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05-28-2012, 11:10 PM
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Not a huge dance/dubstep guy, but holy ****, this song has been listened to by me each day for like the last three months:



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Don't even get me started on AC/DC. The era of Bon Scott: amazing. I absolutely love them. Don't give me any **** about power cords. If you don't like "Girls Got Rythym" or "If You Want Blood", kiss my ass!




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some good songs were posted here...

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Hi guys. I'm wondering if any of you go to lolapalooza and know how the scalper situation works....For example, if I go to the park around 4pm just for the Sunday, will I be able to get a pair of cheap tickets since the day is almost over and do they still sell tickets that late into the afternoon? trying to see if there is cheaper option other than stubhub ..only found out about this band playing a few days ago or else I would have purchased tickets already

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Serj <3

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Some songs I have been listening to a lot lately.

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06-26-2012, 04:42 AM
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Most of the music I listen to is something electronic, but I try to keep an open mind and don't dismiss any genre outright. There are gems everywhere. That said, I have little interest in metal, rock and punk, although one of my all time favourite bands is Tool.
As for the electronic music that I like it's mostly the more eclectic and experimental stuff along with ambient, the different flavours of techno and some early noughties psytrance and progressive. Other genres that I enjoy are hip-hop (although it's mostly 90s stuff and rarely the new stuff), jazz/fusion, psychedelic/progressive/stoner rock.
Artists I appreciate from all the genres I mostly listen to, in no specific order:
Tool, RATM, NIN, Wu-Tang Clan, Beastie Boys, Madlib, J Dilla, Autechre, Boards of Canada, Squarepusher, DeepChord/Echospace, Basic Channel, Monolake, Vladislav Delay, Biosphere, Led Zeppelin, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Herbie Hancock, Miles Davis, Kyuss, Future Sound of London...

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06-26-2012, 08:29 AM
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For anyone who wants to download music and pay for it, but not pay $0.99/song, check out www.soundike.com

It's a pretty awesome site I found, songs I think are $0.12, and you get 20% or of something like that if you buy the whole album. Depending how much you deposit, they'll even match what you deposit. I paid $30, and got $60 in credits and it bought me a ton of music.


Not sure if this is considered advertising and against forum rules, but feel free to delete this post if it is.

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06-26-2012, 10:06 AM
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I wonder how much of that money actually goes to the artists, not much I bet.

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I wonder how much of that money actually goes to the artists, not much I bet.
Not like they get anything when you buy from iTunes.

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06-27-2012, 08:15 PM
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I'm gonna be that guy and go ahead and plug my own band.



I play lead guitar and wrote a decent majority of this particular song. For the prog metalheads on here, this should be right up your alley, although it's a little 'djenty' as some of the kids nowadays would say.

We've got a few shows coming up July 7th at the Oasis and we're opening up for The Contortionist, Jeff Loomis and Chimp Spanner in Joliet on July 15th. If anyone shows up for either of those shows, I'll buy you a beer.

I'd love some opinions.

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06-27-2012, 08:41 PM
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I'm at a payphone trying to call home,
All of my change I spent on you.
Where have the times gone, baby it's all wrong,
Where are the plans we made for two?

Yeah, I, I know it's hard to remember,
The people we used to be,
It's even harder to picture,
That you're not here next to me.

I got that song 3 weeks ago. #MostPlayed

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06-27-2012, 09:01 PM
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Genres I listen to: Hard rock, classic country
Favorite genre: Hard rock
Five favorite artists/bands/groups: Zeppelin, Nugent, Robin Trouwer, Hendrix, Patsy Cline
Favorite song: Boys are back in town
Favorite song to get pumped up to: Hells Bells
Best concert to see:Bruce Springsteen
Genres I despise:Hip Hop
Arists/bands/groups I despiseon't know, I ignore them
Songs I despiseon't know, I ignore them


So much great music already mentioned, so little time to enjoy it.

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06-27-2012, 09:37 PM
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Genres I listen to: Hard rock, classic country
Favorite genre: Hard rock
Five favorite artists/bands/groups: Zeppelin, Nugent, Robin Trouwer, Hendrix, Patsy Cline
Favorite song: Boys are back in town
Favorite song to get pumped up to: Hells Bells
Best concert to see:Bruce Springsteen
Genres I despise:Hip Hop
Arists/bands/groups I despiseon't know, I ignore them
Songs I despiseon't know, I ignore them


So much great music already mentioned, so little time to enjoy it.
I just gained so much respect for you.

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06-28-2012, 09:03 AM
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Anyone have some good gym/running tunes to suggest? Love rock, but really don't have a big selection. Just need some fresh tunes. Been on a big Collective Soul kick lately, as well as Stevie Ray Vaughn.

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Genres I listen to: Hard rock, classic country
Favorite genre: Hard rock
Five favorite artists/bands/groups: Zeppelin, Nugent, Robin Trouwer, Hendrix, Patsy Cline
Favorite song: Boys are back in town
Favorite song to get pumped up to: Hells Bells
Best concert to see:Bruce Springsteen
Genres I despise:Hip Hop
Arists/bands/groups I despiseon't know, I ignore them
Songs I despiseon't know, I ignore them


So much great music already mentioned, so little time to enjoy it.
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I just gained so much respect for you.
I sure hope Stanbo's favorite is not "Waiting for an Alibi"!

