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Tor NaGoth
 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 11:42 AM UTC (Read 6176 times)  
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I've been really impressesd with some of the musical diversity found here on the island, and have enjoyed sharing my own music with other.

the following link should display the profile for my mp3 player.


 
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Giuseppe Lorenzo
 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 12:00 PM UTC  
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I usually listen to screamo, heavy metal, or hard rock. My favorite bands are too numerous to list, but they include Senses Fail, Aerosmith, Disturbed, and Led Zeppelin.


 
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 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 12:34 PM UTC  
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Heh, I was a fan of Aerosmith for a long time [was even part of AeroForce One for a bit], I'm actually going to the concert down here. [Actually....I've been to a few of theirs, some being one with KISS and Motley Crue.]
Good times.

Uh, anyway, most of what I listen to can range completely different.
One day I might wanna listen to orchestrated videogame music [Yes, I know, that's weird, but bear with me.], the other day I might wanna listen to....Gorillaz or Aerosmith, then sometimes I'll listen to really upbeat bouncy stuff, or something slower and relaxing.

*scratches her head in confusion* This is usually why I don't like talking about what type of music I like, it's too damn complicated.


 
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 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 02:16 PM UTC  
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Have a 'paste my taste' from lastfm

I'm into rock, alternative, indie, 90s and british, including:
Soundgarden, Texas, Reverend and The Makers, Longpigs, Giant Drag, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Hard-Fi, Adam Freeland, Ocean Colour Scene, Seasick Steve, Robert Johnson, The Cardigans, Pearl Jam, Jeff Buckley, Republica, The Presidents of the United States of America, Meredith Brooks, Weezer, Mark Lanegan, Lush, Jane's Addiction, The Hold Steady, R.E.M., Echobelly, Live, Blur, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Beck, Velvet Revolver, Incubus, The Bluetones, No Doubt, Oasis, James, The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Terrorvision, Nick Cave, Eels, Gomez, Reef, Muse, Sheryl Crow, Miles Davis, The View, Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip, Feeder, Hundred Reasons, Supergrass, Ian Siegal, Tom Waits.

Check out my music taste: http://www.last.fm/user/EvilEllie


Oh yeah, anyone like to befriend me on LastFM feel free. Big Grin

And although they didn't get into the list there, I also like Aerosmith! Actually I bought their Toys In The Attic album in a music shop in Cuba. I think it was probably the newest American CD in there (this being around 1998, and Toys in the Attic being released sometime around 1975).


 
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 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 02:20 PM UTC  
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Hell, since I took a break from coding about an hour ago I've just been mooching on 8BitCollective and hearing some damned good stuff...
http://www.8bitcollective.com/music/leeni/atoms+for+peace+(thom+yorke+cover)/
http://www.8bitcollective.com/music/oxygenstar/Left+Out+(adlib)/
http://www.8bitcollective.com/music/Xylo/Thirteen+Peanuts./


 
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 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 03:43 PM UTC  
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@CMJ Whoa. That first one is good.

My taste in music is... diverse. The only major limitation is that I often tend to like music with vocals more, while having a slight dislike of hip-hop. And a slight antipathy against what I consider mainstream music. (Which sometimes oh-so-suddenly turns into a Hey, they're not THAT bad attitude after really listening)

There is Metal and Rock, which is kind of my favourite genre, and scatters of a wide variety, going from Pop over Classic Music and Gothic and D&B and Austropop and Ambient and Grunge and so on. Which doesn't equal to that I will listen to everything, but that I am experimenting quite a lot.

Some of my favourites are: Seether, Wir Sind Helden, Skindred, Daisy Chainsaw/Queen Adreena, Jeans Team, Bloc Party, Kittie, Korn, Greenday, and Mötley Crü. Those are currently on my playlist. And Life's Decay. A lot..


 
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Hermein
 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 03:46 PM UTC  
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Hell, since I took a break from coding about an hour ago I've just been mooching on 8BitCollective and hearing some damned good stuff...



Something about 8bit music - it just does weird things to my ears. Not good things, either. . .


