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The music you like is...

Urban (rap, rnb, hip-hop)
3
3%
Pop (including emo)
6
5%
Classical
12
11%
Jazz
0
No votes
Jazz
0
No votes
Rock/Alternative
29
26%
Metal/Punk (including nu-metal)
17
15%
Folk/Country
2
2%
Dance music (techno, rave, trance and such)
9
8%
Video game music
15
14%
Other
18
16%
 
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Postby winterfate » Jan 24 2008, 2:27

:lolu:

Sounds like something that TT would enjoy doing. :)

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Postby asandir » Jan 24 2008, 5:57

not for a while winter, not for a while

there's a song by an aussie artist (off Aussie Idol :) ) that I quite enjoy here
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Postby accabear » Jan 24 2008, 6:16

Ah good old Nickelback.

Australian Idol? The last time they held that half the finalists were from Hillsong...

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Postby asandir » Jan 24 2008, 11:24

indeed, and a pretty poor lot they all were
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Postby accabear » Jan 24 2008, 12:17

I rather not watch Australian Idol, it's just all rather boring and such... and uh why exactly would ThunderTitan enjoy doing paperwork? Is he one of those bureaucratic bean counters? (no offense if he actually is! ;| )

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Postby ThunderTitan » Jan 24 2008, 13:14

Because it's fun, like cutting yourself or listening to screeching monkeys...
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Postby Veldrynus » Jan 24 2008, 20:46

accabear wrote: I'm quite sure at least a few people have heard of Dream Theater otherwise I'll spontaneously combust and leave you guys to do the paper work that comes after.


These guys are bloody peasants! They don't understand nothing about music. God will punish them for that.

Dream Theater rulz!!!
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Postby asandir » Jan 24 2008, 22:12

it's not so much the paperwork that he'd enjoy, but the morbid nature of filing spontaneous combustion paperwork
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Postby accabear » Jan 25 2008, 3:46

Veldrynus wrote:
accabear wrote: I'm quite sure at least a few people have heard of Dream Theater otherwise I'll spontaneously combust and leave you guys to do the paper work that comes after.


These guys are bloody peasants! They don't understand nothing about music. God will punish them for that.

Dream Theater rulz!!!


Exactly. My band and I will be playing Overture 1928 as our opening song in concerts.

God will punish them? I highly doubt that, although the song 'In the Name of God' by DT is rather awesome.

But yes it's good to see at least one person who likes DT... looks like I won't burst into flames. By the way try Pagan's Mind if you like Dream Theater.

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Postby Omega_Destroyer » Jan 25 2008, 4:28

Metropolis - Part I is really good too.
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Postby accabear » Jan 25 2008, 4:34

I thought that Scenes From a Memory was rather... unappealing to me. It did have some good songs though but I preferred Awake and Train of Thought, but the best one was probably Octavarium.

Edit: What am I on about? Metropolis part 1 isn't even from Scenes From a Memory.

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Postby theLuckyDragon » Jan 30 2008, 14:16

I'm growing increasingly obsessed with Finnish rock :D
For example, Kotiteollisuus: http://youtube.com/watch?v=CN9sD0JRnDE
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Postby Veldrynus » Jan 30 2008, 15:16

accabear wrote:I thought that Scenes From a Memory was rather... unappealing to me. It did have some good songs though but I preferred Awake and Train of Thought, but the best one was probably Octavarium.

Edit: What am I on about? Metropolis part 1 isn't even from Scenes From a Memory.


My favourite is the the 42 minutes song Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence. Great stuff.
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Postby accabear » Jan 31 2008, 7:24

I haven't heard that one yet. I should get around to doing so. Some lucky friend of mine managed to nab tickets to get to the Dream Theater concert in Sydney. Three hour concert with tickets starting at a hundred and fifteen dollars!

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Postby darknessfood » Jan 31 2008, 15:37

accabear wrote:I haven't heard that one yet. I should get around to doing so. Some lucky friend of mine managed to nab tickets to get to the Dream Theater concert in Sydney. Three hour concert with tickets starting at a hundred and fifteen dollars!


Put in 15 more and you have the price tag for pinkpop. 3 Days of really great bands like Metallica, Rage Against the Machine, the Foo Fighters and Queens of the Stoneage!!!
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Postby accabear » Feb 1 2008, 5:36

You would think Dream Theater are rich enough to not charge such exorbitant prices... probably just the organizers wishing to rip off poor young adults and teens.

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Postby Kalah » Feb 1 2008, 16:06

I ordered the two latest discs from KT Tunstall off Amazon, but the haven't arrived yet, despite the delivery ETA being 22/1. Suffices to say, I just cancelled the order.
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Postby Veldrynus » Feb 1 2008, 18:46

accabear wrote:You would think Dream Theater are rich enough to not charge such exorbitant prices... probably just the organizers wishing to rip off poor young adults and teens.


This is how the get back the money they lose on illegal downloads... :tongue:
Well, popular artists won't starve as long people keep visiting their concerts.
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Postby Kalah » Feb 1 2008, 19:53

Daem, those Amazon guys are really cool.. here's what I got in reply to my cancellation:

Amazon wrote:I am very sorry to hear that your order did not
arrive.

At this point, I can only assume that it was lost during delivery.
Therefore, as per your request, I have requested a refund for the
full amount of this dispatch.

I have requested a full refund to your payment card in the amount of
11.59 GBP.

The refund should go through within the next few days and we will
send you confirmation when it is complete. You should see this
credited to you on your next card statement.

[...]

If the original package should arrive afterwards, please keep the
items with our compliments, as the cost of return of the package is
prohibitively expensive in this case.
Perhaps you would like to
donate it to a charity in your area if you feel it would be
appropriate to do so.


So, not only do I get my money back, but if the CDs should happen to arrive (if the Postal service ever get their heads out of their recta), I get to keep them :)
I guess that wouldn't be the case if I had ordered a £100 box set ;)
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Postby Veldrynus » Feb 2 2008, 22:15

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jb0Ho8IUPW4

That solo simply drives me crazy! Petrucci is a ghoood!
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