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Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (Back From the Dead)
« on: July 22, 2016, 09:43:47 PM »
Parama’s Roulette v1.5

It turns out that running a roulette sounds pretty fun right now, but I’m still sort of playing catch-up from my last roulette and not looking for a ton of new stuff right now. So I’m running a half-roulette instead and by the time I want to run a full roulette again I’ll probably be near or at the top of the queue. It’s the perfect crime.

Final Rankings:
1st: home
2nd: Evermind
3rd: Tomislav95
4th: 425
5th: Scorpion
6th: Bolsters
7th: Sacul
8th: Train of Naught
9th: Tyrias
10th: LordCost
11th: splent
12th: twosuitsluke

Useful links:
Rules and Round Structure
Banned List
Songs Sent During the Roulette
Tastes
Roulette Grading Scale
Roulette v1
Old Top 50 List
2015 Retrospective List

Round Results
Round 1 First Impressions - Round 1 Results: Part 1 - Part 2
Round 2 First Impressions - Round 2 Results: Part 1 - Part 2
Round 3 First Impressions - Round 3 Results: Part 1 - Part 2
Round 4 First Impressions - Round 4 Results: Part 1 - Part 2
Round 5 First Impressions - Round 5 Results
Round 6 First Impressions - Round 6 Results
Round 7 First Impressions - Round 7 Results: Part 1 - Part 2
The Winner is...
« Last Edit: October 21, 2016, 11:42:46 PM by Parama »
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2016, 09:44:59 PM »
Rules:
1. Send songs via PM. I’d prefer mp3 downloads but youtube links are fine. Spotify links are not allowed, and you will be asked to resubmit.
2. The banned list is color-coded for your convenience.
Red means bands I have heard enough from to know I dislike them in general.
Orange means bands I don’t actively listen to or own music from, but find generally alright.
Teal means bands I have looked into and plan to get an album from, or have an album but haven’t listened to extensively yet.
Yellow means bands I like and own music from but don’t quite love.
Green means one of my favorites.
3. In the interest of variety, if the same artist is sent multiple times in one round, only the first two submissions of the artist will be accepted. If the same song is sent by multiple people, only the first submission will be accepted.
4. I reserve the right to reject any song or artist not on the banlist, most likely because I either know the specific song or the band probably should be on my banlist (which I will update if so).

Roulette Structure:
No scores. Every round will be an elimination round.

Round 1:
2 players eliminated. 10 remain.
Song length limit: 10 minutes.

Round 2:
2 players eliminated. 8 remain.
Song length limit: 10 minutes.

Round 3:
2 players eliminated. 6 remain.
Song length limit: 10 minutes.

Round 4:
2 players eliminated. 4 remain.
Players will send two songs. The players who are eliminated will be as follows:
1.   The player who sends the worst overall song.
2.   The player whose higher-ranking song scores the worst.
3.   If these are both the same person, the player who sent the second worst higher-ranking song will be eliminated.
4.   Additionally, whoever sends the best overall song will automatically remain in the competition, even if they are the same person who also sends the worst overall song.
Song length limit: 16 minutes total between the two songs, and maximum 10 minutes for a single song.

Round 5:
1 player eliminated. 3 remain.
Song length limit: Minimum 8 minutes, maximum 15 minutes.

Round 6: 1 player eliminated. 2 remain.
Song length limit: Minimum 15 minutes. No fixed upper limit but please try to keep it under 30 minutes. It’s probably in your best interest to not go longer than that, anyways, though if you have a really awesome 45-60 minute epic you just have to share with me, you can try.

