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Author: Grungie, Views: 7914, Replies: 48

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So I talked about this for awhile, and I wasn't really sure how to go about it, and how to film it, as I'm sort of ill equipped, but that aside, here it is.

More or less I'm just ripping off Anthony Fantano's (aka Needledrop) series of videos where he shows off his vinyl collection, I'm doing the same, but showing off my CD's, then some cassettes, then I'll go onto vinyl. Idk if anyone really cares, but I have a few hundred things to talk about, so I'll probably bore people along the way.

Basically the videos are unscripted and each individual one is done in one take. Though the first two are gonna be pretty long, I'm going to try and limit the videos to being shorter, that way I don't have to wait 3 hours for a video to upload.

These videos are all unlisted, so you'll only be able to find them if you know the links. Anywho, I'll post a list of which albums are talked about in each video in spoiler tags, and maybe put them in the video descriptions, who knows. All future videos will be linked in the OP.

Anywho, here's the individual videos (and enjoy my shitty taste in music):

Albums mentioned in part 1
Foxboro Hot Tubs - Stop Drop and Roll
Limp Bizkit - The Unquestionable Truth Pt 1
Jane's Addiction
  • Nothings Shocking
  • Ritual de lo Habitual
U2 - The Joshua Tree
Tenacious D - The Pick of Destiny
Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
Stone Temple Pilots:
  • Core
  • Purple
  • Tiny Music, Songs from the Vatican Gift Shop
  • Sixteen Stone
  • Razorblade Suitcase
  • Unplugged
  • In Utero
  • Nevermind
Psychostick - The Flesh Eating Holiday Joyride
Soul Asylum - Hang Time
Sunny Day Real Estate
  • Diary
  • LP2
Paul Westerberg - Come Feel Me Tremble DVD

Albums mentioned in Part 2:
Linkin Park - A Thousand Suns
Matchbox Twenty:
  • Yourself or Someone Like You
  • Mad Season
Pearl Jam - Jeremy Single
  • Heart Shaped Box single
  • All Apologies/Rape Me single
  • Lithium single
Aerodrone - Sceneboy EP
The Anix - Demolition City
Sonic Youth - SYR 5
The Replacements - All For Nothing/Nothing For All
Blind Melon - Soup
Soundgarden - Superunknown Deluxe 25th Anniversary
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Greatest Hits
  • Ultra Beatdown
  • Inhuman Rampage Special Edition
Velvet Revolver - Libertad
Train - Train

Albums mentioned in part 3:
  • Maladroit
  • Pinkerton
  • Blue Album
Cap'n Jazz - Analphabetapathology
Owls - Owls
At the Drive-in - Relationship of Command
The Pixies - Surfer Rosa
Alt J - An Awesome Wave
  • Boy
  • War

Albums mentioned in part 4:
Tool - Aenima
The Joy Formidable - The Big Roar
This Will Destroy You - Young Mountain
Gin Blossoms:
  • A New Miserable Experience
  • Congratulations I'm Sorry

Albums Mentioned in part 5:
Alice in Chains:
  • Dirt
  • Jar of Flies
  • Unplugged
Green Day - 1039 Smoothed Out/Slappy Hours

Albums mentioned in part 6:
Green Day:
  • Kerplunk
  • Dookie
  • Insomniac
  • Nimrod
  • Warning
  • International Superhits
  • American Idiot
  • 21st Century Breakdown
  • Uno
  • Dos
  • Tre

Part 7

Albums mentioned in part 7:
Goo Goo Dolls:
  • Jed
  • Hold Me Up
  • Superstar Car Wash
  • A Boy Named Goo
  • Dizzy Up The Girl
  • Gutterflower

Albums mentioned in part 8:
The Replacements:
  • Stink
  • Hootenanny
  • Let It Be
  • All Shook Down

Paul Westerberg:
  • 14 Songs
  • Eventually
  • Stereo/Mono
  • Come Feel Me Tremble
  • Folker

Albums mentioned in part 9:
  • Ultramega Ok
  • Louder Than Love
  • Badmotorfinger
  • Superunknown
  • Down on the Upside
  • King Animal

Albums mentioned in Part 10:
Temple of the Dog - Temple of the Dog
  • Audioslave
  • Out of Exile
  • Revelations
Rage Against the Machine:
  • Rage Against the Machine
  • Live & Rare
  • Evil Empire

Albums mentioned in part 11:
System of a Down:
  • System of a Down
  • Toxicity
  • Steal This Album
  • Mezmerize
  • Hypnotize

Sonic Youth:
  • Sister
  • Daydream Nation
  • Goo
  • Dirty
  • Washing Machine
  • Murray Street

Albums mentioned in part 13:
  • Pablo Honey
  • The Bends
  • Ok Computer
  • Kid A
  • Amnesiac
  • Hail to the Thief
  • In Rainbows
  • The King of Limbs

Albums mentioned in part 14:

  • Murmur
  • Reckoning
  • Fables of the Reconstruction
  • Lifes Rich Pageant

Smashing Pumpkins:
  • Siamese Dream
  • Pisces Iscariot
  • Oceania

Foo Fighters:
  • The Colour and the Shape
  • In Your Honor
  • Echoes, Silence, Patience, and Grace
  • Wasting Light

Silversun Pickups - Carnavas
Cassette Tapes:
  • Louder than Love
  • Down on the Upside

Stone Temple Pilots:
  • Core
  • Purple
  • Tiny Music, Songs from the Vatican Giftshop

  • Nevermind
  • In Utero

Alice in Chains - Jar of Flies
Jane's Addiction - Ritual de lo Habitual
Bush - Razorblade Suitcase
Foo Fighters - The Colour and the Shape


Bonus series: Shitty Packaging

Three minutes in and this is hawt as fuck I was expecting it to be more awkward. >_>
I'll be sure to check this out later
(08-16-2014, 01:54 AM)carlcockatoo Wrote: Three minutes in and this is hawt as fuck I was expecting it to be more awkward. >_>

Lol, I was feeling it was gonna be awkward. I do definitely jump in and out of enthusiasm here and there though.
I just noticed the name of your youtube channel.

We have basically the same opinion towards U2. I have the first three songs only on my itunes lol.

It's hard to discuss this because we have pretty different tastes in music. You've already ridiculed me for having not heard most of these, so I'll try to check a few out.

I already know I'm not a fan of Limp Bizkit (13 year old me was cool with them), Jane's Addiction, and Tenacious D. Sunny Day Real Estate gets lots of hype so I should start with them.
Actually I have two more U2 albums lol, just not in that stack. There's some on the side of my desk, which is probably gonna be what part 3 is gonna be about.
I don't know which two they are but I think that aside from their big singles their worst reviewed work is some of their best. I like when they went 'weird' and 'electronic'. I'm not familiar with much though.
I only know their 80's material, so I can't comment on which albums you're talking about.
I don't even remember names but it's the early 90s albums.
So it's probably Achtung Baby and Zooropa, cuz those are the only 90's ones I know about.

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