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Re: There is a Song/Video in Your Head...
« Reply #1035 on: May 09, 2019, 10:37:37 AM »
https://www.metal-archives.com/albums/Edguy/Hellfire_Club/40362
Meant commercial pop-rock incarnation of Bon Jovi, not bluesy, of course.
Edguy - 2004 - Hellfire Club - King of Fools
By the way, the "Rise of the Morning Glory" song from the same album is not about sex.

How about The Filthy Spectacula (a great underrated band from UK)?
Ha, misread their album title as "Trump was right".
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Re: There is a Song/Video in Your Head...
« Reply #1036 on: May 09, 2019, 11:06:17 AM »
https://www.metal-archives.com/albums/Edguy/Hellfire_Club/40362
Meant commercial pop-rock incarnation of Bon Jovi, not bluesy, of course.
Edguy - 2004 - Hellfire Club - King of Fools

Ah I thought you meant (an album released in 2004 by) a band called Hellfire Club XD

How about The Filthy Spectacula (a great underrated band from UK)?
Ha, misread their album title as "Trump was right".

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Re: There is a Song/Video in Your Head...
« Reply #1037 on: May 09, 2019, 11:53:48 PM »
Another dose of awesome metal:


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Re: There is a Song/Video in Your Head...
« Reply #1038 on: May 10, 2019, 06:39:42 PM »
One of the best tracks from game soundtracks I know..

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Re: There is a Song/Video in Your Head...
« Reply #1039 on: May 17, 2019, 11:33:43 PM »
Says it all ;)

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Re: There is a Song/Video in Your Head...
« Reply #1040 on: May 18, 2019, 04:11:49 AM »
Somebody was playing Final Fantasy 7 way too much, I bet it was the keyboardist, Janne Warman.
Children of Bodom - 2003 - Hate Crew Deathroll
Nobuo Uematsu - 1997 - FFVII OST - J-E-N-O-V-A

By the way, character names in this game are fun, the professor intended to name her a "new/modern Genevieve", but overlooked the fact that it sounds more like a cross between Jehovah and "new", which, as it turned up, is exactly who she is.
As you name the boat, so shall it float (с).
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Re: There is a Song/Video in Your Head...
« Reply #1041 on: May 18, 2019, 11:59:42 PM »
I first heard this song years ago watching the original 80s version of "Night of the Demons" on cable.  Its so trippy.  I love it. 


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Re: There is a Song/Video in Your Head...
« Reply #1042 on: May 19, 2019, 03:19:57 AM »
Speaking of trippy, I highly recommend Catherines Cathedral, if you aren't familiar already. Once mentioned them in this thread some months ago, a kvlt band among gothic rock fans, obscure to the wide public. Released only three albums through their short career.
These guys from Sweden were more goth than the fathers of the genre combined! Guess what's the song about, or what the album title (Flowerdust '1993) hints at. Their two CDs were almost impossible to find, even by auction for any sum of money, from now officially (if the account isn't fake) available in digital format.
Catherines Cathedral - 1993 - Flowerdust - My Elysian Field

Another recommendation will be Let Me Dream, a Finnish gothic metal band with a style inspired by classic gothic rock.
Let Me Dream - 1998 - Medley Rain - Windride
By the way, they were a ton of fun live, as far as I can remember the performance was started off with a bucket of Vodka brought on stage.
They are so little known that there aren't any CD rips around internet, but if someone's interested, I could upload their stuff somewhere, I'm a fan and own all of them, EP and Demo included.
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Re: There is a Song/Video in Your Head...
« Reply #1043 on: May 19, 2019, 03:54:20 AM »
Speaking of trippy, I highly recommend Catherines Cathedral, if you aren't familiar already. Once mentioned them in this thread some months ago, a kvlt band among gothic rock fans, obscure to the wide public. Released only three albums through their short career.
These guys from Sweden were more goth than the fathers of the genre combined! Guess what's the song about, or what the album title (Flowerdust '1993) hints at. Their two CDs were almost impossible to find, even by auction for any sum of money, from now officially (if the account isn't fake) available in digital format.
Catherines Cathedral - 1993 - Flowerdust - My Elysian Field

Another little known recommendation will be Let Me Dream, a Finnish gothic metal band with a style inspired by classic gothic rock.
Let Me Dream - 1998 - Medley Rain - Windride

Very cool!  They would work great in a Vtm game.

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Re: There is a Song/Video in Your Head...
« Reply #1044 on: May 19, 2019, 06:59:00 AM »
I am looking for goth music but not rock, elettronic and metal :P
Don't take me wrong, I like gothic metal, but I'm curious about other genres with a huge dark feeling.

Like this
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Re: There is a Song/Video in Your Head...
« Reply #1045 on: May 19, 2019, 04:24:23 PM »
You might like this guy he plays all sorts.  Horror, Epic battle music etc. Had him on Youtube subscribed a good while now.



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Re: There is a Song/Video in Your Head...
« Reply #1046 on: May 19, 2019, 06:36:35 PM »
Uuuuuh thanky! I will listen them as soon as I can
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Re: There is a Song/Video in Your Head...
« Reply #1047 on: May 19, 2019, 09:11:44 PM »
David Bowie - 1995 - 1.Outside: The diary of Nathan Adler or the art-ritual murder of Baby Grace Blue.

This is a concept album that was meant to be listened as a whole, and the cover art with a short story that provides an artistic excursus into 90's b(lo)ody art is an essential part of it. The style could be described as art-pop with an industrial / generative music inspired sound.
An example: 03 - Hearts Filthy Lesson

Interestingly enough, I've foreseen the whole damn plot right from the start, it took no more than a short intro and pictures, before even reading further or listening, and already had deemed David Bowie my spirit-relative (c), only to realise that actually I'm a such of the main villain instead. Came to the same conclusion as a hero, for polar opposite reasons.
Came upon an old interview with Bowie recently, where he said that based the main villain, Ramona, more on himself than Bonnie Nettles aka Ti (Heaven's Gate co-leader), so it seems the rule of the first thought holds true.

Of the music itself, surprised how genuine and catchy it turned out, like anything but "grandpa wanna play mean industrial". Certainly not a fan of Bowie, classic material included, but this one has become one of my favorites.
David Bowie - 1995 - Hallo Spaceboy
Does not fell derivative, despite its inspirations being more than clear, it's the most NIN-ish track on the album (he and Trenz Reznor actually were friends).
Sure, Brian Eno played a major part in this, but it does not explain such a rejuvenation since he's an old man himself. To keep up with times like this, these dudes are damn Tzimisce.
Brian Eno - 1974 - Dead Finks Don't Talk
It seems that his collaborator had a taste for malevolence even back then. The conrast between the merry goodie-two-shoes music and sarcastic lyrics is quite a something, I recommend looking up them.
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Re: There is a Song/Video in Your Head...
« Reply #1048 on: May 22, 2019, 04:22:29 PM »
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"Some quotations," said Zellaby, "are greatly improved by lack of context."
― John Wyndham, The Midwich Cuckoos
"fuck the hole in the face"
― me