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Other music : I may rarely have enjoyed a Beatles song not on vinyl.

Let It Be cant be listened to elsewhere.

 

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Song of the Joker - Catchiest song ever made.

Thats a bold statement. Pink Pather

Oh come on Fixed. Pink Panther is catchy. Three Blind Mice is catchy. Pink Panther is catchy in the same sense that Twinkle  Little Star, or Lady Gaga's Bad Romance is catchy. It's very monophonic.
Joker's song is an orchestrated song that will literally play while you are laying in bed or going around town 24/7. It is literally a song that will never stop playing in your head, and perfectly mirrors the emotions one might experience while living in the age of sick - twisted modernity and a society of hypocrits. Pink Panther is an unrelatable piece, it represents a playboy lifestyle who has a bunch of diamonds. It plays in your head at rare moments, but not a constant looping.



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Genesis is a quality driven band like Dire Straits. Dire Straits Private Investigations
Spanish guitar + a guy that sounds like "The Room" who's not even singing. C'mon...they don't hold a candle to the Clown (Gabriel.) It's B movie spy/Carlos Danger movie soundtrack. It's all masculine with no feminine edge, a distinct lack of emotion.



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Luciana Pavorotti Spice Girls Viva Forever

Spice Girls were always a semi-garbage band. I mean as a kid, they had this certain atmosphere and glamour to their name, but their content was never as spicy as you'd expect. The Dazzlings kind of exemplify a true-to-life Spice Girls and what they could have been, in an alternate universe not tainted by Hollwood's and Pop40's dictations. The song you posted is okay, but very cookie-cutter, doesn't really go anywhere new or take you to unexplored heights and dimensions.

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Imperial March
As a kid I felt most free with this.
I also think this is first rate classical music, as much Film Music, it is Wagner, but actually god.
John Williams and Hans ZImmer both have far surpassed Wagner.

Imperial March is a good tune, but it is much more gridlocked than Yavin, and compositionally much more simple.

Wagner is hit and miss, much of mainstream Wagner is absurd sounding, like Looney Tunes, and doesn't have the romantic violence of soundtracks like Star Wars or Prince of Egypt or Batman. However some of Wagner's lesser known tracks, I would dare say are artistic masterpieces in their own classical way, less homogenous and more genius than Zimmer.


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That song is pretty decent. It evokes a certain chemical in the middle chakra, a black goo kind of chemical. However it does not release that much of that chemical, and gets old after a few loops (most songs tend to get better after a few loops, putting this piece at a severe handicap.) There are other low-bit soundtracks which release more of the black goo, and are more dynamic pieces (thus more loopable), and thus are superior.
Also, the song I posted builds energy in mainly the 1st and 2nd chakra (Not the Zero-th, or Halo chakra), whereas the song you linked only builds a minute amount of energy in the 3rd chakra, therefore they are not sisters or competitors and a bit like a heavy-weight vs. feather-weight matchup.


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Against this my favirote 80's bisexual rockstar.
Kinkiest bassline ever made.

Prince Cream

Prince was always an overrated musician. Some of his songs were genius in the sense of having an identity and being catchy as all hell, but mostly a lot of soup with not enough saltines. Prince was basically a male lesbian.

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<strong>Smoove Guile Theme</strong>
That song is a good choice, I am a big fan of that Accapella Guy and his voice is rather superb.

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Excellent.

Just a counter gift.

Future sound of London
Thanks for the gift, but the song is too drying for my taste, not enough emotions. Feels like it depletes my flesh rather than builds it.
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Oh, I forgot to post this song in the original post. I will update it and add to the list. Listen to it all the way because it has several morphologies.

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fixed wrote:
Wipe Out Landmass
Standard fare garage band EDM. Ancient Arabic tribal beat, but lacking in melody. A couple of copypasted clips which don't fit and make it too PGR City.

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Roll Tide - Crimson Tide - Zimmer
An epic heroic piece. I will consider adding it to the list.

