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« Reply #50 on: 11 Mar 2006, 22:15 »

A Tribe Called Quest - Buggin Out
Wilderness - Death Verses
Modest Mouse - Dukes Up
Dressy Bessy - Big To Do
Nathan Larson - Little Fish End Credits
Love Outside Andromeda - Boxcutter Baby
Blowfly - Aries

Dang, that turned out pretty ok.
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« Reply #51 on: 11 Mar 2006, 23:53 »

Actually I prefer albums like Trollstormur. yesterday I listened to My Bloody Valentine - Isn't Anything all day.

1. Gloria Estefan - Mi Tierra(the ill-conceived spanish learning again, I haven't listened to it before, it is very...latin?)
2. Low - Untitled instrumental(the noise ambient part before In Metal on Things We Lost in the Fire)
3. At the Drive-In - Quarantined(I really should get something else than Relationship of Command)
4. Metric - Succexy(good indie pop, but it has a sort robot feel that annoys me slightly)
5. Tori Amos - Winter(Little Earthquakes is a really good album)
6. Björk - Aurora(I might as well admit it, I love Björk!)
7. Sufjan Stevens - Riffs and Variations On a Single Note For Jelly Roll...(I just sort of stopped listening to it, because it was so goddamn long)
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« Reply #52 on: 12 Mar 2006, 00:45 »

Dio - We Rock
Iron Maiden - Twilight Zone
Yngwie Malmsteen - I'll See the Light Tonight
Led Zeppelin - Going to California
Dream Theater - Under a Glass Moon
Pink Floyd - Another Brick in the Wall (Part III)
Alex Skolnick Trio - Highway Star
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« Reply #53 on: 12 Mar 2006, 01:41 »

1. Ben Folds Five - Champagne Super Nova (live cover of the Oasis song)
2. Mindless Drug Hoover - The Reefer Song (it's on a JJJ compilation =/)
3. Modest Mouse - 3 Inch Horses, Two Face Monsters
4. Chemical Brothers - The Golden Path
5. Flaming Lips - In The Morning Of The Magicians
6. The Offspring - Me and My Old Lady
7. Cowboy Bebop - Forever Broke (such a jooy soundtrack)
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« Reply #54 on: 12 Mar 2006, 01:51 »

1. ZZ Top - Gimme All Your Lovin'
2. John Coltrane - Blue Train
3. Metallica - Hero Of The Day
4. Patti Smith - Because The Night
5. Sade - Immigrant
6. Nas - One Love
7. Elton John - Daniel
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« Reply #55 on: 12 Mar 2006, 02:41 »

1. "He Lays in the Reins" - Iron & Wine ->In the Reins (feat. Calexico)
2. "Rockin The Suburbs" - Ben Folds
3. "Guilty Cubicles" - Broken Social Scene ->Feel Good Lost
4. "Staring at sound- With you II" - The Flaming Lips ->Hear it is   
5. "Handle with Care" - Jenny Lewis with the Watson Twins ->Rabbit Fur Coat
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« Reply #56 on: 12 Mar 2006, 02:55 »

Dead Inside the Chysalis- Hyper
Muse- Hysteria
Gob- Paint it Black
Zeromancer- Neo Geisha
Alex Prince- Cruising
Whitesnake- Track 15 (I need to update my info)
Kosheen- Hide U
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« Reply #57 on: 12 Mar 2006, 03:24 »

I think this is a good policy to take with your iTunes, loike, all the time, ye all.

1) Eels - "Jelly Dancers"
2) The Fiery Furnaces - "Birdie Brain" (am I the only one who wonders what Blueberry Boat would be like when dramatised as a musical?  Surely not!)
3) Toru Takemitsu - "Riverrun (for piano and orchestra)" (as played by the BBC National Orchestra.  The harmonies in this are otherworldly. :))
4) Herbie Hancock - "The Sorcerer"
5) Betty Harris & Lee Dorsey - "Love Lots of Lovin'"
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« Reply #58 on: 12 Mar 2006, 05:22 »

again! (with comments)

