My favvy moozick

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    My favvy moozick

    I though I'd waste 20 mins posting up my favourite tracks. Here we go.

    Aerosmith - Walk this way
    Aerosmith - Dude looks like a lady
    Green Day - Wake me up when september ends
    AC/DC - Thunderstruck
    AC/DC - You shook me all night long
    Alien Ant Farm - Smooth Criminal
    Foo Fighters - In your honor
    Foo Fighters - DOA
    Foo Fighters - All my life
    Foo Fighters - End over end
    Foo Fighters - Times like these
    Foo Fighters - Disenchanted lullaby
    Foo Fighters - Low
    Foo Fighters - Stacked Actors
    Gorillaz - Feel good inc.
    Groundhogs - Strange town
    Groundhogs - Thank christ for the bomb
    Stereophonics - Madame Helga
    Stereophonics - Superman
    Stereophonics - Doorman
    Stereophonics - Dakota
    Prodigy - Spitfire
    Prodigy - Smack my .......... up
    Prodigy - Breath
    Scissor Sisters - Take your mamma
    Scissor Sisters - Filthy/Gorgeous
    Sex Pistols - Pretty vacant
    Sex Pistols - Anarchy in the UK
    Sex Pistols - Friggin' in the riggin'
    Motorhead - Iron horse [born to loose]
    Motorhead - Shoot you in the back
    Motorhead - Ace of spades
    Motorhead - Bomber
    Motorhead - Motorhead [live is way better]
    Motorhead - The hammer
    Deep Purple - Hush
    Deep Purple - Black Night
    Pink Floyd - Money
    Ozzy Osbourne - Hellraiser
    Ozzy Osbourne - Bark at the moon
    Ian Dury and the Blockheads - Reasons to be cheerfull
    [Pretty much everything by them]
    Timo Maas - Get down
    Coldplay - Speen of sound

    That looks like all of 'em.

    Wow I just realised it's all pretty much the same genre except for Timo Maas.
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    > Wow I just realised it's all pretty much the same genre except for Timo Maas.

    Rock's such a huge genre that that's easy to do. I mean, Coldplay and Motorhead are both considered rock, but they sound nothing alike.

    I'm not sure I'd include the Gorillaz in there as the same genre, though.

    I would post my list, but it's ever changing. I'll listen to most anything besides country or modern r&b, but mostly listen to rock and rap (like that narrows it down )

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    10cc - Dreadlock Holiday
    Aerosmith - Dream on
    Al Stewart - Year of the Cat
    Andrea Bocelli - Vivere
    Animals - House of the Rising Sun
    Axel F - Beverly Hills Cop (>_>)
    Bach - Air
    Beatles - too damn much
    Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata
    Bjorn Lynne - The Faery Woods
    Bob Marley - I Shot The Sherrif
    Buena Vista Social Club - ?Y T Qu Has Hecho?
    Cat Stevens - Sitting
    Chuck Berry - Johnny Be Goode
    Dire Straits - Tunnel of Love
    Donny Hathaway - He Ain't Heavy, He's my Brother
    Doors - Love Street
    Eagles - Hotel California
    Elton John - I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues
    Elvis Presley vs JXL - A Little Less Conservation
    George Harrison - Beware of Darkness
    Guns N' Roses - Ain't It Fun
    Herbie Hancock - Cantaloupe Island
    Jimi Hendrix - Hey Joe
    John Lennon - Jealous Guy
    Kyo - Je Saigne Encore (French band)
    Led Zeppelin - Over The Hills And Far Away
    Metallica - Enter Sandman
    Muse - Muscle Museum
    Nirvana - Lithium
    Norah Jones - Don't Know Why
    Pantera - Cemetary Gates
    Pink Floyd - Shine On Your Crazy Diamond
    Placebo - Pure Morning
    Queen - Another One Bites The Dust
    Radiohead - Paranoid Android
    Ravi Shankar - Afghani Sitar
    Ray Charles - What'd I Say
    RHCP - Scar Tissue
    Rolling Stones - Paint it Black
    Stevie Wonder - Master Blaster
    Strokes - Reptilia

    Meh. Kept it short.
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    > Axel F - Beverly Hills Cop (>_>)

    Excuse me, I believe you mean "Harold Faltermeyer"

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    I'm not one to play favorites--they change by the minute, so: here's a list of songs from CD's I've actually payed for and have taken the time to rip to my computer, in alphabetical order.
    not necessarily favorites, and I don't necessarily like every song in the list...

    pick a random sample and call them my favorites
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    Oops I just read Felix's list and I forgot placebo, so here:

    Placebo - Taste in men
    Placebo - Theme from funky reverend (LOL)

    > would post my list, but it's ever changing. I'll listen to most anything besides country or modern r&b, but mostly listen to rock and rap (like that narrows it down )

    Yeah. Rap doesn't 'do anything' for me.

    Me I love ze bass

    major_small: Damn that list is long
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    I won't list every song, but I have various CDs from the following artists. Finch, The Used, Trust Company, Hoobastank, Breaking Benjamin, Adema and Earshot. Those are the ones I actually like enough to buy their CD.

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    Huh? Don't pass out when I say this, but I ain't heard of a single one of those artists.

    Which country are you from?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahluka
    major_small: Damn that list is long
    not really... consider how many CD's you have, and how many songs are on each CD... I think that's only 39 CD's on that list... I've been trying to rip most of my collection, but I haven't had time recently...
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    Yeah wait a sec

    *counts*

    59 CD's and about 20 singles stacked up here. I don't really listen to some of it though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahluka
    Huh? Don't pass out when I say this, but I ain't heard of a single one of those artists.

    Which country are you from?
    U.S. That may be why...the bands I listed aren't international superstars, they are pretty popular but not that well known. Not really mainstream either.

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    Cool. What kind of music do they perform? Where can I get hold of some of their stuff - legally of course
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glirk Dient
    Not really mainstream either.
    What? Every single one of those bands is mainstream, especially Hoobastank and The Used.

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    Those 2 I would say are, but not as mainstream as Linkin Park or that other crap. Most of the other bands I wouldn't even see some kid wearing a T-shirt of. I only consider bands "mainstream" crap when all the goth kids start buying their CDs and T-shirts because the band is popular. Not so much the case with those, except The Used is becoming like that. I don't mind if they are slightly mainstream...as long as they aren't really mainstream then it OK.

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    > as long as they aren't really mainstream then it OK.

    Do we really have to go through this again?

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