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Lilli
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Other than Jada Pinkett Smith, is there a topic on music here?

What do people listen to here? Not sure of the demographic.

I'm a classic rock/country/americana type.

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Lyrhawn
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What exactly is in Americana? I like rock and country. Pretty much everything really except rap, or at least most forms of rap. Some of the milder stuff I don't have a problem with.

But the majority of the time my cd player is piping in a steady stream of Dave Matthews and various soundtracks (currently a mixture of the soundtrack to Battlestar Galactica and some of the more obscure LOTR music you have to get the Complete Recordings for). Les Mis sneaks in every now and then as well, and the newest Maroon 5 cd has been getting a respectable amount of playing time, along with Gomez.

On the radio I generally listen to alternative rock and a little bit of pop, really depends on my mood and what NPR is playing.

Oh, and welcome to Hatrack. I'm sure there are a dozen music threads somewhere around here if you want to take the search function for a test drive, but hey, this can double as a welcome thread too. [Smile]

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Americana.
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My favourite band is Dir en grey. Current favourite song-The Fog by Kate Bush. I love opera and also hard core metal and any sort of music that is GOOD.
Like some country, bluegrass, bebop, jazz standards sung by Billie or Ella or Nat and so much more.

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I like Heavy Metal (Blind Guardian, Rhapsody, Nightwish, Edguy, Angra, Iced Earth, Iron Maiden, etc.), MPB (Chico Buarque, Caetano Veloso, Elis Regina, Gilberto Gil, Tom Jobim...), Classical music, Musicians like Loreena Mckennitt (hard to categorize), etc.
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Welcome Lilli!

I am favorite David Byrne.
In fact the two new stuff I didn't have I finally got yesterday.
Yip yip : 0)

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I'm seeing Skillet live in 3 hours and 20 minutes.
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Most of the time, I'm listening to Sara Groves, Jennifer Knapp, or Jars of Clay. I've got a sparse sprinkling of some music soundtracks (The Village is my personal favorites.), and classical music CD's. Apart from that, My musical tastes are pretty eclectic and random.
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I'm extremely eclectic in my taste. I love best classic country, singing cowboys, Celtic folk/trad, American traditional, bluegrass, etc. But I also adore much classical music, oldies (especially the Beatles, grew up on them), blues, some modern folk, jazz, Dixieland, and two of my all-time favorite artists are Dido and TMBG. So go figure. [Smile]
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I'm extremely eclectic in my taste. I love best classic country, singing cowboys, Celtic folk/trad, American traditional, bluegrass, etc. But I also adore much classical music, oldies (especially the Beatles, grew up on them), blues, some modern folk, jazz, Dixieland, and two of my all-time favorite artists are Dido and TMBG. So go figure. [Smile]
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My top ten:

1. Placebo
2. Blind Melon
3. Deftones
4. Muse
5. Tool
6. Nine Inch Nails
7. Dresden Dolls
8. Nightmare of You
9. Tori Amos
10. A Perfect Circle/Pavement (it's a tie)

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Reshpeckobiggle
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Well, I just spent more than 100 dollars on Rush Tickets at Red Rocks for the second time in a year, if that tells you anything.

I like the Top Ten thing:

1. Yes
2. Dream Theater
3. Rush
4. Neal Morse
5. Spock's Beard
6. Megadeth
7. Enya
8. 2002
9. Derek Sherinian
10. Bela Fleck

Honorable Mentions: Nightwish, Nile, Soundgarden, STP, Alice in Chains, Jethro Tull, Biohazard, and any of the Dream Theater and Yes side projects (for what he lacks in virtuosity, Jon Anderson makes up for it by being a frictionless conduit of creativity.)

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Nightwish is a favorite of mine. I haven't heard them since they changed lead singers.
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They WHAT? I'm not such a big fan, I mostly like their "calmer" songs, but I liked the voice. I wonder if they're gonna play some of their old songs in concerts; I mean, covers are one thing, but the exact same song with a different lead? Weird.

As for what I listen to, I'm a pretty "classic" pop-rock listener with a few other trends here and there. I don't usually care about "genre", if I like it that's it, so you'll find some rap or country songs in my playlists too, but not a lot.

To give a sample, in no particular order: U2, Queen, Pink Floyd, Alanis Morissette, Roger Waters (solo albums), Coldplay, Sarah McLachlan, Sinnéad O'Connor, Dave Matthews, Bon Jovi, etc. I tend to really listen to the lyrics and I like more the songs that have some interesting lyrics, hence the above selection.

I could also give some examples of French and Romanian singers I like but that wouldn't give you any clues. [Big Grin]

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Rush is a pretty popular band in these parts. I'm not putting them on my list, but they were one of the first bands I ever got into.

I guess I'll just do a list, since all the cool kids are doing it and I sort of said I would earlier.

