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Have you ever had to tape a cassette together? I did 🤓.. It worked for months with the same skip...

They just don't make duets like this anymore... Put a hot chick that rips in backup vocals? I'll listen 

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On 2/18/2021 at 11:36 PM, gumby73 said:

Have you ever had to tape a cassette together? I did 🤓.. It worked for months with the same skip...

They just don't make duets like this anymore... Put a hot chick that rips in backup vocals? I'll listen 

Ellen Foley gained high public recognition singing the duet with Meat Loaf on the hit single "Paradise by the Dashboard Light" from the 1977 album Bat Out of Hell.[6][7] Although Karla DeVito (who toured with Meat Loaf in support of the album) is featured in the music video, DeVito is lip synching to Foley's vocals.[8]

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4 hours ago, tiamat63 said:

Im not really a slipknot fan, but they've got half dozen songs I like.  Plus Jay Weinberg is a monster drummer.   Sometimes you just need to get the blood flowing.  In all honesty, that song is quite tame.

I had to listen to my son's screaming garage band practice in our garage when he was a teen. Sacrifices parents make some times.🙄😂

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2 hours ago, TexasAg1969 said:

I had to listen to my son's screaming garage band practice in our garage when he was a teen. Sacrifices parents make some times.🙄😂

I'm simple, yet very particular.  If you're going to scream, there better be some technique, passion and lyricism behind it or I ain't listening.

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I really like the Foo Fighters, but this song is not good. He just keeps repeating the same lyrics over and over and over

 

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On 2/22/2021 at 3:23 PM, MLD Woody said:

Kid Cudi's latest album is fantastic

 

I really have enjoyed practically all of Juice WRLDs catalog too. He was incredibly talented so it is a shame he passed away.

Considering everything he's done since his first album has been...not good, it's a relief to hear something better might have been produced.

As for Juice, aside from some of his freestyles, I found his actual songs mediocre.  I can see why some people like him though.  Shame how young he went.

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12 minutes ago, MLD Woody said:

You should listen. It flows.

 

For Juice, it's similar to me. He just floats on the beat. Very chill.

I suppose that's my issue.  The pop-hop "it's chill" being mistaken for serious talent.  Freestyles aside, just not feeling it.

Closest thing that has come out recently would be Mac Miller.  But that's more hip hop with funk and soul added in. Almost like Warren G but, as Montell Jordan once said, lower case G.

I'll give the new Kudi a listen this weekend.

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