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What songs are you listening to? /III/

Kormak

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:P damn, I forgot how much I used to enjoy TBM. She reminds me of this ISFP I dated, neither of them are "aesthetic" or what guys would call hott, but there is a certain charisma that I find irresistable in women like that... she had a strong personality. :P hott.

 

Rebis

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:P damn, I forgot how much I used to enjoy TBM. She reminds me of this ISFP I dated, neither of them are "aesthetic" or what guys would call hott, but there is a certain charisma that I find irresistable in women like that... she had a strong personality. :P hott.

The good old personality doobers. There's a few in my work I'm honing in on.

Like it's quite uncommon for me to find a good female NT, or thinker that's mentally stimulating, it just be that way, so if they offer something to the palette that I'm not good with, and therefore feel the exchange is valuable, as you'd expect from introverted feelers, then I'm down for that. There's also an element of mysticism if they're shy, which makes them seem a lot more complex than what they actually are. Some quiet people just attract everyone's attention.
 

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They are incapable of making a track I dislike lmao. Even after all this time hehe.



XD this reminds me, forgot about Voltaire. Good stuff.

 

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@Rebis

Aye, let me take you back to the 90s for a moment (apologies for the quality of some of these - hard to find remastered versions)





 

Rebis

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@Rebis

Aye, let me take you back to the 90s for a moment (apologies for the quality of some of these - hard to find remastered versions)





Pixies Doolittle album is a favourite of mine! Bloody valentine, swirl and rise will be on the rotation today have to get new tunes.

that bloody valentine song is fantastic
 

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Pixies Doolittle album is a favourite of mine! Bloody valentine, swirl and rise will be on the rotation today have to get new tunes.
Mine too, I've played it to death, haha. Btw, you got me onto Sunflower Bean, their old stuff is really good! They definitely have the punk spirit in them.

To get an idea how amazing Ride were, check out this excellent recording from a live performance. To this day I'm still kicking myself for not ever getting to see them live :/

 

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Liking them so far!

Everytime I do a loopback to the 90s Aphex twin gets revisited, I could get stuck in a loop of Xtal for a long, long time. You have to love the punk attitude
 

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For you Scandinavians out there. Everyone else should feel deeply deprived.
For you non-norse plebs:
And specifically for my dear Irish friend, whom I feel obligated to wean off (S)hit music (sensory, shit, hit) music. I'm looking at you, @Rebis @Polaris I see you've got my back in this. Keep hitting him with that old school stuff
 

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@Rebis Eggcellent! Show those stuck up royalists who's the boss! Introduce them to that red right hand!
Do diaspora Irish count?
 

Rebis

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@Rebis Eggcellent! Show those stuck up royalists who's the boss! Introduce them to that red right hand!
Do diaspora Irish count?
We're fond of dropkick murphy that's for sure, though it's mainly wolfe tonnes.

I've been liking these local guys, granted it's modern irish culture:


And of course, the eccentric lecturers in limerick that wear bags on their head:

 

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Are they speaking Afrikaans? :P I like the sound. Reminds me vaguely of this
 

Kormak

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XD I forgot this even existed. Its like finding 100$ in my dirty sticky underware.

 

Rebis

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I just took a poop to mozart

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been listening to the classics lately; stuff I listened to when I was a teenager. Nostalgic feel

 

Kormak

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I like TBM way too much...

 

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Heard this the other day and thought it was an amazing cover. And I'm in a mood...

 

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7 Year old me had somewhat of a musical epiphany to this (amongst others - I mostly grew up with the influence of my parents' preference for classical and 70s folky stuff). Since then, I've always had a thing for psychedelia (my mind was already full of weird enough things as it was):

 

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Had these two on loop periodically for the last week mostly:

Bach -
Traditional Quechua music -
 

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Sorry, this one is a little weird and creepy, but I like it, and I found a pattern in it that intrigued me.


I also like this specific version of this song, and I've been listening to it lately:


And this is one of my favorites (as far as trying to master on the paino goes), and just started listening to again...:


I have a very odd taste in music >_>
 

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\nn/ d(-_-)b \nn/ enough mettal here to rebuild the Kriegsmarine.

 

Rebis

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I've been listening to this song over 4 years

This song truly penetrates my soul, I wish I had a lullaby like this when I was a kid:

The icelandic vocals and their translations are stellar.
 
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