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    i now that its a little of topic but what music do you like best? artist why and some recomendations would be nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by FxFvD
    i now that its a little of topic but what music do you like best? artist why and some recomendations would be nice

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    Well... my music tastes go from Enya and Ema Shapplin to Metalica and Eminem and anywhere in between (mostly, I don't like cumbias and most pop). It just depends on the mood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FxFvD
    i now that its a little of topic but what music do you like best? artist why and some recomendations would be nice

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    That's a lot of prog!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FxFvD
    i now that its a little of topic but what music do you like best? artist why and some recomendations would be nice

    cheers
    My tastes are pretty diverse, but there are a few I can't live without. My favourites vary, but these never go away:

    J.S. Bach - Goldberg Variations (Glenn Gould)
    Rolling Stones - Exile on Main Street
    Johnny Cash - Live at San Quentin
    James Brown - The Payback
    Van Morrison - Veedon Fleece
    Beach Boys - Pet Sounds
    Stevie Wonder - Innervisions
    Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks

    Oh, and of course, Spinal Tap - Smell the Glove!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROCKY_RENE
    mmm HM...

    Manowar, Iron Maiden, Running Wild, Judas Priest, Accept, Metallica (old 80´s) Over Kill,
    Iced Earth, Sepultura, Helloween, Death, Carcass, Pegasuz, Savatage, Crimson Glory, Metal Argentino, Dio, Hammerfall, Lost Horizon, Megadeth, Slayer, Kreator... Haggard, Nightwish, Sky Lark, Finntroll, King Diamond, Falconer, Sentenced, Therion, Dragonforce, Annihilator, Athena, Chroming Rose, Cryonic Temple, Steel Prophet, Majesty, Secret Sphere, Heavens Gate, Rage, Yngwie Malmsteen,Virgin Steele, Metalium, Mitothyn, Sinergy, Dark Avenger, Marty Friedman, Pegazus,Edenbridge, Zonata, Steel Attack, Nostradameus, Primal Fear, Domine, Vision Divine, Loudness,Grave Digger, Metal Church,Chinchilla, At Vance, Kamelot, Arwen, Labirynth, Riot, Vader, Morgoth,Sword,Scanner, etc ... Cardenales de Nuevo Leon, José José, OV7, Mesa que mas aplauda and many True Metal Bands.

    Ok I´m Open Mind"!
    What? No Kenny G?

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    Good job! music?

    mmm HM...

    Manowar, Iron Maiden, Running Wild, Judas Priest, Accept, Metallica (old 80´s) Over Kill,
    Iced Earth, Sepultura, Helloween, Death, Carcass, Pegasuz, Savatage, Crimson Glory, Metal Argentino, Dio, Hammerfall, Lost Horizon, Megadeth, Slayer, Kreator... Haggard, Nightwish, Sky Lark, Finntroll, King Diamond, Falconer, Sentenced, Therion, Dragonforce, Annihilator, Athena, Chroming Rose, Cryonic Temple, Steel Prophet, Majesty, Secret Sphere, Heavens Gate, Rage, Yngwie Malmsteen,Virgin Steele, Metalium, Mitothyn, Sinergy, Dark Avenger, Marty Friedman, Pegazus,Edenbridge, Zonata, Steel Attack, Nostradameus, Primal Fear, Domine, Vision Divine, Loudness,Grave Digger, Metal Church,Chinchilla, At Vance, Kamelot, Arwen, Labirynth, Riot, Vader, Morgoth,Sword,Scanner, etc ... Cardenales de Nuevo Leon, José José, OV7, Mesa que mas aplauda and many True Metal Bands.

    Ok I´m Open Mind"!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rzozaya1969
    Well... my music tastes go from Enya and Ema Shapplin to Metalica and Eminem and anywhere in between (mostly, I don't like cumbias and most pop). It just depends on the mood.

    Emma Shapplin is very good and nice!

