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Old 2003-11-12, 14:14   Link #61
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Favorite Bands: Rhapsody, Blind Guardian, Iced Earth, Children of Bodom, Danzig, and Pink Floyd.

Favorite music genre: symphonic metal
Symphonic metal.. is that like.. operatic metal?
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Old 2003-11-12, 14:17   Link #62
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Radiohead, Coldplay, Within Temptation, Nightwish

I virtually listen to anything.
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Old 2003-11-12, 23:08   Link #63
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It's a Psychobilly Freakout!

I'm surprised no one has mentioned any Psychobilly yet, with how bit it is over ther. My favorite are:

Nekromantix
Goddless Wicked Creeps
Mad Sin
Tiger Army
Asmodeaus
The Quakes
Demented Are Go!
The Meteors
Os Catalepticos
Batmobile
Calavera
Empress of Fur



just to name a few
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Old 2003-11-12, 23:14   Link #64
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just a copy/paste from my blog ^^;
Deftones, Tool, A Perfect Circle, Will Haven, Tindersticks, Bluebob, Funeral Diner, Mogwai, Tristeza, Tarentel, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Unwound, Explosions in the sky, Rachel's, Incubus, Massive Attack, Led Zep, Arab Strap, Nine Inch Nails, Nihil, Buck-Tick, Kohann, Scred Connexion, Cypress Hill, Kaospilot, Angora Static, The Mars Volta, At the Drive-in, Beastie Boys, Denali, Dieradiodie, Lack, Fiona Apple, Ani DiFranco, Horace Andy, Norah Jones, Dave Gahan, Depeche Mode, Radiohead, Yoko Kanno...
www.epitonic.com is Heaven ^^
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Old 2003-11-27, 05:11   Link #65
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actually my favorite music is good music, wether its rock, rap, country,classical, what ever. as long as its good.
heh:
same here...... rite now for me is "system of down"
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Old 2003-11-27, 08:41   Link #66
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hey... a fellow jpop/jrock fan... nice to meet you...

Siam Shade is my absolue fave even tho they disbanded...
me too...have some of their songs...looking to buy their albums here but can't find them aaarrrggghhhh so well....you know....but i love their songs. the lead vocalist's voice is also good.

i actually don't understand their lyrics since i don't know the japanese language, but some of fave songs are 1/3, lovesick and 1999 (oh that rocks).

nowadays i also listen to alot of anime soundtracks, usually when i watch anime i skip through the opening but lately i've been listening to them, it's great actually.

eg. day-break (ayashi no ceres), aki maeda (that's her name methinks from the anime "boys be...") and also the FMP? fumoffu OP and ED, i like the songs.

edit: just realised, the thread is "i don't mean anime music".

actually if you're wondering, i also listen to english music now and then, used to like linkin park and Sum 41 (not anymore tho) but now listening to mandy moore.

actually, her songs are the only english songs i have in my playlist.
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Old 2003-11-27, 10:40   Link #67
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my fav. music...

.- Eiffel 65
.- 883
.- Safri Duo
.- Paps n Skar
.- Safeway
.- Lady Bouncer
.- Dj Lhasa
.- Dj Gabry Ponte.
.- Daddy Dj
.- ICE MC

dude! im the unique here that listen Electronic music?
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Old 2003-11-27, 11:43   Link #68
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yes! eiffel65! hehehe great group, my console was a great song (p l a y s t a t i o n.. *breaks into song*)

Creed, 3 doors down, barenaked ladies, linkin park, I listen to basically anything I can get my hands on, I'll listen to country, classical it really doesn't matter, it basically depends on what kind of mood I'm in.
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Old 2003-11-27, 11:49   Link #69
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yes! eiffel65! hehehe great group, my console was a great song (p l a y s t a t i o n.. *breaks into song*)
that song is cool, but i think that Move Your Body and 80's stars are the best of the group
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Old 2003-11-27, 14:12   Link #70
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I love any classical music^_^
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Old 2003-11-27, 15:12   Link #71
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By the by, the "Classical" period in Western (or European) music history only lasted from about 1750 - 1825. This includes such composers as Mozart and Beethoven, but not Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Tchaikovsky, Wagner, Chopin, Ravel and a good many others. It's inaccurate to lump them all together under the umbrella of "Classical" as this term not only refers to a specific period in history (in which many of them were not composing) but also to some important stylistic and thematic distinctions.
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Old 2003-11-27, 15:58   Link #72
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wasnt favorite movie thread closed in 1 day? why is this still up?
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Old 2003-11-27, 19:15   Link #73
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I primarily listen to ska:
Against all Authority
Catch 22
Operation Ivy
Leftover Crack/Choking Victim (punk/ska)
Specials
Bruce Lee Band
Streetlight Manifesto
Mad Caddies

