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0 posted 12-16-2003 05:03 AM       View Profile for Obscurity   Email Obscurity   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Obscurity

Howdy, just wondering everyones favorite musical pieces ranging from my love for metal, to others love for classical, and other ranges of music

Agalloch - I Am The Wooden Doors
Amon Amarth - Friends Of The Suncross
Dissection - Into Infinite Obscurity
Ebony Tears - Nectars Of Eden
Gates Of Ishtar - Perpetual Dawn
Kalmah - Black Roija
Malevolent Creation - Nocturnal Overlord
Naglfar - Enslave The Astral Fortress
Naglfar - Sunless Dawn
Rotting Christ - Sorrowfull Farewell
Vehemence - Kill For God

Isaac Albeniz - Austrius (Leyenda)
Leo Brouwer - Una De November
Ludwig V. Beethoven - Fur Elise
Ludwig V. Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata (1st & 3rd Movements)
Sebastian Bach - Air On G String

Now what are your favorite musical songs/pieces?   Just thought I'd start this thread to gain individuals views on music, helps me understand others better  

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1 posted 12-16-2003 07:06 PM       View Profile for skyshine   Email skyshine   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit skyshine's Home Page   View IP for skyshine

I'll have to think on this one....I'll be back.


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From the top-o-me-noggin...


Opeth ~ My Arms Your Hearse

Dream Theater ~ Scenes From A Memory

Agalloch ~ The Mantle

My Dying Bride - The Dreadful Hours

ISIS ~ Oceanic

Tool ~ Lateralus (The title track's finale
is something to hear and appreciate!)

Savatage ~ The Wake of Magellan

Extreme ~ Three Sides to Every Story

Pain of Salvation ~ One Hour by the Concrete Lake

Fates Warning ~ Disconnected

Paw ~ Death to Traitors

Maudlin of the Well ~ Bath

Dark Tranquility ~ Projector

King's X ~ Tape Head

Slayer ~ Seasons in the Abyss

Iron Maiden ~ The Number of the Beast

Anathema ~ A Bleak Garden to cry...

Nevermore ~ Dreaming Neon Black

Symphony X ~ V


Spock's Beard ~ V

RadioHead ~ The Bends

The Moody Blues ~ In Search of the Lost Chord

Pink Floyd ~ Animals

Deep Purple ~ Machine Head

ELP ~ Brain Salad Surgery

How could I forget the great Jethro Tull? Now don't Wind-up your God on Sundays!


Jesus Christ Superstar

The Music Man Soundtrack

The Scrooge Soundtrack (1970 with Albert Finney)


Al Green ~ Still in Love with You

Marvin Gaye ~ Heard it Through the Grapevine

The Temptations ~ Almost anything by these Motown "giants" Gotta love... I can turn the gray sky blue, I can make it rain whenever I want to...oooh, I can build a castle from a single grain of sand...I can make ships sail on dry land

Yeah, you know it...I Can't Get Next To You Quite possibley one of the greatest songs ever recorded.

The Cornelious Brothers ~ It's Too Late To Turn Back Now...


Tchaikovsky and then more of Peter...

Symphony 6 - 1st and 3rd movements esp
Symphony 5 - 1st and 4th movements esp
Symphony 4 - 3rd and 4th movements esp
The Nutcracker Suite
Romeo & Juliet Fantasy Overture
1812 Overture

Beethoven's Symphony #3 - The Heroic! And of course his 9th and 5th

Mahler's Symphony #1 ~ The Titan!

Rachmaninoff's Symphony #2

Sibelius' Symphony #2

Borodin's Across the Steppes of Central Asia

Shostskovich's Symphony #11, I believe the New Year Symphony. I can't find it on cd.

Berlioz's Symphony Fantastic!

Franck's only Symphony (in D Major I believe)...if you ever watched the smurfs, you know of the music from this one.

Dvorak's New World Symphony

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I guess I may as well share...

Metal (By album, considering.)

Emperor - Every album has been genius.
Deicide - "Legion" "Serpents of the Light", and "Once Upon the Cross"
Lord Belial - "Enter the Moonlight Gate"
Darkane - "Rusted Angel" and "Insanity"
Death - All genius, no arguements.
Vintersorg - See above.
Borknagar - Again, see above.
Cradle of Filth - "Dusk and Her Embrace"
Dimmu Borgir - All of their songs/albums are good, but I especially like the past couple with the clean vocals provided by Vortex, originally of Borknagar.
Covenant - Their first album (before changing their name, slightly, to Kovenant) was brilliant (but simplistic).

Of course, I must mention Slayer, Cannibal Corpse, Morbid Angel, Opeth, and Seibenburgen.. There's so many more..


Anything and everything; Bach, Beethoven, and Chopin. I really, really dig Sergei Prokofiev's "Romeo and Juliet", and Wagner.. well, you know.
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