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Everything posted by Jabberwocky

  1. Not a tune but I created a fake shortwave radio recording. A "numbers station" to be exact. I'll link to one as a frame of reference. Anyways, I did this without sampling. No going on to any sound effects websites. All from scratch using old ass Cool Edit Pro and Audacity. I plan on making more for a multimedia ARG project. Enjoy. Legit numbers station (skip intro 24 seconds in) My numbers station
  2. Sahara Hotnights - Alright, Alright (Here's My Fist Where's The Fight?)
  3. Dee Dee Ramone taught my kids how to count to 4

    1. Len Cnut

      Len Cnut

      Dee Dee is my fuckin' hero.  The day he died he fuckin' took a little piece of me with him.  That shit was fucked up.  And y'know, for this guy who was part of a collective that spearheaded a kind of pop culture revolution y'know what he got for it?  A little rolling bar on CNN...not even a fuckin' proper news item.  'Dee Dee Ramone dies'.  The day he died I got some silver spray paint and sprayed 'Dee Dee Ramone 1954-2002' on the back of my leather jacket.  Honestly, really, what the fuck are you doing doing dope in 2002 Dee Dee, come on.  The boy was fuckin' crazy.  Ever see that documentary 'Is Dee Dee Home?'  Its basically Lech Kowalski canabalizing all the interviews with Dee Dee he did for his Johnny Thunders documentary.  Dee Dee was it man, the original crazy junkie punk, part writer, part bass player, part rapper ( :lol: ), there will never be another like Dee Dee Ramone.  If you REALLY think about it this guy with zero fuckin' musical education or grounding, the way he just fuckin' came out and wrote these fuckin' perfectly formed Beatles-esque tracks, its pretty fuckin' mind-blowing, The Ramones were never the same after he left, irreplaceable.  Even played with GG Allin briefly, without knowing who or what the fuck he was :lol:

    2. Jabberwocky


      Well the real mainstream never gave a shit about The Ramones in the first place so I never expected any less after Dee Dee passed. Having him, Joey, and Johnny die within what, in the span of a year or two? It was a gut punch to me for sure. Never saw Is Dee Dee Home. Saw one, I can't remember the name of it, and he was asked why his rap career didn't take off and he goes" Uhhh I don't know. Maybe it's because I'm not a negro" which made me double over in laughter. I did see that GG Allin doc and he was like " "Oh, so it's the murder junkies? I thought it was the GG Allin Band" LOL

      Dee Dee might have looked almost like a Cro-Magnon and he wasn't exactly the most eloquent speaker but the fucking guy was a groundbreaking rock genius that needed no formal education. What he wrote about he meant it 100%. God bless that crazy fucker for influencing A LOT of musicians (myself included) that you don't need to be flashy to make music.

  4. Kiss - C'mon And Love Me (Live/1975)
  5. Testament - Practice What You Preach
  6. The Zelda Song and Other Mislabeled Napster Files - Tales From the Internet
  7. Victoria Williams - Crazy Mary
  8. Sheila E. - The Glamorous Life (Prince's fingerprints are all over this)
  9. Black Sabbath - A National Acrobat
  10. Despite all my rage I am still making minimum wage

    1. soon


      Ha, yep. Can relate!

      Lately Ive been trying to let go of my rage and embrace my own darkness... but thats a different conversation, lol


  11. Cool. I found this thread again so I don't have to make a new one. This shit right here is way up on my list of weird videos. Found out about this channel from a YouTuber called Night Mind.
  12. I really like this version. Stripped down to the heart.
  13. Spacetime Continuum - Vertigo
  14. John Oswald - O'Hell (for those who love plunderphonics)
  15. Jabberwocky

    the 80s

    Yeah he probably has a point but it's one of those things where you're laughing so hard at it that context means nothing. The track they used it on is called "U2." They ended up getting sued over it and any remaining physical copies were destroyed. It is a a perfect example of culturejamming.
  16. Jabberwocky

    the 80s

    Dude have you heard his Top 40 outtake where he is ranting and cussing up a storm? A experimental collage group called Negativland got a hold of it from a fan and used it in a track. Hilarious shit.
  17. Jabberwocky

    the 80s

    Well KMFDM is a drug against W.A.R.
  18. Jabberwocky

    the 80s

    As far as mainstream rock and pop goes, IMHO the 80's really were the dark ages for music. The whole 80's underground music scene was refreshing. Punk went back under the radar but still continued to evolve in a lot of different directions. But what doesn't get a lot of love, at least here, is industrial music. It is something that never went mainstream with the exception of Nine Inch Nails. I loved all of the Wax Trax stuff like early Ministry, My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult, Front 242, KMFDM, etc. I don't know if this might of interest to you @action but here is a great jump off point for
  19. I'm glad she dumped Titanic. No more of those "Is Poppy a android?" videos.
  20. I don't think I ever went to a concert alone but than again I haven't been to a major draw show since the late 90's. I think the last of "that type" was seeing Atari Teenage Riot at the 9:30 Club in Washington DC, which I went alone. I was supposed to go along with somebody else but they flaked out last minute.
  21. Susanna Hoffs - Another time machine babe. Her body is yummy but it's those doe eyes that get me every time.
  22. The Bangles - Tear Off Your Own Head (It's A Doll Revolution)
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