Round 7: 1 player eliminated. Remaining player is the winner.
This is the EP round. I’m going to be doing this a bit different from last time.
1.   You may send as many songs as you want, so long as the total length of the songs does not exceed 50 minutes. The minimum length is, let’s go with… 30 minutes.
2.   You may not send more than 2 songs by the same artist, and the total length per artist must be under 12 minutes. I won’t stop both players from sending two songs each from the same artist, though. That’d be really funny.
3.   The ultimate goal is to send as many great songs as possible. I’m less concerned with EP flow and cohesiveness here, but it will be a factor. Please don’t close your EP with an obvious album opener.
4.   Though I am not explicitly scoring songs, I will rank every song as usual. The average ranking of all the songs will be calculated and will likely be a factor in determining the winner, though the better-ranking EP may not necessarily be the winner.
« Last Edit: August 21, 2016, 03:27:26 PM by Parama »
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #2 on: July 22, 2016, 09:47:06 PM »
Banned List:
65daysofstatic
A Perfect Circle
Admiron
Agalloch
Agent Fresco
Alcest
Algiers
Alrakis
Alter Bridge
Amadeus Awad
Amplifier
Anathema
Anciients
Animals As Leaders
Arcturus
Arjen Lucassen
Arsaidh
At the Drive-In
Auriga
Avenged Sevenfold
Ayreon
Baroness
Bastille
Being
Ben Folds
Ben Levin Group
Bent Knee
Between the Buried and Me
Beyond the Bridge
Big Big Train
Bing Satellites
Blink-182
Bodies of Water
Brand New
Bruce Springsteen
Burst
Burzum
Caligula’s Horse
Callisto
Canvas Solaris
Casualties of Cool
Cave In
Chelsea Wolfe
Chimp Spanner
CHON
Circus Maximus
Cloudkicker
Cobalt
Codes in the Clouds
Coheed & Cambria
Coldplay
Converge
Crisis
Cult of Luna
Cursive
Cynic
Damien Rice
David Bowie
David Maxim Micic
Day Without Dawn
Deafheaven
Destrage
Destiny Potato
Devin Townsend
Diablo Swing Orchestra
Dire Straits
Don Caballero
Dordeduh
Dragonforce
Dream Theater
Dysrhythmia
Earth
Earthside
East of the Wall
Eight Bells
El Drugstore
Eluvium
Enslaved
Ephel Duath
Esben & the Witch
Exivious
Exotic Animal Petting Zoo
Explosions in the Sky
Fallujah
Fates Warning
Foals
Foo Fighters
Frost*
fun.
GEoRGiA
Genesis
The Gentle Storm
Ghost
Glen Hansard
God is an Astronaut
Godspeed You! Black Emperor
Gotye
Grace Cathedral Park
Graviton
Green Carnation
Gregor Samsa
Guilt Machine
Haken
Hammock
Have a Nice Life
He Is Legend
Headspace
Ihsahn
Inter Arma
Intronaut
IQ
Irepress
Iron Maiden
Isis
Jakob
Jesu
Jethro Tull
Jolly
Judas Priest
Julia Holter
Kamelot
Karnivool
Kayo Dot
Kimbra
King Crimson
Kontinuum
Lacuna Coil
Leprous
Lesoir
Levin Minnemann Rudess
Lorde
Mandroid Echostar
Marketa Irglova
Mastodon
maudlin of the Well
Maybeshewill
Megadeth
Merzbow
Metallica
Midnight Odyssey
Moonsorrow
Mono
Mouth of the Architect
Mr. Bungle
múm
Muse
My Morning Jacket
Nadja
Native Construct
Ne Obliviscaris
Negură Bunget
Neurosis
Neutral Milk Hotel
Nightwish
Nine Inch Nails
Nirvana
NY in 64
Oak Pantheon
Obsidian Kingdom
Oceans of Slumber
Oceansize
Ólafur Arnalds
Opeth
opul
Oranssi Pazuzu
OSI
Our Ceasing Voice
Pain of Salvation
Panopticon
Patrick Wilson
Pelican
Periphery
Pink Floyd
Porcupine Tree
Premiata Forneria Marconi
Progenie Terrestre Pura
Protest the Hero
Pyramids
Quandary
Queen
Queensryche
Radiohead
Rage Against the Machine
Red Sparowes
Rishloo
Riverside
Rodrigo y Gabriela
Rosetta
Royal Blood
Rush
Russian Circles
Saor
Scale the Summit
Schammasch
Schizoid Lloyd
Serdce
Seventh Wonder
Shining
Sia
Sigh
Sigur Rós
SikTh
Skyharbor
Slice the Cake
Slipknot
Smashing Pumpkins
Slayer
So Hideous
Sólstafir
Soundgarden
Speaking to Stones
Spectral Lore
Star One
Stellardrone
Steven Wilson
Storm Corrosion
Sufjan Stevens
Swallow the Sun
Taylor Swift
TesseracT
Thank You Scientist
The Angelic Process
The Beatles
The Contortionist
The Cure
The Dear Hunter
The Dillinger Escape Plan
The Fall of Troy
The Hirsch Effekt
The Mars Volta
The Ocean
The Postman Syndrome
The Swell Season
The Sword
This Will Destroy You
Thomas Giles
Thrice
Thumpermonkey
Thy Catafalque
Thy Light
Tool
Toothgrinder
Transatlantic
Ulver
Unexpect
Vanden Plas
Vangough
Vattnet Viskar
Vektor
Vennart
Whispered
Widek
Winterfylleth
Wishbone Ash
Wolves in the Throne Room
Yes
« Last Edit: September 10, 2016, 01:36:57 PM by Parama »
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #3 on: July 22, 2016, 09:47:51 PM »
Tastes:
I’ll keep these brief because the longer these go the more confused people will be. And I’m going to be honest, I am really not looking to expand my tastes at this point in time. This is more to check out cool stuff that already fits nicely into my tastes, that I may not have known about. Sending risky stuff way out of my comfort zone is more than likely going to get you eliminated.

