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Name 10 or more of your fav songs. I'll start:

1) "Tu Principe" - Daddy Yankee
2) "Laura No Esta" - Nek
3) "Ella y El" - Ricardo Arjona
4) "Holiday" - Green Day
5) "Jesus Of Suburbia" - Green Day
6) "In the end" - Linkin Park
7) "Ciega Sordomuda" - Shakira
8) "Bring Me To Life" - Evanescence
9) "My Immortal" - Evanescence
10) "Waking Up Beside You" - Stabbing Westward
11) "Corazon Partido" - Alejandro Sanz
12) "Pero Me Acuerdo De Tí" - Cristina Aguilera

[ Thursday, July 06, 2006 14:46: Message edited by: Leena ]

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Alright, these are REALLY from the top of my head. Mostly they're the first that come into my head period.

1. "Don't Look Back In Anger" Oasis
2. "King Henry" Steeleye Span
3. "I'm Only Happy When It Rains" Garbage
4. "Birdhouse In Your Soul" They Might Be Giants
5. "Don't You Forget About Me" (don't remember the band's name)
6. "Avondale" Yellowcard
7. "The Shining" Badly Drawn Boy
8. "Again I Go Unnoticed" Dashboard Confessional
9. "Season Of The Witch" Donovan
10. "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2" Liszt

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Originally written by Nicothodes:

5. "Don't You Forget About Me" (don't remember the band's name)
Its Simple Minds. Good song.
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Daylight To Break - Switchfoot. Just got it yesterday, and have fallen in love with this band all over again.
Hit The Floor - Thousand Foot Krutch
Stand Up - Superchick
Letters From War - Mark Schultz
Beautiful Tragedy - Nathan Tasker
Reflection - Juliagrace
Perhaps - Greg Sczebel
Sunday Bloody Sunday - U2
Replace Me - Family Force 5
Philosophy - Ben Folds Five

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Mm, in no particular order, and mostly from my current playlist since I don't really have favorite songs...

403 - Blaze of life
AKINO - Travelling of Pride
angela - Separation
Asian Kung-Fu Generation - Haruka Kanata
Avantasia - Chalice of Agony
Avantasia - Neverland
Avantasia - The Seven Angels
Blind Guardian - And Then There Was Silence
Blind Guardian - Bright Eyes
Blind Guardian - Blood Tears
Blind Guardian - The Soulforged
Blind Guardian - Under the Ice
Chihiro Onitsuka - castle.imitation
Freedom Call - The Eyes of the World
Freedom Call - The Wanderer
Himoru Kyousuke - Calling
Kozue Takada - Himitsu Kichi
Steeleye Span - Black Jack Davy
Steeleye Span - Corbies
Steeleye Span - Lowlands of Holland
Yoko Kanno - Ai no Rinkaku
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I demand that classical and non-vocal music be admitted. :P

Also, I'm on

1. "Chariots of Fire" - Vangelis
2. "Conquest of Paradise" - Vangelis
3. Hungarian Dances #5 - Johannes Brahms
4. Verification Required By Visa (Symphony of Spam) - Ben Rogers
5. El Condor Pasa - Canto Nuevo
6. Etude for Piano #12 (C minor) - Frederyk Chopin
7. Aulë the Smith - Mary Jean Holmes
8. The Alchemist - Bjorn Lynne
9. A Letter to Syracuse - Niamh Parsons
10. Canon - Johann Pachelbel

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No particular order, and this will probably fluctuate by next week, but:

FF8- The Extreme
Supertramp- Take the Long Way Home
D•A•I- Love Princess
Hikki- Addicted to You
Yu Miyake- Sunbaked Savanna
Yu Miyake- A Song for the King of Kings
FF9- Dark Messenger
FF9- Final Battle
Shiina Ringo- Honnou
Morning Musume- Mr. Moonlight


And I just realized, precisely none of these songs are american. Happy independence day!

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In no particular order...

