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« Reply #100 on: June 21, 2007, 08:37:04 PM »
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« Reply #101 on: June 21, 2007, 08:52:28 PM »
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I'm guessing Vaughan Penn is the artist and Brokenhearted is the album. Never heard of it, or heard it. :|

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« Reply #102 on: June 21, 2007, 09:22:22 PM »
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Public enemy had some of the best lyrics and beats out back then. The last couple years I've been getting I guess introduced more to Run DMC because I don't remember that much from them other than the song My Adidas. I think they were mostly early eighties and I was too young probably.


How about Run DMC and Aerosmith together?    'Walk This Way'!   :uh:



Oh Yeah!!! That song was killer, I think that was one of the first rap/rock musical fussions right? Or was that Blondie?


Rapture was more of a fusion of new wave/pop and rap, but during that time rap was in itself a fusion of styles. Take a backing track of whatever, and rap over it. 'Walk This Way' was only Run DMC's biggest and most successfull rap/rock song. They pretty much made a career over taking metal and rock riffs and creating raps over them. The first one I head was King Of Rock from a couple years before that.
Ice-T (yes the same Ice T from Law & Order SVU) mined the same field in a different way, with more of a rap/rock/punk esthetic. He was also in an extremely controversial rock/rap group called Body Count.


I actually shook his hand at a Lollapolooza concert and I bought a Body Count CD because I was in to that stuff.


I was into the rap side. I had 6 in the Mornin' and Power, plus the original NWA (8 Ball etc...), but after that Gansta Rap took over and I lost interest (even though Ice T & NWA wrote the blueprint). What I liked about rap was the inventiveness and willingness to experiment. When NWA and Dr Dre took over and everyone else fell in line, I dropped out. A few forays with PM Dawn and Disposable Heroes of Hipopracy (speaking of Public Enemy), but in general I never went back to rap. I never really took to the heavier side of rap, or rock.



I don't really remember ICE-T as a rapper, I remember more of the media hoopla that surrounded him though. I agree, post Gangsta rap era hip hop music has become much less creative and inventive than hip hop music of the 80's. 80's rappers acutally told creative stories that made sense, it was more about the music, lyrics and having a good time. Now hip hop is more about the image and less about actual musical content and lyrics. It's really hard to find good hip hop these days, though there are artist like Common, Outkast, Roots, Mos def, little brother etc... When I want to listen to hip hop it's almost exclusively old school hip hop. Current hip hop has become an image is everything commercial mess, but I guess that's probably true of most current music.
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« Reply #103 on: June 22, 2007, 08:54:13 AM »
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Public enemy had some of the best lyrics and beats out back then. The last couple years I've been getting I guess introduced more to Run DMC because I don't remember that much from them other than the song My Adidas. I think they were mostly early eighties and I was too young probably.


How about Run DMC and Aerosmith together?    'Walk This Way'!   :uh:



Oh Yeah!!! That song was killer, I think that was one of the first rap/rock musical fussions right? Or was that Blondie?


Rapture was more of a fusion of new wave/pop and rap, but during that time rap was in itself a fusion of styles. Take a backing track of whatever, and rap over it. 'Walk This Way' was only Run DMC's biggest and most successfull rap/rock song. They pretty much made a career over taking metal and rock riffs and creating raps over them. The first one I head was King Of Rock from a couple years before that.
Ice-T (yes the same Ice T from Law & Order SVU) mined the same field in a different way, with more of a rap/rock/punk esthetic. He was also in an extremely controversial rock/rap group called Body Count.


I actually shook his hand at a Lollapolooza concert and I bought a Body Count CD because I was in to that stuff.


I was into the rap side. I had 6 in the Mornin' and Power, plus the original NWA (8 Ball etc...), but after that Gansta Rap took over and I lost interest (even though Ice T & NWA wrote the blueprint). What I liked about rap was the inventiveness and willingness to experiment. When NWA and Dr Dre took over and everyone else fell in line, I dropped out. A few forays with PM Dawn and Disposable Heroes of Hipopracy (speaking of Public Enemy), but in general I never went back to rap. I never really took to the heavier side of rap, or rock.



I don't really remember ICE-T as a rapper, I remember more of the media hoopla that surrounded him though. I agree, post Gangsta rap era hip hop music has become much less creative and inventive than hip hop music of the 80's. 80's rappers acutally told creative stories that made sense, it was more about the music, lyrics and having a good time. Now hip hop is more about the image and less about actual musical content and lyrics. It's really hard to find good hip hop these days, though there are artist like Common, Outkast, Roots, Mos def, little brother etc... When I want to listen to hip hop it's almost exclusively old school hip hop. Current hip hop has become an image is everything commercial mess, but I guess that's probably true of most current music.


