fireman Sam is there on time.
Putting on his coat and hat,
In less than seven seconds flat.
He's always on the scene, Fireman Sam.
And his engine's bright and clean, Fireman Sam.
You cannot ignore,
Sam is the hero next door.
Driving down the busy streets,
Greeting people that he meets.
Someone could be in a jam
So hurry, hurry, Fireman Sam.
He's always on the scene, Fireman Sam.
And his engine's bright and clean, Fireman Sam.

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This is why JPEGMAFIA is always angry
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Whites who listen to and enjoy this "artist" are complete idiots
Listen to Kaevum or Burzum as a pallette cleanser.
TBF I'm also angry, scared and disgusted by the presence of White people, this is a normal reaction considering history, politics and economic factors
What a fucking racist. Count your blessings.
If they want a black audience they should be making rap that appeals to blacks

What is Jimi Hendrix's greatest song?
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Pali Gap and 1983 (A Merman I Should Turn to Be)
Also based choices
bold as love
For me, it’s Purple Rain

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>As Elvis became the biggest pop star in America during 1956, rock-and-roll acts quicky flooded the charts. While rock records accounted for around 30% of the Billboard Hot 30 in '55, during '56 the figure climbed to 66%. Record hops, where teens would gather to hear DJs spin rock-and-roll records, exploded in popularity despite the attempts of parents, educators, and civic groups to ban them.

>Aside from the attempts by older artists to cover rock numbers, there was ersatz rock. Thus Perry Como's "Jukebox Baby", Kay Starr's "Rock and Roll Waltz", and all Pat Boone songs which appealed to parents and that sub-population of shy, nerdy teens who found Elvis too intimidating.

>A Billboard survey of 100 station owners found that some were stubborn and would have nothing to do with rock-and-roll but most had to bow to the inevitable and change their programming practices to reflect the new direction of music.
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it was a really interesting time. the invention of the transistor radio in the mid 50s had a revolutionary effect on popular music demographics, and by extension the music itself
it meant teenagers could listen to music on their own/with friends, outside the influence of their parents who had control of the expensive valve receiver in the home

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Queen of Pop!
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i would make her do 60 squats everyday to get that brapper weight up. she'd be unstoppable
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This is 4chan in a nutshell. 2 retards arguing back and forth whether someone is 19 or 23, and in reality she's 21.
I want Olivia to be mine

time to throw rocks at cars

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I want music that'll make me want to self destruct entirely, fucking, killing, and dying cause it'll be fun and trashy.
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Back in high school I bought a Deathconciousness reissue that came with the little booklet thing and my mom found it in my drawer and thought I was joining a cult.
This should do the job
anon this just makes me fear for my life
Kys OP

I found a new wave band who was using basedjaks in their album art back in 1983

Holy kek
Second from left is me
Average Yuropoor
who's the fifth soijak u ask? Well, there's only one vowel left in the middle, so the person looking at this cover, 'I' am the fifth soi. damn...

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>album that solved grunge
It doesn't get better than this
Great album. Alice has four better and Soundgarden has two.
stone temple feds
Purple is vastly superior.
The rare sophomore success

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isn't it weird that over time the perception of what is fast or heavy music changed so drastically? something like the who was back in the days and now we're all used to technical brutal death metal

is that really only about the slow progression of music which everyone got used to or has it also to do with our lives at a whole speeding up?

i'm not vegan 63
guys 3 threads today and no replies. if it goes on like this i'm afraid i will have to move to /lgbt/
interesting thread but sorry I got nothing to add

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>After two years of legal fights, Tool returned with Lateralus (Volcano Entertainment, 2001), which stood as both their most experimental and their most visceral album: convoluted counterpoint, ethnic nuances, gothic atmospheres, stately solos. More importantly, Tool had finally mastered the art of the lengthy suite.
>Guitarist Adam Jones, vocalist Maynard James Keenan, bassist Justin Chancellor and, best of all, drummer Danny Carey, one of modern rock's true virtuosi refined the album's songs to manic levels.
Most tracks are actually multi-part suites, each movement preparing and defining the next one, in the tradition of a praxis made popular by 1970s' progressive-rock (King Crimson, Van Der Graaf Generator). Thus, the dimensions are monumental, epic, apocalyptic. The eight minute The Grudge (tribal beat, vocal metamorphoses, burning blues guitar), the eight-minute Ticks and Leeches (frantic neurosis, expressionist shouting, quiet strumming, stormy reprise) and the nine-minute Lateralus (martial crescendo, drums and vocals dueting alone, cathartic guitar solo, hushed meditation, raga-like sidereal guitar solo, noisy tense ending) are mini-operas that search the bottom of the soul for active volcanos of passion.
>Some of these songs are Freudian sessions that elicit all possible interior demons: Parabol/ Parabola (an Indian-psychedelic lament followed by the album's most virulent riff), The Patient (that starts slow and then soars hymn-like), Schism (Middle-Eastern melody, crashing instrumental crescendos), and finally the almost sacred triptych of Disposition (a subdued meditation with tabla), Reflection (eleven minutes of Middle-Eastern and Indian dances) and Triad (a supersonic and haunting post-Hendrixian instrumental), each of the three songs digging an emotional black hole for the next one to sink into.
>This is an imposing, awe-inspiring achievement.
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listening to tool
Alan Alda lookin' ass
Didn't he want to rape some kids he saw on his trip to Italy?
Isnt it the case that his reviews are generated by very early version of ai?
Alex Grey fan first, Tool fan second here. I don't interact with the Tool fan base, care, or want to learn about all the "epic math" or "Fibonacci-ism" in the song writing. I think most of Lateralus, some 10,000 Days, and a few songs off Ænima are fun guilty pleasure listens & that's it. As an outsider looking in (that listens to most of their stuff for workouts), I think the biggest problems Tool has is
>200IQ Rick and Morty watchers building up just another alt metal band to be King Crimson (when it's a more nuanced Deftones at best)
>The band not fully denying it.
One of the videos I watched of Tool had one of the band members, I think Maynard, hitting a drum with a dildo in gutterpunk makeup. How can Tool even begin to distance themselves from the fanbase if that's the stage presence?

Also OP, TL;DR

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