What are you listening to?

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    It's rare you see a crowd that wild/singing along to an instrumental band
     
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    RIP Kenny Rogers.
     
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    I’m starting to think you prefer your guitars distorted @TRF_Olyy. Clearly those ladies have their gimic but they know what they’re doing musically. I know J-Rock is a thing but I’ve never listened to it, are they are good example of the sound?

    I’ve been on a Led Zep trip recently, listening to more of the albums I’m not so familiar with. It’s kind of incredible what a catalogue of fantastic music they put out in a relatively short period (8 studio albums in 10 years). I have to say, though, that there is a little bit of filler on the later albums. I’m just listening to Houses of the Holy and there’s an attempt at ******* reggae on there believe it or not (D’yer Mak’er) - and it is as godawful as you’d expect. Almost like plagiarising blues had run its course so they were looking for another black population elsewhere in the world to pillage their music...
     
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    I don't think I've really listened to J-Rock enough to know tbh,
    I'd say BM are probably a bit more westernised (once you get past the costumes) than most others I've heard
     
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    Brian Fallon released a new album there on Friday, I'm a big fan so gave it a listen, apart from being super depressing and emotional which personally I could have done without right now I loved it!

    Wonder if this song applies to everyone you know outside of your home?

     
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