Looking for really catchy 70's hard rock songs that have a long groovy jam session in the middle. Examples of ones I like would be Stranglehold by Ted Nugent, Working Man, and By-Tor and the Snowdog by Rush.
Yeah there's a similar thread up but I'm looking for a good, sad album to get me through the day without drinking (22 days sober, don't want to fuck it up)
I need more blackened punk like sexdrome, raspberry bulbs, bone awl, gay kiss, total abuse.
I've not heard any of her music but I might go ""ironically""
he'll be fine
>someone hacked james ferraro twitter
>100% its someone from /mu/
What is the best guitar duo of all time, and why is Thurston and Lee?
>those unstable bridges on those expensive guitars.
Seriously those bridges ruin the guitar, fucked intonation, always dropping out of tune, the guitar sounds thin, lacks sustain. The only advantage is the trem and they don't use it half the time. I don't know why they didn't use strats and teles more.
this is actually pretty good t b h
Last night I hung out with a producer who has a track on swish and he played a little bit for me...
I managed to record a little bit of it but the audio is quite distorted due the high volume and the fact it was recorded in my pocket secretly...
Would anyone be interested in hearing the audio?
What do you think of Britain's first DJ, Jimmy Saville?
Any more like this /mu/?
I've already checked out Frank Ocean and Miguel, but I need more
Can we have a /mu/ mysteries, myths and legends thread? Start of with Faul McCartney
OPEN YOUR HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEART