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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by Vault-Dweller, Jan 31, 2005.
Bush -- Glycerine
Evil Superstars - If you cry I'll go to hell
(Don't try to tell me anything about proper guitar playing. I play since I was 10 and I'm actually at a point where I'm able to realize what proper guitar playing is when I hear it...
And Jimmy Hendrix is god.)
Die Ärzte - Anti-Zombie (live)
Die Ärzte - Pro-Zombie (Geräusch)
After the whole "Ärzte"-talk: I wont join this shit and listen to something completly different
Farin Urlaub - Sumisu (Endlich Urlaub)
Tom Mcrae -- Draw down the stars
Elysian Fields - Barely Recognize You
Hendrix was ahead of his time, I will admit that.
The Postal Service - Such Great Heights
Letter Kills - Seven Months
Monty Python - Every Sperm is Sacred
(composed by David Howman & Andre Jacquemins, preformed by Michael Palin & Terry Jones)
I love to listen to this when being in a cheerful mood.
Arno -- Dans les yeux de ma mère
Hrm... thinking about it, everyone here is gonna have a pretty wide range of tastes if only because of all the various languages we've got working here... I'm assuming for the most part, people here listen to music in their own languages...
Boyz II Men - A Mi Me Va Bien
The Levellers -- Dog Train
NTM - Laisse Pas Traîner Ton Fils
Electric Funstuff - The Next Big Thing
Nope, even though I live in Poland, I very seldom listen to any Polish-spoken music. Of course there are a lot of Polish bands that sing (or more likely growl) in English, Vader for example.
I grew up listening to all kinds of metal and rock. I still do.
Listening to something "not English" seems very weird to me.
Megadeth - My Last Words
I'm German, but mostly listen to English music (as music aiming for an international market is usually English so it sells better), although much less in comparison to the average German.
The languages of music I listen to range from English, German, French and Norsk to various old or even ancient languages (Middle High German, Rotwelsh, Bretonian, Latin, ...), but I am not really all that picky as long as the music is good and doesn't get annoying fast.
Most German bands do English songs (either (almost) exclusively or as an addition to German songs) and I think that's true for most European bands -- maybe except for the French .
Only few bands do only German songs, although some bands don't do any German songs at all (despite being German).
Some of the bands I like are obvious exceptions, such as In Extremo who have done songs in countless living and dead western language, although I do actually listen to Kaizers Orchestra, a band from Norway, who only do Norsk music. (hit me if I got that wrong, Scandinavian countries -- and I use the term "Scandinavia" in a very liberal way here -- are all the same to me).
1995 is calling!
Heh. Sorry. Had to say it.
The Frontline - The Meaning
Raymond van het Groenewoud -- Twee meisjes