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Hey everyone – this is Roy Mayorga from Stone Sour, signing off. Thank you so much for all your questions, it's been a pleasure to be here.
On the Stone Sour front, our 'HYDROGRAD Deluxe Edition' comes out August 31st and features unreleased covers, b-sides, live recordings and alternate versions of songs from the album. Listen to “Burn One Turn One” and pre-order here: stonesour.lnk.to/hydrograd
You can also watch the video for Saint Marie: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeB8d73jg7xk5Mb1YNrxsnQ
And don’t forget to catch us on the road next month! https://stonesour.com/tour/
For example, To Pimp a Butterfly was constructed out of a poem where each couple of lines, in the poem, relate to a certain track. Similarly, Because of the Internet had a play-script that released with the album and had certain tracks play at specific parts of the script. Each of these additions to the albums really connected all the tracks of the album together.
P. S. The genre doesn't really matter. These are just the one albums that I am aware of with this type of construction to them.
What I love about these performances is how intimate they are, how raw the emotions and musicianship come across, and how perfectly they are mixed to create a beautiful sounding final product. On top of that, there is an incredible range of genres and energies, sometimes even in an individual artist's performance. Where I get stuck is that I am always looking for artists I have heard of when scrolling through, but I just know I am missing out on some amazing music. So please share some that you've loved! I am open to any genre and I really love music that gives you chills, makes you want to dance, causes you to feel raw emotion, just leaves you in awe of the talent before you, or all of the above.
Does anyone know why the Slim Shady LP went from explicit to clean on Spotify?
My main problem with this is that the change not only effects the message of the song but also each time there was a swear word it does that Scratchy disc sound which absolutely wrecks the song.
Anyone have info or thoughts?