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Interzone / Re: Destroying the Weak [split]
« on: March 25, 2010, 05:12:37 AM »

Call me 'oversocialised' but I wonder if this place will ever begin to gain any more real social currency with explicit statements of this intensity. If structure, reality, intelligence, clear perception, etc, are they key, as they are professed to be by the philosophy of nihilism, then I don't see how taking the approach of being (comparitively) so overtly explicit to the point of alienating the people you want to win over (the small percentage of 'smart' people in society) can seem anything but absurd.


Explicity is unimportant. If there's something that the left knows too well is discourse analysis, then we have politically correct language.

The pain of survivors of the "great cleansing",  after all the tears for dead relatives, friends, and after the big efforts of stabilizing culture after the war, would be forgot in perhaps 100 years, while their descendants enjoy all the benefits and reach the stars. It seems beautiful and ultimately... merciful. But if it fails it would be much much worse than the holocaust.

One child policy and extra license is much less likely to fail, and I'm awaiting a comparative analysis vs mass tard death, by those who support the latter.

I don't know If I get what you're trying to say about the left, but if it's what I think, you're damned right... In my country, apology to nazism is a crime. Communism, on the other hand, even has it's political parties. The deaths of the people in the goverments of communism, is waaay bigger than nazism... but from influence of those bastards, it's extremely OK to defend communsim... go figure

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Interzone / Re: Inspiring repetitive samples
« on: March 25, 2010, 05:06:57 AM »
Hip-hop has its occasional place even in the life of a elitist metalhead bastard

No, it doesn't. If I wanted to be like the rest of the zombies, I'd buy an SUV.

I think you would enjoy driving one. Anyway, if a sound of a tree moving with the wind can sound "deep" to you (c'mon, I know you one day tought that) why can't a rap instrumental sound good?

There is music, there is catchy music, there is repettive sounds, there is extremely intense, good and intellectual music, there is dancing music, music to play in your car, anyway,,, whatever

If you found my response too anti-intellectual, please write an essay as to why the song I posted is not worthy. I await.

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Interzone / Re: Inspiring repetitive samples
« on: March 25, 2010, 04:56:26 AM »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5LGYTzBavM

/thread
WE BE TROOOLLLLIN'

Anyway, Nujabes is cool hi-hop, and that's a cool song (this is probably filed under "shit I shouldn't admit at the ANUS forum," but I dig a bit of anime, got introduced to this guy's music through a few episodes of Samurai Champloo). Hip-hop has its occasional place even in the life of a elitist metalhead bastard, but I think a song like this (and perhaps the genre itself) is limited in its appeal. Melodies like this can seem transcendental and uplifting, and their repetition, especially in such an open and delicate sound, can intoxicate the mind into emotion, but I'd hesitate to call it great music. The first time you hear it, one thinks "Wow, I gotta hear that again," the second time "That's a nice song," and subsequent listens reveal less and less and lose their ability to uplift. At least in my opinion -- I often become infatuated with a song with a particularly delicate and inspiring melody, and after a week am left wondering why I liked the damn thing in the first place. There's just not quite enough depth, either lyrically or compositionally.

That said, the aesthetics are great, I'd probably smoke a bowl to this if I got high on a regular basis but otherwise it's just stuff that "sounds deep."

Man, you went right to the point. I do'nt really appreciate Nujabes as much as this particular song. I downloaded an album by him and It's great for hip hop beats, but none of them come close to the link I posted. Guess in rap instrumentals what matters is finding the right "god part of the song" (I took that from and old ANUS metal hall forum post!). Well, I agree with all you've said. Except I don't get tired so easily of this song,

The only thing I disagree: Songs like this are more easy to see why you like it. I like because it's an emotional piano sample repeated, and I like repetition. Now try explaining why you like burzum.

On another note, finding a good sound to repeat is good in hip hop, but so are good produced instrumentals "from scratch".

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Interzone / Re: Inspiring repetitive samples
« on: March 25, 2010, 04:16:26 AM »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5LGYTzBavM

/thread

That inspired me.Very little. The truth is, the link I posted is a lot  more inspiring. Anyone agrees?