1. Flogging Molly
2. The Distillers
3. Bob Dylan
4. David Bowie
5. The Misfits
6. Johnny Cash
7. The Beatles
8. Patti Smith
9. Iggy Pop

I don't usually have much of an opinion one way or another on new music I hear. I have to hear the song a few times before I know if I like it or not. The only exceptions have been Flogging Molly and The Distillers. I loved both of those bands immediately.

Gogol Bordello. Their first CD is awesome, and then they went downhill pretty hard on their second album. For being a ton of fun live and good half the time on their albums, I'm giving them an honorable mention.

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quote:
Nightwish is a favorite of mine. I haven't heard them since they changed lead singers.
Hi, Lyrhawn. Nightwish is also a favorite of mine. Although I liked Tarja's voice very much, I think Annette (the new singer) is also awesome. Mind this: their singing styles are very different, as Annette (although she had some classical training) sings in a "rockier" way then Tarja did.
As I always felt Tuomas' melodies and lyrics were the true heart and soul of Nightwish success, it was no biggie for me, since he mananged to adapt very well to the new singer (well... he should! He chose her, after all!) and even outdo himself in the new album (Dark Passion Play).
Of course, it's easy enough to notice that there was "some" bitterness still, about Tarja (and her husband). You only need to listen songs like "Master Passion Greed" or "Bye-Bye Beautifull". My favorites, though, are "The Poet and the Pendulum" and "Amaranth" - Link to youtube video here.

Many people were aprehensive about the whole "Nigthwish changing lead singers", but I guess it was pretty much inevitable (I won't elaborate much about it. Just google for their homepage and search a little at the forums. All the details are there.)

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I like

1. The Bangles (even though they sold out, I even liked some of their later stuff.)
2. Cat Stevens
3. TMBG
4. Christine Lavin
5. Whitney Houston
6. U2
7. Celine Dion
8. Mandisa
9. REM
10. Sting

But this isn't an ironclad top 10 list.

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Corwin
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I actually like Celine Dion because of my mother. She liked her songs a lot so we bought quite a few albums. I think I like "D'eux" most, but I don't know any of her newer albums. (after 1998 I think)
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1. Dave Matthews Band
2. Incubus
3. '90's Rock Channel
4. '70's Rock Channel
5. '80's Music Channel
6. Justin Timberlake
7. Kelly Clarkson
8. Christina Aguilera

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Re: New Nightwish singer.

Her voice is so much thinner than Tarja's. Good, but not as good. The music is still awesome though.

Anette looks too happy in the video to be singing Nightwish music. Quit smiling!

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Radiohead fan checking in.

Other current faves are The Shins, Spoon, and Beck. But I don't have the music pumping as much as most people. I spend a lot of the time in good old ambient noise.

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quote:
Christine Lavin
Christine Lavin is awesome!! Have you seen her in concert?
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Reshpeckobiggle: Tarja does not smile nor dance because of her upbringing as a classical singer. Annette, though, was ever a rock vocalist. I don't think her body language detracts from her performance, though.
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1. Tool
2. Classical
3. Techno
4. Green Day
5. Mindless Self Indulgence
6. Classic Rock
7. System of a Down
8. Static X
9. Slipknot
10. Korn

This list is actually very much top heavy in that 90% of what I listen to day-to-day is the top 5. The rest is stuff that I have on my PC but don't really put on very often anymore (Though each was considered my favorite band at one point or another).

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Looking at CDs, playlists and browser history here are some artists I am listening to right now.

Beatles
Daft Punk
Dance Hall Crashers
Dave Matthews Band
Doors
Foo Fighters
Jack Johnson
NIN
Okenfold
Paul Van Dyk
Reel Big Fish
Simon & Garfunkel
Schubert

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Lyrhawn
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Dark Passion Play is the new cd with Annette? I'll admit I stopped paying attention to them a bit when I heard about the fiasco. The rock/opera feel of it is what pulled be towards it the most.

I'll have to check it out. If I was going to buy a couple songs off Amazon to test it out, what would you suggest? (or more likely, if I were to search YouTube to listen to them first).

