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uziq
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great to hear this fresh take on rock in 2022.
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Русский военный корабль, иди на хуй!
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Larssen
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Tbh some of these composers working on anime make some fantastic music. I rarely watch any these days, but do sometimes still listen to a few soundtracks.

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sounds like a rip-off of vaughan william's tallis-style fantasia in places, with a sprinkle of messiaen in there for good measure.

i don't actually understand people who listen to OST's and film scores rather than ... classical composers of originality and genius. but nevermind.

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Why not listen to both? It's not as if there's no original or good stuff in film or other media. But yeah it does remind me of messiaen now that you mention it.
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the song you posted is good, yes, i like it – two high comparisons.

but i guess you need some special attachment to the media it's associated with to ever reach for it over the 30 pieces and ~100 hrs of recorded music already available from messiaen, for instance.
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Kanye West comments on Jewish people is deplorable on many levels. Shame since he made a lot of great songs.

His debut video from 2002 is one of the best of all time. The song is pretty uplifting. I also think it was made by someone with a much better headspace.

The sample through the song comes from the quite beautiful Through the Fire by Chaka Khan.


This song also came from the same album which is considered legendary. Pretty good song and video. The only other song I would listen to aside from my favorite.


This is my favorite song of his. I don't know why. Through the Wire is probably equally.


His debut album is widely considered to be one of the best of the 2000s and by extension all of the post-war American music history.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Colle … #Influence
The College Dropout sparked a resurgence of socially conscious rap in the mid 2000s,[123] arriving at a time when pop rap was saturated with songs featuring product placement and intensely violent lyrics, epitomized by rappers like 50 Cent, Nelly, Ja Rule, Ludacris, and P. Diddy.[122] West instead created a space in the mainstream for rappers to express themselves and black identity without resorting to hip hop's prevalent theme of gang culture.[124] Raul Verma of The Independent said "West is charged with proving mainstream hip hop has a conscience with his nourishing messages of substance flying in the face of the amoral majority perpetuating clichés of guns, girls and bling",[125] while Vibe senior editor Noah Callahan-Bever argued that West's infusion of "pop sensibility" into his otherwise progressive hip hop had "bridged the gap" and encouraged rappers to gravitate more towards the center between mainstream and alternative forms.
All of the that said, his anti-Semitism is disgusting. Doubly coming from a black person.
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