 
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 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 03:58 PM UTC  
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Speaking of 8bit music, check this out. It's an 8bit cover of Paranoid by Black Sabbath.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNZ8X2HMGXg


 
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 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 05:29 PM UTC  
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My playlist is indescribable and uncategorizable. However, what I've been listening to most, lately:

Sufjan Stevens
NIN
The Police
Simon Stinger
By Divine Right
Team Metlay (you win the prize if you've ever heard of this)
Chris Isaak
B-52s
ADELE
Albert Kuvezin
The Book of Lists
The Cult
Lady Gaga (thanks, Tor, for getting me started there. . .)


 
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 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 05:34 PM UTC  
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*shame* It is like picking a favorite child to save from a burning house when I put music on my hundred twenty gig iPod. There is not enough room on there. I'm going to cheat! Here are some artists/bands/whatever who've come up on shuffle in the last day or two:

Fleet Foxes; Eels; Dr. Dog; Fleetwood Mac; Led Zeppelin; Bon Iver; Heart; Jefferson Airplane; Jennifer Warnes & Leonard Cohen; Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young; Passion Pit; Pogo; Kanye West; Lewis & Clarke; Soko; Calexico; Simon & Garfunkel; Belly; Grizzly Bear; David Bowie; MGMT; Cream; Live; Handsome Furs; The Futureheads; R.E.M.; Blitzen Trapper; Natalie Portman's Shaved Head; Queen; Ray Charles; Dan Deacon; Anais Mitchell; Godspeed You! Black Emperor; Edith Piaf; The Flaming Lips; Genesis; Gorillaz; Beatles; Joni Mitchell; Owen; Bob Dylan; M.I.A.; Ratatat; Carly Simon; Of Montreal; Iron & Wine; Modest Mouse; Mozart; Okay; Paul Simon; Radiohead; Andrew Bird; Pink Floyd; Roy Orbison; Sinead O'Connor; Katy Perry; The Cars; Supertramp; Opeth; Journey; Wolf Parade; Black-Eyed Peas; The Chieftains; Joe Cocker; Sufjan Stevens; Tom Petty; Vonda Shepard; Woods; Beethoven; Okkervil River; Janis Joplin; Philip Glass; Arab Strap; Rush; !!!; The Byrds; Yeah Yeah Yeahs; America; Gloria Estefan; Britney Spears; Cake; The Pipettes; Jackson Browne; Alela Diane; Beirut; Cat Stevens; Laura Marling; The Gordon Highlanders; Daft Punk; The Fiery Furnaces; Scala & Kolacny Brothers; Mogwai; Amy Winehouse; The Books; Joanna Newsom; The B-52s; Dizzy Gillespie; Oh No! Oh My!; The Rapture; Michael McDonald; The Go! Team; Haydn; The National; Andrea Bocelli; Bell; Why?.

And I.. I like mash-ups.. *shuffles feet* Those are really hit or miss, though. There are a lot of bad mashes floating around the Internet. Let's see, shall I ruin some songs for you?:

Freelance Hellraiser - A Stroke of Genius (The Strokes vs. Christina Aguilera)
Along Came Jones - World Maps (Daft Punk vs. Yeah Yeah Yeahs)
ABX - Drug Drug Kiss Kiss (Chris Brown vs. A.C. Newman)
ABX - Flirt (Shoreline) (R. Kelly vs. Broken Social Scene)
Lobsterdust - Pussycats Gone To Heaven (The Pixies vs. The Pussycat Dolls)

Also, I'm guilty of stitching together a sort of soundtrack of songs that match the first arc and a half of the story Sessine and I have been hammering out on the Island.

And I'm with Sicpuess on that first link you posted, CMJ; that Thom Yorke redo is pretty a whole lot of good!


