The sun is out and bright while,
We are all eating popsicles.
Because maybe the world will end and,
That's the best way to it.
SCREAM through dreams that cut your voice off;
wide awake, will nothing soothe?
With a word I'd take this pain from you,
but I fall mute.
Title: FOOOO Posted: July 11, 2007 (12:25 PM)
Ya piece of shit! Damned Oregon shit summer weather, balls! Screw this - garrrrrr! It's so humidddddddd I hate this shit.
And when it comes to accomplishing the task of completing the second half of my The Darkness review, it's all the worse. I need inspiration. . .
I'll get some Chinese food.
On a different note (about The Darkness), I heard that the song in the closing credits is done by Tomahawk, one of Mike Patton's (VA for The Darkness) projects.
Interestingly enough, I picked up the newest Tomahawk CD a week or so ago, never having heard the stuff before.
I dunno. . . I'm Native American and all, but Anonymous sounds mostly like a piece of instrumental bullshit with some odd chanting. Maybe it'll take a few more listens? I dunno.
My question for anyone who's familiar with Tomahawk: What the dick?
User: Halon Title: Posted: July 11, 2007 (12:43 PM)
Everything by Mike Patton is unusual minus Faith No More. Check out Disco Volante by Mr. Bungle, some of the strangest music I've ever heard. But that's what I like so much about him, he doesn't play by the rules and although I don't like every one of his projects, I appreciate everything he does.
Anonymous was pretty disappointing; it's a bit different from their past stuff. Some of the Native American chanting stuff was cool but it's not even close to as good as Mit Gas or self-titled (which were both closer to experimental/doom metal than Anonymous).
User: Genj Title: Posted: July 11, 2007 (02:01 PM)
Mike Patton is one of those experimental musicians that you listen to and say, "Actually this kinda sucks."
I was very much not impressed by Disco Valente, and this is coming from someone that has and liked two Wolf Eyes albums.
User: carcinogen_crush Title: Posted: July 11, 2007 (02:29 PM)
I always get Wolf Eyes mixed up with Guitar Wolf.
User: pup Title: Posted: July 11, 2007 (05:07 PM)
Mike Patton was the voice behind The Darkness in the game.
Props to Guitar Wolf.
User: Genj Title: Posted: July 11, 2007 (06:31 PM)
I don't like Guitar Wolf or Wolfmother either. Wolf Parade is ok, but Wolf Eyes is still the king of wolf bands.
User: mardraum Title: Posted: July 12, 2007 (09:31 PM)
both ulver and wolves in the throne room beg to differ.
patton tends to bore me, but I like 2/3 of mr. bungle's california quite a lot.
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