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    In the real world I would typically say something like "your mom". but this is HC forums, and doing so could maybe get me banned or something
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    • #3
      I'm kinda surprised. I thought this would be pretty popular with the variety bands.
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      • #4
        It's a song I personally really like (Pretty Hate Machine is one of my favorite albums by anybody, ever) but it doesn't fit with the sort of "variety" gigs my band does. Not exactly a fun, party song. But for bands doing well with 90s grunge/rock, I would think it would be an obvious choice.
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        • #5
          Yup... did it 5-6 years ago. A cool song, but a little too edgy, dark and serious for a party band format. PLUS a ton of synths and sampling. Bass line is cool too.
          so over this signature BS!!!

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            Quote Originally Posted by wheresgrant3
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            Yup... did it 5-6 years ago. A cool song, but a little too edgy, dark and serious for a party band format. PLUS a ton of synths and sampling. Bass line is cool too.




            yep. Bass line drives it.
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            • #7
              Ive done it a couple of times medleyed in with "What I got". Just did a verse chorus thing and on to the next song in the medley. Worked pretty well and wasn't too much to freak people out.
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              • #8
                A lot of NiN covers get stripped down to acoustic guitar, or the guitar/bass/drum format. They aren't easy to duplicate.
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                • #9
                  yea, we do it.
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                  • #10
                    I remember a friends band playing it all the time about 20 years ago..Worked like a charm. Don't know about it today or even if it's popular anymore.

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                    • #11
                      We do it and it pretty much kills. There's a fine line of how aggressive to make it, however. It needs to be heavy and aggressive enough to feel the song, but not so abrasive that you scare off the pretty dancing girls. Fortunately, we found that line - a big part of it is how the drums drive, as well.



                      We do an 8 bar drum solo in the middle, too, which is oddly fun!
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                      • #12
                        I have seen it done but you really have to have the right crowd. Closer is probably a more popular choice as it is better known.









                        Quote Originally Posted by guido61
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                        It's a song I personally really like (Pretty Hate Machine is one of my favorite albums by anybody, ever) but it doesn't fit with the sort of "variety" gigs my band does. Not exactly a fun, party song. But for bands doing well with 90s grunge/rock, I would think it would be an obvious choice.




                        You continue to astonish me



                        One of my faves also.
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                        • #13
                          Pretty Hate Machine was one of those albums I got into when a lot of people in these parts were like, "Huh? Who? What?" and "that sounds weird." Pretty much the same people that looked at me funny whenever I cranked up Devo and GODFLESH albums.



                          I can see it going over with the same crowd that would love to sing (shout? scream? ) along with "F*** you, I won't do what you tell me!!!" (Killing In The Name). They would be shouting "I'd rather DIE...than give you CONTROL!!!" instead.



                          I'm intrigued. Maybe I'll give it a go with the lil trio. I'll report back the response (or lack thereof).
                          (This is my Non-Signature.)

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                          • #14






                            Quote Originally Posted by MikeyParent
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                            You continue to astonish me



                            One of my faves also.




                            I was blown away when that album came out. And there was a lot of good stuff coming out at that time. I made the bold prediction at the time that that album would go on to become the Gen-X "Dark Side of The Moon". It hasn't really become quite THAT, I don't think, but it's an amazing record nonetheless, IMO.
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                              Quote Originally Posted by guido61
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                              I was blown away when that album came out. And there was a lot of good stuff coming out at that time. I made the bold prediction at the time that that album would go on to become the Gen-X "Dark Side of The Moon". It hasn't really become quite THAT, I don't think, but it's an amazing record nonetheless, IMO.




                              One of my Top 10 favorite albums. At the time it was such a departure from anything I listened to at that point. It was a big influence in me becoming interested in synths and programming.
                              so over this signature BS!!!

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