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#54 - Reusing samples would have been highly illegal, and he never w…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/19/2014 on We da' foo Fightas boy! -1
User avatar #72 - lanfearandthecup (51 minutes ago) [-]
i never claimed he reused samples, you can steal idea, and change them all you want, you just have to change them to a certain point, i agree smells like teen spirit played a role in the growing popularity of the band but, they still had success with bleach, and as a matter of fact, most of the best songs they had came from bleach, long before gruhl was there.
#51 - You can check the wikipedia pages on the albums. Also I'm …  [+] (3 new replies) 09/19/2014 on We da' foo Fightas boy! -1
User avatar #53 - lanfearandthecup (09/19/2014) [-]
well you bring up a good point, but sadly against yourself. if he only did that for one album is it not possible that there was left over material from nirvana and he took some concepts from them? i certainly don't here him making music like that now im not some super-fan for nirvana, i like them in moderation, but i don't like Dave Gruhl, and i dislike people acting like he was some huge contribution to nirvana, when simply. he wasn't.
User avatar #54 - sodaberg (09/19/2014) [-]
Reusing samples would have been highly illegal, and he never would have gotten away with it because of the fallout between Grohl and Courtney Love after Cobain committed suicide.
I like nirvana a lot more than foo fighters, but foo fighters have always made catchier music. Nirvana would have never been successful without smells like teen spirit, lets be honest, and that song bears a lot of similarity with Grohl's best non-nirvana work
User avatar #72 - lanfearandthecup (51 minutes ago) [-]
i never claimed he reused samples, you can steal idea, and change them all you want, you just have to change them to a certain point, i agree smells like teen spirit played a role in the growing popularity of the band but, they still had success with bleach, and as a matter of fact, most of the best songs they had came from bleach, long before gruhl was there.
#47 - Yes, every songwriter is credited on every song on every album…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/19/2014 on We da' foo Fightas boy! -2
User avatar #49 - lanfearandthecup (09/19/2014) [-]
mind grabbing some pics? im feeling lazy, and its not uncommon for bands to put the whole bands name on songs even if a specific member never had any imput
User avatar #51 - sodaberg (09/19/2014) [-]
You can check the wikipedia pages on the albums.
Also I'm also basing my theory on the first foo fighters album that was released, which was made entirely by Grohl (he played every instrument) and its similarity to nirvana's best songs on nevermind and in utero
User avatar #53 - lanfearandthecup (09/19/2014) [-]
well you bring up a good point, but sadly against yourself. if he only did that for one album is it not possible that there was left over material from nirvana and he took some concepts from them? i certainly don't here him making music like that now im not some super-fan for nirvana, i like them in moderation, but i don't like Dave Gruhl, and i dislike people acting like he was some huge contribution to nirvana, when simply. he wasn't.
User avatar #54 - sodaberg (09/19/2014) [-]
Reusing samples would have been highly illegal, and he never would have gotten away with it because of the fallout between Grohl and Courtney Love after Cobain committed suicide.
I like nirvana a lot more than foo fighters, but foo fighters have always made catchier music. Nirvana would have never been successful without smells like teen spirit, lets be honest, and that song bears a lot of similarity with Grohl's best non-nirvana work
User avatar #72 - lanfearandthecup (51 minutes ago) [-]
i never claimed he reused samples, you can steal idea, and change them all you want, you just have to change them to a certain point, i agree smells like teen spirit played a role in the growing popularity of the band but, they still had success with bleach, and as a matter of fact, most of the best songs they had came from bleach, long before gruhl was there.
#45 - It's pretty ******* boring  [+] (1 new reply) 09/19/2014 on We da' foo Fightas boy! -2
#58 - CIS White Male (09/19/2014) [-]
whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat?
#44 - Grohl was the best songwriter in Nirvana. Compare Bleach (no G…  [+] (8 new replies) 09/19/2014 on We da' foo Fightas boy! -2
#71 - khatru (09/20/2014) [-]
The only song Dave ever wrote for Nirvana was Marigold, which was a b-side to Heart Shaped Box.

The only Nirvana songs credited to the band are Smells Like Teen Spirit and Scentless Apprentice - every other song is Kurt only.
User avatar #46 - lanfearandthecup (09/19/2014) [-]
oh great.. one of these... and do you have proof that he wrote any significant number of songs for nirvana?
User avatar #47 - sodaberg (09/19/2014) [-]
Yes, every songwriter is credited on every song on every album in the world...
User avatar #49 - lanfearandthecup (09/19/2014) [-]
mind grabbing some pics? im feeling lazy, and its not uncommon for bands to put the whole bands name on songs even if a specific member never had any imput
User avatar #51 - sodaberg (09/19/2014) [-]
You can check the wikipedia pages on the albums.
Also I'm also basing my theory on the first foo fighters album that was released, which was made entirely by Grohl (he played every instrument) and its similarity to nirvana's best songs on nevermind and in utero
User avatar #53 - lanfearandthecup (09/19/2014) [-]
well you bring up a good point, but sadly against yourself. if he only did that for one album is it not possible that there was left over material from nirvana and he took some concepts from them? i certainly don't here him making music like that now im not some super-fan for nirvana, i like them in moderation, but i don't like Dave Gruhl, and i dislike people acting like he was some huge contribution to nirvana, when simply. he wasn't.
User avatar #54 - sodaberg (09/19/2014) [-]
Reusing samples would have been highly illegal, and he never would have gotten away with it because of the fallout between Grohl and Courtney Love after Cobain committed suicide.
I like nirvana a lot more than foo fighters, but foo fighters have always made catchier music. Nirvana would have never been successful without smells like teen spirit, lets be honest, and that song bears a lot of similarity with Grohl's best non-nirvana work
User avatar #72 - lanfearandthecup (51 minutes ago) [-]
i never claimed he reused samples, you can steal idea, and change them all you want, you just have to change them to a certain point, i agree smells like teen spirit played a role in the growing popularity of the band but, they still had success with bleach, and as a matter of fact, most of the best songs they had came from bleach, long before gruhl was there.
#70 - Oh man, you called me a cracker. Ruined mah day. 09/19/2014 on it's not fair +2
#350 - Science is based on evidence, religion is not, they are differ… 09/18/2014 on Absorbed 0
#28 - #5 alchohol reacts with oxygen 09/18/2014 on 10 Neat Chemistry GIFs 0
#105 - okay, how so?  [+] (3 new replies) 09/18/2014 on Absorbed 0
#152 - CIS White Male (09/18/2014) [-]
I attempt to answer this as an atheist.

One of my best friends is both a Christian and a scientist, and is often asked this question - "How can you be religious and a scientist?". Personally, I can completely believe that a man named Jesus existed and spread messages of peace etc. wherever he went. Can I believe he was capable of curing leprosy etc. with a touch? As a scientist, of course not!

Many people would simply say I lack faith, but I believe that without evidence I should not be *expected* to blindly believe anything.
However, it's important to recognise that this is *not* "being a good scientist". A scientist, far more importantly, should be able to change their beliefs to adapt to new evidence. The problem is that in religion faith is far more important than evidence!

If solid evidence that all religion was wrong appeared then I would expect religious scientists to discard (or at least adapt) their beliefs. That doesn't mean they're wrong to hold those beliefs.
User avatar #350 - sodaberg (09/18/2014) [-]
Science is based on evidence, religion is not, they are different things
User avatar #171 - testaburger (09/18/2014) [-]
"That doesn't mean they're wrong to hold those beliefs."
Yes it does.
#68 - that was ******* brutal 09/18/2014 on Racing the tube 0
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