130 definitions by GaaraoftheDamned

Cool 1983 song from New Order. Gained giant popularity in the late 90's when the band Orgy covered it for their album Candyass.
Blue Monday is an amazing song.
by Gaaraofthedamned December 21, 2011
Killer song by White Zombie done for the soundtrack to the Beavis and Butthead movie. The song is known for it's African/Industrial combo drum beat. Sadly this is the last song they made and released before they split in 1998.
I got grounded for breaking everything in the room rocking out to Ratfinks, Suicide Tanks, and Cannibal Girls by White Zombie
by Gaaraofthedamned January 19, 2011
Born 1958, a musician known best perhaps for forming the legendary Chicago Industrial Metal act Ministry, as well as writing most (if not all) of the music and being the only consistant member throughout the band's 27-year history. Jourgensen is also in charge of other bands such as 1000 Homo DJs, Revolting Cocks (often shortened as "RevCo") and Lard with former Dead Kennedys frontman Jello Biafra.

Jourgensen is a noted hater of the Bush family, his favorite targets being former presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush, with several of Ministry's songs being critical of the way they've run the country.
I really hope Al Jourgensen organizes a Ministry reunion tour in the future.
by Gaaraofthedamned January 19, 2011
Awesome 2005 documentary directed by metalhead Sam Dunn, an anthropoligist from British Columbia. The film studies many topics relating to Heavy Metal, including:

-Who the very first Heavy Metal band is (widely believed to be Black Sabbath, as suggested in the film) as well as the roots of metal
-The backgrounds of Heavy Metal musicians and their fans
-Gender and sexuality roles in Metal
-Why a lot of bands have faced problems with censorship due to their lyrical content, album art, and live shows
-Satanic and/or anti-christian beliefs followed by a handful of Norweigian Black Metal bands, as well as other views on religion, satanism, and other controversial topics when associated with metal.

People interviewed include (but are NOT limited to) Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath, Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden, Alice Cooper, Lemmy of Motorhead, James "Munky" Shaffer" of Korn, Ronnie James Dio, Corey Taylor and Joey Jordinson of Slipknot, Kerry King and Tom Araya of Slayer, Gaahl of Gorgoroth, Alex Webster and George "Corpsegrinder" Fisher of Cannibal Corpse, and many other metal musicians and producers, as well as multiple fans, socioligists, and even one minister.

The film is a largely independent film with limited theatrical release, so very few are totally familiar with it. A sequal entitled "Global Metal" was released in 2008, which is probably just as good but even less known.
Brad thinks Nickelback is Metal, so I'm going to show him "Metal: A Headbanger's Journey" to teach him what real metal is about.
by Gaaraofthedamned January 02, 2011
Chicago's American League and south side MLB team (as opposed to the Cubs, who play on the North Side). Often regarded as the "second team of the second city" in spite of:

*More world series titles (three to the Cubs' two) as well as the advantage of actually having won a title in the last 100 (or rather 105) years.

*A statistically better record over the last 25 years (i.e. more winning seasons than losing)

*A newer, nicer stadium that helps provide a happy, fun, comfortable ballgame experience (Wrigley may have more history and outer beauty, but it's a different story inside the ballpark)

*Fans who, though not above taunting and harassing, will actually respect players and fans of the opposing team (unlike Cubs fans, who enjoy turning aggressive on innocent fans and players when things don't go their way)
When the White Sox lose, they admit it was the result of bad playing by their team or much better playing by the other, and look to build a better team from that point regardless.

When the Cubs lose, they blame some ridiculous "curse" or even one of their own fans and let yet another defeat become more and more part of the team's history and daily life
by GaaraoftheDamned January 20, 2014
One of the darkest, most sadistic, and best anime series' around. The story takes place from 1990-2055. The series is about Rin, who looks as though she's in her twenties or early thirties, but is actually immortal. For the first few episodes she runs a detective agency in Shinjuku with her friend Mimi, who is also immortal. While solving mysteries about deaths surrounding them and their friends, Rin and Mimi try to solve the mystery of whose been causing Rin suffering in her eternal life and trying to find a way to kill her once and for all.

The series is comprised of six 45-minute long episodes, each of them taking place in a different year. This is a great series that focuses on relationships, revenge, and the value of life
Rin-Daughters of Mnemosyne is one of the most underrated shows of all time. I seriously wish they would've made more episodes.
by Gaaraofthedamned July 06, 2011
A document distributed by Clear Channel communications to their radio stations following the 9/11 attacks, giving a list of songs that should not be played due to "questionable lyrics". Songs included were "Bodies" by Drowning Pool, "The End" by The Doors, "Rooster" by Alice in Chains, and the entire catalouge of songs by Rage Against the Machine. The list was really more a way for Clear Channel to continue pirating the airwaves by using a horrible tragedy as an excuse to not play songs they don't like. Unsuprisingly Clear Channel denied such a memo existed.
Listener: Yea I'd like to request "Brain Stew" by Green Day.

Radio DJ: Sorry but due to the Clear Channel Memorandum which doesn't exist we can't play that one. How about some nice, clean disco?

Listener: Goodbye forever (hangs up and goes to record stores and the internet for new music from now on)
by Gaaraofthedamned December 29, 2010

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