Metal: Oh boy do I like metal. Prog metal, black metal, sludge metal, post-metal, some mathcore, some metalcore, some death metal, some djent, even a little straight-up heavy metal. I don’t like nu-metal, generally not a fan of thrash metal, and I really dislike deathcore.

What’s really important for me with metal is that it’s kept dynamic. Bands that feel the urge to be constantly heavy all the time and give the listener no breathing room are, in all honesty, really damn boring. There’s a lot of ways to win me over, though. Strong melodies, crushing and crunchy riffs, thick atmosphere, controlled frantic energy, just raw power. Of course, with some lighter moments to break up the mood, or at least not a constantly crushing sound.

For me though metal has the most potential to be dynamic and interesting, and metal with influences from other genres (especially electronic as of late) really gets me interested. Metal stuff is probably the safest best for doing well but you don’t have to stick exclusively to it; my favorites from my last roulette were, ironically, not metal at all.

Examples:

Black Metal:
Alrakis – Alpha Eri
Enslaved – Roots of the Mountain
Thy Catafalque – Szervelten

Death Metal:
Ne Obliviscaris – Forget Not
Opeth – Ghost of Perdition

Metalcore/Mathcore:
Between the Buried and Me – Disease, Injury, Madness
The Hirsch Effekt – Cotard

Post-Metal:
Isis – Grinning Mouths
Rosetta – Absent

Prog Metal:
Haken – Cockroach King
Pain of Salvation – Idioglossia
Riverside – Hybrid Times

Sludge Metal:
East of the Wall – The Apologist
Intronaut – Fast Worms
The Ocean – Mesopelagic: Into the Uncanny


Prog: My opinion on this has really changed in the past year or two. I’m pretty over the pointlessly technical, showboaty prog that feels far too dominant. I’d rather hear bands come up with cool rhythms, diverse song structures, unique genre fusions. Of course I’m not averse to technicality either if it’s done tastefully.

Examples:
Baroness – The Gnashing
CHON – Can’t Wait
Dream Theater – Take the Time
Oceansize – Trail of Fire
Thank You Scientist – Carnival

Rock: Straightforward hard rock is probably going to bore me. The rock I tend to like is generally more atmospheric or more rooted in emotional impact. That’s not to say I wouldn’t enjoy a good straightforward rock song, but my definition of good is probably not going to be yours here.

Examples:
Brand New – Limousine
Coheed and Cambria – Mother Superior
Cursive – Driftwood: A Fairy Tale
Porcupine Tree – Trains
Thrice – Between the End and Where We Lie

Post-Rock Don’t send this to me, honestly. I like post-rock on a case-by-case basis and especially on an album basis more than a song basis. There’s exceptions, of course, and if it’s like a stunningly good song on its own merits then go ahead, but prepare to be disappointed.

