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Just want to see what everyone listens to by them posting what they think is the best song by each band they like...

 

Back in Black - AC/DC

My Apocalypse - Arch Enemy

Cochise - Audioslave

Indonesia - August Burns Red

Dancing Dead - Avenged Sevenfold

Paranoid - Black Sabbath

Knives and Pens - Black Veil Brides

So Cold - Breaking Benjamin

Chelsea Smile - Bring Me the Horizon

No Easy Way Out - Bullet For My Valentine

Empire - Chimaira

Murdertrain a Comin' - Dethklok

Dead to Rights - DevilDriver

Decadence - Disturbed

To Sirius - Gojira

Honk Kong - Gorillaz

Scanner - hide

Ichirin no Hana - HIGH and MIGHTY COLOR

Hallowed Be Thy Name - Iron Maiden

Holy Diver - Killswitch Engage

Thoughtless - Korn

Laid to Rest - Lamb of God

Stairway to Heaven - Led Zeppelin

Break Stuff - Limp Bizkit

Part of Me - Linkin Park

Bite It Like a Bulldog - Lordi

Davidian - Machine Head

We're From America - Marilyn Manson

「F」 - Maximum the Hormone

Welcome Home (Sanitarium)

My Dark Place Alone - Murderdolls

The Big Come Down - Nine Inch Nails

Heart-Shaped Box - Nirvana

Walk - Pantera

The Outsider - A Perfect Circle

In My Head - Queens of the Stone Age

Wake Up - Rage Against the Machine

Amerika - Rammstein

Space Lion - The Seatbelts

Refuse/Resist - Sepultura

Nobody - Skindred

Scatta - Skrillex

Stain of Mind - Slayer

Pulse of the Maggots - Slipknot

Doomsday Clock - Smashing Pumpkins

Digital (Did You Tell) - Stone Sour

Tribute - Tenacious D

Ember to Inferno - Trivium

Sword of The Witcher - Vader

「BLUE」 - ViViD

Contra Mundum - Zonaria

 

(There are others, but I don't want to make the list too long XD).

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Damn, I'm not complaining, but we got another topic about music... :o

 

It's quite hard to me to chose some fav songs, it depends of my mood and actual feelings.

Hmmm... behold of bloody mess of my music taste...

 

 

Top 15 (0f my fav 5 bands):

Midnight Oil - Cemetery In My Mind

Midnight Oil - Redneck Wonderland

Midnight Oil - Safety Chain Blues

Abney Park - Off The Grid

Abney Park - Airship Pirate

Abney Park - Wanderlust

Massive Attack - Man Next Door

Massive Attack - Dissloved Girl

Massive Attack - Tear drop

Linkin Park - No More Sorrow

Linkin Park - Somwhere I Belong

Linkin Park - Faint

Led Zeppelin - The Battle Of Evermore

Led Zeppelin - Hot Dog

Led Zeppelin - Your Time Is Gonna Gone

--- and others

Nick Cave - To Be By Your Side http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dzafc58H_4E

America - Horse With No Name

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSAJ0l4OBHM

Patty Larkin - Anyway the main thing is... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqSC0GAe9YY

Sneaker Pimps - 6 Underground

Daniel Amos - The Wistler

Clockwork Quartet - The Watchmakers Apprentice

Anna Maria Jopek - Szepty i łzy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_ZTJMZfyEg

Korn - Twisted Transistor

Aerosmith - Hangman Jury

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xA4Ze__jAwk

Tina Turner - We Don't Need Another Hero

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMAULOwDY1Q

Combustible Edison - The Millionaire's Holiday

Chriss Isaak - Wicked Game

AC/DC - The Razors Edge http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BfTXI6jwM4

Dire Straits - So Far Away

Enya - Exile

Eric Clapton - I Shot The Sheriff

Frank Sinatra - You Do Something To Me

Michael Buble - Peroxide Swing

Gnarls Barkley - The Boogie Monster

Guns n' Roses - Used To Love Her

Iron Maiden - Weekend Warrior

Man Man - Engrish Bwudd

Republika - Biala Flaga

Lacuna Coil - Swamped

Sandy Nelson - Teen Beat

Muse - Uprising

REM - Drive

Rolling Stones - Gunface

Sandra - What D'ya Think Of me

Red Hot Chili Peppers - Slow Cheetah http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7g11ViJnU0

Uncle - Loney Soul

The Verve - Bittersweet Symphony http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9u9mZz-o-g

Simple Plan - Me Against The World

Ok Go - Invincible

 

AND MANY MANY MORE!

