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Mercury Rev, Flaming Lips, Spiritualized, Smashing Pumpkins, Sonic Youth, Norma Jean, Dazzling Killmen, Zao, Training for Utopia, The Birthday Party, Converge, King Black Acid, Butthole Surfers, Jane's Addiction, Arcade Fire, And You Will Know Us By The Trail of Dead, Eels, Interpol, Nada Surf, Wu Tang Clan,

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  • DeafMetal I was making a pun on my username. If I were you I probably wouldn't blast my music at full volume.
    March 26 03:48 PM
  • Satellite well i don't really do it all that often tbh. but i live in an apartment complex consisting almost entirely of college kids, so the noise is sort of commonplace. sometimes i feel like, "well these other assholes are always making noise, so why should i have to keep things quiet?" and i assume everyone else is thinking the same thing, so it just sorta perpetuates. i have had people complain a couple times but it's usually just like "hey man, i'm studying, can you keep it down for a little bit?"
    March 25 01:23 AM
  • Yotimi I'm more partial to later MR, but tbh I don't think I've ever listened to Yerself is Steem
    March 20 10:46 PM
  • Yotimi haha, yeah Mercury Rev are great. I like pretty much any band David Fridmann has produced.
    March 20 08:12 PM
  • ConsiderPhlebas My point is specifically to do with a band that had a developed philisophical position within a genre they felt drawn to. The type of riffs they played, the fact that they didn't sound like Black Flag or Minor Threat - these things are immaterial. They chose to play aggressive punk music, to challenge and provoke. 'Hardcore' actually describes something, in this sense. What does 'post-hardcore' describe? It's cosmetic, hollow and pointless categorization.
    February 15 07:26 PM

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