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1. Outkast
2. Mos Def
3. Radiohead
4. A Tribe Called Quest
6. Jimi Hendrix
7. The Shins
8. Rush
9. The Beatles
10. Weezer

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Lyrhawn, yes... Dark Passion Play is the new cd with Annette. Search Youtube for "Amaranth", "The Poet and the Pendulum", "Eva" and "Master Passion Greed". I think these would give you a good idea of what to expect.
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OK, the Top 10 are pretty solid, after 20 it's more like "in no particular order":

1. U2
2. Bob Dylan
3. Mark Heard
4. Nick Cave
5. Tom Waits
6. Bill Mallonee/Vigilantes of Love
7. Over the Rhine
8. Lost Dogs/Daniel Amos/Swirling Eddies/Terry Scott Taylor/77s/Michael Roe/The Choir/Adam Again (I'm lumping them all together since there's so much overlap)
9. Emmylou Harris
10. Neko Case/The New Pornographers/Destroyer
11. Patty Griffin
12. Arcade Fire
13. David Bowie
14. R.E.M.
15. Buddy Miller/Julie Miller
16. Rilo Kiley/Jenny Lewis
17. Sixpence None the Richer/Leigh Nash
18. Tonio K.
19. Steve Taylor/Chagall Guevera
20. Radiohead
21. Peter Gabriel
22. The Call
23. Bruce Springsteen
24. Tom Petty
25. Dan Bern
26. Delerium
27. Elvis Costello
28. OutKast
29. Sam Phillips
30. Sufjan Stevens
31. Iron & Wine
32. Joseph Arthur
33. The Roots
34. 16 Horsepower/Wovenhand
35. Kate Bush
36. Nellie McKay
37. Starflyer 59
38. Joe Henry
39. Loudon Wainwright III
40. Maria McKee/Lone Justice
41. Fleming & John
42. K'naan
43. Johnny Cash
44. Lou Reed/The Velvet Underground
45. The Beatles
46. The Smiths
47. The Cure
48. Bjork
49. Bruce Cockburn
50. Kanye West

** Wow... And I missed Simon & Garfunkel/Paul Simon, They Might Be Giants and Dave Matthews! Too much good music... Too little time.

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The Call?

They opened for Simple Minds at a show back in about '86.

In the paper the next morning a reviewer described their entire show in one sentence: "35 minutes of bottom-heavy, pretentious piffle."

I think he was being too kind. (IIRC, he wasn't too kind to Simple Minds either [Frown] )

This is not a criticism, however, just a recollection. Perhaps The Call has improved in the past 20 years. [Smile]

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quote:
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Lyrhawn, yes... Dark Passion Play is the new cd with Annette. Search Youtube for "Amaranth", "The Poet and the Pendulum", "Eva" and "Master Passion Greed". I think these would give you a good idea of what to expect.

I loved "Amaranth." "Eva" didn't really hit me or strike me as bad. "Poet and the Pendulum" ended really strong I think. I really got into it halfway through. "Master Passion Greed" I didn't particularly care for.

You can definitely feel that the music and such is just as good as it always was, the feel of the band hasn't changed in that regard. I can't help but wonder what it would sound like of the old singer was doing it, but, this is fresh, and I like it. Maybe not quite as much as I liked the old Nightwish, but I like it.

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Do I even have ten artists yet?

1. U2
2. Coldplay
3. Train
4. Boston
5. Journey
6. Keane
7. Snow Patrol
8. The Fray

Nope. Sorry, folks--I barely started to collect music about a year and a half ago, if that; it was never a huge priority during my earlier teenage years.

That said, I'll listen to anything that makes me want to soar, that lifts my spirits high and gives me a renewed feeling of invigoration and hope. U2 easily takes on that challenge, as much of their music (and traditional sound) is about hope and meaning. Coldplay gives it atmosphere, and the rest of them simply fill in the gaps.

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Lilli,
I am an Americana gal meself.
In my later years, I listen to live-recorded music(as opposed to studio) almost exclusively, and am obsessed with the Ithaca, New York music scene, primarily Donna the Buffalo and Crow Greenspun, both pretty obscure artists.

I am a music festival addict.

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quote:
Originally posted by Godric 2.0:
33. The Roots

Gosh, I knew I was forgetting something. Replace Weezer with The Roots and you got my list.
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Oh if I had to name my top 10...roughly:

1. Dave Matthews Band
2. Gomez
3. Les Miserables (yeah, it counts)
4. Soundtracks to Battlestar Galactica
5. Nightwish
6. Garth Brooks
7. Reba Macintyre
8. Greenday
9. Bad Religion
10. Linkin Park
11. The Coral

There are a lot of bands I'd toss in a 12th spot that tie that I like a few songs from, like Maroon 5, Michael Buble, James Darren, some swing and jazz, Rammstein, Foo Fighters, Three Days Grace, Breaking Benjamin, Staind and more. It's hard to rank them really, or choose favorites.