    I liked Susana Zavaleta too

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerdog
    What? No Kenny G?
    Oh Kenny G is really good... your music I liked...is relaxes to me and to listen with a beautiful girl... in weekend

    If Kenny G... non beautiful girl

    Oh rayos

    Agrego a ... U2, Placebo, Bruce Springsteen, Brian Adams, Remy Zero, Cloldplay, Five For Fighting... un poco...
    Oh rayos
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    Mostly I just listen to Timbiriche, Chamos, Menudo, Fresas con Crema, Flans, Pandora and Luis Miguel. I'm old school, what can you do...
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    Quote Originally Posted by elmadaleno
    Mostly I just listen to Timbiriche, Chamos, Menudo, Fresas con Crema, Flans, Pandora and Luis Miguel. I'm old school, what can you do...

    Ok te falto decir de la vieja escuela gente como :

    Trigo Limpio, Sergio Faccheli (como se escriba ) Laureano Brizuela, Parchis y la lista podria crecer...

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    Lets see...

    A Perfect Circle, Sonata Arctica, Neal Morse, Tool, Pink Floyd, Disturbed, Chevelle, AFI, The Gathering, Drowning Pool, Zurdok, Cafe Tacuba, Fischerspooner, Dream Theater, Nirvana, Ska-P, The Cure, HIM, Led Zeppelin, Jumbo, Fobia, Nine Inch Nails, Oysterhead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Radiohead, Placebo, Rammstein, Rush, Yes, Porter, Apocalyptica, Metallica, Deftones, Zo, System of a Down, Slipknot, Primus, Bloc Party, Celso Pia, Edguy, Lacuna Coil, Infected Mushroom, GMS, S-Range, Ticon, Bubble, Gaudium, Artifakt, Frogacult, Andromeda, 1200 Micrograms, Broken Toy, Eskimo, Gataka, Hypersonic, Protoculture, S.U.N. Project, Sesto Sento, Spectra, Suria, Talamasca, Time Lock, Visual Paradox, Visual Contact, Perplex, DNA, CPU, Jaia, Hydraglyph, Sonic Cube, Ananda Shake, Corona, Biogenesis.... fewwwf

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    OK... here I go...

    I like a bit of everything. Mostly anything guitar based.

    - Anything Bach (I love barroque - sp?? and anything related like speed metal in the hands of Yngwie Malmsteem or Cacophony) or Mozart. Wagner makes me wanna invade Poland, so I steer clear of it.
    - Silvio Rodriguez
    - Dream Theater fo' sho'
    - Metal, metal, metal... Metallica, Sepultura, Megadeth, you name it.
    - Hard rock - AC/DC, Guns and Roses, Aerosmith... hell, I like Bon Jovi too!
    - Classic Jazz - Ella Fitzgerald, Frank, Django Reinhardt.
    - Pop - My tolerance here is very small... only U2, The Cranberries (I have something for the Irish bands) and The Beatles.
    - Almost anything Nu Metal... My Chemical Romance, Thursday, Papa Roach, Linkin Park, Old Skool Limp Bizkit, etc.
    - Texas and Rock Blues - His Majesty BB King, Albert King, the prince of Blues Sir Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughn (RIP), ZZ Top and their "Hot Tamale" sound, Robert Cray, Bonnie Raitt (man, that girl rules playing the slider!!)
    - Paco de Lucia
    - And as said above, almost any talented guitarist, Petrucci, Vai, Satriani, Eric Johnsonn, Al Di Meola, Tom Morello (and RATM)

    Not eclectic tastes, but the mix in my head is rather interesting.
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    I'm not critizising your music tastes or anything but did you know nu-metal genre is the post-grunge stage now called wannabe metal?

    I believe my chemical romance doesn't belong to that genre.

