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Old 04-25-2006, 05:36 AM   #1
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Henry Rollins

Any one else feel the vibe of one of Henry Rollins' rants in this song? If anyone is unfamiliar with a song where he rants please say so, I'll provide a song title for you to download.
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Old 04-25-2006, 05:39 AM   #2
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Bottom?
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Re: Henry Rollins

I was thinking more along the lines of a Les Claypool and the Holy Mackerel song
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Re: Henry Rollins

I'd just like to say your not the only one who got a Rollins vibe, I thought Rollins and Bottom as soon as I heard the track.
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That's a relief. Heh
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Re: Henry Rollins

Adrian Belew, King Crimson, ConstruKCtion of Light and the albums in that vocal vein is what sprung to my mind immediately.
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Re: Henry Rollins

The vocals at the beginning are hugely influenced by recent King Crimson albums.
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Re: Henry Rollins

I don't hear any KC influence in those opening vocals, and that's coming from a huge KC fan. It sounded very much Mike Patton influenced to me.
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Re: Henry Rollins

You're, of course, right. I was thinking more about the end. "sunkist and sudafed and so forth."
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Re: Henry Rollins

is henry rollins the one who is actually saying the random shit in the beginning of the song? cause that was the first idea that popped into my head when i heard it
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Re: Henry Rollins

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is henry rollins the one who is actually saying the random shit in the beginning of the song? cause that was the first idea that popped into my head when i heard it
Pretty sure it's Maynard, just distorted. Listen to how he says, "Holy fuckin' shit."
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Re: Henry Rollins

really? i just went back and listened to it. i really dont hear maynard at all. i hear a rollins-esque voice.
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is henry rollins the one who is actually saying the random shit in the beginning of the song? cause that was the first idea that popped into my head when i heard it

it's Maynard, and it isn't "random" :)
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Old 04-28-2006, 05:31 PM   #15
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Re: Henry Rollins

fair enough ;-) i know its not random, i just didnt know how to classify it. its one of my fav parts of that song
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Re: Henry Rollins

What?

This is in no way a 'Henry Rollins' style.
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Re: Henry Rollins

Didn't get the Rollins connection either
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Re: Henry Rollins

FWIW: the first thing I thought of when I heard it was Denis Leary doing his shtick.
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Re: Henry Rollins

I pick up on the rollins thing. I also got this "it was daylight when you woke up in your ditch" nothing specific. When i listen to this song now i hear all three album influence sperately. It just blends back and forth between all the albums Un,Ae,La,Ae,Un,La...lol
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Re: Henry Rollins

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FWIW: the first thing I thought of when I heard it was Denis Leary doing his shtick.
You mean Bill Hick's shtick? ;)
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