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Yeah, I can see you don't like his voice. It's not what I prefer in 16 HP, anyhow. I love the way their music has a layered texture, with multiple instruments creating an upbeat, vivacious rhythm.

By the way, Arthur, which bands would you say can best be compared to 16 HP? I remember looking for similar music a few years ago, but not being able to find it. I'd love recommendations.
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I'm not that well-versed in gothic country but here's a few that I know.

After 16 Horsepower split the vocalist made another band called Wovenhand. Weird fact: They opened for Tool once.

There's also Jay Munly who looks like a skeleton o.o

I remember finding a random release of some really obscure guy, and I think the album is for free. It's a reconstruction of gothic country though. The Mountain Apple Epidemic
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Thanks! I already knew Wovenhand, but I'll check out the other two.
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jort13 on Aug 15 2013, 07:50:54 AM wrote:Just set-up my last.fm account and scrobbling with spotify. No plays yet it says, so I guess it doesnt import spotify history.
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jort13 on Aug 15 2013, 08:25:58 AM wrote:haha yeah, I'm a country buff. Seriously, NOBODY likes country music here. I'm starting to believe there is an active anti-country-music-movement.
You say the word country and people flee in bulk :-P
In Norway I feel country is actually getting more popular these days. Even though they hardly play anything on the radio.

Your compatibility with me is still super. Eric Church, Luke Bryan, Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood and Garth Brooks, it's all great!
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My Last.fm Profile


Your musical compatibility with MightySparks is Super

Music you have in common includes Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, The Beatles, Electric Light Orchestra, Madness and The Beach Boys.


Your musical compatibility with allya1 is High

Music you have in common includes Connie Francis, Bob Dylan, Françoise Hardy, The Crystals and The Rolling Stones.


Your musical compatibility with bal3x is Super

Music you have in common includes Accept, Def Leppard, Judas Priest, Metallica and Kate Bush.


Your musical compatibility with ArthurYanthar is Low

Music you have in common includes Slayer, Kate Bush, Django Reinhardt, The Beach Boys and Shpongle.


Your musical compatibility with Richard198425 is High

Music you have in common includes Santana, Bob Dylan, Pink Floyd, Slayer and Accept.


Your musical compatibility with Gershwin is Super

Music you have in common includes Fleetwood Mac, The Beatles, Santana, Eagles and Nina Simone.


Your musical compatibility with afirm is Medium

Music you have in common includes Doris Day, The Beach Boys, Manowar, Madonna and Katy Perry.


Your musical compatibility with jort_rod is Low

Music you have in common includes Buddy Holly, Brenda Lee, Bon Jovi, The Dubliners and Perry Como.


Your musical compatibility with Nopros is High

Music you have in common includes Fleetwood Mac, 2Pac, Avicii, Pink Floyd and The Rolling Stones.
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Doris Day :hug:
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"Your musical compatibility with ArthurYanthar is Low"

the system didn't even need to calculate that one. it prints that for everyone
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brokenface on Oct 7 2013, 05:24:26 PM wrote:"Your musical compatibility with ArthurYanthar is Low"

the system didn't even need to calculate that one. it prints that for everyone
Your musical compatibility with ArthurYanthar is Super

Music you have in common includes Gorguts, Billy Woods, Young Fathers, My Bloody Valentine and Grimes.

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brokenface on Oct 7 2013, 05:24:26 PM wrote:"Your musical compatibility with ArthurYanthar is Low"

the system didn't even need to calculate that one. it prints that for everyone
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Lilarcor on Oct 7 2013, 05:26:48 PM wrote:
brokenface on Oct 7 2013, 05:24:26 PM wrote:"Your musical compatibility with ArthurYanthar is Low"

the system didn't even need to calculate that one. it prints that for everyone
Your musical compatibility with ArthurYanthar is Super

Music you have in common includes Gorguts, Billy Woods, Young Fathers, My Bloody Valentine and Grimes.

:folded:
Your musical compatibility with Lilarc0r is Very Low

Music you have in common includes Monty Python, Liars, Talk Talk, Toto and Chad & Jeremy.

:D
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brokenface on Oct 7 2013, 05:24:26 PM wrote:"Your musical compatibility with ArthurYanthar is Low"

the system didn't even need to calculate that one. it prints that for everyone
Low is still too high. It should be very low, or even lower than that if there's anything.