1. otep - "fillthee" (i never listened to that much, it's the only song of them i have. always reminds me of some kind of a death metal-version of the guano apes.)
2. heaven shall burn - "the weapon they fear" (i don't listen to that stuff, i just downloaded it out of interest.)
3. bongzilla - "sacred smoke" (hell yes! again, a band of which i only have one song, i got this from stonerrock.com, but bongzilla rock. and this song's got a nice riff)
4. coldplay - "yellow" (ummmmmmmm... yes. got this from a friend.)
5. madball - "united blood" (again, i only have 2 songs by this band. i don't really like them.)
6. johnny cash - "i hung my head" (well that's a nice song there. i like me some johnny cash)
7. radiohead - "scatterbrain. (as dead as leaves.)" (actually, that's the first time i'm listening to that song. pretty good so far)
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« Reply #59 on: 12 Mar 2006, 07:58 »

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I don't listen to playlists, I listen to albums, so you'd get 7 random songs off an album or an album's 7 songs randomly...


yeah right now only about 3/5 of my music is on my mp3 player...so i listen to a lot of albums on repeat on my stereo in my bedroom...

and my mp3 is permanently on shuffle because the screen died...and it died while it was on shuffle, thank god...or else i'dbe listening to everything alphabetically:/

so i kina have to live with being surprised every time i listen to music...ah well.
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« Reply #60 on: 12 Mar 2006, 08:47 »

Bathory - Raise the Dead (Why does every old school BM band have a song with this exact same theme?)
Arch Enemy - Fields of Desolation (\m/)
Inkubus Sukkubus - Wytches (The good version too. I love this song!)
The Anti-Nowhere League - Useless Bastards (Best punk band ever? Yes.)
Death in June - Leperlord [Live] (DIJ generally have a strangely higher quality of live recording than practically every other neo-folk band.)
Black Queen - Inn I Slottet Fra Droemmen (Burzum cover. Pretty bitchin')
Orkrist - Dreams of Life Beyond My Shire Beloved (One of my favourite melodic metal bands. Terribly under-rated.)
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« Reply #61 on: 12 Mar 2006, 09:13 »

i think every metal band has a song about reviving the dead. that, or zombies.
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« Reply #62 on: 12 Mar 2006, 09:55 »

Let's do this again:

Boards Of Canada - An Eagle In Your Mind
Mogwai - Close Encounters
Ted Leo & Pharmacists - Stove By A Whale
Gitaroo Man  - Legendary Theme [Acoustic] (Hahahaha)
Brendan Benson - Alternative To Love
Super Furry Animals - Northern Lites
Rolling Stones - Paint It Black
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« Reply #63 on: 12 Mar 2006, 09:56 »

mmm i loove ted leo.
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« Reply #64 on: 12 Mar 2006, 09:58 »

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i think every metal band has a song about reviving the dead. that, or zombies.



And, if they're Black metal, a song specifically about how eeevil and necro and krieg they are.
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but the music sucks because the keyboards don't have the cold/mechanical sound they had but a wannabe techno sound that it's pathetic for Rammstein standars.

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« Reply #65 on: 12 Mar 2006, 10:03 »

indubitably.

then there's system of a down...who sing about...i dunno...deer and tapeworms. bad lyrics. that's the gist of it...but i like 'em.
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« Reply #66 on: 12 Mar 2006, 10:28 »

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i think every metal band has a song about reviving the dead. that, or zombies.


Ah, of course, but they're specifically about the singers being dead and then RISING FROM THE GRAVE AND KILLING IN THE NAME OF SATAN.

rawr.
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« Reply #67 on: 12 Mar 2006, 11:13 »

Islands - Don't call me Whitney, Bobby
Mogwai - Radar maker
Serena Maneesh - Candlelighted
The Smiths - Shakespeare's sister
Pavement - Bad version of war
Architecture in Helsinki - Fumble
The Residents - Viva Las Vegas

that was pretty fun
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« Reply #68 on: 12 Mar 2006, 11:13 »

and then there's the whole stuck-in-dungeon-and-dragons thing when they sing about wizards and elves and mystic realms.

not that i don't enjoy songs about mystic realms...
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« Reply #69 on: 12 Mar 2006, 11:54 »

My friend saw Blind Guardian, and one of the audience members yells out, between songs "Play something about hobbits!"  Needless to say, the didn't play something about hobbits.  That's just silly.


Yeah, they played something about elves.

