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Add "Let It Linger" By the Cranberries....
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GUMDROP!!! You are SO lucky!! I would love to go to an Imogen concert! [Big Grin] Where was it?

On a different note, it's too bad I missed this thread when it was talking about classical music. How could i overlook it? My favourite is Debussy. His first Arabesque is wonderful. So is "Golliwog's Cakewalk", it's so fun, it makes me think of a fat lazy cat chasing a mouse! (Can anyone tell me what a cakewalk is, or who Golliwog was?). I also like the romantic period, especially Chopin's nocturnes. And Bach's inventions from the Barroque(can you believe his sheet music was discovered covered in meat in a butcher shop?!). From Bach, though everyone over uses it, I love the Tocatta e Fuga (I think) in re minor. From the classical period, my current piece is Bethoveen's Sonata Op. 10, No. 2. Ahhh... the beauty of it all [Big Grin]

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I've just gotten into Ladytron, and I can't stop listening to:

Destroy Everything You Touch - Ladytron
Playgirl - Ladytron
24 - Jem
Such Great Heights - The Postal Service
Die Another Day - Madonna
Let Go - Frou Frou

I'm going all techno lately. And those songs are so catchy, I can't get enough of them.
24 made me cry the first time I heard it, and I always love songs that make me cry. o.O
Let Go and Such Great Heights make me shiver every time I listen to them.
The lyrics from Die Another Day are so nonsensical, and don't make any sense, but Madonna rocks.
And I love all Ladytron songs, but Playgirl and Destroy Everything You Touch are my favorites.

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I saw Imogen Heap perform the other night, and wow, that girl just blows me away!
Omigosh!! LUCKY! I adore Imogen Heap, and I have Speak For Yourself and I Megaphone. They both rock.
She's an absolutely amazing singer, she has a fabulous voice. I love Frou Frou, I went out and bought Details.
And I bought the Garden State Soundtrack; It completely rocks.
Btw, is her real name Imogen Heap? I love the word 'Imogen', lol.

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This changes regularly, but at the moment I can't get enough of:

Such Great Heights - The Postal Service
Crazy - Gnarls Barkley
Somewhere Only We Know - Keane (sp?)
Walnut Tree - Keane
Forbidden Love - Madonna
Frozen - Madonna
Imagine Me and You - The Turtles (hee! such a cute song)

And I can never ever get enough of Weapon by Matthew Good... That song is a masterpiece!

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quote:
Originally posted by Faith54:
Oh, jeez. Let's see now...

"Dani California"- The Red Hot Chili Peppers

i am absolutely IN LOVE with that song. can't get enough of it.
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I bought the Imogen Heap album Speak for Yourself last week, and have been listening to it nonstop...

I just can't get enough of it. I'm listening to it right now, in fact. The whole CD is absolutely mind-blowing.

To think that I never would've discovered this amazing artist without reading this thread...

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Lately its Nirvana, Nightwish, Nickleback...
Guess I have a craving for Ns, huh?

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Ooh, another Nightwish fan? *glomps* I love that band...
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criminal-fiona apple
omg I know you ladies out there know EXACTLY what its like to screw with a guy's head and then feel bad for meesing his life up cause he was actually just a nice guy you really liked
I'm on a total fiona apple obsession though
all of her songs are perfect for their situations

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REM - Leaving New York
Imitation of Life
Nightswimming
Fall Out Boy - Sophomore Slump or Comeback of
the Year
Of All the Gin Joints In The World
U2 - Miracle Drug
City of Blinding Lights
The Kooks - She Moves In Her Own Way
Jackie Big T*ts
Ooh La
Green Day - Extraodinary Girl
Whatsername
Letterbomb
Blink-182 - Not Now
Feeling This
The Rock Show
Down
Gavin deGraw - I Don't Want To Be
Belief
(Nice To Meet You) Anyway
Meaning
James Blunt - Tears And Rain
Cry
Aqualung - What A Feeling

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quote:
[/b]GUMDROP!!! You are SO lucky!! I would love to go to an Imogen concert! Where was it?
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I was lucky. The show was supposed to be sold out, but that was through Ticketmonster (those evil bastards!), but if you went to the actual venue box office, they still had 30 tickets available. I saw Imogen at The Glass House in Pomona, California. It's one of my favorite venues out here. Even though Hollywood is geographically closer to my house, the drive Pomona takes just as long and parking is much more convenient. However, the bathroom was in terrible disrepair, so I dispatched a health inspector to check it out he next day.

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Btw, is her real name Imogen Heap? I love the word 'Imogen', lol.


afaik, yes, her real name is Imogen Heap. btw, I saw Ladytron at the same venue that same week, two days after imogen. This was after the Coachella festival, so a lot of acts were playing in Los Angeles-area venues in the days prior to and immediately following the festival.

currently, i'm all emo-core, so i've been listening to a lot of Dashboard Confessional and Angels & Airwaves (funny 'cause I absolutely despised Blink182). too much boy drama -- must listen to emo!

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Gummy, if you want some good boy-drama mixed up with crazy tunes, try Panic! At the Disco. They're tooo frigging catchy.

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Gummy, if you want some good boy-drama mixed up with crazy tunes, try Panic! At the Disco. They're tooo frigging catchy.
Yeah, they are. I try so hard not to bob my head when their stuff comes on, but it's difficult!

