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Old 09-02-2005, 09:14 PM   #1
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What kinda music do you listen to in and out of the car?

I'm thinking about this right now cuz I am listening to some very funky Rip Slyme. It is a Japanese group I doubt many US or non-Japanese people have heard of, but they are good. The did the Opening (OP) for an anime called Gantz. In any case, when I get a new tape deck I will mos def be blasting them in my car. Usually in my car I'll listen to stuff like this:

Mos Def (like the pun?)
CapaRezza (Italian rap)
The Pillows (Japanese rock)
Jay-z
System of a Down

Not much else right now cuz I am too lazy to figure out exactly what I wanna listen to, but I am thinking about this both because of these funky beats I'm listening to and because I just finished watching an anime about a Japanese rock group called Beck.
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Old 09-02-2005, 11:18 PM   #2
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my music tastes vary, i have a thing for "****ty" music.

cd's in my rabbit right now

3 doors down-the better life
adema-self titled
-insomniac's dream
Audioslave-self titled
Barenaked ladies-rock spectacle
Beatles-White album
Blaze ya dead homie-Colton Grundy
Bloodhound gang- mix of a couple cds
cake- fashion nugget+a bunch of random songs
Dada-Puzzle
Dane cook- Harmful if Swallowed
Dark Lotus-Tales from the lotus pod(marz version)
-Black rain
Dave matthews band-under the table and dreaming
Esham-Acid Rain
-Repentence
-tongues
Eve6-self titled
Godsmack-Self titled
-other side
Gorillaz-self titled
Greenday- all their old cds
House of Krazees-Homebound
Infected mushroom- converting vegetarians (both discs)
Insane clown posse-the ep's
- bizzar/bizaar
-the joker's cards
-the forgotten freshness series
-bunch of singles.
jimi hendrix-band of gypsies
Kottonmouth Kings- a couple cd's
KRS-ONE
Louis XIV-The best little secrets are kept
manu chao (i know, i know, european pop music. i only like one song.)
Mindless self indulgence-Frankenstein girls will seem strangely sexy
-you'll rebel to anything (as long as it's not challenging)
Modest Mouse-Building Nothing out of something
-lonesome crowded west
-This is a long drive for someone with nothing to talk about
-764-HERO (single)
Mudvayne-Kill, i oughtta...
-LD. 50
pink floyd- the wall
-echoes
-division bell
presidents of the united states of america
psychopathics from outer space one and two
queens of the stone age
rage against the machine
red hot chili peppers
richard cheese
stephen lynch
the streets (british rap)
sublime
system of a down-self titled
-toxicity
-steal this album
-singles
just about everything twiztid ever did
Zug Izland-Cracked tiles
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Old 09-03-2005, 12:29 AM   #3
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I have no idea why, but I just love bad music. There is something about listening to music that sounds like a train wreck that gets me all happy. This has resulted in a very large collection of mp3s that I couldn't give away.

In the car I listen to the local "alternative" station. When I lived in Southern California I listened to talk radio all day every day. I was addicted to Bill Handel, Phil Hendrie, Howard Stern, and of course Heidi, Frosty, and Frank. Since moving to Utah I have found that the only decent talk radio station is NPR. NPR gets very boring very fast. Oh, and the one AM station that aired Phil Hendrie cancelled it.

So I'll listen to the "alternative" station, or just pop in a Filipino CD and rock out. That's right, I love Filipino music.
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I hate the radio, but having just watched and loved the anime Beck, I should add the two soundtrack to what I will listen to in the car.
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I have no idea why, but I just love bad music. There is something about listening to music that sounds like a train wreck that gets me all happy. This has resulted in a very large collection of mp3s that I couldn't give away.

So I'll listen to the "alternative" station, or just pop in a Filipino CD and rock out. That's right, I love Filipino music.
email the MP3's to me :P i'm allways looking for mp3 to add to my 15+gig colection.

LOL i like bad music too :P i also like metal or "alternitive" too. mostly metal, rap, techno, movie/tv theams, pop, and comedy like paridys etc..

i got a mp3 player deck and can fit bout 100-350 songs on it (depending on quality) it's greatfor long trips or trafic. mabye i'll add a sub too b/c i'm a bass freak :P
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yeah, i'd love to get some of that music, too. don't want to make it too much of a deal, though.
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If someone wants to post up a list of stuff they'd like to be able to download I could get it pretty easily and create a torrent so everyone could get on there and get it with a bit torrent client, but I dunno how big BT is for most non-otaku folks.
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<p>if i can download 17.2 gigs of southpark and 12.4 gigs of ren and stimpy then ican download your music :P yea post it up and give us the link </p>
<p>BTW i have 786K cable </p>
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<p>EDIT: if i knew how to make a torrent i'd post up my 15gig colection </p>
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I have a 1.5 down DSL and I download about 50-60 gigs of anime a week, so there ya go. But I will try to make up a torrent with some funky japanese music and you can tell me how that works out for you first, and then I can do a thing with screen shots about how to make torrents, just for fun.&nbsp;
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Old 09-07-2005, 06:59 PM   #10
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I mainly listen to classic rock in the car. Once in a while I go to the new alt rock station.
I havent got into collecting mp3's. I do lurk in the newsgroups and emule file share for software, pics and movies. Heard of torrents but havent given it a try yet.
My ISP is Cox cable. They say the speed is 4 megabits per sec. Maybe in low usage hours.
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