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    instrumental tracks from my cd collection. lyrics can be distracting, for me anyways.
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    Depends on the task at hand. For some things i need to concentrate and music distracts too much.
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    usually to the chronix agression radio stream. depending on the mood though, i listen to deftones, mudvayne, tool, aphex twin, or the blade runner soundtracks, love those..
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    The Aphex Twin, Lamb, Squarepusher, Fatboyslim, Appollo 440, Kosheen, Various drum and base, Various classical, and the chilled out kicked back brilliance of Banco De Gia . Eljay, that one may just be the one for you...
    Those are just the ones that help with the pen pushing, I listen to everything otherwise [yes, even pop and country].
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    I forgot about Bjork. I've been listening to The Distiller's Coral Fang a lot as of late.
    Ho hum!
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    WIggle your stinky pinky

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    Janis Joplin, Carly Simon, 'Der Tanz Der Vampire' Soundtrack, and about 500 other 60s - 80s music.
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    The Mars Volta- Deloused in the Comatorium

    There are others but this one just transports me to a whole different wavelength/frame of mind- it energizes me immensely
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    Mostly Pixies, Zeppelin and U2
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    Utada Hikaru, Ayumi Hamasaki, Boa, Kelis, system of a down,
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    I grew up on urban music, I use to listen to rap alot in high school, but it's all about R&B now. I listen/sing to Ginuwine, Usher, Mario Winans, Craig David, Babyface, some new, some old schools while I'm paper jammin' my artwork. Sometimes a lyric comes up to where I have to drop my pencil just to hit a perfect note on some of the songs.
    I also listen to tracks that has a phat beat.
    "If you only heard one side of the story, then you must be deaf in the other ear." - Sok N. Wett

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    bjork, aphex twin, square pusher, sigur ros, frou frou, postal service, underworld... the LOTR sound tracks are great, host:the planets (or any classical), philp glass... the album leaf, flogging molly, u2... i'm all over the place
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    ac/dc, beastie boys, fat boy slim, junkie xl, nirvana, 2pac, .B.I.G, zero seven, weezer, powerman 5000, rob zombie, chilli peppers, outkast (more specific being andree 3000), 5,6,7,8's, beatles, deftones, method man, gorillaz, green day, and more i probably' can't think of off the top of my head.
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