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  • tpryce93
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    I just discovered this song, and it's already one of my favorites of all time, which is weird because i don't listen to alot of Ska besides Sublime.

    Resin-The Supervillains

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nzwku2K79_E

    the acoustic version:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PODU89VXFho

    "Resin, you stick to my fingers, but you get me high and you get me by, and so i figure, woaaah"

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  • 80stheman
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    There are soooo many that it's hard to chose favorites, and like RodSmithRules said, mine can change weekly, but if I were to pick one favorite, it's "Good Company" by Queen.

    If you're not a big Queen fan you may not be familiar with it. It's on A Night At The Opera, and it's right before "Bohemian Rhapsody". Listen closely - the piccolo, clarinet, trombone, the whole dixieland band at the end - that's all guitar, played by the incomparable Brian May (who's also singing and playing the ukulele).

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  • aberdien
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    Originally posted by xX-Bronco-Xx View Post
    Three Little Birds by Bob Marley - Look at Santeria

    This is a favorite song of mine along with the following...if I was stuck on a desert island and could only listen to 10 (11 counting Bob Marley) songs:

    The Cure - Just Like Heaven
    The ultimate love song. Lyrics are poetic and real. The dreamy guitar riffs and that piano are great. Beautiful song.

    Neutral Milk Hotel - Untitled
    Bagpipes man, how more badass can you get?

    The Beatles - Norweigian Wood
    Lyrics are rad, sitar is rad, catchy.

    The Velvet Underground - Heroin
    Great song. I love how it goes from simple and slow, to fast and chaotic. Genius.

    Radiohead - 2+2=5
    Great guitar work, lyrics are neat and deal with 1984.

    Terminal - Dark
    It just inspires me to go do something inspiring. Haven't done anything inspiring yet, but still a great song.

    Blind Melon - Change
    Wonderful lyrics. Guitar is great, plus theres mandolin and harmonica.

    Guns N' Roses - November Rain
    The most impressive GnR song easily. That piano is great and Slash's greatest guitar performance in my opinion.

    Rush - La Villa Strangiato
    What a performance. Shows the skills of all 3 members on instruments.

    Digable Planets - Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat)
    Chill all the way around.


    I'll probably add more later, it's impossible to make a list like this with just 10. I tried to do 10 without taking into account nostalgia though.

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  • tpryce93
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    It's so hard to choose. But if i had to pick one i'd say:

    South of Heaven-Slayer

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwLtTa2trRs

    Honorable mentions:


    Angel of Death-Slayer

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0AGUywHntw

    Floods-Pantera

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8nx1nuq1Pt4

    The Underground in America-Pantera

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AgL1KzqODiU

    Ride the Lightning-Metallica

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uebInqG1pJI

    For whom the bell tolls-Metallica

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XX-KjkdDozQ

    Bonded by Blood-Exodus

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHA0GuvgbEM


    And countless others.

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  • broooks77
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    Originally posted by xX-Bronco-Xx View Post
    No thread about this orly?

    Take Me Home, Country Roads by John Denver - Not from West Virginia but this song is relates because it talks about the place you consider home and the song reminds me of back in the days when I was a kid and everything was all good but yet it brings back a tinge of sadness that you will never get it back because now they are nothing but memories.

    Santeria by Sublime - Love to just sit back and toke to this song.

    Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen - It's Queen and this song is an epic and the "story" behind this song will never be known and is basically all speculation.

    Three Little Birds by Bob Marley - Look at Santeria

    Cancer by My Chemical Romance - I bet everyone that read this was like WTH? but I don't care because this song is so sad and touching. Lol that sounded emo.

    She Hates Me by Puddle of Mudd - This song has more of a nostalgia factor to it because I remember back in the 5th grade at camp we literally played this all night in the cabin screaming at the top of our lungs.

    Longview by Green Day - Listen to the song and see if it reminds you of someone


    Today by Smashing Pumpkins - It's another one of those make you feel good type of songs and it's by the GOAT's Smashing Pumpkins!

    Basically those are the ones I can think of off the top of my head....and a little of my ipod but yeah what are your favorite songs?
    I love that song!

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  • Broncbeat
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    I love so many songs! Love the country sound going on right now like these:

    She's Country - Jason Aldean

    Boots on - Randy Houser

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  • RodSmithRules
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    There are too many

    My "favorite" songs usually change weekly.

    One - Metallica: probably my favorite song of all time, if I had to choose one.

    The Incomparable Mr. Flannery - Clutch: it's so hard to pick just one Clutch song.

    A Boy Named Sue - Johnny Cash: need I say more?

    Walk - Pantera: again, it's hard to pick only one song.

    The Chosen Pessimist - In Flames: this is not what you'd expect from In Flames, but it is amazing.

    There are a lot more. I should probably get back to work, though.

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  • Broncbeat
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    Right now its all about these songs

    Firecracker by Josh Turner..reminds me of my wife!

    Your Man by Josh Turner..same reason as above

    And Justice for All by Metallica..good song and says alot about our justice system and how it is now. "Halls of justice are painted green"

    Any and all Beatles, Led Zepplin, George Strait, Trace Atkins, Toby Keith and Kenny Chesney songs!

    Chrome!
    Last edited by Broncbeat; 07-20-2009, 06:46 AM.

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  • jcdavey
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    paschendale iron maiden and run to the hills by iron maiden

    loser by beck

    a.d.i.d.a.s. by korn

    holy wars...the punishment due by megadeth

    creeping death and sanitarium by metallica


    (really though, those bands listed above, i like just about all their songs)

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  • xX-Bronco-Xx
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    Favorite Songs

    No thread about this orly?

    Take Me Home, Country Roads by John Denver - Not from West Virginia but this song is relates because it talks about the place you consider home and the song reminds me of back in the days when I was a kid and everything was all good but yet it brings back a tinge of sadness that you will never get it back because now they are nothing but memories.

    Santeria by Sublime - Love to just sit back and toke to this song.

    Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen - It's Queen and this song is an epic and the "story" behind this song will never be known and is basically all speculation.

    Three Little Birds by Bob Marley - Look at Santeria

    Cancer by My Chemical Romance - I bet everyone that read this was like WTH? but I don't care because this song is so sad and touching. Lol that sounded emo.

    She Hates Me by Puddle of Mudd - This song has more of a nostalgia factor to it because I remember back in the 5th grade at camp we literally played this all night in the cabin screaming at the top of our lungs.

    Longview by Green Day - Listen to the song and see if it reminds you of someone

    Today by Smashing Pumpkins - It's another one of those make you feel good type of songs and it's by the GOAT's Smashing Pumpkins!

    Basically those are the ones I can think of off the top of my head....and a little of my ipod but yeah what are your favorite songs?
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