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Ei Koskaan Enää - Final Mix, by @junkmail. Finnish hip hop, good.

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Pink Floyd: Animals. Currently in the middle of Dogs.

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Who was broken by trained personnel
Who was fitted with collar and chain
Who was given a pat on the back
Who was breaking away from the pack
Who was only a stranger at home
Who was ground down in the end
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Currently listening to lots of Moby, Zero 7 and other chilled-out tracks.

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Korn Alone I Break l.

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Yes, it's me again. I will make posts like this all the time under this topic to give you an idea of the variety I listen to.

I was listening to these songs during this typing and some before it in this order.

"Drive" (For Daddy Gene) - Alan Jackson
"Crossroads" - Bone Thugs -N- Harmony
"Tell Him" - Celine Dion & Barbara Streisand

I will get back to you later.

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"I Am The Highway" by Audioslave.

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Currently:
Unsubtle, Biffy Clyro (I really enjoy scottish indie rock... I'd love to go to Scotland for some CDs. Biffy and iDLEWiLD would be on the top of my list).

I'll be listening to...
More: Biffy Clyro (Probably "All the Way down (Chapter 1)" or "Justboy")
Anything: iDLEWiLD (Any song, I love them all)
Maybe: Avantasia 1 ("The Tower" is my favourite)
Definetly: The Cult ("Nico". Beautiful. "Rise". Energetic.)
Not likely, but maybe: Matthew Jay [R.I.P.] ("Let your shoulder fall" cute song)
Really likely: Avantasia 2 ("Anywhere" and "Seven Angels")
I'll consider: Sonata Arctica ("Blank File" and "Full moon")
I'll also consider: Nightwish ("Over the hills" great song)
...in a while

Now, I'm listening to:
Diary of Always, Biffy Clyro

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HYBRID RAINBOW by The Pillows. I'm rolling through the FLCL OST, so I'll probably be listening to ONE LIFE, Crazy Sunshine and I Think I Can soon.

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We're all amazed but not amused
By all the things that you said you'd do.
You're much concerned but not involved by
Decisions that are made by you
But we are sick and tired of hearing your song,
Telling us how you are going to change right from wrong,
'Cause if you really want to hear our views,
You haven't done nothin'.

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Currently going:

Macs Are - AKX feat. Motekye

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Lazy Sunday by Small Faces.

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Butterflies and Hurricanes , by Muse.

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Linkin Park's Numb ended as I started writing this, so Still Standing, by The Rasmus.

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Gloria by Missa Papae Marcelli. I normally don't listen to classical music, but a friend lent me some. It's pretty nice.
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Hello again.

I am currently listening to several songs from Cher's Living Proof album. And a very good album it is too.

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Peppu-Pedro, by Oranssi Paska.

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You Never Know, Goo Goo Dolls. Yes, I know it's pop.

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Currently on my WinMX playlist are the Prodigy, Shawn Culvin, Alicia Keys, Placebo, 9 inch Nails and Beyonce. I like a very diverse collection of tunes.

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quote:
Originally written by Queen Of The Damned:

I like a very diverse collection of tunes.
Yes, I figured you did when I saw NIN and Beyonce in the same list :P

Right now I'm listening to "Adrenaline" by Gavin Rossdale.

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The Deadlock Song, oddly enough. And before that, I was listening to something by the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I can’t remember what it was titled, though.

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Mission Ridge -- All Your Snow Are Belong to Us.
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"Possible Pasts," Pink Floyd, when I started writing this. It just moved on to "San Tropez," by the same.

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Wow. I haven't even heard of half these bands. I've stopped listening now, myself. I'm logging on from a library, and you know how they are about noise. :rolleyes:
My iTunes library at home is mostly Moby or Dido or Saint Etienne or Gorillaz, plus a few from Red Hot Chilli Peppers and No Doubt and Eminem. It all depends on what mood I'm in, or how iTunes shuffles the playlist...
Zephyr, when you listened to the Macarena, did you get up and dance? I wouldn't like to think you didn't cos that would ruin it! It's one of the only songs I know the dance to, along with 'YMCA' and Steps' 5-6-7-8... ;)

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I'm currently listening to "Let Your Shoulder Fall" by Matthew Jay (R.I.P.) - I still can't belive he's dead... :(

My Kazaa list (I know that Kazaa sucks) is really short on tunes right now... Biffy Clyro, Edguy, Idlewild, Matthew Jay, Jet, Iced Earth, Hammerfall, Mars Volta, Murderdolls, Mythology, The Cult, Raveonettes, Radiohead and Iron Maiden do the list (with 1 to 3 tunes per artist, except Biffy Clyro those are 17 songs)... I remember the good days, when I had about 30 Idlewild songs... I ordered one of their CDs (The Remote Part...maybe you've listened "American English") and it's my treasure....

[ Saturday, November 01, 2003 07:56: Message edited by: --Troubled queen-- ]

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Ice Blue Eyes by Tomo Sakurai, going to be The Wall by Kansas shortly.

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We're all amazed but not amused
By all the things that you said you'd do.
You're much concerned but not involved by
Decisions that are made by you
But we are sick and tired of hearing your song,
Telling us how you are going to change right from wrong,
'Cause if you really want to hear our views,
You haven't done nothin'.

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"The Passenger," Siouxsie and the Banshees (by Iggy Pop), Through The Looking Glass.
Next up is "Baby Got Back" by the inimitable Sir Mixalot.
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'Waiting For The Worms'. One of my favorites, really.

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