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150 posted 02-08-2003 06:16 PM       View Profile for Marshalzu   Email Marshalzu   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Marshalzu's Home Page   View IP for Marshalzu

I've kind of picked up a few new bands, The Polyphonic Spree, The Flaming Lips, The Vines (they really rocked at Leeds 02). Zwan are cool but I've only managed to here one song (I think it's called "Honesty" please correct me if i'm wrong).
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151 posted 02-19-2003 10:26 AM       View Profile for Opeth   Email Opeth   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Opeth

Tool ~ Lateralus

~ An amazingly complex in its simplicity or simple in its complexity, powerful and brilliantly written cd.
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152 posted 02-19-2003 02:59 PM       View Profile for PoetryIsLife   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for PoetryIsLife

Go Tool, Go Tool.



"On the plains of Hesitation lie the blackend bones of countless millions, who, at the verge of victory, sat down to wait, and waiting - died."

  

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153 posted 02-19-2003 03:00 PM       View Profile for PoetryIsLife   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for PoetryIsLife

50 Cent

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154 posted 02-23-2003 07:34 AM       View Profile for abbe   Email abbe   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for abbe

music is good... all kinds.

but some of todays "pop" singers don't do it for me...(i.e. britney, christina... that genre)

but i have a broad taste in music, but really enjoy my old favs the most...

louis armstrong
ella fitzgerald
billie holiday
bb king
and too many to list...

but some days you just need some fun in your life... so there are the barenaked ladies and the pink stripes

and there's music that makes me say - whoa...
like -
jeff buckley (hallelujah... the best song ever recorded)
and leonard cohen
chris cornel

and, and, and

too many


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155 posted 02-23-2003 06:23 PM       View Profile for Dopey Dope   Email Dopey Dope   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Dopey Dope

311- flowing
get it or perish...

and

queens of the stone age- no one knows
get it...or...perish?
yeah!

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156 posted 02-24-2003 08:10 AM       View Profile for Opeth   Email Opeth   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Opeth


Dark Tranquillity ~ Damage Done


Metal with melody
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157 posted 02-24-2003 02:16 PM       View Profile for PoetryIsLife   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for PoetryIsLife

QOTSA

~Titus

"On the plains of Hesitation lie the blackend bones of countless millions, who, at the verge of victory, sat down to wait, and waiting - died."
    

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Switchfoot!

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159 posted 02-26-2003 06:50 AM       View Profile for That Playa TL   Email That Playa TL   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit That Playa TL's Home Page   View IP for That Playa TL

I like everything
rap - 2pac, nas, ms dynamite, snoop dogg
r&b - mary j. blige, alicia keys, mariah carey
rock - candlebox, meallica, pearl jam, creed
country - alabama, randy travis, hank williams jr., travis tritt
pop - alecia "pink" moore, linda perry (mainly as a writer/producer), christina a.'s newer stuff that was produced by linda perry and scott storch

...

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160 posted 03-04-2003 07:37 PM       View Profile for Dopey Dope   Email Dopey Dope   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Dopey Dope

incubus.....SCIENCE
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Abbe, how about the orginal version..ok Buckley has a much broader vocal range but no one can deliver a song like Lenny Cohen.

What else,
A perfect circle
Interpol
The pixies
The roots

When I am on a pedestal, you did not raise me there Your laws do not compel me to kneel grotesque and bare. Leonard Cohen


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In a completely random order:

Rammstein
Coal Chamber
Tori Amos
Black tape for a blue girl
VNV Nation
Sepultura
Fiona Apple
Early Slipknot
Early SOAD
Early Korn
Manson
Misfits
Dead Kennedys
Placebo
Suicide Commando (with thanks to brian )
Taproot
Violent New Breed
KMFDM

Ehh...that'll do.

"Write something, even if it's just a suicide note." -- Gore Vidal

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163 posted 03-09-2003 08:11 AM       View Profile for Bec   Email Bec   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Bec

Someone has probably already said this, but as far as I know, poets don't listen to a particular sort of music? I love and appreciate a huge range of music... country, jazz, classical, top 40, rock, alternative, 60s, 70s, 80s... the list goes on. It's all good for different reasons, so I guess it really depends on the mood you're in!

Bec

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This is me, being glad I missed the debates in the middle of this thing, because... Well, I'm painfully opinionated. Punk and industrial are also two things I've recently been studying, so it's good I got the chance to keep my mouth shut.

Anyway, this is currently what I own:

Age of Electric, Bauhaus, The Beach Boys, The Beatles, Bif Naked, Bikini Kill, The Birthday Party, Blue Rodeo, David Bowie, Michelle Branch, Kate Bush, Carnivore, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Christian Death, Leonard Cohen, The Cruxshadows, The Cult, The Cure, Delerium, Depeche Mode, Diary of Dreams, Econoline Crush, Faith & the Muse, Fields of the Nephilim, Great Big Sea, The Halo Friendlies, Darren Hayes, Hoobastank, Billy Idol, Killing Joke, Kittie, Avril Lavigne, Linkin Park, LiveonRelease, Madonna, Marilyn Manson, Sarah McLachlan, Mediaeval Baebes, Mephisto Walz, Mesh, Metallica, The Mission U.K, Modern English, Moist, Moonspell, Nine Inch Nails, Nirvana, Orff, Our Lady Peace, Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd, The Ramones, Razed in Black, Savage Garden, The Sex Pistols, Silverchair, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Sisters of Mercy, The Slits, The Smiths, Stabbing Westward, everything Jim Steinman has ever pretend to touch (which means solo career, Meat Loaf stuff, Bonnie Tyler stuff, Pandora's box stuff, etc.), System of a Down, Tapping the Vein, tATu, The Tea Party, Tegan and Sarah (they're from *my* city, and they've actually been heard of outside of it!), 30 Seconds to Mars, Tones on Tail, Type O Negative, U2, David Usher.

