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793
Grammy Discussion Thread 2018
132
Hey! I'm Matt McGuire, drummer & touring musical director for The Chainsmokers. Ask Me Anything!!
5143
Audioslave - Like a Stone [Rock]
412
Social Distortion - Ball and Chain [Punk Blues]
6635
No Doubt - Don't Speak [Alternative rock, Alternative/Indie, Pop] (1995)
339
Bruce Springsteen - I'm On Fire [Folk Rock]
189
The Streets - Has it come to this? [Uk Garage]
51
Yes - Roundabout [classic rock]
14521
Whitney Houston - Star Spangled Banner [Pop National Anthem] (1991 Super Bowl XXV, Tampa FL)
108
Siouxsie And The Banshees - Cities in Dust [Post-Punk/Goth Rock]
63
The Proclaimers - I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) [Rock]
26
The Kooks - Always Where I Need To Be [Indie Rock]
16
The Police - Walking on the Moon [Reggae Rock]
16
The Used - Pretty Handsome Awkward [Emo, Punk/Alternative Rock] (2007)
16
Hum - Stars [Alternative rock, Shoegaze, Space rock] (1995)
9
Phantogram - Black Out Days [Dream Pop/Electronic Rock]
7
Van Morrison -- Wild Night [Rock]
6
Prince & The Revolution - Kiss [Pop/Funk]
9
I've just discovered Thin Lizzy's album "Jailbreak"
5
Misfits - Saturday Night [Punk]
19
Lord Huron - Wait By The River [American Indie Folk] (2018)
4
If you could only listen to one album for the rest of your life
7
Your experience going to a concert alone?
13
The Human League - Don't You Want Me [pop]
9
Nick Cave - Johnny Cash cover of The Mercy Seat [Alternative Rock/Country]
5
Guns n’Roses - Knocking on Heaven’s door [Rock]
6
Ghost - From The Pinnacle To The Pit [Metal]
8
Journey - Wheel in the Sky [Rock]
180
Mungo Jerry - In The Summertime [Skiffle, Rock, Folk, Pop] (1970)
5
Journey - Who's Crying Now [Rock]
6
Joan Jett - I Love Rock And Roll [Rock]
5
The Kinks - Shangri-La [60's English Rock]
15
The Art of Noise with Max Headroom - Paranoimia [avant-garde]
3
Counting Crows - Mr Jones [Alternative Rock]
4
Joan Jett - Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah) [Rock]
4
Marmozets - Major System Error [Math Rock]
3
Autoheart - My Hallelujah [Indie Pop/Alternative Rock]
3
The Dangerous Summer - Where I Want To Be [Rock/Pop Punk] (Van recently robbed on tour, info in comments)
9
Desert Sessions - I Wanna Make It Wit Chu [Desert rock]
3
Roseanne - Star Spangled Banner [Pop National Anthem] 1990
12
Over the past 2 years, I've been putting together a {playlist} of synth pop, roaring guitar, big drum power ballads and dance floor greats that make you want to pull down a fist from the heavens. Enjoy!
4
Dredg - Bug Eyes [Rock, Progressive Rock, Art Rock] (2005)
10 oxymoronisanoxymoron I'd rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy.
5 mynamesart One of my all time favorites. I didn't get into him until my 20s, around the time Real Gone came out, but it kind of worked out better that way because I was able to jump around his back catalog and see all the changes and different eras of his work. Definitely an artist that gets better the deeper you dig.
12 frightenedbabiespoo Yes of course he's very underappreciated but so is everyone else outside of the mainstream. In the underground, he is very appreciated.
4 Jamesfarrow1 Ye i like him. My favourite song by him is eggs and sausage
4 JorgeXMcKie He's probably the artist I've been listening to the most of for the last 5 years or so. He has so much amazing music out there. https://imgur.com/gallery/p2th80c We are monkeys with money and guns. ― Tom Waits
3 najing_ftw Possibly my favorite depressing song: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mxVo5mjK4eg
3 fkdsla I liked him in Fishing with John
3 Starplooker909 I was introduced to Waits at a concert in San Diego when he opened for Frank Zappa in 70. Frank nurtured him and other like minded musicians. Very creative even as a folkie, to me his bohemian thing always felt like a bit of a schtick though. His melodies are impeccable, but his voice gives you pause unless you are used to his raspy style. He was heavily influenced by Howlin Wolf & other black singers. Performances by others may make his songs more accessible. Jersey girl, etc. I love the Junk yard drums, unusual instruments and effects. He follows in the grand tradition of Captain Beef Heart and other unique musicians who follow their creative sides and not commercial pursuits.
3 darkstarhaze01 very big fan of Tom Waits music here
3 darkstarhaze01 FYI: HE'S BEEN INDUCTED INTO THE ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME (CLASS OF 2011)
2 AsianFetish69 I really like the song "Step Right Up".
2 LedZebulon I want "Shiver Me Timbers" played at my funeral. Not anytime soon, though.
2 FletchGordon Hell yea. Bone Machine is my favorite
2 Diaperbabee Me too. No other artist that I can't think of off the top of my head can be so evocative in so many genres: jazz, dirges, blues, tarentellas. Lonely is such a beautiful song, so sparsely arranged...
2 DerKaiser023 Incredible artist. Closing Time is the perfect album for anyone who is heartbroken or unhappily in love.
9 0 oxymoronisanoxymoron I'd rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy.
5 0 mynamesart One of my all time favorites. I didn't get into him until my 20s, around the time Real Gone came out, but it kind of worked out better that way because I was able to jump around his back catalog and see all the changes and different eras of his work. Definitely an artist that gets better the deeper you dig.
12 0 frightenedbabiespoo Yes of course he's very underappreciated but so is everyone else outside of the mainstream. In the underground, he is very appreciated.
5 0 Jamesfarrow1 Ye i like him. My favourite song by him is eggs and sausage
4 0 JorgeXMcKie He's probably the artist I've been listening to the most of for the last 5 years or so. He has so much amazing music out there. https://imgur.com/gallery/p2th80c We are monkeys with money and guns. ― Tom Waits
3 0 najing_ftw Possibly my favorite depressing song: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mxVo5mjK4eg
3 0 fkdsla I liked him in Fishing with John
3 0 Starplooker909 I was introduced to Waits at a concert in San Diego when he opened for Frank Zappa in 70. Frank nurtured him and other like minded musicians. Very creative even as a folkie, to me his bohemian thing always felt like a bit of a schtick though. His melodies are impeccable, but his voice gives you pause unless you are used to his raspy style. He was heavily influenced by Howlin Wolf & other black singers. Performances by others may make his songs more accessible. Jersey girl, etc. I love the Junk yard drums, unusual instruments and effects. He follows in the grand tradition of Captain Beef Heart and other unique musicians who follow their creative sides and not commercial pursuits.
3 0 darkstarhaze01 very big fan of Tom Waits music here
3 0 darkstarhaze01 FYI: HE'S BEEN INDUCTED INTO THE ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME (CLASS OF 2011)
2 0 AsianFetish69 I really like the song "Step Right Up".
2 0 LedZebulon I want "Shiver Me Timbers" played at my funeral. Not anytime soon, though.
2 0 FletchGordon Hell yea. Bone Machine is my favorite
2 0 Diaperbabee Me too. No other artist that I can't think of off the top of my head can be so evocative in so many genres: jazz, dirges, blues, tarentellas. Lonely is such a beautiful song, so sparsely arranged...
2 0 DerKaiser023 Incredible artist. Closing Time is the perfect album for anyone who is heartbroken or unhappily in love.