|1.||Awesome Riff #1|
In Dragonforce's Through The Fire And Flames:
If only it was longer... sigh
Awesome Riff #1 is tight as nutsack!
a song by led Zeppelin that was included on thier eponymous first album. It includes an amazing riff and guitar solo, and clocks at around 2 or 3 minutes.
Guy 1: I don't like Led Zeppelin.
Guy 2: I'm having a communication breakdown.
Normally refers to a guitar scale/melody, but can be applied to more than just guitar.
Usually one riff, followed by another in rapid succession.
Said riffs must be awesome. If they are lame and put together, you cannot achieve riffage simply because riffage sounds badass, both in context and literally.
A series of awesome riffs put together to achieve maximum badassery for a song.
Me: "Dude, check out this riffage."
Person: "Holy Shit dude, that's some serious riffage."
Me: "DUDE CHECK OUT THIS SWEET RIFFAGE!!!1!"
Person: "This isn't riffage, man. Riffage sounds awesome, this sounds like poo."
1. a short guitar lick
2. The most badass gang in "The Warriors"
1. Claptons riff in "sunshine of your love" is awesome!
A combination between the word Brutal and Epic. Used to describe something beyond awesome.
Also, in some cases it's used to describe an event that results in the changing of underwear.
Guitar-head 1: Big-guy, did you hear the riffs on that new track?!
Guitar-head 2: Yea man, that stuff was Brutalic!
|6.||funky ass flea bass|
1. The funky sound generated by advanced slapping techniques on a basss guitar. Made awesome by Flea, the Red Hot Chili Peppers bass guitarist.
2. Funky ass bass riff
1. Add a little lust to the funky ass flea bass.
2. Lay down some of that funky ass flea bass.
1. A hit song written by the band Soundgarden on their 1994 album, Superunknown. The song was, some say, the band's big break into becoming fully mainstream. It was originally intended to be used on the soundtrack for the Cameron Crowe movie "Singles". The song's inspiration is...
2. Artis The Spoonman, a street performer from California and later Seattle, who plays music using sets of spoons. He has played with various other big names in music, such as Frank Zappa, was featured in the video for Soundgarden's "Spoonman" and has been called "Seattle's best kept secret" by Steven Tyler
"Spoonman is such a fuckin' awesome song"
"Hell yeah, I love that riff!"
"I saw the Spoonman last night, it was a really interesting performance."