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Gladiator - Now We Are Free - Zimmer
A strange yet common piece for what it is. I will study it more and see if it is worthy.

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Sleeping at Last - Mercury
You must be joking. What a modernized 2016 Hillary Cliton sounding song. I miss the days when girls fangirled over real men, like Guns and Roses, men who wore booty pants and fem tops showing their belly, real men like Alice Cooper, David Bowie and Marilyn Manson, not modernized hipsters trying to be men with their baby faces and lumbersexual beards.

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Depeche Mode - Spirit
Off all the Depeche mode songs, you had to pick the most garbage, modernized sounding one. Depeche Mode actually has some really good songs that could have made it to the list.

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Zimmer - Nyah and Eden
Diablo 2 ass song. Close your eyes while listening. Quite feminizing, good for use in male-to-female transsexualizing romantic scenarios. Gauranteed to make you a Mexican Taco Queen. 9/10

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Bruce SpringstenThe river with a story
The instrumentation has potential, has a Genesis/Steve Hackett sound setup. The instrumental part is very sentimental, so deep that it actually forces the body to open a deeper port than originally layered. However the first 5 minutes is just talking, talking, talking. I think the Vietnam War was terrible, but I'm not going to rate a song just because I agree with the message. Bruce's singing feels forced and fake, trying to make a characteristic voice that he's not. This is Kroger music.

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Jim Morrison Roadhouse Blues an American Pray
Repetitive backing beat, very generic. End message is okay, but irrelevant. It's one thing knowing the world will burn, it's another thing to have the ability and privilege to live to the fullest before it's arrival. Most know of the apocalypse, still can't find love before it happens, as much as they desperately try. A lost soul is a lost soul until it is rescued by an Angel.

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Jimi Hendrix Watchtower
I prefer Bob Marley Shot the Sheriff to this song. Watchtower gets old and repetitive, while Shot the Sheriff can be looped causing a trance and traversal into better dimensions.

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Pink Floyd - Time
Another boring Pink Floyd song. I was never a fan of Pink Floyd, I prefer even the hardcore nonsensical chaos of ELP or the melody-word salad of Rush to them. Pink Floyd seems forced, like they are just copycatting memes of other prog-rock bands while at the same time trying-too hard to be avant-garde, special, and different.

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Double Dragon 2 "Most adventurous music in a fighting game"
Not really, there are better soundtracks, better songs. This one isn't from a fighting game, but it is in the same category and I prefer it to this one.


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Punchout Training
Not the best song from Punchout, the most popular one is better.


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The Opposites
It's in a foreign language, I can't understand it. Not a fan of rap-music but there are far more original rap-tunes such as Eminem, EZ e, Biggie and others.

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Barry Benassi - Satisfaction
Steven Hawking fetish song. Moving on. Do you know I have a friend that did kinky things with Dr. Hawkings?

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Lana del Ray - Summertime Sadness
Not my first choice of Lana's, I've always liked VideoGames more. However on a second listen this song is kind of addictive. It's estrogen levels are over the limit. Lots of minor chords. It's dangerously feminine, to the point where it's masturbation to sadness. The sadness is severe, almost looking into the bowels of Hades itself.

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Ray Charles - Hit the Road Jack
This song is simultaneously underrated and overrated. The melody itself isn't as monophonic as implied, and the message is grim and disturbing, similar to children's song Falling Bridge of London.  However, the song has no morphing dynamics, and repeats the verse over and over without any hook.

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O Brother Where Art Thou
You have a thing for black gospel don't you.

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Who Will Save your Soul
Interesting storyline about a redneck tranny who does jobs to supplement his social security income for his lazy girlfriend. But as for the girls' weird singing, I don't know how this deserves to be in the cosmic hall of fame.

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What if God was One of Us?
Good background music for going on the backyard ranch and testing out your new guns. But I'm not sure if it's hall of fame material.

fixed wrote:
Tony's Diner
Popular and catchy, and very cafe coffee, that's all. This song is definitely cucksexual.