One-Winged Angel - FF7
Liberi Fatali - FF8
Suteki da ne - FF10
Untitled - Simple Plan
Bad Day - Daniel Powter
Then You Look At Me - Celine Dion
Follow - Breaking Benjamin
Because of You - Kelly Clarkson
Unfaithful - Rihanna
Unwritten - Natasha Bedingfield

EDIT: I'll have to get around to playing FF9 again; I don't remember any of the music.

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I use the term "song" loosely.

Patrice Deceuninck: "Into the Hands of Orcs"
Beethoven: Symphony #5
Fritz Kreisler: Concerto for violin, andante doloroso
Dvorak: Symphony #9 "From the New World"
Vivaldi: Four Seasons
Handel: Music for the Royal Fireworks
Ralph Vaughan Williams: "The Lark Ascending"
Telemann: A lot. But a recorder sonata in C major in particular.
Rameau: Symphonie Imaginaire
Bach: The Brandenburg Concertos. All of them.
Mozart: Symphony #40
Paul Simon: "The Boy in the Bubble"

[Edit: I'm indecisive and I can't count to ten.]

—Alorael, who will admit to tacking on Paul Simon only so that his list includes vocals and something that isn't classical or pseudo-classical. Variety is good.

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No order, and not exactly my top 10. Just off the top of my head blah blah...

Blink-182 - What's My Age Again?
Rage Against the Machine - Guerrilla Radio
Underoath - Everyone Looks So Good From Here
Motion City Soundtrack - The Future Freaks Me Out
New Found Glory - Second To Last
Taking Back Sunday - Cute Without The E
The Cure - A Letter To Elise
Angels & Airwaves - The War
Boxcar Racer - Catlike Thief
Coheed & Cambria - 21:13

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For Once in My Life - Stevie Wonder
Carry On Wayward Son - Kansas
Élégie, Op. 24 - Gabriel Fauré
Fanfare for the Common Man - Aaron Copland
What It Takes - Aerosmith
Baba Yetu - Christopher Tin
Your Song - Elton John
What a Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong
Goodnight Julia - Yoko Kanno
The Long and Winding Road - The Beatles

And so many more...

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Bangles - "Walk Like and Eqyptian"
Bangles - "Hazy Shade of Winter"
Chicago - "Old Days"
XTC - "Mayor of Simpleton"
The Who - "Pinball Wizard"
Elton John - "Philadelphia Freedom"
Elton John and Kiki Dee - "Don't Go Breaking My Heart"
ZZ Top - "Legs"
The Mamas and the Papas - "California Dreamin'"
Vangelis - "Daniel"
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Too hard to pick 10, so I'll just say various songs by Queens of The Stone Age, Metallica, Rammstein and Nirvana.

EDIT: I give in.

No One Knows
Tangled Up In Plaid
If Only
Regular John
The Lost Art of Keeping A Secret
Song For The Dead
Song For The Deaf
^All by Queens of The Stone Age^

Du Hast
^All by Rammstein^

Some Kind of Monster
St. Anger
Enter Sandman
Ride The Lightning
Fade To Black
^ All by Metallica^

Come As You Are
Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle
All Apologies
Milk It
Scentless Apprentice
^All by Nirvana^

That's about all from my four favourite bands.

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I'll just list some good songs, and stop when I hit #10.

Achilles Last Stand - Led Zeppelin
No One Knows - Queens of the Stone Age
Prologue to History - Manic Street Preachers
Rebel Yell - Billy Idol
The Man Who Sold the World - Nirvana (Never heard Bowie's version)
Flight of Icarus - Iron Maiden
Lakini's Juice - Live
Disintegration - The Cure
Echoes - Pink Floyd
The Emerald Law - Probot
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They are my favourites at the moments...

Lamento Eroico - Rhapsody
My Selene - Sonata Arctica
Wildfire - Sonata Arctica
Fade To Black - Sonata Arctica
Blow Me Away - Breaking Benjamin
Follow (1st Movement of the Odyssey) - Incubus
The power of One - Sonata Arctica
Misplaced - Sonata Arctica
Don't Say A Word - Sonata Arctica
Over The Hills And Far Away - Sonata Arctica

Yes, Sonata Arctica and Rhapsody are my favourite groups.