Examples:
Cult of Luna – And With Her Came the Birds
Mew – Comforting Sounds
Sigur Rós – Vaka
Sólstafir – Djákninn
This Will Destroy You – Villa del Refugio

Electronic/Pop: Make it atmospheric. I have little use for upbeat, bright pop. Maybe I’ll find it fun for a listen or two but I’ll get bored of it quick. I have little use for lifeless, cold, low-key electronica. It really needs to be evocative to work for me, well-textured and atmospheric, layers of synths, strings, piano, whatever else.

Devin Townsend – The Death of Music
fun. – Take Your Time (Coming Home)
Gorillaz – El Mañana
Julia Holter – Lucette Stranded on the Island
Lorde – Buzzcut Season

Djent: If djent is the primary genre tag that applies to a band, don’t send them. If djent is an element used as part of a mix and is used tastefully, go ahead and try, I guess. There have been enough bands that have done this pretty well.

Examples:
Being – Air Atlantic
Caligula’s Horse – Marigold
David Maxim Micic – Where is Now?
Leprous – The Flood
Skyharbor – New Devil

Soundtracks: I’m going to reject this outright, honestly. I have no use for soundtracks outside of their original context. I’m not going to buy soundtracks for movies or games I’ve not seen/played.

Folk/World Music: I pretty exclusively like this as an element in a mix of genres rather than on its own. Folk-tinged rock or metal is pretty rad; standalone bluegrass or celtic music probably won’t do much for me. There are exceptions, as always, however.

Drone/Noise: Do you wanna have a bad time?

If there’s anything not listed here, I’d consider treading with extreme caution. Which is to say, don’t.
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #4 on: July 22, 2016, 09:51:03 PM »
Banned During the Roulette:

Round 1:
Woods of Ypres
Novembre
Susanne Sundfør
Amorphis
Tim Bowness
Phideaux
The Oracle
Symphony X
Bruce Dickinson
Fair to Midland
Jean Luc Ponty
Crowbar

Round 2:
We Made God
Goldfrapp
Dir En Grey
Sonata Arctica
dredg
HAIM
Children of Nova
Dio
AZEDIA
Sleepytime Gorilla Museum

Round 3:
Wilderun
Spock's Beard
The Old Dead Tree
Totalselfhatred
Biffy Clyro
Dark Tranquillity
Nils Frahm
Projected Twin

Round 4:
The Antlers
Purity Ring
Panzerballett
Pure Reason Revolution
Primordial
Blind Guardian
Caladan Brood
The Flower Kings
Within Temptation
The Human Abstract
Adebisi Shank
CHVRCHES

Round 5:
Elder
Avantasia
Ensiferum
Flying Colors

Round 6:
The Pineapple Thief
Flaming Row
Redemption

Round 7:
Nothing More
Slowdive
*Shels
Primal Fear
Gong
David Gilmour
Temperance
Árstíðir
Trail of Murder
Ludovico Einaudi
Beardfish
iamthemorning
Serious Black
Eluveitie
Mark Knopfler
« Last Edit: October 11, 2016, 11:09:50 PM by Parama »
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #5 on: July 22, 2016, 09:53:49 PM »
Roulette Numeric Score Grading Scale

10: One of the best songs I've ever heard.
9: A fantastic song that I'll return to frequently.
8: A great song that I'll probably keep spinning.
7: Good, but not especially impressive; I may or may not check out the album.
6: Decent, but not particularly memorable or not something I'd keep listening to.
5: Pretty average, but not unpleasant to listen to.
4: Fairly mediocre, generic or uninspired.
3: Evokes little to no positive feelings and a fair bit of negative ones.
2: Yeah, you're definitely getting cut for sending me something this bad.
1: You're probably trolling if you get a score this low.
0: Merzbow is on the banned list.
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #6 on: July 22, 2016, 09:57:26 PM »
Following. I think I'll wait to join your next real roulette.

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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #7 on: July 22, 2016, 09:59:18 PM »
please send me a song, bolsters-sama  :sadpanda:

also i just realized, i should've posted one more and then reserved a post, the empty one was gonna be used for explaining my scoring system but I can add that to the rules post instead 'cause I need a post for the roulette-banned bands
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #8 on: July 22, 2016, 10:26:16 PM »
Sounds fine by me.