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2 non english songs.
Sort of starts out James Bond, but overall the chords start to derail and weaken. It's decent, but English please. In any case, the chord progressions aren't HOF material anyway.

fixed wrote:
French-Muslim sounding hipster music
Rather catchy. Not sure if hall of fame, but nice to listen to while eating falafel sandwich.

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Song with english subtitles.
Cucky self-abasing woman worshiping song. As a song I'd say it has potential, however the lyrics are rather disturbing.

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paul simon graceland
AFV Steve Martin kind of shit.


Satyr's theme song. Similar to Major Tom but I prefer it over Major Tom, although Major Tom is good too.


I shall introduce another classic fighting song as well.


I will also add an 8/10 song to the list, added for it's uniqueness.


Also I'm adding this one to this list, it is possibly one of the most badass songs ever made.
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Classic American sus chords. (Trucker Sim)
















Beautiful.


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Fixed Cross wrote:
Since this is a prize fight I must jump in.

garbage videos wrote:
Song of the Joker - Catchiest song ever made.

Thats a bold statement. Pink Pather

Oh come on Fixed. Pink Panther is catchy. Three Blind Mice is catchy. Pink Panther is catchy in the same sense that Twinkle  Little Star, or Lady Gaga's Bad Romance is catchy. It's very monophonic.
Joker's song is an orchestrated song that will literally play while you are laying in bed or going around town 24/7. It is literally a song that will never stop playing in your head, and perfectly mirrors the emotions one might experience while living in the age of sick - twisted modernity and a society of hypocrits. Pink Panther is an unrelatable piece, it represents a playboy lifestyle who has a bunch of diamonds. It plays in your head at rare moments, but not a constant looping.

At night my Colombian friend  who lives on the other side of the street used to play it on the saxophone at nght you could hear t in the street, I think it is haunting and cool, one of the best clean sax riffs. I used to play the saxophone too as a kid.
The Joker theme doesn't raise my pulse. It's perhaps because I have avoided actually living in the paradigm of the slothful cunts, so I dont require that sense of humor.

If I want to deal with society I just listen to these people.



I saw them live three times, the first time in a mushroomtrip.
The guy was singinging while crowdsurfing on a raft while on fire, which was nice.
Their melodies are spupreme, so is their mastery of the quipment and the forms of techno and rock-riffs, but they dont much get involved in structure development unless the instrumentsw themselves command it. Very German obviously, as techo is. Rammstein is structurally and rhytmically more techno than metal, and many of their trademark songs have synthesizers basslines and electronic drums.




what they say about their music:
we were just not dumb enough to make a normal rock band.



The guitar breakdown is again my favorite part. I mean the bridgelike one before the acapella bit toward the climax. Its the axt same type of solo as in the Pink Floyd song.
Pure hardcore. The razros edge between two or theee chords in a stoic sludgy 3/4

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Genesis is a quality driven band like Dire Straits. Dire Straits Private Investigations
Spanish guitar + a guy that sounds like "The Room" who's not even singing. C'mon...they don't hold a candle to the Clown (Gabriel.) It's B movie spy/Carlos Danger movie soundtrack. It's all masculine with no feminine edge, a distinct lack of emotion.

No emotion? No it s rather the edge of emotion.
Where emotion cant go any further, where it must turn back on its tracks, its metal razor edgebut its made sweet.
Strings
Best understated guitar player ever, possibly.

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I cant really. My best shot.

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Luciana Pavorotti Spice Girls Viva Forever

Spice Girls were always a semi-garbage band. I mean as a kid, they had this certain atmosphere and glamour to their name, but their content was never as spicy as you'd expect. The Dazzlings kind of exemplify a true-to-life Spice Girls and what they could have been, in an alternate universe not tainted by Hollwood's and Pop40's dictations. The song you posted is okay, but very cookie-cutter, doesn't really go anywhere new or take you to unexplored heights and dimensions.

