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Music rant

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by countdemoney, May 6, 2006.

  1. countdemoney

    countdemoney Senior member

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    I heard two bands last night. The first was one of these faux metal acts. Maybe it's just that I'm older, but the new goth or angst metal, or whatever all these metallica, limp bizkit, nickelback, staind wannabes are playing is just so mindless and empty to me. They act all tough and angry but its really restlessness, and to me, lacking in passion. It's the new hair metal, complete with prancing cinderellas in their lame tats and goatees. Lemmings of Glory, redolent in their unwashed, OC Chopper garb.

    And then a three man punk band started up. They rocked the house. I asked if they did a Janie Jones cover, because they were good enough that they could pull it off. The passion and energy, the ennobling spirit. Both myself and a friend who's been a professional musician were impressed.

    Punk, at its best, is a coalescence of ideas, will and passion that consumes. For a brief period last night, so it was.
     
  2. VMan

    VMan Senior member

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    Where was the show?

    If you make it down to Riverwest, you can catch some great punk shows, as well as some other pretty good 'roots' rock bands. There's some shitty bands, of course, but talk to the right people and you're in for a good show.

    Onopa and Mad Planet get some great acts. Riverwest Commons has some good local talent as well.
     
  3. DocHolliday

    DocHolliday Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Just be glad the opening act wasn't a second-rate emo band!

    (But I agree about the nu-metal too.)
     
  4. ATM

    ATM Senior member

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    I heard two bands last night. The first was one of these faux metal acts. Maybe it's just that I'm older, but the new goth or angst metal, or whatever all these metallica, limp bizkit, nickelback, staind wannabes are playing is just so mindless and empty to me. They act all tough and angry but its really restlessness, and to me, lacking in passion. It's the new hair metal, complete with prancing cinderellas in their lame tats and goatees. Lemmings of Glory, redolent in their unwashed, OC Chopper garb.
    There are plenty of these guys in the Rock and Roll Confidential Hall of Douchebags.
     
  5. JBZ

    JBZ Senior member

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    I heard two bands last night. The first was one of these faux metal acts. Maybe it's just that I'm older, but the new goth or angst metal, or whatever all these metallica, limp bizkit, nickelback, staind wannabes are playing is just so mindless and empty to me. They act all tough and angry but its really restlessness, and to me, lacking in passion. It's the new hair metal, complete with prancing cinderellas in their lame tats and goatees. Lemmings of Glory, redolent in their unwashed, OC Chopper garb.


    Maybe I'm getting old, but I'd throw limp bizkit, nickelback, and staind in with the rest of the wannabes.
     
  6. Get Smart

    Get Smart Senior member

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    Nu-metal...ugh, my biggest music pet peeve. You hit the nail on the head with its pretension of angst and anger.

    And there is still a lot of good punk, you just won't find it thru ticketmaster.
     
  7. shellshock

    shellshock Senior member

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    Nu-metal...ugh, my biggest music pet peeve. You hit the nail on the head with its pretension of angst and anger.

    And there is still a lot of good punk, you just won't find it thru ticketmaster.



    muahahahahah.
    so when i told this dude i listened to metal he was like "oh, like avenged sevenfold?" and i was like "uhm..............................not really."
     

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