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2012/10/22 Ken Restivo
> On Sun, Oct 14, 2012 at 02:21:49PM +0200, Julien Claassen wrote:
Good point, Ken, and curious. I'll have to check that video ASAP.
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2012/10/22 Ken Restivo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
On Sun, Oct 14, 2012 at 02:21:49PM +0200, Julien Claassen=
I enjoyed it, and that bass synth patch is just insane, but for some =
reason it reminded me of this:
(That's a video, but the soundtrack alone gives the flavor pretty well,=
and obtainable/listenable via commandline using youtube-dl.)
I didn't understand dubstep until I saw that video actually. Then I got=
it: "oh, it's dance-club metal! Metal you can dance to, using ele=
ctronic instruments instead of guitars." I was perplexed by industrial=
music in the 90s until I had this exact same revelation.
Or, as Butthead put it: "The only thing better than a band that gets c=
hicks, is a band that SCARES chicks. Huh-huh." Industrial and dubstep:=
dance music with testosterone.
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Good point, Ken, and curious. I'll h=
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