A couple weeks ago while I was standing in my local record store looking at what new album I should add to my music collection and I came across a small section containing what the store had in stock from Pantera. Figuring I did not own an album from them (judge me later) I decided to go with one of theirs, but which one was the question? They had Cowboys from Hell, Reinventing the Steel, and The Best of Pantera: Far Beyond the Great Southern Cowboy’s Vulgar Hits. Seeing that last title got me to thinking about something… Continue reading
Usually Frantic is the one that discusses music on his Sunday Show that goes up on our YouTube channel. However, I’m giving it a shot this time. In the past few weeks since my last column I have been listening to a lot of music as I do various tasks. In that time, I also picked up Seether’s newest album, Poison the Perish. So far, my favorite song off of that new album is “I’ll Survive”.
Over the weekend I was listening to the radio and I heard the DJ talking a little about the next song that they were going to play. He mentioned how it was a cover of a Taylor Swift song; so I’m thinking, “Oh a hard rock cover of a mainstream pop song, this should be interesting.” The fact that they covered Taylor Swift isn’t what puzzled me though, it’s the fact that after the song was over the DJ came back on air and said that was just one group that was going to be releasing a new album containing mostly covers of other songs.
I’m a metalhead. Pretty simple explanation of my music taste no? Well, I once covered the great subject of elitists in the fan base of Metal. I’m here to do it again.
We here at Frantic Talks love writing every article, so it hurts to have to discontinue our Songs of the Week series.
It’s been a few weeks since our last Songs of the Week so let’s not delay any longer!
Sorry we’re tardy to the party! It’s time for songs of the week with Frantic and Grunt.
Welcome to a three part series where I, Frantic, break down the business concept known as Six Sigma and how it relates to the industries we discuss here on Frantic Talks. Let’s begin with Music.