[Rock] What Are You Listening To?

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Artist: Art of Anarchy
Release: Art of Anarchy
Year: 2015
Labels: Vice, Inc. and Another Century 
Style of Music: Hard Rock / post Grunge / Alternative metal

  • John Moyer – bass guitar (2011–present)
  • Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal – guitar (2011–present)
  • Jon Votta – guitar (2011–present)
  • Vince Votta – drums (2011–present)
  • Session Vocalist: Scott Weiland – lead vocals (2012-2014)

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I like hollywood undead, if they count as rock, my favorite song from them is undead and sell your soul

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Artist: Third Eye Blind
Release: Dopamine
Year: 2015 November 27th 
Labels: Mega Collider Records
Style of Music: Alternative rock, pop rock, power pop
Origins: San Francisco, California

Rather strong release by the alternative rock outfit. This incarnation of the band might not have any of the other original band members from the stronger alternative rock hey days, but this release has a good strong music direction, the songs catch onto the listener after a few listens and they become something very nice to hear again. I think it is a B+ in recorded offered material, ahh music critics sometimes drive me bananas. 🙂

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Biboup05
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I love deuce ! https://open.spotify.com/artist/2iLpvtffIrQ4bMYrFPRN4x

 

But its trash rock i think .

 

Have a nice day/night ❤️

 

 

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xenon82
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My Favorites- Rock

Sincerely,
Me

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Artist: Queen
Release: A Night At The Odeon
Year: Released November 20th, 2015 - Recorded Live December 24th, 1975 during the final closing show of A Night At The Opera Tour at the famous Hammersmith Odeon
Labels: Virgin EMI, Hollywood
Style of Music: Hard Rock
Origins: London, England

A fantastic bootleg recording of Queen in their Prime of their classic Hard Rock sound from the mid 70's. The live recordings have been given a top notch clean up and sound fantastic on a mid to high range Home entertainment system. A wikipedia page on the release of the live recorded show: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Night_at_the_Odeon_%E2%80%93_Hammersmith_1975

I am looking forward of the Video show of this famous live show to show up on the Cable Music channel I have access to that showcases live shows, and BlueRay Live shows released to the public. Enjoy, and rock out to classic Queen Live in all their glory.

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Jayb72
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Artist: The Doors
Release: American Nights
Year: Released 1991 - Recorded at shows during the years 1968-1970.
Label: Elektra
Style of Music: Psychedelic Rock
Origins: California, USA

 

American Nights is a compilation of live tracks recorded at shows in the late 60's and early 70's. This album was produced by The Doors producer Paul A Rothschild.

 

Whilst I'm not really into that whole west coast psychedelia thing, having read an autobiography about Jim Morrison (No One Gets Out Of Here Alive), I gave them a listen - the only songs I knew where People Are Strange and Light My Fire (not the ridiculous Will Young version though!) Anyway, enjoy 🙂

 

The Doors - American Nights

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metapunk80
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Do you know Seven Empire ?
https://open.spotify.com/track/1KV39AyNTOBh950SYYCK7d

 

Great guitar/bass ending solo, isn't ?

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saved
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Listening to one of my all-time favourite and underrated albums (personal view) - Victims Of The Fury by Robin Trower. Originally released on vinyl in 1980 (I still have my copy).

 

Style is Blues/Rock.

The album's not listed by name on Spotify, but I'm happy to have found it listed as Disc 3 of an Original Album Series here (remastered version):

 

https://open.spotify.com/album/76tllrehXiV9z9BJHBfDrx

 

Now I'm in a Trower mood I'll just have to play the Twice Removed from Yesterday and Bridge Of Sighs albums. Classics.

 

If anyone has searched and can't find them, both are listed under a different Robin Trower Original Album Series set:

 

https://open.spotify.com/album/016xObowsD5QxdZy9iy7f0

 

Both are remasters on Spotify, Twice Removed From Yesterday (original release 1973) is listed as Disc 1, Bridge of Sighs (original release 1974) is listed as Disc 2.

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