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« on: January 07, 2007, 11:21:49 AM »

I've been on a kick on my space and youtube latley,looking up old music acts that I enjoy,and discovering new stuff as well...(anybody ever here about the MUMMYS?)And thought it would be interesting to find out what kind of musical tastes we have floating around in your top twenty songs of all time(yes,thats a toughie....)mine(which are subject to change day to day)...are:
!.SATISFACTION by the Rolling Stones
2.HOLIDAY in CAMBODIA-the Dead Kennedys
3.1969-the Stooges
3.Sabbath,Bloody Sabbath-Black Sabbath
3.Howling at the Moon-the RAMONES!!!!!
4.Piece of My Heart-Janis Joplin
5.Caught in a Trap-ELVIS!!!!
6.SUPERBAD!-James Brown,THEE  Godfather of Soul!
8.Black Flag-RISE ABOVE!
9.Thunder Kiss65-White Zombie
10.Let Me Stand next to Your Fire-JIMI!!!!
11.I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry-Hank Williams SR.(I can't stand Jr!)
12.ACE of SPADES-the Mighty MOTORHEAD!!!!
13.Garbageman-the CRAMPS!
14.Chasing Shadows-Deep Purple
15.EIGHTEEN-Alice Cooper
16.Bodies-the SEX PISTOLS
17.anything by the VENTURES
18.These Boots-Nancy Sinatra
19.Banned in DC-the BAD BRAINS!!!!!
20.American Women-the Grass Roots(it just came on the radio jusst NOW...and I'm easily influenced.)
...making lists is a strange eating Juju Fruits....

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« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2007, 12:04:51 PM »

Well now, I've never really sat down to make a list of my favorite songs, or movies for that matter. I, like you, have my favorites according to my mood, what movie I've seen recently, etc. I do have songs I have always liked and are among my favories, and others I really like and can never remember the tiltle. Most of my listening is via the radio, so there is not a lot of alternative music in my favorites, and I doubt I could narrow it down to twenty.

Some of my favorites:

Kashmir and most any other song by Led Zeppilin (minus the Lemon Song)
#9 Dream by John Lennon (Imagine, Instant Karma, and So This is Christmas too)
Total Eclipse of the Heart by Bonnie Tyler
Last Child by Aerosmith (and I'll listen to most anything by them)
Foolin' by Def Leppard (uh-huh, most anything by them as well)
Don't Stop by No Doubt (and most nothing else by them)
How You Remind Me by Nickelback
Uninvited by Alanis Morisette
Sunglasses at Night by Corey Hart (why, I have no idea, but I really like the sound of it)
Shout by Tears for Fears
Voices Carry by Til Tuesday (is my list looking a little too 80s here?)

I'll leave it at that for now. I know there's a lot from the 70s I'm missing, but I can't think of them of the top of my head for now.
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« Reply #2 on: January 09, 2007, 03:27:12 PM »

Man...I could talk music all day.  I too loved youtube when I had internet at home (I only have access at work atm; I'm a poor ass lately lol).  Anyway, I was loving myspace and youtube as far as watching Black Flag in the early years -all those shows I was too young to even think about seeing.  I watched the Misfits playing live in one clip when Glen was a young dude.

Anyway, much of my music taste is rather obscure or all over the board.
Some things to check out on either/or:

Katie Jane Garside/Queen Adreena - kickass brit band -great videos - refreshing for new music.  Formerly Daisy Chainsaw of the early 90s - proto grunge indeed

Siouxsie and the Banshees old school vids - Hong Kong Garden for example

See if you can find Alice Cooper's clip playing Public Animal #9 live from the School's Out album 1972

The Twinemen  - formerly part of Morphine - pretty damn good s**t w/rockin sax

Old School Type O Negative

The Sisters of Mercy

Lords of Acid videos or live concerts (not work safe!)

Anything by Ween is sure to be entertaining

Anything by Richard D. James aka as any of the following names:
*AFX, Polygon Window, Joyrex, Rephlex, Robbie the Robot, and most well known as Aphex Twin, among other names

Anything by Dr. Alex Patterson, or better known as The Orb

Sonic Youth - the older stuff is gem; the newer stuff is good too

Devo - non whip-it

Old Twisted Sister, Ratt, Crue, and Quiet Riot videos are always a treat

Anything related to Perry Farrel and Steven Perkins: Jane's Addiction and Porno for Pyros, but also gotta give some respect to Dave and Eric's Deconstruction experiment

Live performances from Rasputina for some evil cello action (my current avatar)

The Bauhaus, Dead Can Dance, Stina Nordanstam, Tori Amos

and of course, anything by Bjork, especially her vids.
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« Reply #3 on: January 09, 2007, 05:58:43 PM »

clockworkcanary, do you post on Xltronic???

