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420chan is Getting Overhauled - Changelog/Bug Report/Request Thread (Updated July 26)

Music in the Apocalypse

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- Wed, 03 Jun 2015 21:14:49 EST vu1jagXA No.13952
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What music if any will survive the end of the world?
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Frederick Duddlestock - Thu, 04 Jun 2015 00:12:36 EST Bj0SS/bZ No.13953 Reply
Three Little Birds - Bob Marley
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Charles Clishspear - Thu, 04 Jun 2015 19:07:18 EST dp5qB83L No.13954 Reply
>>13952
I saw an old hand crank record player in an antique store once and thought about buying it. Imagine not being able to hear any type of recorded music after a disastrous event knocks out our grid.... Unless you had the hand crank record player. Take care of vinyl collection, as it may be useful if you have a manual player.
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John Dravingwater - Wed, 10 Jun 2015 17:52:40 EST A/tLXkYy No.13963 Reply
>>13952
If you don't hear it on the street corners, it's probably not going to be played often. So, all the shirt songs will be gone.
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Albert Bondletock - Sun, 14 Jun 2015 07:14:55 EST MbBBIoke No.13969 Reply
>>13954
I mean, I've got a vinyl collection and a record player. Just need a 12volt battery to power that plus the amp I use, isn't that hard really.
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Sophie Clundlesare - Mon, 22 Jun 2015 21:07:29 EST ocqnEF9Z No.13975 Reply
folk music, probably percussionist, old country or pop songs that were popular when things were normal. i could see beat boxing and rapping as pretty commonplace also
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Phineas Wackleshit - Thu, 30 Jul 2015 16:50:08 EST mag/yAbg No.14014 Reply
Check it bitch its Death Grips
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Priscilla Hennersture - Thu, 30 Jul 2015 22:19:52 EST bk0BMHm3 No.14016 Reply
rhythm music like african and native american music. people will forget modern ways of playing after a generation or two. We'll go back to community music
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Doris Dollystine - Sat, 01 Aug 2015 06:35:43 EST x/LopDUP No.14017 Reply
>>13952

as long as the right people are still around, rap music will easily continue - that shit is all you hear in prison asides from the occasional country
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Jenny Billingwater - Sun, 02 Aug 2015 09:26:19 EST 3V2NVGgw No.14021 Reply
>>14016

Nonsense. All them will be dead or slaves. Just like before.
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Nigger Sankinpadge - Sun, 02 Aug 2015 19:22:16 EST 2vQbbtxk No.14025 Reply
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>>13952


How fucked up would it be to experience a zombie attack while tripping on mushrooms?
I originally packed a bunch of morphine and amphetamines but decided to just go with antibiotics and painkillers.
Guitar in case i find my way to the top of a mountain or find a hobbits house while i am adventuring.
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Beatrice Brippermedge - Wed, 09 Sep 2015 07:23:01 EST tP7tPRjz No.14116 Reply
In The Dark Tower, they were playing Hey Jude ragtime. You just don't DO that.

I guess it'd be all what you call in America "jug band", in the UK "skittles", in Australia "bush band". You know, jugs, washboards, tea chest, lagerphone. Repurposed stuff because real musical instruments require specialised craftspeople. A few really worn out pianos, violins, guitars. Maybe recorded music and the occasional synthesiser where someone has power, but a pretty random selection of music and worn all to hell. Even instrument repairs can be tricky, like piano tuning, and unless you're an audio tech nerd like Uncle Ghastly, forget repairing the electric ones.

It would be awful. I can see a lot of top forty crap getting murdered, a lot of classics played with the wrong instruments, from memory, without sheet music. You know, Hey Jude played ragtime. That kind of thing.

I can see a lot of religious music being preserved and being performed, that kind of shit is harder to kill than cockroaches. Long after Lady Gaga, The Beatles, and Mozart are forgotten, Closer My Lord To Thee will still be sucking your will to live.
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Priscilla Bullerlut - Fri, 11 Sep 2015 12:13:20 EST 5Vjh/wfp No.14119 Reply
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