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Old 10 May 2002, 10:05   #41
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Old 24 August 2002, 00:33   #42
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I used to love the Xenon II theme.

And I also liked the theme from the Arkanoid clone called Amegas. It seems a bit dumb liking that tune but at the time it was catchy.
 
Old 24 August 2002, 00:42   #43
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The song I that is mesmerizing me at the moment is the theme from "Whats Happening!!" by Henry Mancici. Buy a copy today.
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Old 24 August 2002, 00:42   #44
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DOh !

I've just realised this thread is not about game songs !

You want general songs.......

I can't think of 1 - here's a few:

David Bowie - Rebel Rebel
Bob Marley - Coming In From The Cold
Bob Marley - Revolution
Bob Marley - War
Lou Reed - Walk On The Wild Side
Velvet Underground - Sunday Morning
Marvin Gaye - What's Going On
The Jam - The Bitterest Pill
REM - Losing My Religion
Happy Mondays - Step On
Stone Roses - I Am The Resurrection
Stone Roses - Sally Cinnamon
Love - Andmoreagain
 
Old 24 August 2002, 02:00   #45
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If were talking Mancini what about 'Baby Elephant Walk' ... Oh and my vote goes for 'Snap - I've got the power' (my 1st child was *cough* concieved *ahem* to that tune) <-- now thats a memory!
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Old 24 August 2002, 02:09   #46
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Oh and my vote goes for 'Snap - I've got the power' (my 1st child was *cough* concieved *ahem* to that tune) <-- now thats a memory!
So I guess at the time you were playing Snap's The Power quite a lot, or you weren't having sex that often and hence remembered the tune ! haha

I thought only women had any idea on how to work out the concieved date !
 
Old 24 August 2002, 03:27   #47
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Pink Floyd - The Dark Side of the Moon. Basically the album... then and again just about all Floyd and following projects. Not everyday listening but for those occasions when a Floyd sorta mood rolls around. Beck, Bogart, Appice on occasion. Jethro Tull once in a while. Current music I like but these tend to hook me. And just once in a while uncle Frank (Zappa) to keep things lite

And for Fredric: Brain Damage, Floyd I took my medicine... I promise!

PS. Of course Miles Davis, Brubeck and many others when my jazz brain takes over
 
Old 24 August 2002, 03:44   #48
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"Rime of the Ancient Mariner" by Iron Maiden
"Jotun" by In Flames
"Blackstone Wielder" by Candlemass
"P.L.U.C.K." By System of a Down
"Diary of a Madman" by Ozzy
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Some more titles and artists to add to this fine thread

Children of the Sun by Billy Thorpe
Are You Going With Me by Pat Methany Group
Several Species Of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together In A Cave And Grooving With A Pict by Pink Floyd
One of These Days by Pink Floyd
I Robot by Alan Parsons Project
Frankenstein by Edgar Winter Group
Fire On High by ELO
Funeral For A Friend by Elton John
Suspicious Minds by Elvis Presley
Welcome My Friends To The Show That Nevers Ends by Emerson, Lake and Plamer
Free Your Mind by En Vogue
Principles of Lust by Enigma
Moments In Love by Art of Noise
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Old 24 August 2002, 07:28   #50
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David Bowie - Rebel Rebel
Lou Reed - Walk On The Wild Side
Velvet Underground - Sunday Morning
Marvin Gaye - What's Going On
The Jam - The Bitterest Pill
Happy Mondays - Step On
Stone Roses - I Am The Resurrection
Stone Roses - Sally Cinnamon
Love - Andmoreagain
A nice, diverse range of tunes to make any music critic swell over. Reed and VU were the bomb...quite a good choice with Sunday Morning (hell, that entire album is damn near perfect!)
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Old 24 August 2002, 21:48   #51
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You lube Dpainter?
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Old 07 July 2004, 07:43   #52
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The Muppet Show theme song.
Yeah that one rawks.
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Old 07 July 2004, 09:28   #53
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BB King And Stevie Ray Vaughn - Pride And Joy

Fleetwood Mac - Green Manalishi

Sting - Fields of Gold

Cool songs. Oh yes.

Meatloaf should be shot repeatedly. Kid Rock on the other hand should be shot just once, directly between the eyes.
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Coolest song ever... that's a hard one... If coolest doesn't mean the best, it has to be :

Anarchy in the UK (disco version) by the Sex Pistols

This parodic gem can be found on The Great Rock n Roll Swindle soundtrack... pure gold man!
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Old 07 July 2004, 13:26   #55
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A bit on the banal side, but...
what about Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen? This song is a masterpiece in the music history!
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Old 07 July 2004, 20:58   #56
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Spock's Beard - Looking For Answers (from the "SNOW" album)
The Flower Kings - Church of Your Heart (from the "Stardust We Are" album)
KISS - I Still Love You
Dream Theater - Metropolis Pt. 2 (entire album)
The Beatles - Strawberry Fields Forever
John Lennon - Real Love (with a little help from his friends)
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody (of course it's a masterpiece)
Iron Maiden - The Rainmaker
A.C.T - Mr. Landlord
Magic Pie - Change (www.magicpie.net <- my brothers band)



There are a lot more songs that could qualify as the coolest or best songs ever in my opinion, this is just a select few. Obviously.
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Old 07 July 2004, 23:48   #57
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Queen - Breakthru
Marillion - Incommunicado
Bomb the Bass - Megablast (Xennon II)
Devo - Girl U Want
The Darkness - Black Shuck

Thats all I can think of at the moment
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Old 08 July 2004, 00:09   #58
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you want war uh?

Once I Was - Tim Buckley

The Way Young Lovers Do - Van Morrison
Taneytown - Steve Earle
King Of The Hill - Roger McGuinn
Sweet Evening Breeze - John Mellencamp
Jealous Guy - John Lennon
Be My Baby - Ronettes, played by Brian Wilson
Sweet Mary - Janis Joplin
Soul One - Blind Melon
Leaves That Are Green - Simon & Garfunkel
I Am The Resurrection - Stone Roses
Why - The Byrds (ok here i could have said every other song from them but i dig the bass line)
Babelogue - Patty Smith
Embryo - Pink Floyd
The Battle Of Evermore - Led Zeppelin
Mr Mudd And Mr Gold - Townes VanZandt
Just For Today - George Harrison
Tijuanalaska (Tijuana Lady Live) - Gomez
16 Days - Green On Red
The Medicine Show - Dream Syndicate
Sparks - The Who
Cowgirl In The Sand - Neil Young
Cruel Sun - Rusted Root
Hutterite Mile - Sixteen Horsepower
El Picador - Calexico
Hey Jelousy - Gin Blossoms

etc. etc.
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oh yes! and Peter Sellers singing She Loves You of the Beatles, the german version!
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'Clubbed to Death' or 'Furious Angels' by Rob Dougan.

Or 'Tank' by Yoko Kanno.
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