It's the emotional insertion of Pavarotti, and the quality of Mel B's voice. You see Pavarotti acknowledging it at the end.
Im a sucker for voices.
I love how posh is terrified, as she cant sing, and with a lot of extra beat, manages to pull off here little bit, and with her curl at the end sinks drectly back into her dark shyness.
A very well performed piece. Top notch as far as engineered girlpop performances go. Its a cpmpetitive market. Most girls just dont sing well on stage, like most men. I wsas surprised t see that their voices are actually better live than on the record they made.

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Imperial March
As a kid I felt most free with this.
I also think this is first rate classical music, as much Film Music, it is Wagner, but actually god.
John Williams and Hans Zimmer both have far surpassed Wagner.

Imperial March is a good tune, but it is much more gridlocked than Yavin, and compositionally much more simple.


Thats because it is an Imperial March. But all Star Wars music is very good indeed. I had a great 32 bit recording for the Epire Strikes Back remastered edition. Yoda's theme is very beautiful. Maybe the most moving piece. How the end credits of IV kick in is of course the epic upbeat classic.


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Wagner is hit and miss, much of mainstream Wagner is absurd sounding, like Looney Tunes, and doesn't have the romantic violence of soundtracks like Star Wars or Prince of Egypt or Batman. However some of Wagner's lesser known tracks, I would dare say are artistic masterpieces in their own classical way, less homogenous and more genius than Zimmer.


Zimmer is several tiers above Wagner.
Others have surpassed Wagner by very far as well. Wagner simply did not know how to push a theme over a peak.



Though Ive come to prefer the 1984 version.

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Strong.

ActRaiser


That song is pretty decent. It evokes a certain chemical in the middle chakra, a black goo kind of chemical. However it does not release that much of that chemical, and gets old after a few loops (most songs tend to get better after a few loops, putting this piece at a severe handicap.) There are other low-bit soundtracks which release more of the black goo, and are more dynamic pieces (thus more loopable), and thus are superior.
Also, the song I posted builds energy in mainly the 1st and 2nd chakra (Not the Zero-th, or Halo chakra), whereas the song you linked only builds a minute amount of energy in the 3rd chakra, therefore they are not sisters or competitors and a bit like a heavy-weight vs. feather-weight matchup.

I agree the loops dont work entirely. That was extremely frustrating playing the game. Like this song opens very promising and then takes a quick turn for bizarro world.


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Against this my favirote 80's bisexual rockstar.
Kinkiest bassline ever made.

Prince Cream

Prince was always an overrated musician. Some of his songs were genius in the sense of having an identity and being catchy as all hell, but mostly a lot of soup with not enough saltines. Prince was basically a male lesbian.

There are two Prince songs that I listen to occasionally, this one and another from the same time, the name doesnt come to mind, Also a semi pornographic video. He was pioneering in this. He is not overrated at all, his control of the string as a physical thing, the touch, thus also strongly the bass, he isn't really matched by a lot of people in saturation of sensuality. Jazzy touch in a rock/pop/techno environment. He was a genius who carried a lot of weight. A locomotive.



watch for the outtro
that came as a surprised when me and my cousin were listening deep at night hgh as fuck which was what allowed me to listen through the whole song.

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<strong>Smoove Guile Theme</strong>
That song is a good choice, I am a big fan of that Accapella Guy and his voice is rather superb.

What a master.
In general the Streetfighter II music has entranced me forever, as Ive played it so many thousands of hours first n the Arcade, then on  the SNES.

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Excellent.

Just a counter gift.

Future sound of London
Thanks for the gift, but the song is too drying for my taste, not enough emotions. Feels like it depletes my flesh rather than builds it.

Yeah I can see how this requires a certain type of excess to enjoy. To me it's rather the opposite, supremely juicy. But maybe thats because it draws my juice out. Like a mushroomtrip, a small dose of poison to draw out the true divine vigor that we are but dont need in society.

The juice is in the engineering.

