Post subject: What song are you listening to right now?
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Please keep postcount low. Make use of the edit button. This is not meant to be a recommendation thread. Please, only post if while reading the thread title you catch yourself listening to something. Thanks. the GazettE - NIL - 02 - Nausea and Shudder July 21st: strobeampli-chipsetsunset.xm using MilkyTracker :D Edit: Now strobe-celestialkiss_final.xm July 23rd: Merry - "Aikokufuta - MASURAO" Damn sexy song ^^
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Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter 0031, AKA Secret Character Theme.
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Now it's Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter 001A, AKA M. Bison Theme.
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teachers by daft punk 15 yo techno ftw
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World Of Goo - Red Carpet Extend-o-matic. URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Tu6rGhyT24
[00:31:12] <stickie> by the way, thanks for the sig sixofour [00:31:23] <sixofour> dejavu [00:31:25] <sixofour> what sig? [00:31:55] <stickie> you will just have to find out *insert mystical music*
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Not listening to anything, but I've had Futuristic Imagination (that end theme to Eden of the East) stuck in my head for most of the day.
Kirby said so, so it must be true. ( >'.')>
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Now it's Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter 0016, AKA Ken Theme.
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High Contrast - "If We Ever"
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I'm not listening to anything. I'm clicking the broken link in Nach's signature instead. It's broken since world war 2...
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Drama, too long, didn't read, lol.
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Now it's Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter 0015, AKA Ryu Theme.
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I'm clicking the broken link in Nach's signature instead. It's broken since world war 2...
I should be fixing that shortly.
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This seems like a fairly mindless postcount++ thread...why not make it a thread for music recommendations instead? For example, I recommend The Beatles' Abbey Road, the soundtrack to Einhänder, Nightwish's Wishmaster, Solas' The Hour Before Dawn, and George Winston's Autumn. ...that's a bit of an eclectic set of genres there.
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Lufia & The Fortress of Doom - First Fortress of Doom Theme.
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This seems like a fairly mindless postcount++
Yes, I've been trying to point that out, since I can look back here and be listening to something else every time. And I'm the weird guy who doesn't change something unless it's been playing for almost an hour, while most people listen to a theme for 2-5 minutes.
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black mirror by the arcade fire pretentious canadians ftw
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Electrovoya - Whispers (Original Mix) (blip.fm)
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Anne Clark - Our Darkness
[00:31:12] <stickie> by the way, thanks for the sig sixofour [00:31:23] <sixofour> dejavu [00:31:25] <sixofour> what sig? [00:31:55] <stickie> you will just have to find out *insert mystical music*
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OK, now I'm listening to something: DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince - The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
"Genuine self-esteem, however, consists not of causeless feelings, but of certain knowledge about yourself. It rests on the conviction that you — by your choices, effort and actions — have made yourself into the kind of person able to deal with reality. It is the conviction — based on the evidence of your own volitional functioning — that you are fundamentally able to succeed in life and, therefore, are deserving of that success." - Onkar Ghate
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Drama, too long, didn't read, lol.
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Sixofour - Can you feel it? -- Why are we saying this again?
[00:31:12] <stickie> by the way, thanks for the sig sixofour [00:31:23] <sixofour> dejavu [00:31:25] <sixofour> what sig? [00:31:55] <stickie> you will just have to find out *insert mystical music*
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Sehnsucht, by Rammstein. My playlist will usually have songs in several different languages (but Rammstein is one of the main bands I listen to).
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Autechre - "Surripere"
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Riverside - Second Life Syndrome The absolute best song from Riverside. Anyway, my playlist is full of rock, metal, progressive rock and progressive metal (and the occasional exception). Current favorite band would have to be either Viikate (Finnish folkish(?) metal in finnish, well worth a shot) and Opeth (Swedish progressive metal).
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"Heart of Vlad" from the SotN remix album "Resurrection". Probably old news to most people here, but it's an awesome album so if you don't know what it is, go get it.
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KOTOKO and Hiromi Sato - Second Flight (Long Version)
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F-Zero Maximum Velocity - Tenth Zone East For a GBA game, it has very good music.
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