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Interzone / Re: Eugenics
« on: March 25, 2010, 04:14:53 AM »
I agree with all the ideas, but simply think mass murder is cruel. Where do I fit in.

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Interzone / Inspiring repetitive samples
« on: March 25, 2010, 03:32:18 AM »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrG0qkJgPZk

Why does repetitive piano sounds deep? Or is it just me.

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Interzone / Re: [META] Activities of our users
« on: March 25, 2010, 02:07:42 AM »
Come on people, support the artists.

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Metal / Re: N5BM
« on: March 24, 2010, 07:25:52 PM »

And that summarizes it nicely. Outside of Graveland, Burzum, Darkthrone, Absurd and a few others (Skrewdriver), far-right music has been a holocaust of musicality for the last 50 years.

Ok that may be your personel taste, but seriously, Absurd is so fucking bad music, same with Screwdriver. There is in now way a really good song from Absurd, they are bad as fuck musicians.

I first listened to absurd years ago, through ANUS. I liked it at the time. I'm not so much into metal as many here, but I was even less when I discovered them, but the simple songs grew on me. I especially liked Gates of Heaven. It's a good one.

Correcting, I'm very much into metal, I just find it hard to enjoy most of the times.

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Metal / Re: From the Dept. of Things That Make No Sense: RABM
« on: March 23, 2010, 04:11:11 PM »
That's Euronymous fault.

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Interzone / Re: [META] Activities of our users
« on: March 23, 2010, 03:17:56 PM »

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Interzone / Re: [META] Activities of our users
« on: March 23, 2010, 11:43:37 AM »
Music by me, using software.

http://depositfiles.com/files/rv5dxxhx2

http://depositfiles.com/files/jjsny7c3h

If it pleases someone, I will upload more.

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Metal / Re: N5BM
« on: March 20, 2010, 08:03:39 PM »
I'm surprised this guy likes Skrewdriver. I listened to this band and most songs are bad, but they've got some nice ones, that I don't know why, are simple but good. And I'm not even white.

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Bad in the sense that they are simple, typical normal songs, not that they suck

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Interzone / Autosuggestion
« on: March 18, 2010, 06:09:29 PM »
Autosuggestion has been helping me a lot. Only now I see how contra-productive toughts have been in excess in my life. It's not pseudoscience or BS as some people might think, and in spite of it being a great healing method for the weak, neurotic, lazy, it's not, as some people might wrongly think, only for these kind of unsatisfied people. Strong people, even those who are OK in their lives, have a lot to gain from this.

I'm almost finished on the first book I seriously read on the subject, by an american author, Paul C. Jagot. It's free from new age, or christian crap (some books on this topic tend to mix it with religion, and so as a result many people shun autosuggestion). Since I cannot find this book online, I'm going to share this:

http://www.thelifestylecafe.co.za/EmileCoue-SelfMastery.pdf

I have not read this book yet, but I became familiar with this author on the book I am reading. I will read this book also. The author is the creator of the autosuggestion method. It is free from new age crap, the book is from 1922. The books by this author on amazon all have more than 100 pages. This one has 32. It's the same content, but the other books have extended content. I used the look inside feature of the site, and saw the content of the pdf file on the book, so it's the real thing. I hope you all enjoy this,

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Interzone / Re: Political feasibility of unpopular ideas
« on: March 18, 2010, 05:11:50 PM »
What about this: Declare that the majority of people are going to be sterelized. The ones that revolt are to be exterminated. It's more fair this way.

Let's not jump ahead of ourselves. How do you intend to get into power and at what point are you able to turn into a military junta?

I don't know, but the whole discussion is being made like the power has already been taken.

Myself, I'm not ever going to participate in this, I'm not even on the USA.

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Interzone / Book Recomendations
« on: March 18, 2010, 02:25:30 PM »
I'm starting to read everyday, and I would like to know some Classic books, non-fiction, that are good and important. Those real classic works. Not some books like Lords of Chaos or a book like this is your brain on music, etc. (nothing against this books.)

On another question, anyone ever read Sigmund Freud's books? What do you think?

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