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/rum/ - retro music #1 invalid_username- 02/02/2022 (Wed) 23:34:49 No. 14
lets talk music; >what's your favorite format >how big is your collection and what are you collecting >genre? genre! lets talk about it! What niche genres do you like others to know >school's out (forever), but show and tell is still on the menu, do you have some treasures or some neat thingamajig?
>>14 let me start with showing you some middle eastern garage rock from the 60s; we all know the beatles were big, but have you ever heard this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OinRXQXjGcg And as a little extra, some russian surf rock from '69, straight from the cold war into your ears! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Np50qKCvE_M
>>14 2000s rap, my nigga
you want something retro and niche? Have some ddr punk from 1980, that was even for it's time very underground. Schleimkeim (slime germ), this is pure German anti communism(/establishment/pol) rebellion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJnlXMLV-4o https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uullhd5bGes If some one is really interested I can translate the songs.
>>17 nice, but read global rule 3
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I'm a particularly huge fan of 1980s first-wave black metal and old-school hardcore punk. Here's a crust punk track that was extremely ahead of it's time for 1983, an underrated masterpiece of early 80s hardcore punk. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryrQ7QSg9OI
>>18 >>17 that was a bit rough on my end, im sorry, but please mind this is a politics free zone, it only leads to quarrels in the community and were to small for that
>>19 i think i almost blew my speakers when he started singing, but damn thats some nice stuff, it reminds me of ( in comparison) more tame stuff i listend too when i was skateboarding in my younger years.
>>16 ok, show me something cool
>>22 Sorry I forgot this board was pre-2000s Well in that case, NFL/college football music reigns supreme. The board owner agrees
July 1969 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKQfxi8V5FA the video are scenes from fritz langs movie "metropolis" (1927) - an absolute masterpiece of filmmaking history, a must watch for every retrofag in my book.
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I'm drunk and blue on a worksday night, have a nother german evergreen. Fools Garden - Lemon Tree (1995). Is this one even known outside the eu?
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Love me some Ozric Tentacles, one of my favourite prog bands. >1984 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmLs9Sqv9xQ This might be cheating since this song's from 2009 but the band's still old. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9BD3JS2DRI
>>26 >i never posted the link god damn it https://youtu.be/wCQfkEkePx8
>>27 this is the stuff, damn thats good!
>>29 The Ozrics are unparalleled when it comes to making sound landscapes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UviPosBdGAo
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>>27 >prog gotta rep sky, love putting this on when im going down the freeway https://youtu.be/iYxfN7hROwc
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This album's an interesting point in history. It contains the track, Warrior, which is arguably the first power metal track ever recorded, even going back further than this album's 1977 release all the way back to a 1975 demo. Excluding other late 70s tracks from this band, power metal wouldn't become a thing for another 6-7 years after this. Despite being American, Riot was extremely popular in Japan and is often credited for being the biggest influence on the 80s Japanese power metal sound. Great guitar solo towards the end too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbQm-nSjuHI >>31 I need to check out Sky more, I've only heard one track of theirs (well, two now).
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>>15 >russian surf based have some more from right around the 2000 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5gV-YCxULg
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I feel like "retro music" is too vague of a thread concept, but since we seem to have veered into russian stuff, I'll post Radio Africa, my favorite album by Aquarium. Great, genre-shifting stuff, highly recommend it. Tibetan Tango is my favorite track off of it, I wish there was more like it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdGpEquWuiU&ab_channel=Vazil
>>48 I think it's nice having a relaxed "let's see what we all like" kinda thread
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so much great music and when i consider that i started this thread because i fucked around gimp and tought it was a funny image. I wish all of you a great weekend
>>48 >https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IdGpEquWuiU&ab_channel=Vazil this is really good, i like the mixing of different influences
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Recently began listening to Koenjihyakkei, a batshit insane Japanese progressive rock/zeuhl group. While their best album is from 2005, I'd like to bring attention to their 1997 album Viva Koenji. Imagine Magma (the French prog rock band) but pulling from much louder genres like punk and metal. That's pretty much this album. Or to compare it to something more Japanese imagine the Utena soundtrack but on crack. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W36iAoH_FSs
>>56 >https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W36iAoH_FSs great stuff anon, grembo zavia reminds me of early system of a down.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wT1s96JIb0 black magic woman from santana, not a hidden gem or anything but great non the less.
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You like mosquitos right anon?
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>>82 i prefer the other kind of bloodsucker https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5gV-YCxULg
>>19 Awesome stuff. I've been listening to a lot of 80s/early 90s thrash lately. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IPzZkpbDU8E
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I like listening to old Grateful Dead concert recordings on archive.org. It's not that obscure but pretty retro.
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Not particularly obscure, but I've been listening to Ruins a lot recently, they're a Japanese progressive rock/avant-prog/zeuhl group. Really intense, but complex stuff, almost punk-like. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8m9wFAwR_Qs
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>>92 His modern stuff is great too. I still can't believe this album was made entirely by one person. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIu9uPRXB5o
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Recently transferred ~500 albums to my PC. Varied range of genres: electronic, funk and soul, hip hop, jazz and fusion, rock and metal, etc. My funk collection is easily the biggest though. It's mostly 70s and 80s stuff from the USA, Japan and UK. Fav artists are Prince and Parliament/Funkadelic. Absolute banger here: https://youtu.be/HSXUCrVFFrM
>>14 >format FLAC, I hate streaming due to Quality of Life issues. >how big is your collection around 1.2tbs. >what are you collecting Argentine music. All of it. I've got straight from source rips of the earliest recorded music in my country. I'm also well read (heard?) on late 80s seattle alt rock. Musical shitposts are kinda my weakness. >do you have some treasures or some neat thingamajig? I've got a bunch of CDs of local bands known only to my neighbors. Some are -extremely- good experimental/psych rock from bands now gone that only I and a number of friends will ever remember. I've got a technics 1200. My dad was a DJ and we had one for old time's sake. I cant post anythign from those bands tho so have some siouxie inspired post-punk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ly3Ns1SVyZU

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