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Old 01-07-2010, 08:04 AM   #1801 (permalink)
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Get Funeral.


That's all.
Spot on, can listen to that album over and over again.



I'm trying to get into all the music from Scrubs, can't find any of The Corals albums anywhere, and I don't download. Actually I'm finding it hard to find most of the series music. I just brought The Shins album (the one with 'New Slang' on it)
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Old 01-07-2010, 10:24 AM   #1802 (permalink)
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That's all.
I like half the songs off that album so it makes good sense.

Is Neon Bible shit, average, good or great?
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Old 01-08-2010, 12:55 AM   #1803 (permalink)
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Looking for some songs I can practice singing, don't care what type of music it is as long as its for a natural bass.

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Looking for some songs I can practice singing, don't care what type of music it is as long as its for a natural bass.

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Natural bass? you mean like deeper voice?
Why not some Nick Cave?
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1. Black metal with female vocals?
2. Anything that sounds like Trinacria. i been through a few suggestions on last fm and most are not the same.
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Old 01-08-2010, 12:44 PM   #1806 (permalink)
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Hi all,
I love those classical disco music in which a piano is playing very fast, can you tell me what is the style of such music? and can you please name some of these kind of music and if you know any link to download I am appreciate it

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Why not some Nick Cave?
Yeah I've done a few of his songs.

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Anything from October Rust by Type O negative... some very awesome deep voice singing right there on that album...
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Anything from October Rust by Type O negative... some very awesome deep voice singing right there on that album...
I'll have to look into some of that. I've only heard a little of Type O Negative but liked what I heard. Spot on about the deep voice too.

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Yeah I've done a few of his songs.

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Don't know for sure whether this is okay but try some Paradise Lost, These two songs maybe? They might have better in terms of what you're looking for?



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Old 01-09-2010, 09:53 AM   #1810 (permalink)
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Hey hey!

I just started getting into house music (I was in death/thrash metal before LOL, it's quite a change, yes...) and I'm still having a hard time trying to find the precise house songs that I like amongst all the artists and bands in the house music scene (put yourself in my shoes for this one: I know absolutely nothing in dance/house music ).

As the thread title implies, I found out during my research that I like almost exclusively stuff that is coming from 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 or 2005 (the late 90s too in fact) and coming from Europe for the most part. I like what we would call simply "house music" but also 'electro house music" (no trance/pop extreme electronic stuff or whatever lol). I have no idea what to look for.

I don't know but...when I listen to those songs, it really makes me think about summer and it actually makes me feel nostalgic although I never really listened to this before. But hey, it's just quite special and that's why I like it .

I'll give some examples of what I really like and you will see what I mean:

Modjo - Lady
Cassius - Cassis 99 (remix) (radio edit)
Daft Punk - One More Time (I like the Homework album mostly, no Human After All please lol)
Stardust - Music Sounds Better With You (this one is epic)
Supermen Lovers - Starlight
Surkin - Radio Fireworks
Shapeshifters - Lola's Theme
Room 5 - Make Luv (incredible)
David Morales - Needin' You
Eddie Amador - House Music (original mix stuff)
Freemasons - Love on my Mind
Deepest Blue - Deepest Blue

...

Ok, as you can see, those are for the most part nice, chillout summer songs or club songs and they are usually very well known hits from the past. But beware, I really don't like what I would call "brainless unthoughtful aggressive house" like Mr Oizo - Flat Beat and well, let's say... Kill the Noise for example or that song called Infinity by Guru Josh Project or something. Those are so bad if you ask me! They have no soul it seems...

If you guys could just come out with a big, nice list of the same kind of music acts as those, I would really appreciate. I just need group names and I'll find by myself their top songs. If you really feel like helping me just give me the names of the songs too, it would be even better.

I hope you guys help me out, because I really want to go deep in this kind of music!

Thanks!
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