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05-09-2003, 02:38 PM
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Hi People.

I think a lot of you are listening to music, so you could write down your favourite Genre, Album, Singer, Song.

My Favourite Genre is Hip Hop

Favourite Album is "Sex Style"

Favourite Rapper is Kool Keith ( Currently 7L & Esoteric are also hot )

I know a lot of songs, that are dope so I cannot determine only one.

Now it's your turn...
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05-09-2003, 03:18 PM
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My favorite of all times is "Styx"
Followed by Air Supply, ABBA, Hall & Oats, etc, etc, etc.

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05-09-2003, 03:31 PM
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My favorite of all times is "Styx"
Followed by Air Supply, ABBA, Hall & Oats, etc, etc, etc.

-kwag
Hall & Oats,,,for sure,,no prob,,,
Abba,,,--well,,,you're a child of the seventies...
forgiven,,,,

but air supply......dannnggg.....
im all out of luv,,,,,



j/k,,,,,abuelito...

ztr
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05-09-2003, 03:44 PM
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abuelito...
Not for a while my friend

-kwag
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05-09-2003, 03:48 PM
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old school definetely..
- rap, funk, freestyle {i.e. afrika lambada, , Wildstyle, Break}
-80's Classic Dance/Disco/Hi-NRG/Italo

Fave current though:
Latin Rap/Hip Hop:
Delinquent Habits, Frost, ALT, Mellow Man Ace, SouthPark Mexican,
Chino XL, Proper DOS, The Beatnuts, LSOB, Crooked Stilo,
Cypress Hill, Lawless, etc....
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05-09-2003, 04:55 PM
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believe in everything:

i love ....tons!

i'm middle old!

but really mad!
:tongue2:
play guitar for 42 years.

love Beatles,led zep,metallika,megadeth,
gentle giant,jimi hendrix,tull,and some more
to make the children sleep and dream.

more than 400 original cds,don't know how many vinyls(very clean)
and 280 cds with mp3
(more than 50.000 mp3 musics)

i listen my musics every day!!!

forgot some?
oh yeah!....
when i was really young and was listening hendrix(maybe in 69)
my brother talking:
hey,this is not music,this is for mads!
when i listen revolution from beatles in 67 or 68
my brothers and systers:
hey,down the volume...are you mad?
and i:
......ah.....yeah!!! :yippie:



ps:
don't need to talk about the "cigarrets"
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05-09-2003, 05:24 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kwag
My favorite of all times is "Styx"
Followed by Air Supply, ABBA, Hall & Oats, etc, etc, etc.

-kwag
HaHa, nice Kwag, ABBA is one of the famoust band who comes from Sweden Well they are'nt doing any music nowdays but it's cool that a guy from Puerto Rico even knows about ABBA :P

I dont know what style they are playing but I like Nirvana and Nightwish You've heard about nightwish? It's a band from Finland, they play rock opera I suppose it sounds weird in your ears. But they are REALLY good. I recommand you to listen to "She Is My Sin" from album "Wishmaster"

Eminem can do some good music sometimes.

//Wolfi



//Wolfi
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05-09-2003, 07:59 PM
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HARD ROCK ALL THE WAY!!!

I have to say that I like a lot of genres of music.
In fact I believe that there are great music in ALL the genres.
I can like classic, romantic ballads, pop rock, classic rock, progressive rock, rumba, tango, samba, etc, etc... but there is one genre that I can't stand... that is (sorry Bchteam) Hip Hop (Rap).

But what I really like is HEAVY METAL!
Some of my favorite bands are: Helloween, Gamma Ray, Iron Maiden, AC/DC among others.
I also have to mention 2 progressive rock bands that I love: Marillion and Queen.

@Wolfi
Hey Wolfi! I think ABBA is one of the most known bands in the world!
I believe that Dancing Queen was in the best 10 music of the 20 century (I don't remember who did the research).
BTW, Nightwish <-- they are good!
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05-09-2003, 08:47 PM
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I like todays rock and classic rock

My all time favorite group is AC/DC especially when Bon Scott was alive

Today a couple of my favorite bands are Staind,System of a Down,Tragically Hip.
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05-09-2003, 08:49 PM
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I like a lot of different genres except country

I mostly like techno and industrial bands like KMFDM, Die Krupps, 16 Volt, Juno Reactor, Birmingham 6, Freaky Chakra but KMFDM is my all time favorite. I also like jazz fusion like Scott Henderson and Tribal Tech, Al Dimeola and Pat Metheny. I also like Vietnamese music; Nhu Quynh, Hoang Lan, Ha Vy, etc. (no I don't know the language, I just like the singing). I used to be into metal also; Muaddib, I've seen Iron Maiden live a few times back around '87 or '88, they were great!!

ren
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05-09-2003, 09:04 PM
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Vietnamese music; Nhu Quynh, Hoang Lan, Ha Vy, etc. (no I don't know the language, I just like the singing).
These ones I never heard about! But it sounds interesting…
I will search them in eMule...

No more Maiden, ren
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05-09-2003, 09:39 PM
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@ mauddib..

I knew it !!.. you avator screams Heavy Metal !! hehe..

I like some too.., but the last HM bar I went to, this girl was sitting on a guys lap (gay guy) and she handled my azz (full lift) I turned around and all I saw was the girl smiling hehe.. Well, it didn't dawn on me till later on, when I got home, that my left cheek was handled, but the girl was on the right side as I was standing on line, I had plenty view of her.. and would have ben hard to miss her hand. She had covertely allowed the gay guy's hand to fondal my azz like a toy spunge

Never again..