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    Air, Alan Ginsber, Alan Parsons Project, Apocalyptica, Ash Ra Tempel, Auricular, Steve ROach, David Hudson, Sarah Hopkins, Bill Laswell, Bloc Party, Boards Of Canada, Captain Beefheart, Conception, Cream, Dead Can Dance, Death Cab For Cutie, Depeche Mode, Dream Theater, Fantomas (And almost all of the Mike Patton's projects), Frank Zappa, Grateful Dead, Some Of Infected Mushroom, Inti-Illimani, IQ, Jefferson Airplane, Jesus Martyr, John Lennon, John Serrie, Jorge Reyes, Juno Reactor, King Crimson, Lamb, Lamb Of God, Liquid Tension Experiment, Lou Reed, Lustmord, Matisyahu, My Morning Jacket, Neal Morse, Nightewish, Oingo Boingo, Omega, Opeth, John Petrucci, Poison, Postal Service, Rockdrigo (Rodrigo Gonzalez Real Nice Mexican Rock www.rockdrigo.com.mx), Roger Waters, Saga, Shostakovich, Slade, Slai, Sleepytime Gorilla Museum ( a Mike Patton's Project), Sonata Arcitca, Sonic Youth, Spock's Beard, Igor Stravinsky, Subelvados, Symphony X, Tangerine Dream (BTW they are coming to mxico ), Tchaikovsky, The Cult or The Death Cult, The Flaming Lips, The Human League, International Submarine Band, The Jesus Lizard, The Melvins, The New Pornographers, Ticon, Tiken Jah Fakoly, Within Temptaiton and last but not least Xiu Xiu


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    Quote Originally Posted by tacubaya
    I'm not critizising your music tastes or anything but did you know nu-metal genre is the post-grunge stage now called wannabe metal?

    I believe my chemical romance doesn't belong to that genre.
    Whatever... it's all 4/4 compases, use blacks and you have Numetal, Grunge, pop and such; get 16 beats per compass or more and you have metal... it all used to be called rock n' roll some years ago. Nobody has invented a thing since Frank Zappa I guess... and that's quite a long time.


    There were very few bands that played "grunge" in a measure different from 4/4 and in there were Pearl Jam (I only like the first 4 songs of Ten) and the Red Hit Chilli Peppers before they went commercial.

    Same with punk, neo-punk, hard-rock... damn... the only thing changing is the lyrics and some guitar distortion/effects.

    Call it whatever you wanna call it.

    As for My Chemical Romance... yeah, I should have put them under Pop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ROCKY_RENE
    mmm HM...

    Manowar, Iron Maiden, Running Wild, Judas Priest, Accept, Metallica (old 80´s) Over Kill,
    Iced Earth, Sepultura, Helloween, Death, Carcass, Pegasuz, Savatage, Crimson Glory, Metal Argentino, Dio, Hammerfall, Lost Horizon, Megadeth, Slayer, Kreator... Haggard, Nightwish, Sky Lark, Finntroll, King Diamond, Falconer, Sentenced, Therion, Dragonforce, Annihilator, Athena, Chroming Rose, Cryonic Temple, Steel Prophet, Majesty, Secret Sphere, Heavens Gate, Rage, Yngwie Malmsteen,Virgin Steele, Metalium, Mitothyn, Sinergy, Dark Avenger, Marty Friedman, Pegazus,Edenbridge, Zonata, Steel Attack, Nostradameus, Primal Fear, Domine, Vision Divine, Loudness,Grave Digger, Metal Church,Chinchilla, At Vance, Kamelot, Arwen, Labirynth, Riot, Vader, Morgoth,Sword,Scanner, etc ... Cardenales de Nuevo Leon, José José, OV7, Mesa que mas aplauda and many True Metal Bands.

    Ok I´m Open Mind"!

    what about 69 eyes?

    also... do you know some good quality mexican rock or music?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FxFvD
    what about 69 eyes?

    also... do you know some good quality mexican rock or music?
    Tex-Tex is my mexican favorite. Followed closely by Caifane's El Nervio del Volcan. Damn, that Marcovich guy was cool.

    You can put Luzbel in your list along with Brujeria.

    As some one said, the rest are "de hueva". El Haragan really gets on my nerves. Vago was not that bad, but the are no best than a clown-band. From there... uh... ah...

