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    What song are you listening too at the moment?

    "Wo Bist Du" by Rammstein is the song I am listening too at the moment. It is an epic sweeping peice, but menacing and eery at the same time. You have the feeling you are in the ship on the cover of the Rosenrot album in an icy sea somewhere. I get chills down my spine each time I listen to it.



    It is one of the greatest songs ever..... my unworthy ears...

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    Concerto No. 1 for cello and orchestra in G major. Carl Stamitz

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    I have been listing to "You're So Fine" by Garbage for about the last 5 days working on a video on and off.

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    "Weisses Fleisch" by Rammstein, one of the older and heavier works. Alot angier than the stuff they do now. Still an awesome listen and a great piece of metal, the German language makes it sound angrier than it is.

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    Y'all are cultured... I'm listening to Jay-Z Unplugged mixed with Prince's Greatest Hits... only way to get through a ton of paperwork...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kwanford Wife
    Y'all are cultured... I'm listening to Jay-Z Unplugged mixed with Prince's Greatest Hits... only way to get through a ton of paperwork...
    Yeah, I'm part of the uncultured set as well. I'm listening to Our Lives by The Calling. Oops, and now I'm listening to Summer of '69.

    But later on this playlist is La Vie En Rose, Edith Piaf. See, I'm cultured! It's French and I even know what the words mean. (five years of French have to get you something)

    I'm off to go listen to some Bach or something.

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    The Swing Kids soundtrack

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanibu
    I have been listing to "You're So Fine" by Garbage for about the last 5 days working on a video on and off.
    Make that 6.

    I love the song Summer of 69!

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    Aftere watching The Tonys I have "Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons " playing non stop. I am especially loving "Opus 17 (Don't You Worry 'Bout Me). Hit this link for a sample of Four Seasons songs.

    http://www.jerseyboysbroadway.com/

    Also go to the "media section" for some video from the musical.

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    MUPPETS!!!!

    I know I'm a dork , but I've been listening to the "Muppet movie," and "Muppet Treasure Island" soundtracks for a while. I'm also listening to East Village Opera Company, Cirque du Soleil (Quidam), The Roots ('The Seed 2.0' - Phrenology), and random spurts of Teddy Geiger celebrating the end of school.

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    Alice Cooper did a great song with the Muppets, I loved it. Also one of the best shows (Alice Cooper) I have ever seen, his theatrics were fun and somewhat stunning at the time - even though I wasn't incredibly fond of his music. But that title will go to either U2 at Red Rocks Amphitheater here in Colorado - the rain was awesome! - or Ella Fitzgarald (in her late 70s) at the old Denver Colosseum - that might not have been the name of the area, but I can't quite remember. Her Bass player was one of the best I have ever heard. I think his name was Kiko.

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    Sextet for Glassharp. Johann Friedrich Reichardt

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    Just got taylor Hicks' new post idol album. The actual one is in the fall.

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    Mostly Beethoven, but anything classical pretty much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanibu

    I love the song Summer of 69!
    Ah, yes! My favorite Bryan Adams song!

    The Topsy Turvy soundtrack - I Gilbert & Sullivan operettas. We just saw an outdoor production of "The Yeoman of the Guard" this weekend.

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