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 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 05:38 PM UTC  
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My Songza playlist, as a snapshot of my musical taste:

Barry Adamson - Something wicked this way comes
Tom Waits - Big in Japan
Pearl Jam - Rats
Soundgarden - Outshined
Bonnie Tyler - Total Eclipse of the Heart
Hot Chip - Over and Over
Beck - Lost Cause
Martin Solveig - C'est La Vie
Hot Chip - Wearing My Rolex
Does it offend you, yeah? We Are Rockstars
MGMT - Electric Feel (Justice Mix)
Killers - Mr Brightside (Thin White Duke mix)
The Last Shadow Puppets - Age of the Understatement
The Kills - URA Fever
MGMT - Time to Pretend
Primal Scream - Kill All Hippies
Peace Orchestra - Who Am I
Hot Chip - Shake A Fist
Rage Against The Machine - Killing In The Name Of
David Holmes - Don't Die Just Yet
My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult - Daisy Chain For Satan
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Otherside
Compulsion - Mall Monarchy
Radiohead - The Rip
Nine Inch Nails - Gave Up
Portishead - Machine Gun
Aphex Twin - 4
Mogwai - Auto Rock
Faith No More - Midlife Crisis
Melvins - Hooch
Spiritualized - Ladies and Gentlemen, We Are Floating In Space
Hot Chip - Boy From School
Roni Size - Brown Paper Bag
Nine Inch Nails - Just Like You Imagined
1000 Homo DJs - Supernaut
Alec Empire - Addicted to you
Hot Chip - One Pure Thought
Saul Williams - Sunday Bloody Sunday
Seasick Steve - Doghouse Boogie
Aphex Twin - Cornish Acid
Tool - Hooker with a Penis
Kasabian - Fast Fuse
Gogol Bordello - Start Wearing Purple
Scala - I Touch Myself
Elbow - Grounds for Divorce
Elbow - One Day Like This
Little Boots - Click
Passion Pit - Sleepyhead
QTip - Things U Do
Fila Brazilia - Bumpkin Riots
Royksopp - Remind me
Tricky - Council Estate
Bloc Party - Trojan Horse
Q-Tip - Getting Up
Death in Vegas - Claiming Marylin
Sigur Ros - Gobbledigook
Beastie Boys - Sabotage
Jane's Addiction - Been Caught Stealing
Queens of the Stone Age - No-one knows
Beck - Modern Guilt
La Roux - In for the Kill
Little Boots - Stuck on Repeat
Crystal Castles - Crimewave
Filthy Dukes - TUPAC Robot Club Rock
Crystal Castles - Untrust Us
The Source (Candi Stanton) - You've Got The Love
Kutiman - Just a Lady
Doves - Kingdom of Rust
Bat for Lashes - Daniel
My Morning Jacket - Rocket Man


 
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 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 05:47 PM UTC  
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My Songza playlist, as a snapshot of my musical taste:

Barry Adamson - Something wicked this way comes
Tom Waits - Big in Japan
Pearl Jam - Rats
Soundgarden - Outshined
Bonnie Tyler - Total Eclipse of the Heart
Hot Chip - Over and Over
Beck - Lost Cause
Martin Solveig - C'est La Vie
Hot Chip - Wearing My Rolex
Does it offend you, yeah? We Are Rockstars
MGMT - Electric Feel (Justice Mix)
Killers - Mr Brightside (Thin White Duke mix)
The Last Shadow Puppets - Age of the Understatement
The Kills - URA Fever
MGMT - Time to Pretend
Primal Scream - Kill All Hippies
Peace Orchestra - Who Am I
Hot Chip - Shake A Fist
Rage Against The Machine - Killing In The Name Of
David Holmes - Don't Die Just Yet
My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult - Daisy Chain For Satan
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Otherside
Compulsion - Mall Monarchy
Radiohead - The Rip
Nine Inch Nails - Gave Up
Portishead - Machine Gun
Aphex Twin - 4
Mogwai - Auto Rock
Faith No More - Midlife Crisis
Melvins - Hooch
Spiritualized - Ladies and Gentlemen, We Are Floating In Space
Hot Chip - Boy From School
Roni Size - Brown Paper Bag
Nine Inch Nails - Just Like You Imagined
1000 Homo DJs - Supernaut
Alec Empire - Addicted to you
Hot Chip - One Pure Thought
Saul Williams - Sunday Bloody Sunday
Seasick Steve - Doghouse Boogie
Aphex Twin - Cornish Acid
Tool - Hooker with a Penis
Kasabian - Fast Fuse
Gogol Bordello - Start Wearing Purple
Scala - I Touch Myself
Elbow - Grounds for Divorce
Elbow - One Day Like This
Little Boots - Click
Passion Pit - Sleepyhead
QTip - Things U Do
Fila Brazilia - Bumpkin Riots
Royksopp - Remind me
Tricky - Council Estate
Bloc Party - Trojan Horse
Q-Tip - Getting Up
Death in Vegas - Claiming Marylin
Sigur Ros - Gobbledigook
Beastie Boys - Sabotage
Jane's Addiction - Been Caught Stealing
Queens of the Stone Age - No-one knows
Beck - Modern Guilt
La Roux - In for the Kill
Little Boots - Stuck on Repeat
Crystal Castles - Crimewave
Filthy Dukes - TUPAC Robot Club Rock
Crystal Castles - Untrust Us
The Source (Candi Stanton) - You've Got The Love
Kutiman - Just a Lady
Doves - Kingdom of Rust
Bat for Lashes - Daniel
My Morning Jacket - Rocket Man

