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>at my local record center
>Bunch of little kids in the store 115/16 year olds
>One has Black Saint and the Sinner Lady in his hands
>"Look at this faggot Jazz"
>They talk about MGMT and the New Dallas Green
>One says "lets go to Urban Outfitters down the street they have a better collection than this faggot jazz store"
Intrigued I go into urban outfitters and check out their collection
MGMT,DALLAS GREEN,GOBLIN,GREAT GATSBY SOUNDTRACK,VISIONS,ITAOS
Along with all of those vinyls, they also have little notes on them
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>tfw this was my first time listening to NIN
I've avoided listening to it because I've always heard that it was heavy metal with industrial influence. I'm not into that thing.
The only reason I heard this was because a pal told me that Reznor has been making more rock and electronic focused music in every album after his 1999 The Fragile. I've also heard that Reznor is an amazing producer and gets acclaim for his instrumentals, even from people who dislike most of his music.
I heard the soundtracks he did since I watched both movies and I was really engrossed in them. They complimented the films extremely well.
So, finally, I decided to give NIN a proper listen (the only song I've actually heard besides the soundtracks before this album was Closer and The Hand that Feeds). I can't lie, I loved this album.
I'm not sure what NIN fans think of this album, but I think it's gorgeous. The production is some of the best I've heard all year, up there with The Knifes new album (which apparently was a big influence on Reznors new album). I really enjoyed it, especially the second half of the album.
This album is a 8.5/10 for me at the moment after 4 listens. It might go up or down on the scale later.
What other NIN albums should I listen to if I enjoyed this album and his soundtracks?
What would you personally rate this album /mu/?
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How do I death metal? I'm in love with Death atm, especially their album Human. Morbid Angel and Grotesque are amazing aswell, what should I try out next? Not especially fond of neither Brutal Death nor Gothenburg Death, a mix between them, not too "hard" or melodic would be best.
Pic related, it's me.
Help me find this song general
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Anyone know this one? The lyrics are
I was tired of being alone,
And then someone came along,
Something made me feel so strong,
Baby, can this be,
Someone that's so lovely
Could love someone like me,
Is it true? Tell me
And it was remixed into http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPFg74D2kjg and https://soundcloud.com/wilf/so-strong
All i have to go on is Al Green and i'm not convinced it's him. So any guesses?