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  1. Metusalemi Brown Belt

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    If at 1:21:30 you feel: "This is the most awesome thing I have ever heard!" Don't be alarmed. That is a normal reaction to what you are experiencing.
     
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    I have to say, i think les claypool is a MF genius on a bass...and to be fair mark king should get mad respect for his skills too..
    But im off to watch this lot tomorrow night..

    Not a single guitar in sight, all bass and cello..frigging incerdible
     
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    bro alot of the music you like wouldnt be around or be the same without obscure musicians who didnt care about money or fame. Don't you like the pixies? Frank Black totally imitated the vocal styling of this unknown band on the SST indie label, Angst, and talked about what a big influence they were on him.
    He was also a huge fan of captain beefheart which is some of the most hipster weirdo music there is. A pretty consistent theme in popular music is a cult band influencing a new generation of musicians who achieve mainstream success.
     
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