I have about 646 songs on my iPod at the moment. Almost every single one is a rock song. A small sample:
Apocalyptica
Disturbed
Senses Fail
Avenged Sevenfold
The Color Fred
Taking Back Sunday
Three Dog Night
Three Days Grace
Boston
Tom Petty
Tool
The Tenants
Van Halen
Weird Al Yankovic
Weezer
.38 Special
System of a Down
Stroke 9
Simon & Garfunkel
Styx
Supertramp
The Rolling Stones
The Doors
Rammstein
Queen
Primus
Pink Floyd
Papa Roach
Nine Inch Nails
Led Zeppelin
Linkin Park
And so on and so on.


 
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 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 05:56 PM UTC  
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I must say, I have a very diverse bunch of favorites (and I'll probably think of 10 more after I post this...)

Headwater
Beach Boys
Beatles
Gorillaz
abba
flanders & swann (funny songs!)
Gilbert and Sullivan
Johnny Cash
Ricky Martin
Eagles
Israel Kamakawiwo'ole

and a bunch of other random songs of which I'm not entirely sure of who wrote them...

As I said, random.


 
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 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 06:14 PM UTC  
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*draws out correlation* Yeah, figures. Island full of loons, playlists full of diversity.

To Z: That metaphor scores pretty high. Children. Somehow interesting how the collection altogether is compared to a burning house, orphanage. But then! Miss Tisty saves the day! By rescuing the dog.

*silently puts the ABX mashes in a loop*


 
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 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 06:25 PM UTC  
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*draws out correlation* Yeah, figures. Island full of loons, playlists full of diversity.



Hey! The Island is not full of loons.




There's plenty of room left, we're nowhere near full.


 
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 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 06:48 PM UTC  
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*draws out correlation* Yeah, figures. Island full of loons, playlists full of diversity.



Hey! The Island is not full of loons.




There's plenty of room left, we're nowhere near full.

I'll match your loon and raise you one puffin.


 
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 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 06:59 PM UTC  
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*shame* It is like picking a favorite child to save from a burning house when I put music on my hundred twenty gig iPod. There is not enough room on there. I'm going to cheat! Here are some artists/bands/whatever who've come up on shuffle in the last day or two:

Fleet Foxes; Eels; Dr. Dog; Fleetwood Mac; Led Zeppelin; Bon Iver; Heart; Jefferson Airplane; Jennifer Warnes & Leonard Cohen; Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young; Passion Pit; Pogo; Kanye West; Lewis & Clarke; Soko; Calexico; Simon & Garfunkel; Belly; Grizzly Bear; David Bowie; MGMT; Cream; Live; Handsome Furs; The Futureheads; R.E.M.; Blitzen Trapper; Natalie Portman's Shaved Head; Queen; Ray Charles; Dan Deacon; Anais Mitchell; Godspeed You! Black Emperor; Edith Piaf; The Flaming Lips; Genesis; Gorillaz; Beatles; Joni Mitchell; Owen; Bob Dylan; M.I.A.; Ratatat; Carly Simon; Of Montreal; Iron & Wine; Modest Mouse; Mozart; Okay; Paul Simon; Radiohead; Andrew Bird; Pink Floyd; Roy Orbison; Sinead O'Connor; Katy Perry; The Cars; Supertramp; Opeth; Journey; Wolf Parade; Black-Eyed Peas; The Chieftains; Joe Cocker; Sufjan Stevens; Tom Petty; Vonda Shepard; Woods; Beethoven; Okkervil River; Janis Joplin; Philip Glass; Arab Strap; Rush; !!!; The Byrds; Yeah Yeah Yeahs; America; Gloria Estefan; Britney Spears; Cake; The Pipettes; Jackson Browne; Alela Diane; Beirut; Cat Stevens; Laura Marling; The Gordon Highlanders; Daft Punk; The Fiery Furnaces; Scala & Kolacny Brothers; Mogwai; Amy Winehouse; The Books; Joanna Newsom; The B-52s; Dizzy Gillespie; Oh No! Oh My!; The Rapture; Michael McDonald; The Go! Team; Haydn; The National; Andrea Bocelli; Bell; Why?.

And I.. I like mash-ups.. *shuffles feet* Those are really hit or miss, though. There are a lot of bad mashes floating around the Internet. Let's see, shall I ruin some songs for you?:

Freelance Hellraiser - A Stroke of Genius (The Strokes vs. Christina Aguilera)
Along Came Jones - World Maps (Daft Punk vs. Yeah Yeah Yeahs)
ABX - Drug Drug Kiss Kiss (Chris Brown vs. A.C. Newman)
ABX - Flirt (Shoreline) (R. Kelly vs. Broken Social Scene)
Lobsterdust - Pussycats Gone To Heaven (The Pixies vs. The Pussycat Dolls)

Also, I'm guilty of stitching together a sort of soundtrack of songs that match the first arc and a half of the story Sessine and I have been hammering out on the Island.

And I'm with Sicpuess on that first link you posted, CMJ; that Thom Yorke redo is pretty a whole lot of good!



2 Many DJs Z, 2 Many DJs.


 
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 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 07:14 PM UTC  
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@B: Yes well, at least someone else is going through the oh god, I can't even begin to TURN SLEEPYHEAD OFF phase with me. *mourn*


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 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 10:13 PM UTC  


Orchestrated video game remixes ftw.

Here's my Pandora station, which may or may not contain songs I actually enjoy, but is a close facsimile at the least.
http://tinyurl.com/symarmusic
I had to tinyurl it, it was some huge nonsense jumble. Also: if it doesn't work, I can probably fix it.


 
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 Thursday, May 21 2009 @ 10:23 PM UTC  
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Have a 'paste my taste' from lastfm

I'm into rock, alternative, indie, 90s and british, including:
Soundgarden, Texas, Reverend and The Makers, Longpigs, Giant Drag, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Hard-Fi, Adam Freeland, Ocean Colour Scene, Seasick Steve, Robert Johnson, The Cardigans, Pearl Jam, Jeff Buckley, Republica, The Presidents of the United States of America, Meredith Brooks, Weezer, Mark Lanegan, Lush, Jane's Addiction, The Hold Steady, R.E.M., Echobelly, Live, Blur, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Beck, Velvet Revolver, Incubus, The Bluetones, No Doubt, Oasis, James, The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Terrorvision, Nick Cave, Eels, Gomez, Reef, Muse, Sheryl Crow, Miles Davis, The View, Dan Le Sac vs Scroobius Pip, Feeder, Hundred Reasons, Supergrass, Ian Siegal, Tom Waits.

Check out my music taste: http://www.last.fm/user/EvilEllie


Oh yeah, anyone like to befriend me on LastFM feel free. Big Grin

And although they didn't get into the list there, I also like Aerosmith! Actually I bought their Toys In The Attic album in a music shop in Cuba. I think it was probably the newest American CD in there (this being around 1998, and Toys in the Attic being released sometime around 1975).



Yippee for Nick Cave, Muse, Freeland, Seasick Steve, Soundgarden, Rage against the machine? Just a band. Jon Spencer, Tom Waits, FLC, Screaming Trees' Mark Lanagan, Beck. Big thumbs up for those.


 
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