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this is just a weird toughou fanmade vid based on gangman style
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C1oRws7v ... re=mh_lolz

also this music and the clip are crrepy:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOLdPB5Wu5Y
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One of only a few times that I think that the remix is better than the original

Smashing Pumpkins -The Beginning Is the End Is the Beginning

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59g5R8rwqpY

The music is more appropriate to the lyrics. It captures the nihilism and impending sense of doom.

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Fino is coming, and he's bringing moon pizza.

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Radio Blue Heart wrote:One of only a few times that I think that the remix is better than the original

Smashing Pumpkins -The Beginning Is the End Is the Beginning

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59g5R8rwqpY

The music is more appropriate to the lyrics. It captures the nihilism and impending sense of doom.

"The world will look up and cry 'save us!' And I'll whisper 'no.'"
Awesome!

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Alice Cooper - Vengeance is Mine

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I can't stop listening to The Mars Volta!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q58XkUplDn0 - Dyslexicon
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xedWl6qPBa0 - Soothsayer
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fE6YN9VcPPA - Drunkship of Lanterns

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Seeing them next week <3

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6a6kJXim7DY - Banquet/Bloc Party

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Gonna go see RZA next week in Detroit. I've only been to one rap concert and that was Public enemy and the detroit electronic music festival this summer. I'm interested to see how the atmosphere of an actual rap concert compares to my usual scene.
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Seth wrote:Gonna go see RZA next week in Detroit. I've only been to one rap concert and that was Public enemy and the detroit electronic music festival this summer. I'm interested to see how the atmosphere of an actual rap concert compares to my usual scene.
No pits, no crowd surfing, no joy :mrgreen:

Public Enemy are the nuts though, good choice

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I dunno there's alot of white college guys into wu tang I'll just have to wait and see.
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It's good that you've got a broad taste in music, there's way too many people out there today who swear by one particular genre and don't attempt to branch out. How can you make an educated judgement if you haven't heard it in the first place?

Oh well, some things will never change - you're one of the good ones though :lol:

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Yea, for the most part I listen to country, but I'll give a song a try no matter what it is if someone recommends it.

Although I recently heard a song that was country and rap. No kidding. It was really weird and it just didn't really seem to fit into either category.
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Onlythebassist wrote:It's good that you've got a broad taste in music, there's way too many people out there today who swear by one particular genre and don't attempt to branch out. How can you make an educated judgement if you haven't heard it in the first place?

Oh well, some things will never change - you're one of the good ones though :lol:
Well when I was younger (like 14-17) I only listened to metal and was totally opposed to broadening my horizonsbut as I got older and exposed to more music I realized that was pretty dumb. Not that I don't have biases (For example I rarely listen to country and usually don't actively look for country music to listen to) I still like to keep an open mind.
JeffCvt wrote:Yea, for the most part I listen to country, but I'll give a song a try no matter what it is if someone recommends it.

Although I recently heard a song that was country and rap. No kidding. It was really weird and it just didn't really seem to fit into either category.
care to share the link?

Anyone else listen to DJ Steve porter? He does some excellent mashup work.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMK9FKMG3Nc
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JeffCvt wrote:Yea, for the most part I listen to country, but I'll give a song a try no matter what it is if someone recommends it.

Although I recently heard a song that was country and rap. No kidding. It was really weird and it just didn't really seem to fit into either category.
This song should never have happened

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mr4HffbAUTk

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Seth wrote:care to share the link?
I only wish I knew. I heard it on the radio and never got the name. If I ever hear it again, I'll write the name down and post it here.
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Well I didn't cry at least.
It wasn't a sad ending.


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Ditto. It was a good song though. I liked this better. It was more cry-worthy too.

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JeffCvt wrote:Yea, for the most part I listen to country,
*cuff and pony dubsteps *cuff*

so,,, Beatles, I never cared about them before but now that I listen to it... it melts me...

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Wow, I feel sad just seeing this many songs about being sad.
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Horse the Band: Birdo
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Yes in time for Halloween!

The Deadthings - Cemetery Mary

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejpEwum0PQs

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I've been listening to Twilight by ELO practically daily for the past month or two, it's just really great.
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Yes! machine head is AWESOME.

So, a friend of mine introduced me to a song about... 12 hours ago. I've listened to it a LOT in that time. It's called "The Pirates' Song," and yyyeeeaaahhh... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgyoSorU5sA I don't know why I like it so much. I just do. It's far from my usual style, but I love it. It's like Flogging Molly crossed with Nightwish and anime voices.

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Since Halloween is not far off, I'll try to post some horror movie themes, or horror related songs, for everyone's holiday enjoyment.

The Keep
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsWk2aGYvxM

Killswitch Engage - When Darkness Falls
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YSBGKdgvv8

Suicide Commando - Hellraiser (Agonize Remix)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMDktb8SUE4
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I heard some of y'all kids like the electronic music and it is october. So here's a cool remix of the theme from John Carpenter's halloween.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4f0L2INgis
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Seth wrote:I heard some of y'all kids like the electronic music and it is october. So here's a cool remix of the theme from John Carpenter's halloween.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4f0L2INgis
Sweet... here's a punk version to match you!

MX-80 Sound - Halloween
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxPHPBusia4


Mortician - Chainsaw Dismemberment (featuring a dialogue sample from Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WrH0qmiwFtE

Laaz Rockit - Leatherface (from Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre III)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nocUZBVR8iE

Annie Lenox - Love Song For A Vampire
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5I6I33qDY0

Blue Oyster Cult - Nosferatu
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Radio Blue Heart wrote:
Seth wrote:I heard some of y'all kids like the electronic music and it is october. So here's a cool remix of the theme from John Carpenter's halloween.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4f0L2INgis
Sweet... here's a punk version to match you!

MX-80 Sound - Halloween
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AxPHPBusia4

oooh I like.......



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http://reinadelcidmusic.com/music/

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Going to see Waka Flocka Flame this thursday in Grand Rapids with my best friend. Should be interesting.
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Cobra Starship:Hot Mess
this has been out for like 3 years and it still gets stuck in my head at random intervals.
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