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    you cant forget danny elfman, hes a must!
    mogwai, board of canada, mum...

    So go bow your head and weep, for your world won't change while you sleep.
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    well.. currently i have like 5000 songs more or less in my comp... mostly metal and the "hard" genres... but i listen to mostly anything. Currently listening to Devil Doll - Dies Irae.

    At school and school workshops they mostly put classical stuff.. or soft new age music. They get pissed if i try to put something harder than that

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    Word!!!

    1.Samba on the key boards
    2.Hip hop of anysort!
    a. Invisable Scratch pickles
    b. Q-bert
    c. D.J LD (Layne Franks)
    d. Executioners
    3. Ladytrons

    4. the Knife-deepcuts

    5. The Shins

    6. Los Amigos Invisibles

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    Miyazaki Movie Soundtracks

    ChillOut in Paris

    Buddha-Bar

    Enigma

    Chrono Cross Soundtrack

    and for you old school video game nuts...
    http://www.ocremix.org/

    -Joshua James

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    yeah i'd have to say its all bout the techno 4 mee
    -oakenfold
    -tiesto
    -Sammy
    -fat boy slim (if im really happy)
    -massive attack (when i am chilled or drawing somthing phsycotic)
    -BT
    -Aphex Twin...
    -euphoria
    -Altiture
    -soundtracks like "passion of the christ" is good and very deep
    i like music you dont have to think about not many changes in it ... techno is the best for that... this way i am concentrated and i am entertained alot of music almost kinda changes your style from genre to genre....crazy huh

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    AC/DC
    Aerosmith
    AFI
    Al Green
    Audio Slave
    Blues Traveler
    Chet Atkins
    Chrono Trigger/Cross Soundtrack
    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Soundtrack
    The Minibosses
    Frou Frou
    George Clinton and the Parliment Funk
    O' Brother, Where Art Thou Soundtrack
    Presidents of the United States
    Postal Service
    Red Hot Chili Peppers
    Seether
    Secret of Mana Soundtrack
    The Darkness

    Just to name a few....heh.

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    Btw.... the Chrono Cross soundtrack is arguably the Best! Orchestral Video Game Soundtrack!

    I would recommend it to anyone!

    -Joshua James

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    I usually have a porn DVD playing in the background, loud enough that no one would dare enter my room to disturb me. Of course, I guess that's not just when I'm drawing...

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    hmmm lets see..

    The beatles
    Rolling Stones
    Led Zeppellin
    Ramones
    Clash
    Misfits of course
    Black Flag
    Dead Kennedys
    Raised Fist
    Lower class brats
    The Unseen
    Rancid
    Lars fred and the bastards
    hmm what else
    US Bombs
    Circle Jerks
    Exploited
    The Who
    Guess Who
    Bad brains
    GBH
    Dayglo Abortions
    the doors


    ...the list can go on forever

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    Bourne Identity & Bourne Supremacy sound tracks...over and over.

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    Hard rock without me being goth... KoRn, Tool, System of a Down, Rammstein (just a bit though), Zmelkov (slovenian), Finger Eleven, Nirvana, Offspring, POD, Rage Against the Machine, some Queen. And a bunch of other bands that I have like 1 song of.

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    radiohead

    the doves

    mars volta

    coldplay

    u2

    bob dylan

    neil young

    jeff buckley

    travis

    muse

    beatles

    grand funk railroad

    modest mouse

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    For quick sketching i usually listen to:

    NOFX
    Rancid
    Misfits
    Toy dolls
    Soad
    Korn
    Millencolin
    Green Day
    Descendents
    Dead Kennedys
    Ramones
    Sex Pistols

    ..and lots of more punk and hardcore.. the list could go on forever, and i`d be boring you.

    For more refined sketches i listen to:

    Children of bodom
    Cradle of filth
    Rhapsody
    Luca Turilli
    Opeth
    Napalm death
    Slayer
    Finntroll
    Dimmu Borgir
    Stratovarius
    Sentenced
    Old man`s child
    Wintersorg
    Sonata arctica
    Phoenix Rizing'

    Again, the list could go on and on. Different styles of metal, and bands you probably never heard of..

