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Re: Recommended Music

Postby dandyvampgirl_13 » Sat Feb 28, 2009 1:38 am

Oh, I've already stolen like half your pics of Trav... they're magical. How the CRAP do you get that close, and still take good pics?!?!?!

Forgive Durden is awesome. Razia's Shadow is a musical, though, so you have to like that sort of thing, but when you listen to the story line behind it, its beautiful. The End And The Beginning makes me cry almost. *sighs* Can't wait till my school puts it on...

Got The Morning Light from Rhapsody, too.... Need Sing It Loud and Hit The Lights... have to check out GWG...
And I have a serious thing for Don't Trust Me- 3!OH3. its hillarious. Course, its the only song of theirs I have.... maybe I'll get the other ones, but they do swear a lot...
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Re: Recommended Music

Postby Bella_Cullen_13 » Sat Feb 28, 2009 1:54 am

There was no barriers at that venue, & I just sat & stood behind the amps most of the time (I moved after Alex DeLeon stepped on me haha)

Ohh. I dont think Id like them.
Can you send me The Morning Light? (some of my versions arent that good)

& Youd sooo love Sing It Loud.

Get Punk B!tch & Colorado Sunrise from 3OH!3
Some of Family Force 5 is good too, only if you really like 3OH!3 though.

The Dangerous Summer's okay too, Im really only in love with one song that Mr. Alex Gaskarth sings on - but Im learning to love them.

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Cash Cash
The Audition
Boys Will Be Boys
A Rocket To The Moon (I absolutely love him)
& Im also obsessed with Panic At The Disco because my friend provoked me.
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Re: Recommended Music

Postby ♥midnight_sun♥ » Sat Feb 28, 2009 1:49 pm

Air Supply! I have recently found out that I love their stuff thanks to ashel-13 on ff.net! Along with Queen and other 70's and 80's stuff. I usually only listen to 50's, 60's and stuff from today but, I listened to some of their stuff and its awesome!
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Re: Recommended Music

Postby navarre » Mon Mar 02, 2009 7:50 pm

If anyone wants excellent classical piano - I recommend Michele McLaughlin and Stephan Moccio.

Michele has beautiful Christmas music. "Christmas - Plain and Simple" is unreal. But her other stuff is just a lovely.

Otherwise, I grew up in the 70's and that entire decade of Rock-n-Roll was unmatchable as far as I'm concerned.
Blue Oyster Cult
Steely Dan
Deep Purple
Boston
Fleetwood Mac
Uriah Heep
Alice Cooper
Old Rolling Stones
The list goes on & on.
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Re: Recommended Music

Postby ♥midnight_sun♥ » Tue Mar 17, 2009 10:19 pm

If anyone likes My Chemical Romance then check out this band called I Am Ghost.

Just go to youtube and look them up. They're great!
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Re: Recommended Music

Postby bodysnatcher » Wed Mar 18, 2009 9:36 pm

REGINA SPEKTOR.

uh-mazing. her lyrics are so thoughtful, and they never mean what you think they do. Like her song "Us" sounds like a love song, but it's actually about immigration. If you're interested in Indie, Alternative, witty, meaningful, deep MUSIC, she's the first person I'd reccomend.
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Re: Recommended Music

Postby Bella_Cullen_13 » Wed Mar 18, 2009 9:42 pm

The Goodnight Anthem
Stereo Skyline
The Summer Set
Artist Vs Poet
Valencia
This Providence
Midtown (haha)
The Friday Night Boys
Evan Taubenfeld
Danger Radio
Boys Will Be Boys
The Audition
Mercy Mercedes
Nevershoutnever!
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Re: Recommended Music

Postby DunnerheartsTwilight » Thu Mar 19, 2009 9:42 am

Anything Marianas Trench
Prom Queen~Lil Wayne
Alwats~Sum 41
Africa~Karl Wolf
On A Boat~ The Lonely Island
1,2,3,4~ Plain White T's
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Re: Recommended Music

Postby Bella_Cullen_13 » Sat Mar 21, 2009 12:14 am

Nevershoutnever!
The Scene Aesthetic
Danger Radio
John Ohh's solo project(:
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Re: Recommended Music

Postby blasphemous_contessa » Sun Mar 22, 2009 9:41 pm

Anything by Blue October, Placebo or Fefe Dobson. Blue October and Placebo both have some mild drug allusions and Blue October cusses a bit, but not enough to distract from the overall feel of the song

If you can stand a little profanity and innuendo then PORCELAIN and the tramps, Mindless Self Indulgence.

And the Medic Droid if you like mindless noise to rock out to.

Some of my other favorites are Metro Station, All-American Rejects, Jack Off Jill, and Snake River Conspiracy.

Zeromancer is also really good, though it's a bit darker than the American rock that's popular right now. Rehab is also really good but they make drug refferences, sexual innuendo and cuss. So basically it's how clean do you want your music and how much can you put aside to just enjoy the song.

My friend is in LOVE with Hollywood Undead but I can barely stand them, I abhor rap with a passion.

Regina Spektor has a really wide vocal range, and fairly amusing songs. Head Automatica and Hey Monday are some of my other favorites. But Blue October is for me what Muse is for Stephenie
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That one's for Ianto. Risen Mitten, Life Knife, and that old classic...Stun Gun.
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