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Gabriel Leopardi
post Aug 26 2012, 08:09 PM
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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Aug 25 2012, 08:05 AM) *
I don't know all of them (I'll have to ask), but I know Peru, Chile and Argentina are on the list smile.gif


Great! You have to know these countries! smile.gif


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post Sep 1 2012, 11:59 PM
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I've posted many bands before, but I don't think I've posted this one before. Maybe someone might like them biggrin.gif From Mongolia:
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QUOTE (Sollesnes @ Sep 1 2012, 10:59 PM) *
I've posted many bands before, but I don't think I've posted this one before. Maybe someone might like them biggrin.gif From Mongolia:


Man this sounds totally mystical! I don;t believe that could be a didjeridoo in the beginning, as it's an aboriginee instrument, rather than a Mongolian one?


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post Sep 2 2012, 08:04 PM
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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Sep 2 2012, 08:47 PM) *
Man this sounds totally mystical! I don;t believe that could be a didjeridoo in the beginning, as it's an aboriginee instrument, rather than a Mongolian one?


Not quite! It's throat singing biggrin.gif



edit: or if you are thinking of the violin-like instrument that comes when the guitar kicks in, I believe it's probably an Erhu!



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post Sep 2 2012, 08:42 PM
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Wow biggrin.gif Super interesting! Thanks for sharing mate - so this is why those Asian melodic lines played on the Erhu are having such a wide vibrato - it's like vibrating into thin air!


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QUOTE (Sollesnes @ Sep 1 2012, 07:59 PM) *
I've posted many bands before, but I don't think I've posted this one before. Maybe someone might like them biggrin.gif From Mongolia:


man!! I enjoyed this a lot! this guys make a great balance of extreme metal and their own folk and the result is very interesting for me. I love when this combinations are done with good quality. One band that come to mind when I was hearing this is Sepultura. When they recorded the album "Roots" they combiner metal with their folk in a very clever way.. so they did one of the best metal albums of all time (from my point of view).





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post Sep 3 2012, 07:03 AM
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Hehe! I totally agree man! I loved that album ESPECIALLY because of the folk music influences they have used wink.gif


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post Sep 3 2012, 08:53 AM
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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Sep 2 2012, 10:43 PM) *
One band that come to mind when I was hearing this is Sepultura. When they recorded the album "Roots" they combiner metal with their folk in a very clever way.. so they did one of the best metal albums of all time (from my point of view).



When I first heard that album when I was a kid, me and my friends thought it was the most outrageous, heavy thing we'd ever heard !


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QUOTE (Ben Higgins @ Sep 3 2012, 04:53 AM) *
When I first heard that album when I was a kid, me and my friends thought it was the most outrageous, heavy thing we'd ever heard !



haha it's awesome how our ears get accustomed to music that is more and more extreme...


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I remember how scared i was, the first time that I listened to Tool... Man...it was horrifying - I was at a friends house at his birthday party back in 2003. His house is rather large but wider, rather than taller, so I was sleepy and trying to find an empty room to lay down a bit, I went and went, until Passing through several rooms I found one silent enough. I was alone.

The sound of music was somewhere far away but still pretty much distinguishable, so that at the point when I went in that state right before falling asleep, terror struck me.... I could hear a circus like music and suddenly, a creepy little ugly man appeared and started dancing grotesquely around the bed. I can't describe the sensation... That instant, a friend came into the room and I found myself clutching the bed cover so tight, that it got all tangled up beneath me. I later found out that the song which I was hearing was a tune played by Tool. It took me about 5-6 years to listen to them again and understand that music smile.gif

I must add that I didn't even have something to drink or anything else... Pretty weird huh?

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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Sep 4 2012, 02:21 PM) *
I remember how scared i was, the first time that I listened to Tool... Man...it was horrifying - I was at a friends house at his birthday party back in 2003. His house is rather large but wider, rather than taller, so I was sleepy and trying to find an empty room to lay down a bit, I went and went, until Passing through several rooms I found one silent enough. I was alone.

The sound of music was somewhere far away but still pretty much distinguishable, so that at the point when I went in that state right before falling asleep, terror struck me.... I could hear a circus like music and suddenly, a creepy little ugly man appeared and started dancing grotesquely around the bed. I can't describe the sensation... That instant, a friend came into the room and I found myself clutching the bed cover so tight, that it got all tangled up beneath me. I later found out that the song which I was hearing was a tune played by Tool. It took me about 5-6 years to listen to them again and understand that music smile.gif

I must add that I didn't even have something to drink or anything else... Pretty weird huh?


That is a very... unusual experience. I first heard Tool live at Ozzfest which was a lot less scary than your experience !! tongue.gif


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