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« on: April 13, 2003, 01:45:31 AM »

Some time ago while I was on Newbie Developer forums I saw topic which was created for people to post their favourite songs and bands so other people know what to choose from if they want to listen some music... so I decide to make similar topic here so here, we are already have poll which dedicated to music but it's mainly cover music bands and styles not songs...  so please post your fav. songs/bands as well here.

here is mine:
Rock and POP
Radiohead:
Carmapolice
Creep

The Verve:
Bitter Sweet Symphony

Garbage (reccomend all songs they wrote, it's one of my favourite band but here is three songs I currently like most)
Nobody loves you
The World is not enough
Cherry Lips (Go Baby Go)

Chris Rea (one of my favourites perforemer also, he have kind of Blues Rock) first song make me cry when I listen to it:
Looking for the Summer
The Road to Hell
Auberge

Beach Boys:
California Dreaming

Billy Joel:
We don't start the fire

Shade:
Smooth Operator

Dido (everything I've heard is great but as always here is favourites):
Hunter
Don't Think Of Me

Mylene Farmer (most part of her songs are really great):
California
Sans logique
Desenchantee

Jason Donovan:
Sealed With a Kiss

Queen: (all songs are great but my favourite now is)
Innuendo
You don't fool me

Kylie Minogue:
Confide in me
On the night like this
Where the Wild Roses Grow (Nick Cave & Kylie Minogue)
Love Affair
Kids (Kylie Minogue and Robbie Williams)

A-HA (almost everything is good):
Forever Not Yours
The Living Daylights
The Sun Always Shines On T.V.
Hunting high and low

Touch and Go:
Tango in Harlem

RHCP:
Otherside
Scar Tissue
Californication

Hole:
Malibu

Belinda Carlisle:
California

Madonna:
Paradise (not for me)

The Cranberries(all songs you can find):
I still do
promises
stars

The Rolling Stones:
Anybody Seen My Baby

REM:
Losing My Religion

George Thorogood And The Destroyers(this one is rocks):
Bad To The Bone

Depeche Mode:
It's No Good

George Michael:
Careless Whisper (this one make me cry as well)

Mike & the Mechanics:
Anoter Cup of Coffe:

B.B. King:
The Thill is Gone

Tom Petty:
It's Good to be King

Crowded House:
Don't Dream It's Over

Blue Oyster Cult:
Dont Fear the Reaper

Crash Test Dummies:
Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm

Akira Yamaoka:
Silent Hill Theme(if you ever play in Silent Hill you probably already know this song and other great songs too)

some songs I've post are pretty old, but good song for me couldn't become old, hope that for you too Tongue if they are too old for ya don't bite me too much ok? Cheesy Also sorry if I misplaced any music styles.


Hard Rock, Trash Metal, Ghotic and some other styles...

Evanescence(I was amazed when first time hear her voice... it's something which you couldn't miss... look for this band they have only one album yet called Fallen and all songs are good). if you watch TV you probably saw "Bring Me Back to Life"

Metallica (I only don't like much first two albums and my favourite is Garage Inc and S&M):
Mama Said
No Leaf clover
My Friend of misery
Whenever I may roam
Fade to black
Astronomy
Low man's lyric
The Outlaw torn
Turn the page
Until it sleeps
Welcome Home
Whiskey in The Jar(by the wa

Shellyz Raven:
Heavenly Inferno  (this song reflect my soul and feelings now...)

Muse:
Muscle Museum

Guano Apes:
Don't You Turn Your Back On Me (there is 3 mix of this song I've and all 3 is good also I've reccomend other songs of this band)

HIM(everything you find, this band is rock!!! ):
Join Me In Death
Bury Me Deep Inside Your Heart
Gone With The Sin
Right Here In My Arms
When love and death ebraced
Wicked Game
Funeral of the Hearts
One Last time
Close to Flames

Ozzy Osbourne:
I Just Want You

Korn:
Thoughtless
Alone I Break

Linking Park:
The Points of Authority
Somwhere I belong
In The End

Nickelback:
How You Reminded
Too Bad

Marilyn Manson:
Tainted_Love(don't like this band but this song is great(actually it's remake peformed by MM which was originally written by Soft Cell)

Pain(I heard only Album "Supersonic peasant" and reccomend all songs from there):
Just hate me
Shut you mouth
Fade away
Eleanor Rigby

Therion:
O Fortune (probably you already know this song as it's widely used in films)

Rammstein (all songs are just great):
Links 2 3 4
Sonne
Spieluhr
Nebel
Alter Mann
Stripped
Das Modell
Halleluja(OST from Resident Evil)

