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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Cocytus, Jan 5, 2010.

  1. Cocytus

    CocytusExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    I dont Like Discharge.
    At all.
    I think its due to thier recording quality, if the guitars were more harsh, and they were faster I would be more inclined to like them.
    The sound is too clean, the vocal delivery is too exploited like, and again, its too slow, theyve always sounds like shitty OI to me, while on the other hand, Anti Cimex and DISARM were better musicians I think.

    I have never once in my life subcribed to the ignorant ideal of "Noise instead of music".

    If your going to play, play your best.


    Go ahead and talk shit, I dont care.

    Discharge to me is like AC/DC, 13 albums of the same fucking song over and over and over and over.
     

  2. punkmar77

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    Your not alone about Discharge, although I do like some shitty noise bands..(mostly Italian stuff) but most of the Brit stuff is just too stiff for my taste.
     
  3. Rabbit

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    I like them, but they're certainly not my favorite band. They're a group that I respect a lot but listen to less than the bands they influenced. I prefer bands like Avskum and Anti Cimex. I really enjoy their beats, even if the guitar parts are... well, not complex.

    Also, Anti Cimex is much, much better, but Anti Cimex is much better than most bands.
     
  4. disfuck

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    sorry to hear this , you make my penis soft , lol, i love discharge ,old but not the new singer shit !! cant help it i cant agree , dont know why ive just loved them since i was like 16 and first heard them , d beat for life !!!!!!!!!!
     
  5. sociopop82

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    discharge is great and their original sound and message is still a strong one today!
    but from my understanding Listening to it today is nothing compared to
    listening to it in their hey-day.
    A much older friend of mine has told me Discharge was about as extreme you could
    get when it came to music back then. He also mentioned venom.
    And i respect them for that.
    I think my generation has just been spoiled to truly appreciate
    discharge.
     
  6. Anxiety69

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    i don't really like discharge much, but i do really like Broken Bones, which i believe was an ex discharge member...
     
  7. Cocytus

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    Its not that I dont like the message, its just that theyve always sounded too thin too me.
    I first heard them back in the early 90s and wasnt too impressed then.

    I like Broken Bones alot.

    And Black Uniforms...well, that goes without saying.
     
  8. deadsmart

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    Personally I found, with Discharge, it took a little while too differentiate the songs. Same with some of Doom's albums. But once I listened to 'em a few times they got better for me (and now I REALLY enjoy them). :thumbsup:
     
  9. disfuck

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    to each his/her own
     
  10. Cocytus

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    can we at least agree that Disclose topped Discharge?
     
  11. sociopop82

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    lets talk about black uniforms some more!
     
  12. Anxiety69

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    what's your opinion on the varukers? they sounded a lot like discharge to me...
     
  13. punkmar77

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    Absolutely, believe it or not it's meant all the world to us in Diatribe that Disclose were big fans of the band and were very instrumental in getting 'The Aftermath' re-pressed before he passed away. I know it's not very popular for me to be in a founding American d-beat band and not care too much for Discharge, but it's better than lying to "fit the image". Que no?
     
  14. ASA

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    fair enough, more free thinkers less assholes, i didn't likem when i first heard em as i was on a 70's trip, far too late i might add, wat happened!?) they fucked me again not in a good way, then i missed em when they were gone but live! in the day woa!!! legends

    and people comparing discharge with all those other bands have got alotta learn as it were, about punk in general, i am a little disapointed the mainstream seems to have painted the glasses of their view of this genre they like to call punk, maybe they should listen to better guitar based music to get a different perspective about why punk is the greatest music of all time, or go to mcd's, it doesn't matter right ahuh ahuh
     
  15. Cocytus

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    No qualms here, I mean if you really wanna talk about one of the heaviest most flawlessly executed D-beat albums of all time, you have to look to the album that pretty much took it as far as it can go.

    Kegcharge's "Sadistic War Glory"

    I have yet to hear an album that can come close to the sheer sonic assault they put to wax with that one.
    (and trust me, I download/buy/listen to 100s of albums a month)

    Yea, people will talk shit, yea the purists will say its horrible(mainly people with a lack of intelligence, as evidenced many times over on this board)

    The only people who dont like that album, are those incapable of achieving that kind of simplistic greatness on a recording.

    How many shitty D beat bands have you heard in your time?
    ALOT.
    How many amazing ones?
    under 50.
     
  16. ungovernable

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    Agreed. I don't like discharge sound neither..

    There's also a lot of shitty D-Beat bands..
     
  17. ASA

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    wel then its individual isn't it unless its not d.i.y.

    as i find kegcharge overated so la di da

    gism or
    hellshock
     
  18. punkmar77

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    Little off topic but check out this '85 Diatribe flyer Cocytus n Anxiety

    [​IMG]
     
  19. ASA

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    why is it only directed at them geez haha
     
  20. Anxiety69

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    wow you are an old timer... but a lucky one at that!
     
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