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WhiteWolf 08-12-2004 12:08 AM

Hello! ^_^
I'm a bit curious...
What kind of music do you like most?
And what band?

Allright... I love melodic metal :ok: and my favorite band is Blind Guardian... and Angra (the new album is great!)

- Sorry for my english... -

Classic Pig 08-12-2004 12:12 AM

Alternative :band: / Big band/swing

Five Iron Frenzy, OC Supertones, The W's

Fawfulhasfury 08-12-2004 12:30 AM

Oldies-Classic
The Chiffons
Barbados
Norman Greenbaum

wendymaree 08-12-2004 12:44 AM

My favourite kind of music is Goth - from bands like Gossamer and Inconnumedia. These are not artists played on radio -- their music is found only on the internet. I rarely listen to anything as I prefer silence most of the time, but when I start a new multimedia project, I download music from free sites like the defunct mp3.com to get inspiration for my own. I also like New Age both to listen to and to compose as this style is most easily created on computer software.

Iron_Scarecrow 08-12-2004 03:41 AM

Hardcore Punk/ Punk Rock


RISE AGAINST, THRICE, MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE, AFI!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :Brain: :Brain: :Brain:

wormpaul 08-12-2004 07:30 AM

Hmm..

Specially ROCK songs..

bands like:

Queen
Led Zeppelin
Queens of the Stone age
Guns and Roses

But also artist like:

Alanis morrisette
Eminen
Madonna

And so many more....just loving good music in any way...

@iron: Isnt it: Race against (the machine???)

Or did you mean a other band???




Puffin 08-12-2004 07:32 AM

@wormpaul & Iron:
Wasn't it Rage against the machine? :blink:

Anyways, I listen to a wide range of music. But I don't like r'n'b or rap.
I especially like old-rock.

wormpaul 08-12-2004 07:35 AM

:blink:

@Puffin: Now i see it ...i know it..

And you;re right..

Rage Against the machine...totally correct :whistle: :whistle:

Eagle of Fire 08-12-2004 07:41 AM

I'm not really into music. I never buy an album of any group because I don't feel like there is good enough music out there to waste money on when you can get it free. Plus, I know for sure that half of each CD is a filler of the precedent. You would probably get a few (if not only one) good song on it and the rest only fill up space to give the impression it was worth the purchase.

I mainly prefer to listen to Pop and Rock (mainly on the radio when I'm driving), and I just can't stand Country and Rap.

Basically, any music which has a good beat and good rymes will usually go by me.

Iron_Scarecrow 08-12-2004 09:07 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Puffin@Dec 8 2004, 08:32 AM
@wormpaul & Iron:
Wasn't it Rage against the machine?* :blink:


I did mean another band. There is an underground punk rock band called Rise Against. They have three albums, latest one is called Siren Song of the Counter Culture. The Cover of that album is now my avatar. :ok:

wormpaul 08-12-2004 09:14 AM

Ok...never heard of that band before... :blink:

Iron_Scarecrow 08-12-2004 09:21 AM

Well like I said they are underground punk rock, they don't get as much publicity as other bands. Even though they ten times better than all the bands out there that claim they are punk. Blink 182, Good Charlotte, Simple Plan and so on are not punk rock. I'm a member of some forum on Hi5 about punk rock music and anyone who likes any of those crappy emo punk bands, I just give them so much muck and they get all deffensive saying they are punk rock, when the truth is they aren't. It's quite fun. :ok:

wormpaul 08-12-2004 09:27 AM

Without defending those bands: (i hate them..)

But Punk Rock is so wide area that even bands like those fell in that categorie...maybe they arent that extremly punk as you consider them but still it's punk with a little bit of rock in it (and a whole scala of POP infludence)

So you can still burn them to the ground but official it's Punk/rock...

Iron_Scarecrow 08-12-2004 09:32 AM

No it's officially punk. Punk rock, pop punk, emo punk and hardcore punk are all sub genres of punk. So those bands are punk but they not punk rock they are emo punk.

:blink: :blink:

Hope I made that clear enough. :ok:

wormpaul 08-12-2004 09:33 AM

uuh..

EMO punk??

stand that for: Emotion Punk??? :blink:


Then it's a totally wrong class for bands like that :not_ok:

Iron_Scarecrow 08-12-2004 09:45 AM

Quote:

uuh..

EMO punk??

stand that for: Emotion Punk???*


Then it's a totally wrong class for bands like that

Yeah it's emotional punk as far as I know.

From the discussions I have had, this is what I've found out.

Emo punk is about the lyrics, all these bands like Good Charlotte, Simple Plan, and even Blink now are all about emotional situations, such as break-ups with girlfriends. This is why they are referred as emo punk.

wormpaul 08-12-2004 09:52 AM

Hmm..

In my opinion the lyrics of bands that you ment there really sucks..

They cant write good lyrics (i always give a lot of attention to lyrics) and because they only talk about "things happen in life" doesnt make them good emo songs...

When you wanna hear brilliant lyrics go listen to:

Van Dik hout (damm..it's dutch...you wont understand it :not_ok: )

Alanis Morrisette (Great lyrics...specially on the 2 first albums...)

Metallica (such a great lyrics...again specially albums 1 till 5 )



Hmm..maybe you didnt mean this...but i just felt the need to say this all.. :whistle:

Iron_Scarecrow 08-12-2004 09:57 AM

I don't know about Metallica's lyrics but their best albums are deffinently the first 5. I'm no big fan of Metallica but I have heard enough to realise this.

I don't quite care for lyrics. As long as they flow with the music, they fine. But the meaning behind the lyrics I'm not interested in. But these emo bands play a little slower than the bands I listen to, that is the main reason I don't like them.

Quote:

Originally posted by wormpaul@Dec 8 2004, 10:52 AM
They cant write good lyrics (i always give a lot of attention to lyrics) and because they only talk about "things happen in life" doesnt make them good emo songs...
But because the lyrics are about those situations, they are labelled emo. But I can not be too sure about this. I admit I don't know enough on the topic to back this up completely. This is just the impression I get from conversations I have had.

I_Wanna_Be_A_Pirate 08-12-2004 10:00 AM

Music I Listen Too!!


ACDC!!!

BUTTERFINGERS!!

SLIM DUSTY!!! ( pub with no beer and the hangover song)

1200 TECHNIQUES

GRINSPOON

NICKLEBACK

U2 :Brain:

THE DARKNESS

MUSE

STREETS

CAT EMPIRE

28 DAYS

SPIDERBAIT

JET

SIMPSONS THEME SONG

YEAH!!!!!!!!!!! :Brain: :Brain: :kosta:

wormpaul 08-12-2004 10:02 AM

@ Pirate..

When you like those type of bands...

Go Try: The killers...


Iron_Scarecrow 08-12-2004 10:03 AM

I like Muse. :ok:

But I prefer the old stuff from Spiderbait, stuff they made around 1997, 98.

Cat Empire. :ok: :ok:

I have only heard Somebody Told Me by The Killers. And I love that song. :Brain: :Brain:

I'd love to hear more by them can you recommend a couple of songs for me Wormpaul.

wormpaul 08-12-2004 10:04 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Iron_Scarecrow@Dec 8 2004, 11:03 AM
But I prefer the old stuff from Spiderbait, stuff they made around 1997, 98.


Was this from Muse??

i only got the 4 official albums (and DVD)...and some live stuff from all over the world..

But never heard of that name before :help:

Iron_Scarecrow 08-12-2004 10:07 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by wormpaul+Dec 8 2004, 11:04 AM--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (wormpaul @ Dec 8 2004, 11:04 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-Iron_Scarecrow@Dec 8 2004, 11:03 AM
But I prefer the old stuff from Spiderbait, stuff they made around 1997, 98.


Was this from Muse??

i only got the 4 official albums (and DVD)...and some live stuff from all over the world..

But never heard of that name before :help: [/b][/quote]
LOL

No sorry I was talking about the band Spiderbait.

But Wormpaul could you recommend a couple songs by The Killers, please. :ok:

I_Wanna_Be_A_Pirate 08-12-2004 10:19 AM

I like a nice mix of music

oh I forgot a few

BLACK SABBATH!

CRYSTAL METHOD

MGF( MACHINE GUN F********IO)

THE COOKIEMONSTER!! (listen to "i did it all for the cookie" a take off of that limp bizko song)

BLACK EYED PEAS

AND ADAM SANDLER SONGS

YEAH!!!! THATS ALL!! :Brain: :kosta:

Iron_Scarecrow 08-12-2004 10:24 AM

Great band I just started getting into.

NIGHTWISH.

I think they play thrash/melodic/power metal. But my understanding on metal music is very limited. :ok:

I_Wanna_Be_A_Pirate 08-12-2004 11:01 AM

Oh yeah i like
THE KILLERS :rifle:

THE SCISSOR SISTERS :eeeeeh:

THE WHO

RAMONES

LUNATIC CALM

i like so many its hard 2 remember them all!!


wormpaul 08-12-2004 11:06 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Iron_Scarecrow@Dec 8 2004, 11:24 AM
Great band I just started getting into.

NIGHTWISH.

I think they play thrash/melodic/power metal. But my understanding on metal music is very limited. :ok:

LOL...

Is this the band form the single:

Bless the Child??

That band got a really weak frontwoman....she cant sing that good...and she looks horrbile...

Better have something like this:

http://letras_within.blig.ig.com.br/imagens/sharon1.jpg


Sharon from Within Temptation (dutch band)

She looks hot....at least to me .(I think it's also not Picards type :Titan: )

Iron_Scarecrow 08-12-2004 11:50 AM

I have only heard 12 songs from nightwish but what I have heard she is a good singer, in my opinion. But I dont know what she looks like. I have heard one song form Within Tempatation and I like it. :ok:

Mucman 08-12-2004 09:50 PM

I love almost everything I have! I admit that I am a HUGE Rush fan though :-)

My Music

N17R0 08-12-2004 11:32 PM

I listen to about everything, but I prefer electronic. My favorite artist being Kid 606: The punk of techno.

Titan 08-12-2004 11:59 PM

Yeah.. also into electronic..

But i can't realy stand the concept of a "song"... a Song is never better then the songs it can be mixed with into a continious stream of music...

Right now, i'm doing alot of Club-trance and Pretty serious Techno.. along with some Acid..

List (dj's and artists):
Carl Cox
UMEK
Paul Oakenfold
Hallucinogen
Sven Väth
Infected Mushroom
Yahel
Skazi
Chris Liebing
Midi Miliz
Westbam

Well.. if you would like to hear what kind of music this is, i uploaded a session with Westbam (sorry Kosta) right HERE. Recorded at this years Loveparade in Berlin, and ripped from a radio-broadcast.

It's 86 MB, :tease: and easy-listening dance-music and pretty down-temo.. if you have the time, Listen to it, even thou it might not be just your type..

*All those who think it's not enough, get up, and briefly come with us* :apple:

Sebatianos 09-12-2004 12:14 PM

Now this seems so familiar.

rainwife 10-12-2004 02:40 AM

I wonder why Sebatianos :kiss:
Well, I listen to almost all sorts of music, mostly depending on the mood I am in - I don't like house music too much though...
I like wormpaul's list at the beginning - always room to add, especially older music, like from the 60s on or ballads... :whistle:

wormpaul 10-12-2004 07:15 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by rainwife@Dec 10 2004, 03:40 AM
I like wormpaul's list at the beginning - always room to add, especially older music, like from the 60s on or ballads... :whistle:
Thx Rainwife

Welcome on the site :cheers:

Iron_Scarecrow 10-12-2004 10:07 AM

By the way Worm are there any songs by The Killers you could recommend to me?

wormpaul 10-12-2004 10:23 AM

Yes...

Ill shall look for the titles...

Contact me at MSN in a few days...ill will tell you :ok:

Busy these days...so form monday ill be online :ok:

Iron_Scarecrow 10-12-2004 11:06 AM

I just realised I don't have your email.

wormpaul 10-12-2004 11:48 AM

And for all others who wanna share music(information) with me..

The e-mail is the same for MSN....see profile :ok:

holyman9 10-12-2004 06:14 PM

wow, the only person here who listens to something even close to me is Iron. I'm also a Rise Against, AFI and Thrice fan. But on top of that you can add the following:
Blood Brothers (picture + avatar)
Mars Volta
VNV Nation
Nine Inch Nails
From first To Last
At-the-Drive-In
etc...

Im a huge music fan, so my list goes on and on...

Danny252 10-12-2004 07:04 PM

I like... what I like. I just like some music but not other things...

FreeFreddy 10-12-2004 07:10 PM

Good to know that you like music... :ph34r:

Danny252 10-12-2004 07:39 PM

aha...
dont scare me...

Titan 11-12-2004 01:46 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Titan@Dec 9 2004, 01:59 AM
Well.. if you would like to hear what kind of music this is, i uploaded a session with Westbam (sorry Kosta) right HERE. Recorded at this years Loveparade in Berlin, and ripped from a radio-broadcast.
Anyone listend yet btw?

Iron_Scarecrow 11-12-2004 08:17 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by holyman9@Dec 10 2004, 07:14 PM
wow, the only person here who listens to something even close to me is Iron. I'm also a Rise Against, AFI and Thrice fan. But on top of that you can add the following:
Blood Brothers (picture + avatar)
Mars Volta
VNV Nation
Nine Inch Nails
From first To Last
At-the-Drive-In
etc...

Im a huge music fan, so my list goes on and on...

Nice. :ok:

Glad to see I'm not the only one. Mars Volta and NIN are good. :ok:

I always wanted to hear At The Drive In, I've heard nothing but good. Can you recommend any songs?

Cheers :cheers:

holyman9 11-12-2004 01:47 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Iron_Scarecrow+Dec 11 2004, 04:17 AM--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Iron_Scarecrow @ Dec 11 2004, 04:17 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-holyman9@Dec 10 2004, 07:14 PM
wow, the only person here who listens to something even close to me is Iron. I'm also a Rise Against, AFI and Thrice fan. But on top of that you can add the following:
Blood Brothers (picture + avatar)
Mars Volta
VNV Nation
Nine Inch Nails
From first To Last
At-the-Drive-In
etc...

Im a huge music fan, so my list goes on and on...

Nice. :ok:

Glad to see I'm not the only one. Mars Volta and NIN are good. :ok:

I always wanted to hear At The Drive In, I've heard nothing but good. Can you recommend any songs?

Cheers :cheers: [/b][/quote]
you haven't heard anything from at-the-drive-in? I swear it could actually change your life it is so damn good. Well, their last CD (they broke up in '99, half the group formed Mars Volta, other half formed Sparta) was Relationship of Command. Its actually just been re-issued, so if you are willing to spend some money you could buy it cheaply right now. If not, here are some songs you could look up:

one armed scissor
spacewalk capsules
in

that should satisfy you for now, tell me if you want more. enjoy :ok:

Iron_Scarecrow 11-12-2004 01:51 PM

Thanks I'll check those songs out. :ok:

I knew Mars Volta had been formed cause their last band broke up but I didn't know what it was called. But now that I know it was At-the-Drive-In I really want to hear some songs by them. :ok:

WhiteWolf 11-12-2004 02:13 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Iron_Scarecrow@Dec 8 2004, 11:24 AM
Great band I just started getting into.

NIGHTWISH.

I think they play thrash/melodic/power metal. But my understanding on metal music is very limited. :ok:

Ahn... Sorry but Nightwish is only melodic metal ^_^
Sepultura is trash metal - heavier in all ways... And Rhapsody is power metal (often heh)...
Angels Fall First is Nightwish best song, in my opinion...
[Well, this band is pretty famous here in Brazil...]
But I like much more Stratovarius :ok:

Please please, someone knows Angra?

Yeah I like U2 too... And The Cure, I leaned to listen music with this band ;)

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Morgana... Se eu ao menos tivesse palavras para te dizer o quanto eu te amo... Mas palavras nunca ser?o suficientes...
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Iron_Scarecrow 11-12-2004 02:22 PM

Well I knew it was one of those three. :D

But I have only heard a 1 minute promotional demo of Angels Fall First, and it sounds nice. The song that got me into them was Dark Chest of Wonders, love that song, and I love Moondance, Planet Hell, Wish I had an Angel, Sacrament of Wilderness and Stargazers. :ok:

Pharaoh 21-12-2004 10:59 PM

Hum, Linkin Park, Papa Roach, Limp Bizkit. PUNK ROCK

Welcome to the site WhiteWolf.
I´m a Brazilian too.
Where are you from?? What state? What city?

Just one opinion, respect all members of Abandonia,
because we are a family... :ok: :cheers:

evilded 21-12-2004 11:07 PM

Wormpaul
Quote:

Alanis morrisette
Eminen
Madonna

LOL strange mix.

I listen to underground rap mostly. I prefer the stuff that isn't mainstream and conmmercalised to hell and that noone knows about.

Akon
Bone thugs-n-harmony
Necro
many more...

Tom Henrik 21-12-2004 11:22 PM

Sorry to tell you this, evilded...

You spelt the name wrong. It is Bone-Thugs-'n'-Harmony.
And they are wellknown and commercial ;)

Their biggest hit ever was "Crossroad". That song got played non-stop on radioes all over the world, and it also got a lot of TV time on MTV :whistle:

evilded 21-12-2004 11:25 PM

AHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHA

I can't beleive i spelt it like that. HAHAHAHAHA LOL LOL LOL

Edited it. Oh my god that was funny...

My favorite album by 'them' is Lazie Bone's Thug mentality 1999. Great album!
I prefer lesser known underground music, but i listen to loads of differant music, not just unknown rap.

Ioncannon 21-12-2004 11:26 PM

I like System of the Down, Billy Talent, AFI, and a few others.

FreeFreddy 22-12-2004 01:30 PM

I started to listen to Trance lately, as I was with my girlfriend in a disco last weekend and there I heard some pretty nice pieces.
Of composers / DJ's I can recommend: CJ Stone, Delerium, Dumonde, Hiver & Hammer...

cheesegrater 22-12-2004 03:41 PM

Industrial :D

Velvet Acid Christ and Skinny Puppy are my favorites.

garbage 22-12-2004 04:04 PM

nice to know that at the drive in is still heard
btw i almost listen to the same things as holyman does =D
+ some electrical stuff like dnb

ppl who listen to mars volta should check out the label of marsvolta
www.goldstandardlabs.com

N17R0 22-12-2004 05:45 PM

Delerium, Velvet Acid Christ, Skinny Puppy, System of a Down, AFI, got all those. I'm a hardcore music enthusiast, I have about everything. I'm currently ripping my vynils to mp3 as I post. Right now I'm ripping Kansas - Vynil Confessions. I also have pretty much every Beatles album on record (White album, Sgt Pepper original and movie soundtrack). I also have some cd rarities, various Kid 606 albums, japanese imports, etc. I also have a music library on my pc which currently consists of 12600 songs. So yea, I really do listen to about everything.

FreeFreddy 22-12-2004 07:46 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by N17R0@Dec 22 2004, 07:45 PM
I also have a music library on my pc which currently consists of 12600 songs.
And you know each of the 12600 songs for itself? :whistle:

Strobe 22-12-2004 09:49 PM

my taste of music is kinda split into two categories:

metal, which includes bands like:

-anathema,
-my dying bride,
-tiamat,
-cemetary,
-the 3rd and the mortal

and electronica styles, such as:

-psytrance (shiva chandra, ticon, infusion, praecox...)
-drum'n'bass (virus rec., teebee, metalheadz, omnitrio,...)
-deep tech (kruger & koyle, cass & slide, peter gun...)
-breakbeats (plump djs, adam freeland, hybrid, evil nine,...)
-trance (sasha, tiesto, nalin & kane, legend b,...)


feminista 23-12-2004 04:38 AM

Yeek, I know a message board or three that would NOT approve of the content of this topic. That said, I'm a punk fan myself, but I'd better qualify that, given some people's impression of punk around here. I like first wave punk (X-Ray Spex, Stiff Little Fingers, the Avengers), the tiniest bit of 80s hardcore (Bad Brains, Black Flag, and Reagan Youth), some Oi! (Sham 69, Cockney Rejects), and one genre that is my own private obsession: Riot Grrl. If you don't know what it is, well, first off, it has NOTHING at all to do with Good Charlotte. It's early to mid-nineties feminist punk, and it's pretty intense stuff. The bands most often associated with the label are Bikini Kill and Bratmobile, but I like a lot more than that, including Dominatrix, Sleater-Kinney, Excuse 17, Babes in Toyland, Team Dresch, 7 Year Bitch, Lunachicks, I could go on forever. The Gits get a special note, because they're not riot grrl, but they ARE awesome girl-fronted punk. Sadly, they're only famous because their singer, Mia Zapata, was murdered. And they're still not THAT well known.

I'm pretty obsessive about my music, which means a large part of this topic disgusts me. Luckily, there are other places I can go where people share my obsessions.

N17R0 23-12-2004 05:58 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by FreeFreddy+Dec 22 2004, 03:46 PM--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (FreeFreddy @ Dec 22 2004, 03:46 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-N17R0@Dec 22 2004, 07:45 PM
I also have a music library on my pc which currently consists of 12600 songs.
And you know each of the 12600 songs for itself? :whistle: [/b][/quote]
You'd be surprised how much I actually know by heart. :D
Oh, and if you're getting into trance, I can give you some good recommendations. The trance that stands out in my mind most of the time is the stuff that really gets emotional in the melody. Like Soul Cry by DJ Tatana and The Mystery. That one is just phenomenal once it gets into the song. Then there's some of the trippier stuff that I like too. The songs off Infected Mushroom's cd I'm The Supervisor are just WILD. :Brain:

Koen 23-12-2004 06:42 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by wormpaul@Dec 8 2004, 10:52 AM
Van Dik hout (damm..it's dutch...you wont understand it* )

Now that's good music! :P What about blof and Marco Borsato? :D

I like dance, trance, especially from the 90's, but I'm also beginning to like new rock more and more. Hoobastank - The Reason, Keane - Bedshaped and Maroon 5 - Sunday Morning! It's aaaaaaallll IIIIIIIII neeeeed! :P

edlglide 23-12-2004 09:00 AM

To be really accurate, there is no such thing as punk now (in popular music, at least). Punk was a type of music that was only around for a few years during the 70s and early 80s, then it turned into New Wave. But then New Wave merged with mainstream rock and bands like U2 which were originally considered New Wave were really indistinguishable from mainstream rock bands. Then alternative came around, and those genres all merged together to create what is called rock now. But it's as different from 1970s rock as 1970s rock is from 1950s rock.

(I just finished taking a class on the history of rock music, so I know quite a bit about this stuff now)

Omuletzu 23-12-2004 09:08 AM

Metallica, Guns, a little Manson and hip hop

FreeFreddy 23-12-2004 12:28 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by N17R0@Dec 23 2004, 07:58 AM
Oh, and if you're getting into trance, I can give you some good recommendations. The trance that stands out in my mind most of the time is the stuff that really gets emotional in the melody. Like Soul Cry by DJ Tatana and The Mystery. That one is just phenomenal once it gets into the song. Then there's some of the trippier stuff that I like too. The songs off Infected Mushroom's cd I'm The Supervisor are just WILD. :Brain:
Yeah, thank you! This one is awesome. :D
Btw., do you have in your collection songs from Frontline Assembly? Very many songs from them are cool, but this is not Trance anymore, but Industrial and EBM. I can only recommend this group if you don't have them. :ok:

Rogue 23-12-2004 01:31 PM

Everything except American country and EX-YU Folk (or so called NOVOKOMPONOVANA MUZIKA).

N17R0 23-12-2004 04:03 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by FreeFreddy@Dec 23 2004, 08:28 AM
Yeah, thank you! This one is awesome. :D
Btw., do you have in your collection songs from Frontline Assembly? Very many songs from them are cool, but this is not Trance anymore, but Industrial and EBM. I can only recommend this group if you don't have them. :ok:

48 songs by Front Line Assembly. I have UK version of Corroded Disorder, Epitaph, Hard Wired, Millenium, and a few other various tracks.
Oh, I just remembered, if you want an interesting genre in the electronic branch to listen to, check out groups like VNV Nation, Apoptygma Berserk, and Seabound. They're all darkwave, and it is some REALLY good stuff (especially VNV Nation :ok: )

feminista 24-12-2004 06:48 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by edlglide@Dec 23 2004, 10:00 AM
To be really accurate, there is no such thing as punk now (in popular music, at least).* Punk was a type of music that was only around for a few years during the 70s and early 80s, then it turned into New Wave.
While that's partially true, it's an oversimplification. Punk developed into more genres than New Wave. Punk also split into hardcore and post-punk as well as new wave. New wave became more commercially acceptable, so it had the most effect on later "alternative" music. However, grunge developed independently of new wave, and grunge really defined modern mainstream rock. Hardcore kept on going strong and continued in the same direction, though at some point post-hardcore split off and went its own direction. Post-punk is important to mention, because many people consider it to be one of the most creative and rich musical movements in rock history.

Simply put, pure punk no longer exists, but many subgenres of it still do, so "punk" is often an appropriate adjective used as a blanket description. And let us not forget riot grrl, which was essentially a rebirth of punk, but with a feminist focus.

Plus, a difficulty arises when trying to limit punk to a few year spread (say, 1976-1982). That problem is thus: most of the recent music I listen to is not hardcore, grunge, post-punk, or new wave. Yet it cannot be described as being a subsidiary of any other genre but punk, so how is it not punk?