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Awesome song.  My band tried to do a cover of it with a classically-trained female vocalist.  Our styles just didn't mesh, plus the key was slightly too high for her.  It was disappointing, because we even had a superfluous unison run between guitars and bass!  That's prog to the core!
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« Reply #70 on: 12 Mar 2006, 11:55 »

mmmm elves. and forest druids.
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« Reply #71 on: 12 Mar 2006, 11:58 »

1. Tom Waits - Murder In The Red Barn
2. GWAR - Slap U Around (god I love this song so much)
3. Spoon - My Mathematical Mind
4. Green Jelly - Cereal Killer (what is with shuffle and joke-metal?)
5. Brain Failure - Hangout Tonight (I love how these guys really cannot speak English at all)
6. EELS - Jehovah's Witness
7. Tin Hat Trio - Things That Might Have Been

Man that was a pretty fucking good seven songs in a row.
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« Reply #72 on: 12 Mar 2006, 12:01 »

- D'yer Mak'er - Led Zeppelin (best singalong song ever)
- Do You Hear The People Sing? - Les Misérables
- Staralfur - Sigur Ros (this song makes me cry sometimes, 'cause it was the first song I heard when I told The Girl how I felt about her the day before I had to move to the OTHER SIDE OF THE PLANET, and the relationship died horribly and now I never hear from her, so it's just a little reminder of how unfair life can be)
- Bellbottom Blues - Derek and the Dominoes (Eric Clapton rules)
- Me Wise Magic - Van Halen (I skip through this song, it's not their best)
- Save Me - Queen (Freddy Mercury and Brian May ftw!)
- Hearts of Olden Glory - Runrig (Donnie Munroe has an amazing voice, you cannot deny it)
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« Reply #73 on: 12 Mar 2006, 12:06 »

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mmmm elves. and forest druids.


I must direct you to the rules of power metal and, of course, its sequel.
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« Reply #74 on: 12 Mar 2006, 12:24 »

Lives - Modest Mouse
Rock you like a hurricane - The Scorpions
Trying your luck - The Strokes
Auf Achse - Franz Ferdinand
It'5 - Architecture In Helsinki
Your Algebra - The Shins
Hotel - Broken Social Scene
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« Reply #75 on: 12 Mar 2006, 13:13 »

aw man, i really love franz ferdinand...alex kapranos is hella sexxxy too.

and queeeeen i love thou.

be epic...tight pants.
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« Reply #76 on: 12 Mar 2006, 13:17 »

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Rock you like a hurricane - The Scorpions


Go German glam rock!

edit:  Hey citylights, you can make your signature an actual link by typing "http://" followed by "" afterwards, without the quotes.
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« Reply #77 on: 12 Mar 2006, 13:19 »

i really love german rock. even if they're saying "i love you" it sounds horrifically angry.
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« Reply #78 on: 12 Mar 2006, 13:21 »

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Rock you like a hurricane - The Scorpions


Go German glam rock!



I'm sorry but "Winds of Change" is one of te wussiest songs ever.
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« Reply #79 on: 12 Mar 2006, 13:21 »

Remember that time when I wanted to come up with an awesome reply, but couldn't?  That was a great time.
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« Reply #80 on: 12 Mar 2006, 13:25 »

remember that time when the topic died? that was a good time too.
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« Reply #81 on: 12 Mar 2006, 13:33 »

Or not!  Time for more complete randomness and embarassment at what I have on my computer!  Then it's off to a rehearsal.  I'll leave you all to discuss how hilariously poor this music is.

1.  Leonard Bernstein - Mass, Theatre Piece for Singers, Players and Dancers (not the whole thing, just a movement, and the title is too long to be stored in the tag, but this is a great piece, with a number of really cheesy, cheesy parts that one must just ignore)
2.  The B-52's - Mesopotamia (wait, I have B-52's on my computer!  Score!)
3.  Rhapsody - Deadly Omen (the epitome of power metal cheese!)
4.  Red Hot Chili Peppers - Falling Into Grace (eh, all Chili Peppers tunes sound pretty much the same)
5.  Charles Mingus/Duke Ellington/Max Roach - Wig Wise (goddamn, Money Jungle is one amazing album.  I need to listen to it more)
6.  Stravinsky - Le Sacre Du Primtemps (I'm not sure which movement, but I think it's somewhere in the first half, towards the end.  This is probably one of my favorite pieces of music EVAR!  w00t!)
7.  Racer X - Snakebite (oh man, excellent 90's continuation of glam, but with some amazing skill and awesomeness)