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05-09-2003, 10:49 PM
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I knew it !!.. you avator screams Heavy Metal !! hehe..
It sure does!
And if you look closely to the background of my avatar
you will see a giant worm from Arrakis (Dune)...

BTW, that was a "hell" of a history!
But I think you should not discard the possibilty it was the smiling girl who handled your azz!
It's a much more "uplifting" thought.
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05-09-2003, 11:01 PM
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@ mauddib..

>> It's a much more "uplifting" thought.

well.., if it were "only" the chic.. she was quite!! ..would've ben something
to remember for a long time

I'm a student of the Guitar. I'm learning slowly how to play:
* Accoustic - (have two.. Epic and one by Yamaha)
* Electric - (MarkII) much more easier on the finger tips

Gadgets..
I bought this tiny amp w/ reverb and a few other emitates, but is ok for my
limited needs.
I also have another little gizmo (battery too) and sounds pretty good, though
I think I payed through the noise for it. like $79 bucks, but it sounds pretty
good. Of course, I have a much bigger amp, but I don't want to ROCK the
house hehe..

..you play ??

I don't know any real good licks just yet worth mentioning.. but some day,
I'll records some MP3's of what I can do maybe.. I hear Jorel's a veteran
in Guitar hehe..

-vhelp
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05-09-2003, 11:19 PM
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No more Maiden, ren
I didn't even know they were still around! I had some Iron Maiden records (the 12" frisbee type ) but they're long gone

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Vietnamese music; Nhu Quynh, Hoang Lan, Ha Vy, etc. (no I don't know the language, I just like the singing).

icon_eek.gif These ones I never heard about! But it sounds interesting…
They're not metal bands though (just a warning ) One of my favorite songs by Nhu Quynh is this one (man I love her voice)

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I also have to mention 2 progressive rock bands that I love: Marillion and Queen.
I forgot to mention that I love progressive rock too- have you heard Ozrik Tentacles - they're awesome! (just instrumental though)

-ren
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05-10-2003, 01:03 AM
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..you play ??
Naahh... not really.
I do have some notion of music from my childhood keyboard classes.
But I still want learn guitar... someday.
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05-10-2003, 02:14 AM
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I didn't even know they were still around! I had some Iron Maiden records (the 12" frisbee type ) but they're long gone
Sure they still around!
Well, the last time I saw Iron Mainden live was some time ago...
It was in January, 2001 Rock in Rio. It was SOOOOO good that I remember it like yesterday.
Oh man, every thing was just great! The production, the lights, the sound, the stage, everything was perfect.
They played some all time-honored classics from back into Maiden's glorious past: Wrathchild, 2 Minutes to Midnight, The Troooooooperrrrrr, The Evil That Men Do, Sanctuary, Hallowed Be Thy Name, Iron Maiden, The Number of the Beast, Run to the Hills among other dozen more recent sounds. Bruce Dickinson's (and the band) performance was just spectacular!


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Vietnamese music; Nhu Quynh, Hoang Lan, Ha Vy, etc. (no I don't know the language, I just like the singing).

icon_eek.gif These ones I never heard about! But it sounds interesting…
They're not metal bands though (just a warning ) One of my favorite songs by Nhu Quynh is this one (man I love her voice)
Metal is my favorite genre... but they don't need to be metal!
As I said, I like a lot of genres. Good music is good music no matter the genre.
I downloaded this "nhuquynh metoi" song. Well, they sound like some kind of a "Chinese Newage"...
In fact I enjoy some newage of Enya and Loreena Mckennit.
Well, I can't tell you that I loved the song, but it was a nice song. Very relaxing.


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I forgot to mention that I love progressive rock too- have you heard Ozrik Tentacles - they're awesome! (just instrumental though)
Nope... I don't know them, but I will.
I'm always trying to hear new bands. Always!
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05-10-2003, 01:13 PM
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Well, the last time I saw Iron Mainden live was some time ago...
It was in January, 2001 Rock in Rio. It was SOOOOO good that I remember it like yesterday.
Oh man, every thing was just great! The production, the lights, the sound, the stage, everything was perfect.
They played some all time-honored classics from back into Maiden's glorious past: Wrathchild, 2 Minutes to Midnight, The Troooooooperrrrrr, The Evil That Men Do, Sanctuary, Hallowed Be Thy Name, Iron Maiden, The Number of the Beast, Run to the Hills among other dozen more recent sounds. Bruce Dickinson's (and the band) performance was just spectacular!
I saw Iron Maiden when the were on the "Somewhere in time" tour and they had a giant robot on the stage- they definitely had the props and lights going- and of course they sounded good too.

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I'm always trying to hear new bands. Always!
Well heres another sample for you then KMFDM - Megalomaniac.mp3 it is the first industrial song I heard that got me into that genre

-ren
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05-11-2003, 08:40 AM
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I also listen to 7L & Esoteric. Esoteric is a damn skilled MC:

Here's a free download:

7L & Esoteric - Runaway.mp3
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05-11-2003, 12:25 PM
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I'm into some alternative stuff, lately I've been listening to Sonic Youth. I also like Alice In Chains (hence the avatar, that's Layne Staley there) and Smashing Pumpkins (the older stuff) quite a lot. Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin have both been a great big influence too
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