Musics ? What da ya like overhere ?

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i didn't pay for the Skrillex. ;)
and for some reason my mp3 player only likes to play one of the songs from it (i've had it on play-all/shuffle in the car lately), but it's a pretty good track.
so... yeah. i don't really know a lot of dubsteps, but i like a lot of what i've heard. the link i posted above was supposed to be a joke (a bad joke).
i'll have to check out this Rameses dude. is he from Egypt?

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NO IDEA. Probably. Everyone is from Egypt.

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oh! @BscotchSeth? DUDE. so that song Earth Calls reminded me of this youtube video i saw a while back which i found pretty freaking mesmerizing. i went through a pretty extensive round of googlin' to find who did that song. looks like it's somebody named Blackmill. i thought you might dig it too.

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Aw yeah, I'm a fan of that song. Good find!

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Thought I'd share my most recent workdayrepeat song. CHECK IT : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqA4AjDCVNM

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I've got one song I'd like to share: A little bit longer by Florent Dorin. Kinda sad but pretty sweet.

This guy's is known in France (by a somewhat geek-ish part of the population) for being "Le Visiteur du Futur" in the web series "Le Visiteur du Futur" (What a coincidence). It's somewhat nice and you have English subtitles on their Youtube channel if you ever are interested.

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I dig that. Folk music will always live on; even when the cockroaches take over there will be a dude playing guitar and blowing into a harmonica in the slave lines. It's a pure form of music; no bells and whistles, just honest lyrics and an honest performance. I've got a few folk folks that I like:

M Ward has an old timey sound and his songs can get repetitive because of that, but I still like his style.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ToEPFDIzhNA

Damien Rice has a great album called "O". I don't care too much for his newer stuff but this album is real raw, mostly tracked live.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=uj21oODGpEU

Lastly if if you want to get super depressed listen to Elliot Smith. Dude stabbed himself IN THE HEART and commuted suicide (there's still some skepticism on exactly what happened there), but he left a number of good albums of you can get past his voice. It's kind of a love it or hate it thing.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hPD-a1FjUtU

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Well my music taste ranges from various rock genres including many bands mentioned above, orchestal (less classics but rather mainly trailer, film and some video game music) and I also really enjoy swing revival bands like the Big Bad Voodoo Daddy and Squirrel Nut Zippers and well I like a lot of other stuff too.
But the band that is currently really doing it for me is Streetlight Manifesto which play incredible Ska punk. If you like fast rock music and also like jazz influenced music you should definitly check them out:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dc0gsKXC8XA&feature=player_detailpage

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It's a bit off topic (but not worth creating another one)
If anyone is ever going to the Hellfest, let me know!
In case you didn't know, it's a freakin' huge metal/hard rock festival that takes place in France and you have a lot of notorious bands!

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Here is my YT playlist - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-Ojf0wY3BSZ2jrMwZuAkUAPaOxkCjoY-. It's basically almost everything.

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