Discussion in 'Music' started by YODA, Apr 1, 2003.
We call ground and pound "going Nekrogoblin" in my club!
I bet noone survives!
Depeche Mode - Catching Up
An early Greatest Hits collection with a couple new tracks. New Life, See You, Master and Servant, Shake the Disease
Depeche Mode - Black Celebration
One their best. Stripped, New Dress, A Question of lust, Fly on the Windscreen
Punk was never my thing, but this band is featured in the issue of "Thrasher" that I just read. Yes, I do, in fact, read "Thrasher," but I'm a couple months behind. They sounded good in the article, so I thought I'd give them a try.
Check out Nujabes on youtube! Really chilled out music to relax to after training.
Simon & Garfunkel
Weird Al - "Foil"
Oh, come on, this is hilarious!
Mad Season - Above
Grunge supergroup featuring Layne Staley. A good CD. River of Deceit, Long Gone Days, I'm Above.
Madonna - The Immaculate Collection
Say what you will, her 1'st Cd is one of the best pop/dance records ever. Borderline, Lucky Star, Into the groove, Crazy for you.
No, man, not going to mock you at all. "Crazy for You" is one of the best love songs ever.
I just learned today that if you're listening to something via YouTube, you can get automatic repeating by replacing "youtube" with "youtuberepeat" in the address. :jawdrop: How cool is that! Now I can get pumped up with 15 minutes of continuous Superman theme song done in metal! :happy:
Varg - "Achtung"
In fact I pretty much have this song on loop!!! Training to this tonight!
Does anybody know the name of the soundtrack that's associated with a lot of the Nak Muay Nation videos (link below). I tried Shazam/SoundHound but they couldn't find it:
Depeche Mode - Music for the Masses
This record was my first introduction to DM way back when. loaded with hits and some of their most popular songs. Never let me down again, Strangelove, Nothing, Behind the wheel, The things you said.
Depeche Mode - 101(Disc 1)
Great live collection of hits. Behind the wheel, Strangelove, Stripped, Things you said.
Beethoven Sonata N° 14 'moonlight' Daniel Barenboim
Such a great performance...
Malo - Malo
Great early 70's latin rock/jazz. Features great classic song Suavecito, and Nena, Café, Just say Goodbye.
Manfred Mann's Earth Band - Best of
Not many could pull off covering Springsteen and Dylan. These guys did. Blinded by the light, Spirit in the night, For You, Quinn the eskimo, you angel you.
Depeche Mode - 101(disc 2)
2nd half of great live collection. Black Celebration, Nothing, People Are People, Master And Servant, Everything Counts.
"Peaches and Cream" by Snoop Dogg.
Awesome jam to dance to.
Guns N Rosessss
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