    Again, Tex-Tex. They don't sell records because they're fugly in person. I really don't care but record labels do.
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    genres are all going to complex and have titles to make them sound intelligent like

    retro neo classic punk

    dark new retro funk acid punk/rock fusion

    hahahahahahha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp2003
    Whatever... it's all 4/4 compases, use blacks and you have Numetal, Grunge, pop and such; get 16 beats per compass or more and you have metal... it all used to be called rock n' roll some years ago. Nobody has invented a thing since Frank Zappa I guess... and that's quite a long time.


    There were very few bands that played "grunge" in a measure different from 4/4 and in there were Pearl Jam (I only like the first 4 songs of Ten) and the Red Hit Chilli Peppers before they went commercial.

    Same with punk, neo-punk, hard-rock... damn... the only thing changing is the lyrics and some guitar distortion/effects.

    Call it whatever you wanna call it.

    As for My Chemical Romance... yeah, I should have put them under Pop.
    Not only compasses mark the genre, its a vast art the job of labeling artists.
    Red Hot Chili Peppers is not grunge btw, it's alternative funk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FxFvD
    genres are all going to complex and have titles to make them sound intelligent like

    retro neo classic punk

    dark new retro funk acid punk/rock fusion

    hahahahahahha

    People that say that tend to be stupid and have a small knowledge about music, especially because music categories are something really important to label music, identify it, group it and relate to it, which would be imposible without genres and subgenres.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacubaya
    Red Hot Chili Peppers is not grunge btw, it's alternative funk.
    Funk, yeah... OTOH, Alternative??? See... funk itself is so complex, that I wouldn't call anything funky under "alternative". It's strong connections to jazz make it unpredictable. Anything funk could be alternative if tried to be put anywhere else.

    Maybe pop-funk as of late??

    BTW... who gives a dime for the genre title... do you really believe that lyrics and slightly subtle instrument sounds make it different?? Come on... genres are needed to classify something like Flamenco, which is really something apart or a root rythm like blues or jazz.

    All the rest is a commercial blah-blah-blah to say that something is "new". Why do bands are so afraid to say "We play (blues/metal/rock/jazz)"... it would be more sincere than saying "we play a mix of this an that with some touches of XXXX and our guitarist spent a year in the Tibet and that's why he plays like a sitarist - We call it sitar-metal"

    Gimme a freaking break!!!

    Off from there, I couldn't care less. That doesn't make you to know less music. What you really have to learn is how music is built inside the main genres. What makes blues to be blues?? The sound?? Nah, maybe, but it could be the I-IV-V chord progression or the Phrygian Minor progression when talking about Flamenco. Those genres are so simple in conception that the derivations and iterations are endless and there's a fine line between the "real" stuff and some bloody copycat.

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    hahahahahahahahahah

    ay si cuanto se de musica


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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp2003
    Funk, yeah... OTOH, Alternative??? See... funk itself is so complex, that I wouldn't call anything funky under "alternative". It's strong connections to jazz make it unpredictable. Anything funk could be alternative if tried to be put anywhere else.

    Maybe pop-funk as of late??

    BTW... who gives a dime for the genre title... do you really believe that lyrics and slightly subtle instrument sounds make it different?? Come on... genres are needed to classify something like Flamenco, which is really something apart or a root rythm like blues or jazz.

    All the rest is a commercial blah-blah-blah to say that something is "new". Why do bands are so afraid to say "We play (blues/metal/rock/jazz)"... it would be more sincere than saying "we play a mix of this an that with some touches of XXXX and our guitarist spent a year in the Tibet and that's why he plays like a sitarist - We call it sitar-metal"

    Gimme a freaking break!!!

    Off from there, I couldn't care less. That doesn't make you to know less music. What you really have to learn is how music is built inside the main genres. What makes blues to be blues?? The sound?? Nah, maybe, but it could be the I-IV-V chord progression or the Phrygian Minor progression when talking about Flamenco. Those genres are so simple in conception that the derivations and iterations are endless and there's a fine line between the "real" stuff and some bloody copycat.

    God... I miss my guitar....

    agree with you warp
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    What makes blues blues is the structure of the music, the rythm, the melody and that rythm cant be confused.

