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Post  Gerard Halcyon on Sat Jun 06, 2009 2:19 am

Dude! My woman is gonna love me when I play this for her when I see her later this month! Hehehe! Thanks, dude!
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Post  Bahn Durm on Sat Jun 06, 2009 9:09 am

Hahaha, I grew up listening to that kind of stuff from my father. I never had liked it. Then I played Fallout 3 and started humming the song. Went home to visit my parents at Christmas and started humming it, and my father was thinking that I'd finally conformed to his genre interests.

And Frank Sinatra. Not a fantastic singer, but something about his voice... just does it.
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Post  Valeris on Sat Jun 06, 2009 9:20 am

I still remember the first time I played Super Mario Brothers on NES and King Koopa came onscreen. I was terrified and started bawling while my father tried to convince me it was just a game. I still get nervous playing against Koopa and the music still gets me.
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Post  Bahn Durm on Sat Jun 06, 2009 9:23 am

Valeris wrote:I still remember the first time I played Super Mario Brothers on NES and King Koopa came onscreen. I was terrified and started bawling while my father tried to convince me it was just a game. I still get nervous playing against Koopa and the music still gets me.
Hahah
Everytime I hear the Bowser theme (dubba-dubba-dubba) I can't help but think of a professor that we called Bowser. She looked like the movie Bowser, so everytime she walked passed we'd all just kind of go "dubba-dubba-dubba" to ourselves. Cruel? Yes. Great stress relief? Abso-freakin-lutely.
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Post  Guest on Sat Jun 06, 2009 9:29 am

And now for something completely off topic: I always wanted an English bulldog named Bowser. Such a fitting name for the breed.

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Post  Bahn Durm on Sat Jun 06, 2009 9:33 am

I just hit random on my music list and Alicia Keys came up.
Judge all you like, she's one of the few original artists left in the R&B genre who writes her own music and she's gorgeous as Hell.

Alicia Keys and Christina Aguilera performing together make the world go 'round, my friends.
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Post  Gerard Halcyon on Sat Jun 06, 2009 10:00 pm

Hah! I actually had to put some Usher on my playlist... Man, I'm not kidding, you having a romantic evening with your "other-half" and it will just make their heart melt...

And, yes, that woman is one of the very few R&B singers that still has the spark that made the genre...
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Post  Master Nuuk on Thu Jun 11, 2009 9:20 am

Arashi wrote:A song that makes me feel like "dancing" would be jump by Van Halen.

A song that makes me happy and I would like to have wake me up every morning (since I'm not a morning person) would be "its a great day to be alive" by Travis Tritt. Another awesome song that is uplifting is "I can only imagine" by Mercy Me.

Defintely, I would vote for JUMP.
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Post  Skeevenmac on Thu Jun 11, 2009 9:49 am

Everytime I hear the Bowser theme (dubba-dubba-dubba)

I played this during a solol on night on a song and the people in the club went nuts. Now, they ask me to play it every solo. lol
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Post  Skeevenmac on Thu Jun 11, 2009 9:56 am

Sorry, I wanted to post one more thing. Re: the rant on the first page. I think most of the issue goes back further than you think. This was going on around the turn of the century with jazz, blues, bluegrass, and about every genre. If you didn't fit the stereotype you didn't get the gig.

I just read an interview today where a lady auditioned for bass for the band Sugarland. In the first audition they didn't even ask her to play. They wanted a picture of her and her favorite place to eat. The second audition is where she played and sang.

As far as the merchandise goes that's the main way most of the bands make a living. Record companies have to recoup so much in expenses it leaves very little to the artist. Check some stuff about Tom Petty. He stuck it back to the record companies and makes a ton now.
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Post  Carlen Darko on Sun Jun 14, 2009 8:56 am

"Still Alive" the ending song for Portal. It's freaking hilarious.
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Post  Satarel Vao on Sun Jun 14, 2009 10:09 am

Carlen Darko wrote:"Still Alive" the ending song for Portal. It's freaking hilarious.

