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Fashion Grunge Mixtape #35: Stop Hard

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http://www.mixcloud.com/fashiongrunge/fashion-grunge-mixtape-5-stop-hard/

Just a few songs that have been in my life in one way or another these past 2 weeks….

Tracklisting:

Scott Weiland- Barbarella

Modern English- I Melt With You

Green River- Ain’t Nothing To Do

Rites of Spring- Hain’s Point

Goldfinger- Miles Away

The Offspring- Come Out and Play

Audioslave- Cochise

Thursday- Understanding in a Car Crash

Grateful Dead- Candyman

Marilyn Manson- 1996

Primus- The Antipop

Letters to Cleo- Here and Now

American Football- Honestly?

Rage Against the Machine- Voice of the Voiceless

Monstro Flora- 21

Stereophonics- T-Shirt Suntan

cover photo:  Mert & Marcus for W Magazine

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Fashion Grunge Mixtape #32: R.A.G.E.

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A follow up to the last mixtape which involved instances of love complied with film dialogue. Taking a different twist and using rage as a theme for this tape. Rage can come in any form. Anger, jealousy, or even frustration. Mixed with cinematic dialogue that exemplifies many sides of the meaning of rage.

by Lauren

Tracklisting: 

Dialogue- Fight Club

Nirvana- Sliver

Brand New- Seventy times 7

Dialogue- Empire Records

Alanis Morissette- You Oughtta Know

Black Flag- Life of Pain

Dialogue- Romeo + Juliet

Incubus- Nice To Know You

Sex Pistols- Anarchy in the UK

Dialogue- SLC Punk

The Stooges- Search and Destroy

Aerosmith- Cryin’

Dialogue- American Psycho

Smashing Pumpkins- Bullet with Butterfly Wings

Marilyn Manson- Irresponsible Hate Anthem

System of a Down- Chop Suey

Dialogue- The Dreamers

Mudhoney- Touch Me I’m Sick

Dead Kennedys- Nazi Punks Fuck Off

Dialogue- Reality Bites

Rage Against the Machine- Without A Face

Linkin Park- One Step Closer

Dialogue- The Rules of Attraction

Menswear Monday: Zack de la Rocha

This seems more like a post suitable for my music blog but I thought it would be good here too. Zack de la Rocha was the front leader for one of the most popular political bands of the last few years, Rage Against the Machine. I was at home a few weeks ago in DC and burned a ton of old music that I used to listen to. Rage being one of them I have been jammin out in my car these last few weeks. I can’t even tell you how disappointed I am that music isn’t the same these days. Enough of that later. Here is Zack, who is just super badass in general.

He is most known for his left wing views and how much he changed the alternative music scene in the late 90s. I first heard about them in 1996 when I was watching the VMA’s. “Bulls on Parade” is still one of my favorite songs to this day. Thankfully, over the past few years the band has reformed and reportedly recording a new album.

I hope they are serious…cause im juiced!

the band in action:

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