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Classical

  • Pictures at an Exhibition -Modest Mussorgsky, arranged for orchestra by Maurice Ravel
    Prelude & Tocatta in C minor for Organ (BWV 566a & 566b) - J.S. Bach
    Rhapsody in Blue - George Gershwin
    Piano Concerto No. 3 - Sergei Rachmaninov
    Te Deum - Arvo Part

Rock

  • Master of Puppets - Metallica, arranged for cello quartet by Apocalyptica
    Jump - Van Halen
    Take On Me - Aha
    This Too Shall Pass - Ok Go
    Alchohol - Barenaked Ladies

Techno

  • Derezzed - Daft Punk
    Fasten Your Seatbelts - Pendelum
    The Friendly Faith Plate - Mike Morasky
    Garden Party - Lars Erik Fjsone
    Snowboarders with Fucking Bombs - DM Dokuro

Soundtracks

  • Gabriel's Oboe (The Mission) - Ennio Morricone
    The Legend of Ashitaka (Princess Mononoke) - Joe Hisaishi
    JFK Prologue (JFK) - John Williams
    MEDIC! (Team Fortress 2) - Mike Morasky
    Wind Garden (Super Mario Galaxy) - The Mario Galaxy Orchestra

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I'm not so much into songs themselves. I'm more into different genres or different bands more than individual songs.

I'm the exact opposite.

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Rap/Hip Hop:

Biz Markie - Vapors

Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy - Television, The Drug Of The Nation

Black Eyed Peas - The Empire Strikes Back

 

Rock/Metal:

The Beatles - Come Together

Pink Floyd - The Wall (Album)

Modest Mouse - Float On

Soundgarden - Black Hole Sun

 

Pop (Music that charted at one point or another):

Michael Jackson - Beat It

Aha - Take On Me

 

Electro House:

Lazy Rich - Better Wipe That Up

Michael Woods - First Aid

Avicii - Swede Dreams (Avicii's Sweet Dreams Edit)

 

Funky/Filter House (They are so similar I will merge them):

Tassels - Higher (NEUS Remix)

Daft Punk - Television Rules The Nation

Daft Punk - Around The World

Daft Punk - Da Funk

DJ Medhi - Signatune

Thomas Bangalter - Colossus

Angel Alanis - Funkmaster

Together - So Much Love To Give

Thomas Bangalter - Club Soda

Alan Braxe - Vertigo (Thomas Bangalter Virgo Mix)

 

Dubstep:

Joker - Snake Eater

Joker - Do It

Benga - 26 Basslines

Skream - Filth

 

Electro Funk:

Zapp and Roger- More Bounce To The Ounce

Edwin Birdsong - Cola Bottle Baby

Laidback - Ride The White Horse

 

This was hard to make. Considering I like to listen to genres as a whole. Nonetheless, there are songs that I will never forget, and I will place them here.

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My list would exceed the 60000 character limit... Twice...

 

Suffice to say, I'm an eclectic audiophile. (I like a lot of different styles, but they have to be awesome)

 

I really like songs that combine styles, country/rock combo especially.

Don't insult me. I have trained professionals to do that.

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I have a 927 song list, but I thought it best to abbreviate. ;)

 

*Looks at his full 16 gb mp3 player with 895 tracks, makes sad face*

"When a son is born, the father will go up to the newborn baby, sword in hand; throwing it down, he says, "I shall not leave you with any property: You have only what you can provide with this weapon."

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here are my favorite songs.

!!they are NOT in order by how much i like them!!

*=favorite from that band(no absolute favorite from avenged...)

☜☠☞= A7X's DeathBat symbol

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☜☠☞Avenged Sevenfold☜☠☞:

Chapter four

Sidewinder

Betrayed

Beast and the harlot*

Burn it down*

Afterlife*

Almost easy

Little piece of heaven

Nightmare*

welcome to the family*

so far away*

walk(pantera cover)

 

Metallica:

Mercyful Fate

Nothing else matters

Welcome home (sanitarium)

Sad but true

Fade to black*

For whom the bell tolls

Battery

All nightmare long

Disposable Heroes

One

Enter Sandman

Orion

Master of puppets

Frantic

Fuel

King nothing

Seek and destroy

The day that never comes

Unforgiven 1 & 3

Whiplash

 

Disturbed:

indestructible

Stupify

Asylum*

Prayer

Ten thousand fists

Liberate

Shout 2000

inside the fire

 

Globus:

Take me away

 

pink:

Fucking perfect*

 

Tool:

Schism*

Parabola

 

Michael Bolton:

Go the distance*

 

Michael Jackson:

Will you be there?

You are not alone*

 

-classical-

the Arvo part songs Blue showed me(he knows the ones)

Canon in D~pachelbel

Canon Rock(rock adaptation of Canon)~Funtwo*

Time to say good bye(Con te partirò)~Sarah brightman and Andrea Bocelli

 

Queen:

Bohemian Rhapsody*

We are the champions

 

Guns n roses:

Sweet child 'o mine*

 

Rise against:

Savior*

Prayer of the refugee

Re-education through labor

 

Killswitch engage:

Save me

Take me away

Holy diver*

Last seranade

 

Lonely island:

I just had sex

Jack Sparrow*

 

youtuber songs:

Nice guys~ Kevjumba & Nigahiga

The honest graduation song~ Collegehumor*

 

~that's all that comes to mind right now..