    Who was talking about being a different genre just by lyrics and instrument variation? The change of subgenre starts from the tone of voice which changes the tempo and variations to the musical structure of the song. Many factors are involved.

    FxFvD stop fu*king around, lets keep personal bullying away from discussions which really matter to me.

    I believe some artists have created new genres, not to impress someone, but because they found ways to fit different musical techniques in a way they sound right.

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    aww

    ok es en buen pedo wey no te enojes

    i think you have a point there but also there are some groups that only do it for the image
    eso si hay algunos grupos que si lo hacen para parecer chidos cuando ni siquiera saben de ese genero

    aunque como tu dices si ay unos que si saben de eso
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    People who do it for the image or fame doesn't deserve to be called musician.

    They are marketing hype or posers which forget the purpose and meaning of doing music: passion, to provoke feelings and create a magical atmosphere in which someone feels he fits and feels well.. just right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacubaya
    What makes blues blues is the structure of the music, the rythm, the melody and that rythm cant be confused.
    And that is.... ?
    Facts, bro. What is a rythm that can't be confused. Where's the line?? How about rockabilly, surf and rock n' roll??

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    I believe some artists have created new genres, not to impress someone, but because they found ways to fit different musical techniques in a way they sound right.
    Agreed... but then, there's the overhyping of media. Do you really need all those classifications to classify metal (for example, I'm a headbanger myself)?? I don't think so.

    Really, we could use less classifications and have a clearer idea of what we're listening to. But that doesn't sell records.

    I'll put a clear example. A friend of mine plays at the Orquesta de Bellas Artes. He couldn't care less about genres and subgenres of music (especially mainstream).. does he knows little about music, less able or less creative?? I don't think so.

    Time has proven to be a better judge than us. Django Reinhardt was considered different and progressive when he played. Now it's classic jazz. The Beatles themselves were creating things good enough to be called "Alternative" today... not they're called Pop.

    Where will be all those genres in 20 years from now? I really think we should see at the main root and then identify each band by what they can offer until they prove to be not able to be classified inside any other place. That leads to a new and intriguing question... would you open a genre for just one band/artist? What about a band that makes records very different from each other?? What would you do?
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    Caring less is not the same as not knowing about it, thats "pedo de cada quien"

    Of course genres change from time to tyme EVEN if the music isn't changed. Its the nature of classification, a genre may be re-stated or even merged with another genre as time goes by.

    When a band has records with different genres a main genre is chosen and then variations are stated. Most of the bands stay in the limits of a genre, so that isn't necessary.

    About th bashing, its okay he is joking, we tend to joke like that, but what disturbed me is the fact he is joking at the MIDDLE of a conversation, which apart from distracting me, seems a bit rude.

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    hahahaha sorry won't happen again

    i think warp and tacu are write in some points

    but who has the right side?
    who is correct

    we will never know =O

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    Quote Originally Posted by FxFvD
    hahahaha sorry won't happen again
    No prob at all... just keep it friendly.

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    i think warp and tacu are write in some points
    Yeah... probably when I was his age I cared much more. I would have spent a whole night discussing with someone why Gun N Roses were rock and not punk...
    But I plainly don't care now.

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    but who has the right side?
    who is correct

    we will never know =O

    well maybe...
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    Well he has very good points and I believe so do I, the point is that I think we see music ina different depth and there is no right or wrong about that, about everything else there is.

    I cant express myself very well in english when dealing with this type of conversations, so, i dont know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacubaya
    Well he has very good points and I believe so do I, the point is that I think we see music ina different depth and there is no right or wrong about that, about everything else there is.
    Yes, you make very good and solid points indeed. And I agree... it's personal preference, different views.

    I care more about the core, he cares more for the envelope... there's no right or wrong. Different opinions. I hope we could jam together sometime and you guys teach this old dog a couple tricks like you did on the bike.

