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788
Grammy Discussion Thread 2018
167
We are Son Lux and our new album BRIGHTER WOUNDS is out now! AMA.
994
Robert Smith fought Mecha-Streisand 20 years ago today!
5409
Dusty Springfield - Son of a Preacher Man [Pop] (1969)
2677
Del tha Funky Homosapien - Mistadobalina [Hip Hop]
296
Crash Test Dummies - Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmmm [Alternative]
399
At The Drive-In - One Armed Scissor [Post-Hardcore]
894
The Mamas & the Papas - Dedicated To The One I Love [Rock, Pop] (1967)
642
Cutting Crew - I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight [Rock] (1986)
609
Patrick Swayze - She's like the wind [Soft Rock] (1987)
136
Nicolas - Final Preparations [Electronic]
292
George Harrison - My Sweet Lord [Folk Rock] (1970)
900
Looking Glass - Brandy (You're a Fine Girl) [soft rock] (1972)
525
Madonna - Like A Prayer [Pop] (1989)
56
Jackson 5 - Want You Back [Classic Soul]
297
Simon and Garfunkel - The Sound of Silence [Pop] (1964)
10490
Alien Ant Farm - Smooth Criminal [alternative rock, rock, alternative] (2001)
27
Leonard Nimoy - The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins [Hobbit Blues]
71
a-ha - Take On Me (2017) [Pop]
47
The Allman Brothers Band - Whipping Post (Live at the Fillmore) [Blues Rock] (1970)
22
The Beach Boys - Good Vibrations [Psychedelic rock] (1966)
13
Eric Johnson - Cliffs Of Dover [Rock]
99
Kansas - Carry On Wayward Son [Rock]
14
The Fratellis - Chelsea Dagger[Pop Rock]
56
Faith No More - Crack Hitler [Alt. Metal] (1992)
200
Mad Season - Artificial Red [Blues, Grunge] (1995)
32
Ten Years After - I'd Love to Change the World [Rock]
97
Felicia Day - Do You Wanna Date My Avatar [Geek pop]
134
The Bangles - Manic Monday [Pop] (1986)
20
REO Speedwagon - Roll With The Changes [Rock] (1978)
65
Absolutely hilarious 90s commercial for a so-called "Punk" CD, hosted by a Valley Girl and a Whitesnake reject. Apparently Huey Lewis & Crowded House are punk. ??{Non-music video}
5
Devo - Beautiful World [New Wave]
10
William Shatner - Mr. Tambourine Man [William Shatner]
32
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Y Control [Garage/Indie rock]
61
I accept your Jim Croce, and raise you a Gordon Lightfoot
18
Weird Al - Alternative Polka [Comedy](1996)
72
The Kinks - Strangers [Rock]
5
Devo - Come Back Jonee [New Wave]
15
Focus - Hocus Pocus [rock]
6
Songs I Love Too Much To Listen To
22
Bonnie Tyler - Holding Out For A Hero [Dance/Rock]
74
Foreigner - Waiting for a Girl Like You [Rock] (1981)
377 alwaysDL With all this extra stressin' The question I wonder is after death, after my last breath When will I finally get to rest? Through this suppression They punish the people that's askin' questions And those that possess, steal from the ones without possessions The message I stress, to make it stop study your lessons Don't settle for less, even the genius asks-es questions Be grateful for blessings Don't ever change, keep your essence The power is in the people and politics we address Always do your best, don't let the pressure make you panic And when you get stranded And things don't go the way you planned it Dreamin' of riches, in a position of makin' a difference Politicians and hypocrites, they don't wanna listen If I'm insane, it's the fame made a brother change It wasn't nothin' like the game It's just me against the world My favorite rap verse of all time. Goosebumps every time I hear it.
48 KotoElessar And the men who murdered him are still free and probably collecting their pensions.
85 ThurgoodLeroyJenkins God Bless The Dead
57 frightenedbabiespoo Life Goes On is the shit
51 hanginround Finally made it to his "thugz mansion" y'all should look that one up, amazing song
22 Barry--Zuckerkorn Got shot on the Vegas strip after a Tyson fight -- no witnesses.
20 rbrtvndrvn Was in 11th grade art class. My buddy came in and asked if heard about 2pac being shot again. I jokingly said "he gets shot weekly, ain't no thang." -RIP 2Pac
29 NotSabre "How long will they mourn me"
30 RepubliCan_t His writing was one of the best. Changes is one of my favorite songs of all time. He wouldnt be out of touch now a days. It's truly sad that he didnt get to see Obama take office.
3 MachReverb "I wrote this song a really long time ago, it was a real long time ago... back in '94."
4 _Ends Always thought Tupac was *way* more relevant and powerful than Biggie. The whole idea that Biggie is constantly played, while it's rare to hear Pac, bothers me immensely. Biggie was great, but spoke about the same. shit. we. still. hear constantly: selling drugs. Pac was conscience. Aware. He was an enigma, and knew it. He was so aware of the ghetto culture problem, while also being a part of it. We need more like him, not less. Yet Biggie "won" the culture icon war between the 2 somehow. Still bothers me. **PAC FOREVER!!!!**
13 Colt45and2BigBags A truly important influence to me. I'm almost glad I was too young to feel the impact of his death. RIP legend
6 jonsmallberries His ghost can legally get some of that Thug Passion!