I listen to some good ol' punk too:
Dead Kennedys
Civil Disobedience
G.B.H.
Minor Threat
Lower Class Brats
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Old 2003-11-28, 06:43   Link #74
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I primarily listen to ska:
Against all Authority
Catch 22
Operation Ivy
Leftover Crack/Choking Victim (punk/ska)
Specials
Bruce Lee Band
Streetlight Manifesto
Mad Caddies
I was wondering if people were still listening to ska anymore. My second show ever was a ska show with Skankin Pickle, Less Than Jake, and Easy Big Fella. Man that was a lot of fun. Seems like I don't see many ska shows anymore, or if it's a ska band it's more ska/punk with almost all of the emphisis on the punk. Not really something you can dance too.

I like most of those groups too.
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Old 2003-11-28, 09:49   Link #75
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I was wondering if people were still listening to ska anymore. My second show ever was a ska show with Skankin Pickle, Less Than Jake, and Easy Big Fella. Man that was a lot of fun. Seems like I don't see many ska shows anymore, or if it's a ska band it's more ska/punk with almost all of the emphisis on the punk. Not really something you can dance too.

I like most of those groups too.
You'd be surprised how many people still listen to ska . Most of them are punks though.
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Old 2003-11-28, 11:12   Link #76
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People these days are more addicted to Linkin Park, Limp Bizkit, Korn, Slipknot and so on. Nobody cares for the good, ol' and real rock anymore...
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Old 2003-11-28, 12:43   Link #77
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"soulful" house
"funky" house
some "funky" jazz
some drum and base
some hiphop
some rnb
UK Garage (4/4, 2 step)
non commercial dancehall
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Old 2003-11-29, 01:28   Link #78
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ASIAN KUNG-FU GENERATION all the way! Vicious, as a fellow fan, I think you know why I like this band oh, so much.

Did you hear their new album Kunkei Five M, yet? It's awesome! Awesome I tells ya!
I'm only missing one song... 'Entrance'. Can't seem to get that one.
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Old 2003-11-29, 22:28   Link #79
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People these days are more addicted to Linkin Park, Limp Bizkit, Korn, Slipknot and so on. Nobody cares for the good, ol' and real rock anymore...
That's because no one these days has an opinion of their own. I'm not saying that all the people who listen to all that stuff (which is in it's own right good) get into it to look cool, but millions of people do. And because they get into the whole scene of the music, they brush aside good music because it's "just not cool".
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Old 2003-11-29, 23:09   Link #80
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ASIAN KUNG-FU GENERATION all the way! Vicious, as a fellow fan, I think you know why I like this band oh, so much.

Did you hear their new album Kunkei Five M, yet? It's awesome! Awesome I tells ya!
I'm only missing one song... 'Entrance'. Can't seem to get that one.
Yeah, KUNKEI FIVE M IS DA BEST! There's no Asian Kung-Fu Generation song that I don't like, Kiva-san. I like them all, but my favorite is Kimi to Iu Hana (like the single version better). Entrance is cool too, look forward to it.

And McGrugg-san, you're right, unfortanely... if someone at least listened to Stairway to Heaven, that's the real, good and ol' rock. Immigrant Song, Babe I'm Gonna Leave You, Dazed and Confused... White Summer, hear Jimmy Page and his magical guitar, he's along with Jimi Hendrix the best guitarrist ever! Gotta to Jimmy Page At least people still likes Metallica (even though St. Anger is horrible, the best Metallica album IMO is Ride the Lightning, and then the classic and most famous Black Album).
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