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06-28-2012, 01:27 PM
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I listen to lots of different things. From new country, most popular 80s music, thrash metal like Megadeth or Slayer, to classic rock like John Lennon or Reo Speedwagon or hair metal from the 80's/early 90s. I'm irritated that I wasn't able to see Reo at Northerly Island this past Sunday. It's been crazy at work and I just didn't have time.


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I enjoy the peculiar.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jL6vYbCjAqo

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Fav genre: Metal, and limited rap
Fav artists: Iron Maiden, Lamb of God, Nevermore, Quo Vadis, Chimaira, & Eminem

Impossible to pick one song as my all time favourite,
But right now: Visitation - Lamb of God
Favourite album: Killers-Iron Maiden
Best concert: Lamb of God at Sounds of the Underground- 2006?

Genres I hate - Pop, Country, r&b, basically everything except the above, some classic rock and 90's rock

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06-29-2012, 09:27 AM
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Genres I listen to: Metal/Rock - radio during work
Favorite genre: just look at the bands - melodic metal, progressiv Rock/Metal.
Five favorite artists/bands/groups: KoRn, In Flames, System of a Down many many more
Favorite song: too many and will change every day. But In Flames and KoRn
Favorite song to get pumped up to: Bodies - Drowning Pool
Best concert to see: local band in germany
Genres I despise: Black for the most part (german Hip Hop...) and Techno
Arists/bands/groups I despise: Gaga, Bieber, crap
Songs I despise: Warriors of the World
You know damn well that Bubba loves David Hasselhoff. It's a requirement for all Germans

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06-29-2012, 01:30 PM
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I've been looking for freedom was very popular in germany... it's still well known. Hassel the Hoffs time is over, even in Germany

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Genres I listen to: Pop and Rock (but mostly French and Italian of these) and WORLD MUSIC...

Favourite genre: (determined by the artists)...

Favourite artists: Mylene Farmer,Laura Pausini,Nek, Gianluca Grignani,Giorgia, Alessandra Amoroso,Irene Grandi,Celine Dion(but only when she sings Jean-Jacques Goldman songs in French), Claudio Baglioni,Tizziano Ferro,Gigi D'Alessio.....and in world music: Yasmine Levy,Idan Raichel, Habib Koite,Salif Keita,Cheikh Lo,Ismail Lo,Eryka Badu...

AS you can see I do not listen to much of the garbage that passes for muisic on the American,English and Canadian English pop and rock "star" commercial playlists ...I also hate country and heavy metal genres...I like listening to music in foreign languages --especially Italian pop nd pop rock artists --even though I do not speak Italian-but the music and artistry are so good from so many gret artitss there...I do speak and understand a bit of French and so I can enjoy certain artits singing in that language... I love african world beat music and the special Israeli Hebrew/ethiopian and middle east fusion mix that Idan Raichel puts into his projects --AND the
ethereal Spanish/Ladino albums of Israeli singer Yasmin Levy ...

If I had to single out the 2 singers whose CD's I play the most it defintely would be NEK and GIANLICA GRIGNANI ---all of NEK's Cd's are great whether in the Italian or Spanish versions (I do speak and understand some Spanish BUT I prefer him in his origibal Italin versions)...GRIGNANI is a music genius --I particularly like his
Il Re del Niente and Romantico Rock Show Cd's --but he has produced iconic songs like Destiazione Paradiso that even pop stars like Laura Pausini have covered in their versions..Grignani is a genius of singer-songwriting and has gotten better in production values over time in his own performances on the Cd's..

I do not go to concerts -mainly because the artits i like are foreign stars who do not tour in my city...I have seen a laura Pausini concert on video though --her famous
2007 live concert at San Siro the big Milan Soccer stadium --absolutely GREAT--
and so one day i hope to see her and/or one of my other favourite Italian pop and pop-rock singers like Nek or Grignani in a live concert in Italy ..OR if I go to Paris ,maybe a Mylene Farmer concert at the Olympia or at Bercy...

Bieber,Gaga, American hip-hop and gangsta rap--its all DRECK! There is a WORLD of real unique and gifted musical artits out there -unfortunately they do not get heard much in the claptrap of American or Canadian "popular" music stations --foreign language is one issue--but when the music is not only good but GREAT -if you had any sense of "QUALITY" you would listen to the stuff i like and not the lowest common denominator 'pap' that passes for "music' on the North American airwaves and what remains in the ever fewer music store outlets...
No only are today's youth no longer buying CD's ,they prefer downloading just songs they like from their favourite "artists" off itunes ...The result is a pandering to both the trendy and a tiring repetition of so much similar styles and genre sing by numbers
treatments that it is all blending into the same blob of music we've heard before -only the video going with the music is the 'art' now-the music has lost originality or important meaning..it is all so tiring and rendundant and even the "stars" singing it are really not that talented or offer much substance...a few can sing (like Rhianna) but her stuff is all so repetitive and geared to the video that as the video stories change you think you are getting originality when in fact the music sounds about the same --same beats,same hooks....bleah...Bieber is tween girl candy -that is it..
And I hate rappers...so that leaves me to flee offshore where can find gebuinely original songwriter-singer artits-despite not singing in English ...

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I'd love some opinions.
Not really a genre I listen to much these days (and I have no idea what the **** a djenty is ) but I liked it. Catchy, and I did like the lead guitar work. Tend to prefer more melodic stuff like that. Not a fan of growly vocals but it wasn't a big issue for me here.

You remind me of Oceansize kind of, with a little bit of Isis too. Like I said don't really know a lot of the genre though. I think it would be one of those songs that are better live too. Good job!

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