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I have a 927 song list, but I thought it best to abbreviate. ;)

 

*Looks at his full 16 gb mp3 player with 895 tracks, makes sad face*

 

8418 songs total in my lie-berry. 8-)

The key to getting lots of music is hoarding. When I hear a song I like, I get the whole album. When I hear that an artist is similar to an artist I like, I download their discography. Oh, and if you're paying money for your music, you'll never have a large collection. ;)

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I have a 927 song list, but I thought it best to abbreviate. ;)

 

*Looks at his full 16 gb mp3 player with 895 tracks, makes sad face*

 

8418 songs total in my lie-berry. 8-)

The key to getting lots of music is hoarding. When I hear a song I like, I get the whole album. When I hear that an artist is similar to an artist I like, I download their discography. Oh, and if you're paying money for your music, you'll never have a large collection. ;)

 

Well there can't possibly be 8418 songs that one can all like D:!!!!!

 

I used to download charts and my collection used to be some thousands on the computer (Still much less then 8418) as a one time max but really, so many songs I didn't like or got bored I almost restarted my collection from the beginning and since then if I do download charts, which is rarely cause they are mostly crap to me, I pick out like 1 or two good songs from them....

As I said in another topic individually right now I get maybe 2-4 tracks per week, but I search for them for more then 15 hours.... and it gets worse and harder every time, it almost seems I have picked out more then 70 % of every excellent track in Techno, Trance, House or Minimal to my ears there is so far...

 

I might need to shift genres soon to keep tracks coming but first I need a new mp3 player... probly 64 gb will be enough for every excellent track in the genres I'm looking for

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Classical:

 

My top 6:

1. Grieg - Peer Gynt, Hall Of The Moutain King (this is probably the best piece of classic music 2. ever)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrIYT-MrVaI

3. Rimsky Kosrakov - Sheherezade, Lento Adagio

4. Dukas - Sorcerer's aprentice http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XChxLGnIwCU (I like that Disney animation as well)

5. Dvorak - IV Allegro con fuoco

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YvcFlLegKSI

6. Tchaikovsky - Swan Lake, Scene

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S76CGGPqI3s

Grieg - Peer Gynt, Anitra's Dance

Borodin - Prince Igor, Polostvian Dance

Orff - Carmina Burana, O Fortuna

Bizet - Carmen, Dance Boheme

Brahms - Hungarian Dance No 5

Rossini - William Tell, Overture

Puccini - Madame Butterfly, Un Bel Di

Prokofiev - Romeo And Juliet, Montagus and Capulets

Offenbach - Orpheus in the Underworld, Can Can

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Interesting that there are no mentions of any "serious" rock artists

 

Genesis

Jethro Tull

King Crimson

Yes

Van Der Graaf Generator

The Strawbs

Traffic

The Doors

Jefferson Airplane/Starship

Deep Purple

Uriah Heep

Camel

...

 

I wonder if that's because noone on this board likes these bands or purely because people haven't heard them (or about them)? If that's the latter, then I'm sure that some of those who posted here might like some or all of these groups...

 

Regards

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Interesting that there are no mentions of any "serious" rock artists

 

Genesis

Jethro Tull

King Crimson

Yes

Van Der Graaf Generator

The Strawbs

Traffic

The Doors

Jefferson Airplane/Starship

Deep Purple

Uriah Heep

Camel

...

 

I wonder if that's because noone on this board likes these bands or purely because people haven't heard them (or about them)? If that's the latter, then I'm sure that some of those who posted here might like some or all of these groups...

 

Regards

 

Not sure what you mean. You've listed bands from many different genres. Yes, for example, is a prog rock band.

Bands like Pink Floyd, Rush and Led Zeppelin have been mentioned, which anyone would agree are "serious" rock bands, though I'm not sure exactly what *you* mean by that.

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I should have said "... any of the following serious ..." Anyway, I used "serious" for want of a better word because, as you say - the list does not cover just one particular style.

 

What I meant was, for instance, you may have a list in a post here ranging from AC/DC and Iron Maiden to Zeppelin to Dire Straits to Frank Sinatra and REM. Covers pretty much everything from metal to pop but the bands from my list are conspicuous by their absence.

 

So, I was genuinely wondering - is it because nobody likes that kind of music or is it because it is not widely known anymore?

 

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Rock music is pretty known. If I ask if someone listens to rock and they answer no, they still have a good idea of what it is. Now electronic music genres are different. Most people don't know what it is. I find that if you find one genre of electronic music you like, you will like others too. For example, I started out with Techno (yes, straight up Techno, I know what I'm talking about), then started listening to Tech House, Then Prog and Electro House, Then Funky House and Breakbeats, then somewhere along the way I found an interest in Trance.

 

Note: I am only speaking for the US and in personal experience.

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