Since nobody comes to this place anyways, what better time to make a new thread? Share the great and the valuable fan recordings and unreleased songs from the great musicians who lived at some point in history.
To keep the FUN going, please refrain from posting links to material that is commercially available.
I'll start with the overall greatest recording of the Radio KAOS tour by Roger Waters: https://mega.co.nz/#!n5oHBQ5Q!eBkiGSxvlNNaSIqkqL4D2FjMmjBJ9sMEMKfO6uAjuvM
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Wrong person to answer that (I mostly watch older stuff), but currently watching Vikings. It's not super new, but the episodes I'm at were done within the last 5 years. The writing is a mish-mash of sagas, as well as creative liberty. What happens in the show and what the actors do on-screen is very realistic regarding actual human nature, with only mild romantization. The only flaws are an unnecessary blue tint on the camera and just a tad too much pointless drama (realistic, but I could use less).
Vikings is essentially Game of Thrones, with more realistic and down to earth.
>>47153 I did find it surprising because Mike hated the first ID4 precisely because it was dumb shlock, and Resurgence is even dumber and shlockier and somehow he loved it. I am not saying he sucks for it or anything like that, but it was supremely odd to hear him giving praise to the movie.
Phase Three is the end of an era in Marvel films, in and out of the MCU: the X-Men film franchise will lose the only Logan it’s ever known after Hugh Jackman films the next Wolverine, Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans will close out their runs as Iron Man and Captain America with Infinity War—Pt. II, and Infinity War itself will be the climax of a decade-long plan that turned Marvel films into box office juggernauts.
And it all begins with Captain America: Civil War. Here’s the last trailer for the film—complete with the reveal of the MCU’s friendly neighborhood Spider-Man: //youtube.com/watch?v=dKrVegVI0Us