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i have decided this morning that it is time i finally put together a band. a band that will blow minds. i have a vision, but it is blurry as of yet. some background: recently i played fretless bass on halloween doing a goth miley cyrus cover thing. i was actually amazed how cool it sounded to play fretless with overdrive and reverb and it actually turned out amazing and the chemistry between me and the guitar player was good. he does like drone shit but he's generally versatile. a bit too much of a stoner at times but not retarded level. either way, i found the experience of playing in a
1. Insane 3:50 2. Rotting in Vain 3:33 3. Black Is the Soul 4:01 4. The Hating 4:22 5. A Different World (featuring Corey Taylor) 3:20 6. Take Me 3:00 7. Everything Falls Apart 4:17 8. Die Yet Another Night 4:28 9. When You're Not There 3:24 10. Next in Line 3:28 11. Please Come for Me 2:53 Bonus tracks: 12. Baby 4:55 13. Calling Me Too Soon 3:23 14. Out of You 3:19 there's a 90$ special edition: http://www.kornmerch.com/s-o-s-limited-edition-box-set.html#.V7N9-pMrKu4
I was wondering how many posters on the WATMM no longer consider themselves a part of the IDM fan club. This is not an "Us vs. Them" style thread, as my musical tastes have largely changed but I still post here and buy Autechre tickets and whatnot. It's just that when I started listening to IDM, the esoteric, off-the-beaten-path experience of it was interesting and exciting stuff when it clicked. But for me, the things I was listening for are far more present, and handled more tastefully in various sub-genres of hip hop, jazz and metal. And now I feel like I was wasting way too much time on ID