Discussion in 'Music Discussion' started by LooseCannon, May 23, 2017.
My Bloody Valentine - Isn't Anything
NP: my old musical ideas
God, I was so inspired, mainly by Maiden. Sometimes I feel like I'm shite compared to my old self.
Jerusalem by Bruce
EDIT: Man, by Medusa I had to double check to make sure I'm not listening to The Devil You Know
Dream Theater - Begin Again
Life beyond these walls
Has greater things in store
Heaven & Hell?
I know I look like I'm on this perpetual fucking opposite day or something, but I really can't help it.
Thing is, I've known Purple for the past twelve years or possibly more... and all the time this song has been among my top 5. I'm not fucking kidding. It has awesome groove and Blackmore's riff here is among my favourites of his. One of the reasons I never understood the bashing Stormbringer gets. I've always loved the album.
I know this one has been overplayed... but realising this came out in September 1964... The Zombies might have been the most interesting British Invasion band of them all.
Play that funky music, white boy...
Last night, Johnny Hallyday, the hugely popular (in every sense of the word) French rock icon, died aged 74. It has been the equivalent of a mourning day in national medias today (still going on as I'm typing).
Here are two of his songs that can cross over for hard rock fans. One of the sides of his 55+-year career.
Soundgarden - Fell on black days
Bullet for my valentine - Skin
Bruce Dickinson - King in crimson
Yes - And You and I
Lana del ray - Born to die
Bruce Dickinson - Gods of war (Live at the marquee)
Thrice - The artist in the ambulance
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