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Grammy Discussion Thread 2018
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Hey! I'm Matt McGuire, drummer & touring musical director for The Chainsmokers. Ask Me Anything!!
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Audioslave - Like a Stone [Rock]
412
Social Distortion - Ball and Chain [Punk Blues]
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No Doubt - Don't Speak [Alternative rock, Alternative/Indie, Pop] (1995)
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Bruce Springsteen - I'm On Fire [Folk Rock]
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The Streets - Has it come to this? [Uk Garage]
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Yes - Roundabout [classic rock]
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Whitney Houston - Star Spangled Banner [Pop National Anthem] (1991 Super Bowl XXV, Tampa FL)
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Siouxsie And The Banshees - Cities in Dust [Post-Punk/Goth Rock]
63
The Proclaimers - I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) [Rock]
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The Kooks - Always Where I Need To Be [Indie Rock]
16
The Police - Walking on the Moon [Reggae Rock]
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The Used - Pretty Handsome Awkward [Emo, Punk/Alternative Rock] (2007)
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Hum - Stars [Alternative rock, Shoegaze, Space rock] (1995)
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Phantogram - Black Out Days [Dream Pop/Electronic Rock]
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Van Morrison -- Wild Night [Rock]
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Prince & The Revolution - Kiss [Pop/Funk]
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I've just discovered Thin Lizzy's album "Jailbreak"
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Misfits - Saturday Night [Punk]
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Lord Huron - Wait By The River [American Indie Folk] (2018)
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If you could only listen to one album for the rest of your life
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Your experience going to a concert alone?
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The Human League - Don't You Want Me [pop]
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Nick Cave - Johnny Cash cover of The Mercy Seat [Alternative Rock/Country]
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Guns n’Roses - Knocking on Heaven’s door [Rock]
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Ghost - From The Pinnacle To The Pit [Metal]
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Journey - Wheel in the Sky [Rock]
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Mungo Jerry - In The Summertime [Skiffle, Rock, Folk, Pop] (1970)
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Journey - Who's Crying Now [Rock]
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Joan Jett - I Love Rock And Roll [Rock]
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The Kinks - Shangri-La [60's English Rock]
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The Art of Noise with Max Headroom - Paranoimia [avant-garde]
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Counting Crows - Mr Jones [Alternative Rock]
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Joan Jett - Do You Wanna Touch Me (Oh Yeah) [Rock]
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Marmozets - Major System Error [Math Rock]
3
Autoheart - My Hallelujah [Indie Pop/Alternative Rock]
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The Dangerous Summer - Where I Want To Be [Rock/Pop Punk] (Van recently robbed on tour, info in comments)
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Desert Sessions - I Wanna Make It Wit Chu [Desert rock]
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Roseanne - Star Spangled Banner [Pop National Anthem] 1990
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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!
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Dredg - Bug Eyes [Rock, Progressive Rock, Art Rock] (2005)
73 TheLakeAndTheGlass I like the "dip" in the song. You're thinking "hey, November Rain's over!" No, it isn't. There's more...
148 rekips This is one of the last times that I can recall music videos really do right by the guitarist when showing a solo. He looks so badass coming out of that church. Same with driving the car off the cliff in "Don't Cry" and coming out of the ocean in "Estranged". Looks so fucking cool.
42 PresidentPreston We should all have a high bar for considering something "iconic," but the videography and art direction of Slash's solo in this music video is deserving of the title. The setting outside an isolated small church, the positioning of Slash (he's not too close to the church, but rather just far enough away that you can capture some great depth-of-field shots), the time of day they shot the footage, the dust that blows over him, Slash's wardrobe (including the cigarette) and the decision to put him out there without a hat, the understated guitar... and of course, the fly-by aerial shots which are perfect at capturing the desolate area & the lone Slash, which fit nicely with the mood created by his beautifully melodic solo. The whole thing is simple, but powerful. I could watch it 100 times and never tire of it. Whichever director/producer came up with this idea was infused with a subtle genius that day.
36 GREGAZORD_ "Oh no it's raining. Time to DIVE THROUGH THE CAKE!!!!"
43 Trumbot Man, when this video came out it was an EVENT!
39 [deleted] Excuse me, I need to go outside and solo in the wind.
36 uofwi92 @ 7:05 - this break / hook still gives me chills. Every time. Piano, full orchestra, SLASH!
15 toadfan64 I can't believe the video almost has 1 billion views. That's usually reserved for the big summer songs and whatnot. It's a nice surprised when something really good is also very popular.
46 lavenderaurora I’ll always upvote GNR. Since I was a little girl this has always been one of my favorites. Slash tears it up!
10 ire43eng13 Two months early maybe?
14 xMeccx Estranged, coma, and locomotive were my top songs from the Illusion albums
12 traitor_swift Theopen casket has a mirror.
6 [deleted] Saw them 2 weeks ago and it was incredible. They did an instrumental cover of Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd and turned it into the intro for November Rain. I was speechless
15 SKWM1993 Song was influenced by a short story by Del James. Rose had been working on it since the early 80s. Song took years to perfect and needless to say he got it right.