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

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The Grateful Dead

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- Thu, 21 Feb 2019 23:39:37 EST /uQYVqQh No.454568
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I don't get it
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Augustus Suddlespear - Tue, 26 Mar 2019 17:36:30 EST AYYjLNKp No.454689 Reply
Ian Dindlespear - Tue, 26 Mar 2019 20:01:16 EST susmXBmj No.454691 Reply
>Dead and Phish are meant to be seen live and baked. You don't listen to their albums or buy their music

They are meant to be enjoyed. I went to a bob dylan show, it sucked either way. But he was mostly a folk artist. Neil Young I can deal with. Getting high can enhance depth, maybe a new dynamic of understanding of the music. Pink Floyd Live at Pompeii is great, echoes while high is just
a perfect circle but fine on it's own. (We weren't born high.) I like about every Dead tune, likely every tune to an extent. I like Tool, about everything. I go on music kicks for a weekend, maybe a week month. Rolling Stones. Skinny Puppy, Sabbath, The Cure, Tricky. I cannot name any classical, country but Fpomp
it's all good in the end.

Jazz, we have this bar, where they had open artists nights, some older black guys from where dumb would come from where dumb ass white people roll up their windows and lock their doors just because they are afraid America. But these guys played one set, improvised, that just blew my mind.
They all did their parts and then came perfectly in sync still doing their own parts but it all blended perfectly. Another guy was an amateur drummer who never played with thee other guys and they just improvised some rock to hard rock and was great. Dead, phish, etc, kinda do that. Take you one direction, then what you expect turns another direction to come back to where they started. Often in
a new form.
Echoes is a perfect example of what I would call a perfect circle.

Look to Dead.net. There was retail dicks picks, now There is Daves Picks. People still buy their stuff.

Grateful Dead as it is known does not exist anymore anyway and there is little comparison between Phish and The dead, Phish just doesn't mess around with dead stuff. To my knowledge no members ever shared the same stage nor one opening for the other in any form.

But whatever. it's all good.


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- Thu, 14 Mar 2019 08:10:05 EST fUdb0daU No.454636
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Anyone going to Bangface this weekend?
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I/O - Fri, 15 Mar 2019 20:25:17 EST e21jkTYE No.454643 Reply
Ahaha yeah I enjoyed reading the names on that lineup as well, I'm sure there's some great music in there
Fucking Hishhat - Sat, 16 Mar 2019 20:42:35 EST 8Wqjzlpm No.454646 Reply
If I didn't recognise a couple of them I'd have thought it was a joke. But they're just good names by people who don't take themselves at all seriously but take their music a bit more seriously. I'm pretty sure DJ Scotch Egg has done whole albums with gameboy soundchips and shit like that.
I/O - Mon, 25 Mar 2019 18:29:27 EST e21jkTYE No.454680 Reply
Oh awesome that sounds fun. He's definitely talented and keeps getting better with each release

You'll Fools Even Play Music?

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- Thu, 21 Mar 2019 17:58:56 EST /1YOOjmD No.454666
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Sup /m/

I know a bunch of you play instruments, but do any of you play with other people? Bands, orchestras, barbershop quartets, anything? My story isn't too interesting, so ignore the spoiler and just post your own!

I started private drum lessons at age 7, and continued until age 17. I played in highschool band for 3 years and in the jazz band too, though I usually wasn't sober at our concerts, a habit which came full-circle and fucked me up in college. I advised Therm0ptic on electronic drum sets, a high point on my musical resume and a debt which he is deeply grateful to have. I also studied at a four-year university and got a degree in music composition.

I quit drumming three years ago because of heroin addiction, muddled with casual benzo use, and regular consumption of alcohol, weed, kratom, ketamine, cocaine, other drugs, homelessness, poverty- the usual 420chan shit. I still am homeless of course, so I don't have anywhere to set up a drum set, but I got recruited by this 10-year old band with a decent local following. They're a bunch of 40-60 year old folks, and I'm 28, but we have some musical commonalities. I'm a great rock n' roller, but my passion has always been my own flavor of contemporary classical which blends numerous genres together with a classical background. The band plays old classic rock, rhythm and blues, etc. A few names on this 200 song setlist I have here are Eric Clapton, the Beatles, Johnny Nash, the Ramones, and the Rolling Stones. I've had two practices with them so far, and they always have good IPAs, bourbon, and weed, so I feel right at home. The drum set they have isn't the best, but it gets the job done, and it's nice to be socializing for a change and meeting new people, since I'm a shut-in like most of you.

Pic unrelated
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Nathaniel Pockford - Sat, 23 Mar 2019 01:25:19 EST i59mEmiq No.454671 Reply
I hate playing live. Props to you guys who do though. I don't get the crowd hype high that most people do.
Graham Firrybane - Sat, 23 Mar 2019 05:31:09 EST thuw3dKO No.454672 Reply

I have three guitars and I don't use any of them.

