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Form the ashes the /r/music plug.dj rises again! Come on in to share some music and discover new tunes.
59
We are Nick and Evan from Busty and the Bass, Ask Us Anything!
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Motion City Soundtrack - Even If It Kills Me [Pop-Punk] 10 year anniversary of this album's release.
2020
Linkin Park to honor Chester Bennington in band's first concert since his death
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LINKIN PARK & FRIENDS - CELEBRATE LIFE IN HONOR OF CHESTER BENNINGTON - Linkin Park
737
Blue Öyster Cult - Godzilla [Rock/Hard Rock]
77
Dusty Springfield - Son of a Preacher Man [Soul]
113
One More Light (Official Video) - Linkin Park [Alternative]
44
Canned Heat - Going Up The Country [Blues Rock]
13
The Bangles - Walk Like an Egyptian [Pop]
64
No Doubt - Don't Speak [rock]
279
Gogol Bordello - American Wedding [Gypsy Punk]
9
Looks like someone finally created an Ipod Shuffle player for Spotify
201
Pogo - The Trouble [Electronic]
8
Sufjan Stevens - John Wayne Gacy jr [indie folk] - [03:24] A haunting song about the real life 'IT' killer clown.
371
Metric - Black Sheep [Pop Rock]
8
Justice - D.A.N.C.E. [French House]
11
Fat Freddy's Drop - Blackbird [Reggae Dub]
18
Roy Orbison - Oh, Pretty Woman [Rockabilly]
1830
Simon and Garfunkel - Bridge Over Troubled Water [Folk Rock]
6
Air - Playground Love (Vibraphone Version) [Downtempo]
7
The Saints - (I'm) Stranded [Punk] (1976)
7
The The - Infected [Post-Punk] (1986)
3
Wuthering Heights - Kate Bush [pop]
37
King Crimson - Starless [Progressive Rock]
14
Vangelis - Blade Runner Blues [Electronic/Ambient]
4
Bonnie Prince Billy - I See a Darkness [folk] the entire album
3
Bobby Pickett - Monster Mash [Novelty song]
10
Fear Factory - Body Hammer [Industrial Metal]
12
Tom Waits - Downtown Train [Rock]
4
Korn - Untitled (Album) [Nu Metal]
5
My Bloody Valentine - In Another Way [Shoegaze]
16
Link Wray - Rumble [Instrumental Rock & Roll]
27
Gary Numan - Cars [New Wave]
8
Emerson Lake & Palmer - Knife Edge [Progressive Rock]
3
Morrissey - Spent the Day in Bed [Alt Rock] [2017]
2
Agnes Obel - Tokka [Classical] [1:30]
3
What CD walkman from ebay uk would you recommend me?
4
The Smiths - I Know It's Over [Rock]
3
Captain Tractor - The Last Saskatchewan Pirate [Alternative-Comedy]
2
London Grammar - Non Believer [indie pop]
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47 years ago today we lost the great Jimi Hendrix
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.
71 TheLakeAndTheGlass I like the "dip" in the song. You're thinking "hey, November Rain's over!" No, it isn't. There's more...
35 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.
32 GREGAZORD_ "Oh no it's raining. Time to DIVE THROUGH THE CAKE!!!!"
39 BetterTDYK Excuse me, I need to go outside and solo in the wind.
40 Trumbot Man, when this video came out it was an EVENT!
31 uofwi92 @ 7:05 - this break / hook still gives me chills. Every time. Piano, full orchestra, SLASH!
13 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.
43 lavenderaurora I’ll always upvote GNR. Since I was a little girl this has always been one of my favorites. Slash tears it up!
11 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 7sle 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.
17 snake2skate My wife and I took our daughter to see GNR last week [lil Slash ](https://imgur.com/gallery/iPX7n)
6 SightedSe7en hell yeah