Seems natural, since you like Aphex that much!!!

For me, i mostly like stuff like

Electronic (AFX, Bogdan Raczynski, Autechre, Boards of Canada etc.)
Old soul/funk music (Solomon Bourke, Curtis Mayfield, Marvin Gaye, Isaac Hayes etc.)
80'ies stuff (Kate Bush, Oingo Boingo, Depeche mode, Soft Cell etc.)
Alternative/lo-fi (Ariel Pink, Portastatic, Gary Wilson etc.)
Grime (Bruza, Lethal Bizzle, Dizzee Rascal, Crazy Titch, Kano, Shystie, Skepta, Jammer etc.)
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« Reply #4 on: January 09, 2007, 07:19:30 PM »

Boy...and I thought some of MY music was out of the loop....I'm all Question

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« Reply #5 on: January 09, 2007, 07:34:01 PM »

I'm into metal mostly. Terrorizer, Impetigo, Immolation, Pestilence, Entombed, Carcass, Repulsion, Napalm Death, Macabre, Bathory, and Autopsy are some favs. I don't really have particular favorite songs, I'm more into the entire album of a band. I dig some punk like GG Allin too, that guy was a disgusting freak but his music is hilarious stuff.

Don Caballero is my fav band though, they're like instrumental prog rock, very catchy stuff, you could probably find some clips on youtube. Jaga Jazzist is another fav band, they're like experimental jazz rock.
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« Reply #6 on: January 10, 2007, 07:08:31 AM »

80's hair metal!   Thumbup
I've got Dokken's Dream Warriors from the Nightmare On Elm Street 3 soundtrack playing on my Myspace page.
Old Black 'N Blue and Bulletboys are what's in my CD and MP3 players right now.
As for newer music, I've been listening to a lot of Papa Roach.  I think those guys totally kick ass!

Listening to all of that old stuff brings me back to my early high school days in the late 80's when I was a 16-17 year old metalhead with a mullet who wore black Anthrax, Ozzy or Iron Maiden t-shirts under a cool jean jacket with those square-shaped band pins on the front and a big Metallica iron-on patch on the back.
Ahhh...Those were the days!
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« Reply #7 on: January 10, 2007, 08:15:08 AM »

clockworkcanary, do you post on Xltronic???

Seems natural, since you like Aphex that much!!!

Nope, never posted there.  I mainly stick to bad movie sites or Agnostic-related forums.  But yeah...always dug Aphex Twin.  I have some Muziq and Autechre tracks too but nothing beats Richard.

And how could I forget Kate Bush - she's awesome too.
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« Reply #8 on: January 10, 2007, 12:15:21 PM »

This is a hard topic  because I listen to alot Rock mostyl Punk/ Hardcore with alittle Metal. I will probably forget something but here it goes:

If I want to mellow out: Ramones, Dresden Dolls, Joan Jett, Husker Du, Big Black, Tsunami Bomb, Pretenders, The Lawerance Arms. a CD I made with Dokken- Breaking the Chains on as well Megadeth cover of Anarchy in UK and Metallica cover of So What and lots more.

If I'm going out to school or somewhere: Minor Threat, Distillers, D.I., A Global Threat, Cheap Sex, Metallicas first 4 albums, Dead Kenndeys, Conflict, Judge, S.O.D., Have Heart, Black Flag, Madball, Anti- Nowhere League, Germs, Mitra and lots lots more. Thats just a little taste.


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« Reply #9 on: January 10, 2007, 12:36:03 PM »

I have the oddest lot of songs on my I-Pod.  My heart belongs mostly to metal/rock but I enjoy everything from classical to death metal. 

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« Reply #10 on: January 10, 2007, 01:52:18 PM »

I like that old time Rock and Roll.
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« Reply #11 on: January 10, 2007, 03:35:00 PM »

I think I went through a phase of liking most types of music (well...never country and only a minscule amount of rap/hip hop).  It's kinda cool how I went through different phases and never dropped anything really.

