My Favourite Music - Part 2

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    My Favourite Music - Part 2

    I was just browsing my recent threads and posts and noticed a little while after I joined cboard I created a "favvy moozick" thread. Well, of course, it's changed since then.

    Here are the 5-stars from my playlist; debate as necessary:

    Gorillaz - Demon Days (all of it bar 2 tracks)
    Susie-Q - CCR
    Run Through The Jungle - CCR
    Bad Moon Rising - CCR
    Black Night - Deep Purple
    Strange Kind of Woman - Deep Purple
    Thank Christ For The Bomb - Groundhogs
    Solder - Groundhogs
    Split: Parts 1, 2 and 4 - Groundhogs (part 3 is crap)
    Cherry Red - Groundhogs
    Native Son - U2
    11 O'Clock Tick Tock - U2
    Vertigo - U2
    The Fly - U2
    Take Me Out - Franz Ferdinand
    You Could Have It So Much Better - Franz Ferdinand (the whole album is great)
    Modern Way - Kaiser Cheifs
    Na Na Na Na Naa - Kaiser Cheifs
    Born To Be A Dancer - Kaiser Cheifs
    Saturday Night - Kaiser Cheifs
    Tripping - Robbie Williams
    Secret Agent Man - Johnny Rivers
    Feels Just Like It Should - Jamiroquai
    (Don't) Give Hate A Chance - Jamiroquai
    Starman - David Bowie
    Breath - Prodigy
    Narayan - Prodigy
    Climbatize - Prodigy
    Spitfire - Prodigy
    Walk This Way - Aerosmith
    Dude (Looks Like A Lady) - Aerosmith
    Get Ready - The Temptations
    God Gave Rock 'n' Roll To You - KISS
    You Shook Me All Night Long - AC/DC & Hayseed Dixie's version
    Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles
    With A Little Help From My Friends - The Beatles
    Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds - The Beatles
    Getting Better - The Beatles
    When I'm Sixty-Four - The Beatles
    Stacked Actors - Foo Fighters
    Times Like These - Foo Fighters
    All My Life - Foo Fighters
    Resolve - Foo Fighters
    Money - Pink Floyd
    Another Brick In The Wall - Pink Floyd
    Shake That Bush Again - The Mooney Suzuki

    Wow, my playlist is 10 hours, 17 mins and 12 seconds long - 946MB (143 Items).
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    My favorite music comes from:
    Iron Maiden
    ACDC
    Blind Guardian
    Metallica
    Deep Forest
    Eric Clapton
    lu lu lu I've got some apples lu lu lu You've got some too lu lu lu Let's make some applesauce Take off our clothes and lu lu lu

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    my favourite bands:
    (with *rough* genre)
    dont ask my how these metal - sub - genres are exactly classified

    nightwish (symphonic metal / score metal)
    rhapsody (symphonic epic metal / score metal) (actually the older cds were classified as symphonic epic hollywood metal)
    therion (symphonic opera metal)
    after forever ( gothic/melodic metal)
    wintersun (power metal)
    blind guardian (epic metal)
    epica (symphonic metal)
    kamelot (metal)
    haggard (death-classic metal)
    stratovarious (metal)
    edenbridge (metal)
    tristania (gothic metal)
    ensiferum (metal)

    following are not my favs - but i listen to them too now and then:
    graveworm (death-metal)
    mystic circle (black-metal)

    even though i mainly listen to metal (basically all variants and sub-variants - but NO nu-metal) i hardly heard anything of metallica and iron maiden (evil - isnt it? )
    currently i liked as many songs as i liked from those songs ive heard from them so far.

    edit:
    listen to "progged radio" (internet radio) for these bands and many more
    (this is currently the only radio station i *really* like)
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    Music artists, eh?

    If they had a hit in the 70's I probably like them a lot.
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    Right now my playlist is composed of these bands:
    Linkin Park
    Black Eyed Peas
    Finch
    Evanescence
    Three Days Grace
    Nickelback
    Thrice
    Our Lady Peace
    Green Day
    and misc.
    Warning: Have doubt in anything I post.

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    I usually have songs by these artists in my playlist..
    1) Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
    2) Liquid Tension Experiment
    3) Led Zeppelin
    4) Joe Satriani
    5) Billy Joel
    6) Def Leppard
    7) Duran Duran
    8) Tears for Fears
    9) Guns n Roses
    10) INXS
    11) Metallica
    12) Modern Talking
    13) Fleetwood Mac
    14) Queen
    15) U2
    16) Van Halen
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    Quote Originally Posted by PING
    3) Led Zeppelin
    Led Zeppelin rules, my favorite song : "Stairway to Heaven"
    lu lu lu I've got some apples lu lu lu You've got some too lu lu lu Let's make some applesauce Take off our clothes and lu lu lu

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    I've got two Motorhead albums but have sorta gone off them lately. AC/DC are great; got If You Want Blood a while ago and loved every minute of it.
    EDIT: I've got an AC/DC DVD, Live in Donnington 1991
    Last edited by cboard_member; 12-10-2005 at 01:57 AM.
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    If you want blood, you got it
    Blood on the streets
    Blood on the rocks
    Blood in the gutter
    Every last drop
    You want blood, you got it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    lu lu lu I've got some apples lu lu lu You've got some too lu lu lu Let's make some applesauce Take off our clothes and lu lu lu

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElastoManiac
    If you want blood, you got it
    Blood on the streets
    Blood on the rocks
    Blood in the gutter
    Every last drop
    You want blood, you got it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    \o/\o/ "For those about to rock, we salute you!" BOOM \o/\o/
    Good class architecture is not like a Swiss Army Knife; it should be more like a well balanced throwing knife.

    - Mike McShaffry

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