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Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148641] Sun, 08 July 2007 23:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
DNA from the Lowlands

 
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"contraversy or just plain b-ing"
What you're writing about should be called rant instead of rap, ghehe.

"not to mention I'm cooler than you talk"
If you mean those rap-battles, yeah there's something silly about that: degrading another will not make you any better.
Like: "The winner ... by overall wackness of his opponent ... MC-last standing"

But it's not all bad, really. There's so much origional wordplay.
Check the intro, that's the power of samples, nothing said.

Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148643] Sun, 08 July 2007 23:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Khor1255

 
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Well, one man's sheep guts is another man's haagus (or whatever) and yes I know they haagus isn't a Dutch dish.

I guess every generation goes through a complete disreguard for their parent's taste or rebellion against taste in general. I can't relate to any of that cRap just like my dad couldn't relate to Black Sabbath.

The difference to me is at least Sabbath wrote and played their own music not sampled others while talking some supposedly new idea.


Enough ranting for me about this.
Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148648] Mon, 09 July 2007 00:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Well, one man's sheep guts is another man's haagus (or whatever) and yes I know they haagus isn't a Dutch dish.

the correct term for the animal is haggis :/ , its a small 6 legged beastie that runs wild around the hills and mountains of scotland, oddly enough having one side of legs slightly longer than the other , to cope with the hillsides , you see ! as for cRAP i cant make out wtf theyre rappin about ?makes you wonder what kinda sounds we'll hear 10 / 20 years from now :sigh:


Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148650] Mon, 09 July 2007 00:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Khor1255

 
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Are you serious? Haggis is a six legged animal? Is it mammal or reptile or what?

Oy, I believe you are pulling my leg here.


I shudder to think what my son might be listening to. He was born last Saturday so by the time he starts asking for his own taste in music I sure hope it come full circle back to maybe tribal beats and chanting or something else that is at least music.
Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148672] Mon, 09 July 2007 07:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Sgt. Skeptic

 
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There is no such thing as a bad GENRE of music. ALL genres have a LARGE portion of CRAP artists. For every Led Zeppelin or Cream in rock & roll there are a thousand 'Bon Jovi's and 'Warrant's(and even worse) who, for whatever talents they may have, are(or were) churning out boring cliche crap.

Not all rap acts just take other people's music and rap over it(Sugar Hill Gang, considered forefathers of rap, played all the instruments on their albums, even the riff from LeChic's Good Times that appears on Rappers' Delight) but even disregarding that, rapping IS musicianship and lame-ass Envwei Malmstein cannot and could never rap effectively any better than Brotha' Lynch can play boring guitar solos. You may not like rap's focal instument(rythmic verbalization), just as I do not like the obo or the banjo but oh well.

Flavor Flav'(for all the ridicule he deserves for that stupid reality TV show) plays 11 different instruments including drums, piano, and guitar. Name ONE rock artist who does that off the top of your head.

It is fine to not like certain styles of music. Hell, I hate country, Polka, and most ska that I have heard but I would not write rants proclaiming that none of those genres are "real music" or some such.
Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148706] Mon, 09 July 2007 15:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Khor1255

 
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That might be your opinion (based most likely on the assumption that rap is some form of music) but I would group rap in with beat poetry at best. In fact, I'm sure all of the 'originality' of the entire genre of whatever you want to call it stems directly from this form and not something rooted in any musical tradition.

That said, I'm not trying to be disrespectful to those who find some entertainment from cRap. I don't like it but hey I'm a hard rock fan who doesn't really care for Van Halen or Guns and Roses (not to mention a slew of other cock rockers) so what do I know?

That record execs continue to call 80s era transvestite cock rockers Heavy Metal or rappers musicians is their bag. I don't have to believe it just because MTV says I should.
Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148735] Mon, 09 July 2007 17:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Well, the only thing related to rap which I like is that band named "Bodycount" (the first two albums).

