As am I! My stuff so far isn't great, but I'm working on it, and I'm working on making a band (the two other guys are away at the minute, August 19th couldn't come sooner) called "Virginia Woolf" (don't look us up yet, please) and I was wondering if you'd like to chat about it sometime on the wiki chat.
Just a heads up, try not to make too many edits on the same page back-to-back. It floods the edit change log. If you're not too sure of an edit you made but, still want to make more changes before submitting, be sure to use the "Preview" button so you can see how it looks before you make the changes.
I'm not going to mark it against you since you're still fairly new but, just remember what I said for the future because most of your edits are from editing the same pages multiple times in a row.
I honestly dunno, I'll probably be editing the Murdoc Interview page with the Prelude to the book, but considering that's a whole beginning of the book, It'll take one hour for me to do it. So, if you could, maybe you could add it for me?
I'll probably do Russel's interview if I'm in the mood, however.
Nice! It's not my most favorite Gorillaz album, but it's still pretty great.
Sadly, I haven't got any luck into finding Gorillaz albums, at least at my record store in vinyl format. I'll probably have them order me a copy or contact me when they have one available.
I'm honestly surprised they don't even have Gorillaz in there, they are alternative rock after all. Maybe I haven't looked around in it. :\ The hardest part will be trying to get Demon Days at a decent price on the internet or anywhere. Lucky you on getting Plastic Beach though.
Ah, yeah. Not everyone likes Nine Inch Nails, and it's completely understandable too. I'd say that you could try most of their newer stuff like Hesitation Marks or Year Zero, Trent Reznor matured a lot more in terms of writing lyrics, but the early albums got me through a lot of stuff last year and I listen to The Downward Spiral and most of the albums on and off sometimes. I'm not bothered by you not liking them though, it's not for everybody, but everyone has different tastes for music. :)
Pink Floyd's my jam too, got myself a original pressing of The Wall on vinyl and a CD of Animals at my local record store. The one I go to is Charlie's, it's a pretty damn chill place, that's what I like most about it. They sale vintage clothes in another part of the store too, let me add that they sale Nirvana and Radiohead, so there's a high chance they could sale Gorillaz, hopefully.
About the self-title and The Fall, the self-title is probably MY MOST favorite from Gorillaz. It's a bit of a experimental album and it mixes in rock (5/4 and M1-A1) and hip-hop and reggae (Clint Eastwood, Slow Country), and trip-hop into one whole bag. I very much recommend it.
And The Fall, it's WAY more experimental then the self-title, it's pretty much Hesitation Marks before it was a thing. It sounds way more different, the songs a bit shorter and more instrumental. it's a lot more electronic then the other Gorillaz albums. The most complete songs would be Revolving Doors (my absolute favorite song), Amarilo and Hillbilly Man. I recommend it if you like a more peaceful or chill album. Oh, and the album was made on a iPad too.
Yeah, I'll give those a listen. The only Nine Inch Nails song I know is Closer, which is creepiness incarnate. I'm hoping that's not an accurate representation of NIN in general.
In terms of taste, I'm a sucker for a good guitar riff, whichbis one of the reasons I love Arcade Fire, Nirvana, Gorrilaz and that kind of thing. I like sone EDM and country as well (as we speak I'm listrning to "I Draw Slow", a folk band in which my RE teacher plays bass and guitar) and I have a love for tge classics, everything fron the Beatles to Beethoven anf back again!
Oh, man. There's a lot more to NIN then Closer, Closer has a deeper meaning then the chorus line too if you listen to all of The Downward Spiral. The only time Nine Inch Nails gave me the creeps is when I watched the Came Back Haunted music video, but The Downward Spiral is why I love the band though. It was also the very first concept album I listened to, way before The Wall and Demon Days.
But I recommend NIN, if you want the more mature stuff I'd recommend Hesitation Marks, The Slip and Year Zero. If you wanna listen to the older stuff, then I recommend checking them out before listening to the newer stuff. It's the perfect time to get into NIN since they're coming back this year.
I like me some Beatles too, hell I sometimes listen to Beethoven if I wanna just relax. But I'm the kind of person that likes most of the band's discography, but I'd consider Demon Days to be the album that boosted my love for Gorillaz even more then the self-title.