Discussion in 'Music' started by YODA, Apr 1, 2003.
Believe it or not this
Had to show it to my youngest, she was asking me about it
New Order - Get Ready
Great 2001 release from a fave band of mine. A little more of a rock edge on this release, more Guitar less synth, but still the NO sound I love. Crystal, 60 miles an hour, Rock the shack, Turn my way.
Roni Benise - Spanish Nights
Very nice Spanish guitar music. Listening to this as I clean house.
Have discovered Depeche Mode through some of their songs being in a goth rock playlist on Spotify, and I have to say I'm appreciating them greatly
Welcome aboard the DM bandwagon. As a long time fan I suggest going back to some of their early works to get up to speed. "Some Great Reward", "Black Celebration", and "Violator" are 3 CD's I recommend starting with.
Going through Iron Maiden's back catalogue. RUN TO THE HIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!
I have had a song by a Hungarian band, Omega, The girl with Pearl Hair get stuck in my mind about 2 weeks ago, it wont go away.
Stevie Nicks - Timespace
Legendary female rockers greatest hits. Edge of seventeen, Rooms on fire, Stand Back, I cant wait. Also great duets Leather and lace (with Don Henley), and Stop draggin' my heart around(with the late, great Tom Petty)
Neil Diamond - The Ultimate Collection(Disc 1)
The man's voice is magic. Sweet Caroline, Song, Sung blue, Cracklin' Rosie, Love on the rocks, Girl, you'll be a woman soon, And 2 of my personal fave's...Longfellow serenade, and Play me.
RUN FOOOOOOOR YOUR LIIIIIVVEESSSSS!
Pachendale is an amazing song top!
[applause] I absolutely love Neil Diamond, and have since the 80s. I do not understand people who don't love his songs.
Got this on right now in my queue:
It's one of only a handful of songs that I play at full volume. So awesome!
Having a Jungle binge recently reminiscing from ye olde days in the raves.
Neil Diamond - The Ultimate Collection(Disc II)
More classics from the hitmaster. I am...I said, Solitary man, Cherry, Cherry, Stones, Kentucky woman, Holly Holy.
playing in my headphones as I type
I've never been one for acapella, but...
Worth noting that these are two of the most interesting developments in biology in the past fifty years or so, with CRISPR cas 9 being the most powerful technology we've developed since the atom bomb. As far as I know, everything in the songs is accurate. I'm doubling down on my dorkiness.
Notorious - Soundtrack
Not a huge Rap/Hip-Hop guy, but I do like Biggie.
Night Ranger - Greatest Hits
Cool 80's rock...good stuff. Don't tell me you love me, Rumours in the air, sing me away, Sister Christian.
Mozart - Symphony No. 25 in G minor
331ERock's channel on YouTube. He makes good songs even better.
stupid freaking elevator-esq hold music....
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