Reminds me of work today. While I was in the pasta station covering a break the guy that I was covering decided to make his lunch with the 3rd stove. That stove is never used because it makes a really loud magnetic noise when being used. When it started one person ended up almost running away from it and most people were complaining and I'm just like :woot: GLORIOUS NOISE
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I got medium with Arthur!
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But I own 2 Hijokaidan CDs and Gorguts' Obscura on vinyl :(
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Lammetje on Oct 7 2013, 02:33:20 PM wrote:My Last.fm Profile

Your musical compatibility with bal3x is Super

Music you have in common includes Accept, Def Leppard, Judas Priest, Metallica and Kate Bush.
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Rich on Oct 7 2013, 08:30:36 PM wrote:I got medium with Arthur!
Me too! :P
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Spotify just started a couple of weeks ago to work in Greece so I tried it. Great stuff! So I decided to use last.fm as well. Why wasn't I using it all this time? Great recommendations! I'm jealous now that you guys have been using it for so long and have scrobbled so many songs...
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I don't find Spotify useful for much except listening to albums without downloading them, but Lastfm is great. I've found so many new artists and songs because of that. And scrobbling gives you all kinds of awesome stats :P
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Here I am. Feel free to add me. :)

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High: Gorro, whymse, piet, Eva_L
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I added you. :)
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http://www.last.fm/user/norjam - ska and punk fan for life :)
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So I was browsing this thread again to see if the musical compatibility for any users changed, and I saw this:

Your musical compatibility with MightySparks is LOW
Music you have in common includes Laibach

Wtf since when does mighty like Martial Industrial o.o
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If anyone feels like adding me I am here with 9 years of scrobbles :D

I don't apologise for what many of you will call crap musical taste.

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Your musical compatibility with Bulbabean is SUPER
Music you have in common includes HAIM, Katy B, Charli XCX, Ellie Goulding and Lorde.
:D
And 9 years of scrobbling, that's awesome.
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ArthurYanthar on Apr 5 2014, 01:50:49 PM wrote:So I was browsing this thread again to see if the musical compatibility for any users changed, and I saw this:

Your musical compatibility with MightySparks is LOW
Music you have in common includes Laibach

Wtf since when does mighty like Martial Industrial o.o
I only like a couple songs from the Iron Sky soundtrack :P


And:
Your musical compatibility with Bulbabean is Low

Music you have in common includes The Magnetic Fields, The Beatles, Arcade Fire, Beck and Fleet Foxes.

--

I don't even like Arcade Fire :( I wish I'd found Lastfm 9 years ago.
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Eva_L on Apr 5 2014, 04:41:25 PM wrote:Your musical compatibility with Bulbabean is SUPER
Music you have in common includes HAIM, Katy B, Charli XCX, Ellie Goulding and Lorde.
:D
And 9 years of scrobbling, that's awesome.
You'd think 9 years of scrobbling is awesome but it reveals the taste I had when I was a teen which involved a lot of JPop and Alizeé
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Mulholland on Apr 6 2014, 03:44:48 AM wrote:
Eva_L on Apr 5 2014, 04:41:25 PM wrote:Your musical compatibility with Bulbabean is SUPER
Music you have in common includes HAIM, Katy B, Charli XCX, Ellie Goulding and Lorde.
:D
And 9 years of scrobbling, that's awesome.
You'd think 9 years of scrobbling is awesome but it reveals the taste I had when I was a teen which involved a lot of JPop and Alizeé
Yeah, I guess I wouldn't like to be reminded of what I liked as a 14-year-old...
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Eva_L on Apr 6 2014, 03:54:46 AM wrote:
Mulholland on Apr 6 2014, 03:44:48 AM wrote:
Eva_L on Apr 5 2014, 04:41:25 PM wrote:Your musical compatibility with Bulbabean is SUPER
Music you have in common includes HAIM, Katy B, Charli XCX, Ellie Goulding and Lorde.
:D
And 9 years of scrobbling, that's awesome.
You'd think 9 years of scrobbling is awesome but it reveals the taste I had when I was a teen which involved a lot of JPop and Alizeé
Yeah, I guess I wouldn't like to be reminded of what I liked as a 14-year-old...
That was when I got into the 60s :P I would love to have scrobbles from back then. I didn't really listen to music before that time, just the occasional song, so it would've been like having my whole listening history.
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Didn't notice this before. Hello, this is me: http://www.last.fm/user/dormice
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bulbabean is updating stats.
It will take max 144 minutes and 26 seconds

You have to wait until he/she is done with the update.
Only one user is allowed to update at the same time due to the limitation of my webhost.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
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Wonderful Rainbow on Apr 6 2014, 04:13:01 AM wrote:Didn't notice this before. Hello, this is me: http://www.last.fm/user/dormice
Your musical compatibility with dormice is SUPER
Music you have in common includes Death Grips, St. Vincent, Melt-Banana, Grimes and Ulver.

