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7 September 2017
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What. The. Smeg.
Turn it down...

https://youtu.be/kugbn-hGAhg

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That video is not available (at least in Canada) so I found another one. Song sounds to me too much like the kind of 90s alternative-rock that I never cared for, with a singer who maybe bought too many U2 records. But it builds and builds nicely, I like the introduction of the synth 2/3 of the way through, and the intro is unique. Turn it up 0.3 notches.

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Turn it up. Love a bit of Blue Oyster Cult.

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TURN IT UP! I love the song anyway, but this live performance of Ninet... wow! Incredibly moving, really!

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Turn it up, because Matt Bellamy and Thom Yorke both owe so much to him. heart Also, it's good.

https://youtu.be/HtCChgCsP8U

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xpost - I've posted two Tim Buckley tracks in the last coupla months, I figured somebody would post his son eventually!

Turn that Kinks track up!  Classic.

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Hm, turn it up a tiny little bit, I think. I really love the groove and the bass sound is cool too (plus the line about the Beach Boys is awesome 😉 ) But all in all, there's just nothing about the song that makes me want to come back and listen to it again.

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I'm sorry, but I'll have to turn it down... not really my style.

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TURN UP RICK! DO IT NOW! a-hard-days-night-ringo-15

@Martha may be aware of who this next one is. Heino is probably my favourite artist from Germany, because I like his upbeat renditions of different folk songs and believe it or not, along with discovering The Beatles, got me back into playing guitar! Here is a 1973 hit of his, a cover of Rosamunde (AKA The Beer Barrel Polka): 

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16 September 2017
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Hm...like Martha said about my last entry, turn it up a tiny bit I guess, but there's no real reason I'd care to hear it again. The tune's overfamiliar and feels noveltyish...too easy to imagine this being re-recorded by Heino in 1979 or so with a new discofied production and rhythm section.

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Turn it up, it reminds me of The Beatles.

The Writ by Black Sabbath (Sabotage, 1975, Heavy Metal)

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17 September 2017
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TURN UP RICK! DO IT NOW! a-hard-days-night-ringo-15

@Martha may be aware of who this next one is. Heino is probably my favourite artist from Germany, because I like his upbeat renditions of different folk songs and believe it or not, along with discovering The Beatles, got me back into playing guitar! Here is a 1973 hit of his, a cover of Rosamunde (AKA The Beer Barrel Polka): 

Oh my god, yes! Of course, I know this!a-hard-days-night-john-6 This is always being played at parties when everybody's drunk over here - so this stirred up some funny memories (I don't drink though). My favourite German artist/group would probably be Kraftwerk.

Anyway, turn Black Sabbath up, I like the lazy energy of the song, like a giant who walks through the lands and although he's moving rather slow most of the time, he is a force of nature to everything around him. The many changes of mood are also cool - the harpsichord part, I like best, I think.

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Turn it up. I don't mind listening to a bit of Billy Bragg if i'm in a political mood!

Anyone else think this Tame Impala song sounds like the Beatles?

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19 September 2017
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I don't hear anything particularly Fabsish there myself, but that's no reason not to turn it up! Many nice squiggly psychedelic sounds in that one, basic tune is maybe a bit repetitive but doesn't get boring.

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Turn it up- reminds me of the Sex Pistols' cover of 'Stepping Stone'.

I love watching this entire concert - the opening song is pretty cool. Love the horn section!

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Turn it up. I love the groove!

Not once does the diversity seem forced -- the genius of the record is how the vaudevillian "When I'm 64" seems like a logical extension of "Within You Without You" and how it provides a gateway to the chiming guitars of "Lovely Rita. - Stephen T. Erlewine on Sgt Pepper's

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Eh, turn it down. The vocals sound a bit forced, and the instruments are electronic (not going to go down well with me).

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That's a good one, turn it up! Really enjoy that bass line. A bit more aggressive vocal than the other Fresh Prince tracks I've heard.

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I've heard that song before on the jazz radio station on GTA 4 (I know, I shouldn't have been playing that...'paul-mccartney-facepalm_gif)  but it's quite nice, so turn it up. a-hard-days-night-john-6

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(haha yeah, I noticed that several of the youtube commenters specifically mentioned GTA4)

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