Your Next Album

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Australis, Nov 13, 2010.

  1. Australis

    Australis Writer Admiral

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    A year ago, Zion Raverscene (who we don't see often enough these days) posted this:
    And I added this: a random phrase generqator for song titles:
    http://watchout4snakes.com/creativitytools/RandomWord/RandomPhrase.aspx

    Here's the link to the previous thread:
    http://www.trekbbs.com/showthread.php?t=107588

    It was an immense amount of fun and in some cases some really good album designs came together. I also chose band me member names and some band bio stuff. But just the cover is fine, whatever floats your goat.

    So, it must be time for the follow up album. Shall we take it for another spin around the block?

    To begin, my own favourite from last time:

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  2. Goliath

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  3. Australis

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    Goth, you think? :)
     
  4. Goliath

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    I certainly hope so. :)
     
  5. Eyes

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    "Him to the Cemetery" by Yannick Ossok.

    Songs:
    Delicate Background
    Giant Structure
    Sparring
    Paraphrasis
    Cured Swamp
    Send Him to the Cemetery (Done as several albums have the title song in there somewhere. Send was the 5th word from the end of my quote)
    Experiencing Mercy
    Nothing Woke the Nun
    Snow Predicted
    Stark
    Plotted Election
    Wired

    With the exception of the overly arty picture, I quite like this. The song titles paint a bit of a creepy/conspiratorial theme. For the record, I only skipped a phrase(for song titles) if it made no sense at all, and that was only when I was messing around with the different options. If we're choosing singles, I choose "Delicate Background", "Nothing Woke the Nun" and "Snow Predicted".

    I'd guess for the style, either indie rock or folk (only really due to the album cover). Not exactly sure. Could even be rap.
    I'll just cop out and say it's a mix of styles.
     
  6. RJDiogenes

    RJDiogenes Idealistic Cynic and Canon Champion Premium Member

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    "Per Moderation" is still one of my favorite songs of all time. :bolian:
     
  7. Canadave

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    Here's mine:

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    Track listing:

    1. Select Joy
    2. For Communicating
    3. Reflecting Composer; Irrespective scoring
    4. Holy
    5. Land Preselector
    6. Hardly Back
    7. Merely Specifying Talent
    8. Same
    9. Behind Responsibility

    I'm thinking shoegaze-type indie.
     
  8. Count Zero

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    Do you happen to know where this pic was taken? It looks somewhat familiar to me. Is it Bari?
     
  9. Omnius

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    Radical Honesty - Lies in Human Choice

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    1. Happier Prose
    2. Smashed Invert Instrument
    3. The Stack
    4. Pardon Showers
    5. Cleptobiosis Irrevocably

    :vulcan:
     
  10. trekkiedane

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    I love this game.

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    Not sure about the genre... drunken acoustic blues or jazz perhaps...
     
  11. Canadave

    Canadave Vice Admiral Admiral

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    Sorry, all I can tell you is the name of the picture was in Spanish. The filename was the usual giberish. Here's the link to the photo itself, if that helps.
     
  12. Count Zero

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    Mmh. I don't see a Spanish file name there, unfortunately. Searching flickr for 'Jose Luis' didn't help, either. Oh well.
     
  13. trekkiedane

    trekkiedane Admiral Admiral

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    Wait a couple of days and then try looking for it on TinEye.

    Just a suggestion ;)
     
  14. Gul Re'jal

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  15. Count Zero

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    Thanks but when I clicked on the flickr link in the OP, the picture came up. What a coincidence. It's Cadiz, not Bari, but I've been there. That's why it was familiar. :)
     
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  17. Australis

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    alt-indie-folk?
     
  18. trekkiedane

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    Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya plays his electric sitar...


    Now, that would explain why I can't seem to find any of the buildings in the photo on Google-Image...
     
  19. auntiehill

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    I got an oddly appropriate picture for my band name:
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  20. Australis

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    Yes, but what's the track listings? :)