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Ok, so who doesn't like Nightwish?
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Lynyryd Skynyryd
The Who
Led Zeppelin
Queen
Galactic Cactus
High Fives for Hot Girls
Blame it on Brutus
Pink Floyd
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Wings
Tad
Smashing Pumpkins
The Beatles
Rammstein
Rage Against the Machine
Soundgarden
Mudhoney
AC/DC
Pantera
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Korn
George Thorogood
Black Sabbath
Nirvana
Iron Maiden
Sepultura
Anthrax
Faith No More
Pearl Jam
Jane's Addiction
Alice in Chains
System of a Down
Project 86
Pillar
Rob Zombie
Metallica
The Offspring
ZZ Top
BB King
Guess Who
Grand Funk Railroad
Anberlin
Queens of the Stone Age
Between the Buried and Me
Norma Jean
Living Sacrifice
Maylene and the Sons of Disaster
Beastie Boys
Black Stone Cherry
The Chariot
A Girl A Gun A Ghost
Here I Come Falling
Relient K
The Wedding
Bad Brains
The Melvins
Foo Fighters
Sweet 75
Audioslave
Alter Bridge
The Almost
Skillet
Foxy Shazam
As I Lay Dying
August Burns Red
Switchfoot
Burden of a Day
Blue Oyster Cult
Chronic Future
Chasing Victory
dc Talk
Dead Poetic
Demon Hunter
Day of Fire
cky
Disciple
Every Time I Die
The Flaming Lips
Flyleaf
Fireflight
East West
Eleventyseven
Write This Down
The Showdown
Showbread
Fleetwood Mac
Family Force 5
The Fold
The Fratellis
He is Legend
Haste the Day
Megadeth
The Honour Recital
Kids in the Way
The Jesus Lizard
Nine Inch Nails
Ok Go
Once Nothing
P.O.D.
Pelican
Underoath
Black Tide
A Plea for Purging
Powerman 5000
Soulfly
Tenacious D
Thousand Foot Krutch
Tool
The Vines
Wolfmother
Xylophone Homicide!
The Unique Arrival

A brief list of some of my favorites.

[ March 30, 2008, 10:57 PM: Message edited by: SteveRogers ]

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quote:
Originally posted by Reshpeckobiggle:
Ok, so who doesn't like Nightwish?

Crazy people who don't like operatic metalish rock.
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+ post,

The Pantheon is:

1. David Byrne
- Frank Zappa
- The Residents
- Amy X Neuburg
- Burzum
- King Crimson
- Robert Fripp
- Scott Walker
- Jim White
- Bathory
- Ildjarn[-Nidhogg]
- Swell Maps
- Todd Rundgren
- Susumu Hirasawa
- Raymond Scott
- Pandit Pran Nath
- Jandek
- Sparks
- Sonic the Hedgehog 2, 3 & Knuckles
(Masatu Nakamura, Michael Jackson + crew?)
- Sabbat (Japan)
- Talking Heads


I don't like Nightwish.

But I don't dislike Nightwish.

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You like The Jesus Lizard, Steve?

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8. Lost Dogs/Daniel Amos/Swirling Eddies/Terry Scott Taylor/77s/Michael Roe/The Choir/Adam Again (I'm lumping them all together since there's so much overlap) [/QB]
Is Taylor in all of those? TST almost is in my dorky list from his soundtrack to The Neverhood alone, which is some of my favorite music. I've been meaning to check out his other thingies.

[ January 30, 2008, 11:56 PM: Message edited by: The Flying Dracula Hair ]

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quote:
Crazy people who don't like operatic metalish rock.
[Confused]

Says: "There are such people?"

Remember that lives in Brazil (Carnival and Samba approaching). [Angst]

Sobs [Cry]

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quote:
Originally posted by The Flying Dracula Hair: You like The Jesus Lizard, Steve?
I do like The Jesus Lizard. Unfortunately, I've had no luck locating any of their albums, so I don't own any of them. I've just been skating by on the samples off iTunes and the Clerks soundtrack. But I do like them. Some very interesting music.
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I think 777 would realy like Travis
They're like Keane, but better

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1. Tool
2. Radiohead
3. A Perfect Circle
4. Nine Inch Nails
5. Carlos Vives
6. System of a Down
7. Nirvana
8. Pearl Jam
9. The Postal Service
10. Nick Drake

Subject to change constantly. [Smile]

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I like Tatiana's list. High five, Tatiana! *high fives*
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Jars of Clay
Switchfoot
Mercy me
Petra

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Tatiana's list is a good one.
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quote:
Originally posted by SteveyUnreal is nice but:
quote:
Originally posted by Arf: I am surprised by your like of The Jesus Lizard in a nice way, I am wanting to talk and like music things with you.
I do like The Jesus Lizard. Unfortunately, I have only heard the one song from Clerks and a handful of 30 second samples. But I do like them. Some very interesting music. And also some of my favorite.
WAHT

I'm not out to get you 'cause you seem like a nice guy 'n all, but dude, DUDE

dude

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You've got me just a tad confused, I'm not even going to lie.
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Dude Peekaboo [Cool]
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I know you wouldn't lie, Steve. You're a good guy Steve [Smile]

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Originally posted by LargeTuna:
Dude [Cool] Peekaboo

el oh el it is in Google
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