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    Music

    Im sure this is a repost but what kind of music is everyone into?


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    indie.
    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder Doom
    "You can do whatever you want son, I couldn't possibly be anymore ashamed of you than I already am."

    That what my father told my when I was ten and I told him I wanted to be an artist when I grew up.

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    Yeah
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    Search button damnit
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    I Badger
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    When I'm working, classical, I have a hard-on for Erik Satie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Man
    When I'm working, I have a hard-on.
    please, that sort of information should be kept in private (places). ahem.


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    that's the 2nd time you mentioned your penis Magic Man... is something going on in your life you are trying to tell us?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ParkerD
    that's the 2nd time you mentioned your penis Magic Man... is something going on in your life you are trying to tell us?

    I'm asian, are you implying I have an innie?

    =(

    Punch me I bleed, scream at me I cry =(

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    - NIN Bjork & Nelly Furtado (I dont know what stereotype I furfill with this fav choice but its bound to xist) .

    But good music could say - the above & any similiar or actually nothing cause my stereo distorts

    MagicMan : "hard-on for Erik Satie."
    -> I'm more into Madame Furtado

    Any other music choices ? - Creative with or without musiic ?

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    I learn much better without music, but i work better when there is sound - any sound will do, a lot of the time I will work with a movie playing (Gatacca is a favourite) or a gnomon dvd playing, generally Iain McCaig's are good, the guy has lots of pearls of wisdom to impart all the time.

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    Depeche to death, baby!

    Oh and Magic Man, thanks for the laugh lol!

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    Amon tobin (pretty diversified), Nin (of course ^^), Bonobo (trip-hop), and i just discovered Massive Attack with their two last albums (100th Window, Mezzanine), which are very good.

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    i must say anything by Nitin Sawhney really hits the spot. that and Mute Math's new EP, got it not long ago and loving every second of it (check out their songs on their myspace) movie soundtracks can often be goldmines too. i for one love the LOTR soundtracks. recently found a girl by the name of Imogen Heap, more specifically a song of hers that is quite soothing and helps me focus (her others im not too fond of). check out the song Hide and Seek on her myspace page

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Man
    I learn much better without music, but i work better when there is sound - any sound will do, ......

    same for me

    Btw, Magic Man, turn the sound on, so that you can update your sketchbook here again, man!! I am missing your stuff!!
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    Downtempo!

    Ethereal, Musique concrete, Dark ambient.

    check this page it contains allmost every type of electronic music:

    http://www.di.fm/edmguide/edmguide.html

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    koen, your link reminds me of this
    You just have to type the name of your favorite band
    http://www.musicplasma.com/

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    wow thats a nice page, got it bookmarked

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Man
    but i work better when there is sound - any sound will do, a lot of the time I will work with a movie playing (Gatacca is a favourite) or a gnomon dvd playing
    Same!

    I put my gnomon screen to full screen on the computer so its not as easy for me to just click FireFox and go online...going online is too addicting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Man
    I'm asian, are you implying I have an innie?

    =(

    Punch me I bleed, scream at me I cry =(
    I'm asian, too

    I usually have a movie playing instead of music as BG noise. Something like Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction, a disney animated movie, Fist of the North Star, etc...

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    Switchfoot
    Hanson
    The Beatles
    The Vines
    The White Stripes
    Rooney
    The Clash
    James Taylor
    The Goo Goo Dolls
    Sum #41
    Fuel
    Jonny Was
    Blondie
    Michelle Branch
    Saves the Day
    Everclear
    Wallace
    The Kinks
    Millencolin
    Metallica
    The DropKick Murphys

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    between the buried and me

    ive got like 30 gigs of music, but it all filters out to Between the Buried and Me, at the end.

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    mostly metal for me
    but i jump into most other genres now and then too

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    damn, I didnt realize peeps were responding to the thread
    As for me i got over 250GB of music so im switchin it up ALOT. But right now im listening to a bunch of amon tobin and boards of canada just because ive been sick and its nice and calming....

    Oh shit and BTW anyone who like abient music or just fucking good digital instrumentals has got to check out "the art of zen relaxation" volumes 1 and 2 kick ass.

    Peace
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    Nine Inch Nails
    Tool
    Brian Transeau
    Hybrid
    KMFDM
    Tori Amos
    Skinny Puppy
    Machinae Supremacy
    Stromkern
    Assemblage 23
    Neuroticfish
    Covenant
    etc.

    I recently have gone rather EBMish. It's just a matter of time before mum starts thinking I'm gay again, which is always hilarious!

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    If there's one thing I'm snobby and solidly opinionated about... I guess it's movies. But if there's a second thing, it's music.

    Working or otherwise, I love me some Tom Waits (any period depending on my mood). Generally speaking, I like 70s/80s punk (Clash, Ramones, Circle Jerks, DEVO, etc.), garage revival (Mummies, Devil Dogs, Billy Childish, etc.) as well as authentic garage (Sonics, Back from the Graves, etc.), I like some classic country (Johnny Cash, Hank Williams), some metal (from Iron Maiden to At the Gates), I love surf (Man or Astroman, Phantom Surfers), old blues (Robert Williams) and jazz guitar (Django Reinhardt), 80s pop is good (Elvis Costello, Smiths, Blondie, Cure) and soul (James Brown, Curtis Mayfield), and there are plenty of recent rock and roll bands (Murder City Devils, Makers, Teengenerate), as well as stuff my Dad listens to (ELO, Pink Floyd, Led Zeplin), and other early rock and roll (The Who, old Rolling Stones), some 2nd wave ska (English Beat, Specials) and lets not forget the King of Rock and Roll himself, Elvis Presley.

    I despise most anything on MTV or current mainstream radio. I can't stand most modern hardcore, emo, and don't care for dance and electronic, hate that Warped Tour bullshit, and can be generally very fickle with the indy. I don't like gangster rap, but I do like some hip hop, though I know very little about it.

    I'm also a big supporter of the local bands of Philly (ahem, produced a comp, has my band on it too, check it out at www.tickticktickrecords.com, cough cough) and too too many others to mention.

    And that is my musical interests in 1000 words or less.

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    you have no idea how much i hate mtv.

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    music i like -

    ambient
    triphop
    breakbeat
    progressive trance
    drum n bass
    chillout
    industrial
    alt metal

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavePalumbo

    Working or otherwise, I love me some Tom Waits (any period depending on my mood). Generally speaking, I like 70s/80s punk (Clash, Ramones, Circle Jerks, DEVO, etc.), garage revival (Mummies, Devil Dogs, Billy Childish, etc.) as well as authentic garage (Sonics, Back from the Graves, etc.), I like some classic country (Johnny Cash, Hank Williams), some metal (from Iron Maiden to At the Gates), I love surf (Man or Astroman, Phantom Surfers), old blues (Robert Williams) and jazz guitar (Django Reinhardt), 80s pop is good (Elvis Costello, Smiths, Blondie, Cure) and soul (James Brown, Curtis Mayfield), and there are plenty of recent rock and roll bands (Murder City Devils, Makers, Teengenerate), as well as stuff my Dad listens to (ELO, Pink Floyd, Led Zeplin), and other early rock and roll (The Who, old Rolling Stones), some 2nd wave ska (English Beat, Specials) and lets not forget the King of Rock and Roll himself, Elvis Presley.
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    hmmm.... maybe if I start listening to Dave Palumbo's music, I'll be able to paint like him!

    sheesh, I wish!

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    I like Cream.Hard blues rock from the 60's and 70's led zeppelin and beggars banquet to exile on main street by the Stones. I just saw Cream at madison Square Garden on Oct. 25 and I can now die happy.

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