 

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At night my Colombian friend  who lives on the other side of the street used to play it on the saxophone at nght you could hear t in the street, I think it is haunting and cool, one of the best clean sax riffs. I used to play the saxophone too as a kid.
The Joker theme doesn't raise my pulse. It's perhaps because I have avoided actually living in the paradigm of the slothful cunts, so I dont require that sense of humor.
It isn't meant to raise your pulse. That isn't it's purpose, it's not EDM.


fixed wrote:
I saw them live three times, the first time in a mushroomtrip.
The guy was singinging while crowdsurfing on a raft while on fire, which was nice.
Their melodies are spupreme, so is their mastery of the quipment and the forms of techno and rock-riffs, but they dont much get involved in structure development unless the instrumentsw themselves command it. Very German obviously, as techo is. Rammstein is structurally and rhytmically more techno than metal, and many of their trademark songs have synthesizers basslines and electronic drums.

Sonne goes well with the video, Sonne and She-male are good Rammstein songs, Sonne has a definitive morphology. The first song you linked of them is garbage, and the last one is just ok.



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No emotion? No it s rather the edge of emotion.
Where emotion cant go any further, where it must turn back on its tracks, its metal razor edgebut its made sweet.
Strings
Best understated guitar player ever, possibly.
I don't judge a song by the skill of it's player. A computer can play faster notes than anybody else, and can also output the most garbage.


fixed wrote:
It's the emotional insertion of Pavarotti, and the quality of Mel B's voice. You see Pavarotti acknowledging it at the end.
Im a sucker for voices.
I love how posh is terrified, as she cant sing, and with a lot of extra beat, manages to pull off here little bit, and with her curl at the end sinks drectly back into her dark shyness.
A very well performed piece. Top notch as far as engineered girlpop performances go. Its a cpmpetitive market. Most girls just dont sing well on stage, like most men. I wsas surprised t see that their voices are actually better live than on the record they made.
I don't judge a song based on voice quality alone, not a big fan of shows like The Voice except in their failed spoofs. Although voice is very important to the success of the song, I wasn't terribly moved by that song or many of the featured singers on shows like the Voice, all very generic Justine Bieber echoes. That song wasn't as bad as the Bieb of course.


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Thats because it is an Imperial March. But all Star Wars music is very good indeed. I had a great 32 bit recording for the Epire Strikes Back remastered edition. Yoda's theme is very beautiful. Maybe the most moving piece. How the end credits of IV kick in is of course the epic upbeat classic.
Ok.



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Zimmer is several tiers above Wagner.
Others have surpassed Wagner by very far as well. Wagner simply did not know how to push a theme over a peak.
Neither did Mozart, and you don't judge him negatively for it. Artists like Wagner display a more elegant type of arty violence rather than the over-the-top dark goth kind of violence you hear in Zimmer's movies.



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Though Ive come to prefer the 1984 version.
Zimmer didn't compose 1984 Terminator soundtrack.


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I agree the loops dont work entirely. That was extremely frustrating playing the game. Like this song opens very promising and then takes a quick turn for bizarro world.
Yes the song has a solid opening, gets lazy, breaks its promise and doesn't go anywhere and lacks a morphology.


fixed wrote:
There are two Prince songs that I listen to occasionally, this one and another from the same time, the name doesnt come to mind, Also a semi pornographic video. He was pioneering in this. He is not overrated at all, his control of the string as a physical thing, the touch, thus also strongly the bass, he isn't really matched by a lot of people in saturation of sensuality. Jazzy touch in a rock/pop/techno environment. He was a genius who carried a lot of weight. A locomotive.
Genius in the sense of Celebrate Good Times Tonight. Catchy and somewhat annoying.


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watch for the outtro
that came as a surprised when me and my cousin were listening deep at night hgh as fuck which was what allowed me to listen through the whole song.
Not one of the best Guns and Roses songs, its a train wreck of noise clutter and gives me a headache. Why don't you post the one where he is wearing booty pants and a fem top showing his belly button.

