bending a lucario over and using its ears as fuckhandles
Why do you guys like Lucario so damned much? Back in my day we lusted for normal foxes, but today you kids aren't interested unless it's some neon color and knows karate.
If nobody's here I'm gonna stop posting.
Alright. I'll let this thread die since nobody's here.
Nope, dubdubs instead. Third time today.
Just for that I'm gonna image cap this thread.
Current song: Mechanical Animals
One of the best albums I've ever heard.
Kilnghoffer can never replace Frusciante, and while I prefer Froosh I must admit I like Josh's style and I love The Getaway album. Much better than I'm With You.
There's gotta be SOMEONE lurking.
Current song: Engel - Rammstien
Another time of the greatest albums out there. It was new for its time and the music, lyrics, performance, and mastering were (are) all amazing.
You missed the threads from this morning: I might be meeting up with Sculpture Guy.
He's like, super depressed.
Dubdubs for the FORTH TIME today alone, and it's not even noon!
Current song: Wynona's Big Brown Beaver
This band changed my attitude on the bass guitar; Lea Claypool is a God.
The music video makes my wife too uncomfortable for her to watch it.
2/3's done with the thread.
What would y'all like to see?
Oblivion - Lost Dog Street Band
This two-piece makes the saddest, most soulful music ever to make me cry. Seriously, check them out.
Before the Going Gets Me - Jesse Stewart
If you've never heard of Jesse Stewart (did. Reddit-famous cover of "Cold Beer" a few years back) you owe it to yourself to experience his work.
He's a master of the mandolin and his gravely alleydog voice suits is folk/mountain/blues style perfectly. "Siren's Call" may make you depressed though.
Kinda Lingers - Here Come the Mummies
This band is one of the most original and talented groups I've ever heard. They do a jazz/funk/disco/ska fusion that's unbelievable, and every member is an amazing musician I their own right.
Plus they're hilarious.
Oops. Forgot pic