About rap, I really don
Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148752] Mon, 09 July 2007 19:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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As fare as what I lissen to when playing JA2 ranges from 1960's music right up to 2000 music my mp3 files cover the beatles to Gwen Stefani with a long stop over in the 80's. I like to say there one band or song I like the most but there just so much great music out there I like most of it only thing I realy dont like (and no hate letters plz) is Rap it not realy my thing.


Wow I made one passing remark about how Rap is not my thing and it turns in to a talk on rap and haagus lol. :blah:
Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148756] Mon, 09 July 2007 19:40 Go to previous messageGo to next message
lockie

 
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Oy, I believe you are pulling my leg here.

as if ! Very Happy haggis is a feast for supper if you can catch 2 or 3 , one isnt enough . as for future , probably come full circle to GLAM ROCK aaarrrgh ,the sweet will rise again :shudder:


Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148763] Mon, 09 July 2007 20:42 Go to previous messageGo to next message
lockie

 
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this week , i be listening to YES , VAN DER GRAAF and RUSH . thankyou berry much .....


Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148819] Tue, 10 July 2007 02:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Sgt. Skeptic

 
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That RUSH has not yet been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame yet is one of those grave injustices we will have to endure for decades I fear.

Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148837] Tue, 10 July 2007 06:35 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Khor1255

 
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@ Lockie

I hope you don't burn me in effigy for saying that I actually like most of Desolation Boulevard from those UK proto tranny rockers. That is actually the kind of music that puts me in mind of games like this.


'Well it's Friday night and I need a fight
If she don't spread I'm gonna bust her head
The chick feels sad because her guy's been had
But what can we do when there's four of you'

Or

Out on the streets
That's what I said
Take it from me
You might be better off dead

Or

I lost control ah
Cause I got no soul ah


Etc. etc.

I went for years without listening to that stuff and it really hit me like a ton of bricks when I got reaquainted.


However, my mainstays are usually groups like Yes, King Crimson, Rush, very early Maiden (no dungeons and Dickensons please), Crack the Sky, etc.

For ja I often listen to bands like Mindfunk, Accept (pre Balls to the Wall), Angel Witch (first album and EPs only), etc. But Van Der Graff fits very well here too along with some Crimso.

@ Goth

I also don't feel like my opinion on the subject is any more valid than the next guy but there are some things Im afraid, I will never be able to develop an ear for. I kind of wish I could so that I could enjoy regular radio once in a while but you can only like what speaks to some part of you and you can only stretch the definition of music so far.
Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148893] Tue, 10 July 2007 15:16 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Will Gates

 
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Like any genre Rapp is 96% crapp but there are some notable exceptions. Bearing in mind it is all derivative from genuinely cool originator Gil Scott Heron "the revolution will not be televised" etc (which doesn't rhyme but does scan... much more important). Amongst the few good rapp trax I would count Enimen's "lose yourself"; Gangstar's "cause & effect"; NWA's "television"; Ruthless Rapp Assassins "justice just us"; "saigon" by persons unknown (i taped it off the John Peel show many moons ago)... even Tricky "hell is round the corner".

To light a blue touch paper and stand back I'd say generally speaking British & West-Indian rapp is gritty and realistic with view of the world; whilst American rapp is all about dissing the other guy, huge pointless gold chains and how many hos are in ya posse.

Bracing myself for a torrent of abuse..............

:blackcat:

Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148924] Tue, 10 July 2007 17:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Toy Dolls are great! They have, IMHO one of the best guitar players in the world. From your list of bands, I don
Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148941] Tue, 10 July 2007 18:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
lockie

 
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the only hos I got is in my garden watering grass :biglaugh:
just listened to new trouble cd , "simple mind condition" , dooomy riffs and mental pain ! just right for ja hehehe black sabs on downers .......


Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148942] Tue, 10 July 2007 18:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
lockie

 
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as for sweet , "guilty pleasures" , glamrock brickies c/w bums ... the image of the band was indeed a shocker , the music , well, wasnt too bad at all ,(on a fun night out! ) but dont dare bring up gary glitter :puke: if only he'd stayed outta kiddies clubs, oh dear .....


Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148992] Wed, 11 July 2007 01:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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i think i got an acceptable new "tensor".wav

the man with the harmonica by ennio morricone Smile
Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148995] Wed, 11 July 2007 01:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Sgt. Skeptic

 
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However, my mainstays are usually groups like Yes, King Crimson, Rush, very early Maiden (no dungeons and Dickensons please), Crack the Sky, etc.


Actually, while I prefer the Paul Diano Maiden stuff myself, Dickenson cannot really be charged with bringing dungeons & Dragons to Maiden as they never really went that route, pre or post Diano. They certainly got suckier though with each album after Killers. Number of the Beast was still pretty good but with Piece of Mind(and the coming of guitarist Nicko McBain) they seemed to trade in the subdued black leather look for the 'patchwork spandex' look and their songs took on a less ominous, cliche' and poppy quality.
But they didn't even seemed to hint at the D&D thing up until "Bring your daughter to the slaughter" and such crapola that pre-empted Dickenson's departure.

I will say that Dickenson's voice was simply not right IMO. To much "Check out TIS note!" belting and seemingly trying to show up other vocalists or something.

Paul Dianno was not afraid of subtlety.

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For ja I often listen to bands like Mindfunk,



There is a band you do not see mentioned often. Used to listen to them and Uncle Slam back in the day.


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Accept (pre Balls to the Wall),



UDO! Actually Balls to the Wall was the only song by them that I cared to listen to more than once but Udo's voice was pretty cool. I don't know if it is true but I remember reading that the song "London Leatherboys" was about Judas Priest/Rob Halford, which would be amusing since this was written LONG before anyone really seemed to know he was gay.



Back to the "Is Rap music?" topic only briefly, my friends as a teenager in the 80s were either punks or metalheads(and I mean hardcore Slayer/Metallica fanatics when no one had heard of either) but even WE/they like Ghettoboys(back when they had their first rap album) and all punks have always liked underground rap like Tricky, Brotha' Lynch, etc.). I would go sop far as to say that even Khor would have to try pretty damned hard not to like old Ghettoboys stuff. Has a lot in common with metal as far as lyrical content, attitude and even musical sensibility.

Is rap music? Most definitely and this is fact, not opinion. Banging on a plastic bucket with a wooden spoon while chanting is music. Is rap GOOD music? That is in the eye of the beholder/ear of the listener. My opinion is that, as Gates said above(and I before him) 96% of ALL music is crap. Rock, rap, country etc. But good rap(especially the hybrid stuff done by folks like Consolidated, Rage Against the Machine, Tricky, Urban Dance Squad etc.) is good music...IMO.
Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #148996] Wed, 11 July 2007 01:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Sgt. Skeptic

 
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To light a blue touch paper and stand back I'd say generally speaking British & West-Indian rapp is gritty and realistic with view of the world; whilst American rapp is all about dissing the other guy, huge pointless gold chains and how many hos are in ya posse.


I won't speak for whatever MTV and top 40 radio is pushing because I have not tuned in to either in many years but this characterization of American rap seems to come from watching 1980s rap videos(when everyone literally WAS only rapping about how weak everyone else was or how great he was). With the coming of Public Enemy(and to a lesser extent some of the stuff being done by Kool Moe D', KRS-ONE, NWA and even Sir Mix-a-lot(before he hit is big with that one song)) this all changed. Agree or not with these rappers' political/social views, they were expressing them effectively in song and in direct contrast to the standard "I am the greatest on the mic'!" crap.
Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #149014] Wed, 11 July 2007 07:53 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Khor1255

 
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The first problem in Maiden's lineup came slightly after their first album. Dennis Stratton (a brilliant blues rock player) apparently wanted the band to go in another direction but had to quit when they didn't. Although I don't agree with the direction he wanted for IM his departure was never really replaced.
Killers was just as good an album (in my opinion) as the first but maybe hinted at some of the cheese to come because a lot of people I know don't even count that one as a very good Maiden album.