I've never played before, but is it by Pearl Jam? If so, badass.
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Post  Tyren Vaal on Sun Jun 14, 2009 10:14 am

Carlen Darko wrote:"Still Alive" the ending song for Portal. It's freaking hilarious.

I think I remember that little song, always cheered me up.
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Post  Carlen Darko on Sun Jun 14, 2009 10:23 am

Tyren Vaal wrote:

I think I remember that little song, always cheered me up.

There's nothing better than a Motherbrain computer singing about how she's test subjects still alive to toy with.
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Post  Arashi Storm on Sun Jun 14, 2009 7:11 pm

Skeevenmac wrote:Sorry, I wanted to post one more thing. Re: the rant on the first page. I think most of the issue goes back further than you think. This was going on around the turn of the century with jazz, blues, bluegrass, and about every genre. If you didn't fit the stereotype you didn't get the gig.

I just read an interview today where a lady auditioned for bass for the band Sugarland. In the first audition they didn't even ask her to play. They wanted a picture of her and her favorite place to eat. The second audition is where she played and sang.

As far as the merchandise goes that's the main way most of the bands make a living. Record companies have to recoup so much in expenses it leaves very little to the artist. Check some stuff about Tom Petty. He stuck it back to the record companies and makes a ton now.

Hmmm lets take it back even further. The devil was the leader of the choir in heaven. So do you really wanna know where "bad" music comes from?? Just a little info for those that believe in God.
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Post  Skeevenmac on Sun Jun 14, 2009 7:27 pm

Well choirs in Heaven and a little different from choirs on Earth. A grouping of angels was called a choir.

And, by the way, if anyone likes really bad music check out The Shaggs. Frank Zappa said they were better than the Beatles. I love the song "My Pal Foot Foot."
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Post  Carlen Darko on Mon Jun 15, 2009 1:49 am

Skeevenmac wrote:Well choirs in Heaven and a little different from choirs on Earth. A grouping of angels was called a choir.

And, by the way, if anyone likes really bad music check out The Shaggs. Frank Zappa said they were better than the Beatles. I love the song "My Pal Foot Foot."

And if you want the devil himself to sing for you...go listen to anything by Barney.
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Post  Cuyir on Mon Jun 15, 2009 7:06 am

I don't know about happiest, but Pink Floyd has some of the most relaxing music I've ever listened to. Dark Side of the Moon is an amazing album.
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Post  Jeme'Maer on Mon Jun 15, 2009 7:29 am

Cuyir wrote:I don't know about happiest, but Pink Floyd has some of the most relaxing music I've ever listened to. Dark Side of the Moon is an amazing album.

Right on man I knew there had to be someone who loved pink floyd in here somewhere lol.
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Post  Reicho Seitoshi on Mon Jun 15, 2009 10:09 am

Agreed it is quite soothing.
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Post  Carlen Darko on Mon Jun 15, 2009 7:55 pm

Another Pink Floyd fan here!

How about Queen? Any Queen lovers?
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Post  Jeme'Maer on Mon Jun 15, 2009 8:56 pm

Yes I love Queen just as much. The song that got me into them was We Will Rock You.
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Post  Cuyir on Mon Jun 15, 2009 11:55 pm

Yeah, Queen is great as well. As is pretty much any rock band from that time period.
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Post  Gatho on Tue Jun 16, 2009 2:08 am

Got to say I love Queen, they got so many beautiful and good-melody songs. Always makes you happy. "I want to break free" and "Fat Bottomed Girls" are my personal favourites.

Also Garr I've been listening to Catch 22 for a couple of weeks and I really like that brass instrument-sound (if that's how you say it). Never heard anything like it before. Lol most songs are even shorter then most Ramones ones'.

Have you guys heard the Swedish bands Kent or Mando Diao? Just a little curious on seeing if our 'big bands' are famous out in the world. They're great anyway, lol.
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Post  Carlen Darko on Tue Jun 16, 2009 5:36 am

If I had to go and list the top 100 rock songs of all time, I would honestly have to place Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" at number 1!
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