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Postby lordpunkmonk on Sun Feb 17, 2008 1:29 pm

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Postby Zankou 2.0 on Sun Feb 17, 2008 1:31 pm

--Zankou II

The thin line between genius and insanity is less of a border than a union.

"Science can purify religion from error and superstition; religion can purify science from idolatry and false absolutes. Each can draw the other into a wider world, a world in which both can flourish."
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Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.
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Postby lordpunkmonk on Sun Feb 17, 2008 1:43 pm

Iron Man

Black Sabath is AWSOME

Zankou 2.0 wrote:Through the Fire and The Flames by Dragonforce.

Hell Yeah rock on forever
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Postby Lord of Numa on Sun Feb 17, 2008 4:53 pm

My favorite bands:

Senses Fail
Escape the Fate
Blink-182
Rage Against the Machine
Motion City Soundtrack
Kingston Falls
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May He bless MP3 Fiesta and their noodlicious music bargains!
May He also watch over Roffleopolis and touch it with his marvelous Noodly Appendages.

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Postby ~NoodleDemon~ on Sun Feb 17, 2008 10:12 pm

My tastes run from conventional stuff...

Queen
Black Sabbath
The incomparable Santana
Pink Floyd
Aerosmith
Led Zeppelin
Deep Purple
Jethro Tull
AC/DC
The Who
The White Stripes
Van Halen
Metallica
Rage Against The Machine
Soundgarden
Alice in Chains
Stone Temple Pilots
Pearl Jam
Nirvana
Velvet Revolver
Linkin Park
Evanescence
Dragonforce
Crush 40
Outkast (best rap there is)
The old, less virulent Eminem
Tupac Shakur
Steven Lynch
Rodney Carrington
Random underground rappers/RnB people


To this stuff...

60's/70's Jazz (not smooth jazz, usually)
Baroque classical music, and 19'th/20th century classical guitar (mostly Barrios)
Hindustani/Karnatic music (free ragam)
I hope you're on the recieving end of an improbability equation wherein something happens to you that's as unlikely as Rob Schneider winning a best actor Oscar on the same day Michael Jackson single handedly captures Osama Bin Laden. ~ Rainswept

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Postby lordpunkmonk on Sun Feb 17, 2008 11:38 pm

My tastes run from conventional stuff...

Queen
Black Sabbath
Pink Floyd
Aerosmith
Led Zeppelin
AC/DC
Van Halen
Metallica
Rage Against The Machine
Alice in Chains
Stone Temple Pilots
Pearl Jam
Nirvana
Velvet Revolver
Linkin Park
Dragonforce
The old, less virulent Eminem
Steven Lynch

To this stuff...

60's/70's Jazz (not smooth jazz, usually)

DISCLAIMER:these artists were put down in a post made by noodle demon however he mostly had stuff I know and like written down so I have borrowed his list took out the things I did not know and others that I did not like

ADD TO LIST
muse
iron maiden
weird al yanchovic
spinal tap
rev. horton heat
micheal jacksons stuff is pretty good but he is a little creepy now adays
the ramones
GWAR's funny music
every band who's music was in SLC Punk
the soundtrack of team america world police
guns and roses
bad religion
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Postby ~NoodleDemon~ on Sun Feb 17, 2008 11:50 pm

~NoodleDemon~ wrote:My tastes run from conventional stuff...

Queen
Black Sabbath
The incomparable Santana
Pink Floyd
Aerosmith
Led Zeppelin
Deep Purple
Jethro Tull
AC/DC
The Who
The White Stripes
Van Halen
Metallica
Rage Against The Machine
Soundgarden
Alice in Chains
Stone Temple Pilots
Pearl Jam
Nirvana
Velvet Revolver
Linkin Park
Evanescence
Dragonforce
Crush 40
Outkast (best rap there is)
The old, less virulent Eminem
Tupac Shakur
Steven Lynch
Rodney Carrington
Random underground rappers/RnB people


To this stuff...

