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post #16 of 101

This was an interesting music video on Radiohead's The Most Gigantic Lying Mouth of All Time video.

post #17 of 101
Mahmoud Awad
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6fldyHVOsA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yN8IlYf5Ktg

For samples
post #18 of 101

"My Wall" by Sunn O))) springs to mind...

post #19 of 101

^ sunn O))) eh? Did you poop? they are on that quest to find the "brown note"

post #20 of 101
Thread Starter 

Wowww this is indeed very strange.

 

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post #21 of 101
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^ sunn O))) eh? Did you poop? they are on that quest to find the "brown note"


I have no idea what that means...

post #22 of 101
Thread Starter 

DiscoBurger must've listened to everything in this thread and gone mad. That's the only explanation.

 

 

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Originally Posted by DiscoBurger View Post

^ sunn O))) eh? Did you poop? they are on that quest to find the "brown note"


I have no idea what that means...

post #23 of 101

Haha the band sun O))) is after one thing and one thing only: to find the "brown note". They have postulated that there is a note of low enough frequency sound that it can actually make people poop their pants...this is called the "Brown note"...its science not insanity lol (note....its not really science) 

post #24 of 101

The soundtrack to AKIRA for sure. It gets me every time, but is very appropriate thematically. 

post #25 of 101

I must be something of a weirdo myself, because all the stuff that's been linked to seems incredibly tame to my ears.

Obviously, one man's "weird" is another's "modernism", "invention" and "noise".

Still, whatever its definition, I think Van Dyke Park's Song Cycle (recorded in 1968) has to be the greatest pop artifact of weird America ever produced, and a masterpiece at that.

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-90icZd-0s

It's just been rereleased by the Bella Union label. As have two later records (cover projects) : Discover America (calypso songs about the USA, an excellent work) and Clang of the Yankee Reaper (sadly not as good).

post #26 of 101

That reminds me...I should have linked to the music, heh. 

The whole OST is basically one giant song, and it's pretty lengthy
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post #27 of 101
A squid eating dough in a polyethylene bag is fast and bulbous. Got me?
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post #28 of 101

1000

 

Truly the proof that it is possible that Richard Gere became pregnant during the filming of An Officer And A Gentleman.

 

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1000


Edited by Redcarmoose - 8/6/12 at 4:57am
post #29 of 101

Tribes Of Neurot - Adaptation and Survival

 

It's a noise project by members of Neurosis, this particular album came with three different records, one 5", one 7" and one 10".  Each album has samples of insect noises time stretched/compressed, they are meant to be played at the same time at varying speeds, which would allow you to, in essence, create an infinite number of "songs."  It also came as a 2 cd set, one cd with six tracks, 1 for each side of each record, then on the second cd was one possible mix of those three albums.

 

here's one of the sides:

 

post #30 of 101

I think it was something by Yoko Ono.........................yeah, I'm sure it was.

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