glam folk

According to my classmates
  • Black metal: death metal
  • Trash metal: death metal
  • Doom metal: death metal
  • Power metal: death metal
  • Extreme metal: death metal
  • Speed metal: death metal
  • Symphonic metal: death metal
  • Nu metal: death metal
  • Suicidal metal: death metal
  • Neoclassical metal: death metal
  • Nintendocore: death metal
  • Folk metal: death metal
  • Pirate metal: death metal sung by Spongebob's narrator
  • Groove metal: death metal
  • Glam metal: death metal
  • White metal: death metal
  • Viking metal: death metal
  • Grindcore: death metal
  • Mathcore: death metal
  • Hard rock: death metal
  • Grunge: death metal
  • Post grunge: death metal
  • Pagan metal: death metal
  • Scandinavian metal: death metal
  • Alternative metal: death metal
  • Stoner metal: death metal
  • Gothic metal: death metal
  • Industrial metal: death metal
  • DEATH METAL: SOME SATANIST SHIT
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And The Writer Is: John Ryan

John Ryan is a songwriter who co-wrote on nine of One Direction’s singles. Ross Golan, the interviewer, also wrote with One Direction, and co-wrote “If I Could Fly.” This is the same podcast Savan Kotecha gave his interview on.

Ryan’s interview sheds further light on the writing process of One Direction songs. In addition, one gets a glimpse of bts song production and the atmosphere of touring.

As the band got more famous, security was tightened, and there was increasing scrutiny of their individual movements.

It made me think of Harry’s lyrics, “I can’t touch what I see,” and “We’re not who we used to be.” Their fame gradually became a cage.

Ryan also talked about how Julian Bunetta oversaw production so that there was a cohesive “sound” on each album– down to the details of using the same synth, the same percussion.

I thought about the difference of each song on Harry’s album. He must have been thinking about these various sounds for a long time. The production on “Harry Styles,” done with a deft and unifying professionalism, still allowed the expression of a lot of different rock sounds– glam, stadium, folk, garage. All of these are outside of the 1D spectrum.

And finally, Ryan talked about how the audience of 1D was the first to appreciate how the band was maturing as musicians, how their sound “pivoted.” He made the comparison to The Beatles and their song “Revolution.”

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rubybentall#family #poldark #verity #Lisbon (x)

charterisciara: Time to stop suntanning & start setting up your sofas! It’s @official_poldark night! Daddy Tregirls is coming to town, don’t miss out! (x)

heida.reed: It’s not all glitz and glam folks. I call this piece, posh on top, not on bottom. #poldark (x)

Heida Reed (Elizabeth), Ruby Bentall (Verity), Caroline Blakiston (Agatha) i Ciara Charteris (Emma Tregirls) na planie trzeciego sezonu serialu Poldark 

anonymous asked:

My opinion on what it takes to be punk: inclusiveness (racism, sexism, homo/transphobia, islamophobia, and xenophobia are Not Punk™), at least a mild dislike for capitalism, listen to punk, a punk subgenre, or alternative music (popunk, punk, punk rock, folk punk, glam punk, some metal bands, post-hardcore, and grunge are all good), and punk or alternative style, or appreciation for it at least (it's punk to not be able to dress punk) (if you scare random civilians, you're doing great)

Well yeah, that is what I thought too

~ mod Petar

Oslo In The Summertime
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Oslo In The Summertime

Of Montreal (often stylized as of Montreal) is an American rock band from Athens, Georgia. It was founded by frontmanKevin Barnes in 1996, named after a failed romance with a woman “of Montreal.” The band is one of the bands of the Elephant 6 collective. Throughout its existence, of Montreal’s musical style has evolved from vaudeville late 60's Beatles and Kinks-influenced psychedelic pop to a mixture of electronica, funk, glam, and afrobeat music influenced by PrinceTalking Heads andDavid Bowie.

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1984. Tooth and Nail

is the second album by band Dokken, released in September 13.

This album was the group’s first with bassist Jeff Pilson following Juan Croucier’s departure to join band Ratt.

this is very good album. Strong performances from Don Dokken, George Lynch, Jeff Pilson, and Mick Brown make this is an impressive offering of 80’s metal. Do not be turned away by the image of the band, because this is not glam folks. There are plenty of choice cuts to enjoy and is better than most stuff put out today.

        Don Dokken     George Lynch     Jeff Pilson     Mick Brown

the Signs as Power Pop, Pop Prog, Prog Folk and Glam Records of the Seventies That Were Rated Four Out of Five Stars in the 1979 Rolling Stone Record Guide

Aries: Cheap Trick, Heaven Tonight, 1978

Taurus: Roxy Music, Country Life, 1974

Gemini: Steely Dan, Pretzel Logic, 1974

Cancer: Bob Dylan, Blood on the Tracks, 1975

Leo: Thin Lizzy, Jailbreak, 1976

Virgo: Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, 1970

Libra: Al Stewart, Year of the Cat, 1976

Scorpio: Blue Öyster Cult, Agents of Fortune, 1976

Sagittarius:  Mott the Hoople, All the Young Dudes, 1972

Capricorn: Alice Cooper, Love It to Death, 1971

Aquarius: Ramones, Ramones, 1976

Pisces: The Strawbs, Grave New World, 1972