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Breydel
Clubman
posted 05-16-99 12:50 PM ET (US)         
I deleted my original writings because I don't like non-strategy threads here, they should be in VVV.

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Elijeh
Clubman
posted 05-16-99 01:39 PM ET (US)     1 / 67       
Yeah right on Breydel!
Shania Twain looks hella-good
"that don't impress me much" is a hella-cool song.
Cartmen hella-sucks!

Sorry...4 hours of southpark shock on me...

I listen to laid back music:
Red Hot Chilli peppers- Under the bridge

Whats not to love about this song? its mellow...

Pink Floyd- Dark side of the moon

even mellower

But yeah..Marlyin Mansion sucks

Jehu
Inactive
posted 05-16-99 03:07 PM ET (US)     2 / 67       
Hi Breydel

I have been listening to more classical music lately. I like gentle classics particularly what I would describe as flowing instrumentals producing a calm reflective mood. Barber's Adagio for Strings is a popular one.

Classical music is hard for me to shop for. There needs to be a conversion chart that says, "If you like Barber's Adagio for Strings you will also like A, B, & C." Or "If you like Tchaikovsky's Symphony no. 5 you'll like the following: XXXXX"

I also like James Taylor, Croche, some Foggelberg (sp?), and occasionally the Carpenters, and John Denver's early stuff before he thought he was "hip" , and other such music.

I also listen to background music like liturgical corals, environment sounds backed by COMPLIMENTARY music---not something that over-powers it, and Garrison Keillor's "A Prairie Home Companion" series.....a throw-back live radio variety show, heavy on story telling and folk music.

I used to listen to rock music circa mid 60's through very early 80's, but lost interest after that. Country music is ok sometimes, but the average country song and artist is to predictable for me, rock is too for that matter. Some artists in both country and rock will step out beyond the mundane.

APC_Ruvim
Inactive
posted 05-16-99 05:31 PM ET (US)     3 / 67       
I listen to Enya and only Enya. Some songs of hers that I like are Orinoco Flow, Caribean Blue, Anywhere Is, Only If, and a bunch more.

APC_Ruvim

super Fool
Inactive
posted 05-16-99 07:40 PM ET (US)     4 / 67       
"Under the bridge" by the Chili Peppers,
"My Favorite Game" by The Cardigans,
Anything at all by The Tea Party,
The Tragicly Hip,
Fat Boy Slim,
Bear Jr,
and a little bit of Limp Bizkit and Korn....


just my $.02

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DaRqKurt
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posted 05-16-99 07:49 PM ET (US)     5 / 67       
Mostly local bands for me. I believe its 10 times more fun to watch a band at your local bar/nightclub (many are 18+). So most of my musical tastes are influenced by bands around Grand Rapids, Michigan, or those who stop in. I've met quite as few, as they watch other bands play.

Fat Amy (from lansing, my favorite).

The Verve Pipe (also lansing)

Papa Vegas (grand rapids, on RCA records with a national single and I've talked to people who have seen the CD in places such as Target in San Jose).

19 Wheels - (lansing) originally country western, now "midwest rock." or Aware Rock. (aware records is from chicago, a compilation that discovers and promotes bands, many make it national (TVP, better than ezra, matchbox 20, hootie, papa vegas, many more).

Kid Rock - Detroit, gotta love him!

And another local, Jewel. She went to school and played in coffee shops near Interlochen MI.

other national acts:

better than ezra, harvey danger.
Far, Incubus I have seen live in the same night. (metal).

and I like electronic. Propellerheads, Chemical Brothers, and as many compilation CDs as I get my hands on get regular "spin" in my car.

I listen to jazz too, Herbie Hancock taking top honors.

I must say, I love music. I love seeing live music as often as I can. I'll listen to anything, even Motown. Just not boy bands or country/western.

as for Garrison Keillor, I am a northern Scandinavian Lutheran. His humor is too damn much! I love it! I've seen him twice do his show from Interlochen MI. His music, however, not my style.
Kurt

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MiC_Slayer
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posted 05-16-99 07:50 PM ET (US)     6 / 67       
ANYTHING by koRn limp biskit rammstein or even maybe just a little of NIRVANA

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eug1
Inactive
posted 05-16-99 08:30 PM ET (US)     7 / 67       
let's see...
Korn, Bush (early stuff), Limp Bizkit, White Zombie, Rob Zombie, Busta Rhymes, Metallica, Deftones, actually I do like some of Manson's songs...HE is a bit stupid though...
I play guitar and used to play in a band so any heavy or rhythmic music can get me going...Oh yeah, Offspring, too I am sure their are a few 100 I am leaving off...311 also!

APC_eug1

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FWH_Wolfpack
Inactive
posted 05-16-99 09:05 PM ET (US)     8 / 67       
YAH!!! Jehu listens to classical too. I listen to classical, ALL OLDIES, and jazz. FYI, the Beatles are and will forevermore be the greatest rock and roll band ever and Elvis is THE KING. I guess, I'm quite out of the ordinary, but I would like to think all of what I listen to is civilized.
apocalypse77
Clubman
posted 05-16-99 10:41 PM ET (US)     9 / 67       
Uhh, who classifies Marylin Manson as music?
mulan98
Clubman
posted 05-16-99 11:12 PM ET (US)     10 / 67       
Errr....I for one does not like the Metallica wanna be kind of music. I prefer easy listening and also country music. Music like Shania Twain, Deana Carter etc..
Also I like New Age, like Erasure, A-Ha and Dep Mode (their old ones).

Hmmm...as for Mariyln Manson....yuck!!!!!