Theatre Of Tragedy:
Retrospect
Commute
City of Lights


Techno and neighbour styles(hope I don't misunderstood this style of music and put correct bands here):

WamdueProject - King Of My Castle
Watergate - Heart Of Asia

Moby:
why does my heart
extreme ways


Ok I'm looking forward for your opinons and your favourite songs.
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« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2003, 04:37:01 AM »

Hello Phoenix,
what a wonderful idea this is........The two things very very close to my heart are nature and of course my music Wink  Sometimes music can make you happy and sometimes it can help ease the pain....I should be doing something else, but now I'm off to make a list (I suspect it may fairly long) - hope nobody will shout at me for that 8)of the sounds that I have to surround me Wink
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« Reply #2 on: April 13, 2003, 02:56:16 PM »

OK, some of my favourite songs:

Dream Theater: (Almost everything they've made is good, but here's a couple of my favourites)
A Change of Season
Learning to Live
The Dance of Eternity
A Miond Beside Itself

Metallica:
Every song that they've made!

Stratovarius:
Speed of Light
Season of Change
Black Diamond
Most other songs that they've made

Sonata Arctica:
Fullmoon
Replica
Haven't heard that much of them yet, but almost everything they have is good.

Nightwish:
Wishmaster
Over the Hills and far away
Elvenpath

Red Hot Chili Peppers:
Californication
Otherside

Marilyn Manson:
Sweet Dreams
Rock is dead
a couple of other songs which I don't remember what was called.

Pink Floyd:
The Wall (entire album)
Dark Side of the Moon (entire album)

Nirvana:
Smells Like Teen Spirit
Most otehr songs by them are also good.


There are a lot of other bands I like, but I don't remember them right now.
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« Reply #3 on: April 13, 2003, 03:07:46 PM »

Nice to see this topic running Wink it's interesting to know what other people listen as I think it one of the way to know people better.
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« Reply #4 on: April 14, 2003, 09:44:12 AM »

Hello,
here is a sample of a few songs that I enjoy, although many, in many different ways, I would not ever be without my music Cheesy ever
Here we go then, here's mine....... Cool

General
Love Shack  B.52's   Bette Davis Eyes Kim Karnes.   Billie Jean Michael Jackson.  Woman and Just Starting Over John Lennon.   Actually quite a few of Michael Jackson earlier ones as well,   mainly for the rhythms........
Chris Rea's New Light Through Old Windows - especially Ace of Hearts, Fool, Driving Home For Xmas......(I get so homesick and sad for my mother country with this song) Sad
but I still love this song..............

Country
Some Brenda Lee,    some (very old Patsy Cline tracks, like Three Cigarettes in a Ashtray)by the way,  I cut my teeth on Patsy Cline being bought up by my Grandmother:)also Kay Starr singing Half a Photograph (my grandmother would always play this over and over many times, I knew it by heart by the time I was three)!!
Randy Travis, quite a lot of his earlier tracks... mainly On the other Hand and Send My Body Home on the Freight train....and one CD in particular called Heroes and Friends made with Clint Eastwood and many of his youger day heroes who are now his (Randy Travis) friends!  A lot of Johnny Cash but one in particular I have which was banned , I think .stateside "The Cherokee Alphabet".  There has never been words of more meaning in any song anywhere in
the  whole world. Well, thats how I see it anyway.

Standards
Natalie Cole and Dad, Unforgettable.  Natalie on her own, Nom Domenticar, and the most beautiful version of Darling, Je Vous Aime Becoup, then I start to feel very very lonely.... also Someone To Believe In, seems to have the same "bluesy"effect, and you feel like another one eh?  Wink and many other others of course........in similar vein, (not the shouters and screamers I mean): Natalie swings along nicely.............

Jazz Guitar.  
Kenny Burrell.  Georgie Benson. The Boss who is called Wesley...(Wes Montgomery) Barney Kessel,
Django Reinhardt, Stefan Grapelli(violin) and of course.......Chet Atkins.  They all really, really swing............

Jazz Drums
Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers also Chico Hamilton,  they really swing........

Jazz Saxophone
Gerry Mulligan
I was so upset when the world lost Gerry Mulligan not too long ago.  He was my favourite guy for the way he would play My Funny Valentine, in particular.  I would listen to it, over and over, just picking up such sensitivity from it.  As well as Bark For Barksdale (that was usually his introduction tune).

