Parrots dance to music they like. Few types of birds do. Parrots, however, move to music in ways they never move to anything else. They ignore slow beats, so there are few if any funeral doom parrots. If you want a dancing parrot, play speed metal. That gets them moshing, bobbing their heads up and down while they shuffle from side to side like goofed-out metalheads.
I mention this because I don’t have a parrot. If I get one I’ll call her Thrasher. If I can find a male to mate with her, she’ll hatch out metal chicks.
There are no parrot songs in my selections for today.
Posted in Best of 2015
Tags: Áldás, Dalriada, death thrash metal, Deathcore, Emma-O, Flyover, Folk Metal, Ignotum, jazz-rock, King Dude, Lauri Porra, Love Fear and the Time Machine, Luciferian neo-folk rock, Mammal's Best of 2015, Mechanical, Ozric Tentacles, Part 8/10, Progressive Metal, Reality Field, riverside, Sigma Project, Songs of Flesh and Blood, space rock, Spock's Beard, symphonic progressive rock, Technicians Of The Sacred, The Oblivion Particle, The Voynich Code
Part 1: “Nayh,” I hear a few of you say in strange accents, “you’re revealing your other true colours. Yesterday was all prog metal. Today it’s almost all folk metal. You’re just a Simon & Garfunkel in a dirndl that would look much better on a Vraulein with less hair on her knees.”
Part 2: Have I mentioned that I love Laura ❤ Binder of Dalriada?
Part 3: Have I mentioned that I love Sarah ❤ Layssac of Arkan?
Part 4: Have I mentioned that I love Masha ❤ Scream of Arkona?
Today I had a migraine for the first time in years. Some people think migraines are headaches. They’re not. Splitting headaches are one of the side-effects of a migraine, which is dilation of the capillaries in the eyeballs for any number of reasons. Anything that constricts blood vessels is good when you have a migraine, especially plenty of coffee and nicotine, heh heh.
After I’d slept off the worst of the migraine I started doing my hit parade post for today. My wife asked why I was listening to loud metal music while I still had a headache. I gave her the obvious answer: Metal has curative powers. I know it makes me feel better.