When I was a mullet rocker in stonewash jeans back in jr. high, I was all about Crue and the related, that is, until I discovered Anthrax, Metallica, Megadeath, Danzig, and Slayer.  I was all about the metal during the late 80s.  Then I went through a period of a lot of 80s punk anyway: Circle Jerks, Black Flag, Bad Brains, More Beer, D.R.I., Crucifux, etc.,

About the time I was getting a little burnt on it all and Metallica totally p**sed me off with their mellowed out "Justice" album (Cliff, rest your soul buddy) I found something else.  One day, in 10th grade or so, I discovered something that altered my world.  It was like, 88 or 89ish and I was about burnt out on headbanger's ball s**t.  I was hangin with my friend and his older sister was driving us somewhere.  Normally she played stuff I didn't like at the time, stuff like the Cure, but this particular day it was "Nothing Shocking" from Jane's Addiction.  I was forever changed.

I began to expand into all sorts of crazy stuff from there.  It was right before "Alternative" was coined, when it was just the rack of cassettes in the music store with stuff that didn't fit anywhere else.  I started getting into Primus, early NIN, Sonic Youth, the Sundays, Nirvanna, and Siouxsie.

Then I went to college and my music just got weirder.  Pixies, Belly, Breeders, Rage Against the Machine (first ablum), Smashing Pumpkins (first ablum only), Juliana Hatfield, etc.  I still liked some hardcore though but I balanced it all out better.

Then I went through a techno phase, as I was hitting the clubs weekly, getting trashed and dancing between two women on several ocassions, which would have never happened if I was still thrashing to Metallica :)

A little later, I discovered Bjork and then Tori Amos.  The deal was sealed when I went to a Tori concert not really knowing what to expect.  Suffice to say I went back another 9 times (met her as well). 

Then I started exploring electronica a bit more than the repeatative beats at the club: intellidance and ambience, which is how I discovered Aphex Twin.

Oh, and how I almost forgot Ween, whom I discovered during my college party years.  Let me tell you - if you don't know about Ween you should check them out.  They lampoon every genre and even make up a few of their own.  Their first album, God Ween Satan, is the best, with songs ranging from punk, metal, to prince-like, to Kansas, to some jazz, to a church choir song, to a song that sounds like two drunk hillbillies talking about a 'coon dog lol. 

I'm forgetting to mention a few other styles I got into for awhile: Doors, Floyd, Sabbath, and Zepplin of course.  And also a little time spent with some Goth here and there.  And I've always been an Alice Cooper fan since about 7th grade.

So yeah, it's been a strange trip from listening to only speed metal in the earlier days to now being all about classical, jazz, industrial, evil classical, and ambience.

Oh oh before I forget, I gotta plug for an online radio station I was into before I dropped my internet - used to listen to it every day, check it out.  Also check out for constant live ween :)
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« Reply #12 on: January 10, 2007, 06:42:44 PM »

I have the oddest lot of songs on my I-Pod.  My heart belongs mostly to metal/rock but I enjoy everything from classical to death metal. 

Ditto. Right now my iPod's top played songs include stuff from Grave Digger, Chris Cornell, The Killers, The Psychedelic Furs, Janet Jackson and Beethoven (I love Moonlight Sonata - it's got to be one of my all time favorite pieces of music).

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« Reply #13 on: January 10, 2007, 11:53:25 PM »

Here's my top twenty  albums of all time list (in no particular order BTW)

1)  THE BEATLES  "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"
2)  KING CRIMSON   "Thrak"
3)  RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS "Blood Sugar Sex Magic"
4)  RADIOHEAD   "OK Computer"
5)  SLAYER   "Reign in Blood"
6)  METALLICA   "Master of Puppets"
7)  MEGADETH   "Rust in Peace"
8)  PRIMUS    "Sailing the Seas of Cheese"
9)  FRANK ZAPPA   "Overnight Sensation"
10) RUSH   "Counterparts"
11) XTC    "English Settlement"
12) AC/DC    "Powerage"
13) SOUNDGARDEN   "Superunknown"
14) MR. BUNGLE   "Mr. Bungle"
15) FAITH NO MORE   "Angel Dust"
17) PAUL SIMON    "Graceland"
18) LED ZEPPELIN   "Physical Graffitti"
19) IRON MAIDEN   "Piece of Mind"
20) ALICE IN CHAINS  "Jar of Flies"
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Radiohead - Kid A

All must listen :)
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