When I first heard 'Run to the Hills' on the radio, I hated the vocals with all my heart. Not because they were necessarily bad but because someone was calling this Iron Maiden.


I learned to like it because the rest of the music (and in fact the vocals even) was really good. I also like some of 'Piece of Mind' although Clive Burr had been replaced on the drums by Nico McBrain and this was an insult to the music too great to ignore.
But the main thing was that Maiden was a really original band and when they 'sampled' more or less their To tame a Land riff for Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner on Powerslave it was just too much for me. I really didn't think they'd revisit something already done and the whole album was bullocks anyway so...


Dickenson is maybe a very good vocalist but fit with Maiden like a colostomy bag.


As for Accept, if you haven't heard their first album (second third and fourth are really good as well) you really haven't heard them. I have heard a lot of people talk about Rush who have never heard albums like Caress of Steel or Hemispheres and it's like we're talking about a different band.




Mindfunk.....................Dropped...nuff said



And I'm sorry, the day rap is really music is the same day that we lose all definitions for anything in favour of some pc appeasement. Just because it plays on your boom box don't make it music.


By the way, I feel the exact same way about Muzak and some of those people can really play.


The queers are polluting the soil.


Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #149072] Wed, 11 July 2007 18:44 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Sgt. Skeptic

 
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Again, I fully accept that you do not think rap is GOOD music. I cannot argue with that because taste is subjective. But to try and pull the 'No True Scotsman' fallacy and say it is not music at all and accuse the world of being "PC" by calling it music is silly. That is like me saying that Michael Bay's films are "Not even MOVIES! They are just action plays committed to celluloid!". The correct statement would be that Bay's films are not GOOD movies, not that they are not movies at all.

Re:Maiden

Ack! Nicko McBrain was the drummer replacing Burr. Been so long since I gave them a listen that it is hard to sort the Adrian Smiths from the McBrains. Seems like only Steve Harris and Dave Murray were constant.

Re: Rush

I was probably 9 or 10 years old when I first heard "Working man" on our local classic rock station but really did not get heavily into them until Moving Pictures(with the magnificent Tom Sawyer) was released. For some reason I tend to be less enthused about the songs that actual musicians praise so much, preferring the more ominous, simpler, catchy tunes but Peart's lyricism(to say nothing of his drumming) has always been top notch.
Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #149080] Wed, 11 July 2007 19:23 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Will Gates

 
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Ha ha. there you go I'm showing my age. My knowledge of Rap is an insect caught in Polish amber fixed forever like a snapshot in time. Humour helps... silly Dream Warriors "wash your face in my sink" just so damn catchy. I stopped listening around then and started going to raves instead. Trance dance & chance... couldn't play JA to it though.

Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #149085] Wed, 11 July 2007 19:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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just put on vinyl copy of caress , apart from think im going bald (too close to home Surprised ) really enjoyed necromancer ,gatefold sleeve ,lyrics you dont need glasses to see , happy days thanx dan.... :cheers:


Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #149416] Sat, 14 July 2007 17:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
DNA from the Lowlands

 
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"Bracing myself for a torrent of abuse.............."
That did trigger the "Brace Yo' Se'f !!"-sample in me.

AC/DC, a car just passed playing ThunderStruck: that guitar-pardon-loop is too darn catchy, had me humming along, 2 mins after.

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Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #149419] Sat, 14 July 2007 17:51 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Iron Maiden, a car just passed playing ThunderStruck


That's AC/DC who plays Thunderstruck. Those old farts can still hammer out the good stuff. http://www.thesmilies.com/smilies/party0007.gif[/image]


Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #149489] Sun, 15 July 2007 13:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
DNA from the Lowlands

 
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Whoops, that's semi-insulting to people who go-to-their-concerts.
...uhm as an excuse (and possible further insult) the voice of AC/DC's 'singer' could belong to any of those IronMaiden-CoverArt-LivingCorpses, hence my mistake Wink
(url=yutoob-AcesHigh) -> intro contains a 'FlyingCorpse'-pilot and an eerie Churchill-'sample'.

