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Re: What are we listening to?

Postby Langben » 12:37:32 Tuesday, 01 March, 2016

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Re: What are we listening to?

Postby Huojin » 13:48:31 Tuesday, 01 March, 2016



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Re: What are we listening to?

Postby RinKou » 04:53:36 Wednesday, 09 March, 2016

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Re: What are we listening to?

Postby Huojin » 15:35:10 Wednesday, 09 March, 2016

RinKou wrote:

I swear I must've linked that track before, Rin. It's great.

I like these two as well (Japanese artists but not Frederic).



The Gesarist Manifesto, chapter 5 opening foreword wrote:"The guerrilla must move like a fish in the sea, namely by drinking until you can delude yourself into hoping rich bastards will be gone one day."


  • Louisiana 1792: Fils de la Révolution - GM/Author
  • Balance of Power: 1968 - Iraqi Republic
  • Saenwyn: A Song of Ashes - Corentin of House Tremayne, King of Saenwyn and Defender of the Realm

(excuse me while I blow my own trumpet)

Smyg the slow-running Louisiana
Smyg is pretty much the storytelling epic
Smyg of this century
Smyg Huojin is writing the Great American Novel and it's not even American

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Re: What are we listening to?

Postby Maddox » 04:03:01 Monday, 21 March, 2016

Casimir Georges Vachon, Légion de Laffite - Louisiana
Prince Gustave Tremayne, Duke of Lathair, Margrave in the West, Count of Wynriver, Blood Royal
Ralf Persson, Axe Murderer - Dark Waters


Prime Minister Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi, Republic of India - 1968


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Re: What are we listening to?

Postby Huojin » 16:27:47 Monday, 21 March, 2016

Maddox wrote:[BABYMETAL AWESOMENESS]

So uh... I may have seen them live

>_>

(it was pretty awesome)
The Gesarist Manifesto, chapter 5 opening foreword wrote:"The guerrilla must move like a fish in the sea, namely by drinking until you can delude yourself into hoping rich bastards will be gone one day."


  • Louisiana 1792: Fils de la Révolution - GM/Author
  • Balance of Power: 1968 - Iraqi Republic
  • Saenwyn: A Song of Ashes - Corentin of House Tremayne, King of Saenwyn and Defender of the Realm

(excuse me while I blow my own trumpet)

Smyg the slow-running Louisiana
Smyg is pretty much the storytelling epic
Smyg of this century
Smyg Huojin is writing the Great American Novel and it's not even American

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Re: What are we listening to?

Postby RinKou » 22:17:48 Tuesday, 03 May, 2016

Some stuff off some albums I've been playing on repeat a lot lately.





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Re: What are we listening to?

Postby scorpion » 20:59:26 Wednesday, 11 May, 2016

Metal Gear BoP-GM
1968 BoP-Yugoslavia

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Re: What are we listening to?

Postby Huojin » 12:01:36 Thursday, 12 May, 2016

The Gesarist Manifesto, chapter 5 opening foreword wrote:"The guerrilla must move like a fish in the sea, namely by drinking until you can delude yourself into hoping rich bastards will be gone one day."


  • Louisiana 1792: Fils de la Révolution - GM/Author
  • Balance of Power: 1968 - Iraqi Republic
  • Saenwyn: A Song of Ashes - Corentin of House Tremayne, King of Saenwyn and Defender of the Realm

(excuse me while I blow my own trumpet)

Smyg the slow-running Louisiana
Smyg is pretty much the storytelling epic
Smyg of this century
Smyg Huojin is writing the Great American Novel and it's not even American

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Re: What are we listening to?

Postby RinKou » 03:55:51 Tuesday, 31 May, 2016



Long rambling
It'd be a little cliche to say Andy got me through some tough times, so I'm not going to say that. But I will say that his music was a big part of my life, and part of that was in how he seemed so in control of things, how he could control a crowd and own a stage, how he could bare his soul in front of a room and without any self-consciousness. He was my "I would be proud to lose a fight to this guy" guy.

That all said, this new album is complete shit. Like, utter garbage, man.

Maybe I'm a little hypocritical to say this, but this whole album reeked of insecurity. It's a midlife crisis of an album. This is the best track on the album, but still, that refrain, "Why are we so afraid?" I don't know, man, why are you? The river was always such a powerful symbol of hope and guidance in earlier albums, but now it shows up again as a silent god, echoing the themes of the rest of the track.

I'd never referred to Andy as a whiteboi rapper, but I might have to re-evaluate, because that's what this album felt like. It was empty braggadocio masquerading as a critique of empty braggadocio. Like, bruh, you skipped that whole show by not doing that at all - you proved you were above that petty shit by writing top notch lyrics about stupid niche topics and your life through metaphor. I came here for stories about petty conmen criss-crossing flyover country, stories about doomed seamen and mountaineers, stories about sappy mayfly romances and the goofy kid who gets up every time he gets knocked down.

The fuck are you dissing Rick Ross for? Motherfucker doesn't even know you exist.

Where's the man that told us he could move the world with just a lever and a place to stand?
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Re: What are we listening to?

Postby Maddox » 23:26:17 Sunday, 07 August, 2016

Casimir Georges Vachon, Légion de Laffite - Louisiana
Prince Gustave Tremayne, Duke of Lathair, Margrave in the West, Count of Wynriver, Blood Royal
Ralf Persson, Axe Murderer - Dark Waters


Prime Minister Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi, Republic of India - 1968


<Rinkou> Like, the only thing I listen to is the vibrations of the earth and Joe Rogan podcasts, man

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Re: What are we listening to?

Postby RinKou » 02:59:56 Monday, 15 August, 2016

G&G: Absentee GM

If you say that prancing mailman of a GM is ever going to run the gangster game WELL THEN I SAY GOOD DAY SIR -oyid

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Re: What are we listening to?

Postby Pager » 15:32:51 Wednesday, 17 August, 2016

RinKou wrote:

I like this song.

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Re: What are we listening to?

Postby Master of Oblivion » 08:05:56 Tuesday, 11 October, 2016



I really like this song.
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Re: What are we listening to?

Postby Cthulhuvong » 21:02:33 Sunday, 23 October, 2016

Has anyone ever thought of a playlist for their own funeral? I have, and here it is in the order it should be played:

Revolution - The Beatles
Demons - Imagine Dragons
Stockholm Syndrome - Muse
Another Brick in the Wall - Pink Floyd (Parts 1-3)
Land of Confusion - Genesis (Disturb cover is better)
No Shelter - Rage Against the Machine
Won't Get Fooled Again - The Who
Wanted Dead Or Alive - Bon Jovi
We Will Rock You - Queen
Don't Fear the Reaper - Blue Oyster Cult
The Sound of Silence - Simon and Garfunkel (Disturbed cover is better)
Highway to Hell - AC/DC
Hell March 2 - Frank Klepacki (Red Alert 2 theme song)
Sympathy for the Devil - Rolling Stones
Stairway to Heaven - Led Zeppelin
1812 Overture - Tchaikovsky (with cannons is better)

Of course its a long playlist, and not what you normally expect when it comes to honoring someone, but I feel it fits me and my life more than a quiet, somber ceremony. Plus the cannons at the end are a triumphant way to go. Everyone should go out with cannon fire, I feel.
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It is also a fact that, as people get older, their brain cells die at a faster and faster rate. I would therefore like to propose that conservatism be classified as a degenerative disease."
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