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Bearing in mind that I generally don't like things of the rock ilk, I actually found that quite good to listen to.
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Alright, I'll add a few song I like:

Aphex Twin - Xtal
Autechre - Piezo
Boards of Canada - Alpha and Omega
Erik Satie - Gnossiene 1
Nick Drake - Pink Moon
Rachmaninoff - Prelude op.23 no. 5
Squarpusher - Beep Street

Gnossienes 1 through 5 by Satie are worth listening to, in my opinion, as well as the Gymnopedies.
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$lave wrote:Alright, I'll add a few song I like:

Aphex Twin - Xtal
Autechre - Piezo
Boards of Canada - Alpha and Omega
Erik Satie - Gnossiene 1
Nick Drake - Pink Moon
Rachmaninoff - Prelude op.23 no. 5
Squarpusher - Beep Street

Gnossienes 1 through 5 by Satie are worth listening to, in my opinion, as well as the Gymnopedies.
Wow. Gnossienes is really good. I'm glad you introduced it because that kind of semi-baroque stuff is wonderful to listen to while studying or concentrating and I've been in need of some better quality stuff like that.
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Lh wrote:[Satie] ... semi-baroque
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Treellama wrote::C
Damnit, was my bleater ignorance showing again?
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Lh wrote:Damnit, was my bleater ignorance showing again?
As far as I know, Satie would be more closely related to late romanticism, which you may have been confusing with boroque music. Even then I don't think Satie could really be considered to be romantic, though.
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Here's a really good song by Rapture. Finnish metal band. Not really that heavy though. No death growls, so those of you that can't stand most death metal should be able to tolerate it at least.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNBdTsMEHtA
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Horkeldorf wrote:Here's a really good song by Rapture. Finnish metal band. Not really that heavy though. No death growls, so those of you that can't stand most death metal should be able to tolerate it at least.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lNBdTsMEHtA
Awesome. Please post some music with death growls.
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I listened to this song almost non stop yesterday. Addictve rhytm.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGLMKQpsJqs
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Preparation's Kids choir, by none other than P73. Crazy song; electronica with some rap beat influence mixed with absolute insanity.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kMDtZqto9HA
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Weird and very repetitive, although I can't get it out of my head...
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Goran wrote:Awesome. Please post some music with death growls.

If it's music with death growls you want...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ug--pwMjnWE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjMCS-B8V3o
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Goran wrote:Awesome. Please post some music with death growls.
screamingfool wrote:this song is the only thing that makes life bearable;
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also;
Diamanda Galás-1:40-2:08 she shows off her 5 octave range
Tanya Tagaq-not the best example of her stuff "Auk/Blood" is a pretty good album on the whole
Maja Ratkje-some of the noises she makes sound like death
Sleepytime Gorilla Museum-less death more metal
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The Sleepy Time Gorilla Museum song is pretty cool!
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*shudder*
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Nice song. This is the kind of stuff my dad listens to when he drives.
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Got two sweet songs, one fairly normal, one wierd.
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Nice one!

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thats is a really good one, i first heard it when metallica used it as intro for one of their live plays.
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Yeah, I read somewhere they use it as opening music for most of their live play. Never been to a Metallica performance to check that though...
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here it is if ye wanna hear it
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zm7EeuWnc-8
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