On a less sad note, the Golden Oldies of the 60's, you know, Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis, Big Bopper, Duanne Eddy,  Eddie Cochran, some of Buddy Holly, many, many of Elvis of course.
Am I out of date?  I go by the rythms of music, also soul, feeling, words and timing, and I don't care if it is Bach out of the 17/18th century, as LONG AS IT SWINGS..................baby:)Smiley

I don't ever say there's something I hear I don't like, becaseu there's something out there, pleasing somebody somewhere, I simply say, it may not actually be for me Wink

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« Reply #5 on: April 14, 2003, 09:56:17 AM »

Hello,
yes, see now, I got so caught up in it all, I forgot a couple of other essentials ones I always listen to:

Reggae
Boris Gardner, as in I Want to wake up with You.
And more I can't recall......... Huh

General
SADE, as in I Still Really Really Love You(original)
Love Is Stranger Than Fire.........and more I can't think of Roll Eyes

Sorry Folks
Thanking you,
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« Reply #6 on: April 15, 2003, 03:31:26 PM »

I guess, I should share with you also my favorite (old) songs...

*Whitney Houston
 - "I Will Always Love You" (Theme From "Body Guard")
 - "I Wanna Dance With Somebody Who Loves Me"
 - "Saving All My Love For You"
 - "How Will I Know"
 - "All At Once"


*Celine Dione
 - "My Heart Goes On..."  (Theme From "Titanic")
 - "To Love You More"


*George Benson
 - "20/20"
 - "The Greatest Love Of All"

                                     
*Marvin Gaye
 - "What's Going On"


*Starship
 - "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" (Theme from "Mannequin")
 - "Sara"
 - "Babylon"
 - "We Built This City"

                 
*Tears For Fears
 - "Shout"
 - "Everybody Wants To Rule The World"
 - "Mad World"


*Angela Bofill
 - "Angel Of The Night"
 - "Tell Me Tomorrow"
 - "Break It To Me Gently"
 - "Special Delivery"
 - "This Time I'll be Sweeter"
 - "Holdin' Out For Love"
                   

All songs of *MADONNA Lol!  Grin
All songs of *BON JOVI Yeah!!  Wink

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« Reply #7 on: May 03, 2003, 06:52:07 PM »

Man, you guys like lots of songs....

Well, here are some of my favourite songs...

Bela Bartok:
The Village Joke
See-Saw
Roumanian Folk Dances

There were a couple others, but I can't remember their names....

Franz Liszt:
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2.

This is a popular song... I think most of you have heard it before.

Man, I wish I had the sheet music for that to play on my flute... It's so hard to find good flute sheet music these days.

Let's see... I lost my favourite Irish folk CD, and I have a bad memory so I won't be able to list any of those songs for you.  Sad

Now, onto the American music!

Third Day:
Show me your Glory
God of Wonders

Nicole C. Mullen:
Redeemer
Freedom

DC Talk:
Consume Me

Man, I know there's more... But since I don't listen to music that often, I can't remember any of the songs I used to like... Kind of pathetic.  Embarrassed
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« Reply #8 on: May 03, 2003, 09:06:41 PM »

Guess I'll make an update on which songs I listen to. Songs that I forgot, or that I've started liking since the last post.

Symphony X:
Just started to listen to them a few days ago, so I don't really have any favourite sogs by them.

Rhapsody:
Same as above.

Press Play on Tape:
Monty on the Run
Monkey Island
Wizardry

Music from old C64 games Smiley
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« Reply #9 on: July 13, 2003, 02:01:33 AM »

My fav song is:
Just A Day by Feeder

Also like Link Park, RATM, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nirvana, Good Charlotte .........

And I am so not proud to say this but I like those annying, but catchy, pop songs!!!
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« Reply #10 on: July 13, 2003, 12:51:41 PM »

And I am so not proud to say this but I like those annying, but catchy, pop songs!!!
many folks like them but keep this in secret Lips Sealed Grin
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« Reply #11 on: July 13, 2003, 03:33:53 PM »

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many folks like them but keep this in secret
Mmm... Like you, Denis?  Grin
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« Reply #12 on: July 13, 2003, 06:59:56 PM »

There is nothing wrong with enjoying good old manufactured POP.

People shouldn't keep it a secret as most people do like them.
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« Reply #13 on: July 13, 2003, 08:39:57 PM »

I experienced live bagpipes in a pub in Ullapool, Scotland last week. It was interesting the first few times and v.loud. At the 3rd installment we had to leave. Incredible experience though, bagpipes indoors! Imagine the practise sessions at home  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #14 on: July 13, 2003, 09:17:30 PM »

Mmm... Like you, Denis?  Grin
exactly Grin
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