I so adore 12 Stones🤘🖤 they have such a unique sound, meaningful lyrics and Paul McCoy's voice just gaves you especially his part in "Evanescence - Bring Me To Life". My first introduction to hearing "Home" was the Wrestlemania 19 Documentary "The Mania Of Wrestlemania". @12stones#Throwback#12Stones#WWE #2002 #NuMetal#AlternativeRock
#songoftheday : @pearljam : Why Go (1991)
Pearl Jam is one of my favorite grunge bands from when I was in high school. I personally believe that every sophomore should be exposed to Pearl Jam's smash debut album Ten, because all of the songs on it are fantastic and memorable. Why Go is technically a "deep track" I suppose, given that it's one of the tracks that wasn't released as a single (see: Even Flow, Alive, Oceans, Jeremy...). .
This song follows the similar routes of the other songs on Ten, as its kind of mid-tier in terms of heaviness. There's #eddievedder 's wailing vocals that reach scream territory, but the singing almost has a rapping style to it, being faster and in succession. I believe the lyrics are an ironic rhetorical question, asking why go home? The lyrics describe the story of a mental patient that is abused, due to flaws in the system that prevent them from being treated correctly. The song also perfectly syncs into Black (one of my favorite Pearl Jam songs of all time), which is always appreciated when done well.
swipe left for a snek pek of my latest project that i’m working on - a lofi + alternative rock @sushitrash type song that i’m entitling #sayimlonely
what you’re listening to now is the chorus segment, which vocals have yet to be added in the mix 🤠can’t wait to let yALL hear this cUz it’s s0 different frOm my currenT music :0
keep y’all posted 😉
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🎸Guitar Riff #18 of 90
End of Day 6.
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I promise y’all my tape will be releasing soon, I’m just busy trying to be one with the universe right now and tryna finish things up, but this tape will be mastered by @sleepyfuckedwithit this shit is about to sound beautiful as fuck I promise y’all, have faith in me please 🍷🌹🖤
On November 18, 2003, Blink-182 released their self-titled studio album 𝘉𝘭𝘪𝘯𝘬-182. The album saw a departure from the immature punk sound fans were used to, as the band moved on to a more alternative rock based sound. Today we celebrate the album's 15th anniversary.
This was their last album before a four year hiatus, from which the band members were brought back together by the near-death of drummer Travis Barker in a plane crash.