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23 November 2018 - 5:44pm

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Hey guys,

since we already have an electronic and a gambling related music threads here I thought it might be a good idea for us to have a thread for all kind of stuff in music not being limited or framed by styles, streams and so on, ..so everything's accepted here..yeah..even country music..probably πŸ™‚

So, please feel free to share the music that made you the persons you are today...or you just having fun with...back in the day till now.

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23 November 2018 - 5:57pm
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OK, let me start... quite ashamed to admit these are couple of songs that I've been quite fancy, in my teen years...not only that use to sing those..well at least under the shower anyway..when no one supposed to be listened anyway 😳

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23 November 2018 - 7:29pm
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nice idea...i will post something soon here

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25 November 2018 - 2:04pm
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starting like you sharpe back in the days...
this is the titlesong of the first skateboard video i saw when i was 13....
it was "santa cruz wheels of fire" from 1987

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25 November 2018 - 4:53pm
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This is a first time that I'm listening to any of those, but...it's a nice stuff πŸ‘

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25 November 2018 - 7:16pm
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This is a first time that I'm listening to any of those, but...it's a nice stuff πŸ‘

you created a thread which is very difficult 😎
dont know where to start i like so many different musik styles and have so
much favorite tracks...but a lot of them are to violently for a thread like this...maybe
i will post some of them here anyway...we will see

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Oops, sorry, that's not the way

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26 November 2018 - 2:08am
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There we go lol, Carry On Wayward Son by Kansas.
I have been singing my son to sleep with song since his very first night after birth, it calms him down every time, tired, sick, teething you name it. So it has shot to the top of my all time favorites list.

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i think everyone knows this video and the story behind it....
if not ...here it is: 1000 musicians came together to play learn to fly from the foo fighters
and to ask dave grohl to come and play in cesena italy.....impressive performance

rage against the machine bullet in the head
i love the power of the whole album

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26 November 2018 - 11:57am
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sorry for posting again but there are so many
good tracks i like to share...and to mix it up a little bit here
is a very funky hip hop tune from surreal & the sound providers called
place to be...in combination whith this crispy downhill ride from liam morgan
it is realy dope

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26 November 2018 - 7:46pm
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you created a thread which is very difficult 😎
dont know where to start i like so many different musik styles and have so
much favorite tracks...but a lot of them are to violently for a thread like this...maybe
i will post some of them here anyway...we will see

sorry mate... πŸ˜›
No need to hurry...we would probably have enough time for everything here.. πŸ™‚

violent = heavy or = violent & heavy? πŸ˜‰

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There we go lol, Carry On Wayward Son by Kansas.
I have been singing my son to sleep with song since his very first night after birth, it calms him down every time, tired, sick, teething you name it. So it has shot to the top of my all time favorites list.

Lol...nice stuff man...didn't know you're so vocally gifted anyway πŸ˜› ...especially at the pick of the chorus...Don't you cry no moooore...LoL...I would love to hear that.. πŸ˜‰ ...promise I won't fall asleep πŸ˜€

No matter...if it's done the job for you...and your son πŸ‘

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26 November 2018 - 8:11pm
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i think everyone knows this video and the story behind it....
if not ...here it is: 1000 musicians came together to play learn to fly from the foo fighters
and to ask dave grohl to come and play in cesena italy.....impressive performance

Yeah... I kind of like Foo Fighters myself...nowhere near as much as Nirvana though...this is how I discovered Foo Fighters for a first time.

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rage against the machine bullet in the head
i love the power of the whole album

Wow...are you kidding me..RATM...really an album that change the world back then..that's my kind of stuff mate..Killing in the name of!!!
Here's something not that old all but maybe as good as their old stuff...the video is cool enough itself.