    Quote Originally Posted by tacubaya
    I cant express myself very well in english when dealing with this type of conversations, so, i dont know.
    You do very well. Much more articulate than some other native speakers on these boards (not the mexico board, but the whole site, I mean).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp2003

    You do very well. Much more articulate than some other native speakers on these boards (not the mexico board, but the whole site, I mean).

    im one of those hahahahahahah
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    Quote Originally Posted by FxFvD
    what about 69 eyes?

    also... do you know some good quality mexican rock or music?
    69 eyes es buena banda en particular me gusta... creo que en los ultimos aos (y ya hace mucho) han salido muy buenas bandas de Finlandia y en general de Europa... (sentenced, nightwish, amorphis, children of bodom, ensiferum, moonsorrow, stratovarius, sinergy, thunderstone, finntroll, implaed nazarene, entwine, the rasmus... uh no! ) etc...)
    en general muchas bandas se les etiqueta por generos... me da risa que cuando yo escuchaba bandas como Unleashed 13 aos atras era 100% death metal y ahora veo que le denominan "Viking Metal" cuestion de marketing...

    pero y asi con bandas de black, doom y heavy metal hacen lo mismo siendo que aos atras era solo por geners ahora tratan de descubrir el hilo negro por medio de tematicas que abordan ciertas bandas... folk, viking, bike metal

    de bandas mexicanas yo solia escuchar solo death metal como cenotaph que por cierto no salia de sus ensayos, su vocalista termino iendose con los de Incantation, me gusta solo un disco de luzbel y agrego buried dream, tenebrarum de jalisco (death metal).... makina... no se si existan y que toquen ahora pero 15 aos atras lo hacian bien

    hay un disco que salio y que es de culto de una banda llamada megaton y creo que es de 1986 y que apenas pude conseguir por la net... esta bueno ... por ahi escuche una banda llamada anabantha creo yo pero no me gusto mucho...

    Y si, no es mito siento desilucionar pero brujeria no es mexicano... es un proyecto realizado por miembros de fear factory y napalm death y creo que un integrante de faith no more... no estoy del todo seguro... pero al final creo que les funciono aunque pienso que la letra aparte de divertida es estupida, musicalmente es excelente

    mmm .. hace mucho que no hablo de metal y perdn por el alargue...

    por cierto whitin temptation es muy buena banda... como lo es tristania y after forever...


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    ok here is a somehow called list of good artists bands.
    1200 mics, infected mushroom, metallica, dream, the beatles, psysex, apocalyptica, belle and sebastian , anthrax, bebel gilberto, naglfar, banda eva, bjrk, bob marley, cartel de santa, orishas, depeche mode, jamiroquai, disturbed, ella fitzgerald, eric clapton, frank zappa, miles davis, guns n' roses, pink floyd, gms, beck, bersuit vergarabat, molotov, kiss, black sabath, block party, blur, budha bar, cafe del mar, cafe tacuba, catch 22, children of bodom, cypress hill, dave brubeck, david hudson, dennis leary, dio, salif keita, the doors, el chivi, fantomas, the first stone, ganga giri, guru, hydraglyph, incubus, the decemberists, radiohead, interpol, iron maiden, lamb of god, jethro tul, judas priest, kid frost, kills the pain, korn, konfilct, lauryn hill, led zeppelin, les nubians, liquid tension experiment, M.O.S., mad caddies, mago de oz, manu chao, mano negra, megadeath, moby, motrhead, soulfly, st. germain, sting, sublime, SUV, symphony x, system of a down, talamasca, van van, whitesnake, afroman, coldplay, polo polo, queen, queens of the stone age, kansas, morphine, ike tirner , etc...

