Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by aimeeandbeatles, Jan 11, 2020.
(plugs in electric guitar)
A BTO concert circa 2013. Those guys were still wailin'. Awesome.
EDIT: Moving on to a 1986 Dire Straits show from Sydney.
Listening to so much Tame Impala on youtube has got my suggested/recommended in a really groovy state of affairs
Been stuck in my head again. Early synth!
Grew up hearing people generally either like Elvis or the Beatles and felt pretty left out. Some of the Beatles has grown on me over time though.
I already listen the Beatles since I can remember my father is a huge fans of them, I never got bored listening to them over and over again. But I'm not that well acquaintance about Elvis though.
This is my guitar gently weeps in acoustic, it's even sound better than the original:
Acoustic is usually better.
Symphony X - The Divine Wings of Tragedy
This came on a DC radio station playing old school tracks the other day...can't believe I slept on this for so long so damn good
Linkin Park - One Step Closer
Whoa, the lead singer hung himself 2.5 years ago.
I knew the Soundgarden guy always sounded depressed in his songs, but wow never would have guessed the Linkin Park guy was hurtin.
(G)I-DLE - 'Oh my god'
13 million views in the 1st 24 hours it has been up.
Jethro Tull - Fat Man
Flutes will never be cool like Bass Guitar, but it was a good effort.
A Russian pop artist I like a lot, Sergey Lazarev, put out a new English track with a strong 80s synth-wave style. Hopefully it means he will be putting out an English album in similar style. He did a Russian album in the synth-wave style, Ya Ne Boyus, which I quite liked.
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