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DagothGeas5
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I can't find much information about this group. The opening riff is very good.
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I exclusively listen to sentence-mixed diss tracks





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Oyster Sauce wrote: February 13th, 2024, 04:00
I exclusively listen to sentence-mixed diss tracks





I love these sort of mixed things. Reminds me of Hyrule youtube poops I found years back.
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As I came home from work and struggled to keep my eyes open I found myself in a half asleep / half awake state yet again. For some reason or the other the soundtrack to Shadow of Chernobyl was on in the background as I browsed through the older threads of the HQ. Surreal. :goldfish:

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DagothGeas5 wrote: February 17th, 2024, 19:19

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Vikings and their Music
An Arab merchant visiting Hereby, Denmark, in the 10th century had this to say about the Viking's singing:
"Never before I have heard uglier songs than those of the Vikings in Slesvig (in Denmark). The growling sound coming from their throats reminds me of dogs howling, only more untamed."
Another visitor compared their singing to the sound of a heavily loaded cart rolling down a hillside. The storyteller explains the sound was a result of lack of moderation in contact with alcohol. (Obviously, even back then, beer and brass music obviously went well together.)
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