You don't remember 'F!ck the Police'?   I don't remember any other songs right now because it has been to long since I have listened to Ice-T.   He was involved in the movie Ricochet with some acting and songs.  I think I have that soundtrack or maybe the song Ricochet was on another one of his albums...............my memory is s**te!   :(    What rapper/group did the song for the movie Colors?  "Colors, colors, colors, cu-colors, colors, I am a nightmare walking, pychopath talking, blah, blah, blah, quick is my fuse!"   :uh:  ;)

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« Reply #104 on: June 22, 2007, 08:58:59 AM »
I jammed on some sweet music on the way into work this morning.  I listened to The Pixies-Doolittle, and then Fall Out Boy-From Under the Cork Tree, the song 'Sugar, We're Going Down' is nasty sweet!

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« Reply #105 on: June 22, 2007, 09:48:16 AM »
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Public enemy had some of the best lyrics and beats out back then. The last couple years I've been getting I guess introduced more to Run DMC because I don't remember that much from them other than the song My Adidas. I think they were mostly early eighties and I was too young probably.


How about Run DMC and Aerosmith together?    'Walk This Way'!   :uh:



Oh Yeah!!! That song was killer, I think that was one of the first rap/rock musical fussions right? Or was that Blondie?


Rapture was more of a fusion of new wave/pop and rap, but during that time rap was in itself a fusion of styles. Take a backing track of whatever, and rap over it. 'Walk This Way' was only Run DMC's biggest and most successfull rap/rock song. They pretty much made a career over taking metal and rock riffs and creating raps over them. The first one I head was King Of Rock from a couple years before that.
Ice-T (yes the same Ice T from Law & Order SVU) mined the same field in a different way, with more of a rap/rock/punk esthetic. He was also in an extremely controversial rock/rap group called Body Count.


I actually shook his hand at a Lollapolooza concert and I bought a Body Count CD because I was in to that stuff.


I was into the rap side. I had 6 in the Mornin' and Power, plus the original NWA (8 Ball etc...), but after that Gansta Rap took over and I lost interest (even though Ice T & NWA wrote the blueprint). What I liked about rap was the inventiveness and willingness to experiment. When NWA and Dr Dre took over and everyone else fell in line, I dropped out. A few forays with PM Dawn and Disposable Heroes of Hipopracy (speaking of Public Enemy), but in general I never went back to rap. I never really took to the heavier side of rap, or rock.



I don't really remember ICE-T as a rapper, I remember more of the media hoopla that surrounded him though. I agree, post Gangsta rap era hip hop music has become much less creative and inventive than hip hop music of the 80's. 80's rappers acutally told creative stories that made sense, it was more about the music, lyrics and having a good time. Now hip hop is more about the image and less about actual musical content and lyrics. It's really hard to find good hip hop these days, though there are artist like Common, Outkast, Roots, Mos def, little brother etc... When I want to listen to hip hop it's almost exclusively old school hip hop. Current hip hop has become an image is everything commercial mess, but I guess that's probably true of most current music.


You don't remember 'F!ck the Police'?   I don't remember any other songs right now because it has been to long since I have listened to Ice-T.   He was involved in the movie Ricochet with some acting and songs.  I think I have that soundtrack or maybe the song Ricochet was on another one of his albums...............my memory is s**te!   :(    What rapper/group did the song for the movie Colors?  "Colors, colors, colors, cu-colors, colors, I am a nightmare walking, pychopath talking, blah, blah, blah, quick is my fuse!"   :uh:  ;)


That would be Ice T. He did the soundtrack to Colors and Original Gangster. That's about the time I kind of got sick of all the 'woe is me look at the violence in my life, just a minute while I kill this punk and steal his car' kind of crap.

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« Reply #106 on: June 22, 2007, 10:42:12 AM »
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Public enemy had some of the best lyrics and beats out back then. The last couple years I've been getting I guess introduced more to Run DMC because I don't remember that much from them other than the song My Adidas. I think they were mostly early eighties and I was too young probably.


How about Run DMC and Aerosmith together?    'Walk This Way'!   :uh:



Oh Yeah!!! That song was killer, I think that was one of the first rap/rock musical fussions right? Or was that Blondie?


Rapture was more of a fusion of new wave/pop and rap, but during that time rap was in itself a fusion of styles. Take a backing track of whatever, and rap over it. 'Walk This Way' was only Run DMC's biggest and most successfull rap/rock song. They pretty much made a career over taking metal and rock riffs and creating raps over them. The first one I head was King Of Rock from a couple years before that.
Ice-T (yes the same Ice T from Law & Order SVU) mined the same field in a different way, with more of a rap/rock/punk esthetic. He was also in an extremely controversial rock/rap group called Body Count.