Edit: wait, fuck, I just remember'd I'll be very busy these days, won't be able to be as I should.
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #9 on: July 22, 2016, 10:29:22 PM »
(is that an /in or what?  :lol)
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #10 on: July 22, 2016, 10:55:56 PM »
In and ready to lose
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #12 on: July 22, 2016, 11:59:31 PM »
y'all should just be sending me a song, i guess, or something, take your time tho and pick good ones
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #13 on: July 23, 2016, 01:38:59 AM »
Reading through all this I'm pretty confident in the song I sent. Bring it on boys :metal
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #14 on: July 23, 2016, 01:43:02 AM »
I will read your "Tastes" and try to find something then. 
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« Reply #15 on: July 23, 2016, 01:55:37 AM »
In.
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #16 on: July 23, 2016, 01:57:20 AM »
I think I will do exactly what you did in my roulette, Parama.

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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #17 on: July 23, 2016, 02:11:28 AM »
Hi, can I join? Only thing is that I'll be going in holiday next wednesday, so from then on I will not be able to send you mo3s (due to lack of a computer), but Youtube links should be no problem.
Hey dude slow the fuck down so we can finish together at the same time.  :biggrin:
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #18 on: July 23, 2016, 03:11:49 AM »
Sent!

Thank you Parama and the participants, it was fun to play in this roulette while it lasted.

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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #19 on: July 23, 2016, 03:25:05 AM »
Sent.
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #20 on: July 23, 2016, 03:29:49 AM »
Sent!

Thank you Parama and the participants, it was fun to play in this roulette while it lasted.

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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #21 on: July 23, 2016, 04:03:47 AM »
I'll give it a go. I'll probably find the most obscure metal in my library that I don't really like and send that. If it gets me through the first round then we'll see  :corn

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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #22 on: July 23, 2016, 04:08:11 AM »
please send me a song, bolsters-sama  :sadpanda:
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #23 on: July 23, 2016, 04:31:53 AM »
I'm in! If I will made it to the final EP round probably I will have finished the artist I like that are not in the banned list, but I've got some bands left from your previous roulette to send :tup

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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #24 on: July 23, 2016, 04:59:18 AM »
Sent something doom-y and sludge-y  that I probably wouldn't send to anyone else  :rollin

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« Reply #25 on: July 23, 2016, 06:10:26 AM »
Sent metal.

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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #26 on: July 23, 2016, 10:06:29 AM »
everyone who wants to join can totally join, yes
Hi, can I join? Only thing is that I'll be going in holiday next wednesday, so from then on I will not be able to send you mo3s (due to lack of a computer), but Youtube links should be no problem.
it's find to send me youtube links, it's just primarily a convenience step for me to get the mp3's straightaway instead of having to convert videos to mp3s
lordcost needs to resend, but the rest of you are good

also it looks like y'all are thirsty for some numeric scoring. sure.
It's probably Six Roaming Owls or some other obscure band I've never heard of.
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #27 on: July 23, 2016, 10:10:21 AM »
Oh, I missed the MP3 part. Have you converted it yet? I can send you an MP3 file, no problem.

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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #28 on: July 23, 2016, 10:19:56 AM »
yeah you're fine, already got an mp3 of it.
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #29 on: July 23, 2016, 10:48:43 AM »
Okay, next time you'll get an mp3.

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Who am I kidding? There won't be a next time. :lol

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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #30 on: July 23, 2016, 10:58:31 AM »
that's the spirit  :tup
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #31 on: July 23, 2016, 11:26:07 AM »
Can I join?  ;D
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #32 on: July 23, 2016, 11:27:50 AM »
Drone/Noise: Do you wanna have a bad time?

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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #33 on: July 23, 2016, 11:47:52 AM »
It's probably Six Roaming Owls or some other obscure band I've never heard of.
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Re: Parama's Spontaneous Roulette v1.5 (COME ONE, COME ALL)
« Reply #34 on: July 23, 2016, 12:48:52 PM »
Just gonna send something risky, not much lost if you don't like it.