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CirclingWagons
05-23-2004, 01:27 PM
One song I like that's out recently: The Living End - Who's Gonna save us?
I don't like anything out now, to be honest

The Cure - 2 Late, The Lovecats, The Exploding Boy
The Smiths - There Is a light that never goes Out, This Charming Man, Girlfriend in a coma.
Led Zeppelin - Going to California, Tangerine, Whole Lotta Love
Pink Floyd - All of DSOTM, all of Wish you were here, Young Lust, Comfortably Numb
James Taylor - Mexico, Something in the way she moves
The Who - Baba O'Riley, Behind Blue eyes
The Living End - Who's Gonna save us?, Roll on
The Pietasters - Out all Night
Johnny Socko - Coffee Girl
Cream - Sunshine of your love
Billy Joel - She's gotta way, always a woman to me, allentown, goodnight saigon
Dire Straits - Romeo and Juliet, Sultans of Swing
David Bowie - China Girl, Space Oddity, Young Americans, Starman, Life on Mars
Talking Heads - Dream Operator, This Must be the place, What a day that was, road to nowhere
Peter Frampton - Baby I love your way, Show me the way

I'm missing a million songs...damnit!
will add as they come to me

FIN-IN-RI
05-23-2004, 03:30 PM
georgr micheal - i want your sex

CirclingWagons
05-23-2004, 03:33 PM
georgr micheal - i want your sex
don't forget Wham! - Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go! :lol:

Muck
05-23-2004, 04:32 PM
Damn, I didn't know you were such a p*$$Y CW. :tongue:

I like Badge and Crossroads better than Sunshine. I guess cuz I played it out as a kid teaching myself guitar. I'm guessing my parents, and anyone else in the house, grew to hate that song too. :lol:

I've got nothing else useful to say......

Muck
05-23-2004, 04:39 PM
Baha Men - Who Let The Dogs Out
Tag Team - Whoop, There It Is
Skee-Lo - I Wish
Right Said Fred - Too Sexy
Los Del Rio - Macarena
Snow - Informer
William Hung - She Bangs
New Kids On The Block - Hangin Tough

Timeless Classics brought to you by Muck

CirclingWagons
05-23-2004, 04:48 PM
Damn, I didn't know you were such a p*$$Y CW. :tongue:

I like Badge and Crossroads better than Sunshine. I guess cuz I played it out as a kid teaching myself guitar. I'm guessing my parents, and anyone else in the house, grew to hate that song too. :lol:

I've got nothing else useful to say......
sorry dude, if you're referring to the lack of metal I have in the list, that's because most of it sucks...80s metal was decent I guess.

I love Slayer, they are the best metal band of the last 20 years IMO.

another couple songs I forgot:
Slayer - Raining Blood
Motley Crue - Too Young to Fall in Love(best song ever :lol: )

LIQUID24
05-23-2004, 09:13 PM
Tool-Stinkfist
Deftones-Be Quiet and Drive
System of a Down- ATWA
Korn-Freak on a Leash
Britney Spears-Hit Me Baby One More Time... :D (the video was filmed at my high school :tongue: )

Muck
05-23-2004, 09:14 PM
I always thought it was "Shut Up and Drive". You're too nice. :)

LIQUID24
05-23-2004, 09:28 PM
I always thought it was "Shut Up and Drive". You're too nice. :)
At least it's not "Please keep it down and drive" :lol:

Phin-o-rama
05-23-2004, 10:32 PM
weezer ==== say it aint so

caught myself singing it in the shower today :X

Muck
05-23-2004, 11:04 PM
Smashing Pumpkins - Today

Makes me think back to high school, listening to that song in my friend's car. All the great rock songs from '93-'95 that take me back to my early high school years.

zonk39
05-23-2004, 11:29 PM
Lets get it on- Marvin Gaye (old school)

CirclingWagons
05-24-2004, 12:39 AM
Smashing Pumpkins - Today

Makes me think back to high school, listening to that song in my friend's car. All the great rock songs from '93-'95 that take me back to my early high school years.
Thanks for reminding me. I'd like to add:

Smashing Pumpkins - Tonight, Tonight, Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness(piano), and 1979.

Phinzone
05-24-2004, 01:14 AM
Lynard Skynard-Sweet Home Alabama
Sublime- What I got
AC/DC-thunderstruck, back in black
Metallica-One, holier than thou

I have others, but those are the main ones. I have plans to get a CD player put in my coffin, and a generator that my family can refill and start from uptop :) just kiddin, but it's a good idea....

