Description: Music, movies etc... Recommendations.
Pandemonium - November 14, 2006 08:45 AM (GMT)
Laibach - "Volk".
This album is weird, but cool. The band use many national anthems as base for their songs, combined with sorta futuristic sounds.
I especially like "America" when they sing "we are the children of God!". The irony is mountain-high.
When writing exams, I got a habit of listening to one album or band the whole week. There is a great possibility this album will "be" the exam I'm writing now.
fourganger88 - November 14, 2006 09:08 AM (GMT)
that'd ruin the album for me. I go to pieces in exams, so any kind of association by music would just taint the music for me.
Pandemonium - November 26, 2006 04:50 PM (GMT)
Opeth... mmmmm... Relaxing music.
Boss_Salvage - November 26, 2006 08:17 PM (GMT)
How'd you like Laibach's "Wat"? It has its moments for me, but yeah, I overplayed it during one finals week so don't listen to it much anymore :P
Pandemonium - November 26, 2006 10:45 PM (GMT)
I haven't heard that one. Will search for it!
In other news: I am analyzing a short story by Raymond Carver: "Gazebo". As a gamer, I had to choose that title. Everyone that has read Knights of the Dinnertable
or the Chronicles of Michelle
will probably understand what I mean...
fourganger88 - November 27, 2006 08:21 PM (GMT)
Has anyone seen Tetsuo The Iron Man? it's quite a chaosy film, lots of people sprouting metal appendages in avery gruesome way.
Boss_Salvage - November 28, 2006 04:10 AM (GMT)
Heh, good old Tetsuo. I think "weird as hell" is the best I can do to describe it, but I agree that it's really chaotically industrial. And I think you could have thrown some " " on "appendages," maybe with a ;) or two given the certain drill that gets "sprouted" ...
fourganger88 - November 28, 2006 05:30 AM (GMT)
Perhaps. When I saw it for the first time all I could say after the drill scene was "why God, why".