Post songs that describe how you are feeling right now, or are just stuck in your head.
I got 2 songs in mind. This one:
and this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKRA7weVyLs
Also... Pearl Jam. 11/10 OP. Good job.
I live and work within 1 mile of Eddie Vedders house. He comes into my work a couple times a year to buy his daughter various sports equipment.
Cool dude. My hometown is in the same area as his (he's from Evanston, IL) and I currently live a couple miles from where he lived in San Diego before Cornell called him up to Seattle (tbh I like Soundgarden more).
What's some o your favorite songs/albums from PJ?
Nice. I've lived in Seattle my whole life. He's treated like royalty around here. He's the only vocalist to survive the 90s... as well as Pearl Jam as whole survived and are still rocking.
How do people in your area/hometown feel about him?
I love his depressing stuff. Too me, a good vocalist is only good if they can say how you feel. They can put your emotions into words when you have no words for them yourself and Eddie does that perfectly and in so many songs.
Like "Release". "Black". "Immortality".
And "Elderly woman behind the counter in a small town". I love some of the lyrics from that song.
Nice, my PJ bros up in here. See them every chance I gan get.
I just want to die
Love this song too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPUwtyZglQI
My first tattoo was going to be lyrics from this song.
"I'll hold the pain. Release me".
A lotta the bands still survived, but most of em changed members (Alice in Chains), changed style drastically and were forgotten (Smashing Pumpkins), or just continued to evolve all over the place (Cornell and Soundgarden). Actually, Soundgarden doesn't really identify as grunge like a lotta the others do.
I love No Code, Yield, and Binaural the most.
In my Tree, In Hiding, No Way, Of The Girl, Off He Goes, Low Light, Sleight Of Hand - anything along those lines tends to really get to me.
In Chicago he's pretty well-respected, especially cause he's still really adamant about being Chicagoan. Not a lotta people actively listen to him outside of generation X (older folks usually listen to blues and classic rock, younger folks listen to a lotta post rock and fusion) but everyone knows and admires him at least.
In San Diego very few people actually know him. San Diegans generally have shitty or really narrow music tastes.
I live Pearl Jam but the shit after the 4th album just got weird and not my thing at all. I'd be sad about the loss but they managed not to fuck up and destroy themselves through the 90s live every other good band. So if they wanna do folk music because they have zero fucks to give more power to them. Sometimes not being a sell out means you make shit music, and as long as you don't get pissy about no one wanting to listen to your shitty non sell out music then thats okay.
Also, it's California. What can you expect. No offense, but if there's anybody us people here in Seattle hate more than people in Portland, it's people in California as a whole. Especially San Francisco. Haha.
Brb I have to take a shit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hp5r9qwqpPc
Man I'm with the Rollins approach on California.
Bomb the whole fucking place.
Except the mountains and deserts where no one lives. Those can stay.
Speaking of Rollins, anyone familiar with Rollins Band? Shit is so fucking cash. Alternative metal/post hardcore punk, funk, groovy blues rock. Whatever man.
Nothing much to elaborate. Its just the usual unhappiness I've felt for god knows how long. But mostly because of the fact that the person that I've loved dearly left 5 years ago and haven't recovered since. I really like that particular piece by Mozart because of its poignant innocence. Makes me reflect on the more cheer-some days of my youth.
Both of these are incredible versions of the song
> god tier
When I feel most alone in the world, and I can't get away to nature due to being too weak and scared to ditch societal obligations, music is my best friend, writing is my best psycho analyzer, and skyrim is my new home.
> implying I use tumbler
I grabbed it off Google faggot
Kill Bill is the shit, what are you saying anon
I don't agree with the song. I just thought it was hilarious.
Also yeah, Kill Bill vol 1 and vol 2 are among my favorite movies ever. Tarantino will never do better than those movies.
get off of that pulp fiction bandwagon, nigga.
Enter the realm of extreme stylization exploitation with The Bride
I watched that shit right when I came out. I was only 7 or 8 years old, but they instantly became my Ma's favorite movies for two reasons: she loves loves loves westerns and samurai movies, and she has had 3 husbands, so a movie about killing one's ex-husband was quite appealing and empowering to her, lol. She also is a huge music buff, so an OST like that of any Tarantino film got her goin much as it gets me goin.
I didn't see it til like a few years ago, blew my damn mind.
I wish more people even knew this album was in existence.
Didn't realize I was so tense til that calmed me down, thanks anon
This one is great too
Very nice, how bout some of this?
This album is so good, but the composer is so unknown, and none of the musicians seem to be divulged. Nonetheless, Japan puts out some really fuckin' good musicians and composers (ehem, Yoko Kanno and The Seatbelts, granted many of the seatbelts were from NYC, Paris, Morrocco, etc)
yeah i regret not going.
I've only been to two stadium concerts before. Trans-Siberian Orchestra and Megadeth's Gigantour (with Black Label Society and a bunch of lesser metal bands)
May want to skip ahead a bit of this one