Godzilla
Clubman
posted 05-16-99 11:29 PM ET (US)     11 / 67       
I'm a electonica/techno fan. Fat Boy Slim, BT, Underworld, Delerium, Crystal Method, and lots more. I also love depeche mode, new order, nine inch nails.

Most stuff on the radio or mtv just doesn't do it for me anymore. I just find it all kind of boring....

armagedn
Clubman
posted 05-17-99 00:49 AM ET (US)     12 / 67       
Another music thread! Good God! Great Balls o' Fire!

I was brought up in a cross-mix of my oldest brother's Zeppelin/Black Sabbath, dad's Mama's & the Papas/Peter, Paul & Mary & mom's Haydn & Mozart (& SHOW TUNES! YEAH!) I can recall listening to Kasey Kasem's Top 40 countdown, & WMET (Chicago's) annual Top 100 (the top 10 were always long snooze-fests like Clapton's "Cocaine," some Allman Bros. boozejam, Traffic's "the Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys" (what the HELL was THAT song about, anyway?), and the perpetual Numero Uno, Stairway to Boredom.

How many other kids have a memory like this? Yer dad, in his underwear, in a lotus position, under the piano, eyes closed, mouth open, "groovin'" to Jose Feliciano's version of "Light My Fire"?

Me? Hell, I love what is now referred to as "Klassic Rok," but my heart still belongs to the music of my college Daze - Joy Division, early- to mid-Cure, some Siouxsie, Sisters of Mercy, the Church, the Buzzcocks, Wire, the Fall, the Chameleons, and my beloved Throwing Muses.

Catherine Wheel gets better w/ every album (oops, CD, sorry), and I miss the previous singer in Voivod (why the hell did they return to Speed Metal? ugh.) The Beatles still are God (well, maybe not Paul so much).

I said it before, & I'll say it again- best Song on the Best Album in the Armagedn Audio Library... Pink Floyd's Echoes/Meddle.

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Jehu-

Always wondered why you were so "laid back." Now I know.

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Oh, and Marilyn Manson can bite me... then again, he might like it.

borgboy12
Clubman
posted 05-17-99 01:16 AM ET (US)     13 / 67       
Shania Twain....Any of hers songs :d Will Smith, About a dozen other country singers, Most "Oldies" (50s-70s).







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MayGodHelpU
Inactive
posted 05-17-99 03:19 AM ET (US)     14 / 67       
Metalica - Whiskey in the Jar
The Corrs - So young
Neil Diamond - Solitary man
Done too soon
Cherry Cherry
Dire Straits - Tunnel of Love
whoever it is - kiss me
Lenny Cra... - fly away

Manson has sucked all along, so does Korn

Teefax
Inactive
posted 05-17-99 04:29 AM ET (US)     15 / 67       
To Wolfpack:
'Beatles were biggest band ever': ever heard of an album entitled 'Pet Sounds'? (this is not for the under 30y olds - or maybe under 50???)

To Jehu:
Isn't it funny those kids think listening to classical music is 'cool'?

Teefax

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Angel JustGreg
Clubman
posted 05-17-99 06:35 PM ET (US)     16 / 67       
CD's are a waste of money, I like burning my own and ripping the songs from other people.
Breydel
Clubman
posted 05-17-99 06:38 PM ET (US)     17 / 67       
i'm sure the same can be said about computergames

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MA_Reeces
Inactive
posted 05-17-99 06:48 PM ET (US)     18 / 67       
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twist, twist,

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twist, twist,

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twist, twist.

Just a little song called Twist from Korns CD, Life is Peachy.

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MA_Reeces
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posted 05-17-99 06:51 PM ET (US)     19 / 67       
Testing my sig.

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yoda
Clubman
posted 05-17-99 06:55 PM ET (US)     20 / 67       

Do any of you listen to lounge music?
How about "Cumbustible Edision"? What about
SAMBA, like "Walter Wanderly" or
"Ella"? I think you should listen to what
ever makes you feel like good. If watching some guy run around wearing a garden hose
looking like a zombie and talking about beutifull people makes you feel like a better
person then so be it.

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yoda
Clubman
posted 05-17-99 07:12 PM ET (US)     21 / 67       

I hope I did not insult anyone out there with
my last comment. The strength of Internet
forums is the ability to confess your
convictions about certain topics without the
fear of beeing stomped for doing so.
Sack
Inactive
posted 05-17-99 07:58 PM ET (US)     22 / 67       
Rush is my favorite band. I also listen to other bands and Metallica aswell. However, Rush isn't your typical band and most of their songs sound different from the others and their lyrics are very deep. :-)
FanatiC KaBaN
Clubman
posted 05-17-99 10:41 PM ET (US)     23 / 67       
Bad Religion !!!

Offspring !!! (why don't you get a job is not the best song even though i do know almost all the of it.. )

And some other bands... I dont know, i like Marilyn Manson, i think he is the funniest singer have you guys heard his white trash remix in Smells Like Children? My god.. that is the funniest thing i have ever heard, i rofl everytime i listen to it.

But right now i listen mostly to Offspring... in fact i am listening to it right now... "What in the world happend to you?"

also... slayer, fear factory, pearl jam...

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Zafron
Inactive
posted 05-17-99 11:20 PM ET (US)     24 / 67       
I have only two words to say:

Fatboy Slim

Thank you.

Zafron

One
Inactive
posted 05-19-99 06:21 PM ET (US)     25 / 67       
Guess I should just say the music I listen to:

I'm a Metallica freak, big time. I have all their albums and can play all their songs on my guitar

I'm also a BIG Ozzy and Sabbath fan

I ONLY play Heavy Metal on my guitar and try to keep my listening to Heavy Metal

Well, rock on.

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