Dang IronMaiden-the-band looks like BonJovi/Europe, I thought IronMaiden were rougher.

Since I was at YouTube, my yesterday-routine came back:
"[...] The Thunder of GUNZ ..yeah.. tore me apart
... You bin (wait-for-it) THUNDERSTRUCK"

(Thinking it's the pause-before-'thunderstruck' that makes it so dang super)"

There's several things in their lyric, that I can vividly-match-to-Arulco.
Mmmh. if I don't snap out of this (ghehe) I might go searching for an Mp3.

Yeah it's allright, we're doing fine ...

edit: found the live-sound version

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Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #150597] Wed, 25 July 2007 00:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I use some movie themes of Stalone & Schwarzeneger films like First Blood (aka Rambo), Terminator, Running Man, etc.

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Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #151412] Wed, 01 August 2007 23:32 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Drowning Pool
The Punisher soundtrack
etc metal

And occasionally the song Panzerlied.. i imagine the mercs sitting around a bonfire and singing it after yet another hard day work, while drowning themselves in beer Very Happy

Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #151454] Thu, 02 August 2007 10:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Never listen to music when i play , i'd burn out my music collection in no time if i did . Cool
Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #151883] Sun, 05 August 2007 23:10 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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a few tenueously connected songs : sgt rock (is going to help me ) - xtc
tin soldier - small faces
( give my regards to ) sgt fury - sensational alex harvey band
generals and majors - xtc
one man army - our lady peace
sgt peppers lonely hearts club band
and ... your in the army now - status quo :smilingsoldier:


Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #152091] Tue, 07 August 2007 13:31 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I listen to metallica, queen, local blues bands, and (now that I have it), the Lord of the rings soundtrack!! Very Happy
Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #152133] Tue, 07 August 2007 20:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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this week i are mostly listenin to 60's songs......


Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #152251] Wed, 08 August 2007 14:41 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Ha ha. This week I am mostly eating acorns...

& listening to Sibelius and Prokofiev.

When I get into Mahler somebody come rescue me please.

:blackcat:

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Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #152291] Wed, 08 August 2007 21:39 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Jack Shit & the Skidmarks.....there canadian I think. Smile)))))))))


Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #152626] Sat, 11 August 2007 02:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Who you gonna call?

GHOSTBUSTERS!!!

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Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #154011] Wed, 22 August 2007 04:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Last Caress by the misfits always seems to get to me when i "raid" the shirt factory in Drassen... "i dont know what else to say, i killed a baby today"

my current playlist that i go through is:
Agent oranges cover of Seek and destroy
Helena- Misfits
Last Caress- Misfits
Keasbey Nights- Catch 22
Point Counterpoint- Streetlight Manifesto
Hand of Doom- Manowar
War Pigs- needs no band name
Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #156578] Mon, 10 September 2007 18:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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From what I
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Last night i was attacking Tixa under the cover of drakness and i decided to put on Hans Zimmer's "Rock House Jail" from the OST of "The Rock".

It was :bluecool:
Re: MUSIC YOU LISTEN WHEN PLAYING JA2[message #166563] Tue, 04 December 2007 14:42 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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i got a special winamp playlist for JA2 with tracks that are action-fitting but not too much distracting - mostly a combination of techno, drum'n'bass, hardcore and punk tracks, with some movie/games music soundtracks as well, eg from John Carpenter's movies (Assault on Precinct 13, The Thing,..)... Smile
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Tools of the Trade - Smif'n'Wessun (? how come, I forgot about that one)

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[...]
My first love was a deuce-deuce, nice an slim.
tucked in my Chuckerboots what a priceless gem.
When I took 'r out to the clubs: we got right in.
She kept me safe, even held me down in fights with men.
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