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Discussion in 'Music, Movies & Media' started by Baya Rae 4900, Feb 1, 2012.
completely irrelevant, I just like it.
Yea well try this on for size.
And then you start the thread with the biggest wanker in Metal?
...and a composition by Vivaldi...
That deserves a double facepalm
Holy fuck, they did Chopin. Holy fuck.
I don't know who he is. I don't care.
No, not a facepalm. Only decent metal songs are covers of classical compositions. Anybody who disagrees is wrong.
Well, taking in account the bananas u call fingers, I can understand why u get all wet with riffytards
10 years ago, I don't recall what metal band it was, had their music in a ballet performance in Stockholm.
You're just jelly because your significant other prefers my manly banana fingers to your slender womanly fingers.
I've never been that impressed with Saxon; but this is one of my favorite songs of all time.
In fact, the first 3, maybe 4 LPs were amazing in their moment...
Actually I do have a soft spot for them, 'spesh the three instrumentals, to live is to die, orion and call of ktulu
Fuck, it has been ages since last time I heard that
that's a track that demands full volume
In summary, you're not inviting us to recommend to you good heavy metal, but trying to "educate" us once more.
Not that I don't like classical music, but I have a feeling that you wouldn't know good music if it shattered your eardrums. Then again, wannabe-fascist tossers like you rarely have good taste.
No, I'm taking a dump on your musical tastes. I don't give a shit whether idiots (who listen to a bunch of incoherent babble recorded over the trashing of something that sounds akin to a metal trashcan being hit against a brick wall repeatedly then call it art) are self-aware.
Still on my first play-through.
@TheDukeOfCrowns Pretty good.
Now, I like classical. but I also like Metal. but which one is better? There's only one way to find out. FIGHT!
@Moscow That's not metal as they're intelligible.
I beg to differ. Judas priest are one of the best one most recognised metal bands ever.
Again, they're intelligible. They should fall under rock.
Implying you should fall on metal.
Preferably spiked and rusted one
You seem to be mislead, in that you believe the difference between metal and rock (or any other genre) lies primarily in the music itself, when it's clearly the album covers amd what the bands wear.
Now, on first glance you might not see much stylistic difference; both bands have an edgy, vaguely runic script as their logo - but while Def Leppard (hard rock) settle for the freedom loving giant guitar on a semi-truck, Judas Priest (heavy metal) go with the shocking (in the 80s) option of a razorblade cutting fingers.
The difference becomes more apparent in their outfits:
T-shirts and pants in 80s pastel colors? Not metal.
Homoerotic spiked leather? Throw the horns!
How metal you are is the average of album covers and on-stage clothes. Iron Maiden might not wear leather, but their album covers are as metal as they come. So overall, they're still pretty metal.
I'm not even kidding.
Yeah, rope walking the thin line between sarcasm and truth
You seem to have no idea how broad of a genre Metal actually is, and what actually constitutes Metal. Bravo for making another uneducated shitpost The Member Formerly Known As Baya, bravo.
So the difference between metal and heavy metal would be...
I know what's metal. I hanged out with people during high school that listened to metal. It's perquisites are... actually, I already listed them.
Also, I just looked it up. Metal is a subgenre of rock. Ha! Go eat a dick, Beefcake.
So you didn't actually refute my point at all, good job dillhole. Judas Priest is Metal and if you disagree, you're wrong and stupid.