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Verified Purchase. It feels more like a Hip-Hop tune than anything but damn, it rocks hard too!! Poison is great, obviously, and the remix is half decent, but the real gem are the b-sides. Thurston Moore, being a real music nerd as he is, was always into pulling in as many influences as he could grab out of the air into the Sonic Youth palette, but one thing he always loved was a bludgeoning heavy dissonant riff. And yet, he also loved beauty, so him and Lee and Kim would come up with some nice, melodic passage, and then drop the hammer on it with some heavy distortion….
Thurston, being a RAT man for a long time by then, was way into the pedal by the time of Dirty and he really let it fly for that album. The RAT was the perfect pedal for Thurston to thrash out to, and when you turn it up loud, it really raises the hair on your arms and makes your little doggie pee on the carpet.
So there ya have it — classic rock albums that sink their teeth into a RAT sandwich. Visit the RAT website below. Ok, love the rat pedal. Owned several. A couple of Radiohead songs, and a few REM songs are not bad. And 1 by Blur. Definitely NOT Foo fighters! Oh well. Might have to re-visit this topic but with all metal bands. What Is Synthwave Music? Likewise, we ask each user to limit the appeals they bring up to no more than a few per week.
We hope this new system will make appeals easier and more streamlined for everyone. Please remember to thoroughly read our guidelines on it. Yes, as most of you have figured, we're not really going to start filtering bands based on their subjective quality We instead remain committed to documenting every metal band in an encyclopedic fashion, as always. Thank you all for your reactions, it was entertaining as usual.
Happy April Fools' Day. Also, I must apologize for the taste in "good" metal of certain moderators. There will be a short downtime tonight around 1 am EST. Sorry about the inconvenience. It turns out that there was a mix-up with the migration, and we need to go down for maintenance again. Possibly tonight at the same time, but I'm having trouble confirming this with our host hence the late warning, sorry about that. EDIT: Confirmed for midnight. EDIT 2: Migration complete There will be some downtime.
We'll try to make the process as quick and smooth as possible. EDIT: The migration is complete. Please report any problem you encounter to me. Since we first started to allow digital-only artists on MA over five years ago, the staff has tried to abide by a number of guidelines that were designed to prevent the Archives from getting flooded with fleeting online projects that never put out any substantial releases.
These guidelines were used because while the physical release rule has long served us well as a measuring stick of eligible bands, simply extending the general criteria of this approach to digital work comes with a number of issues; issues mainly stemming from the potentially ephemeral nature of internet releases and the relative ease of putting together an album compromising the original intent behind the physical release rule.
Out of the digital release guidelines, the most visible is almost definitely the length requirement. This requirement was intended as a rough point of orientation, as a more concrete representation of a "proper" and "serious" album that mods could consistently apply when faced with hundreds of new bands in the queue.
As such it was also only one of a number of other attributes that seemed reasonable to expect from professional enough output. Over the years, however, the length requirement has taken on an undue amount of significance and has essentially become the primary benchmark for bands, in many cases undermining the "spirit" behind its conception. To make things worse, the "needed" length of a digital release has become a constant source of misunderstandings, inconsistent definitions and frustration, both amongst our userbase and staff-internally.
Over the past few months we have discussed this problem amongst the staff and the bottomline is this: The length aspect is going to be greatly deemphasised when it comes to eligible digital-only bands. In turn, we will endeavour to better assess a project's apparent level of dedication, professionalism and distribution effort by way of teamwork and discussion between mods.
Ideally, as much as possible, if a band is acceptable with a physical release, it should be acceptable with a digital one as well. The relevant rules section should be updated soon with more details and pointers to reflect this change in policy. Note that singles and rough demos are still generally not sufficient and that one of the foremost requirements for a release remains that there is a full download option for the everyday music explorer, i.Rat Poison Lyrics: I got the I got the I got the I got the I got the I got the / (Boom boom, boom bah!) / I got the I got the I got the I got the I got the I got the.