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The Official MUSIC Thread.

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How could I have left out The Stills- Still In Love, Lola Stars and Stripes, and Killer Bees

The Killers-well, every single song

Coldplay-every single song as well, and everyone should get tickets for their concert because they're on tour and their cd comes out tomorrow(my tomorrow at least!)

Beastie Boys- Intergalactic

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I first heard Joy Division's Love Will Tear Us Apart in Donnie Darko and I knew it had real heart-- for four blokes playing on Casios-- when I heard it again in 24 Hour Party People (with the brilliant Steve Coogan). I really love this song.

<*> if you like zero 7's destiny you would really LOVE:

royksopp - so easy

fisherspooner - the 15th

gorillaz - new genious ; feel good inc.

chemical brothers - one too many mornings

badly drawn boy - shining

olive - you're not alone

faithless - don't leave

6 undergroud - sneaker pimps

naked eye - luscious jackson

bent - swollen

ortz- we don't talk

dusted - childhood

sub sub - past

sounds from the ground - lean on me

also check out the beta band, goldfrapp, bjork

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FISHCHERSPOONER- A KICK IN THE TEETH...ive been listening to this song non-stop since about 1 and now it's 6:30 eusa_shifty.gif all of you people should download this song because it maybe the best thing! lol you wouldnt get that unless you know the song
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My music is what old men listen to, but I love it 70s.

Now im listening to good ol' german progressive rock!

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Currently on my PSP playlist (i LOVE my PSP!)

Alien Ant Farm - These Days

Metallica - Enter Sandman

Millencolin - No Cigar (i just listened to this 4 times in a row)

MXPX - Play it Loud

Pearl Jam - Even Flow

Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody

Queens of the Stone Age - No One Knows

Smashing Pumkins - Bullet with Butterfly Wings

The Distillers - Beat Your Heart Out

Rob Zombie - More Human Than Human

But im with Zitro here, im a 70s guy as well. But i am finding myself getting into the 'new' music now, there really is some great stuff, like the music on my playlist.

Oh yeah fischerspooner is great! "Everything To Gain"....

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I listen to mostly power/progressive metal...

But, you HAVE to check this band out, well it is more like a project than a band... it is a metal/rock opera... it has 10 singers and various musicians.

Make sure you read the lyrics too.

Ayreon - The Human Equation

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I listen to mostly power/progressive metal...

But, you HAVE to check this band out, well it is more like a project than a band... it is a metal/rock opera... it has 10 singers and various musicians.

Make sure you read the lyrics too.

Ayreon - The Human Equation

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Oasis - Cigarettes & Alcohol

Green Day - Macy's Day Parade

John Williams - Any of his work (Superman tends to make me feel better)

Billy Joel - Miami 2017

The Who - Substitute

Bob Dylan - Things Have Changed

Tom Petty - Anything he's made

the Wallflowers (Favorite Band) - Nearly Beloved cool.gif

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i like nirvana..'whered u sleep last night' lol i think thats a cool song and some oasis songs...cant think of much now and i <3 doors down.

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A really good song is Angeles by Elliot Smith. If you have not heard it before I highly recommend you listen to it, it's a beautiful melodic and soft mainly one instrument song (guitar) with mellow vocals and some synth in the background.

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This is all pretty decent stuff so far, but there is a serious lack of hardcore at the moment. What about music when you're angry and you need to thrash? This might be too hard for some people, but if you can handle it, it'll rock your socks off.

I'll just list bands first, and then maybe a song if they have a certain really good one.

Atreyu - This Flesh Is A Tomb

Bleeding Through - Love Lost In A Hail Of Gun Fire

The Curse

Killswitch Engage

Rammstein - that one from ffx

Death From Above 1979

Movelife

Senses Fail- Rum Is For Drinking, Not For Burning

Tsunami Bomb - Say What You Mean

It Dies Today - A Threnody For Modern Romance

Roses are Red - White and Gold

Terror- Overcome (a happy hardcore song. weird, eh?)

Eighteen Vision - I Let Go

Poison The Well

Social Code

Midtown

Home Grown

And, for the finale, the best band I have ever heard: Open Hand. These guys are insane-o good. Download any song of theirs. (maybe start with In Your Eyes, Tough Girl, Tough Guy, Take No Action and Pure Concentrated Evil) Buy the albums. God they are so good.

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The Adicts-who spilt my beer is the best drinking song.

The lost boyz-legal drug money(the whole album)

Blockhead-my new favorite producer(music by cavelight is my current favorite album)

DJ Shadow-All his shit is classic

so many more to name

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I'm a huge Duran Duran junkie and all their music new (their new CD Astronaut is really fab!!!) and old totally inspires me and is great therapy when I need a pick me up. I also love Seal, New Order, Robert Palmer, The Power Station. John Taylor of DD has a lot of solo work that is really raw and powerful stuff that I totally lose myself in when I need to feel inspired! His motto and now mine is Trust the Process and Crisis = Opportunity!

MUSIC IS GREAT THERAPY!!

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Hey...favorite bands/cds that helped me cope with acne throughout the years...in no particular order of preference.

1. Tool - Lateralus

2. Opeth - Deliverance/Damnation

3. Queens of the stone age - Songs for the deaf/Lullabies to Paralyze

4. John Mayer - Room for squares

5. Metallica - ...And Justice for all

6. Joe Satriani - Strange Beautiful Music

7. Matthew Good Band - Underdogs

8. Pink Floyd - The Wall/Wish you were here

9. Silverchair - Diorama

10. Kyuss - Best of Kyuss

I would strongly recommend either of these albums/musicians...all are VERY good at what they do and have given me much insight on new ideas to try in my musical endeavors. Most artists today just copy old ideas that have been done before - the above music will mostly likely reach you one way or another if you like a change from all that mainstream shit and are open to something fresh and unpredictable.

Benny

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Hey...favorite bands/cds that helped me cope with acne throughout the years...in no particular order of preference.

1. Tool - Lateralus

2. Opeth - Deliverance/Damnation

3. Queens of the stone age - Songs for the deaf/Lullabies to Paralyze

4. John Mayer - Room for squares

5. Metallica - ...And Justice for all

6. Joe Satriani - Strange Beautiful Music

7. Matthew Good Band - Underdogs

8. Pink Floyd - The Wall/Wish you were here

9. Silverchair - Diorama

10. Kyuss - Best of Kyuss

I would strongly recommend either of these albums/musicians...all are VERY good at what they do and have given me much insight on new ideas to try in my musical endeavors. Most artists today just copy old ideas that have been done before - the above music will mostly likely reach you one way or another if you like a change from all that mainstream shit and are open to something fresh and unpredictable.

Benny

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Dream theater's new album is pretty good.

BennyPenny : good taste of music in your list, Lateralus is a really progressive piece of music, I've never heard anything quite like it (althrough I hear a lot of "king crimson' influences).

Althrough I disagree to your metallica album, I find that album weak compared to black album and the previous 2.

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