01:34 - Redn1ght [link] people on comments "I do not understand what a map is..." WTF? Are these people from times before maps?
00:34 - Clint W. Not sure about the train scene from Joe Kidd. Unforgiven might be my favorite Eastwood western. The other Sergio Leone non-Eastwood westerns are great too.
00:18 - Erik M. I forgot about Bronco Billy, which I haven't seen. Paint Your Wagon is not really a western from the looks of it, so that one doesn't count. :P (okay, it seems I ended up talking to myself again)
00:13 - Erik M. Zaphod, I'm sure I already spammed it before but here's my Western list (IMDb): [link] All "real" Eastwood Westerns, as you can see.
00:11 - Erik M. Clint W, isn't the train scene in Joe Kidd similar... or a rip-off, of the train scene in How the West Was Won? I've only seen Joe Kidd, so I don't know yet.
00:08 - Erik M. Clint W., all the movies I just mentioned I haven't yet seen (seen nearly 40 westerns in total for the record), so I'm looking forward to them a lot. Yeah, I've heard about that train scene, which apparently is classic as well.
00:07 - Zaphod Haven't seen anything of him after Gran Torino, but that movie was indeed excellent.
I have to ask, because well, they both are female doom duo's.
Not in the slightest. MoT are uptempo and caustic, Undersmile are slower and heavier (the guitar tone itself must weigh as much as the moon). Vocally it's primarily overlapping twin-female cleans, but of the very weird, off-kilter, psychedelic chanting type, much like Bloody Panda.
Argh, still can't get over how much I should love this, how much I want to love this, how much I actually love this when I put it on, and how I'm pummeled to the ground exhausted by the time I'm at track 4. Way too long for its own good, which is a pity. I love it but I find myself spontaneously listening to it very rarely since it's such an investment, both of my time and my energy.