    ok too much don't think you need more examples or names of artists. or do you
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    Quote Originally Posted by FxFvD
    Air, Alan Ginsber, Alan Parsons Project, Apocalyptica, Ash Ra Tempel, Auricular, Steve ROach, David Hudson, Sarah Hopkins, Bill Laswell, Bloc Party, Boards Of Canada, Captain Beefheart, Conception, Cream, Dead Can Dance, Death Cab For Cutie, Depeche Mode, Dream Theater, Fantomas (And almost all of the Mike Patton's projects), Frank Zappa, Grateful Dead, Some Of Infected Mushroom, Inti-Illimani, IQ, Jefferson Airplane, Jesus Martyr, John Lennon, John Serrie, Jorge Reyes, Juno Reactor, King Crimson, Lamb, Lamb Of God, Liquid Tension Experiment, Lou Reed, Lustmord, Matisyahu, My Morning Jacket, Neal Morse, Nightewish, Oingo Boingo, Omega, Opeth, John Petrucci, Poison, Postal Service, Rockdrigo (Rodrigo Gonzalez Real Nice Mexican Rock www.rockdrigo.com.mx)
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    Hahaha to continue with the corrections (lol) Polo Polo is not music. Hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacubaya
    Hahaha to continue with the corrections (lol) Polo Polo is not music. Hahaha

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    Ok, I'll play...

    The three cd's without I currently couldn't live : 6 sonatas for solo cello (J.S. Bach) played by Fournier (Cassals is very nice also!); Tous les matins du monde (Marin Marais, Saint-colombe, Lully music from the french renasaince) Jordi Savall and Le Concerts des Nations; The four Brahms symphonies either with Furtwngler, Abbado or Klemperer. (ok! they are more 3 discs!)
    From when I was younger... Bauhaus, Joy Division, The birthday party, Red lori Yellow lori, Pixies, Sex Pistols, ..,
    Sometimes the voices in my head still sing No feelings while going downhill...
    By the way Mr. Warp here is a CD I may recomend you: Son de la guitarra by the Ensamble Continuo; It's a project with the sponsorship of INBA where they went to look for the origins of el Son Veracruzano (they went through a codex and Flamenco in Spain), its a really nice CD of Barroco Jarocho...

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    Oh yeah, I love the Pablo Cassals Cello Suites. Not heard the Fournier. I've got a really cool CD of Glenn Gould interviewing Cassals for Canadian radio.

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    I'd be very interested in listening to that interview! Could we arange something for the April 2 at desierto? Fournier was an aristrocrat, very good technique, elegant and lots of passion on his performance; I see the Cassals interpretation as more romantic, I really wish I could have heard him play the full Suites!
    I have some Bethoven symphonies with Gould, I really like them, it sounds different with the small orquesta and the original instruments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arivas
    I'd be very interested in listening to that interview! Could we arange something for the April 2 at desierto?
    Let me see if I have it here. If I've got it I'll make a copy for you. I may have left it in storage in San Francisco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the last biker
    Rocky Ren :

    Excuse me Sir ? , Do you want a single speed or A SINGLE FINGER....

    Watch your fingers !!!! we have only ten in both hands , please be carefull , don`t put the fingers between the chainrings and the chain , and don`t touch the rotors after a long long donwhill with the brakes on ........

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    hahaha!

    ni se diga cuando hagas una parada tcnica para hacer del bao!! cuidado con el cierre-zipper

    Un abrazo Sir Last Biker o()xxxx()==============>

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROCKY_RENE
    hahaha!

    ni se diga cuando hagas una parada tcnica para hacer del bao!! cuidado con el cierre-zipper

    Un abrazo Sir Last Biker o()xxxx()==============>
    Ouch...

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    Quote Originally Posted by arivas
    I'd be very interested in listening to that interview! Could we arange something for the April 2 at desierto? Fournier was an aristrocrat, very good technique, elegant and lots of passion on his performance; I see the Cassals interpretation as more romantic, I really wish I could have heard him play the full Suites!
    I have some Bethoven symphonies with Gould, I really like them, it sounds different with the small orquesta and the original instruments.

    Antonio Rivas
    I really love Gould's playing. I've probably got 3 versions of the Goldberg Variations kicking around, but that's still my favourite. He was so young when he recorded that, too. I'm not a "traditionalist" with music. I love it played on the piano probably more than the clavichord.

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    I'm also not a traditionalist just got the luck to find a nice music store where the owner loves music and enjoys talking about it, they make good recomendations and it's not quite expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arivas
    I'm also not a traditionalist just got the luck to find a nice music store where the owner loves music and enjoys talking about it, they make good recomendations and it's not quite expensive.
    Where is the store?

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