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Old 2007-06-17, 07:48   Link #41
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Hell yeah! I get that with White Lips Kissed by Mew. It's such a beautiful song.
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Old 2007-06-18, 08:12   Link #42
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I loove metal, like Iron Maiden, Metallica, Rob Zombie and Motorhead.
I also love grunge METAL bands like Seether and Alice in Chains.
Faith No More is my fave band ever! Theyre like every genre fused into one band, all infused with pure metal. If people rapped like Patton does in Epic, then the world would be a much better place I say.
I also like marilyn manson, fear me ^-^ hahaha
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Old 2007-06-18, 09:58   Link #43
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I have a distaste in screaming/yelling. Preferably oriental rock/pop. These ears hate rap, except HOME MADE KAZOKU.
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Old 2007-06-18, 11:45   Link #44
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Hell yeah! I get that with White Lips Kissed by Mew. It's such a beautiful song.
And not just that... I love to just sit and listen to Sigur Ros. Such... words can't describe them. But they make me feel... ahhh..................
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Old 2007-06-18, 17:58   Link #45
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And not just that... I love to just sit and listen to Sigur Ros. Such... words can't describe them. But they make me feel... ahhh..................
If you like Sigur Ros, check out the Album Leaf. Also some of Henry Cow's music was quite similar (Ruin is one example), although they explored a lot of different ideas.
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Old 2007-07-17, 04:23   Link #46
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Good, so a music thread does exist in General chat...
I listen to Garage, Grime (NOT channel U crap) & RnB.
Seems most of you guys listen to rock I havent even heard most of those artists before
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Old 2007-07-17, 06:22   Link #47
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I'm headbanging to MtH's ぶっ生き返す right now
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Old 2007-07-17, 06:42   Link #48
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I'm headbanging to MtH's ぶっ生き返す right now
I think I just fell in love with whatever band is playing in that video.

Anywho! I like listening to a variety of genres. Some of my favorite musicians are VNV Nation, Wumpscut, Nine Inch Nails, Kzi, Alize, Johnny Cash, And One, Bjrk, Danny Elfman, Combichrist, Yoko Kanno, KMFDM, Malice Mizer, and Mindless Self Indulgence. I'd name genres, but as you see, I do alot of jumping around when it comes to them.
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Old 2007-07-17, 07:06   Link #49
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I think I just fell in love with whatever band is playing in that video.

Anywho! I like listening to a variety of genres. Some of my favorite musicians are VNV Nation, Wumpscut, Nine Inch Nails, Kzi, Alize, Johnny Cash, And One, Bjrk, Danny Elfman, Combichrist, Yoko Kanno, KMFDM, Malice Mizer, and Mindless Self Indulgence. I'd name genres, but as you see, I do alot of jumping around when it comes to them.
Maximum the Hormone.
Believe it or not, although their styles may not seem like it, they do quite a few anime themes.

AirMaster ending, Akagi ending, and Death Note 2nd OP & 2nd ED.
And unlike other "licensed artists" that do songs for anime, these guys actually writes up lyrics matching the content and theme of each show, and captures it in the lyrics. (For example, Akagi ED is all about Mahjong and Akagi's lifestyle, Air Master ED is about training and honing one's street brawling abilities, Death Note ED is about using death note to rid world of the sinners)

Although they are pretty hard-core sounding, and hardly a typical J-pop found in anime, they are actually MORE respectful of their subjects.
I respect that, very much.

Oh, and it rocks. Hard.
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Old 2007-07-17, 07:25   Link #50
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Maximum the Hormone.
Believe it or not, although their styles may not seem like it, they do quite a few anime themes.

AirMaster ending, Akagi ending, and Death Note 2nd OP & 2nd ED.
And unlike other "licensed artists" that do songs for anime, these guys actually writes up lyrics matching the content and theme of each show, and captures it in the lyrics. (For example, Akagi ED is all about Mahjong and Akagi's lifestyle, Air Master ED is about training and honing one's street brawling abilities, Death Note ED is about using death note to rid world of the sinners)

Although they are pretty hard-core sounding, and hardly a typical J-pop found in anime, they are actually MORE respectful of their subjects.
I respect that, very much.

Oh, and it rocks. Hard.
I stopped watching Death Note after it got licensed, a decision I still regret. I suppose I'll check out YouTube to find a link to the 2nd version of the end and opening themes. So what you're saying is that MtH is creative, and likes to make music, right? That sounds great. I wish all animes had theme songs to go with the actual story.
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Old 2007-07-17, 07:48   Link #51
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That MTH band seems a little crazy to me...everyone has their tastes though .
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Old 2007-07-17, 08:00   Link #52
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I'm headbanging to MtH's ぶっ生き返す right now
haha...i am just waiting for one of those guys to smash their head on the mic stand or something XD
interesting...though i usually hate screaming type music this one strangely captivates me...must be the shaolin monk working his magic on me
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Old 2007-07-17, 09:03   Link #53
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I like a lot of tracks from Maximum the Hormone but Buikikaesu is pretty lame imo.

...for an amazing track, even with animated video, check this^^:
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Old 2007-07-17, 11:22   Link #54
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I listen to Punk, Hardcore, Indie, Rock, Electronic, Digital Hardcore, Techno, Eurobeat, a litte bit of rap, and a little bit of metal. Some of my favorite bands probably cross into other genres of music, but it is so hard to label some bands because their style is all over the place. I also listen to some J-Music, but not that much.

You can never go wrong with some Portugal. The Man.
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Old 2007-07-17, 16:32   Link #55
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UK Grime. Artists include Skepta, Wiley, JME, Lethal B, Scorcher & many more.

The sound is a mixture of all different genres of music including reggae, hip-hip, electro & rap. The production is made on the computer and MCs 'spit' on the beat.

Grime was born in the late 2001s. Check it out on wikipedia if you want.
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Old 2007-07-17, 17:17   Link #56
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UK Grime. Artists include Skepta, Wiley, JME, Lethal B, Scorcher & many more.

The sound is a mixture of all different genres of music including reggae, hip-hip, electro & rap. The production is made on the computer and MCs 'spit' on the beat.

Grime was born in the late 2001s. Check it out on wikipedia if you want.
I like Grime but apart from Boy Better Know & The Movement and a few individuals like Tinchy Stryder and Kano and a couple of others the rest of grime is whack.
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Old 2007-07-17, 19:13   Link #57
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I've been listening to a lot of J-pop lately. I like listening to my Anipara Club Dance Dance No. 1. Favorite Songs: "Tomorrow" (FMP) and "Forever Love" (X- The Movie)

I also love the Blue Man Group and their style.
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Old 2007-07-17, 21:58   Link #58
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Listen to "Erotic Lounge" series. It's a series of different groups/songs... Very relaxed... lounge/ambient/trance music.. not at all sexual.
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Old 2007-07-18, 11:37   Link #59
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I like Grime but apart from Boy Better Know & The Movement and a few individuals like Tinchy Stryder and Kano and a couple of others the rest of grime is whack.
Yeah its currently going through a deadout phase. Grime 2001-2005 was the best. Do you collect instrumentals?? I got about 500 lol
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Yeah its currently going through a deadout phase. Grime 2001-2005 was the best. Do you collect instrumentals?? I got about 500 lol
I dont really do instumentals ive got lyk 50 low deep ones and a couple of scorchers ones and duppy but apart from that not much.
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