I want to, tho. There's something inside me that wants to create. Be it music or any other art.

Maybe it's not the time yet.
DSfA !!4N+Uxa7h - Sat, 23 Mar 2019 08:16:36 EST 3uA6sgR0 No.454673 Reply
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>>454671 I don't either tbh, I much prefer to be in the studio recording stuff, doing overdubs and that. I do have fun when we play live, but I don't want to repeat what happened with my previous bands where we'd play a lot of gigs and get good reviews and write some good songs, but never get round to recording them, so they just vanish into the other when things fall apart...

"Beautiful Ride" sung by John C. Reil;y as Dewey Cox

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- Mon, 11 Mar 2019 19:18:05 EST ttKAE88W No.454630
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Weird that its source came from a comedy film that perhaps nobody remembers. The film wasn't that bad, to be honest. This song feels like it doesn't belong in it though since it's really not a comedic song. But it's about makin' a little music everyday 'til you die. It's a beautiful ride.


The film, "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story" was more of a parody film of others such as "Walk the Line" which was about singer Johnny Cash. Though it was more of a parody in how Austin Powers parodied the James Bond franchise than a parody like Scary Movie or Meet the Spartans.

Either way, this song feels too legitimate to be attached to a film such as that.

Music documentaries

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- Thu, 18 Oct 2018 02:36:40 EST 5Nlc3HVi No.454300
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What music documentaries have you watched? Any favorites? Let's talk about them.

Truckfighters "fuzzomentary"
Last Days Here (Pentagram band)
Romantic Warriors: A Progressive Music Saga (3 movies about progressive rock)
The Doors: When You're Strange (I think)

some others

I dunno, man. I don't remember any extensive details, but I like watching the movies.

Also, why I made this post: anybody know any docs or YouTube videos where they play you songs and talk about the significance of them / the sound of them?

Thanks and SLAYER
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Hugh Dartbanks - Wed, 24 Oct 2018 14:36:16 EST thuw3dKO No.454330 Reply

I watched it and honestly, it doesn't seem like a documentary. It also doesn't do the author/synth justice :-(

weed music

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- Fri, 07 Dec 2018 17:28:41 EST bdD0LgkO No.454536
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I'm looking for music to get high to.

shit like boards of canada, three six mafia. four tet, psychedelic stoner rock albums, niggas who make rap lo-fi remixes with anime shit on youtube, etc.

I'll start off by sharing some shit myself



Charlie Bonehead - Sun, 24 Feb 2019 02:01:22 EST Kn5yw2LH No.454579 Reply
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I've been diggin' the Derek Trucks Band recently. Here's a favorite

Japanese Metal-Bands that growl only?

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- Sun, 22 Jul 2018 07:02:00 EST vAgMGfvm No.453865
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Do you know any japanese metal-bands without the gay-ass church-choir-pop-song-singing that focus on growling?
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Hamilton Himbleworth - Thu, 02 Aug 2018 18:54:37 EST ea2w7+cj No.453914 Reply
Fucking Sabbat. More in the black/thrash type of vocals though.
Barnaby Sizzlewater - Fri, 30 Nov 2018 22:16:59 EST abPVyhD5 No.454495 Reply
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Sabbat is the king. oh yeah, and their side band Metalucifer

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Hell yeah, Sabbat forever. I still need to make a pilgrimage and get my hair done by Gezol, J U S T blacken it up m8.

Doesn't match OP's criteria but Ningen-Isu is great, they write songs about horror novels and play a mix of heavy metal with a hint of stoner rock, without falling into the pitfalls of either.

Circulus - Giantism RARE

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- Thu, 06 Dec 2018 15:05:51 EST JP7PP+Yh No.454530
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Found this EP on here many moons ago (around 10 years ago) and it's absolutely excellent.

Now I recently formatted my computer and lost the album. This is a shot in the dark but does anyone have a link to the album for download?

I found it a couple of years ago in a torrent but I am unable to find it again :( Any help is appreciated. Here's a link to one of the songs:


How do you guys store and listen to your music?

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- Thu, 14 Jun 2018 14:38:31 EST y4Jwkm6W No.453671
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I have a bunch of songs that I like. But the only way I store them for later and listen to them is by making a bunch of bookmarks on my computer from Youtube. I've never owned an Ipod or whatever. If I want to start cataloging my music and listening to it while driving my car, what should I do? What would you recommend? Thanks for any help, mang
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Esther Turveybanks - Sun, 25 Nov 2018 13:04:21 EST IyOONG8W No.454465 Reply
I keep it all in. Mp3,. wav, and other formats. All saved and ID'ed correctly (took years for over 5,000 songs). Have all files on my phone and use power Amp as a player.

