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What Are You Listening To?

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LOL

Makes me laugh every time. Better if you watch the clip as well. Go Garry's Mod!

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^^ Yeah nice one 1nfamous! That's what you been talking about. Well I have been listening to heaps of Nickelback. Great songs that have meaning and sound awsome if you have high quality headphones. (actually, most songs sound awsome with high quality headphones lol)

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No one else here ATM so I can finally shut that d@mn TV off and hear something good.

Keys to Ascension, Yes.

Time to blow the cobwebs out of the speakers. :w00t:

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No one else here ATM so I can finally shut that d@mn TV off and hear something good.

Keys to Ascension, Yes.

Time to blow the cobwebs out of the speakers. :w00t:

That's a good one, I've seen them 3 times!

currently:

Bing Crosby: MacNamara's Band

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hmm.. Red Hot Chilly Peppers.. listenin to all the songs off there new album

RHCP - Don't forget me

f'n awesome

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Geinoh-Yamashirogumi - Requiem

This is a track from the anime OAV Akira. It is on the official soundtrack.

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Tony Bacala - Decepticon War Theme

some of his tracks are available here:

TFW2005

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Kings of Leon - Closer and Giant Drag's only album i know of.

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Hey guys, just don't post each and every song your listening to every time you listen to a new one as something like this might happen: http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?s=&amp...st&p=211830

Just letting everyone know :yes:

Its great to find out what others are listening to though. Makes you wanna listen to some new things.

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It doesn't matter, post count is meaningless. But connecting to our fellow members via similar tastes previously unknown is worth something!

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Coldplay: Viva La Vida

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Yes indeed. Rammstein anyone?

Of course! I'm listening the Rosenrot album. Its my favorite Rammstein disc.

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My favorite Rammstein album was their first one.

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers: Free Falling

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Haha rammstein are great. If music from Germany can make it into CD stores in one of the lowest parts of the world (Tasmania, Australia) then they must be good. Love Du Hust!

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- Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody played on a Atari 800XL, TI994a, and a Scanjet 3c
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ATM, I'm listening to many little things:

The gurgling of the coffee maker as it brews another pot.

Water trickling from the filter into the aquarium.

The irregular whirring of a CPU cooling fan that needs lube or replacing.

A light rain on the roof.

Birds in the tree over the house.

No TV playing, no radio, etc.

Times this quiet are too rare and don't last long here.

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The gurgling of the coffee maker as it brews another pot.

I have that song looping!

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Haha rammstein are great. If music from Germany can make it into CD stores in one of the lowest parts of the world (Tasmania, Australia) then they must be good. Love Du Hust!

Did you know that "Du Hast" means "I have" in German? Except the proper German title for that song is "Du Haßt", or to translate "Du Hasst" which means, "I have." The original song is about saying no to wedding vows, but the English version was changed, and I can't stand it. lol.

The gurgling of the coffee maker as it brews another pot.

I have that song looping!

I so bet. :yes:

For me:

Industrieplast: Knochenangst

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Sunshine Reggae - Laid Back

Rivers Of Babylon - Boney M.

Run - Lighthouse Family

Because the Night - Patty Smith

Eskimo Blue Day - Jefferson Airplane

@Tripredacus: sorry to disagree but "du hast" means "you have", while "du haßt" means "you hate", although both sound exactly the same ... ;)

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dencorso said:
Sunshine Reggae - Laid Back

Rivers Of Babylon - Boney M.

Run - Lighthouse Family

Because the Night - Patty Smith

Eskimo Blue Day - Jefferson Airplane

@Tripredacus: sorry to disagree but "du hast" means "you have", while "du haßt" means "you hate", although both sound exactly the same ... ;)

yes sorry I got that backwards... however they do not sound the same. The pronunciation used during the song is different from the english liner notes.

and now

Covenant - Like Tears In The Rain

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