I actually shook his hand at a Lollapolooza concert and I bought a Body Count CD because I was in to that stuff.


I was into the rap side. I had 6 in the Mornin' and Power, plus the original NWA (8 Ball etc...), but after that Gansta Rap took over and I lost interest (even though Ice T & NWA wrote the blueprint). What I liked about rap was the inventiveness and willingness to experiment. When NWA and Dr Dre took over and everyone else fell in line, I dropped out. A few forays with PM Dawn and Disposable Heroes of Hipopracy (speaking of Public Enemy), but in general I never went back to rap. I never really took to the heavier side of rap, or rock.



I don't really remember ICE-T as a rapper, I remember more of the media hoopla that surrounded him though. I agree, post Gangsta rap era hip hop music has become much less creative and inventive than hip hop music of the 80's. 80's rappers acutally told creative stories that made sense, it was more about the music, lyrics and having a good time. Now hip hop is more about the image and less about actual musical content and lyrics. It's really hard to find good hip hop these days, though there are artist like Common, Outkast, Roots, Mos def, little brother etc... When I want to listen to hip hop it's almost exclusively old school hip hop. Current hip hop has become an image is everything commercial mess, but I guess that's probably true of most current music.


You don't remember 'F!ck the Police'?   I don't remember any other songs right now because it has been to long since I have listened to Ice-T.   He was involved in the movie Ricochet with some acting and songs.  I think I have that soundtrack or maybe the song Ricochet was on another one of his albums...............my memory is s**te!   :(    What rapper/group did the song for the movie Colors?  "Colors, colors, colors, cu-colors, colors, I am a nightmare walking, pychopath talking, blah, blah, blah, quick is my fuse!"   :uh:  ;)


That would be Ice T. He did the soundtrack to Colors and Original Gangster. That's about the time I kind of got sick of all the 'woe is me look at the violence in my life, just a minute while I kill this punk and steal his car' kind of crap.


O-G, original gangsta, O-G, original gangsta!  I can't believe I forgot that one.   I follow you on the repetitive-decline of rap.

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« Reply #107 on: June 24, 2007, 05:57:52 PM »
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Kings of Leon and Modest Mouse

...this reminds me, have to update the 2007 Concert thread


Although I posted this just a couple of weeks ago, I'll update.

Beck - Guerolito
Modest Mouse - We Were Dead Before The Ship Ever Sank
Kings of Leon - Aha Shake Heartbreak
Kings of Leon - Because Of The Times
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« Reply #108 on: June 24, 2007, 06:37:19 PM »
I love this song even though it old  

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« Reply #109 on: June 26, 2007, 05:21:49 PM »
Anyone who's seen Hewlett Packard comercials from a few years ago will recognise a song called 'Perpetuum Motion' from the Penguin Cafe Orchestra. It's a perfect song, except that it might go on a bit longer.
It calls to mind Pachbell's Cannon, more energetic, but just as beautiful.  Penguin Cafe had hit some golden moments before, but they've also come up with some stinkers.
This song is one of the best ever IMO. :)

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« Reply #110 on: June 27, 2007, 03:48:00 PM »
Listening to some sweet old Blue Oyster Cult - Spectres
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« Reply #111 on: June 27, 2007, 07:12:30 PM »
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Public enemy had some of the best lyrics and beats out back then. The last couple years I've been getting I guess introduced more to Run DMC because I don't remember that much from them other than the song My Adidas. I think they were mostly early eighties and I was too young probably.


How about Run DMC and Aerosmith together?    'Walk This Way'!   :uh:



Oh Yeah!!! That song was killer, I think that was one of the first rap/rock musical fussions right? Or was that Blondie?


Rapture was more of a fusion of new wave/pop and rap, but during that time rap was in itself a fusion of styles. Take a backing track of whatever, and rap over it. 'Walk This Way' was only Run DMC's biggest and most successfull rap/rock song. They pretty much made a career over taking metal and rock riffs and creating raps over them. The first one I head was King Of Rock from a couple years before that.
Ice-T (yes the same Ice T from Law & Order SVU) mined the same field in a different way, with more of a rap/rock/punk esthetic. He was also in an extremely controversial rock/rap group called Body Count.


I actually shook his hand at a Lollapolooza concert and I bought a Body Count CD because I was in to that stuff.


I was into the rap side. I had 6 in the Mornin' and Power, plus the original NWA (8 Ball etc...), but after that Gansta Rap took over and I lost interest (even though Ice T & NWA wrote the blueprint). What I liked about rap was the inventiveness and willingness to experiment. When NWA and Dr Dre took over and everyone else fell in line, I dropped out. A few forays with PM Dawn and Disposable Heroes of Hipopracy (speaking of Public Enemy), but in general I never went back to rap. I never really took to the heavier side of rap, or rock.



