Admit It, That Early-'90s Industrial-Techno-Metal Shit Was The Greatest!

Submitted by: rumham 1 week ago in Entertainment


And these two tunes of the day still hold up, more than 20 years later.

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Male 551
Not the best KMFDM song in my opinion, but they have a little something for everyone.

My money would either be on Juke Joint Jezebel...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=91w6Q2tytLc

Or Bullets, Bombs and Bigotry...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqfuekDjXx4
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Male 2,406
profworm no not the best kmfdm song but one of the lesser known ones in my opinion, plus the money album is one of their best albums to me, Nihil being the best
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Male 7,413
@ I'm guessing you like Godsmack as well?
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Male 116
Interesting study about music preference: the "MUSIC" 5 factor model. 
1) a Mellow factor comprising smooth and relaxing styles;
2) an Urban factor defined largely by rhythmic and percussive music, such as is found in rap, funk, and acid jazz;
3) a Sophisticated factor that includes classical, operatic, world, and jazz;
4) an Intense factor defined by loud, forceful, and energetic music; and
5) a Campestral factor comprising a variety of different styles of direct, and rootsy music such as is often found in country and singer-songwriter genres. 
preferences for the MUSIC factors are affected by both the social and auditory characteristics of the music

Looks like this style here is big on "U" and "I"... What's your preference?
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Male 2,406
boredhuman i would say its hard to break down music in five catagories but i see where you are coming from. i think music is so esoteric and abstract you cant define guidlines, like i have no idea why people like kenny chesney but they do god bless them. have you ever met anyone who wasnt into music or didnt have favorite bands.. its kinda creepy
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Male 116
rumham People love repetition - it's the way our brain works... And music is repetition on several levels: you not only have rhythm and melody that repeats itself, but you also tend to listen to the same song over and over. 
People probably like Kenny Chesney, because they listened a lot of other songs like his and have learned to like his voice. 
Music is addictive to the brain in a way... creepy is right!
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Male 2,406
boredhuman what turned me on to electronic music, synocopation and repetition
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