02:05 - Zaphod Not saying I'm having a lot of these in-depth discussion, but other people do, and I love reading those. I find it too difficult to write about music. It's like dancing about math or however the saying goes.
02:04 - !J.O.O.E.! We Sunn O))) fans only communicate via low frequency humming.
02:03 - no one JOOEs so cool he's never even heard of it being said like that
02:02 - Zaphod No one, true, but I enjoy seeing a pointless discussion about a pointless piece of music more than a pointless comment about which album someone just listened to.
This band's profile is 'invisible', meaning that it's much less prominent on the site - either because it's incomplete, or maybe doesn't entirely fit MS format.
A sample of a speech of famed Spanish naturalist and broadcaster Félix Rodriguez de la Fuente is featured in the intro of the song "The Last Of European Wolves". Félix Rodriguez de la Fuente died in Alaska in 1980. His knowledge covered areas such as falconry and ethology, emphasizing the study and living with wolves.
The Hordak band name is taken from Hordak, the villain in the Masters of the Universe toy line. For the band members it symbolises a link between their childhood and their present ideals.