I don't really remember ICE-T as a rapper, I remember more of the media hoopla that surrounded him though. I agree, post Gangsta rap era hip hop music has become much less creative and inventive than hip hop music of the 80's. 80's rappers acutally told creative stories that made sense, it was more about the music, lyrics and having a good time. Now hip hop is more about the image and less about actual musical content and lyrics. It's really hard to find good hip hop these days, though there are artist like Common, Outkast, Roots, Mos def, little brother etc... When I want to listen to hip hop it's almost exclusively old school hip hop. Current hip hop has become an image is everything commercial mess, but I guess that's probably true of most current music.


You don't remember 'F!ck the Police'?   I don't remember any other songs right now because it has been to long since I have listened to Ice-T.   He was involved in the movie Ricochet with some acting and songs.  I think I have that soundtrack or maybe the song Ricochet was on another one of his albums...............my memory is s**te!   :(    What rapper/group did the song for the movie Colors?  "Colors, colors, colors, cu-colors, colors, I am a nightmare walking, pychopath talking, blah, blah, blah, quick is my fuse!"   :uh:  ;)


That would be Ice T. He did the soundtrack to Colors and Original Gangster. That's about the time I kind of got sick of all the 'woe is me look at the violence in my life, just a minute while I kill this punk and steal his car' kind of crap.




I don't remember that song at all, I have images in my mind of protest and his albums being bulldozed but maybe that was someone else. There was some other song he did that I do remember somewhat but can't recall the title. To me his flow was bad, I didn't like him and I didn't see what other people saw in him, his voice made me sleepy. I remember the movie Colors though, my older cousins were nuts over that movie, they could pretty much recite it line for line.
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« Reply #112 on: July 09, 2007, 08:39:20 AM »
Never Let Go - Josh Groban

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« Reply #113 on: July 14, 2007, 03:01:30 PM »
Damien Rice- Coconut Skins
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« Reply #114 on: July 15, 2007, 05:42:48 AM »
Kind of old music, but I can't get enough of Queen.

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« Reply #115 on: July 16, 2007, 11:26:22 AM »
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Kind of old music, but I can't get enough of Queen.


Right on, bro - Old School, I love it!  Queen made some great tunes, and I know my fellow lefty DSter is going to back me up on this - not to mention our translator pal DMast...  My opinion of MF11 just went up by a factor of 3.  Now the question is, just how low was it before?????


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« Reply #116 on: July 16, 2007, 11:27:35 AM »
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Kind of old music, but I can't get enough of Queen.


Right on, bro - Old School, I love it!  Queen made some great tunes, and I know my fellow lefty DSter is going to back me up on this - not to mention our translator pal DMast...  My opinion of MF11 just went up by a factor of 3.  Now the question is, just how low was it before?????


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Death on Two Legs is just about the best kiss off song ever devised. :lmao:

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« Reply #117 on: July 16, 2007, 11:31:20 AM »
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Kind of old music, but I can't get enough of Queen.


Right on, bro - Old School, I love it!  Queen made some great tunes, and I know my fellow lefty DSter is going to back me up on this - not to mention our translator pal DMast...  My opinion of MF11 just went up by a factor of 3.  Now the question is, just how low was it before?????


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« Reply #118 on: July 16, 2007, 11:41:17 AM »
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Kind of old music, but I can't get enough of Queen.


Right on, bro - Old School, I love it!  Queen made some great tunes, and I know my fellow lefty DSter is going to back me up on this - not to mention our translator pal DMast...  My opinion of MF11 just went up by a factor of 3.  Now the question is, just how low was it before?????


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Death on Two Legs is just about the best kiss off song ever devised. :lmao:


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Queen got screwed by their managment so they took out their frustrations in that song.

A sample lyric:
Quote from: "Queen"

You’re just an old barrow boy
Have you found a new toy to replace me?
Can you face me?
But now you can kiss my ass goodbye
Feel good are you satisfied?
Do you feel like suicide?
(I think you should)


or this pleasant little turn of phrase;
Quote from: "Queen"
You’re the king of the ’sleaze’
Put your money where your mouth is
Mister know-all
Was the fin on your back
Part of the deal? (shark)


Or how about
Quote from: "Queen"

Insane you should be put inside
You’re a sewer rat decaying in a cesspool of pride
Should be made unemployed
Then make yourself null and void

Is a tree as a rocking horse
An ambition fulfilled
And is the sawdust jealous?
I worry about these things .

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« Reply #119 on: July 16, 2007, 11:47:11 AM »
Thanks!   ;-()    I was not familiar with that song but maybe I would know it if I heard it.   ||-|