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    Quote Originally Posted by Rojo View Post
    Big Country/Iggy Pop/Velvet Underground/Roy Orbison

    But I don't like Aztec Camera. Oh, I like they're music fine. But the male lead singer was so pretty he made me question my sexuality.
    Did he manage to convert you?
    FTM. I'm not biased, I hope everybody beats the mags!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol blackcat View Post
    Did he manage to convert you?
    No. The crush didn't last and it was back to the ladies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rojo View Post
    No. The crush didn't last and it was back to the ladies.
    Good lad. Well done. You can choose another 3 for resisting the urge.
    FTM. I'm not biased, I hope everybody beats the mags!

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    Only the first is a true favourite...the rest are just getting playlist preference lately, but it'll change before long...

    Foo Fighters
    Death From Above 1979
    The Black Keys
    Metric
    Michael Bernard Fitzgerald

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    Workout music:
    - Otep
    - Breaking Benjamin
    - Rage Against the Machine
    - Pantera
    - Killswitch Engage

    Of all time:
    - Sibelius (his 5th Symphony is a testament to musical perfection, IMO)
    - Pearl Jam
    - Brand New
    - Manchester Orchestra
    - Jack's Mannequin

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    I would have to go with

    Trivium
    In flames
    Opeth
    All that remains
    Rise against

    I am a bit of a metal head, and I really dig rise against as well.

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    This "top 5" thing is evil––at the moment, anything by:

    Joplin, Doors, Beatles, Hendrix, James Taylor, Zep, Sabbath, Clash, Stones, Roxy, Sex Pistols
    Van Halen
    old or new of Q-Tip, most handsome
    Hammerstein songlist
    Stax records (50's-60's memphis studio)
    Prince. Is. The. Man.
    New Order (someone like you..)
    Bruce Springsteen is the other. Man.
    Emmy Lou Harris

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crabbcakes View Post
    Have no top faves - I just scoot around almost everything, listening as the mood strikes me, trying to discover new and interesting stuff. Have 5 CDs in the changer right now, I can give those to you -

    Andreas Vollenweider
    Great (opera) Tenors of the Century
    Baka Beyond - Spirit of the Forest
    Legends of Polka (yes, polka)
    Smithsonian Folkways collection - Classic African-American Ballads
    Hey CC when hubby and I were in college we used to like to go see a band called Polkacide; Punk meets Polka. We even had a couple of wild Polka Parties, of course we included traditional classics along with some fringe interpretations and yes there was plenty of home brewed beer to quench the thirst!
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    Currently:
    Theory of a Dead Man- alternative rock
    Flogging Molly/ Dropkick Murphies- Irish punk rock, which one I listen to depends on my mood
    Pink Floyd- classic/ prog rock
    Two Steps from Hell- classical/ electronica
    Shinedown- alternative rock
    Beethoven- classical, especially Fur Elise
    Brave Combo- nuclear polka
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urban Forager View Post
    Hey CC when hubby and I were in college we used to like to go see a band called Polkacide; Punk meets Polka. We even had a couple of wild Polka Parties, of course we included traditional classics along with some fringe interpretations and yes there was plenty of home brewed beer to quench the thirst!
    Hah! Punk polka - I really need to look that one up!! And here I thought I was good for finding rock bagpipe and jazz French horn! Remember Urkel? I sometimes caught that old sitcom - he had quite a thing for polka, too.

    P.S. Just looked - they are on YouTube!
    Last edited by Crabbcakes; 07-19-2013 at 10:31 PM.
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