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Discussion in 'Nevermore' started by incarnated-solvent-abuse, Jul 11, 2007.
I see you also reside in Edinburgh, nice.
Siwwy wittiw goose.
Yep. Deepest Leith.
Cool, I lived there last year. I'm now in Newington, closer to the Uni.
Hey, I don't think Scotsmen are allowed to fraternize over the Internet.
whatever is on the classical radio station, and George Thorogood. I've been know to listen to some Enya too; i use that to calm my nerves sometimes.
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It'd be a stretch to call it a Uni, no?
anything(from hardcore/terror - RnB/Hiphop and from carnaval - top40(hits)) but only the songs that i like....thats alot ...i dont like classic...dont know it just bores me
but in my cdreck you will only find metal...and some jazz/blues
I agree wi' your comment in large part, except that I'm no' accustomed to this "New Age" folk you speak of. Scottish and Irish folk are what I've grown up playing an' stuff, so that speaks for itself (though I do love the Swedish folk I've heard as well).
Love blues, especially the more recent (when compared to the popular Delta blues players) chaps such as Rory Gallagher, Stevie Ray Vaughn etc.
Jazz can be great, but I generally can't stand much in the way o' modern jazz. I appreciate it's highly intricate an' the players are extremely adept, but it jist hurts my ears, frankly.
Some "Avante Garde" stuff such as Dead Can Dance (who are incredible, an' more Rennaisance than any'hing else for me) can be sublime. Rock, classical, Baroque, Romantic, some country, occasional (usually old school) hip hop etc. yadda yadda words words...
EDIT: And ambient sounds.
By 'New Age' I mean shit like Enya.
Ha...hahaha. Ye reminded me o' something...
At around 8:30 where that fucking moron fae that shite band Towers of London Donny Tourette is told he is, "about as punk as Enya" by Bill Bailey. Classic episode.
Anyhoo, I do agree. Unrelated to music, New Age mysticism is utter bollocks, too.
I'll have to consult my rune stones about that, but I think you're right, lad.
traditional european folk music, mostly northern.
alternative rock, rap, classic country, blues, pop ... Frank Sinatra ... piano-playing/singer-songwriter-chick stuff...
I like complex jazz and classical, especially beethoven. He was the master of diminished.
Prog Rock, Experimental, Folk Rock, and Texas Blues.
And then aside from that, Massive Attack, and Juno Reactor.
soundtracks (Conan, LOTR, Mummy Returns (perfect for D&D)