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The Jade wrote:


Torquemademan - Fake Song

Each in a different genre... here we go.

Torquemademan toured the Pacific NW and was based just outside Portland Oregon. Although they had the low-slung and de-tuned guitar noise (and half of the four-piece were hooked on heroin), they unfortunately broke in late 1990 before it was 'cool' to be grunge. Ben Stiller had them play on the outro to his self-titled show. They still tour local clubs when they aren't working construction.


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Mothman wrote:

The Beach Boys – California Girls

From HD: X--"Soul Kitchen"

Further obscuring the punk-hippie boundary!


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drunken_nomad wrote:
The Jade wrote:


Torquemademan - Fake Song

Each in a different genre... here we go.

Torquemademan toured the Pacific NW and was based just outside Portland Oregon. Although they had the low-slung and de-tuned guitar noise (and half of the four-piece were hooked on heroin), they unfortunately broke in late 1990 before it was 'cool' to be grunge. Ben Stiller had them play on the outro to his self-titled show. They still tour local clubs when they aren't working construction.

I've never seen this talent of yours for faux band bios before, but it is a talent.

The construction thing nails it. I recall George Lynch may have worked as a house painter for a time after Dokken's/Lynch Mob's success faded.

Andoran

Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Flipper's "Sex Bomb"

The song, the legend.

I. Love. This. Band.

Andoran

Mt. Eden - "Sierra Leone"
Ozma - "Eponine"
Ozma - "Korobeiniki" (traditional)
Ozma - "Rocks"
Pig With the Face of a Boy - "I Am The Man Who Arranges the Blocks"
Chronic Future - "Time and Time Again"
Brand New - "Tautou"
Anais Mitchell - "Old Fashioned hat"
Anais Mitchell - "Your Fonder Heart"
Breaking Benjamin featuring Valora - "Blow Me Away"
Monster Magnet - "Space Lord"
KMFDM - "Ultra"
Revered Horton Heat - "Bales of Cocaine"
Seether - "Tonight (Neon Feather remix)"
Rape and Hate - "Lock All Your Doors"
Rape and Hate - "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (live)
Rape and Hate - "Pull the Trigger"
Social Distortion - "Angels' Wings (acoustic)"
Allo Darlin' - "If Loneliness Was Art"
Allo Darlin' - "Henry Rollins Don't Dance"
Brand New - "Sowing Season (Yeah)"
Brand New - "Millstone"
Brand New - "Jesus Christ"
Brand New - "Degausser"
The Murderburgers - "(I'll Always Be A) Bottomfeeder"

Andoran

Stone the Crow (Down)
Scream (Black Flag)
In the Marching Band (Michael Bowman)
Nightmare (Ozzy Osbourne)
Amie
On Melancholy Hill (Instrumental) (Gorillaz/On Melancholy Hill 7")
Bangarang (Doomtree/No Kings)
Private Idaho (The B-52's/Wild Planet) (what a coincidence I was discussing Muskrat Loveshack with my dad just earlier today)
Just Like California (Old 97's/Too Far to Care)
The Black Fitted Shirt (Ed & the Reds/Lost Leader)
The Fitted Shirt (Spoon/Girls Can Tell)
E-Pro (Beck/Guero)
Salsaness (Radiation City/The Hands That Take You)
Emaline (Ben Folds Five/Naked Baby Photos)
Fall In (Cloud Nothings/Attack on Memory)

Andoran

Gark the Goblin wrote:

Stone the Crow (Down)

Scream (Black Flag)

+1


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Flipper's "Sex Bomb"

The song, the legend.

I. Love. This. Band.

Yeah, this record's great! I was a little annoyed to have to shell out hard-earned shekels for a record that I already owned once, but I lost a lot of shiznit when I moved back from Boston.

Life! Life! Life is the only thing worth living for!


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:

Revered Horton Heat - "Bales of Cocaine"

From Gark: The B-52's--"Private Idaho"

Fred Schneider came into the record store I was working at once. I was high as a kite, and was overcome by starstruck awe. He finally got to the checkout counter and I just gushed all over him: "The yellow album is one of the greatest dance-rock records of all time!" He was gracious and pleasant and had some cute 20-something boytoy with him. Party like a rock star!