Also yay most recently listened to is Boris and Merzbow.
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I played that hose 'song' from Merzbow for my mum when you first shared it with us and she said she'd hit me if I ever made her listen to that again. She also wasn't happy about My Pal Foot Foot - and I sent that to my brother a while ago and he sent back 'wtf was that' tehe
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mightysparks on Apr 6 2014, 04:18:11 AM wrote:
bulbabean is updating stats.
It will take max 144 minutes and 26 seconds

You have to wait until he/she is done with the update.
Only one user is allowed to update at the same time due to the limitation of my webhost.
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Mulholland on Apr 6 2014, 06:05:50 AM wrote:
mightysparks on Apr 6 2014, 04:18:11 AM wrote:
bulbabean is updating stats.
It will take max 144 minutes and 26 seconds

You have to wait until he/she is done with the update.
Only one user is allowed to update at the same time due to the limitation of my webhost.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
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I was trying to update my stats, but it only does one person at a time :(
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mightysparks on Apr 6 2014, 05:59:08 AM wrote:I played that hose 'song' from Merzbow for my mum when you first shared it with us and she said she'd hit me if I ever made her listen to that again. She also wasn't happy about My Pal Foot Foot - and I sent that to my brother a while ago and he sent back 'wtf was that' tehe
There's a video of Merzbow playing live in a park and everyone is covering their ears :D

The thing about The Shaggs is that it is awful music, but somehow at the same time it's like they almost created no wave music. It seems like even most experimental music fans hate them though.
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mightysparks on Apr 6 2014, 06:08:24 AM wrote:
Mulholland on Apr 6 2014, 06:05:50 AM wrote:
mightysparks on Apr 6 2014, 04:18:11 AM wrote: grumble grumble stupid bulbabean
What's that about me?
I was trying to update my stats, but it only does one person at a time :(
Oh whoops sorry.

It's having to deal with 9 years worth of stats... gonna take a while
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Your musical compatibility with Bulbabean is Low
Music you have in common includes Ellie Goulding, Madonna, Kate Bush, Sophie B. Hawkins and Sash!.

Your musical compatibility with Evaa_14 is Medium
Music you have in common includes Fleetwood Mac, The Beatles, Ellie Goulding, The Rolling Stones and The Beach Boys.

Your musical compatibility with dormice is Medium
Music you have in common includes The Beatles, 16 Horsepower, The Statler Brothers, Creedence Clearwater Revival and Brand Nubian.
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ArthurYanthar on Apr 6 2014, 06:12:23 AM wrote:
mightysparks on Apr 6 2014, 05:59:08 AM wrote:I played that hose 'song' from Merzbow for my mum when you first shared it with us and she said she'd hit me if I ever made her listen to that again. She also wasn't happy about My Pal Foot Foot - and I sent that to my brother a while ago and he sent back 'wtf was that' tehe
There's a video of Merzbow playing live in a park and everyone is covering their ears :D

The thing about The Shaggs is that it is awful music, but somehow at the same time it's like they almost created no wave music. It seems like even most experimental music fans hate them though.
I don't really like Merzbow, but boy, together with Boris it just sounds like they were meant to make music together!
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My top 2 have been the same for 5 years until I just noticed #2 has been overtaken:

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Damn Magnetic Fields for having a million songs that I can relate to and can't stop listening to right now.
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Yea Death Grips recently beat Rome for me which was my #2 for ages. There's no way any artist will beat Kate Bush though. Lil B has tons but that's only because he releases like 3 albums a week. Grimes being 5th is surprising because it's mostly just Halfaxa. I did blast Visions for a bit but the more I think about it the less I like it. Too inspired by that cutesy k-pop bullshit which I REALLY don't get why quite a few, especially experimental music fans like.
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mightysparks on Apr 13 2014, 09:04:29 AM wrote:My top 2 have been the same for 5 years until I just noticed #2 has been overtaken:

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Damn Magnetic Fields for having a million songs that I can relate to and can't stop listening to right now.
Nice to see someone else with a huge disparity between top artists and everything else. I always get jealous of those who seem able to listen to equal doses of practically everything. Makes for a nicer graph.
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