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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2003 2:52 am  Post subject: What kind of music do you listen to?
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I listen to a lot of hardcore, whether it be "new" or "old" school

I listen to more grind than anything (Gorerotted, Kalibas, Vulgar Pigeons, Pretty Little Flower, Cock And Ball Torture, Discordance Axis)

What about you?


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2003 3:18 am  Post subject:
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New Stuff by:
Linkin Park
Nickelback
POD
Adema
Audioslave
Coldplay

Old Stuff by:
Pink Floyd
Bob Seger
Aerosmith
Beatles

Lots of others and more in different genres


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2003 4:29 am  Post subject: Re: What kind of music do you listen to?
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SPAZZ wrote:
I listen to a lot of hardcore, whether it be "new" or "old" school

I listen to more grind than anything (Gorerotted, Kalibas, Vulgar Pigeons, Pretty Little Flower, Cock And Ball Torture, Discordance Axis)

What about you?


Hardcore as in almost Gabber, or the Hardcore punk thigy..?

I listen to mainly 3 genres: Goa, Ambient & Soundtracks.

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Black metal-old and new
Death metal-old and new
and brittney spears for my own personal gratification


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Hmm,I listen to a lot of stuff,mostly metal(favorite Death Metal-band = Death and Carcass)because I play guitar for 10 years now but also a lot of other stuff....
There are a lot of soundtracks that I like (Equilibrium,House of 1000 Corpses),you could say I'm very openminded if it's about music.... :D

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I give Rob Zombie credit I do like his music and his vids,but the movie kicks ass,still waiting for a directors cut on that.Mostly for me though it's bands like Annahl Nathrakh and Gaahlskagg,and I like some of the more trendy ones too like cradle of filth and Dimmu Borgir,Satyricon and that sort or thing.and of course Deicide.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2003 5:24 am  Post subject:
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Hmm,I stopped buying new Death-Metal CDs....
The greatest Era for Death-Metal were the 90's :
to name a few of the great albums of this period:
Carcass : Necroticism - Descanting the Insalubrious
Death : Human
Confessor : Condemned (craziest Drummer ever!!)
Entombed : Clandestine

Real metalheads will know these albums and can hum the songs backwards..... :D :P :D

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2003 5:43 am  Post subject:
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We differ here...might be just when you got into it though.
Here is mine:
Carcass : Symphonies of Sickness
Death : Scream Bloody Gore
Confessor : never considered them really death metal I guess high pitched Death metal I suppose.
Entombed : The Left Hand Path.
Deicide - Deicide.no wait..fuck it..all Deicide :mrgreen:


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2003 6:07 am  Post subject:
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Yeah,maybe I got a little later into death metal....must have been in the 90's because I play guitar since I'm 15.....

You name all the classic albums here....but for example Carcass first showed their real talent on Necroticism,a masterpiece imho.....

Another band which never got the attention they deserved is Fear Factory,also one of my favourite bands.....
"Soul of a new Machine" is one of the greatest albums ever,it's not deathmetal,it's not grindcore nor industrial...Fear Factory made a unique and brilliant album!!!


btw,sorry for all this bullshit spam but I just emptied a bottle of jack daniels..... :oops: :roll: :twisted:

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2003 6:16 am  Post subject:
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Lots of metal:
Cradle Of Fear - mighty fine band
Old Man's Child - commercial, entertaining black metal
Deicide - no explanation needed
Hollenthon - folk/classic/black
Arcturus - one of the most ambitious metal bands
Saviour Machine - that's just my personal deviation
Iron Maiden - again, no xplanation needed
Metallica - but only old albums
Moonspell - "Vampiria, you are my destiny..."
Vital Remains - for Deicide fans
Lux Occulta - ...occult metal :)
Samael - old albums

But I also like Nick Cave very much.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2003 9:41 am  Post subject:
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Metal in almost of all it's forms. And some soundtracks...
There's too many good bands to mention. But here's some of my all time favourite albums, in no particular order.

