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  • Re: what are you listening to ?

    Sugar - System Of A Down.

    This song is a classic one
    Positive vibes, positive taught


    • Re: what are you listening to ?

      Originally posted by Armenian View Post
      I know you are not into this musical genre especially given that you like Laura Branigan

      Besides Armenian folk music and classical music, in general, I really enjoy early music from Europe (middle ages) and certain Metal bands.

      I am a big-big-big fan of the legend, Jordi Savall. The following pieces by him, a tiny sampling, are perhaps amongst the most beautiful expressions of musical culture on earth:

      The Savalls playing Diego Ortiz:

      Jordi Savall and La Capella Reial:

      Monteverdi - L'Orfeo - Savall:

      Jordi Savall has been composing, conducting and directing early music since the 70s. Please look into his extensive musical works.
      Wow, you know it's been how long I've been looking for the name of this guy, Savall?? I guess you know them for ages.
      A couple of years ago, a friend of mine gave me the CD ( a copied version obviously with no name on it), unfortunately he himself didn't know his name, so I couldn't look for their other works. Thank you, now, I am going to buy a collection of their whole work. Love them. Their music is incredibly relaxing for me...

      And Catalans are talented, colourful people, much like us.

      Originally posted by Armenian View Post
      Rammstein is one of my favorite metal bands, perhaps the best metal band in the last fifteen-twenty years:

      I also like Die Krupps:

      And Oomph:

      Generally speaking I like German music: Oktoberfest songs, German drinking songs, Bach, Mozart, Rammstein, etc.

      The song made famous during World War II, Panzerleid, is on of my favorite songs:

      Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

      I know it's wired, but that's me.

      I am also into a new music genre known as Mittelalter Metal (Medieval Metal), in which Germans excel.

      In Extermo:

      Corvus Corax:



      Nah, I didn't like them much but I remember listening to a song by Rammstein, a couple of years ago called Amerika ( if I'm not mistaken), that was the only song I liked.

      Yes, Germans are brilliant composers, musicians but as singers...!?!? I doubt it, at least I'm not a big fan of them.

      Originally posted by freakyfreaky View Post
      This one's for you Lucin.

      Laura Branigan "Gloria".
      Thank you. She is fabulous. I also like her Power Of Love.
      Last edited by Lucin; 04-19-2008, 09:55 AM.


      • Re: what are you listening to ?

        yanni , samvel yervinyan ,clyderman," marzieh ,vigen , kurosh yaghmayi , abas mehrpooya , mohammad noori , mohammad esfahani , parvize yahaghi , bijan mortazavi ,...(iranian singer and musician)"


        • Re: what are you listening to ?

          ....yeah -- I thought I'd pipe in and say that people are getting sick of the same old rock/hip-hop/r&b bullsh*t..... and there is just this big upsurge from a new style coming out of Europe -- it's pretty easy to find, just put 'euro club hits' into itunes or check this link:


          • Re: what are you listening to ?

            at this right moment, listening to armenoids on the net while posting


            • Re: what are you listening to ?

              Linkin Park - My December
              Positive vibes, positive taught


              • Re: what are you listening to ?

                Prodigy - Smack my b-i-t-c-h up. I love the little arabic loop a little bit before the half way mark that gets mixed into the song. It mesmerizing.
                Between childhood, boyhood,
                & manhood (maturity) there
                should be sharp lines drawn w/
                Tests, deaths, feats, rites
                stories, songs & judgements

                - Morrison, Jim. Wilderness, vol. 1, p. 22


                • Re: what are you listening to ?

                  Collection: GratefulDead
                  Band/Artist: Grateful Dead
                  Date: May 6, 1990 (check for other copies)
                  Venue: Cal State Dominguez Hills
                  Location: Carson, CA

                  Source: SBD>MC>DAT>CD
                  Keywords: Live concert

                  Mississippi Half Step, Feel Like A Stranger, Easy To Love You, West L.A. Fadeaway, When I Paint My Masterpiece, Candyman, Victim Or The Crime, Foolish Heart Iko Iko, Samson & Delilah, The Weight, Blow Away, Terrapin Station-> Drums-> Jam-> The Other One-> Standing On the Moon-> Throwing Stones, Turn On Your Love Light, E: The Last Time

                  "Gonna be a long, long, crazy, crazy (afternoon)" - if you were there, then you know it was...

         (When I Paint My Masterpiece)

                  When I Paint My Masterpiece (Dylan, Bob)

                  Oh, the streets of Rome are filled with rubble,
                  Ancient footprints are everywhere.
                  You can almost think that you're seein' double
                  On a cold, dark night on the Spanish Stairs.
                  Got to hurry on back to my hotel room,
                  Where I've got me a date with Botticelli's niece.
                  She promised that she'd be right there with me
                  When I paint my masterpiece.

                  Oh, the hours I've spent inside the Coliseum,
                  Dodging lions and wastin' time.
                  Oh, those mighty kings of the jungle, I could hardly stand to see 'em,
                  Yes, it sure has been a long, hard climb.
                  Train wheels runnin' through the back of my memory,
                  When I ran on the hilltop following a pack of wild geese.
                  Someday, everything is gonna be smooth like a rhapsody
                  When I paint my masterpiece.

                  Sailin' 'round the world in a dirty gondola.
                  Oh, to be back in the land of Coca-Cola!

                  I left Rome and landed in Brussels,
                  On a plane ride so bumpy that I almost cried.
                  Clergymen in uniform and young girls pullin' muscles,
                  Everyone was there to greet me when I stepped inside.
                  Newspapermen eating candy
                  Had to be held down by big police.
                  Someday, everything is gonna be diff'rent
                  When I paint my masterpiece.

                  Copyright 1971 Big Sky Music
                  Between childhood, boyhood,
                  & manhood (maturity) there
                  should be sharp lines drawn w/
                  Tests, deaths, feats, rites
                  stories, songs & judgements

                  - Morrison, Jim. Wilderness, vol. 1, p. 22


                  • Re: what are you listening to ?

                    The Get Out Clause produce exciting new CCTV music video

                    One of the most difficult things for a DIY label to do is to create an engaging music video on a
                    shoestring budget. The Get Out Clause has found a novel way around this problem using a combination
                    of Manchester's state of the art CCTV system and a little knowledge of the Freedom of Information
                    Act. The Get Out Clause set up at various locations around Manchester city centre where they knew
                    there would be CCTV coverage and performed their new signal 'Paper'. The footage was then requested
                    under the Freedom of Information Act and a video was cut together in their home studio.

                    "Paper" by The Get Out Close

                    Thanks to The Get Out Clause for being so ingenious!
                    Last edited by Siamanto; 05-09-2008, 11:33 PM.
                    What if I find someone else when looking for you? My soul shivers as the idea invades my mind.


                    • Re: what are you listening to ?

                      I like British music you can really drink too. Like the Anti-Nowhere League.

                      Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

             (Metallica covers "So What" w/ Anti-Nowhere League's singer)
                      Between childhood, boyhood,
                      & manhood (maturity) there
                      should be sharp lines drawn w/
                      Tests, deaths, feats, rites
                      stories, songs & judgements

                      - Morrison, Jim. Wilderness, vol. 1, p. 22