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Stalins Moustache
Dec 30, 2012

~~**I'm Italian!**~~

What is this stuff?
Ever listened to Paramore, All Time Low, Fall Out Boy or Panic At The Disco and still keep a few of their songs on your hidden playlist that you don't dare to play for others out of shame because you're too old to listen to this stuff? This thread is definitely for you!

Alright, I may have a few songs..
Good! Because even though you might look (very) out of place at a concert for these sort of bands, one can still listen to this in secrecy and shame!

As the other thread was now archived, I still really like this silly genre of music and the recommendations I got from goons on this genre was really good. Now that spring has arrived again, I always seem to return to my own scenecore playlist and start to add a few songs here and there.

Here's a list of current stuff that I like, and also a pinpointer as to what sort of music this thread is about.

Summer Wars - Place in Time
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efSfuVFj6cs

Paramore - Hard Times
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEB6ibtdPZc

Fall Out Boy - Young Volcanoes
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZvHkOAtUYQ

Thief Club - My Heavy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVLkQIRY-4I

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Stalins Moustache
Dec 30, 2012

~~**I'm Italian!**~~

COOL CORN posted:

I toured in a decently-popular metalcore band for like 5 years in the early 2000s, AMA

"A Fever You Can't Sweat Out" will always be one of my top albums though, it's almost flawless.

Well, which band was it and was it fun being on tour with them? :P
And that album is legit flawless, indeed, but I can't help but to feel that The Black Parade should also be considered such an album. It's like the emo album of all time, and even listening to it years later some of the songs there are really damned good such as I Don't Love You.

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