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#1 Old 08-09-2015, 06:46 AM
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Your Top 3 Most Played Songs

What 3 songs do you listen to the most frequently?

(If you have iTunes you can sort by "Plays".)


MY TOP 3:
Hot Like Dimes by Pretty Lights
Clockwork by Autopilot Off
Map of the Problematique
by Muse
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#2 Old 08-09-2015, 11:07 AM
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More of an album listener than a track listener. But these three I put on a lot.

**** Buttons - Tarot Sport (I find this album super exhilarating, I end up hurting my ears. Neat vid here:
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Solar Fields - Jupiter Sessions (part 1)
Fat Freddys Drop - Dr. Boondigga & the BW

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#3 Old 08-09-2015, 12:43 PM
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all haydn, these 4:

Piano Concerto in F Major, Hob.XVIII:F1

Piano Concerto in G Major, Hob.XVIII:4

Piano Concerto in G Major, Hob.XVIII:9

Piano Concerto in D Major, Hob.XVIII:11
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#4 Old 08-09-2015, 04:13 PM
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1) Rihannon - Fleetwood Mac
2) My Silver Lining - First Aid Kit
3) New Shoes - Paolo Nutini

I saw all these guys at a festival last month and obviously since then i've been playing their songs on repeat non stop :P
If you haven't listened to these songs before you should definitely check them out
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Dear Future Husband
Honey I'm Good
Count on Me


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"The Ghost in You", by the Psychedelic Furs

"Kiss Them For Me", by Siouxsie and the Banshees

"Here's Where the Story Ends", by The Sundays


The wonderful 80s, when even straight guys could have beautiful hair and makeup


(Siouxsie Sioux and Budgie):


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The wonderful 80s, when even straight guys could have beautiful hair and makeup
We call that Visual Kei now:



MY TOP 6:
This Love, This Hate (Nightcore Remix) by Hollywood Undead (Remixed by Silent Suicide)
Houdini by Foster The People
All The Right Moves
by OneRepublic

I've got a weird system for organizing my music. My Library is usually sorted by "Date Added" and songs I've got the physical album for I don't keep in my Library because I like them too much to replay to the point of annoyance. So when I feel like looking back on my favorite songs, I can put the album on and enjoy them all over again since I haven't listened them in a while. My Top songs would be very different if I included those.
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We call that Visual Kei now:



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Asian guys can really do the androgyny thing. Gorgeous.

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Specific recommendations for a healthy diet include: eating more fruit, vegetables, legumes, nuts and grains; cutting down on salt, sugar and fats. It is also advisable to choose unsaturated fats, instead of saturated fats and towards the elimination of trans-fatty acids."
- United Nations' World Health Organization
http://www.who.int/topics/diet/en/
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Great thread idea!

Here's the 3 I've been listening to most recently:


https://youtu.be/dyE2MLq24OE

https://youtu.be/WCthR4llC4w

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Asian guys can really do the androgyny thing. Gorgeous.
It's by no means unique to Asia. I'm just pleased to see it become a thing at all. The more androgyny catches on, the less we're likely to fall into the trappings of gender stereotypes (but that's a different thread).

For now, see if you can guess the genders appearing in this video:


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Gotta give 'em credit. For all guys, they look good. And sound good.


MY TOP 9:
Witchcraft (Nightcore Remix)
by Pendulum (Remixed by Silent Suicide)
Radioactive by Imagine Dragons
Monday (Glitch Mob Remix) by Napela (Remixed by The Glitch Mob)
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It's by no means unique to Asia. I'm just pleased to see it become a thing at all. The more androgyny catches on, the less we're likely to fall into the trappings of gender stereotypes (but that's a different thread).

For now, see if you can guess the genders appearing in this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZr46JcwuE8

Spoiler
Gotta give 'em credit. For all guys, they look good. And sound good.


MY TOP 9:
Witchcraft (Nightcore Remix)
by Pendulum (Remixed by Silent Suicide)
Radioactive by Imagine Dragons
Monday (Glitch Mob Remix) by Napela (Remixed by The Glitch Mob)



All guys? Wow, I wouldn't have guessed it. Anyway, they look fantastic and sound great, for sure.

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Specific recommendations for a healthy diet include: eating more fruit, vegetables, legumes, nuts and grains; cutting down on salt, sugar and fats. It is also advisable to choose unsaturated fats, instead of saturated fats and towards the elimination of trans-fatty acids."
- United Nations' World Health Organization
http://www.who.int/topics/diet/en/
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These are my Top Played Songs on iTunes.

Righteous Minds
Shimmy Shimmy Ya
Knowledge God
Meek Mill
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Hmmm... REALLY hard for me to narrow it down. In the past I've tended to overplay pieces when i first get infatuated with them, and then I tend to lose interest. I really try not to do that now, and I make an effort to get back to old favorites. But if I had to narrow it down:....

1) Brahms- Symphony #4. I've loved it since I first heard it in an introductory music appreciation class (back in 1970!!!) Overall, it's rather dark and dramatic, but NOT TRAGIC. By turns, it's brooding/mysterious, almost violent, idyllic, boisterously playful, and finally dark again. And I can just lose myself in the orchestration.

2) Randall Thompson- Symphony #2. This is more modern, written in the mid-1900s(?) Overall, it's a lot more energetic and exciting than Brahms'. Its second movement/section is slow- BEAUTIFUL melody, harmony, and orchestration. The ending is almost cinematic... you might be thinking, "Aww, I'm kinda sad it's over, but... WOW! WHAT AN ENDING!!"

3) Grrr. Do I have to pick just one other?... Maybe "Trail Of Broken Hearts", by k.d. lang... or "Kashmir", by Led Zeppelin... or "So Very Hard To Go", by Tower Of Power.

Phooey. I'll just go with the last 3. This thread did ask for "songs", and the first two don't really qualify, although Brahms (and Thompson too, I think) did write songs... or, at least, took text written by someone else and set it to music.

Peasant (1963-1972) and Fluffy (1970s?-1982- I think of you as 'Ambrose' now)- Your spirits outshone some humans I have known. Be happy forever.

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