It's better to accept vague labels, and apply more specific ones when given the opportunity, rather than trying to eliminate vague labels all together. That said, saying that you listen to punk is rather en vogue as of now, so take people's claims of punkness with skepticism.

For more information, drift on over to rateyourmusic.com and search out the topic "is punk dead?"

edlglide 24-12-2004 08:13 AM

This is true; old musical styles never really disappear. Even 50s rockabilly still exists.

Also, grunge can be thought of as the real American version of punk -- not necessarily in musical style, but in spirit. Even though we had famous punk bands from the US, punk was really created in the UK. Although the Sex Pistols were more publicity stunt than band, the fact remains that teens in the UK during the 70s were the ones that really had something to revolt against, as the economic situation there was terrible.......far worse than that in the US.

Irregardless of all that, I'm not a big fan of punk. I'm more of a fan of late 60s and 70s stuff, including but not limited to the prog rock of bands like Yes and Genesis (and to a lesser extent Jethro Tull) that punk was partially rebelling against.

TheVoid 24-12-2004 04:23 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by edlglide@Dec 24 2004, 10:13 AM
I'm more of a fan of late 60s and 70s stuff, including but not limited to the prog rock of bands like Yes and Genesis (and to a lesser extent Jethro Tull)
High five on that, edlglide :ok:

HighProtein 30-12-2004 10:44 PM

Rock - Pearl Jam, Santana, 311

Quit listening to the radio kids LOL

feminista 31-12-2004 01:56 AM

HighProtein: Good job for not listening to the radio and all, but it's better to not act elitist unless you can name some bands that are less well known. It looks like you've scratched the surface of punk, or maybe you listen to what people tell you is good, I don't know, but there's a lot more to it than that. The Clash are widely regarded as one of the worst sellouts of punk history, and they pandered to the mainstream crowd much more than most first wave punk bands, hence their popularity. The Ramones are generally poppy, despite playing fasterlouder, and they represented more of a punk interpretation of bubblegum than anything particularly in line with the punk ideal. Bad Religion, also quite popular but regarded by most punk elitists to be fairly limited as far as talent. Myself, I think their lyrics are worthy and interesting, but it is difficult to call them a great band. I usually reserve them to the realm of "good, but nothing amazing". And Pearl Jam? Not so hardcore and indie.

No hard feelings, just don't be overbearing with your assumed musical superiority.

P.S.: I'm completely confused about the renewed interest in Social D. I have the self-titled, and the blatant country influence generally turns me off of it, despite them having catchy tunes. Either way, there has been a great increase in name-dropping thereof, which has left me, frankly, a bit baffled.

Iron_Scarecrow 02-01-2005 03:00 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by HighProtein@Dec 30 2004, 11:44 PM
(Sadly you kids don't really know what PUNK is.
Hot Topic Mtv pop crap that Sony shoves down your throats isn't PUNK.
Call it Puke if you want to call it anything.
Whiny kids screaming is EMO not PUNK.)

I'd like to know who you were referring to with that?


Tulac 02-01-2005 04:31 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Anubis@Dec 23 2004, 02:31 PM
Everything except American country and EX-YU Folk (or so called NOVOKOMPONOVANA MUZIKA).
LOL those two have much in common...

Anyway music that I like is Rock(true rock back from 70's and some modern like white stripes not bands like Maroon 5 - they're more like pop),Punk(Ramones,The Clash,Dead Kennedys and some unknown croatian bands) , and ska with bands like Mad Caddies,King Prawn etc. I don't like when they use electronics with guitars
(like most of nu metal mtv factory bands) other types of music I mostly ignore but I disgust the before mentioned EX-YU and R'n'B.

edlglide 02-01-2005 05:49 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by HighProtein@Dec 30 2004, 11:44 PM
Rock - Pearl Jam, Santana, 311

Quit listening to the radio kids LOL

You can't really separate bands like this. Punk is essentially a form of rock, so to say these bands are punk and these are rock is silly. Especially since Pearl Jam (at least originally) is probably closer to punk as a grunge band than it is to rock like the old Santana (that new CD that came out a couple of years ago is a bunch of awful poppy muck). And 311 is alternative I suppose, which is very different from original rock as well.

edlglide 02-01-2005 05:56 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by feminista@Dec 31 2004, 02:56 AM
HighProtein: Good job for not listening to the radio and all, but it's better to not act elitist unless you can name some bands that are less well known. It looks like you've scratched the surface of punk, or maybe you listen to what people tell you is good, I don't know, but there's a lot more to it than that. The Clash are widely regarded as one of the worst sellouts of punk history, and they pandered to the mainstream crowd much more than most first wave punk bands, hence their popularity. The Ramones are generally poppy, despite playing fasterlouder, and they represented more of a punk interpretation of bubblegum than anything particularly in line with the punk ideal. Bad Religion, also quite popular but regarded by most punk elitists to be fairly limited as far as talent. Myself, I think their lyrics are worthy and interesting, but it is difficult to call them a great band. I usually reserve them to the realm of "good, but nothing amazing". And Pearl Jam? Not so hardcore and indie.

No hard feelings, just don't be overbearing with your assumed musical superiority.

P.S.: I'm completely confused about the renewed interest in Social D. I have the self-titled, and the blatant country influence generally turns me off of it, despite them having catchy tunes. Either way, there has been a great increase in name-dropping thereof, which has left me, frankly, a bit baffled.

Also, listening to bands that aren't well-known and don't come on the radio doesn't mean anything. Most bands that ARE well-known are well-known because they were the best bands.............this may not be true as much now, or with a genre like punk -- but people like the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, and the Beach Boys (they are arguably as influential as the Beatles in the history and evolution of rock, but most normal people don't realize that or give them any credit for it.......and it's really Brian Wilson more than the Beach Boys as a whole) were some of the most talented bands of their eras. There were certainly some bands like Love who never became well-known and were very talented, but generally all the famous bands from earlier eras are famous for good reason.

feminista 03-01-2005 06:27 PM

Quote:

Most bands that ARE well-known are well-known because they were the best bands
I would be careful with saying things like that. It may have been nearly true if one goes all the way back to the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, but it hasn't been true for a very long time, even in the sixties and seventies. The Velvet Underground were largely unknown in their time, and Patti Smith didn't get much recognition until there was a renewed interest in New York proto-punk as people tried to discover the roots of punk.