Death: Human
Cynic: Focus
Opeth: Morningrise
Katatonia: Brave Murder Day
Cradle Of Filth: V Empire or Dark Faerytales...
At The Gates: Slaughter Of The Soul
King Diamond: Conspiracy
Mercyful Fate: Melissa
Malevolent Creation: Retribution
Morbid Angel: Blessed Are The Sick
Testament: The Gathering
Atheist: Unquestionable Presence
Dissection: Storm Of The Lights Bane
Dimmu Borgir: Enthrone Darkness Triumphant
Emperor: Anthems To The Welkin At Dusk
Pestilence: Testimony Of The Ancients
Arch Enemy: Wages Of Sin
Bolt Thrower: ...For Victory
Deicide: Deicide
Cannibal Corpse: Vile
Luciferion: Demonication (The Manifest)
Behemoth: Satanica
The 3rd And The Mortal: Tears Laid In Earth
Desultory: Bitterness
...
I'll stop here... guess that's pretty many already :mrgreen:
Probably forgot some essential one, but that's pretty good list of what I like.
Don't listen that often anymore but from hard rock days:
WASP: Last Command
Twisted Sister: Stay Hungry
Ozzy Osbourne: Blizzard Of Ozz
Iron Maiden: Somewhere In Time
etc.

:rock:


:wink: Very nice to see here's so many people with same kind of music taste.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2003 9:42 am  Post subject:
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What is music?


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That sound you make when you go to the bathroom :mrgreen:


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2003 9:57 am  Post subject:
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Just a couple of my currentl faves ;)

Atari teenage Riot - Noise
Freezepop - Sounds like a c64 ;)
Nick Cave - God
NIN - say no more :)

I like loads of stuff, but this is what's currently in the car :D

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2003 10:11 am  Post subject:
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Just a side note here,I got a ton of DM and BM already ripped if anyone is interested,promos,first releases and very hard to find stuff,pm me if anyone is interested.


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 25, 2003 12:20 pm  Post subject: favorite bands
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Deathmetal dudes without end, huh?

I never really got into these deathmetal-bands, although i always were pretty impressed by their drummers.
To name my most favorite bands:

Slayer
Type O Negative
System Of A Down
Pantera
Entombed
Metallica
Tool
Faith no more
Mr. Bungle
Primus


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Rat on a stick by C.M.O.T. Dibbler :oops:
Nanny Ogg sings the Blues :shock:
Vimes's Video Vault :twisted:

and many more loony stuff

Craftee :lol:

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DISSECTION! :twisted:

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hell yeah! here we go again with another what you like post... :twisted: here is my faves and the music i listen to at the moment...as u see i dont fit in one genre i like alot of diffrent music... and i also collect old records/vinyls, i have ca 1000 of them 8)


old school black metal:
venom, mercufyl fate, bathory, celtic frost...

new black metal/goth:
mayhem, burzum, dimmu borgir, type o negative, marilyn manson..

power metal/hardrock:
ozzy/black sabbath, iron maiden, motorhead, acdc, saxon, judas priest, accept/udo, wasp, kiss, deep purple, dio, helloween, in flames, megadeth, metallica ,tiamat , wendy o williams, van halen, and alot more....

punk/oi/hardcore/folk/sub pop/sleeze rock:
uk subs, the exploited, dead kennedys, cockney recjects, gbh, pogos , floggin molly, killdozer, millencolin, nirvana, mudhoney, backstreet girls, raga rockers, the clash, the cure,haggis, brutal kuk, bastards, ramones...

hiphop/hardcore/dance/techno/industri/electro pop:
aphex twin, amon tobin, orbital, u96, Prodigy, paul van dyke, orb, nightmares on wax, ministry, kraftwerk, chemical brothers, fightclub..



DROOL ON THIS!!! VENOM the godfather of black metal...

here is the holy grayl of black metal, that started it all(my own record vinyl very rare)
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here is a picture disc of the vinyl record even rarer!!!
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