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songs of the evening: just because edition

No theme for tonight. Just some songs that sounded good at the moment. Downloads expire in 24 hour, as always

Clutch - Soapmakers
I will go to my death trying to convince the world that Clutch is one of the greatest bands EVER.

Misfits - Some Kind of Hate
I heart Danzig. I want to make love to his voice.


The Queers - I Hate Your Fucking Guts

A 30 second anthem for days when you want to kill someone with your bare hands.

Crowbar - Planets Collide
The heaviest song you will ever hear. And I mean heavy in a "walking through a sludgy swamp in dense fog while wearing shoes made of steel and carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders" heavy.

I swear, all that hate is coincidental. Enjoy. Or not. Feedback always welcomed.

Update and off-topic: Does anyone know the song that's in the HP commercials - the ones where they put their photos over their faces?

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I've got the Crowbar track on now, and migod, it's like trying to dogpaddle through Pennzoil.

"Picture Book" by the Kinks. So sayeth Google.

If that's the song you mean.

My best friend in college went to school with Neil and John Paul from Clutch. This lead to much practice and performance attendance. I was always surprised that such a small guy had such a powerful voice.

I still have a pair of John Paul's sticks from an early 90's show at the old 9:30 Club here in DC.

They aren't autographed or anything, and they're kinda dusty, but if you want them, they're yours...

I can confirm it's "Picture Book" by the Kinks. Love that song.

That Clutch tune wouldn't be based on Fight Club, would it?

The sludgiest band ever, in my book, remains the Melvins.

Although I would like to see Glenn Danzig and the wide load from Crowbar in a sweat-off.

Oh, and get the album Picture Book is on (The Kinks are the Village Green Preservation Society), in my opinion one of the best British invasion albums of all time. Very lo-fi and acoustic at a time when everyone else was ballooning into psychedelia.