Dajesus
05-24-2004, 03:43 AM
That is a tough question. I guess I will spit out a few:

Sublime-Bad Fish
Blood Hound Gang-Hell Yeah, and You are pretty when I am drunk
Sex Pistols-Anarchy in the UK
Dead-Rambling Rose
Bob Dylan-All Along the Watch Tower(probably not him playing it, but he wrote it.)
Biggie-Gimmie the Loot
B-Boys-Watcha Want and Hey Ladies
Bob Marley-No Woman No Cry(lost my virginity to it, so its here)
Floyd-Comfortably Numb
And my last one will be my favorite guilty pleasure-Night Ranger-Sister Christian

Dajesus
05-24-2004, 03:45 AM
I have to add one more now that I read CW's first post more closely:

Talking Heads-Psycho Killer

BigFinFan
05-24-2004, 02:06 PM
I will tell all of you this!

I have over 10000 MP3's - with over 600 full albums!

PM me if you want to see what I have.!

P4E
05-24-2004, 04:14 PM
I have to add one more now that I read CW's first post more closely:

Talking Heads-Psycho Killer
Glad someone around here appreciates David Byrne.:) For the past month or so I've had "In the bush of ghosts" cited in the location field beneath my avatar, and no one mentioned knowledge of what it meant.

CirclingWagons
05-24-2004, 04:17 PM
Glad someone around here appreciates David Byrne.:) For the past month or so I've had "In the bush of ghosts" cited in the location field beneath my avatar, and no one mentioned knowledge of what it meant.
what album is that from? :confused:

P4E
05-24-2004, 05:06 PM
what album is that from? :confused:
Title of a somewhat obscure but prescient and influential 1981 experimental collaboration by Byrne and Eno.
A quick review and 30 second samples (http://entertainment.msn.com/album/?album=111976)

CW... given your interests, you should take my word and grab a copy of this, smoke whatever burns nicely... and listen to it 6 times straight.

This album (yes, 1981 meant albums) presaged a lot of world-music, trance, techno and sampled music's popularity. Unfortunately, the moron who clipped the 30 second samples for the above link totally failed to capture the creative dynamics of the album. They basically only play the rhythms or lead-ins, without showing how Byrne/Eno overlayed this with found voice tracks from a range of sources which they then repeated and manipulated in various eerie ways to merge with the instrumentation and build to some very engaging culminations.

CW... from what I know of you... you just HAVE to find this record... light up... and integrate your whole being with what these guys were doing over 20 years ago. Trust me.

CirclingWagons
05-24-2004, 05:45 PM
Title of a somewhat obscure but prescient and influential 1981 experimental collaboration by Byrne and Eno.
A quick review and 30 second samples (http://entertainment.msn.com/album/?album=111976)

CW... given your interests, you should take my word and grab a copy of this, smoke whatever burns nicely... and listen to it 6 times straight.

This album (yes, 1981 meant albums) presaged a lot of world-music, trance, techno and sampled music's popularity. Unfortunately, the moron who clipped the 30 second samples for the above link totally failed to capture the creative dynamics of the album. They basically only play the rhythms or lead-ins, without showing how Byrne/Eno overlayed this with found voice tracks from a range of sources which they then repeated and manipulated in various eerie ways to merge with the instrumentation and build to some very engaging culminations.

CW... from what I know of you... you just HAVE to find this record... light up... and integrate your whole being with what these guys were doing over 20 years ago. Trust me.
Thanks for the headsup P4E, I will find it, rest-assured, man. Want a great, somewhat trippy song that I always have on loop?..Dream Operator from True Stories

P4E
05-24-2004, 06:30 PM
Thanks for the headsup P4E, I will find it, rest-assured, man. Want a great, somewhat trippy song that I always have on loop?..Dream Operator from True Stories
Know it well.:) I pretty much wore out my cassettes of True Stories and Little Creatures back in the 80's. Great to get you through time spent driving, or just starting to get a friday night going.