Between the Bars - Elliott Smith
Rosa - Pascal Obispo
Anything by the Red Hot Chilli Peppers
Say Yes - Elliott Smith
Revolution - Beatles
Toxicity - System of a Down

There is more, but I don't have meh CD case with me. Heh.

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I have four songs on special playlist to listen to during my breaks at work:

Queen - Under Pressure
Gorillaz - Feel Good Inc.
Dead Eye Dick - New Age Girl
The Bloodhound Gang - The Bad Touch

And yes I know the bad touch is horrible and sexist and offensive to women, but it's really fun to listen to a song at work that's so work-inappropriate. And even more fun when your co-workers make you do a sing-a-long of it when you get back from your break...

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quote:
Between the Bars - Elliott Smith
Rosa - Pascal Obispo
Anything by the Red Hot Chilli Peppers
Say Yes - Elliott Smith
Revolution - Beatles
Toxicity - System of a Down

The Beatles are absolutely fabulous. I love Revolution, that's got to be one of my favorite songs by them except for Penny Lane.. and Twist and Shout.. lol, and every other song by them.
I recently discovered Elliott Smith, and he is so cool.
Currently, I can't get enough of 'Needle In The Hay' after I just watched The Royal Tennenbaums.

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quote:
Originally posted by wobblyheadedjane:
Gummy, if you want some good boy-drama mixed up with crazy tunes, try Panic! At the Disco. They're tooo frigging catchy.

Way ahead of you. i bought Panic! along with Dashboard Confessional and AFI. Yes, they are catchy as hell. I was dancing like a nut around my apartment.

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Velvet Underground, "Venus In Furs," because it sounds so hypnotic

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Fall Out Boy's "Sugar We're Going Dowm," but not quite. I hate Fall Out Boy and therefore I really enjoy the spooof of it online: "Going Da Da in a Leelulurah." Trust me, it's hilarious.

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I can't get over the song that was used in the introduction to last week's So You Think You Can Dance (zombie intro, yes!)

Ramalama (Bang Bang) by Roisin Murphy. Catchy catchy catchy!

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Franklin, Circles, Here we go again, Pressure, Brighter, Emergency -Paramore

(Let's say almost every single song of them)

Mouth shut, Everything's I'm not - The veronicas

[ 08-22-2006, 12:37 PM: Message edited by: cool87 ]

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nice topic...I just got back from Italy (first time outta the US..WOOT WOOT) with a Study Abroad program. I liked Italian techno a bit before I left, but I discovered Tiziano Ferro in Italy, and I CANNOT stop listening to Stop! Dimentica, his latest single. He isn't a "techno" artist, he also has a ballad called "Sere Nere" which I absolutely love, but there's somethin about Stop! Dimentica...

I also absolutely love Gnarls Barkley, "Crazy"

And anything Green Day! WOOOOT!!!

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Tiziano Ferro is such an awesomely talented artist! He's my favourite Italian musician, along with Vasco Rossi. I don't know if you've checked out any of Ferro's older stuff. If you haven't, then definitely see if you can get your hands on his first album, 'Rosso Relativo', as that album really displays his wide range of talents 'cause he really does anything from pop to rap to soul on it, and he can do it all. Plus, his voice just rocks.

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The song I can't get out of my head:

It's to late baby,It's to Late, by Carol King.

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the whole panic! at the disco CD

I've had it for a year now and i've listened to it at least a million times!

oh, an Under the cork tree, from fall out boy too, but not so much.

Panic! is my love xD

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The Les Miserables Original London Cast soundtrack.

Need I say more? Awesome stuff.

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The Marie Antoinette soundtrack. Boring movie, but awesome music.

Also: Living on My Own, by Queen. I adore Queen. Adore.

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aah!!! I swear this is the last time I'm posting on this thread [Roll Eyes] But I just am adding one more song:

Evanescence: Call me When Your Sober

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Currently obsessed with DASHBOARD CONFESSIONAL. I sang "Screaming Infidelities" about 7 times on my drive home from work. I am sooooooo incredibly hot for Chris Carrabba.

I unsucessfully tried to ask him out on a date. But he was really polite about declining my offer.

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I Wear My Sunglasses At Night - Corey Heart

You Spin Me Round - Dead or Alive

Vogue - Madonna

Rebel Yell - Billy Idol

Karma Chameleon - Culture Club

Welcome To the Jungle - Guns 'n Roses

I am in a timewarp in the 80's!

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this song will always be my favourite song simply because its the only thing in this world that can make me smile no matter what situation im in...

MUSTANG SALLY...

l0l i find it quite humourous since im only 16 and this is such a ol' sko0l song =)

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Snow Patrol= "Chasing Cars"
Linkin Park= "Faint"
Nickelback= "Savin' Me"
Rufus Wainwright= "Hallelujah"
White Stripes= "Seven Nation Army"

also Nickelback's "Far Away" (it's my girlfriends/my 'song') and "Photograph" (coz i just graduated)

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How To Save A Life - The Fray...Oh how i adore the fray!
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"Romeo & Juliet" - Dire Straits
"Layla" - Eric Clapton <3 <3 <3
Songs from the musicals Jesus Christ Superstar and Avenue Q!!
"Sing Sing Sing" - The Glenn Miller Orchestra. I swing dance, and this is like the classic swing dancing song... I frequently just put it on loop and dance with myself in my room [Big Grin]
"Landed" - Ben Folds (and pretty much anything else by him)

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