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Yeah I can see how this requires a certain type of excess to enjoy. To me it's rather the opposite, supremely juicy. But maybe thats because it draws my juice out. Like a mushroomtrip, a small dose of poison to draw out the true divine vigor that we are but dont need in society.

The juice is in the engineering.
There is EDM that's more satisfying and listenable.
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Wipe Out Landmass
Standard fare garage band EDM. Ancient Arabic tribal beat, but lacking in melody. A couple of copypasted clips which don't fit and make it too PGR City.

It's the supreme form of breakbeat.
The quality here is in how the percussion instruments slide or crack into each other. Nothing tastier. Chemical Brothers and the Prodigy compete here, but they cant get to this depth of pleasure.

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Zimmer - Nyah and Eden
Diablo 2 ass song. Close your eyes while listening. Quite feminizing, good for use in male-to-female transsexualizing romantic scenarios. Gauranteed to make you a Mexican Taco Queen. 9/10

See, Zimmer is a true master. How is Wagner gong to pull this off?

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Bruce SpringstenThe river with a story
The instrumentation has potential, has a Genesis/Steve Hackett sound setup. The instrumental part is very sentimental, so deep that it actually forces the body to open a deeper port than originally layered. However the first 5 minutes is just talking, talking, talking. I think the Vietnam War was terrible, but I'm not going to rate a song just because I agree with the message. Bruce's singing feels forced and fake, trying to make a characteristic voice that he's not. This is Kroger music.

Who or what is a Kroger?
I find the waty the melody sweeps up the story of the verses classic, and his performance more than adequate.

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Jim Morrison Roadhouse Blues an American Pray
Repetitive backing beat, very generic. End message is okay, but irrelevant. It's one thing knowing the world will burn, it's another thing to have the ability and privilege to live to the fullest before it's arrival. Most know of the apocalypse, still can't find love before it happens, as much as they desperately try. A lost soul is a lost soul until it is rescued by an Angel.

Morrisons voice is supreme here. Rarely does a singer attan to this control and might in a live performance.
Its all in the nuance. The bass, the way it pushes the drums, this is not normal. They were very much in tune with Wil. No melancholy but no lack of it either.

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Jimi Hendrix Watchtower
I prefer Bob Marley Shot the Sheriff to this song. Watchtower gets old and repetitive, while Shot the Sheriff can be looped causing a trance and traversal into better dimensions.

Well Marley s a genius musican and Hendrx only a divine/demonic guitar player, to my understanding. Henmdrix is like one of those souls sold to the devil for a skill.

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Pink Floyd - Time
Another boring Pink Floyd song. I was never a fan of Pink Floyd, I prefer even the hardcore nonsensical chaos of ELP or the melody-word salad of Rush to them. Pink Floyd seems forced, like they are just copycatting memes of other prog-rock bands while at the same time trying-too hard to be avant-garde, special, and different.

I think you probably havent used enough drugs for this.
To any weed smoker or musroom eater, you cant say what you just said, it's absurd. It's the deepest sort of sound the past century managed to produce.
It's desolate, though. It has a desolation in it that is carried by a very great warmth of scope.
Int he solor, that modulation is unique. Very british use of an American form. Very much self-aware as an excessive pleasure, whch is what guitar solos are, but normally do not purely make that statement wiht the melody.

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Double Dragon 2 "Most adventurous music in a fighting game"
Not really, there are better soundtracks, better songs. This one isn't from a fighting game, but it is in the same category and I prefer it to this one.


Nice one. Has a lot of space in it. I see what you mean. But its a different order of technology and I would vote for different drums. Im no fan of the happy hardcore kick

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Punchout Training
Not the best song from Punchout, the most popular one is better.

Its not better, they both have stuck in my mind since I was beating the game on the NES. The one I posed is a discrete clean melody, the title song is an encdurng piece with several themes.

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The Opposites
It's in a foreign language, I can't understand it. Not a fan of rap-music but there are far more original rap-tunes such as Eminem, EZ e, Biggie and others.

