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I've found the passion again!!!

Discussion in 'Music, Box Office, TV & Books' started by Aruffell, 15 Jan 2006.

  1. Aruffell

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    Thread title sounds odd but what the hell :D

    I like all types of music from Rap to Rock, from classical to punk.

    For the past few months i've been listening to 2 sets of music (rap and rnb) and frankly i was getting sick of it.

    Back in school (3 years ago) i was into rock/punk etc... a lot and wouldn't listen to anything else.

    So trolling through my music i stuck Muse on and OMG i just feel alive lol

    Was just listening to Muse - Bliss.

    Got a bit of Blink 182 lined up with some Korn then Soulfly then some good old fashioned Korn, Slipknot and Mudvayne.

    Just listening to Bliss and Muscle Museum by Muse has made me feel alive again.

    I even picked up my drum sticks and started tapping away.

    It's good to feel alive again for once.

    No more rnb crap for a while for me :D

    I've seen the light once again :D

    Had to share this with you all :D

    Andy
     
  2. neil3k

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    The prodigal son returns.

    Welcome back to the good side of the music void.
     
  3. Arcade Fire

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    Woo! Now go get something by Rage Against The Machine to replace your Korn album, and something by Mastodon or Converge to replace the Slipknot ;)
     
  4. Aruffell

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    Old school Foo Fighters playing at the moment.

    Which is going to lead me to some good old fashioned grunge with Nirvana.

    When i was listening to RnB i just felt like crap and kept thinking about my life and relationships etc...

    Tis evil lol

    Now i just feel alive and want to get exceedingly drunk :D

    Maybe a bit of RATM - Sleep now in the fire is due :D
     
  5. Big Chris

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    Make that forever and you should be ok.
     
  6. Gaijin

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    Good boy. Now get all three muse albums and you'll be away :p They're pretty much all i've been listening to for the last year or so.
     
  7. Spirit7

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    Mwahaha. Now all you have to do is listen to some Opeth or Dissection to replace the nu-metal rubbish :p :p

    -C
     
  8. retrogamer

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  9. Aruffell

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    All 3 :p pah you are weak :D

    I've got -

    Showbiz
    Origin of Symmetry
    Hullabaloo
    Live at belfort
    Mircocuts on stage
    Absolution (advanced)
    Autres
    All the B sides

    Nirvana on now :D
     
  10. Chronos-X

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    Its nice to be able to rediscover stuff that you get bored of.. Have been watching the Muse Absolution Tour on DVD recently :)

    Absolutely loved Muscle Museum, New Born, Plug in Baby etc. Really different songs.

    P.S. - on that tour DVD, i was in the front centre position. Beat that ;)
     
  11. Neoni

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    Foo Fighters... - Eurgh!
     
  12. Aruffell

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    OOOOOooooooooooooo forgot about deftones.

    Haven't heard change in the house of flies in about a year :o

    NP: Korn - Got the Life

    Where have i been for the past couple of months :o
     
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  13. Hate

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    enough with rock elitism - no matter what he's got on now its better than RnB :p

    theres always someone who likes something heavier :p
     
  14. Carzy

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    Muse, now there's an overrated band if ever I saw one.

    Both true. Although Slipknot are very good anyway :p
     
  15. Aruffell

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    Listening to American Hi-Fi at the moment.

    Blast from the past :D
     
  16. Neoni

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    its just loads of hip-hop musciains put into one, to form a heavy sound :p

    there newer stuff is very good.
     
  17. Carzy

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    Their second self-titled album is good too. Iowa is rubbish. And Volume 3 is fantastic.
     
  18. Otacon

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    Didnt realise they were held in high regard myself. I quite like Absolution, but I know a lot of people that dont share my liking for it. Not really taken the time to listen to their other material though.
     
  19. Carzy

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    They are huge. Absolution was being sold in Tescos :p Oh and they are always on music television.
     
  20. Neoni

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    they are very very big.

    you try getting to a gig. you won't unless u book in big time advance.