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Wow...are you kidding me..RATM...really an album that change the world back then..that's my kind of stuff mate..Killing in the name of!!!
Here's something not that old all but maybe as good as their old stuff...the video is cool enough itself.

for over a decade my favorite musik style was everything between
punk and hardcore...bad brains, gorilla biscuits, cro mags, token entry,
burning heads, agnostic front, slapshot, youth of today, nofx, bad religion,dead kennedys,
slime, sheer terror only to name few....

ok sharpe if that is your kind of stuff then it could get
realy intresting

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Haha good old Ironic by Alanis Morissette. The only ironic thing about it of course is that nothing in the song is ironic, and she simply doesn't understand the difference between bad luck and irony. Which in itself probably makes the song ironic. Weird, but was it intentional?!?!?

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a very funky hip hop tune from surreal & the sound providers called
place to be...in combination whith this crispy downhill ride from liam morgan
it is realy dope

I like this. But geez... about 1:10 in the video the nearly gets wiped out by a car while going round a blind corner.

I found the full song too

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Haha good old Ironic by Alanis Morissette. The only ironic thing about it of course is that nothing in the song is ironic, and she simply doesn't understand the difference between bad luck and irony. Which in itself probably makes the song ironic. Weird, but was it intentional?!?!?

I like this. But geez... about 1:10 in the video the nearly gets wiped out by a car while going round a blind corner.

I found the full song too

yeah thanks Ed...i know that some one who realy like that track could easily
find the full version on youtube ...but my intention was to share the combination of the
funky musik and the stylish downhill ride from liam morgan...
which creates something new for the ear and the ey

maybe it's just me because i'm skateboarding myself almost 10 years....anyway

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Haha good old Ironic by Alanis Morissette. The only ironic thing about it of course is that nothing in the song is ironic, and she simply doesn't understand the difference between bad luck and irony. Which in itself probably makes the song ironic. Weird, but was it intentional?!?!?

Ha-ha..never considered so deeply the lyrics of this particular songs Ed but let me disagree with you for once πŸ˜›

This is one of the Irony meanings according google,

"a state of affairs or an event that seems deliberately contrary to what one expects and is often wryly amusing as a result."

So from that perspective I'm finding (at least in some of the stories in the song) a bit of Irony...but that being said maybe I'm not understanding the difference between both as well..this would of been Ironic...don't you think πŸ˜›

In fact I think the bad luck and the irony do not excluding mutually each other as a meanings...I suppose both could be valid on one particular occurrence.

But to be considered that the Alanis initial intend had been that in the lack of Irony in hers song to be in fact hidden the whole irony...well it's hard for me to believe of so deep planing anyway.

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for over a decade my favorite musik style was everything between
punk and hardcore...bad brains, gorilla biscuits, cro mags, token entry,
burning heads, agnostic front, slapshot, youth of today, nofx, bad religion,dead kennedys,
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ok sharpe if that is your kind of stuff then it could get
realy intresting

I've heard of to just some of those bands buddy..obviously your music knowledge's way wider than mines(never had a doubt about that πŸ™‚ ) but I'm sort of punk fan my self...

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yes guys ..come on we need some more philosophical discussions about
alanis morissette songs.....or wait....instead of that we could talk about songs
which realy have something to say... πŸ₯³ πŸ₯³ ...

sorry just kidding

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I've heard of to just some of those bands buddy..obviously your music knowledge's way wider than mines(never had a doubt about that Smile ) but I'm sort of punk fan my self...

ah cool ...so what punk bands do you realy like...?

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i accidentally listened to this one again yesterday...
and it is still great

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yes guys ..come on we need some more philosophical discussions about
alanis morissette songs.....or wait....instead of that we could talk about songs
which realy have something to say... πŸ₯³ πŸ₯³ ...

sorry just kidding

Ha-ha πŸ˜‚
I think you're just underestimating how profound and significant the work of Morissette is, mate.. πŸ˜€
I just wanted to make fool of myself and what kind of music I've been listening to back then(and probably highlight the female side of my character πŸ˜€ ) while Ed started with a "there's not any irony in the song called ironic...that must of been disputed πŸ˜‰

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ah cool ...so what punk bands do you really like...?