Think that about covers it.

So I've got... Bluegrass/country, Irish traditional, euro-dance, candy-alternative, pure rock, industrial, ethereal, shock-rock, techno, synth-pop, pure pop, goth, cybergoth (a small gasp away from industrial, really), punk, new wave, metal, folk-rock, grunge, symphonic rock ... etc. With heavy leanings toward mid-eastern sounds, and vicious attachments to artists from my own country.

And this is before we get into my unhealthy obsession with musicals.

Lori needs to lighten up! TOOOO many CDs. Need more. Heh. Especially need more female vocals.... Too many men! Eh. They're all cool.

remember the sound
that could wake the dead
but nobody woke up at all

rs

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i listen to a variety of styles, but focus mostly on rock derivatives of various sorts. some of my favorite music has been done by (classical) bach, beethoven, mozart, schubert, schnabel (classics) yes, zeppelin, beatles, stones, croce, james taylor, CSNY, simon & garfunkel, pink floyd, old aerosmith, black sabbath (modern) tool, deftones, system of a down, converge, every time i die, curl up and die, between the buried and me (detecting a motif, are we?), the dillinger escape plan, coalesce, godflesh, radiohead, ministry, alice in chains, soundgarden, pearl jam, nirvana, days of the new (particularly their 2nd album) tori amos, sarah maclachlan, ani difranco, patti griffin, aimee mann, astral projection, juno reactor, the ramones (i know, not THAT new) (meditative) jeffery thompson, paul avgerinos, tony scott. there are bazillions more, but those came to mind, and are not meant to fall in any particular order of preference, though i'm going to say converge (kind of a hardcore/metalcore band) is probably my single favorite at the moment. i play and write music, mostly in the solo acoustic singer/songwriter vein, drawing influences from everything i've ever heard and liked. i'm working on a kind of convergence of celtic/bluegrass/mathcore at present, but it's slow going.
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The following are my 5 favorite artists, from my #1 favorite to #5 favorite:



#1!!!

Shakira: She is by far my favorite because never have I known an artist with so much grace and charisma in her! She writes her own songs, lyrics, produces her material, not to mention never is afraid to share her opinions. Also, her heritage is amazing; she adopted belly-dancing from her Lebanese background and her rock style from listening to rock and roll while growing up in Colombia! She is incredible!



#2



#3



#4



#5

Other than that, I love all kinds of music, especially classic rock, Latin, and world sounds. Yay!!!

Love,
Noah Eaton















"Underneath your clothes there's an endless story..."

Shakira

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Norah Jones, Macey Gray, Tracey Chapman, Chet Barker, Alicia Keys, Sade, Sting, Rod Stewart, oh too many!
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Nevermore ~ Dreaming Neon Black


[Meet me in the dreamtime water, drown
Shifting shaping currents flow in memory

swim through me

Meet me in the drowning pool of tears
And wash away my innocence and fear...]
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Extreme ~ Three Sides To Every Story

Isn't that the truth.

"Politi-ca-politi-ca-politi-ca-lamity!"
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I listen to, literally, all of it...
There is just so much good music out there that if you don't listen to it all, you will miss something. And I am inspired differently by each style.
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Evanesence!

The Benjaman Gate!

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Willie Nelson - On top of my list.
Michael Bolton - The critics pull him apart, but he's on my list. Love his CD 'My Secret Passion"
The Three Tenors.
Native American Flute music.
Glenn Yarbrough - especially his 'Divine Love' CD
Never liked the Beatles very much, in the 60's I preferred The Dave Clark Five.
Humphrey Littleton and his Traditional Jazz.
Lou Rawls.
Julie London.
Soft Classical
Andre Rieu - violin.
Never much of an Elvis fan, but as I have gotten older appreciate him more.
Queen - thought Freddie Mercury was great.
BUT I just love most music and my mood governs my choices.
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173 posted 03-27-2003 05:30 PM       View Profile for brian madden   Email brian madden   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for brian madden

just discovered the genius of Soundgarden... had a few of their albums but never gave them much time until now...

"Aboard a shipwreck train, give my umbrella to the rain dogs For I am a rain dog, too" Tom Waits


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174 posted 03-27-2003 08:44 PM       View Profile for Tabitha LeAnn   Email Tabitha LeAnn   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Tabitha LeAnn

I listen to everything mostly:
eminem
50cent
dr. dre
snoop dogg
bach
motzart
brauhms
trisha yearwood
celeine dion
travis tritt
p.o.d
disturbed
rolling stones
and everything else!!!  
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