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"actual jangly guitar" [Dec. 7th, 2005|10:56 am]
Lindsey Kuper

Depending on what I listened to last, I have a hard time easing into Revolver -- it sounds strangely cut-and-pasted, both from song to song and within the songs themselves. But today, oh God, it's perfect.

What I really need, though, are lots more entire records that sound like "She Said She Said". I've spent ten minutes looking for just the right word for how precise (see?) the drums are. Can you help with that? Either the word, or the lots more records?

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[User Picture]From: eliciel
2005-12-07 07:32 pm (UTC)
When I was in high school, I decided that I'd never need my own psychodelic drugs so long as I had "Tomorrow Never Knows" and a pair of ambiant-sound-diminishing headphones.
Best part was that my art teacher let me use my walkman in class.
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[User Picture]From: stingmeyer
2005-12-07 09:45 pm (UTC)
I've spent ten minutes looking for just the right word for how precise (see?) the drums are. Can you help with that?

Do you mean the drumming is in the pocket?

O~
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[User Picture]From: leadsynth
2005-12-13 05:48 am (UTC)
I was really confused because I thought that said "Velvet Revolver."
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[User Picture]From: lindseykuper
2005-12-13 03:49 pm (UTC)
*twitch*
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[User Picture]From: phthoggos
2006-01-15 06:49 pm (UTC)
writing about music, dancing about architecture, etc.

I usually just fall back on "tight." Certain bands just feel... crisp, y'know?

Of course, the last time this came up, I was trying to describe The Black Dahlia Murder. But the point remains.
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