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Sun Oct 14, 2007 3:01 pm

That "On March The Saint's" song kinda rips off Deceased "Destiny" with it's 'march! march! march! march!' part...not so much in the actual riff but in the execution of it. Or I'm just full of shit. I'm probably just full of shit.
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i dont even care anymore, and steal and modify until my hearts content. theirs only 11 notes in western music, and copyright doesn't bother with the infinite amount of expression used within modern music if it cannot be expressed via standard notation.
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51[V][V]f0C wrote:i dont even care anymore, and steal and modify until my hearts content. theirs only 11 notes in western music, and copyright doesn't bother with the infinite amount of expression used within modern music if it cannot be expressed via standard notation.
You were supposed to say "HA ha! you listen to Down loser!!"
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Sun Oct 14, 2007 3:10 pm

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51[V][V]f0C wrote:i dont even care anymore, and steal and modify until my hearts content. theirs only 11 notes in western music, and copyright doesn't bother with the infinite amount of expression used within modern music if it cannot be expressed via standard notation.
You were supposed to say "HA ha! you listen to Down loser!!"

and i probably would, save that even i cant deny downs goodness. haven't heard the new one, though. worth my money, i assume?
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51[V][V]f0C wrote:i dont even care anymore, and steal and modify until my hearts content. theirs only 11 notes in western music, and copyright doesn't bother with the infinite amount of expression used within modern music if it cannot be expressed via standard notation.
actually, there's twelve notes if you're talking normal diatonic music, and seventeen or more if you go back farther ... what we'd consider a unison pair (C# and Db, for example) were often treated as separate tones back in the days of non-equal temperaments.

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51[V][V]f0C wrote:
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51[V][V]f0C wrote:i dont even care anymore, and steal and modify until my hearts content. theirs only 11 notes in western music, and copyright doesn't bother with the infinite amount of expression used within modern music if it cannot be expressed via standard notation.
You were supposed to say "HA ha! you listen to Down loser!!"

and i probably would, save that even i cant deny downs goodness. haven't heard the new one, though. worth my money, i assume?

It's like the last one...more trippy shit but can't compare to the awesomeness of the first album...the last 3 or 4 songs are some of the most tripped out shit they've done.
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triple clutcher v2.5b wrote:
51[V][V]f0C wrote:i dont even care anymore, and steal and modify until my hearts content. theirs only 11 notes in western music, and copyright doesn't bother with the infinite amount of expression used within modern music if it cannot be expressed via standard notation.
actually, there's twelve notes if you're talking normal diatonic music, and seventeen or more if you go back farther ... what we'd consider a unison pair (C# and Db, for example) were often treated as separate tones back in the days of non-equal temperaments.

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DOH! yous right! i thought 12, typed 11, and feel retarded.

tell the rest to my copywrite lawyer (sigh)
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51[V][V]f0C wrote:
triple clutcher v2.5b wrote:
51[V][V]f0C wrote:i dont even care anymore, and steal and modify until my hearts content. theirs only 11 notes in western music, and copyright doesn't bother with the infinite amount of expression used within modern music if it cannot be expressed via standard notation.
actually, there's twelve notes if you're talking normal diatonic music, and seventeen or more if you go back farther ... what we'd consider a unison pair (C# and Db, for example) were often treated as separate tones back in the days of non-equal temperaments.

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DOH! yous right! i thought 12, typed 11, and feel retarded.

tell the rest to my copywrite lawyer (sigh)
naw, he'd just sue me for boring the shit out of him. :(
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Alice in Chains "Sea of Sorrow" =sorta= AC/DC "Rock n' Roll Ain't Noise Pollution"
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ilfkncutu wrote:Alice in Chains "Sea of Sorrow" =sorta= AC/DC "Rock n' Roll Ain't Noise Pollution"
Get this bullshit out of here
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My earballs hear a fair amount of this:



in this:

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Wed Nov 07, 2012 11:24 pm

The middle slow build up section in the Paw song "Gasoline" with the whispered vocals, guitar noises and then seizing back up again totally rips off Faith No Mores "Caffine"
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Thu Nov 08, 2012 7:11 pm

i was listening to don't break the oath the other day, and ghost "elizabeth" totally has parts that sound like mercyful fate "gypsy"

edited, because i was having a brainfart that day. it wasn't abigal, it was gypsy, i was having a brain fart.
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Living Sacrifice's "Liar" rips off Dystopia's "Instrumental" (wasn't sure on this one but the Dystopia track predates by at least a year)
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CoconutBackwards1 wrote:
ilfkncutu wrote:Alice in Chains "Sea of Sorrow" =sorta= AC/DC "Rock n' Roll Ain't Noise Pollution"
Get this bullshit out of here
"I Like Big Butts" is exactly the same as Zepp's "Hats off to Roy Harper"
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Sat Mar 02, 2013 7:08 pm

Zerohero wrote:
CoconutBackwards1 wrote:
ilfkncutu wrote:Alice in Chains "Sea of Sorrow" =sorta= AC/DC "Rock n' Roll Ain't Noise Pollution"
Get this bullshit out of here
"I Like Big Butts" is exactly the same as Zepp's "Hats off to Roy Harper"
Alice In Chains "Hate to feel" borrows a lot from Zepplin's dazed and confused

Super Joint Ritual's "dress like a target" rips off Benumb's "Oblivious"
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Sat Mar 02, 2013 7:10 pm

AUDIOSLAVE SONG HAS TOTAL PANTERYA RIFF
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Sat Mar 02, 2013 9:28 pm

This thread fucking sucks
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Sat Mar 02, 2013 11:18 pm

Can't really say ripped off since Woody Allen is in both bands, but




and




pretty much the same song
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Sun Mar 03, 2013 12:50 am

same riff, but far from the same song. wtf?
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