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PostPosted: 31 Oct 2012, 10:15 
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dark side of the moon, such an incredibly flawless album
+1, listened yesterday) plus i'm finally starting to really appreciate the (not)old(est) albums like Obscured by Clouds and Atom Heart Mother :> so eeeeeeeeeeeeez one of the few best bands ever

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Yes, that's truly good music! I really like how they put jazzy elements in there, also in the album after that.


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PostPosted: 31 Oct 2012, 11:19 
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that's what real prog is) always doing the new

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ofc 80s king diamond everything else is obsolete. strong thrashy progressive death metal sound and immersive stories. that fucking laroque guy must be the most underrated guitar raper/shredder of all time

as for lyricless calm music theres has been plenty i have stumbled upon. plenty from 70s and before. even noname crap with few thousand jutjub views are great all the time. and you can find those songs endlessly, even got bored of searching for them

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rediscovered mr bungle, nat listened for about a year or so

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Some of my own music because I am fucking gay, yes, just say it, I don't give a fuck.
But this song Mutemath - Reset
Only heard this song by Mutemath, don't know if anything else is listeningable.

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Nothing wrong with listening to your own music, nothing wrong with being gay ;D

I listened to new world symphony by shuffle, was good!


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And for another horrifying classic: the four seasons by vivaldi, I never listened this more than a couple of times, and with this audio system here, I suddenly hear the fine basses coming through. Pretty good music actually.


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PostPosted: 9 Nov 2012, 09:06 
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Queen - Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy

20 times a day past few days, closely observing the text and the stuff being played. That music is so intelligent!


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PostPosted: 10 Nov 2012, 09:26 
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king crimson - in the court of the crimson king

where has this album been all my life?

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PostPosted: 10 Nov 2012, 10:24 
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PostPosted: 10 Nov 2012, 13:30 
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king crimson - in the court of the crimson king

where has this album been all my life?

best early prog rock album!

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PostPosted: 10 Nov 2012, 13:43 
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my composition portfolio.

60 minutes this semester, a big effort. :)

Music videos must be made...

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ye may be best, max for sure, depends on what's the border between early and not early ;) if '71 is early then tarkus and meddle ez better, i'm thinking that maybe even days of future passed better, and that's '67 :)

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early is before '72 i guess, because then "close to the edge" was released and is clearly the best since then.

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i've never valued Yes THAT much... my fav. is Keystudio anyway :D but close to the edge is great ofc

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this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psUbXLe0m0g
another band of gy!be cofounder, Efrim Menuck, who SINGS here :D
recommended to all post-rock and weird experimental music fans, especially gy!be fans! Lukazz, Chip, Xarthok!

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close to the edge best album forever

crimson king was good, but red kicks ass more imo

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larks' tongues and bible black please

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PostPosted: 11 Nov 2012, 03:28 
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crimson king was good, but red kicks ass more imo

agreed, i like red and the power to believe more

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call me maybe :oops: :D
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Two steps from hell - Ocean princess !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I recently rediscovered Roisin/Moloko and have been listen to her all the time.

Róisín Murphy - Overpowered
Moloko - The Time Is Now

I also have been listen to this:

Queen - I Want It All
Jessica- The Allman Brothers Band
Tool - Parabola

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Lamb of God album Wrath. Good stuff ye0


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Ulver - Silence Teaches You How To Sing [EP]
24 mins of gloomy, creepy, glitchy ambience. Just great.

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Pretty much only Kamelot's mega albums last 5 days: Karma, Epica, The Black Halo, Ghost Opera.

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Chris wrote:
I recently rediscovered Roisin/Moloko and have been listen to her all the time.

Róisín Murphy - Overpowered
Moloko - The Time Is Now

I also have been listen to this:

Queen - I Want It All
Jessica- The Allman Brothers Band
Tool - Parabola



I approve of this list :beer:

Brother showed me something pretty ok for introducing SOAD to him years ago: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... rIeWoysV2U

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PostPosted: 8 Dec 2012, 14:15 
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MZJj9EWptk very nice korean band

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I listen a lot to Mozart's requiem these days. We will perform it on the 4th of May this year and it will be this: awesome. Rex!