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Kilburn High Road - Flogging Molly
Rare Ould Times - Flogging Molly
Black Friday Rule - Flogging Molly
The Bells of Hell - Black 47
I Ain't a Marchin' Anymore - Black 47
Different Drummer - Black 47
Captain Kelly's Kitchen - Dropkick Murphys
A Man for All Seasons - Robbie Williams
Worf's Revenge - Voltaire
I Walk the Line - Johnny Cash

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(Well, okay. Tecnically one word and two particles. Whatever.)

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Okay, just gonna do random songs from my favourite groups.

Still Ill - The Smiths
The Eraser - Thom Yorke
Untitled 3 - Sigur Ros
Karma Police - Radiohead
Life In A Glasshouse - Radiohead
Hairdresser On Fire - Morrissey
Twig - Pamela Wyn Shannon
The Queen Is Dead - The Smiths
Hysteria - Muse
Invisible Touch - Genesis

There. That's ten.

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Very, very tough to do this off the top of my head, but I'll try. This is is no particular order:

"Sunshine Superman"- Donovan (good pick with "Season of the Witch," Nico)
"Nine Feet Underground"- Caravan
"Epitaph"- King Crimson
"She Said She Said"- The Beatles
"Shanghai Noodle Factory"- Traffic
"As Long As He Lies Perfectly Still"- Soft Machine
"Wooden Ships"- Crosby, Stills and Nash
"25 Or 6 To 4"- Chicago
"Brief Candles"- The Zombies
"Scarborough Fair (Canticle)"- Simon and Garfunkel

Altogether far, far too shamefully short. I'll add five more to appease my sensibilities:

"Homburg"- Procol Harum
"Tam Lin"- Fairport Convention
"SWLABR"- Cream
"Shangri-La"- The Kinks
"In A Glass House"- Gentle Giant


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Anything by Johnny Cash, The Flaming Lips, or The Avett Brothers.


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Phil Collins- In the Air Tonight
Tracy Chapman- Fast Car
Ben Folds- Magic
Death Cab for Cutie- Stable Song
Elton John- Tiny Dancer
Led Zeppelin- Over the Hills and Far Away
Elliott Smith- The Biggest Lie
Elliott Smith- Between the Bars
Elliott Smith- Needle in the Hay
Earth, Wind and Fire- September

Any other Elliott Smith fans out there?

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Off the top of my head...

"Ask Me Anything" - The Strokes
"In My Place" - Coldplay
"Bad Mouth" - Fugazi
"Bouree" - Jethro Tull
"Hand in Hand" - Dune
"Just Like Heaven" - The Cure
"Dancing with Myself" - Billy Idol
"Madame Blavatsky" - Johnny Socko
"Holiday" - Green Day
"Clandestino" - Manu Chao
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In no particular order (yes, off the top of my head):

Dragostea Din Tei - O-zone
Sleeping Sun - Nightwish
The Second Door- Manheim Steamroller
Something so Right - Paul Simon
The Color Green - Rich Mullins
Moondance - Nightwish
Bring Me to Life - Evenescence
Good Question - (I don't remember)
This is My Declaration - 4Him
Shades of Gray - The Monkees

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My favourites are:
"Wanderer Fantasie"-Franz Schubert
"The Ballad of Gilligan's Island"-The Wellingtons
The theme song to "Are You Being Served?"-Ronnie Hazelhurst and David Croft
Theme Song for "Hogan's Heroes"
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Here are a few of mine, in no particular order:

"Little Wing" - Jimi Hendrix
"Boat on a River" - Styx
"Sour Grain" - Humble Pie
"Proud Mary" - Creedence Clearwater Revival
"Fortuante Son" - Creedence Clearwater Revival
"When the Levee Breaks" - Led Zeppelin
"I'm So Glad" - Cream
"The Golden Road" - Grateful Dead
"Friend of the Devil" - Grateful Dead
"Miles from Nowhere" - Cat Stevens
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