    For painting and pieces that i spend (or plan to spend) long hours on, i listen to:

    Vivaldi
    Bethoven
    Mozart
    Allegri
    Grieg
    Chopin
    Excrementory Grindfuckers

    And lotsa other classical pieces, sometimes even movie soundtracks. (think howard shore.)


    i also kinda like Thirstin howl the third, i dunno why. I don`t care much for hiphop and i cannot relate to his lyrics at ALL. Yet there`s something about him that sounds cool.


    //edit: i misspelled opeth. i am TEH suck.

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    Vangelis
    Gorillaz
    Daft Punk
    Air
    The Rasmus
    Rammestein
    The Lost Prophets
    The Prodigy
    Cat Stevens (before he went completely mental)
    Random stuff from the internet
    (Gothic Power, Duel of fates, Imperial March Rage mix, Weird Al's Yoda, Twisted sister)
    Bloodhound Gang
    Burnout3
    Alice Cooper

    A whole cacophone of cool and anti-cool

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    i've always liked these music threads

    can't listen to lyrics while drawing/thinking, so these are albums are pretty instrumental. kinda weird dark stuff

    mogwai ~ Come on Die Young [always in or near my cd player!]
    the 5th element soundtrack
    the lord of the rings soundtrack
    eric satie ~ piano works
    miles davis ~ kind of blue
    godspeed you black emperor! ~ f#a#
    godspeed you black emperor! ~ Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas To Heaven [disc 2]
    radiohead ~ amnesiac
    sigur ros ~ agaetis byrjun

    not so instrumental [but very instrumental!!! haha! ]
    the cranberries ~ to the faithful departed
    radiohead ~ ok computer
    air ~ talkie walkie
    dj shadow ~ all of em

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    i listen to these bands while creating art most of the time...sometimes i just sit quitley.

    here is the list.

    Carcass
    cannibal corpse
    rammstien
    six feet under
    slipknot
    system of a down
    children of bodom
    cradle of filth
    dimmu borgirr
    blackstar
    anthrax
    ozzy osbourne
    slayer
    old metalica
    morbid angel
    iniquity
    mushroomhead
    the beatles
    AC/DC
    Queen (gotta love that bohemian raphsody)
    little bit of KoRn
    sepultura
    pig destroyer
    BUtthole Surfers
    Nirvana (kurt cobain is awesome!)

    thats all i can think of what i'm currently listening to...

    Do you know the muffinman?

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    Once you understand what the word "stupid" means - age is no longer a valid excuse for being that way.
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    Cool music

    Ahhh where to begin

    Sometimes I start with a little:
    Miles Davis
    John Coletrane
    Red House Painters
    My Bloody Valentine

    And then lead into:
    Fugazi
    At the Drive In
    Trail of the Dead
    Wax

    And end with some:
    Skinny Puppy
    Dj Shadow

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    wow! lots of good lists! i noticed more than a few mars volta and atdi references. funny, i literally grew up with those guys. heh, i did the first atdi 7 inch cover, as well as that stupid gasmask logo from way back in the day. havent spoken to cedric or omar in some time tho. really good guys.small world... as for what i listen to, its mostly the sound of my dogs barking and my girlie tellin me to do chores around the house -c36

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    ah, the symphony of "DO THE DISHES" and "GET YOUR LAZY BUM ASS OFF THAT COUCH AND HELP ME WITH WHATEVER"

    classic.

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    the voices in my head

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    Usually, nothing. I get distracted too easily and I won't either pay any attention to what I'm doing or compelty block out the music...usually blocking out the music, and I've decided to save that extra bit of money for my parents...who knows, maybe they will use it to buy me suppiles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eliWolff
    the voices in my head
    what kind of voices?
    demoinc voices?

    Do you know the muffinman?

    Originally Posted by creatix
    Once you understand what the word "stupid" means - age is no longer a valid excuse for being that way.
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    ambient noise, like the wind through leaves.

    T.M. Revolution's Zips is also my theme song.

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    Eljay, kgb, Rey Del Bongo, expat, rephlexcat, TripBlue, JOSHUATHEJAMES, JAIR428, nova, You guys just listed my entire playlist.

    ALSO,

    For those of you who're fan's of Sigur Ros and Mogwai, look up Brian Eno, and his ambient 1-4 series. Trust me, it's worth it. Veeeeery good stuff to draw to.

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    Yeah lately I started to listen to SigorRos, its great. Also Amethystium.

    Glad to see some people listening to Bjork. Usually people never even heard of her.

