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Offline Drebbel

Re: Music Appreciation.
« Reply #50 on: August 16, 2013, 11:43:29 PM HST »
This song always makes me happy:
“Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth.” - Buddha

Offline Chappy

Re: Music Appreciation.
« Reply #51 on: August 20, 2013, 01:50:30 AM HST »
Seeed - Respectness, one of my favorite songs of all time:
I love the bass. Awesome song. c:

Offline Drebbel

Re: Music Appreciation.
« Reply #52 on: September 09, 2013, 12:09:53 AM HST »
love the sitar



turn it UP
“Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth.” - Buddha

Offline crazymonky

Re: Music Appreciation.
« Reply #53 on: September 09, 2013, 03:10:05 AM HST »



Offline Yuukina

Re: Music Appreciation.
« Reply #54 on: September 17, 2013, 01:56:15 AM HST »
Modern electric genres, this is usually what I prefer.


I used to listen to a lot of old bands that ranges from early 90s all the way down to the Beatles but I've forgotten most of them. If you'd remember I used to LOVE spamming out lyrics from certain old songs on pinpoint like a year ago out of boredom and entertainment. (YES, I've seen people tell me to 'sing' that or this..Funny.)

Nowadays, I listen to almost anything.

The Icelandic band 'Of Monsters and Men' credit to Chase_UC for introducing me this like a year ago, I say this would be in my top 30 or so of 'Modern bands'. Yes, it's country and shut up I like it. :P



Going off from Western to asian music, I'm currently listening to specific artists of different countries.

First up from Japan, LiSA's 'Ichiban no Takaramono'. Lyrics and music considered 'beauty'. Yes, this is from an anime even though I don't really like the show itself, some of the tracks from it was what got me into J-pop and J-rock music and I'm surprised their songs packs some really felt emotions.


Next up; Beyond's 'Boundless Ocean, Vast Skies'. This was (I admit) one of the first songs introduced to me when I was a damn child. And it's still a favorite of mine. As a few of you may know, I'm half Asian..Hong Kong specifically and this is music produced in Hong Kong. Unfortunately, I couldn't find the translation to the lyrics but overall it's a good song. (On a note; R.I.P lead vocalist...)


Now back to Western.

Not really sure if these are already mentioned but here I go.

This...The Hush Sound's 'Wine Red'. One of the few songs that sticks in my head from time to time for HOURS...Not sure why, I just like this.


Moving to more guitars and drums...And bass, I present Avenged Sevenfold's...HELL I love all of their songs. Many are fast paced with really good guitar solos and lyrics to boot. Some are quite emotional too. For this, I'm giving two songs out for a taste;

'Afterlife' Reason for the Live version is because I think the live version sounds better in my opinion.


'Far Away' This...Is how to describe it? Sad. That's the emotion that felt the strongest in this song. Dedicated to their deceased drummer 'The Rev'.


For the genre of 'Steps' (Because there's plenty of names besides 'Dubstep'), I prefer Drumstep over Dubstep...Yes there's a difference between the two.



The most well known drumstep is probably Pendulum.


[Insert random old songs here...]




And they just had to shut down Nostalrius. バカブリゾード。

Offline crazymonky

Re: Music Appreciation.
« Reply #55 on: September 17, 2013, 07:52:23 AM HST »
Of monsters and men <3

I recommend mountain sound
fury paws
and another one to... eerhh.. i forgot

Offline Silnius

Re: Music Appreciation.
« Reply #56 on: September 21, 2013, 01:50:58 PM HST »
Some peaceful music



"To define the possible to defy the impossible" Saez

Offline Drebbel

Re: Music Appreciation.
« Reply #57 on: September 22, 2013, 12:48:09 AM HST »
Some peaceful music




love it

Other instrumental music with a post-rock sauce:


“Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth.” - Buddha

Offline Silnius

Re: Music Appreciation.
« Reply #58 on: September 23, 2013, 09:53:24 AM HST »
I liked your music too ^^

Since we are talking about instrumental music :
"To define the possible to defy the impossible" Saez

Offline Juxta

Re: Music Appreciation.
« Reply #59 on: September 23, 2013, 10:53:46 AM HST »
YFW you remember you started this thread.

So I thought I'd add and some of my own for specific emotions.

Before we begin this was the first song I can remember learning the lyrics for out of the album inlay booklet and it just brings back good memories:



A song me and an old friend used to ALWAYS and I mean always sing as loud as we could to no matter what. or where (anyone who mentions the Glee version ((except this mention)) will die a painful banning death, k) :



A song that always makes me happy, even though it's kinda sad but in that restores faith in life sort of way:



A song I always play when I'm really kinda sad (live version cus the studio versions all been taken down from YT):



Another sad favourite:



This song doesn't really generate emotion more than get my mind racing and heart beating:



Also a song for Drebbel cus I know he bones off of Radiohead:



Guess that's it for now. Keep posting guys! We can beat last comment wins!

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