Mainly classic stuff mate but that doesn't mean I'm not tend to listen to anything new(to me) anyway.

Sex Pistols, The Clash, Exploited.Ramones.

From the newer ones Green Day, the Offspring(if they counts πŸ™‚)the older stuff, and of course some separate tracks from many other bands including Agnostic Front.

But really not limiting my self to any particular music stream mate..if something is cool ...it's cool no matter the style...even if that means Alanis Morissette sometimes.. πŸ˜€

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i accidentally listened to this one again yesterday...
and it is still great

Yeah, I will say it again...a cool stuff man πŸ‘ I would never thought of Faith No More any time soon if it wasn't you to remind me πŸ‘
Here's some of my favorite tracks..hopefully I could put all those into a single post.

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By the way here's something from Suicidal Tendencies...I've had never been too much of a fan of theirs but this song...I just cant stop listening to it from the time I've heard it for a very first time..surely that's more than 10 years now.

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But really not limiting my self to any particular music stream mate..if something is cool ...it's cool no matter the style...even if that means Alanis Morissette sometimes.. πŸ˜€

i totally agree with you: if something is cool for you ...it's cool no matter what ever....style it is...
or other people say/think about the stuff you like...
limiting yourself and not be open to any new stuff is for idiots who care to much about categories

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Yeah, exactly vomvom..although the usual question is..what kind of music do you like?

It's tough for me to answer that. πŸ™‚

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Great idea for a thread! I'm 34, so my music tastes may be a bit newer than some of the old fogies here *cough* CL-Ed *cough*.

These songs shaped who I am and are some of my faves of all-time.

The Foos are one of my favorite bands of all-time, and this is one of their best songs. I love the music video!

Incubus is probably tied with the Foo Fighters for top spot in my book. Their newer stuff hasn't been great, but they had a great string of albums until 2005. I could pick a bunch of songs from them to go here, but this one is pretty great, along with a strange video.

It's funny, because I'm not a huge fan of this next band, but this song resonates with me. I had a buddy who became a Marine and passed away a few years after his service was done, and the death had a lot to with the poor treatment veterans receive. This song hits home on that and the BS that's the system in America.

Gorillaz popped up when I was in high school, and I absolutely loved their album. They've put out a bunch of great music, and this video is straight epic.

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Great idea for a thread! I'm 34, so my music tastes may be a bit newer than some of the old fogies here *cough* CL-Ed *cough*.

I see... well here's a banger I just discovered. I'm down with the kids these days.

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So finally we relieved the kind of stuff Dustin have been listening too...it's been worthed starting a thread πŸ˜›

Nice stuff man, I'm familiar with some of those although I'm closer to the Ed's age..I suppose..39..yeah you could cough once for me too if you like πŸ˜‰

Really one of the Foo Fighters songs that it's emblematic πŸ‘

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I see... well here's a banger I just discovered. I'm down with the kids these days.

Did you meant...you're actually physically in Africa currently Ed?

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Heheh no just making fun of slim calling me old.

My kids have actually recently discovered Toto and they like Africa in particular which I find very funny seeing as its so old... and my era. We need an old man smiley!

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Africa is really popular right now over here because Weezer did a cover and it’s everywhere.

And sharpe, you’re old too, although I’d bet I look older than both of you!

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And sharpe, you’re old too, although I’d bet I look older than both of you!

πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ Ha-ha-ha...Thanks a lot Slim...hopefully that's the case man...hopefully! πŸ˜‰

It certainly looks that way when I'm comparing the three avatars of ours anyway πŸ˜›

Although my portrait had been painted a long back... in my prime!

This should be a lot closer to the reality these days...are you still think you're the oldest looking around!?!

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One nontraditional and probably little known acoustic versions of one of the most iconic songs of the 90' (or at least for me anyway).

I'm just noticing it's worth watching till the end but if you bored with that ..then just check at aboud 5:40... for an epic final πŸ™‚

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