What are you listening to..ATM?

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I have played lots of Diablo, and still do occasionally. In fact, they recently announced Diablo 4 will be released next year! Heck, it might even be a good game, although, Blizzard's recent efforts tend to indicate otherwise.
I can’t wait to try it. I still play Diablo 2, original one. I bought the remake but it doesn’t feel right to play lol

I’m hoping that the 4th one won’t be like the 3rd one 😞

Tried Diablo immortal with a razer controller on my iPhone. It’s great to play… for a while. But the fact that you can’t make progress without spending loads of money really bothers me. I’d happily pay even a subscription monthly like I used to for WoW, but refuse to make small purchases every couple of days.
Big hopes for dead island 2 and resident evil 4 remake. 🤞🤞🤞
 
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An annual tradition at my house:

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Nachobassman

Bass, Tapas, and Rn´R!
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This shit is so different to what I listen or like. Even generationally is not my thing. This guys use modern Pop (trap, hip hop, regueton) production techniques mixed with metal guitars. Not what I would search in a play list, tbh. But I appreciate how they use the bass on their ÜBER-busy guitar tracks. The future of guitar? Maybe, what’s for sure is they don’t do “boomer bends”. :)
 
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Really like the tone and timbre of the bass. almost sounds like a 5 string as it dips into the occasional low note. Also there’s a nice melodic quality to Alan Tarney’s bass lines in this cool pop song from 1976.

 

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Been listening to Rickie Lee Jones and Norah Jones today. Lots of Jones tones and getting semi jazzy.
No Tom Jones though. Hell no.
 
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Despite a negative review by YouTube Metalhead The Rageaholic, who is otherwise a Saxon fan-



While I can see his point, as a musician I really dig the sound and production values-

Standout songs (with time stamps) for me are the title track "Metalhead", "Song of Evil" (20:40), "Piss Off" (32:59), "Watching You" (37:04), and "Sea of Life" (42:20).
 
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I'm singling this one out for it's heavy main riff, cool changes, and one epic fadeout-- and that change at 2:31 really knocks me out at a time when I could use something inspirational-

 
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