26 the_produceanator Not a lot of people know this but Tupac actually made an underground video for 'Starin' Through My Rear View', that was literally shot on a VHS camera on a tripod. I was lucky enough to see it because a friend of a friend got a copy. It was amazing, and I wish I still had a copy. I think only a handful of dubs were made, but I really wish one of them survived. The whole thing was done in someone's basement or something. And each rapper would take the tripod arm and move the camera around while the others just danced, moving and waiving their guns around. It was super low budget but it was never meant to be a music video. It was almost as if it was just a home video Tupac and the Outlawz made together. Anyway, whenever I hear a Tupac track I'm always reminded that I was lucky enough to have seen that video.
3 Infinitiandbeyond Last year was a hard one, but life goes on. Holding my head against the wall, learning right from wrong. They say my ghettos instrumentals are detrimental to kids. As if they can't see the misery in which they live. Krazy - Makavelli Album. I listen to this song when I feel down. Not sure why but always makes me feel a bit stronger.
3 mooseLimbsCatLicks Keep ya head up, legs closed, eyes open -Tupac - signed that as a post script on a breakup letter
3 WHACKGETOUT I still remember when his death was announced. I was watching a marathon of "Real World: Miami" when MTV broke in and announced the news.
3 redditrookie707 One of my favorite all time bars of his is on a song called "unconditional love". he says: my eternal mission is to be more than just a rap musician/the elevation of today's generation if i can make them listen the verse just gets deeper and deeper from there. GOAT.
3 guntygoo he wasn't that good
372 0 alwaysDL With all this extra stressin' The question I wonder is after death, after my last breath When will I finally get to rest? Through this suppression They punish the people that's askin' questions And those that possess, steal from the ones without possessions The message I stress, to make it stop study your lessons Don't settle for less, even the genius asks-es questions Be grateful for blessings Don't ever change, keep your essence The power is in the people and politics we address Always do your best, don't let the pressure make you panic And when you get stranded And things don't go the way you planned it Dreamin' of riches, in a position of makin' a difference Politicians and hypocrites, they don't wanna listen If I'm insane, it's the fame made a brother change It wasn't nothin' like the game It's just me against the world My favorite rap verse of all time. Goosebumps every time I hear it.
47 0 KotoElessar And the men who murdered him are still free and probably collecting their pensions.
91 0 ThurgoodLeroyJenkins God Bless The Dead
58 0 frightenedbabiespoo Life Goes On is the shit
53 0 hanginround Finally made it to his "thugz mansion" y'all should look that one up, amazing song
22 0 Barry--Zuckerkorn Got shot on the Vegas strip after a Tyson fight -- no witnesses.
21 0 rbrtvndrvn Was in 11th grade art class. My buddy came in and asked if heard about 2pac being shot again. I jokingly said "he gets shot weekly, ain't no thang." -RIP 2Pac
29 0 NotSabre "How long will they mourn me"
28 0 RepubliCan_t His writing was one of the best. Changes is one of my favorite songs of all time. He wouldnt be out of touch now a days. It's truly sad that he didnt get to see Obama take office.
4 0 MachReverb "I wrote this song a really long time ago, it was a real long time ago... back in '94."
4 0 _Ends Always thought Tupac was *way* more relevant and powerful than Biggie. The whole idea that Biggie is constantly played, while it's rare to hear Pac, bothers me immensely. Biggie was great, but spoke about the same. shit. we. still. hear constantly: selling drugs. Pac was conscience. Aware. He was an enigma, and knew it. He was so aware of the ghetto culture problem, while also being a part of it. We need more like him, not less. Yet Biggie "won" the culture icon war between the 2 somehow. Still bothers me. **PAC FOREVER!!!!**
11 0 Colt45and2BigBags A truly important influence to me. I'm almost glad I was too young to feel the impact of his death. RIP legend
7 0 jonsmallberries His ghost can legally get some of that Thug Passion!
27 0 the_produceanator Not a lot of people know this but Tupac actually made an underground video for 'Starin' Through My Rear View', that was literally shot on a VHS camera on a tripod. I was lucky enough to see it because a friend of a friend got a copy. It was amazing, and I wish I still had a copy. I think only a handful of dubs were made, but I really wish one of them survived. The whole thing was done in someone's basement or something. And each rapper would take the tripod arm and move the camera around while the others just danced, moving and waiving their guns around. It was super low budget but it was never meant to be a music video. It was almost as if it was just a home video Tupac and the Outlawz made together. Anyway, whenever I hear a Tupac track I'm always reminded that I was lucky enough to have seen that video.
3 0 Infinitiandbeyond Last year was a hard one, but life goes on. Holding my head against the wall, learning right from wrong. They say my ghettos instrumentals are detrimental to kids. As if they can't see the misery in which they live. Krazy - Makavelli Album. I listen to this song when I feel down. Not sure why but always makes me feel a bit stronger.
3 0 mooseLimbsCatLicks Keep ya head up, legs closed, eyes open -Tupac - signed that as a post script on a breakup letter
3 0 WHACKGETOUT I still remember when his death was announced. I was watching a marathon of "Real World: Miami" when MTV broke in and announced the news.
3 0 redditrookie707 One of my favorite all time bars of his is on a song called "unconditional love". he says: my eternal mission is to be more than just a rap musician/the elevation of today's generation if i can make them listen the verse just gets deeper and deeper from there. GOAT.
3 0 guntygoo he wasn't that good