Peebs
05-24-2004, 06:52 PM
Neil Young-Harvest Moon (will be my wedding song if I ever get married)
Nirvana-Lithium
STP-Big Empty, I got you, Dead and Bloated
Foo Fighters-Everlong
Smashing Pumpkins-33
Pink Floyd-Time, Shine on you Crazy Diamond (part 1), Wish you were here, Have a cigar, Us and them
Lenny Kravitz-Can't get you off my mind, Believe, Are you gonna go my way
Bob Marley-Is this love, 3 little birds

And last but not least:
Frank Sinatra-Put your dreams away (that song STILL makes me cry)

CirclingWagons
05-24-2004, 10:23 PM
More:
Flaming Lips - Do You realize
Beatles - Rocky Raccoon, Blackbird, Let It Be
Weezer - No One Else, In the Garage

Muck
05-24-2004, 11:42 PM
Silverchair - Tomorrow
Offspring - Nitro (Hell, their entire first two albums are classic)
System Of A Down - Sugar
Matthew Sweet - Girlfriend
Fenix TX - All My Fault
Soundgarden - Fell On Black Days

:)

Dajesus
05-24-2004, 11:50 PM
P4E's post reminded me of what possibly is my Fav song ever:
Edgar Winter Band-Frankenstein

CirclingWagons
05-24-2004, 11:55 PM
damn..so many:

U2 - One, where the Streets have no name
Bronski Beat(obscure 80s band, be very surprised if anyone knows them) - Smalltown Boy

The Verve - We Were Merely Freshmen
RHCP - Under the bridge, soul to squeeze

CirclingWagons
05-24-2004, 11:58 PM
The Clash - London Calling, Train in Vain, Rock the casbah

BigFinFan
05-25-2004, 12:49 PM
The Clash - London Calling, Train in Vain, Rock the casbah

The shareef don't like it
Rockin' the Casbah
Rock the Casbah
The shareef don't like it
Rockin' the Casbah
Rock the Casbah

dolphan39
05-25-2004, 01:01 PM
Sublime - What I Got
Violent Femmes - Blister In The Sun
Buzzcocks - EVER FALLEN IN LOVE?
(for Ricky ;) ) Bob - One Love
No Doubt - Just A Girl

that's all I can think of now..

CirclingWagons
05-25-2004, 01:06 PM
Sublime - What I Got
Violent Femmes - Blister In The Sun
Buzzcocks - EVER FALLEN IN LOVE?
(for Ricky ;) ) Bob - One Love
No Doubt - Just A Girl

that's all I can think of now..
saw The violent Femmes at HFS last saturday...their drummer is sick :cool:

CirclingWagons
05-25-2004, 01:07 PM
The shareef don't like it
Rockin' the Casbah
Rock the Casbah
The shareef don't like it
Rockin' the Casbah
Rock the Casbah
by order of the prophet! :lol:

dolphan39
05-25-2004, 01:10 PM
saw The violent Femmes at HFS last saturday...their drummer is sick :cool:
I cannot keep track of all the bands that got back 2gether - r all 3 guys the original: bassist/multi-instrumentalist Brian Ritchie, drummer Victor De Lorenzo and singer/songwriter Gordon Gano ?

They were last show I saw many many moons ago

CirclingWagons
05-25-2004, 01:16 PM
I cannot keep track of all the bands that got back 2gether - r all 3 guys the original: bassist/multi-instrumentalist Brian Ritchie, drummer Victor De Lorenzo and singer/songwriter Gordon Gano ?

They were last show I saw many many moons ago
as far as I know it was them..those guys are older than I thought, that's for sure

P4E
05-25-2004, 04:32 PM
I cannot keep track of all the bands that got back 2gether - r all 3 guys the original: bassist/multi-instrumentalist Brian Ritchie, drummer Victor De Lorenzo and singer/songwriter Gordon Gano ?

They were last show I saw many many moons ago
If I had happened to become a dad on the day I last saw the violent femmes... my kid would be voting this year. :lol:

CirclingWagons
05-27-2004, 03:57 PM
Neil Young - Philadelphia, Keep on Rockin In the Free World
Peter Gabriel - Solsbury Hill, Family Snapshot, Mercy Street, San Jacinto, Shock the Monkey, In Your Eyes, Humdrum

Some 80's(can't think of the bands at this sec) - Take On Me, A Heart Needs a Second Chance, Silent Running, Take Me Home Tonight...cheesy i know :lol:
Scorpions - Wind of Change

Fresh
05-28-2004, 03:53 PM
I'm a 90% Down-South dude(I don't mind Lloyd Banks, X, Jadakiss, Jay-Z, Cam, or Mobb Deep)...but anything Snoop, Dre, Pac, or NWA did the thing for me back in the day. :up: