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Old 10-03-2010, 12:18 PM   #2441 (permalink)
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I think that would be a good order for Dayvan Cowboy to follow as I don't know how familiar she is with the guttural vocals found in more extreme metals. It can be very hard to get into, especially for women I find (I'm not saying EVERY woman, just some). Meshuggah might do something for you, but it might not, it's very chaotic, but Jens Kidman does some of the best guttural vocals in metal.
I liked that Sunn O))) album Black One, Didn't I? I think I can take some growled vocals, as they didn't really bother me before.
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Old 10-03-2010, 12:32 PM   #2442 (permalink)
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I liked that Sunn O))) album Black One, Didn't I? I think I can take some growled vocals, as they didn't really bother me before.
I didn't know you listened to that album, only Sunn O))) I've heard has been Monoliths & Dimensions (2009) and I didn't really have much desire to go beyond that. I'm just saying from my experiences women have a tougher time with the guttural vocals, and not just me, but a lot of my male metalhead friends. I was just trying to list the albums in a way that got you listening to them to ensure you'll try and do the list.
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I didn't know you listened to that album, only Sunn O))) I've heard has been Monoliths & Dimensions (2009) and I didn't really have much desire to go beyond that. I'm just saying from my experiences women have a tougher time with the guttural vocals, and not just me, but a lot of my male metalhead friends. I was just trying to list the albums in a way that got you listening to them to ensure you'll try and do the list.
Thanks for the list, anyways, I'll be getting some of the albums and listening to them in order today .Also, I could see how women could have problems with guttural vocals. They're not the kind of thing you would really associate with the female sex, anyways, as they've mostly been viewed as a masculine element, in my eyes.
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Old 10-03-2010, 12:54 PM   #2444 (permalink)
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Thanks for the list, anyways, I'll be getting some of the albums and listening to them in order today .Also, I could see how women could have problems with guttural vocals. They're not the kind of thing you would really associate with the female sex, anyways, as they've mostly been viewed as a masculine element, in my eyes.
I've got a few of the albums uploaded so if you are having trouble finding them let me know and I'll send you a link.
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Old 10-03-2010, 06:12 PM   #2445 (permalink)
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I need a song for a film. The characters are in maximum security prison. Some are nice guys, some are just psycho. They're all in there because of violence while they were in prison.

It's got to have fairly long stretches with no words (just music or beat or something) so we can use it under dialogue. It's gotta be serious, and it's gotta be gritty. I'm thinking something actually about prison or getting busted or something. Something about how much it sucks to be prison. Not "boo yah, bein' a gangsta rules", but more "damn, i miss my kids and my girl" sorta stuff. Gettin' it?

Bluesy, soulful is good. Cheery bad.

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i would go with something,like folsum prison blues,but with a edgy female vocal,and some black label society sounding track
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Old 10-03-2010, 07:12 PM   #2446 (permalink)
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i would go with something,like folsum prison blues,but with a edgy female vocal,and some black label society sounding track
That was like 3 years ago so I'm assuming they have what they're looking for.
But I thought you were asking for something like that so here's this:
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Hey does anyone know any good party music i like LMFAO and 3oh!3 if you know any post a youtube link or something for me, thanks
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Old 10-06-2010, 03:33 PM   #2449 (permalink)
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Anyone know of good indie rock bands and bands with female vocals or both?

Besides:
wolf parade
sunset rubdown
the joy formidable
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blood red shoes
the subways
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Old 10-06-2010, 03:36 PM   #2450 (permalink)
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Anyone know of good indie rock bands and bands with female vocals or both?

Besides:
wolf parade
sunset rubdown
the joy formidable
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blood red shoes
the subways
try these albums:

modest mouse - the lonesome crowded west

pixies - doolittle

arcade fire - funeral


i can help you find them if necessary.
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