The Chorus Music Club Society • Page 405

Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by BTDandFeelingThis, Nov 20, 2017.

  1. Davjs

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    I would agree. If I made a top 20 set for TBS, only a few TAYF tracks would make it. Blue Channel for sure.
     
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  2. bachna84

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    ...have you listened?
     
  3. Larry David

    I'll see you again in 25 years Prestigious

    Not enough guest spots from butt-rock bands
     
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  4. Nate_Johnson

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    Now, now children...
     
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  5. Davjs

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    Of course. I've just never really liked their style or vocals. It really isn't even something I would have guess so many people would be into honestly.
     
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  6. Joe4th

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    Where's my open note chugging? 0/10
     
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  7. Davjs

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    Haha what? That doesn't even make any sense. Because I like the song Blow?

    You are so much better than this comment.
     
  8. bachna84

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  9. Nate_Johnson

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  10. Larry David

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    I don't think you understand how truly bad I think that song is. It's one of the worst songs I've ever heard, and I've heard every note of Nickelback's discography
     
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  11. Nate_Johnson

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    I am SO sorry. There is therapy for that.
     
  12. Davjs

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    Well that's perfectly fine. Even though it comes off as hyperbole saying that 1 song out of 7 albums makes you embarrassed to say you are a fan or that it's the worst song you've heard when we both know there is so much pure trash out there, that's perfectly ok to have that opinion.

    Still doesn't make the comment about butt rock (gah, hate that term) towards me make any sense. 1975 sounds over produced, poppy and synthesized vocals to me and it's just not a style I like. That is all my friend
     
  13. Davjs

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    As the site's Nickelback fan, I didn't even listen to the last 3 albums from them because even I couldn't take what they were putting out. I really don't think any therapy can help.
     
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  14. ugman_2000

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    What about this Therapy?

     
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  15. Davjs

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    #horrifyingthumbnails
     
  16. Bad Frequencies

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    You’re their #1 fan because you put in the service hours
     
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  17. Davjs

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    Maybe it was just because I listened to them all when I was young and it was a place in time, but I don't see anything bad with their first 3 albums and just like bands like Creed and Limp Bizkit, I don't remember there being any real backlash until wwaaaayyyyy later. Like revisionist history.
     
  18. Nate_Johnson

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    Album No. 5:

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    The Comfort: What It is to Be

    The Comfort are an alt rock band from Australia and this is their debut record. They do a great job of towing the line between alt rock and post hardcore. They blend elements of bands such as Boston Manor, etc. and the harmonies between the two vocalists is superb. The production on the album is great and really lets the entire band shine and has an almost "shimmery" vibe to it that is hard to explain. Lyrically, front man Liam tackles a ton of personal topics about overcoming adversity and addiction. It's a very easy record to connect to and is very accessible. I hope to see a lot more from this band in the future.

    On a side note, this is another band that I discovered earlier this year from the user Dreambound on YouTube, where I also found Windrunner. The music they promote on the site is fantastic and there is something for everyone.

    RIYL:
    Alt Rock
    Some Post-Hardcore



     
  19. ugman_2000 Dec 5, 2018
    (Last edited: Dec 5, 2018)
    ugman_2000

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    I think Nickleback turned into the band to shit on from about The Long Road/All The Right Reasons. I remember both The State and Silver Side Up being met fairly positively. I think basically it boils down to their over saturation around that time and the simplicity of their music compared to what was big around then. Then that hate kinda just stuck with them after that.

    I don’t mind a lot of the early Nickleback stuff, it’s solid radio rock. I kinda lost track of them around Dark Horse though. There’s definitely a lot worse bands out there and if it was easy to do what Nickleback do then we would’ve had a lot more successful bands like them.
     
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  20. Micool1

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    Wait, isn't it me that always had opposite opinions with @Davjs about the best songs from bands? What happened this year?
     
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  21. Davjs

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    It's been a crazy year!
     
  22. Davjs

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    Yeah I agree, it was with All The Right Reasons that they released Rock Star which is a terrible song that made it huge, and it felt like they just made sure to keep releasing songs in that vein from that point on.
     
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  23. Colin Your Enthusiasm

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    Sounds intriguing
     
  24. Patterns in Traffic

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    I really liked this album. Was surprised it didn't get more run around these parts.
     
  25. Nate_Johnson

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    Agreed. I think they are a band that I could see a lot of people on the site really enjoying.