Wednesday, July 21, 2010

White Music

I hate most modern music.  It consists of ghetto blacks and negrified whites talking about committing perverted sex acts, going to "da club," and abusing creative drugs.  When I'm in the car I listen to the local rock station, but their music is too white trash for me and ultimately much rock music is black music.  When I'm at home, I listen to folk rock and metal.  I especially like symphonic metal.  It's quite refreshing compared to the jetsam radio stations toss out.

Unfortunately, most whites would rather give their money to blacks, wiggers, and Jews rather than their own people and they would rather listen to a Negro guttersnipe chant about "supersoak(ing) dat ho" than songs rich in their own history.

Below are some of the songs and bands that I am fond of.  They are mostly by European bands, since apparently that's how far you have to go to avoid ghetto black influence.


Unless you are a linguist you won't understand the lyrics - this band often sings in Gaulish.  Eluveitie is a Swiss folk metal band that plays with not only modern instruments, but also traditional Celtic instruments.



Here's another song from Eluveitie, albeit in English.  This has the screaming vocals common in death metal.  But you can also hear the traditional instruments pretty well.



If you don't like the primeval vocals, here's an instrumental version of one of their songs.



Here's a Swedish folk metal band called Asynja. Their songs are usually about Norse mythology.



They also have explicitly white nationalist songs, such as this one.



Here's one by the Swedish band Ultima Thule. It's an interesting rendition of the Civil War song, When Johnny Comes Marching Home.



Speaking of When Johnny Comes Marching Home, here's an instrumental version. Of course, since there are no lyrics it could also be For Bales.



I'm generally not a fan of country music, but I'll make an exception for Johnny Cash. Here's him singing Ghost Riders in the Sky.



Here's a rock version of it by the Outlaws.



Moving back to metal, this is from the gothic metal band Sirenia.



Some symphonic metal from the Finnish band Nightwish.



Here's another song by the same band.



Yet another. The female vocals are nice to listen to once you get tired of listening to death metal screams.



Here's their cover of The Phantom of the Opera.



This is a song about Valkyries by the Finnish band Amberian Dawn.


The songs above are examples of what happens when music is created by those on the right half of the bell curve rather than by the flotsam of society.

10 comments:

  1. Those songs by Eluveitie rocked. I enjoyed them very much, thanks for linking to them.

    I have trouble with an implication of your thesis, that white music is better because it is created by white folks.

    My impression is that back-beats and other such rhythms common to rock and its musical descendants came from the black American influence on the musical scene in the early 20th century. Thus so-called white music has infused the African in with its own Nordic heritage. Perhaps I am wrong?

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  2. "I have trouble with an implication of your thesis, that white music is better because it is created by white folks."

    I probably should have been more clear in the intro paragraphs.

    It's not that white music is necessarily better, it's that it's white. The elites hate white culture. They constantly promote the idea that most "white music" (i.e. rock and pop) is really black music due to its roots. However, metal - especially the gothic and symphonic varieties - is clearly white music.

    Every other ethnic group is allowed to celebrate its heritage. I think whites should be allowed to do the same, which is one of the reasons I enjoy metal.

    And I don't dislike all black music, just black ghetto music. Music produced by actual Africans - such as West African folk music - is often pleasant to the ears.

    "My impression is that back-beats and other such rhythms common to rock and its musical descendants came from the black American influence on the musical scene in the early 20th century. Thus so-called white music has infused the African in with its own Nordic heritage. Perhaps I am wrong?"

    True, metal does have some black influences like most modern music. But blues itself was influenced by white music. In the Information Age, it's impossible to avoid outside influences, unless you're in North Kora.

    It's not really so much the blues influence that bothers me, it's the influence rap is having on other genres. Rap is degenerate trash that can hardly be considered music. It sickens me that whites are willing to pay to listen to street trash talk about their disgusting lives.

    Regardless, the European influences on metal - from the Celtic instruments of folk metal to the operatic features of symphonic metal - greatly overshadow any black influence.

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  3. Okay, thanks for the clarification.

    And for the record, I despise most R&B and all rap as horrid to listen to, degenerative, and as a cultural exponent of a culture that is best suppressed and not expressed.

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  4. Also I should add that our cultural elites seem focused on marginalizing white culture, if nothing than by a steady drumbeat of 'black culture cool' since the mid 50s.

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  5. I find it deeply amusing that TAS would denigrate Hip hop so much when I would put up good money that he knows precious little about it.

