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Old 08-17-2015, 01:12 AM   #21
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Yeah... I still haven't even checked out that posthumous album yet. As interesting as they can be as a curiosity, they're not true and representative of those artists work... I still should give it a listen though.

Oh I definitely wanna see the doc, ever since I heard about it, I wanted to. I love a well made doc. So I'll be getting it when it comes out for sure. Still would've preferred a biopic, but that's another story.

Hey, if the Wu doesn't click, it doesn't click. Not everything can be for everybody. I'd say that Liquid Swords is one of the best of their output, so it doesn't get much better than that. Each member has a solid solo album though, and the styles vary, vastly. Tical for Method Man, Iron Man for Ghostface and Bobby Digital for RZA are some standouts. ODB was one interesting cat, he has a very love-it-or-leave-it style. Much like Tom Waits and his seemingly nonsensical warbling blues, his raunchy lyrics put off a lot of people. (hence his name; he's filthy and there's no father to his style)

Ooo Kittie. There's a name I haven't heard in a while. I wonder if they're together still...
Never heard Cynic. I'll have to check them out, thanks.

Yeah, of the Nu-Metal scene Deftones definitely did it best and grew out of those confines. It's funny, back in high school, all my friends were all about KoRn, Limp Bizkit and the like, and I always maintained that Deftones was the best, most artistic band of them, with the most staying potential. And while all the other bands struggle to put together a decent album these days, Deftones has been going strong consistently throughout the years. Growing, morphing, showing the raw talent.

It's hard to say what's a good starting ground. Each album is so different in style and mood. But I'd probably say White Pony is the most diverse and fully realized album. There's probably a reason it's their most popular.
But I wouldn't completely judge them on that album alone. They have so many different influences that everything they do is different.

This cover is a perfect example of how varied they are.

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