I'd say this is a pretty good list, and actually a reasonable representation of what I listen to.  Go me!  Anyways, talk amongst yourselves.
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« Reply #82 on: 12 Mar 2006, 13:34 »

man, i love the b-52s. it freaked me out once when i played the b52s mixed with the libertines and they cooperated quite well.
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« Reply #83 on: 12 Mar 2006, 13:43 »

Belle and Sebastian - A Century of Elvis
Broken Social Scene - Pacific Theme
Le Tigre - My Art
Blonde Redhead - Melody
Los Abandoned - Electricidad
GodSpeed You Black Emperor!  - Storm
Ry Cooder - Paris, Texas
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« Reply #84 on: 12 Mar 2006, 13:48 »

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I must direct you to the rules of power metal and, of course, its sequel.


You're having a lot of fun with that site aren't you?

But, I must refer you to rules 42 and 43 in the second list.
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« Reply #85 on: 12 Mar 2006, 13:53 »

1. Alice In Chains - Rooster
2. Beck - Fuckin' With My Head
3. Pavement - Cut Your Hair
4. Mogwai - Like Herrod
5. Temple Of The Dog - Hunger Strike
6. Modest Mouse - The Stars are Projectors
7. Deerhoof - Spirit Ditties Of No Tone

Well, that is kindof a weird combination. Randomly, it started out with a song I've had in my head for days now.
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« Reply #86 on: 12 Mar 2006, 14:42 »

1. Lifehouse - Hanging By A Moment
2. Georges Brassens - Mireille
3. Look What I Did - Minuteman For The Moment
4. Anti-Flag - Die For Your Government
5. Pixies - Brick Is Red
6. NUFAN - 51 Days
7. Guttermouth - Malted Vomit


Lifehouse... oh boy.
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« Reply #87 on: 12 Mar 2006, 15:11 »

Holy Fuck-Tone Bank Jungle
Architecture in Helsinki-Frenchy, I'm Faking
Of Montreal-Pancakes for One
Finch-Letters To You
Our Lady Peace-4 am
Architecture in Helsinki-Maybe You Can Owe Me (but I skipped it; I heard it yesterday, and wasn't in the mood)
Simon & Garfunkle-Mrs. Robinson
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« Reply #88 on: 12 Mar 2006, 15:22 »

Brian Eno - On Some Far Away Beach
McLusky - Clique Application Form
Sufjan Stevens - Cashmir Pulaski Day
Bjork - Army Of Me
Sufjan Stevens - Year Of The Tiger
Led Zeppelin - Tea For One
Magnetic Fields - When My Boy Walks Down The Street

Decent sampling, could have done much worse.

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« Reply #89 on: 12 Mar 2006, 16:39 »

Crescendolls-Daft Punk
Buddy Holly-Weezer
Expo '86-Death Cab for Cutie
Au Départ-Yelo Molo
Ewig Währt Am Längsten(Dub)-Die Toten Hosen
Neville's Waltz-Goblet of Fire soundtrack
Under the Gun-The Killers

Besides The Killers I'd say that's pretty good.
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« Reply #90 on: 12 Mar 2006, 17:18 »

Jumper   4:32   Third Eye Blind         
Truth Of My Youth   3:03   A New Found Glory   
Zero Tolerance   3:01   Wreckless Process   
Nice To Know You   4:43   Incubus         
Degenerate   2:28   Blink-182   
Track 06   1:32   Caseyxxxjones      
Drive   3:52   Incubus      

Hey nothing I'm ashamed of

and it is possible to have stuff on there you don’t know is on your ipod because I have a lot of comp cds and I just put all my cds on my itunes then just added them and later found "oh hey I have (band name) crazy" and it never gets listened to

It doesn’t happen often and it’s not always bad

I've found fallout boy and I was like oh hmm didn’t know I had that but I wouldn’t be ashamed of it

And I found zao and was like "awesome"
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« Reply #91 on: 12 Mar 2006, 17:36 »

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You're having a lot of fun with that site aren't you?

But, I must refer you to rules 42 and 43 in the second list.


Oh, it's one of my favorite things on the internet.  Especially the power metal ones, because I pretty much get all the jokes.  I don't even get the ones on prog metal, and I've actually played prog metal (I only kind of played power metal, and it was deffinitely mixed with prog).

