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ManicMatt

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Re: The music thread
« Reply #40 on: 19 Nov 2006, 10:57 »
Hmm that beats the drum machine trousers, m0ds!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/nottingham/content/articles/2006/10/31/marc_bull_beat_pantz_feature.shtml

Oh. I just used to know a guy that would say he only liked Genesis before Phil joined. So i got a little confused, yet I'm still technically right to ask then, haha!

Nirvana. The band Thoria gets tireless comparisons to them. I love Thoria. "She keeps bodies in the attic!" and "I've got satan in my life" oh ho great stuff! :)

I'm not into Nirvana. But my older brother is. I do like Dave's band The Foo Fighters though. It's like a generation thing or something or you get me, if you count a six year age gap as generations. I think you still don't get me. Ah well tough ptooie.

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Re: The music thread
« Reply #41 on: 28 Dec 2006, 01:41 »
I mostly listen to reggae bands like Bob Marley and The Wailers or Steel Pulse. I like Tears For Fears too.
I'm composing the music for this game:



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Re: The music thread
« Reply #42 on: 12 Jan 2007, 01:03 »
What were your top ten fave albums of 2006? (Actually released that year!)

Mine are...

10. The Flaming Lips - War of the Mystics

9. Keane - Under the Iron Sea

8. mclusky - mcluskyism

7. The Dears - Gang of Losers

6. The Pipettes - We are..

5. Less Than Jake - In With The Out Crowd

Less ska punk and more rock, but a fine album never the less.
4. Mr Lif - Mo Mega

My favourate hip-hop artist!
3. One Two - Love Again

Found them on.. myspace. Found them again in my local record shop.
2. And One - Bodypop

My fave German act!
1. The Wonderstuff - Suspended by Stars

One of my childhood bands still rocking today! (the ones that are still alive and willing, that is)

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Re: The music thread
« Reply #43 on: 12 Jan 2007, 14:47 »
Ok, third time's the charm. Opera crashed twice while I was writing this post. Anyway, it's hard to make a list. There were so few that I really bought, and most of them were older than 2006. 2005 on the other hand was an awesome year. But this'll give a direction of somekind.

0,5 Pure Reason Revolution - The Dark Third (added later, bought it after my post)
1. The Flower Kings - Paradox Hotel
2. TikTak - Myrskyn Edellä
3. Tasavallan Presidentti - Six Complete
4. Bunnymilk - Pulse
5. Dream Theater - Octavarium (this was -06, right?)
6. Magenta - Home
7. Deep Purple - Rapture of the Deep
8. Velislav Ivanov - Under Dark Skies
9. Lordi - Arockalypse
10. Dunno
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Re: The music thread
« Reply #44 on: 12 Jan 2007, 17:05 »
1. The Flower Kings - Paradox Hotel

These folks play good!!



Some of my favourite bands:

Enslaved
Windir
Taake
Old Mans Child
Gentle Giant
Ikuinen Kaamos
Gåte
Kvist
Mistur
The Flower Kings

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Re: The music thread
« Reply #45 on: 12 Jan 2007, 18:59 »
Great Ones Peder!

Wrote some of my favourite bands and albums in no specific order.
Hard to grade them but here they are:

Abigor(AUS) - (Apokalypse, Nachthymnen)
Pagan Reign(RUS) - (Tverd)
Dissection(SWE) - (The Somberlain, Storm of the Lights Bane)
Temnozor(RUS)
Beatles - (Rubber Soul, Magical Mystery Tour)
Tribes of Caïn(SWI) - (Supra Absurdum)
Ulver(NOR) - (Bergtatt)
Megadeth(USA) - (Killing is my business...)
Jimi Hendrix
Mayhem(NOR) - (De Mysteriis dom Sathanaas)
Burzum(NOR) - (Det som en Gang Var, Hlidskalf)
Enslaved(NOR) - (Mardraum)
Darkthrone(NOR) - (A Blaze in the Northern Sky)
Apprentice 2 - soundtrack
Kreator(GER) - (Violent Revolution)
Arkona(RUS) - (Revival)
Smashing Pumpkins - (Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness)
Wojciech Kilar - (Dracula Soundtrack)



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Re: The music thread
« Reply #46 on: 14 Jan 2007, 23:34 »
 don't think bought 10 albums in 2006, but of the few I did buy these were my favourites:

Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Show Your Bones
Wolfmother
Long Blondes - Someone to Drive you Home

And the Best Album I've ever bought also happened to be in 2006....
...
Muse - Blackholes and Revelations.... it's awesome.

Other bands I like:

Placebo (Meds didn't make my favourtie album list, though)
Pennywise
Offspring
Terrorvision
Polysics
Sex Pistols
Mad Capsule Markets.
Bit of a mixed bag really but then I'm a bit of a mixed up individual. :o

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Re: The music thread
« Reply #47 on: 15 Jan 2007, 00:06 »
Placebo
Terrorvision
Polysics
Mad Capsule Markets.

RESPECT! I love all of those!

