>song begins with sounds of band plugging in instruments
>song begins with the instruments already plugged in
>album begins with the band member pronouncing the band's name, followed by a 1,2,3,4 and a short punk tune
>second track is a field recording of a prank call that features the band member masturbating
>Vast majority of discography is acoustic
>Does an "unplugged" album.
>artist is known for his use of distorsion and heaviness
>does an "unplugged" album
>followed by EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
>rock musicians act offended when you leave the vicinity of their ear-raping, brain-damaging cacophony
>"hit" track is last track, all fourteen previous tracks are garbage-produced experimental demo shit
>every odd-numbered song in the album is a live recording of one of the band members spoonfeeding people the meaning of each preceding song
>song uses random objects as instruments
>album is an hour long compilation of sexual assault victim interviews
>musicians give quasi-philosophical reasons for being in a band
>despite the fact that nothing but desire for fame, fortune, sex, and drugs fueled their childhood fantasies
>it is not the Stone Cold Steve Austin theme
>artist's discography spans more than 15 years of material
>they try to appeal to today's demographic
>album isn't an hour long compilation of sexual assault victim interviews
>guitar player who says he'd kill himself if his hands broke and he could never play guitar again, like it's his divine mission in life to rock out
>are we ready?
>we will keep that one right?
>fifth track is a sound collage of recordings from a retirement home
>Intro to the record is the shortest song
>Last song is the longest
>band plays one of their albums from start to finish every night of tour
>Intro to the record is the longest song
>Last song is the shortest
>every song on album incorporates the same drum beat
If I couldn't play guitar anymore I would spiral into a deep depression. Not because it's my 'mission' or 'purpose on this earth' type thing, but because it's like smoking to me. If I see a guitar, I need to play it.
It's also a fabulously versatile instrument, and not everybody 'rocks out'....
>artist/band has different tracks on different releases with the same name
I had Hammerfall in mind. This one, to be exact.
in all honesty, it's an amazing power metal drum pattern easily extendable into a beat..
>album starts with the sound of a piano bench creaking
>album ends with the same sound
>interlude right before the good song
>title isn't even "interlude" so you know to skip that shit
>album is just lame pick-up lines read over some smooth jazz