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The Jade wrote:


The construction thing nails it. I recall George Lynch may have worked as a house painter for a time after Dokken's/Lynch Mob's success faded.

Ive watched waaaaay too many "VH1 Behind the Music"s and read too many musician's biographies. I love that kind of stuff.

Poor George. That dude was ripped. I bet he could paint an entire house in an afternoon if he put his mind to it.

I remember someone interviewing Tom the lead singer from Cinderella after their long cold fall from the top of the hair metal heap. He was showing the interviewer a mid-priced telescope and telling how that was his whole life then.

Its kind of sobering to see what people do 'after'...

Have you seen either of the "The Decline of Civilization" movies? The interviews with all those young people thinking if they could just get on MTV, they would have it made.


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drunken_nomad wrote:
The Jade wrote:


The construction thing nails it. I recall George Lynch may have worked as a house painter for a time after Dokken's/Lynch Mob's success faded.

I've watched waaaaay too many "VH1 Behind the Music"s and read too many musician's biographies. I love that kind of stuff.

Poor George. That dude was ripped. I bet he could paint an entire house in an afternoon if he put his mind to it.

I remember someone interviewing Tom the lead singer from Cinderella after their long cold fall from the top of the hair metal heap. He was showing the interviewer a mid-priced telescope and telling how that was his whole life then.

Its kind of sobering to see what people do 'after'...

Have you seen either of the "The Decline of Civilization" movies? The interviews with all those young people thinking if they could just get on MTV, they would have it made.

I sure did see those films. Forgive my urge to share some odd personal stories about some of this. You brought back some memories.

I used to date an artist/singer/musician girl named Patti who'd eventually go on to get signed at EMI. Patti's cousin, Angela Adams I think was her name, was one of four LA models paid to sit around Paul Stanley in those Paul Surrounded By Babes shots in Decline of Western Civilization: The Metal Years. Don't know why they bothered with such fakery. Anyway, Angela was in a long term relationship with an actor on TV at the time, Sean Six (I think), who played the turtleheaded son on the Alien Nation TV series. Though bright as a whip, Patti had a insecurity problem whereby she always wanted people to think she knew what they were talking about. So when her cousin tells her over lunch that she's with Sean Six, who's on TV, Patti explodes with enthusiasm, "Oh yeah! He's cute."

Silence.

"You've... seen him without the make-up?"

BUSTED.

That Tom and his telescope scene sounds sad. A band I was in opened for Cinderella once and Tom stopped me in the hallway after the show while I was just trying to get by without bugging the guy, "Great show, Rone." Hearing him use my name so casually stunned me because considering how many bands were onstage that night and the fact we were never introduced, it came across like he was psychic.

It happened a second time. Some little know signed act had this pop metal hit with a song that went, "I'm not... part of... the rat race... I'm not... part of... the real world." I walked into the club during the middle of the show and the singer kept talking to me from the stage during songs... asking me how the sound was coming across out in the audience as if I was in his crew. I gave thumbs up and nods of approval to his questions. What else was I going to do? After the show I saw him talking to a young lady outside and I paid him a polite compliment. He replied, "That's a huge compliment coming from you, Rone."

Silence.

What?

Either I was a part of a conspiratorial hoax hosted by Kerrang magazine that month called "Let's blow this longhaired schmuck's mind" or I looked like some other Rone people actually knew.

Or... there's always the possibility I just had terrible hearing.

Andoran

The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:

Stone the Crow (Down)

Scream (Black Flag)
+1

I . . . may have gotten to those from links in this thread. It was a few days ago.


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This!

Spoiler:
That kills any Rickroll

Andoran

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Lana Del Rey – Radio
Foo Fighters – Big Me
Tilly And The Wall – Pot Kettle Black
Dead Letter Circus – Big
Royksopp – Poor Leno


Mothman wrote:

Tilly And The Wall – Pot Kettle Black

I had their first cd, so I feel I am qualified to link this.

Disappointed that there's no tap-dancing though...

EDIT: I spoke too soon!

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"Gethsemane" - Ted Neely (from the 1973 Jesus Christ Superstar movie soundtrack) - amazing vocal


Metal always Metal.


Juan Garcia Esquivel--"Yeyo"


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFfZYyOgjhM

Woods Of Ypres - Kiss My Ashes


kaymanklynman wrote:
Woods Of Ypres - Kiss My Ashes

Linking is easy and fun! [url=http://blah blah blah}Blah Blah Blah[/url}

Except those }s are ]s!


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
kaymanklynman wrote:
Woods Of Ypres - Kiss My Ashes

Linking is easy and fun! [url=http://blah blah blah}Blah Blah Blah[/url}

Except those }s are ]s!

thanks

[url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9TvcAMENJE&feature=related[/url}

I Was Buried In Mount Pleasant Cemetery" [Official Video]


i am stupid. I cant do this. is too much for me.


All right,

1) At the end of "related", put a "]". EDIT: Erase that [/url} thingy.

2) Delete the spaces between the new "]" and "I Was..."

3) Put a [/url] at the end.

EDIT: Or just press "Reply" on one of the posts with a link and see how it's done.


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The Jade wrote:
I walked into the club during the middle of the show and the singer kept talking to me from the stage during songs... asking me how the sound was coming across out in the audience as if I was in his crew. I gave thumbs up and nods of approval to his questions. What else was I going to do?

Im telling you, from a distance, you look a lot like the bass player from Testament, Greg Christian. But he knew your name, so that throws that theory out the window. Hm. Maybe that guy was psychic...or you just looked like you knew what the volume levels should be in a club? He probably saw you fiddling with knobs on the soundboard.

As for what Im listening to. I just saw the blu ray of the Rolling Stones "Some Girls" tour from Ft Worth TX in 1978.

When the Whip Comes Down...not from that show, but I LOVE that song.

Shattered from the '78 show! AWESOME!


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drunken_nomad wrote:

Im telling you, from a distance, you look a lot like the bass player from Testament, Greg Christian. But he knew your name, so that throws that theory out the window. Hm. Maybe that guy was psychic...or you just looked like you knew what the volume levels should be in a club? He probably saw you fiddling with knobs on the soundboard.

But I never touched the soundboard is the thing. It was just... odd.

Well I looked up Greg Christian and I don't see a resemblance, but one is always fascinated to find one's dopplewhosit so it was a fun image search. A drummer stopped jogging once to tell me I looked like a shorter -not nine foot tall- Pete Steele, but I don't have a barrel shaped super skull. And there was even a time when people were thinking I looked like Nuno Bettencourt because of my long straight hair. But I look more like Aretha Franklin on fire than I do that guy.

When I first saw you walk into a game room back in 2007, I sincerely thought, "Who's that pimpin' rock star?"

Right now I swear I'm listening to a friend working outside my house listening to Pandora on his phone while he sings Air Supply in falsetto. He mostly plays with signed metal and hip hop acts... so this is hilarious.


I Was Buried In Mount Pleasant Cemetery


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

All right,

1) At the end of "related", put a "]". EDIT: Erase that [/url} thingy.

2) Delete the spaces between the new "]" and "I Was..."

3) Put a [/url] at the end.

EDIT: Or just press "Reply" on one of the posts with a link and see how it's done.

i made it ...hahaha


Yay!

I'm not much of a metal fan, but here's some Brazilian hippies for you!


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Yay!

I'm not much of a metal fan, but here's some Brazilian hippies for you!

cool, you like Mutantes , they were very important for brazilian music.

listen this

Andoran

Speaking of Brazilian music...

