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Discussion in 'Chicago Fire' started by skinut, Jun 4, 2019.
@skinut Spanish guitars
Is Pierluigi Collina in that video?
Certainly hear the dance beat, but love the use of Spanish guitars. One of my favorite use of flamenco is in Innuendo late in Queen's recording career.
Hot, Summer days call for Nathaniel Rateliff:
First day of a probably 1 day tolerance break
Metallica and Judas Priest are on the same ticket in Louisville this year? They have whisky there? Hmmm
I might take a walk and get some weed
You know what I bought some weed now I'm gonna get an elephant ear
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Queen, well, Queen are Queen. Will be forever up there with the biggest rock bands. But do you notice how slow the song is? This is totally uncommon nowadays except for US country and US R&B perhaps.
The disco/dance beat makes songs faster and is to be found in every modern pop song nowadays. But where are the big rock bands today? The ballads? Singer/songwriter songs? They do exist, but they are rare and rarely as successful as they used to be. From rock, to pop, to rap, to trap mostly everything comes with a faster dance beat because you almost cant be successful with anything but a fast beat.
Rammstein, considered a rock/metal band, using a techno/dance beat over an otherwise mid-tempo song
It is also part of the reason why every song on the charts sounds the same. Disco prevailed
Slow isn't necessarily bad nor is fast necessarily good. It depends on the purpose of the subject and the feelings/emotions it's trying to evoke.
True, but disco and its derivatives still suck moderator balls.
Thanks for two terrible submissions, @sportscrazed2.
From the FIFA 07 soundtrack
Anyone know any polish metalheads that want to translate shit next year? This seems fun
What better day than a day that ends in "Y" for some Rock'n'Roll?