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Discussion in 'Nevermore' started by incarnated-solvent-abuse, Jul 11, 2007.
Garbaage duuump, oh garbaage duuuump...
Muse, Rush, Mars Volta, anything from Mattias Eklundh, Vai, Satriani, Bon Jovi
Quiet, you. Your elitism is showing.
ok i will
then you NEED to get Conan the Barbarian by Basil Poledouris, 16 tracks of pure fucking EPIC. also The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly by Ennio Morricone. they are the awesome.
You kick arse.
Haven't seen Conan in years, but I'll look into it. I must also now acquire the Transformer soundtrack; the instrumental stuff is awesome.
oh yeah, and classic r&b ... the four tops, the platters, marvin gaye, etc ... and blood sweat & tears <3
Jazz Fusion. I just love it for some reason. Or maybe solo acoustic music like Michael Hedges, Phil Keaggy, or Don Ross.
dead can dance, twin peaks/blade runner/old star wars soundtracks, julee cruise, chemical brothers, portishead (best trip-hop band ever), olen'k, a-ha, loreena mckennitt, 80's pop songs, nine inch nails, alanis morissette, older stuff of prince and cure
Oh c'mon, we all know that you love Dragonforce.
"Now make sure you tell everyone Herman Ri (Li) is cool or I'll shit on your head."
Other than the many genres of Metal I indulge in, I like some classical, Trance/Vocal Trance along with other types of Techno, some rap, some Newage (Enigma type shit) and some composed OSTs from specific games. For example, any of Nobuo Uematsu's work (including his rock/metal band) who is known for his composing of the Final Fantasy series' music. Also when I'm in the mood, I'll listen to something a normal person wouldn't listen to, like the Silent Hill 3 OST.
Forgot to mention opera and cello pieces like Yo-Yo Ma.
Only opera I've seen in full was Bellini's I Puritani.
"Oh we got both kinds: Country *and* Western!"
I'm a HUGE grunge and alternative fan, but only of a select few, the biggest of which is Alice in Chains and Soundgarden. AIC influenced me the same way that old Metallica did, though in a deeper way. Metallica was something that made me start playing guitar, but AIC made me understand feeling over ability. For me, Chris Cornell during his Soundgarden years was the greatest frontman of all time. I know that's a bold statement, but that's how I feel about it. I dug only a few songs from Nirvana, but mostly I was sick of all the hype.
I also like REAL country, as Shpongled said.
The music that can bring me to tears, however, would be classical. The wif is a classically trained violinist, so there's no shortage of inspiration to draw from in this house. I prefer Grieg and the like instead of Vivaldi and Paganini. Vivaldi is so overplayed and actually overrated in my opinion. Genius, yes, but the conservatories here play just like Vivaldi: perfect in every way and with absolutely no feeling.
Since I grew up in the 80's, of course I love a lot of 80's bands, and I don't mean only metal bands. J. Geils Band, Springsteen, Yes, The Fixx, Tears for Fears, Rick Springfield, etc. Also a lot of 70's bands that I grew up with through my parents, such as Skynyrd, Allman Bros., ZZ Top, Peter Frampton, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Elton John, Pink Floyd, a little Zeppelin, etc. I hate the Eagles.
rollin rollin rollin, keep them doggies rollin
i dig, err, whatever the fuck depeche mode and massive attack are...ambient electronic i guess.
underground rap, blue grass, native american folk, folk, eastern indian, yep. that's about it.
I like electronica and trip-hop mainly outside of metal. Also selected things from many other genres.