Andoran

Down - "Learn From This Mistake"
Down - "Stone the Crow (acoustic)"
Nightwish - "Over the Hills and Far Away"
Nightwish - "The Islander"
Flipper - "Sex Bomb"
Lily Allen - "Chinese"
Lily Allen - "Who'd Have Known"
The Wailin' Jennys - "Glory Bound"
Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros - "Ramshackle Day Parade"
Ronnie James Dio - "As Long As It's Not About Love"
Social Distortion - "Still Alive"
Social Distortion - "Take Care of Yourself"
Brand New - "The Old Tree"
The Rolling Stones - "When the Whip Comes Down (live)"
Winter Brings Closure - "You Disgust Me"
Winter Brings Closure - "You Disgust Me (live)"
Winter Brings Closure - "The Words "Best Friend" Become Redefined (live)" (cover)
Winter Brings Closure - "Crashes (acoustic)"
Summer, Save Me - "New Slang" (cover)
Genitorturers - "Lecher B##~@"
Led Zeppelin - "Immigrant Song"
David Bowie and Nine Inch Nails - "I'm Afraid of Americans"
Woods Of Ypres - "I Was Buried In Mount Pleasant Cemetery"
Sepultura - "Roots Bloody Roots"
Richard Shindell - "You Stay Here"


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Dio's "Magica"! Damn, Mr Shiny, I had to look that one up...havent heard that disc in a long time. Thanks!

I LOVE that Bowie/NIN track!

KMFDM - Dogma

Andoran

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The Horrors – Still Life
Katalyst – The Clapping Song
Ball Park Music – Literally Baby
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds – More News From Nowhere
The Black Keys – Lonely Boy
The Grates – Like You Could Have It All
Santigold – Big Mouth
The Shortwave Set – No Social
Laura Marling – Sophia
Van She – Strangers
The Chemical Brothers – The Salmon Dance
Feist – The Bad In Each Other
Sarah Blasko – All Coming Back
The Drums – Saddest Summer
The Horrors – I Can See Through You
Cage The Elephant – Around My Head
The Mars Volta – Viscera Eyes
Children Collide – Sword To A Gunfight
Emperors – Plastic Gun
The Shins – Simple Song
Washington – Holy Moses

Andoran

Nena - 99 Luftballons
Afrika Bambaataa and the Soulsonic Force - Jazzy Sensation
Judas Priest - You Got Another Thing Coming
Television - Glory
The Beatles - Think For Yourself
Wilco - I Am Trying To Break Your Heart
Depeche Mode - Sometimes
Fastball - Warm Fuzzy Feeling
Cockney Rejects - Bad Man Down
Rilo Kiley - So Long
Toots and the Maytals - Night and Day
Elvis Presley - Jail House Rock
Frank Sinatra - Some Enchanted Evening
Starlight Mints - Buena Vista
The Strokes - Electricityscape
Lunachicks - Gone Kissin'
Atmosphere - Became
Bad Brains - I Against I
Kaya Project - Salaam
Charlie Parker - Ornithology
Le Tigre - Much Finer
The Cure - The Caterpillar
The Ramones - Do You Wanna Dance?
Jay Z - Threat
The Pixies - Vamos
Flatt & Scruggs - Wabash Cannonball
L7 - Bitterwine
Joy Division - Atrocity Exhibition
Muddy Waters - Got My Mojo Working
G.B.H. - See the Man Run
Bassnectar - Nostalgia Worship
Rage Against The Machine - New Millennium Homes
Rolling Stones - Ruby Tuesday
Dusty Springfield - Just One Smile
The Specials - Dirty Old Town
DJ Marky and S.P.Y. - Tapestry
The New Pornographers - Mystery Hours
The Voidoids - Another World
Circle Jerks - I Just Want Some Skank


Dinosaur, Jr.--"Start Choppin'"

After which, all the cool new links!


kaymanklynman wrote:


listen this

I'd never heard that or even heard of them before.

Thanks!


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:

We Are Your Overlords!

I was just thinking yesterday or the day before how surprising it was that no one has mentioned LZ since I've been paying attention to this thread. Anyway, I got real sick of LZ when I was about 17, but then I refused to listen to classic rock radio for a decade and a half and now I love them again! Strider!

