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RampinUp46 10-10-2011 04:12 PM

Dream D.R.I. (Dirty Rotten Imbeciles) Setlist
 
I couldn't find a D.R.I. thread on here, so I'm posting one.

Yes, I know almost all of these are played live anyway, but in that case, consider this the order I'd like to see them played in.

Who Am I
Slumlord
Dead in a Ditch
Suit and Tie Guy
Snap
I'd Rather Be Sleeping
Couch Slouch
Beneath the Wheel
Argument Then War
How to Act
Soup Kitchen Blues
Thrashard
Problem Addict
I Don't Need Society
Reaganomics
Mad Man
Acid Rain
Nursing Home Blues
The Application
Equal People
Bail Out
Do the Dream
Modern World
I'm the Liar
Syringes in the Sandbox
Violent Pacification
Abduction
Five Year Plan

jd091 10-10-2011 09:25 PM

Why thank you for telling us what DRI stood for; I don't think we knew. ;)




Sick set, though!

christopher 10-10-2011 09:40 PM

[QUOTE=jd091;403805]Why thank you for telling us what DRI stood for; I don't think we knew. ;)[/QUOTE]

:lol: my exact thought earlier when I saw this thread

RampinUp46 10-11-2011 04:48 PM

[QUOTE=jd091;403805]Why thank you for telling us what DRI stood for; I don't think we knew. ;)




Sick set, though![/QUOTE]

Yeah, major fuck-up on my part.

It's become a habit for me to explain what a band's abbreviation is, since I have the D.R.I. logo on the back of my jacket and poseur kids ask me if it's some deathcore/metalcore symbol (...no really, I can [I]not[/I] make shit like that up) or something, and I wind up having to explain to a spoiled psuedo-metal brat who D.R.I. were and as a result, watch him/her whine about how he firmly believes that The Rev was the fastest/best drummer ever or how Black Fail Brides, Three Derps Grace, or some deathcore band are "legitimate heavy metal" as opposed to Deicide or Morbid Angel.

christopher 10-11-2011 08:08 PM

[QUOTE=RampinUp46;404026] I have the D.R.I. logo on the back of my jacket and poseur kids ask me if it's some deathcore/[B]metalcore[/B] symbol (...no really, I can [I]not[/I] make shit like that up).[/QUOTE]

Uhhh DRI is metalcore. Metalcore really started out as crossover thrash before it was ruined over time by what people now see metalcore as

jd091 10-11-2011 08:15 PM

[QUOTE=vegantopher;404100]Uhhh DRI is metalcore. Metalcore really started out as crossover thrash before it was ruined over time by what people now see metalcore as[/QUOTE]

Hmm. I guess by the technical definition of metalcore, yes, they would be. Along with every other crossover band known to man. But I think it's easier for all of us if we just consider them "crossover", and associate the vanilla term "metalcore" with the likes of Converge, Botch, Coalesce, early Norma Jean, etc.

christopher 10-11-2011 08:20 PM

[QUOTE=jd091;404103]Hmm. I guess by the technical definition of metalcore, yes, they would be. Along with every other crossover band known to man. But I think it's easier for all of us if we just consider them "crossover", and associate the vanilla term "metalcore" with the likes of Converge, Botch, Coalesce, early Norma Jean, etc.[/QUOTE]

I actually never thought of them as metalcore until The Colonel pointed it out on here at some point in the last year. Call it whatever you want, but it's still metalcore. Old hardcore sounds way different than a lot of the mainstream hardcore that is out today, but we still refer to it as hardcore. Just because the mainstream ruins it over time doesn't mean we shouldn't be ashamed to still refer to the founders by that name.

jd091 10-11-2011 08:46 PM

[QUOTE=vegantopher;404105]I actually never thought of them as metalcore until The Colonel pointed it out on here at some point in the last year. Call it whatever you want, but it's still metalcore. Old hardcore sounds way different than a lot of the mainstream hardcore that is out today, but we still refer to it as hardcore. Just because the mainstream ruins it over time doesn't mean we shouldn't be ashamed to still refer to the founders by that name.[/QUOTE]

Yeah, I always get confused with calling bands "hardcore". When you say "hardcore", I think of late 80's/90's shit like Integrity, Slapshot, Madball, Judge, Warzone, etc. When someone says "hardcore PUNK", I think of the oldies, '80-'84, y'know? Black Flag, Bad Brains, Minor Threat, MDC, etc.

Then there's "modern hardcore": Terror, Trapped Under Ice, Cruel Hand, Ceremony, etc. Which is fucking great! Then there's the "IKEACORE" stuff: Touche Amore, Have Heart, Defeater... which you either love or hate. And I didn't even mention "late 90's Victory Records-core", the New York Scene (which is pretty close to my definition of vanilla "hardcore"), crossover, Youth Crew, powerviolence, "ENTOMBEDCORE", whatever the fuck Converge is... shit is diverse!

But yeah. I guess what I'm getting at is when someone says "hardcore", it's pretty fucking unspecific.

elturtleboy 11-22-2011 06:56 PM

[QUOTE=jd091;404109]Yeah, I always get confused with calling bands "hardcore". When you say "hardcore", I think of late 80's/90's shit like Integrity, Slapshot, Madball, Judge, Warzone, etc. When someone says "hardcore PUNK", I think of the oldies, '80-'84, y'know? Black Flag, Bad Brains, Minor Threat, MDC, etc.

Then there's "modern hardcore": Terror, Trapped Under Ice, Cruel Hand, Ceremony, etc. Which is fucking great![/QUOTE]

All hardcore in my book,and iPod.

MetalIsArt 12-27-2011 03:59 AM

I've always seen DRI as crossover thrash.


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