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Meeting Point for all Music Lovers. Let's discuss the music of the last decades. No matter if it's Techno, Metal, EDM, Soundtracks, Classic or Pop.
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  2. Hi there Wasnt expecting a music club on a mod site but here we are. I listen to all kind of music genre direction. From Ambient music to TripHop.
  3. To be specific here, by long I mean like an hour long, or at least close to it, not a single movement of a long piece, nor a shorter piece (as in some 15 minutes or so). My contribution would be Dvorak - New World Symphony, which I happen to be listening to right now. Another would be Rimsky-Korsakov Scheherazade (I like long pieces that manage to maintain their excitement). That said, feel free to suggest anything, I really just love classical.
  4. Hard question to answer though, there are so many great rock blues players out there. Jeff Healey, Mark Knopfler, Carlos Santana, Gary Moore, Buddy Guy, Kenny Wayne Shephard.................and me lol
  5. Have to be B.B. King for the old classic blues and Joe Bonamassa for the more modern blues. a little B. B. I worked up on my DAW. Don't Answer The Door.mp3
  6. EARFQUAKE, PUPPET and NEW MAGIC WAND are the best from the album in my opinion 😊
  7. i love this song by foreigner one of my fave power ballard
  8. hey-yo im reaper i love house and chillout music i do listen to classical that was inspired by fantasia and some stuff from argintina radio via tunin radio and j-pop
  9. mine from the doom movie odst the music was good even tho the move sucked best one was the first person shooter track the ony true part of the doom games
  10. Hello, How's Everyone Doing? I Listened to Mostly Everything, Excluding (most) country not my cup of tea.
  11. If you haven't sat through Digital-Dance you need to do yourself a favor, TRIAD RESEARCH Is pretty damn good and you're doing a disservice to yourself if you haven't listened to The Hotline Miami 2 Soundtrack VeKtroid is fantastic and blank banshee may be a staple of the genre...but you if you wanna push your boundaries, try. BLACK MOTH SUPER RAINBOW Skuzzy fuzzy and funky to boot...my start was Drippy Eye But Have to say my favorite right now is The Touch From Within If you want something even darker... try GRAVEBABIES.
  12. When you're be a DJ on New Year's Eve - Silvester party what would you play on this evening?
  13. There were some Supergroups in Music History :) Roy Orbison, George Harrison, Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne and Bob Dylan were in a Supergroup called. Traveling Wilburys Sparks and Franz Ferdiand founded the the Supergroup FFS Blizzard of Ozz Randy Rhoads (Quiet Riot) Ozzy Osbourne (Black Sabbath) Bob Daisley (Rainbow) and Lee Kerslake (Uriah Heap)
  14. I don't know about you, but I've always had a thing for those moments where a bunch of musicians who otherwise never play together, actually do, and some kind of magic ends up happening. It'll often happen in the context of a benefit or tribute show, and despite some of that not going entirely right sometimes, there are many times when the sheer weight of the moment and the odd combination of talent on the stage make for a performance that gives you goose bumps. A few examples 1. Tom Petty, Prince, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynne etc. - While My Guitar Gently Weeps (Ge
  15. Some Trance Hymns Push - Universal Nation Energy 52 - Cafe del Mar Lambda - Hold on Tight (Nalin & Kane Remix) Alya - Ayla (DJ Taucher Remix) Emmanuel Top - Acid Phase
  16. The Vegetable Orchestra (self-explanatory) Not so much without instruments but definitely worth checking into for weird, newly-invented instruments is the album Gravikords, Whirlies & Pyrophones compiled by Bart Hopkin.
  17. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Dani California (Hard drives and other mechanical items)
  18. Pink Floyd / David Gilmour One of these Days Comfortably Numb Shine on you crazy Diamond
  19. These are the best 70s guitar work so far. Something exceptional. 1. Eruption - Eddie Van Halen When tapping become famous. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sI7XiJgt0vY 2. Highway Star Solo - Deep Purple by Ritchie Blackmore Ritchie Blackmore and his classical-rock guitar solo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNQKf-JIPVI 3. Entre dos Aguas - Paco De Lucia Flamenco fingerstyle shredding. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2oyhlad64-s 4. Fly to the Rainbow - Scorpions by Uli Jon Roth Extraordi
  20. Queen made some Scores like Flash Gordon (Flash) or The Iron Eagle (One Vision), but their most popular Soundtrack was...
  21. Martin L. Gore - Counterfeit e.p. 1989 The Songwriter from Depeche Mode with some of his favorite Songs in the Sound of the 80s Depeche Mode - Coverversions. Compulsion - original from Joe Crow In a Manner of Speaking - original from Tuxedomoon Smile in the Crowd - original from Durutti Column Gone - original from Comsat Angels Never turn your Back on Mother earth - original from Sparks Motherless Child - traditional - arranged by Odetta
  22. hey, @farlibarcai, i was actually into the real retro and new-wavy B52s when i was a kid. :-) thanks for sharing. cheers.
  23. Vangelis The Blade Runner - Main Titles (1982) Klaus Doldinger - Das Boot - Suite (1981) James Horner - Star Trek - The Wrath of Khan - Mutara Nebula (1982) Alan Silvestri - Back to the Future Suite (1985-90)
  24. Two really amazing soundtracks, in my humble opinion, are The Truman Show, and an older movie called "Ravenous"...the latter selection because the music was so detracting from what was going on in certain scenes that it was...genius? You'd have to see it. EDIT: Ravenous https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-u8aRWd4nQE
  25. Pretty much like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDBbaGCCIhk
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