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    Ja mata, TosaInu Forum Administrator edyzmedieval's Avatar
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    Cool Favourite song

    Title explains everything....

    Mine: Nelly feat. Murphy Lee & P.Diddy - Shake Ya Tailfeather
    Joe Budden - Pump It Up
    Ludacris - Act A Fool
    Fabolous - NBA Live 2003
    Lil Bow Wow - Playin'The Game
    Lil Bow Wow - Basketball
    DMX - Party Up in Here
    and many other rap and hip hop....

    If you check all of them, almost all from soundtracks
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    Very hard question as there are so many....

    Here are a few of my real absolute favs -

    Hallowed be thy name - Iron Maiden

    Fear of the dark - Iron Maiden

    Chop Suey! - System of a down

    Walk - Pantera

    Fade to black - Metallica

    Symphony of destruction - Megadeth

    Stairway to heaven - Led Zeppelin

    Crazy Train - Ozzy Osbourne

    War Pigs - Black Sabbath

    And then there was silence - Blind Guardian

    All classics, every single one.
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    GARCIN: I died too soon. I wasn't allowed time to - to do my deeds.
    INEZ: One always dies too soon - or too late. And yet one's whole life is complete at that moment, with a line drawn neatly under it, ready for the summing up. You are - your life, and nothing else.

    Jean Paul Sartre - No Exit 1944

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    Yeah Jag has got it going on up there.

    Mine are: Stairway to Heaven led zep, For those about to Rock AC/DC, Highway to Hell AC/DC, Rock and Roll by zep, In the Evening by led zep, and countless other by zeppelin, AC/DC and every hendrix song, as well as The Who, but my all time fav would have to be Won't get fooled again by The Who
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    All along the watchtower performed by Hendrix

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    I must be psychic, Those were the exact bands that I thought JAG would like...

    Anyhoo :

    Pomp and Circumstance

    Lyla

    Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves

    Always have time for those 3...
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    if i had to pick an all time best i have to go with every breath you take by the police...
    "If given the choice to be the shepherd or the sheep... be the wolf"
    -Josh Homme
    "That's the difference between me and the rest of the world! Happiness isn't good enough for me! I demand euphoria!"
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    Default Re: Favourite song

    This is something of a fudge, because I can't pick a favourite song in any way; but if you made me say one, I'd go with Wish You Were Here.
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    Either "Heartbreaker" performed live by Zeppelin or "Voodoo Child (slight return) by Hendrix.

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    Dogs - Pink Floyd.

    I just listened to 'Animals' twice in a row, though, so this changes depending on whatever ever album i've just listened to.
    "Strangers passing in the street, by chance two separate glances meet, and i am you and what i see is me"

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    "None of Them Knew They Were Robots" - Mr Bungle
    "A Message To Our Sponsor" - Jello Biafra
    "When Good Dogs Go Bad" - Dillinger Escape Plan
    "Darkness" - Rage Against the Machine

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    Most of mine come from two old cassettes, one called Tarleton's Jig, the other Strawhead.
    "We be soldiers three", good old seventeenth century drinking song.
    "The Battle of Oudernarde"
    "The Sacking of Cadiz"
    "Napoleon on St. Helena"
    "Through Smoke and Fire" song about the capture of Qubec, 1759.
    "Noble Argyll"
    "Over the Hills and Far Away"
    "The Burial of Sir John Moore" sad and poignant.
    "Rochester Recruiting Sergeant"
    The soundtrack from Ben Hur is wonderful too, as are classics such as "Jerusalem", yet on the whole, I'm a military music man.
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    Default Re: Favourite song

    Hard one. In no paticular order
    Freebird-Skynyrd
    Stairway to Heaven - Led Zep
    Shine on you Crazy Diamond - Floyd
    Wish You were here - Floyd (those 2 are like really close)
    Klavier - Rammstein
    Highway to Hell - AC/DC
    Der Panzerlied - Some German dude
    Ride of the Valkyries - Wagner
    Sweet Home Alabama - Skynyrd
    Dixie Land - Elvis (woot for Elvis)
    Marche Slave - Tschiakovsky
    1812 Overture - Tschiakovsky
    Hotel California - Eagles
    Layla - Derek and the Dominoes
    White Room - Cream
    Hammer to Fall - Queen
    '39 - Queen
    Anything by Verdi
    Gimme back my bullets - Skynyrd
    and so on and so forth...

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