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PostPosted: 23 Feb 2013, 23:48 
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teajay wrote:
I listen a lot to Mozart's requiem these days. We will perform it on the 4th of May this year and it will be this: awesome. Rex!


REX!!!
REX!!!
REX!!!
REX TREMENDAE MAJESTATIS!!!

Man, Mozart's Requiem is one epic piece of perfection.

We preform one requiem annually. First year was Gabriel Fauré (whose requiem I'm using as a template for my own). Second year was Michael Haydn (the one in C minor). And this year it's Maurice Duruflé. lately I've listened quite a lot to the latter, and it's possibly one of the most beautiful things I've ever heard. Also, the final chord in the last movement is a major 9th... Crazy basterd!

Duruflé: Requiem (in F# mixolydian), op. 9 - IX. In Paradisum
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I'm listening to a lot of Elvis these days.

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We also perform one requiem each year, and last year we also did Fauré. We arrange this by ourselves, the university isn't much of a partner with us (just a tiny bit of money). I heard Duruflé twice before, but always found it boring. With an orchestra instead of with organ sounds less static though. Something to consider for next year. Don't know Haydn's, will give it a listen.


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teajay wrote:
We also perform one requiem each year, and last year we also did Fauré. We arrange this by ourselves, the university isn't much of a partner with us (just a tiny bit of money). I heard Duruflé twice before, but always found it boring. With an orchestra instead of with organ sounds less static though. Something to consider for next year. Don't know Haydn's, will give it a listen.


Duruflé isn't as exciting as Verdi, but that's also the point. The whole thing has very strange harmonies, and melodies. He chose to emphaise on the "eternal rest" part, so naturally it's quite peaceful. I thought it was a it boring at first too, but if you just relax and listen it's very beautiful.

When you listen to Haydn you will definetly hear things that are almost identical to Mozart. It seems very much like Mozart used Haydn as a template for his own requiem.

Fauré is the best requiem I've ever heard, listened a bit to that too lately. Sublime.

And then there's Genesis, who I've been listening even more to than usual because of my paper.
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Lots of Hidden Orchestra. Finding and enjoying much more elements in it, and I'm more and more convinced that it's perfect music.

Some Pohjolan Ilmari too.

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pawq got me into foxtrot, some next level album that.

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Oslo Nights anyone? :X

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Foxtrot is a masterpiece of astronomical dimenstions!

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I sure could go for some Popcorn now.

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Here's more Popcorn for you.

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Kiiwi wrote:
Chris wrote:
I recently rediscovered Roisin/Moloko and have been listen to her all the time.

Róisín Murphy - Overpowered
Moloko - The Time Is Now

I also have been listen to this:

Queen - I Want It All
Jessica- The Allman Brothers Band
Tool - Parabola



I approve of this list :beer:

Brother showed me something pretty ok for introducing SOAD to him years ago: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... rIeWoysV2U

Nice. Thanks :beer:

SOAD is only Toxicity for me TBH. There were few other songs from different albums like BYOB or Sugar, but I can't listen to them for too long, although I will probably play them today again. :D

Recently I listen to:

Pearl Jam and generally Kelly Slater Pro Surfer soundtrack Very good music to play in the background, while doing other stuff.
Kasabian
Besite Boys
Kill Bill Vol. 1 Soundtrack (Vol. 2 is a bit worse)
After watching one of FIA F1 reviews 2008 or 7 I rediscovered MUSE
Other F1 related song(The Chain), listen to around 3:00, one of my favourite guitar solos.
and more Pearl Jam :)
or this

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nice :)

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At the moment listening to polyphonic psalms on the radio. I think it's Sweelinck, but I do not really know.


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yeh, TJ! 18 posts to go. Use them wisely.

Listening to some beats & mixes, especially Ronald Jenkees :)

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the new steven wilson album!

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Lukazz wrote:
the new steven wilson album!

me too!!!!!!! going to the gig tomorrow <333333333

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C2C - Down the Road
This song got me. Again, again, again and again.

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Kedromelon - Let it glow
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