Your favorite song?

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  1. Mvjhoda

    Mvjhoda Thread Starter New Member

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    Can you put your favorite song here?

    I have two:

    Lady GaGa - Poker Face

    U Can't Touch This - MC Hammer
     
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  2. JoeJester

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    I don't have a favorite ... however ... on my mp3 player, for my aural delight, has this playlist ...

    Black Eyed Peas - I got a feeling
    Kid Rock - All Summer Long
    Charlie Daniels Band - Drinkin' my baby goodbye
    Aaron Tippin - Where the stars and stripes and the eagles fly
    Brad Paisley - We danced
    Chris Cagle - I breathe in, I breathe out
    Chris Ledoux - Whatcha gonna do with a cowboy
    Gretchen Wilson - All Jacked up
    Kid Rock - Roll on
    Nena - 99 Red Ballons
    Van Morrison - Brown Eyed Girl
    Vaire - I've had the time of my life
    John Michael Montgomery - Sold
    Edie Brickell - Good Times

    I don't have any absolute favorites.
     
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  4. bertus

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    Hello,

    A lot of suggestions where made in this thread:
    music scheme

    Bertus
     
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  5. loosewire

    loosewire Senior Member

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    @ Joe,I got a feeling,make me move.You have to listen to the music.
    It's part of every good feeling. You have some good selections,where
    the Yellow Rose Of Texas.
     
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  7. Georacer

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    Black Eyed Peas are my favourite pop band by far.
    I still enjoy Cranberries and Stranglers alot too.

    Benny Benassi and Moby can set your mood very easilly, though.
     
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  8. JoeJester

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    Loosewire,

    When I played the peas during a pool game two weeks ago, a 20 something member of the team asked if I played it. I guess a 58 year old can't enjoy the video or the music of the peas. I know of another older pool player ... probably in his 70s that taps his feet when he hears the peas on the box.

    I told the 20 something person that his profiling techniques need updating, cause it failed him.

    Edie Brickell is probably better known for her video (good times) on the window 95 CDs ... used to showcase windows media player. That long legged Texan can sing. She's married to Paul Simon. There are people who carried that video through every OS they had ... as did I. And here's Edie ... [​IMG]
     
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  9. loosewire

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    @ Joe, you are my kind of guy,knowing how to hear all the music,
    If you know what I mean.
     
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    search this one:
    rocked by rape - evolution control committy
    and
    lotion - greenskeepers
     
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  11. praondevou

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    first time i've seen the term "collar bomb".. WTF. and someone engineered that.
     
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  12. KatieL

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    My current running playlist?

    Rolling in the Deep - Adele
    Effington - Ben Folds
    Brighter than Sunshine - Aqualung
    Champagne Supernova - Oasis
    Don't Let Me Fall - Lenka
    Go do - Jonsi
    Stand Up - Flobots
    New Soul - Yael Naim
    The Distance - Cake

    Hmmm. There is no continuity to my music taste.
     
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  13. R!f@@

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    I like everything that can is easy to listen
     
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  14. loosewire

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    The 1812 Overture, Black eyed Peas,Mama Don't let Her Do It- no continuity
     
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  15. praondevou

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    Difficult. There are so many of them.

    Today it's Bezerra da Silva - A semente
    Yesterday it was Satyricon - K.I.N.G
    The day before it was Ravi Shankar - All of them :)
     
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  16. JoeJester

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    I'm surprised no one mentioned Nine Inch Nails' singing Closer or Ana Voog singing Send me an angel.
     
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  17. happyganl

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    I listen Cranberries's <dreams> on my way to work
     
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  18. nerdegutta

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    Edvard Grieg - Anitras Dance (My alarm song on the cellphone, at 04:45!:eek:)
    Edvard Grieg - Morning Mood
    Chopin - Funeral March
    Tchaiovsky - 1812 Overture
    Iron Mainden - Journeyman
    The Black eyed peas - Shut up! (Did they break up recently?)

    Judas Priest, saw their concert in Oslo. :D
    Alice Cooper, played as a support/warm up band for Iron Maiden, in Oslo.:D
    MotorHead, going to their concert 05.12.11.

    ... and I might go to Ramstein in February 2012.

    And occasionally Dimmu Borgir and Satyricon...

    The list is endless, with so much good music....
     
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  19. Georacer

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    Not as far as I know. Fergie had gone solo from 2006 to 2008 but she returned.
     
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  20. nerdegutta

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    Thought I heard on the radio that they were on a break. But it good they stay together. :)
     
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