Use a youtube to Mp3 Downloader, there's multiple I downloaded one and can copy paste a bunch of YouTube links into it and it gives me the. Mp3s. Having your music is so much better than needing wifi/data to listen!
Polly Sadgecocke - Wed, 05 Dec 2018 14:38:39 EST jP3f5Lzh No.454525 Reply
I buy through Amazon Music and download MP3s because I'm a faggot.
Therm0ptic !cyBOrG7t12 - Wed, 05 Dec 2018 16:12:40 EST 3MCPZWEB No.454526 Reply
Google play music.
Anything not on therr, I just upload to my account so it's there. Then I can access all my musicceasily via my Google Homes or chromecasts.

Is YouTube music any good? Thought I might look into it as a creator.

can someone hiphop these lyrics pls

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- Sat, 01 Dec 2018 23:48:25 EST yQOxeKOi No.454501
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A silly ride on spaceship earth til your ticket runs out

John Snodwell - Sun, 02 Dec 2018 06:07:41 EST ZIyWXxI5 No.454505 Reply

Sure thing no probs man


Indifferent To Music?

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- Fri, 30 Nov 2018 03:39:12 EST M7GBGLuc No.454488
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I'm 30 years old now, and for around a good 2-3 years I haven't really had any urge to sit down and listen to music. I don't ever feel like I need or want to. When I'm working I either listen to podcasts or the old XFM radio shows by Ricky Gervais, Karl P and Steve, or something like that.
The only times I can remember wanting to listen to music in the last 2 or so years, is when I was drunk, and that only happened about 3 times.

I'm not depressed or anything, actually I'm probably in the happiest period of my life. And it's even more strange that I used to be a bedroom DJ in my teens, and fully into the rave scene.
So what gives? Anybody else have a similar situation occurring to them?
Priscilla Commerham - Fri, 30 Nov 2018 04:31:54 EST 5Nlc3HVi No.454489 Reply

Hey man, it's probably just a phase, don't think too much about it.

Or do, I don't know. Maybe you'll figure something out. Or maybe you just don't need it right now.

Personally, there was a short time where I thought I got tired of music, but that probably signalizes something about what's going on in life. Times are different now. Almost all of the stuff I listen to appeals to me, but whether for a short or a long time - time till tell.
Edward Gommlesuck - Fri, 30 Nov 2018 08:40:18 EST ZIyWXxI5 No.454490 Reply

Yeah well tbf music is just like anything else. its like movies or television shows, books etc.

You're probably just all music'd out, maybe you just need something to spark up the love again.....
Actually that makes me wonder, one of the things that makes me get back into old music habits is flicking through my cd and vinyl collections. i wonder how the next generations who dont collect phsycial music will fare.

Here are some basic but cool songs that a 30yo might enjoys.






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- Sun, 25 Nov 2018 13:00:02 EST IyOONG8W No.454464
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Can we have a headphone thread in here?

I have always been very interested in headphones, but am not a true audiophile (don't understand all the science/technical details). Have had Pic related (Sony mdr xb950bt) for a while and love them as they outperform all previous headphones I've had. With the power Amp player on Android equalized correctly they sound great. I'm sure some people on here know more about headphones though. General discussion for headphones, what do you have, what have you tried, what is your advise to people looking for new headphones?

I'm generally interested in what's the best budget option for a good pair of hi-fi headphones that can be loud and have good bass. What really sets these Sonys apart is the bass, they pound so good.
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James Dassleluck - Sun, 25 Nov 2018 23:37:02 EST vRXychlK No.454471 Reply
ATH-M50s/M50xs are hands down the most overrated headphone on the planet. It's not that they're too bright, rather, the soundstage is so narrow it sounds like all the sounds are jackhammering your eardrums at once and they're incredibly fatiguing to listen to for more than 15 minutes. Listening to them is like giving a jack russell terrier cocaine.
Rebecca Blatherbury - Mon, 26 Nov 2018 04:06:38 EST 5Nlc3HVi No.454472 Reply

I had the Audio Technica ATH-FC707 for a long time. I liked that they were compact, but the build was meant to break, as it was thin.

My next purchase (about a year ago) were the Audio Technica ATH-M40x. Cost me around 109 euros. They will last me for atleast 5 years. I only use them at work, honestly. I chose them over the M50s because (correct me if I'm wrong) the M50s have a "modified" sound (boosted bass / highs). Also the M50s cost like 60 euros more, fuck that. I don't want any of that shit, I want clear, crisp, the-way-it's-meant-to-sound sound. Also they come with a corded cable, so if you pull on it by accident it'll just stretch out. I'm pretty happy with them.

I'd like to get new compact headphones, tho. Maybe even in-ears for travelling, but my route is mainly home-work by car, so whatever.
Martin Geffingmadge - Tue, 27 Nov 2018 10:33:10 EST ayLg79yp No.454476 Reply
I generally agree on wireless, but I paid $50 for these and they are truly amazing for that price. Sound much better than my wired Sennheisers. And wireless is very convenient for my use, they're always around my neck and I go to school, work, and walk around town. Wires are a pain for that

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