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Re: The music thread
« Reply #48 on: 31 Jan 2007, 02:05 »
I mainly listen to Rock, but i do like some Industrial, Big beat & Electronic
In order of favourites...

1. Kyuss                                       9. Masters of Reality
2. Queens Of The Stoneage       10. The Shamen
3. Lacuna Coil                             11. Kraftwerk
4. The Prodigy                             12. Dead Can Dance
5. Gamma Ray                             13. Static X
6. Chemical Brothers
7. Crystal Method
8. Ulrich Schnauss
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Re: The music thread
« Reply #49 on: 01 Feb 2007, 12:00 »
In no particular order:

1. the Meteors
2. Demented Are Go!
3. Batmobile
4. Long Tall Texans
5. Notre Dame
6. Finntroll
7. The Misfits
8. Ill Disposed
9. Strapping Young Lad
10. Megadeth
11. Mr. Bungle
12. faith no More
13. Amon Amarth

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Re: The music thread
« Reply #50 on: 01 Feb 2007, 16:25 »
I like Fall Out Boy, My Chemical Romance, Green Day, The Clash, and other various emo/punk bands.

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Re: The music thread
« Reply #51 on: 02 Feb 2007, 00:17 »
I haven't heard of several of the bands mentioned.  I guess that makes sense, because I don't listen to pop or rock music.  We have a great 24hr classical music station in Cincinnati to which I usually listen (when I'm not listening to the Christian preaching/teaching station.)

My favourite music composers:
Dvorak
Handel
Mendohlsson
Tchaikovsky
Haydn
Luther

My favourite teachers:
R.C. Sproul
Lasaire Bradley, Jr.
J. Vernon McGee
David Jeremiah

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Re: The music thread
« Reply #52 on: 09 Feb 2007, 19:52 »

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Re: The music thread
« Reply #53 on: 17 Feb 2007, 07:35 »
I like a whole bunch of stuff. The Dead 60s, The Coral, The Arctic Monkeys, Creedence, mc chris, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, The Specials, Reel Big Fish, Rage Against the Machine, Johnny Cash, Flogging Molly, Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet, CAKE, and a ton of other bands that I don't feel like naming.

Oh, and I also love chiptunes, especially Dualtrax's music. Anyone here ever listen to Kohina.org?
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Re: The music thread
« Reply #54 on: 26 Feb 2007, 05:23 »
I'm still in avant garde stuff... And Death Metal, so for me it's stuff like (in no order)
- Gorguts (the very definition of Techno Death)
- Naked City (the very definition of... well, sure thing it's the very definition of something, someone could name it Avantgarde Jazzcore Grind but not myself)
- Necrophagia (the most killing band - to listen on BIG speakers / headphones)
- Pungent Stench (Particularly Dirty Rhymes and Psychotronic Beats album, for it's Boogie/Brutal Death and bad Pink Floyd puns - DO NOT try later albums, they SUCK)
- Carcass (the classical in British Death Metal, everything from Necroticism, especially Heartwork)

I usually do not listen to *dumb* death (like Cannibal Corpse, SFU, whatever) nor "poser" one (COF, Children of Bodom, In Flames, etc). Though I did an exception for Dying Fetus (They have some neat tracks, and the growls are one of the best on scene) of former ones and for Arch Enemy (I mean, MAAN, it's MIKE AMOTT's!) of latter ones.


You've got some good taste man.
Carcass rules, but I like their first full length a lot more then their later stuff, even though Heartwork and Swansong are great. Why would you say CC is dumb?
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Re: The music thread
« Reply #55 on: 27 Feb 2007, 10:12 »
You've got some good taste man.
Carcass rules, but I like their first full length a lot more then their later stuff, even though Heartwork and Swansong are great. Why would you say CC is dumb?

1. I can't find Carcass's first album. Nowhere. That's why I'm not listing it.
2. Cannibal Corpse is only death metal band whose music makes me drowsy.  :o

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Re: The music thread
« Reply #56 on: 07 Mar 2007, 03:01 »
- Coil
- Urfaust (The best black metal group ever)
- Bethlehem (When Rainner Landfermann was on vocals)
- Ghoul
- Charles Bronson
- Angels of Light


I have a few others, but I mainly listen to those.

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Re: The music thread
« Reply #57 on: 07 Mar 2007, 06:34 »
I love Ghoul! If you couldn't tell from my sig.
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Re: The music thread
« Reply #58 on: 25 Apr 2007, 20:54 »
-Guns 'n' Roses
-System
-Dream Theatre
-Children of Bodom
and much more but I'm lazy to write down all of it.
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Re: The music thread
« Reply #59 on: 14 Jul 2007, 23:46 »
Currently listening to a CD that i purchased (downloaded) from Napster for 10 dollars. It is Journey Live in Houston from 1981. I have been listening to this over and over and over again. I cannot get enough of it. Steve Perry has one of the best singing voices in the world IMO. It sure was 10 dollars well spent. Open Arms and Faithfully Live almost bring a tear to my eye.