I'm of the opinion that Stabbing Westward didn't get the recognition that they deserved. Their first three albums Ungod, Wither Blister Burn & Peel, and Darkest Days were great examples of dark and brooding music with great guitar work and keyboards. Some say that Christopher Hall's woe is me lyrics are too repetitive, if not a stalker's manifesto, but they fit the style of music really well. They broke up after their, relatively speaking, terrible fourth album came out and their have been rumors of a reunion recently.FireGryphon wrote:Save Yourself by a band called Stabbing Westward
I had my head under a rock when this sort of music was at the top of the charts.
I'm glad you like them. If you have a moment, you should listen to "Here We Divide" and "The Space on the Wall". Hell...you should listen to the entire album. I'm pretty sure you can find uploads of the songs all over YouTube. Perhaps you'll be better off just buying the alubm, I just can't recommend these guys enough. Each song on the album is worthy of a single, in my opinion.FireGryphon wrote:Big by Dead Letter Circus
These videos look like they were all inspired by the demoscene. DLC has an interesting sound.
SPOOFE wrote:The Pirates Charles - "Gun". Well, the entire album, I guess, but Gun is what's playing right now.
thegleek wrote:I need some good non-standard/non-top40 reggae suggestions (ie: I have enough Bob Marley, and the rest of the top 100 reggae songs of all time to last me forever, but alas I am bored of the top 100 crap).
Kevin wrote:While not pure reggae, try Xavier Rudd.
bthylafh wrote:BWV 847. I do love the fugue section; it's one of my very favorite pieces of music.
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