Of course. This is trashhop, not so much hiphop.

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This is what perhaps a majority of hiphoppers regard as supreme.

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Barry Benassi - Satisfaction
Steven Hawking fetish song. Moving on. Do you know I have a friend that did kinky things with Dr. Hawkings?

Surely this is the most interesting angle Ive heared to this song. I hate it. Because its powerful in what it does. No trouble relating it to Hawkings actually.

No, I did not know that. Should I be asking questions? I can imagine several but they feel inappropriate.

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Lana del Ray - Summertime Sadness
Not my first choice of Lana's, I've always liked VideoGames more. However on a second listen this song is kind of addictive. It's estrogen levels are over the limit. Lots of minor chords. It's dangerously feminine, to the point where it's masturbation to sadness. The sadness is severe, almost looking into the bowels of Hades itself.

There you go.
It's the one song by here that contends with 80s and 90s classics, and it obliterates them in esterogen levels, and in class. She's something.

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Ray Charles - Hit the Road Jack
This song is simultaneously underrated and overrated. The melody itself isn't as monophonic as implied, and the message is grim and disturbing, similar to children's song Falling Bridge of London. However, the song has no morphing dynamics, and repeats the verse over and over without any hook.

Yes, the melody is actually quite challenging. It progresses weirdly.
Its very old, stands at the beginning of modern song.

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O Brother Where Art Thou
You have a thing for black gospel don't you.

These girls arent black. Its just Kristjun.
Much blacx soul borrowed from Kristjen kuntry



Hard to fuck with these emotions.
Theyll stay the same forever.
I love Kentucky. Never been there though.

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Who Will Save your Soul
Interesting storyline about a redneck tranny who does jobs to supplement his social security income for his lazy girlfriend. But as for the girls' weird singing, I don't know how this deserves to be in the cosmic hall of fame.

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2 non english songs.
Sort of starts out James Bond, but overall the chords start to derail and weaken. It's decent, but English please. In any case, the chord progressions aren't HOF material anyway.

Voices, soul... most melody of worth is hdden in those crevices... to me.

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French-Muslim sounding hipster music
Rather catchy. Not sure if hall of fame, but nice to listen to while eating falafel sandwich.[/quote]

Yeah it's hall fo fame. The balls in these melodies.

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Song with english subtitles.
Cucky self-abasing woman worshiping song. As a song I'd say it has potential, however the lyrics are rather disturbing.

Haha.

His shit is harsh.



Id you want look up the translations. Its not as happy as it sounds.

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AFV Steve Martin kind of shit.

It's subtle. Perhaps the subtlest pop record ever made.

Satyr's theme song. Similar to Major Tom but I prefer it over Major Tom, although Major Tom is good too.


I shall introduce another classic fighting song as well.


I will also add an 8/10 song to the list, added for it's uniqueness.


Also I'm adding this one to this list, it is possibly one of the most badass songs ever made.
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I said that many others than Zimmer have far surpassed Wagner, and posted a Brad Fiedel track.
T2 and the first one were the same composer.

Of course Mozart knew how to push a theme ov er a peak. That is his specialty.





 

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Heaven on Earth. Song of better times and better days. I think I'm gonna cry.
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Wipe Out Landmass
Standard fare garage band EDM. Ancient Arabic tribal beat, but lacking in melody. A couple of copypasted clips which don't fit and make it too PGR City.


It's the supreme form of breakbeat.
The quality here is in how the percussion instruments slide or crack into each other. Nothing tastier. Chemical Brothers and the Prodigy compete here, but they cant get to this depth of pleasure.
As EDM, its good, only a couple errors and misplaced clips. It's problem is that it's incomplete. It needs an overarching melody.