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    music

    am i the only one ??
    who likes keyboard midi annoying thing

    heres my boring and pretentious playlist



    Progressive Rock
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    The Tangent
    Kaipa
    Flower Kings
    Spocks Beard
    Transatlantic
    Genesis
    Outer Limits
    Mr Sirius
    Yes
    Dream Theater
    Dreamscape
    Empty Tremor
    King Crimson
    Banco
    Ars Nova
    Gerard
    After Crying
    Pageant
    il balleto di bronzo
    Devil Doll
    Rush

    Games composers & Japan
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    Motoi Sakuraba
    Joe Hisaishi
    Kenji Kawai
    Yoko Kanno
    Yasunori Mitsuda
    Nobuo Uematsu
    Koji Kondo
    Ryuichi Sakamoto
    B´z
    Silent Hill Ost s
    Ace Combat
    Metal Gear Ost s
    Castlevania Ost s
    RockMan
    Y´s
    and a bunch of greats SPC and NSF
    music files . . . from SNES/NES classics . .

    keyboard - moog - keyboard - moog

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    Wisdom________is not Truth
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    I can sympathize with the abilty to listen to whatever after a general idea is laid out. I like to listen to really powerful music (Genre usually depends on the mood I happen to be in that day or night) initially to get me excited and moved to work on a piece. Much in the same way that gestures loosen me up for a longer session. Filling a page with ideas gets a lot of issues out of the way so I can get into a piece- especially if it's one that is giving me problems and I find myself wanting to scrap it. Really loud booming, hard driving, gets-the-blood-pumping music. Once I am into the flow of a piece and I am working out the details pretty much anything will do.

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    for drawing, i only listen to extreme inspiration music, you know, stuff like in the training montages from ROCKY and movies like that.

    Stan Bush. such classics as "(You've Got) The Touch", "Dare", and "Never Surrender"
    Journey. cant go wrong with "Separate Ways" and "Midnight Train"
    Joe Esposito. the heart of the karate kid with "Youre The Best"
    Survivor. great contributions to the karate kid and the rocky series with "Moment of Truth", "Burning Heart", and "Eye of The Tiger"
    Vince DiCola. ultimate keyboardist. contributed to the musical score of the ROCKY series and TRANSFORMERS the movie
    Bill Conti. ultimate musical composer. ROCKY series, The KARATE KID series

    listen to this stuff and you'll draw 10 times better. no joke.










    okay well i dont really listen to that (all the time). ive got 7,000 some odd songs on my ipod and usually just have it on random, but heres whats currently on repeat for me:

    prefuse 73
    murder by death
    the postal service
    phoenix
    saul williams
    shuggie otis
    hot cross
    buzzcocks
    converge
    daedelus, metric, her space holiday, the decemberists, dabrye, moving units, mates of state, MF Doom, el guapo, roue, the police, devo, yann tiersen, against me, fantomas, madlib, madvillain, pinback, the network, milemarker, the smiths, the cinematic orchestra, nick drake, pretty girls make graves, nobuo uematsu, the avalanches, the beastie boys, the cure, at the drive-in, fugazi, the faint, boards of canada, towa tei, the minibosses, the advantage, the misfits, michael jackson, mos def, black star, metro area, dj shadow, dj z-trip, hieroglyphics, deltron 3030, common, the cardigans, freeflow, girltalk, stan bush, SWV, wham.

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    usually on my playlist:
    alexisonfire, Chimaira, CCR, poison the well, Darkest Hour, dillinger escape plan, glassjaw, hot water music, in flames, meshuggah, outkast, combatwoundedveteran, queens of the stone age, Atreyu, santa sangre
    smashing pumpkins, pretty girls make graves, static x, STP, TBS, vaux

    drawing stuff:
    eric clapton, soundgarden, prodigy, nirvana, NIN, John Williams, Danny Elfman, other soundtrack stuff, weird stuff, old stuff

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    Lots of...

    Death Cab, Atmosphere, Azure Ray, Beloved. I've really been into a lot of indy, tons of Elliot Smith, Bright Eyes. Deftones, Modest Mouse, Pedro The Lion, Sparta, Team Sleep, Trail of Dead, Defiance Ohio... Trail of Dead, Built to Spill, Outkast, and uhh... :cough: Justin Timberlake.

    Be Quiet and Drive on repeat as well as Title and Registration. Listen to them. If anyone knows of any good indy suggestions... take your shirt off and wave it like a helicopter.

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