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Agent
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YAY! I got a new cd. Well maybe not new, but different.

Get Down - Audio Adrenaline (Underdog)

I also started a new page...YAY!

[ Tuesday, December 09, 2003 17:28: Message edited by: Reality Corp. ]

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Motrax: What clean part? o.O :P

Strawberry Fields Forever downloading now... done... listened to... disliked, sorry to say. Rigby and Lucy remain at the top.

[ Tuesday, December 09, 2003 18:07: Message edited by: Sir David ]

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"Suffocate" by Cold.

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"Forest", System of a Down.

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Bob's Big Date
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Shawshank Redemption Theme. Also, SoaD sucks.

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Guardian
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That's cool, David. It is rather an odd song, and doesn't appeal to everyone. It was vastly surpassed in popularity by a whole slew of, in my opinion, inferior songs. But yeah, Eleanor Rigby and Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds are both very good songs. Lucy is on my Top 20 list, I believe. Ah, it's number 15. Have you listened to She Said She Said or In My Life? Those are two fine songs, which were both quite popular as well.

It's difficult for me to make other recommendations, as I've enjoyed pretty much everything I've listened to by them. Just try stuff out, little by little. I guarantee you'll find a lot to like.

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'Breaking Away' and 'Game Over' by Passionworks.

There's just something with their music. Something .. catchy :P .

[ Wednesday, December 10, 2003 03:11: Message edited by: Hopeless Fool ]

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Chop Suey ,System of a Down.

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Etta James for me today

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In the End--Linkin Park

And I just found out that they will be playing a mere 7 miles from my house!!!! AHHH!!!! January 16th! W00t!

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It depresses me to be associated with Bates, in any small way. And Alec: I don't piss on your bonfire (though I don't like SoaD *that* much, they just came on the playlist).

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'Sugar', System of a Down.

And Alec, who cares if you hate them.

And Bates, you being annoying, like you just were, could make people annoy you by calling you bates. Just a thought.

[ Wednesday, December 10, 2003 14:13: Message edited by: Jonnie ]

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"Hypermusic", Muse

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quote:
Originally written by Morgan:

It depresses me to be associated with Bates, in any small way. And Alec: I don't piss on your bonfire (though I don't like SoaD *that* much, they just came on the playlist).
This was a test. I personally don't like them, but I can stand them (there are worse sins than writing like a teenage goth and having a lead singer who continually sounds as if someone or something is laying into his groin with all possible force), and I have no problem with people who are willing to acknowledge they're not the best thing in music since the electric guitar.

Bates and Zxquez, on the other hand... :P

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Yay! Someone has a problem with me!

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Chopin's Revolutionary Etude (No. 12 Op. 10 in C minor). And it just switched to the third movement of Beethoven's Pathetique.

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I have some Reel Big Fish on at the moment. "Sellout," followed by "Take On Me."

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Thomas Newman -- Escape Theme

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Strauss, Overture from Der Rosenkavalier.


Motrax: I'm rather more familiar with Tchaikovsky's Pathetique than Beethoven's.

[ Thursday, December 11, 2003 02:49: Message edited by: premonition ]

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Now listening: Pizza Enrico - Mita sina sanoa?

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Morgan, don't turn this into another flame war. Despite the fact that it probably would be more interesting, meaningsful and hilarious.

Red Hot Chili Peppers. Has anyone mentioned them yet? Awesome band.

And for the greater glory of accuracy...
1. Universally speaking
2. Venice Queen
3. Californication
4. Tear (currently playing)
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I am perfectly capable of disagreeing with Alec without it becoming a flame war, Weedy. His post put an end to all possible debate so where would a flame war arise?

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KazeArctica: "Imagine...wangs everywhere...and tentacles. Nothing but wangs and tentacles! And no pants!"
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I distinctly remember mentioning Red Hot Chili Peppers earlier in this discussion. Good band. I'm not so fond of all of their stuff, but I appreciate their longevity, so uncommon in rock bands nowadays.

[ Thursday, December 11, 2003 07:42: Message edited by: Stughalf ]

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I am currently listening to various Celine Dion songs from several of her albums, including The French Album, Let's Talk About Love, and One Heart. I am planning on moving on to Cher next. :P :D :cool:

[ Thursday, December 11, 2003 08:19: Message edited by: Sherlock Holmes - MSW ]

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Also listening to RHCP, which happens to be a great band, By the Way.

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