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Zimmer - Nyah and Eden
Diablo 2 ass song. Close your eyes while listening. Quite feminizing, good for use in male-to-female transsexualizing romantic scenarios. Gauranteed to make you a Mexican Taco Queen. 9/10

See, Zimmer is a true master. How is Wagner gong to pull this off?
Wagner doesn't do Mexican music. he is limited in his Genre. zimmer is more diverse. That is why I consider early Genesis to be so genius, because it masters and walks over all genres.

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Bruce SpringstenThe river with a story
The instrumentation has potential, has a Genesis/Steve Hackett sound setup. The instrumental part is very sentimental, so deep that it actually forces the body to open a deeper port than originally layered. However the first 5 minutes is just talking, talking, talking. I think the Vietnam War was terrible, but I'm not going to rate a song just because I agree with the message. Bruce's singing feels forced and fake, trying to make a characteristic voice that he's not. This is Kroger music.

Who or what is a Kroger?
I find the waty the melody sweeps up the story of the verses classic, and his performance more than adequate.
Kroger is a common grocery store. Adequate yes, classic yes, classic as in classic rock radio you here in every convenience store. And adequately annoying yes.

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Morrisons voice is supreme here. Rarely does a singer attan to this control and might in a live performance.
Its all in the nuance. The bass, the way it pushes the drums, this is not normal. They were very much in tune with Wil. No melancholy but no lack of it either.
It's very generic fixed form blues.

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Jimi Hendrix Watchtower
I prefer Bob Marley Shot the Sheriff to this song. Watchtower gets old and repetitive, while Shot the Sheriff can be looped causing a trance and traversal into better dimensions.

Well Marley s a genius musican and Hendrx only a divine/demonic guitar player, to my understanding. Henmdrix is like one of those souls sold to the devil for a skill.
Doubt it.

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Pink Floyd - Time
Another boring Pink Floyd song. I was never a fan of Pink Floyd, I prefer even the hardcore nonsensical chaos of ELP or the melody-word salad of Rush to them. Pink Floyd seems forced, like they are just copycatting memes of other prog-rock bands while at the same time trying-too hard to be avant-garde, special, and different.

I think you probably havent used enough drugs for this.
To any weed smoker or musroom eater, you cant say what you just said, it's absurd. It's the deepest sort of sound the past century managed to produce.
It's desolate, though. It has a desolation in it that is carried by a very great warmth of scope.
Int he solor, that modulation is unique. Very british use of an American form. Very much self-aware as an excessive pleasure, whch is what guitar solos are, but normally do not purely make that statement wiht the melody.
I've smoked weed before. Floyd wouldn't cut my standards. IMO My Little Pony is best with weed, the flow of the shapes in the animations is downright hilarious. Some Beatles songs are good with weed too.


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Nice one. Has a lot of space in it. I see what you mean. But its a different order of technology and I would vote for different drums. Im no fan of the happy hardcore kick
The song I posted is a tech version, there are 8bit versions as well that I'd hoped you find, but you didn't search.

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Its not better, they both have stuck in my mind since I was beating the game on the NES. The one I posed is a discrete clean melody, the title song is an encdurng piece with several themes.
Normally I don't go for something just because it's popular, but it's worlds better than the other one.

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Surely this is the most interesting angle Ive heared to this song. I hate it. Because its powerful in what it does. No trouble relating it to Hawkings actually.<br /><br />No, I did not know that. Should I be asking questions? I can imagine several but they feel inappropriate.
Fraid I'd upset my friend if I gave any more info.

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It's the one song by here that contends with 80s and 90s classics, and it obliterates them in esterogen levels, and in class. She's something.
Right, she's the only pop singer I don't hate, that doesn't sound like autotune Katy Perry.


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Of course Mozart knew how to push a theme ov er a peak. That is his specialty.

Mozart is mellow. He isn't epic. So he doesn't have a syndrome of creating Epic songs that don't satisfy and only tease.
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Song for the upcoming elections. Mostly just bad vs. ugly.
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Concerning the Elections Results, and the ensuing chaos hereafter
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Let us also not forget SOAD, a great track for engineers, creators, and programmers to think about in the background.


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