    For example, has he ever heard of the Black Sheep? Or De La Soul, since he mentioned Johnny Cash? Of course, he knows that a rap group revived a rock band's career, right? Hip Hop has always had a very close association and relationship with rock music, from Grandmaster Flash and Blondie, to KRS One and the Beatles, to RunDMC and Aerosmith, to the Beastie Boys, to Jay-Z and the Doors and beyond. Mos Def talks about this on his album, Black on Both Sides.

    As a diehard Hip Hop fan I can tell anyone that there's alot of crap out there. But the problem I have with discussions like these is that it is never done from an educated, informed perspective. Always an ignorant one, which I find to be deeply ironic, given all the emphasis you guys tend to place on IQ.

    Tell me, are any of you familiar with the RZA?

    Finally, just about every great rock band got their sound from somebody Black - Led Zepplin, The Who, The Doors, The Rolling Stones, you name it. Had it not been for James Brown or Bo Diddly or Chuck Berry, there'd be no rock music scene today. I have nothing against the bands TAS featured in this post, but I do think that judging which music is good or not based on the skin color of the people that make it is a bit misleading and misinformed.

    Oh, and Hip Hop is all throughout Africa. Which makes sense, since Hip Hop is heavily African influenced to begin with.

    OK I'll hold here. Holla back

    O.

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  6. I always get a good laugh when some negro boy attempts to "own" Led Zepplin or the Stones. Even if some rock groups were influenced by some black musicians, it only goes to show how huge is the gulf that separates white from black musical talent.

    Did blacks invent fire too? I guess you can claim space flight and atomic power too then, by your logic. Nice, please, black boy, repeat some more ignorant black propaganda to us.

    In fact, blacks did not invent either blues or jazz, let alone rock. It might be good for you black boys to read some actual musical history before you go making a fool of yo-selfs.

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  7. Had it not been for James Brown or Bo Diddly or Chuck Berry, there'd be no rock music scene today.

    ... If only.

    Easily-market music preaching west African mate selection patterns: Pick the most gaudily-dressed, most violent man or he might kill you, although per the lyrics me may kill you anyway:

    She got a .38 special, but I b'lieve it's much too light....
    Gonna shoot my pistol, shoot my Gatling gun


    With crime rates rising after Miranda and PC newspapers propagandizing as "racist" any law enforcement against blacks, the message to white girls was clear - the music is no joke.

    Also note that it's okay for white girls to dance to black music; white males who try do so are mocked before they really get the hang of it.

    Oh and Muse Sick-n-Hour Mess Age sucked.

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  8. LOL.

    Well, since we're talking about musical history, it might be a good idea for Mr. Anon to learn a bit. According to the frontmen of the Doors and Led Zep themselves - THEY SAY they got their sound from BLACK BLUES MUSICIANS. Same deal with MICK JAGGER, AND the BEATLES. Look it up.

    Second, check the history of Black music in America, you can start with Motown. Up until that time, Black faces couldn't appear on the covers of the albums because if they did they would automatically not be able to "crossover" into the White audience, who by the way, LOVES Black musical forms and styles. To this day, the biggest fans of Hip Hop, Jazz and Blues aren't Black folks - their White folks. 70% of all Hip Hop music sales are by Whites and has been for more than a decade. I recently attended an event up iun NYC to honor J Dilla, in Brooklyn, the venue was a tony building that was a historical society and the majority of the people there were White. quite a few were middle aged at that.

    As for the whole White Women thing, LOL. Well, if White guys could actually dance better, they just might not get clowned as much as they do. Practice, practice, practice...

    Holla back

    O.

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  9. Obsidian:"To this day, the biggest fans of Hip Hop, Jazz and Blues aren't Black folks - their White folks. 70% of all Hip Hop music sales are by Whites and has been for more than a decade."

    Uhh, the size of the white record buying public vs. the size of the black record buying public?

    I'm a jazz fan myself and recognize, that most of the innovators in Jazz have been black.

    However, it is absolutely ridiculous to suggest, that blacks created jazz out of thin air.

    While the blues foundations of jazz are widely recognized, jazz is much more sophisticated than blues and without instruments invented by whites and musci theory developed by whites etc.

    It's long been fashionable to recognize black influences in white music, but taboo to recognize white influences in black music.

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  10. Some interesting cuts you've chosen here. Since you like symphonic metal, let me share a fantastic track from a popular Thai band called, Zeal. I think you'd dig it just for the music, though it surely won't stir up your sense of Euro pride. If you close your eyes though, you can pretend that they're singing in some exotic European language. :D

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6-ns2tvwg8

    The song is called Curse, btw.

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