60's/70's Jazz (not smooth jazz, usually)
Baroque classical music, and 19'th/20th century classical guitar (mostly Barrios)
Hindustani/Karnatic music (free ragam)


Ah, I forgot...

Guns and Roses
System of a Down
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Weird Al Yankovic
Old M.J.
The Ramones
Disturbed
HIM
Iron Maiden
Malmsteen
Eric Clapton
Hendrix
Kiss
Fort Minor
Punjabi MC

And nobody is a true nerd without Final Fantasy music...

Maybe there are others I forgot...

EDIT: Dude, remember to use teh quotes. I don't mind, really, but others might.
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Postby lordpunkmonk on Sun Feb 17, 2008 11:57 pm

sorry dude I was going to quote and put all the ones I knew and liked in bold then I saw you had not included a few good ones so I needed to take off the end quote so I could put the stufff in then one thing led to another and I just decided to take out the ones I did not know or care for then at the end I was to lazy to put the quotes back
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Postby Rainswept on Mon Feb 18, 2008 9:15 am

Today I've been listening to Sara Bareilles.
I believe it's time for mankind to set aside the crutch of religion and embrace morality born of reason and truth. Those crutches have long since proven treacherous when the ground gets slippery.
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Re: what im listening to

Postby Mad Willyum Bonney on Mon Feb 18, 2008 10:00 am

Shmoo wrote:The Smiths - Singles - this very sec - how soon is it now


My favorite tune of theirs ( also one of my top ten favs of all time ) is There is a light that never goes out . What's your favorite Smiths song ?
Remembering St. John
Remembering Auntie DeeDee
Remembering times of innocence
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Postby ~NoodleDemon~ on Mon Feb 18, 2008 11:26 am

lordpunkmonk wrote:sorry dude I was going to quote and put all the ones I knew and liked in bold then I saw you had not included a few good ones so I needed to take off the end quote so I could put the stufff in then one thing led to another and I just decided to take out the ones I did not know or care for then at the end I was to lazy to put the quotes back


It's fine, man, just remember that you never know who'll turn out to be anal about random crap like this.
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Postby Wawizzle on Mon Feb 18, 2008 12:57 pm

Right now I'm listening to

Mein Teil by Rammstein

I love the industrial metal heavy-ness along with vulgar-sounding lyrics.
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Postby Moral Minority on Thu Feb 21, 2008 6:28 am

My preferances are very limited.

I like:
Rammstein
Voltaire
Korn
Nirvana
Warren Zevon
Akon
Weird Al Yankovic
PUFFY
Die Toten Hosen
Die Arzte
Nina Hagen
MC Hawking
Green Day
Kate Voegele
Creature Feature

Add to dat:
Bob Marley
The Beatles
The Rolling Stones
Aqua
Elvis
B.B. King
Louis Armstrong
Beethoven
AC/DC
Franz List
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Postby Dr Dagger on Thu Feb 21, 2008 11:52 am

How has no-one mentioned this?
Signed Dr Dagger, The Yorkshire Ripper
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Postby ken worley on Mon Feb 25, 2008 12:16 pm

Anyone else here a fan of Masters of Reality.?(the band).

Their self-titled album from 1988,
sometimes referred to as "The Blue Garden" is pretty damned cool.
I bought it in 1990 on cassette, based on the cover art alone, having never heard of the band before then.
(they got no radio play at the time, or since then, that I ever heard.)

The tracks have a sound like a tighter-produced Cream, I would say.
('specially the drums)

See cover art below.

tracklist:

Theme for the Scientist of the Invisible
Domino
The Blue Garden
Gettin' High
The Candy Song
Magical Spell
The Eyes of Texas
Sleep Walkin'
Lookin' to Get Rite
John Brown
Kill the King

The 1990 reissue(on Def American Records) includes a bonus track called "Doraldine's Prophecies"...I had to order the CD from the band's website, as none of the local stores had a copy.

Sample lyric:
"When I was just a little boy,
I tried to cross the river...
Jumped on an alligator.
(I thought it was a horrrrssssse.)"



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