what song shuld i learn first

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  1. bassnoobie101

    bassnoobie101 New Member

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    i have just gotten my frist bass 2 days ago and was wondering what is a easy metal song to start out with thx
     
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    Indi Tha Original ThreadKilla!

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    Although I think you may have the wrong forum, Enter Sandman by Metallica is a good place to start
     
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    ok thax man ill try that 1 and sorry for puting this in the wrong forum
     
  4. 1992

    1992 Novantadue

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    Or try "The Nine" by Bad Company.
     
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    freeagent Almost 30

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    That Concord Dawn tune is having some repurcussions me thinks.
     
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    Caution dnbforum.com

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    Smells Like Teen Spirit is well easy.

    Moved to waffle btw

    Not dnb related
     
  7. 1992

    1992 Novantadue

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    Not DnB related? What about Dylan's remix of Metalica's tune?
     
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    Caution dnbforum.com

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    Urm, was a riff in a metal tune long before it ever featured in a drum and bass tune. The chap is asking for metal songs. Good effort though mate.....

    Thread remains in waffle

    :)
     
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    1992 Novantadue

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    The DnB scene is exactly...er very much like the Heavy Metal scene.

    Heavy Metal: 99% male headbangers.
    DnB: 99% male head noders.

    Heavy Metal: The 1% of women in the scene dress like flashy hookers.
    DnB: The 1% of women in the scene dress like hookers or poor ghetto dwellers even though they may be middle class or upper class.

    Heavy Metal: Has song titles that either celebrate violance, the music style itself, sex, or drugs.
    DnB: DITTO although mostly violance (or illnesses in the case of Formation's releases).

    Heavy Metal: Doesn't get played on commercial radio
    DnB: Ditto!

    Heavy Metal: is homophobic and testostorone driven.
    DnB: Used to have a cool feminine side ('Ardkore) but is now extremely homophobic and testostorone driven, hence hardstep, and techstep. The new style "clovvnstep" is now shrugged off because it implies gayness and gayness is not tolorated by the majority of the DnB scene even though this style of music came from house (although they will claim that its roots now lie in industrial NIN music I bet).

    :readthis:
     
  10. logikz

    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    i dont know what fucking scene youre on about 1992. maybe you should vĂ­sit the UK and hit a couple of clubs there. might give you some insight instead of spending all your time on the internet with your german amusement park rides
     
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    freeagent Almost 30

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    Well, I think he's pretty close to right on, with a grain of salt. But I won't claim to understand the club scene over there. There certainly is a fraternity in DnB, and most of the popular stuff is very testosterone driven, while the more mellow mature (what he calls 'feminine') stuff is less popular within the scene. As for the hookers part, I won't touch that...