In fact, one of the precepts of punk music is that mainstream music was ruined when it was turned into a business, and that most mainstream music is a tool of the industry to control the tastes of the masses and therefore sell more products. I stand by this belief, and I think you will find many fans of many different genres that will tell you the same thing. If you are listening only to bands who everyone has heard of, such as the three you named, you probably aren't much of a music fan. It's fine to appreciate some mainstream bands, and I'm sure not too many people are going to try to tell you that Led Zeppelin is horrible (though I don't enjoy them), but saying that bands who are easier name-drops are better is utterly fallacious. Well-known music is whatever the industry decided people would like, that's why we invented independent music, to make good music instead of popular music (or in the case of punk, intense music that had a narrow band of appeal rather than mass appeal).

Danny252 03-01-2005 08:03 PM

my music is the music I like. I like some stuff in different genres (right word?)

Predator 13-01-2005 07:00 PM

I like Aha as one of the groups of the 80th. Songs like "Take on me" and "The Sun always shines on TV" ("Touch me") should be pretty good examples.
Also "Relax" of Frankie Goes to Hollywood is cool.

Scarface 14-01-2005 12:27 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Predator@Jan 13 2005, 03:00 PM
I like Aha as one of the groups of the 80th. Songs like "Take on me" and "The Sun always shines on TV" ("Touch me") should be pretty good examples.

"Take on me" is a classic of the 80s
I always liked the video, it was like a comic book :D

Barrett 14-01-2005 11:26 AM

Yeah Danny genre's is exactly the right word to use. The main stuff I listen to is Psychadelic Hippy Stuff, - "The Incredible String Band" for example I also love old Blues like Robert Johnson, Leadbelly and stuff like that.

Omuletzu 14-01-2005 05:02 PM

I just bought *cough cough got* the last albums of Kyo and Rammstein

They'r both exceptional!!
:Brain: :Titan:

Predator 14-01-2005 05:37 PM

If you mean by "last" the album of Rammstein calles "Reise Reise" (Travel travel), then it's not as good as his previous one.

Omuletzu 14-01-2005 05:38 PM

That depends... i think it's as good as the previous
EDIT No wait let me rephrase that:
This album is WAY better than the previous one!

xoopx 14-01-2005 09:26 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by wendymaree@Dec 8 2004, 01:44 AM
My favourite kind of music is Goth - from bands like Gossamer and Inconnumedia. These are not artists played on radio -- their music is found only on the internet. I rarely listen to anything as I prefer silence most of the time, but when I start a new multimedia project, I download music from free sites like the defunct mp3.com to get inspiration for my own. I also like New Age both to listen to and to compose as this style is most easily created on computer software.
how about lacuna coil?

xoopx 14-01-2005 09:32 PM

some of the bands i like

joy division
ramones
the stone roses
the smiths
the buzzcocks
ani difranco
the wedding present
blake babies
juliana hatfield
the lilac time
stephen duffy
fuzzy
david bowie
husker du
sleater-kinney
lacuna coil
throwing muses
cocteau twins
beastie boys
run dmc
amiga demoscene music
kenickie
martha and the muffins
elvis costello
blondie
abba
new order

feminista 15-01-2005 01:19 AM

That's an impressive list, xoopx. Not too much there that I love, but a lot that I respect. I'm surprised at sleater-kinney though. I mean, I enjoy some of their stuff (first album mainly), but it doesn't seem to fit so much with the rest of your list. Which albums of theirs do you like?

JJXB 15-01-2005 01:49 AM

List of bands i like:
Green Day
Less Than Jake
Linkin Park
Limp Bizkit
The Offspring
Yellowcard
Lostprophets
System Of A Down
Adam and The Ants
Def Leppard
Deep Purple
Dio
Rainbow
Slipknot
Europe
Queen
Survivor
Whitesnake
Bloodhound Gang
Madness
Fine Young Cannibals
Eurythmics
Human League
The Jam
Frankie Goes To Hollywood
Simple Minds
T'Pau
The Cars
A-Ha
Ultravox
Blink 182
Duran Duran
Pennywise

And more...

xoopx 15-01-2005 10:24 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by feminista@Jan 15 2005, 02:19 AM
That's an impressive list, xoopx. Not too much there that I love, but a lot that I respect. I'm surprised at sleater-kinney though. I mean, I enjoy some of their stuff (first album mainly), but it doesn't seem to fit so much with the rest of your list. Which albums of theirs do you like?
a bunch of lesbians i knew got me into sleater-kinney, although i only have the 'dig me out' album

xoopx 15-01-2005 10:26 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by JJXB@Jan 15 2005, 02:49 AM
List of bands i like:
Green Day
Less Than Jake
Linkin Park
Limp Bizkit
The Offspring
Yellowcard
Lostprophets
System Of A Down
Adam and The Ants
Def Leppard
Deep Purple
Dio
Rainbow
Slipknot
Europe
Queen
Survivor
Whitesnake
Bloodhound Gang
Madness
Fine Young Cannibals
Eurythmics
Human League
The Jam
Frankie Goes To Hollywood
Simple Minds
T'Pau
The Cars
A-Ha
Ultravox
Blink 182
Duran Duran
Pennywise

And more...

oooh i forgot adam and the ants
also eurythmics, ultravox, the jam and duran duran!!

Sebatianos 15-01-2005 01:29 PM

Well the list would be too long to go through all of it, so I'll just name a few singers/groups that pop to mind:

Jim Croce: Bad Leroy Brown, Alabama Rain, Chan Gang...
Nat King Cole: Nature Boy, When I Fall in Love, Route 66...
Paper Lace: The Night Chicago Died;
Đorđe Balašević: Slovenska, Noč Kad sam preplivao Dunav, Samo da rata ne bude, Requiem, Miholsko leto, Devojka sa Čardaš nogama, Slabo divanim mađarski, Bela Lađa, Slow Motion, Baby Blue, Sanfrancisco Long Play, Pesma o jednom petlu, Triput sam video Tita maršala, Računajte na nas,...
Bjelo Dugme: Lipe cvatu, Hajdemo u planine, Napile se ulice, Ne spavaj mala moja,...
Chris Rea: Tell me there's a heaven, Road to hell, Aubrange, Josephine, Julia,...
Bruce Springsteen: Glory Days, Streets of Philadelphia, My home town,...
Dire Straits: Sultans of Swing, Brothers in Arms (or was that just Mike Knopfler?), Walk of Life, Ticket to Heaven,...
Beautiful Sounds: Perfect Ten
Tina Turner: Proud Marry, What's Love got to do with it, We don't need another Hero, When the Heartache is over, The Best,...
Guns'n'Roses: Paradis City, Sweet Child of Mine, Patience,...
Bob Marley: Redemption Song, Three Little Birds, Stir it Up, I shoot the
sheriff,...
Paul Simon: Gumboots, Homeless, Call me Al,...
Simon and Garfunkel: The Boxer, Sound of Silence, Wednesday Morning 4 AM, At the Zoo, Hazy Shades of Winter,...
Glenn Miller: In the Mood, Chatanooga Choo-choo, Moonlight Serenade,...
Benny Goodman: Sing sing sing, And the Angels Sing,...
Louis Prima: Just a Gigolo, Bona Sera, Angelina, Zooma-zooma,...
Mike Oldfield: Tubolar Bells, Midnight Shadow, Shadow on the wall, To France,...
Vangelis: Conquest of Paradise, I'll Find my way Home, Pulstar, Chariots of Fire,...
Jean Michelle Jare: Oxygen (best of them part 4)
Antonina Dvořak: The symphony of the new world
Carl Orff: Carmina Burana
Richard Strauss: Also Sprach Zaratustra
Aram Khachaturian: The Saber Dance
Edward Grieg: Peer Gynt
Pjotor Iljič Čajkovski: The Queen of Spades, Overture 1812, The Swan Lake,...
Thomas Dante: I wish, Uns trent das leben,...
Gilbert Bacquoe: Natalie, In Maitinant,...
Vanissa Paradis: Joe la Taxi, Be my Baby, Foule Sentiments,...
Hazard: Marie, Vsak je sam, Ni cvetja brez trnja, Otroci pankrtov...
Dr. Alban: Mata Oh Ah, Om We Rembwe, It's My Life, Hello Africa, Fire, Awellawellawellawellaeh, Look Who's Talking Now, Rocksteady Baby,...
The Golden Gate Quartet: Swing Low Sweet Chariot, High, Low, Wide, Hush,...
Frankie Lane: Gunfight at OK Corrall, Ghost Riders in the Sky, Rawhide, Mule Train,...
Tennessee Ernie Ford: The Ballad of Davy Crocket, Sixteen Tons,...
2 Unlimited: Jump For Joy, No limits, The Real Thing, Magic Friend,...
And these are just the ones I started typing. The list would go over 10 pages if I were to name most of the songs I have. I have 65G of mp3 music (and I like each and every song!!!), and still there are many more I'd like to have!

xoopx 15-01-2005 08:00 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Sebatianos@Jan 15 2005, 02:29 PM
. I have 65G of mp3 music
65gb?????????????????????????????????????????????? ???????????????????????
thats more than the uss enterprise computer can store

Sebatianos 16-01-2005 09:21 AM

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Originally posted by xoopx+Jan 15 2005, 11:00 PM--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (xoopx @ Jan 15 2005, 11:00 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-Sebatianos@Jan 15 2005, 02:29 PM
. I have 65G of mp3 music
65gb?????????????????????????????????????????????? ???????????????????????
thats more than the uss enterprise computer can store [/b][/quote]
Well downloading wasn't illegal until this year and I also converted all the favorite songs from my CD collection (around 250 CDs) into MP3 and I did the same with my brothers and my parents CDs (they used to be ours, but now we each live in seperate towns so I decided we should not loose any of our music choises...).

And I really liked it when I got a 120G HD. I thought that's enough for now (but I've bought a USB plug in disk for additional 200G...).

Enterprise eat your heart out (BTW the shuttle Enterprise had only 128k of memory and they said that should be enough for just about everything).

quatroking 16-01-2005 05:42 PM

I love electric.
(check out my jazz jackrabbit collection in the music section!)
And music like the supermario song.
(i love every nintendo song, so what?)
my favorite is 2ulimit and faces.
(jazz jackrabbit collection)



The battle music from Megaman battle network is really
cool too.

LOL I love games LOL

wormpaul 16-01-2005 06:28 PM

2 unlimited..

Just DUTCH

Loving it :Brain:

Sebatianos 16-01-2005 06:51 PM

Dutch had some great Techno bands. Rember 20-4-7? Their songs were:
Slave to the music, Leave them alone (their biggest hit), Take me away,...

xoopx 16-01-2005 07:00 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Sebatianos@Jan 16 2005, 07:51 PM
Dutch had some great Techno bands. Rember 20-4-7? Their songs were:
Slave to the music, Leave them alone (their biggest hit), Take me away,...

LOL but then there was 2-unlimited ;)

feminista 17-01-2005 09:24 PM

Quote:

a bunch of lesbians i knew got me into sleater-kinney, although i only have the 'dig me out' album
Ah, of course. Though, as far as lesbian music goes, I tend to prefer Team Dresch. It's funny, I just got Dig Me Out, and I like one or two of the songs, but generally I prefer the self-titled, and most normal people tend to like Call the Doctor better. A quandary indeed.

xoopx 17-01-2005 09:27 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by feminista@Jan 17 2005, 10:24 PM
Quote:

a bunch of lesbians i knew got me into sleater-kinney, although i only have the 'dig me out' album
Ah, of course. Though, as far as lesbian music goes, I tend to prefer Team Dresch. It's funny, I just got Dig Me Out, and I like one or two of the songs, but generally I prefer the self-titled, and most normal people tend to like Call the Doctor better. A quandary indeed.

LOL lesbian music.
other fine examples are ani difranco (suspect lesbianism seeing as she married a guy in the end) and peaches!

Gormash 17-01-2005 10:07 PM

I like very many categories of music, but I think old-school rock is my favourite genre.
I'm not into rap (Eminem being an exeption).

My alltime favourites, though, are PINK FLOYD. There is only ONE source of music that can compare, and that's what ROGER WATERS has produced since going solo...

"Amused to Death" is pure art! :w00t: :wub: :kosta:

Iron_Scarecrow 18-01-2005 02:17 AM

Mad World by Gary Jules is a nice song, found on the Donnie Darko soundtrack. And probably somewhere else, I'm not sure, and it's not really important where it can be found, as long as it is found. :blink:

It's a nice song. :ok:

cheesegrater 18-01-2005 02:36 AM

I like any movies about vampires.

Iron_Scarecrow 18-01-2005 02:50 AM

We're not talking about movies.

feminista 20-01-2005 11:11 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by xoopx@Jan 17 2005, 10:27 PM
LOL lesbian music.
other fine examples are ani difranco (suspect lesbianism seeing as she married a guy in the end) and peaches!