I don't recognize a single song from Mothman's list, so, let's skip to:

From HD: Flatt and Scruggs--"Wabash Cannonball"

Andoran

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You Am I – Berlin Chair
Prince – I Wanna Be Your Lover
Florence And The Machine – Spectrum
The Amity Affliction – Anchors
Portugal. The Man – Got It All (This Can’t Be Living Now)
Illy (featuring Wren) – Diamonds
Katy B – Katy On A Mission
The Black Keys – Gold On The Ceiling
LCD Soundsystem – I Can Change
Oliver Tank (featuring Fawn Myers) – Embrace
Lana Del Rey – Blue Jeans
Death Cab For Cutie – You Are A Tourist
Portugal. The Man – So American
The Aston Shuffle – Start Again
Brous – Streamers
The 2 Bears – Work
Tame Impala – Half Full Glass Of Wine


Mothman wrote:

Prince – I Wanna Be Your Lover


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Necromantix - Gargoyles Over Copenhagen

and one that could be in that other thread of great covers...Volbeat - I Only Want To Be With You. If anyone can explain the 'story' part of this video, my hat is off to you.

Mad Sin - Cursed

Andoran

Gary Moore - "Over the Hills and Far Away"
Ashley Sofia - "Let Go"
Ashley Sofia and Saul Kurtz - "Come Back To Me"
Mastodon - "Deathbound"
Mastodon - "Dry Bone Valley"
Mark Erelli - "Johnny 99" (cover)
Mark Erelli and Jeffrey Foucault - "Powderfinger" (cover)
Mark Erelli - "Hope Dies Last"
Mark Erelli - "Before I Knew Your Name"
Mark Erelli - "Five Beer Moon"
Neil Young - "Powderfinger"
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band - "Born in the USA"
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band - "Johnny 99"
Ellis Paul - "Maria's Beautiful Mess"
Ani DiFranco - "Nicotine"
Kris Kristofferson - "Best of All Possible Worlds (live)"
Social Distortion - "She's a Knockout"
The Irresponsibles - "Break Me"
The Kinks - "You Really Got Me"
Metallica - "Fuel"
Samuel Barber - "Adagio for Strings"
Dinosaur Jr. - "Start Choppin'"
Volbeat - "I Only Wanna Be With You" (cover)
Yndi Halda - "We Flood Empty Lakes"
Allo Darlin' - "Henry Rollins Don't Dance"

Andoran

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:


I don't recognize a single song from Mothman's list, so, let's skip to:

Not a one?

Here's a selection:

The Horrors – Still Life
The Black Keys – Lonely Boy
Laura Marling – Sophia
The Chemical Brothers – The Salmon Dance


Cat Power--Jukebox

Never really had the chance to get into her, but this album is AWESOME!

Maybe I'll link it up after I listen to all the new links.

Andoran

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While I'm not that familiar with Cat Power's entire body of work, what I have heard is really good.


Metallica-Beyond Magnetic
Type O Negative-Bloody Kisses
Entombed-Wolverine Blues

Andoran

Cat Power is amazing. I have all of her albums, and play them frequently.

Andoran

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St Vincent – Cruel
Beirut – Santa Fe
Sures – Poseidon
Friendly Fires – Kiss Of Life
Mutemath – Allies
The Jungle Giants – Mr Polite
Feist – The Bad In Each Other
Tool – Vicarious
Sharon Van Etten – Serpents
Lana Del Rey – Blue Jeans
The John Steel Singers – Rainbow Kraut
Django Django – Default
Tegan And Sara – Walking With A Ghost
Angus Stone – Broken Brights
Pluto Jonze – Plastic Bag In A Hurricane
The Getaway Plan – Flying Colours
Parachute Youth – Can’t Get Better Than This
The Beards – You Should Consider Having Sex With A Bearded Man
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs – Garden
Lana Del Rey – Carmen
System Of A Down – Chop Suey


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Cat Power does Frankie


Avril Lavigne - Smile and a few other of her songs.
Van Canto - Seller Of SOuls and others.


Cat Power does Somebody(?)

I was under the impression that Jukebox was an all-covers album, but I have no idea who does +80% of these songs. As a hardcore rock nerd with a taste for the pedantic, I gotta say, I'm f@!%ing impressed.

Anyway, that obviously leads to: Aretha does Bacharach.

Please excuse me while I cry.

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