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1. Alice In Chains - Rooster


My favorite AIC tune, and I love me some AIC.  A close second is "Born Again."
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« Reply #92 on: 12 Mar 2006, 18:27 »

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Jumper   4:32   Third Eye Blind         
Truth Of My Youth   3:03   A New Found Glory   
Zero Tolerance   3:01   Wreckless Process   
Nice To Know You   4:43   Incubus         
Degenerate   2:28   Blink-182   
Track 06   1:32   Caseyxxxjones      
Drive   3:52   Incubus   


I've gotta say I adore "Jumper." In fact, just about anything by them is awesome.
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« Reply #93 on: 12 Mar 2006, 18:39 »

the weakerthans-left and leaving
be your own pet-we will vacation...
natasha bedingfield-unwritten(listen to it and not have it stuck in your head. I dare you.)
scarling-city noise
the strokes-last night

I'm done.
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« Reply #94 on: 12 Mar 2006, 20:20 »

01. Polysics- "Poly-Farm" (this band is crazy go nuts.)
02. Toots & the Maytals- "It's You" (pure Jamaica ska.  some of the best stuff ever.)
03. Nu-Tra- "Superhuman" (yes, their name is a Devo reference.)
04. The (English) Beat- "Twist and Crawl" (i love ska.)
05. the pillows- "Happy Bivouac" (this song has a great main guitar riff)
06. Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra- "Jon Lord (Live Dub)" (best ska band ever.  i mean it.)
07. The Pietasters- "Dollar Bill" (most of this has been ska.  weird.)
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« Reply #95 on: 12 Mar 2006, 21:37 »

1. Kanye West - Hey Mama
2. The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
3. Modest Mouse - The View
4. The Album Leaf - On Your Way
5. Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - The Skin of My Yellow Country Teeth
6. Radiohead - Treefingers
7. Franz Ferdinand - Outsiders
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Mr Putter

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« Reply #96 on: 12 Mar 2006, 22:28 »

1. The Fall - Just Step S-ways
2. Public Enemy - Brothers Gonna Work It Out
3. ...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead - Heart in the Hand of the Matter
4. Sonic Youth - Disappearer
5. Soulwax - NY Lipps
6. Tegan and Sara - Speak Slow
7. Vitalic - My Friend Dario

EDIT: Artist then song title
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Zaarin

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« Reply #97 on: 12 Mar 2006, 23:29 »

Let's do this again.

Love - "Old Man" (I've listened to it practically nonstop for two years, and Forever Changes still blows me away.)

Queen - "Flash" (usually I don't like Queen too much, but..."Flash! Whoooah! Saviour of the universe!")

John Williams and Itzhak Perlman - "I Could Have Done More" (from Schindler's List. This makes me want to hang myself.)

John Williams - "Escape from Venice" (Two Williams pieces in a row, what are the chances? This is from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, without a doubt the best film in the series. Remember the part with the crazy fez dudes and the boat chase?)

Nick Drake - "One of These Things First" (I really got into Nick Drake about a year or two ago. I've sort of gone off him, at least for the time being.)

The Bonniwell Music Machine - "Astrologically Incomplete" (Some psychedelic song from about 1967. A bit generic.)

Aphex Twin - "Alberto Balsalm" (Got quite a nice beat; this is my first listen to the song.)

The Who - "Love, Reign O'er Me" (Damn, this was used to great effect in the Quadrophenia film, which hasn't been released in region 4. One of the greatest films of all time. Come on, distribution companies, get your fucking acts together before I instigate some sort of hostage situation.)
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Dyess

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« Reply #98 on: 13 Mar 2006, 02:10 »

1. Shiny Toy Guns- You are the one
2. Mogwai- kids will be skeletons
3. L'arc En Ciel- Dive to blue (great japanese band freekin love these guys)
4. Queensryche- I will remember
5. The Queers- Punk rock girls
6. Velvet Underground- Sunday Morning
7. Guano Apes- Break the line
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« Reply #99 on: 13 Mar 2006, 07:01 »

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1. Alice In Chains - Rooster


My favorite AIC tune, and I love me some AIC.  A close second is "Born Again."


I can't decide between Rooster and Over Now. There's just something really, really catchy about Over Now.
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