0_0 Peaches? Lesbians? I've never been able to listen to Peaches because I can't stand bands who sing only about sex, but I guess I never thought to check whether it was about heterosex or not. 0_o I'm shocked, given their live antics. But I guess it works the same way Wendy O. Williams can be considered a feminist.

And of course, I'm aware of Ani DiFranco, Indigo Girls, kd lang, etc, it's just that I limit my collection to punk for the most part. I really don't enjoy much else.

Titan 21-01-2005 05:30 AM

Have a friend (lives next door) who has Raided 8 harddrives, each 300 GB, into a 2,4 TB partition.. all filled with MP3's.. he has 3 more of those also in the same computer... (yes, 32 harddrives)

2.4 TB... music.. wow....... that's.... sick....

FreeFreddy 21-01-2005 12:50 PM

Crap, you're right there... :eeeeeh:
I have only around 1.6 GB of .mp3's on my HD, and that's more than enough I think. At least I don't really need more.

Danny252 21-01-2005 07:13 PM

I like trance..
wow and I have me only trance song next on me playlist

FreeFreddy 21-01-2005 09:43 PM

Now there should be more of them. ;)

SixApes 21-01-2005 10:15 PM

With over 6 writable DVD-R's and a handfull of CD-R's chocked full of MP3's.... my taste are very broad. I like everything from Goth/Black metal.... folk.... fusion..... classic rock, classical music, Psychadelic Pop, Acid Jazz...... the list could go on....

A few of my fav's though;

Blind Guardian
Mythos
Pink Floyd
Vivaldi
Orange Thumb
Miles Davis.... his works from the late 70's mostly....
Anorexic Skeleton
Aphex Twins
Tristania


Its such a small sample from my ever growing list. Im always interested in hearing new stuff, so please... if you have something fresh let me know.

John Watts 21-01-2005 10:21 PM

songs by eminem

xcom freak 21-01-2005 10:22 PM

BEST BAND EVER : U2

snowgirly 30-05-2013 04:29 AM

I like hip hop songs like "Day n Night" by cudi and drake, " best I've ever had" and etc., I like also slow rock and Jazz Music.

tingliu 25-06-2013 09:15 AM

I like hip hop songs like "Day n Night" by cudi and drake, " best I've ever had" and etc., I like also slow rock and Jazz Music.





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StaaViinsZ 27-09-2013 09:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Eagle of Fire (Post 32869)
I'm not really into music. I never buy an album of any group because I don't feel like there is good enough music out there to waste money on when you can get it free. Plus, I know for sure that half of each CD is a filler of the precedent. You would probably get a few (if not only one) good song on it and the rest only fill up space to give the impression it was worth the purchase.

I mainly prefer to listen to Pop and Rock (mainly on the radio when I'm driving), and I just can't stand Country and Rap.

Basically, any music which has a good beat and good rymes will usually go by me.

You just ignored that Rap has good beats and (typically) good rhymes.
Not saying good lyrical themes or language, but I always thought of it as cool besides those quite ugly sores in it's side.
Christian Rap anyone?

Country, I refuse to defend. No grounds in my mind. It has beats and rhymes too, but, eh, not in my head.

You have a very strange attitude about music. Some times, though, it's just what you're into. Some people aren't into video games, (:omg:) some not into music.

It's strange to me because I have discovered whole albums that I like EVERY song on it in some way or another.

Try: The New Cities; Lost in City Lights.

Every song, great album. Very much in the Pop/Rock Genre.
You should check it out. PM me if you do and you like. Otherwise, ignore. :(

StaaViinsZ 27-09-2013 09:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WhiteWolf (Post 32795)
Hello! ^_^
I'm a bit curious...
What kind of music do you like most?
And what band?

Allright... I love melodic metal :ok: and my favorite band is Blind Guardian... and Angra (the new album is great!)

- Sorry for my english... -

I LUVVVVVVVVV Melodic metal too!!
For real!

I am more into the Christian side of melodic metal, though, like Stryper, Mad Max, ReinXeed, Golden Resurrection, and Bloodgood.

Check some out if you wish. You might be surprised at the quality of the music!

saibot216 05-10-2013 10:05 PM

I'm into industrial, synth pop, punk, and on occassion noise and ambient.

My favorite band changes constantly, but at the moment it's Douglas J McCarthy.

saibot216 05-10-2013 10:07 PM

I'm into industrial, synth pop, punk, and on occassion noise and ambient.

My favorite band changes constantly, but at the moment it's Douglas J McCarthy.

nerevar007 13-12-2013 12:40 PM

I'm into rock music: Billy Talent, Killradio, Escape The Fate, Rise Against, My Chemical Romance - this kind of stuff.

twillight 15-12-2013 10:49 PM

listen this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCfJAGCa1P8

yoga 16-12-2013 03:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by twillight (Post 458585)

This song is strange for me.
I like tradditional irish songs and sweet ladies' songs - Maddy Prior from Steeleye Spane, Ann Brigs, Sandy Denny (RIP dear Sandy).

Ykes211 16-12-2013 03:15 PM

Alternative Indie I would say: Arcade Fire, Alt J, Fenster, and the like ...

Spiritspawn 18-09-2014 09:52 PM

I'm a fan of most music.... (How Generic) but mostly bands like Pantera, Cradle of Filth, AFI, Blink 182, Morbid Angel.... Quite a mix really.....

picolla 18-06-2019 09:04 AM

Adelle, Eminem, Kiss

Honemen 16-07-2019 08:16 AM

Yeah rock!

samhenry 17-05-2020 01:20 PM

Adele, Dababy, Lil pump

DrWho42 18-05-2020 06:32 PM

broadcast, magnetic fields, mountain goats, neko case, stereolab

Scatty 21-05-2020 02:05 PM

Danheim - Hefna

LaughingSnowman 01-08-2020 11:38 PM

I'm all over the place with music but I like 80s New Wave, Synth-pop, House, Eurodance, Post-Disco. Currently enjoying Jessie Ware's new album. It's like a grown up version of Dua Lipa's newer stuff.

EricaR 06-08-2020 08:43 AM

I'm not interested in listening songs.. My preference is instrumental music.. Especially, Flute music and guitar music.. I feel any song more deeply when playing it instrumental rather than singing it in words..

Scatty 09-08-2020 12:09 PM

Indeed, a melodic play of sound can often express a lot more than any words in a song, if one just listens to it with open mind.

florianix 14-08-2020 05:29 AM

Depends on the lyrics.
Can't name many where I like the music and the lyrics however.


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