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Old 05-16-2018, 01:20 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Do you have drone of any kind in your repertoire? I get that a taste thing, but I feel like this is a preference like being turned off by DM vocals: it's something you can "unlearn" pretty quickly.
I don't have any outright drone. I was looking through my collection for some albums that arguably work a little more on that sort of level, than what I mostly listen to - but it's still music with a lot of "movement" when compared to drone.

The albums I have that come closest (but not very close):

mary jane leach - ariadne's lament


Jenny Hval - Mehses of Voice


I was gonna say Holy Herndon's album, Platform, but I'm listening to it right now and there are far more shifts and much more melody than I remembered. It's very sound and texture centric, but in no way droning.

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Old 05-16-2018, 01:32 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Since it's just one big track, I don't think there's any choice but to listen to it as one piece. I find it hard to believe many people would be confused about that once they realize what's going on.
Well, the original release, as Jerusalem, was split up into six tracks so theoretically you could listen to the different parts as different pieces of music.
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Well, the original release, as Jerusalem, was split up into six tracks so theoretically you could listen to the different parts as different pieces of music.
I didn't know that. Listening through the album, I didn't notice it ever having good places to place a cut - so the six track version must still be pretty seamless.
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I didn't know that. Listening through the album, I didn't notice it ever having good places to place a cut - so the six track version must still be pretty seamless.
It is. Still, there are different movements within the song so there are places it could be broken up. If I remember correctly, the way the record company did it was kind of arbitrary though.
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Okay. Okay. I didn't get it before. I do now. Fuck.
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definitely one of my favorite overrated albums 7/10
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Okay. Okay. I didn't get it before. I do now. Fuck.
You mean you get Dopesmoker?
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Trollheart is high as ****.
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Dopesmoker? Holy Mountain? Which one's better? They're both legendary albums that defined the genre. 10.
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