Music

Discussion in 'Europe' started by Penny, May 11, 2004.

  1. Penny

    Penny Supermoderaginaire

    Without music, life would be a mistake!

    Music is my passion! :) I love it so much, I couldn't live without it... I'd like to know what's everyone's favorite types of music, and favorite artists/bands/singers/etc. A way to know each other better, also, I didn't want to leave the new Europe forum like this, without 1 music thread at least! :p

    So, as some of you might know already (if you've been here for at least 2 years!), I'm a huge Beatles fan... I'm into all kinds of rock, from British invasion to psychedelia to hard-rock, to punk-rock, to prog-rock... also pop music BUT not shit dance-pop or commecial songs that were created with artificial instruments on a computer and with the same stupid lyrics that weren't even writen by the singer but by a specialist who spends his/her life writing songs for stupid teens and give them to people like Britney Spears... I mean stuff from the 60's-70's of course and also from today, like, for example, Blur... I'm also into folk music, soul, blues, jazz, classical, and some experimental stuff. To name all the artists I'm a fan of would take me an hour, but I make a top 10 of my favorites at the moment:

    * The Beatles (+ solo careers, especially Lennon and Wings)
    * The Rolling Stones
    * Pink Floyd
    * Jimi Hendrix
    * Janis Joplin
    * Bob Dylan
    * The Doors
    * The Who
    * Led Zeppelin
    * The Velvet Underground

    As for modern bands, my favorite at the moment are the Strokes, I'm such a huge fan of their last album, Room On Fire -
     
  2. Flowerian

    Flowerian Senior Member

    My Top Ten is:

    - The Byrds
    - The Who
    - The Mamas and Papas
    - Scott McKenzie
    - Bob Dylan
    - Jimi Hendrix
    - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
    - Cat Stevens
    - The Doors
    - Simon&Garfunkel


    I don't like most of todays music... stupid music, stupid lyrics, no message, only money.
     
  3. borut16

    borut16 Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    The Beatles(also solo, specially George and JOhn)
    Rage Against The Machine
    The Cranberries
    Art Of Noise
    ..
    various stuff...seriously, about everything, but reggae/ska, rock(of pretty much every kind) mainly.
     
  4. Penny

    Penny Supermoderaginaire

    Don't be so negative... there is so much great music today, you just have to look for it a little harder! If you need advice, don't hesitate, I'm here!! :)
     
  5. boog

    boog A square peg

    hmm have mighty diverse music taste's.
    my top ten in no particular order
    Ministry
    Sonic youth
    Syd Barrett
    Swans
    I.C.P.
    Pretty Things
    Autopsy
    Anal ****
    Goblins
    L7
    Bikini kill
    Atari Teenage Riot

    oop seem to have got carried away there.
    ahh well you get the idea :)
     
  6. Penny

    Penny Supermoderaginaire

    I love the Pretty Things! :p SF Sorrow is an amazing album... I think I'm gonna go post a thread on it on the music forum!
     
  7. Penny

    Penny Supermoderaginaire

    I fogot to mention that I love reggae too! I'm a fan of Bob Marley and also Peter Tosh, and some other stuff :)
     
  8. Shadowplay

    Shadowplay Member

    Just like the rest of you, I listen to a lot of different stuff. I love folk music, especially the Balkan kind (with emphasis on gypsy orchestras), but when it comes to pinning down a few favourite bands, I'll stick to more 'conventional' bands:

    1) Joy Division
    2) Sixteen Horsepower

    (no particular order):

    Bob Dylan
    Tindersticks
    Slowdive
    Dead Can Dance
    Siddharta
    bob hund
    Johnny Cash
    Skinny Puppy
    Cranes
    Stina Nordenstam
    Lisa Germano
    Scheer
    etc.......

    peace
    -Pat
     
  9. migle

    migle Senior Member

    very hard to select 10 groups or artists, but i will try, i couldn't give them an order:

    TooL
    NIN
    Placebo
    The Doors
    Nirvana
    RATM
    Deftones
    Berri Txarrak
    Ktulu
    Pearl Jam
    and many more, but they are too much... it's great to listen to very different music styles.
     
  10. wiufcaoltp

    wiufcaoltp Welcome To The Interzone

    The Beatles
    The Stones
    Floyd
    Can
    Velvets
    Hendrix
    Soft Machine
    Dylan
    Nick Drake
    Doors

    This is in no order at all, and anyway, lot's of these would make it into my top 20 but probably not top 10 if I sat down and thought about it for an hour. I exclude so many important ones. Oh well, that's life.

    I like 60's pop, I like the avant-garde/expiramental scene of the 60's and 70's (Velvets to CAN to Gong to Zappa etc. for those not clear), rock (many kinds) soul, jazz and more more more.
     
  11. moominmamma

    moominmamma Member

    Like the rest of you, I like a lot of different types of music,from classical to rock,and I love violin music(I play the violin) particularly Stephan Grapelli and gypsy violin music.

    But ten favourite bands/artists(this is going to show my age!)

    Peter Gabriel
    Bruce Springsteen
    Joni Mitchell
    Caravan
    REM
    Janis Joplin
    Marvin Gaye
    early Genesis
    Simon and Garfunkel
    Willy Nelson

    Thats todays list,tomorrow it could completely change!
     
  12. Penny

    Penny Supermoderaginaire

    Like wiuf I'm really into the avant-garde/experimental scene of the 60's and 70's, I'm a huge fan of CAN, GONG, Frank Zappa, etc. The Planet Gong forum that wiuf and I created about a year ago will be back soon, and people who share the same tastes can join us! :)
     
  13. SnowySkye

    SnowySkye Member

    Ataries
    Greatful Dead
    Pink Floyd
    John Mayor
    Steve Miller Band
    Aerosmith
    Travis Tritt
    Beatles
    Sheryl Crow
    Willie Nelson
    The Donnas

    And many more but I have drawn a blank

    Peace and Love to alllllllllllll
     
  14. Carnivore

    Carnivore Visitor

    Nick and Laety already know my tastes well, but these are some of my favorite artists:

    Can
    The Jimi Hendrix Experience
    Pink Floyd
    Miles Davis
    John Coltrane
    The Beatles
    King Crimson
    The Velvet Underground
    Brian Eno
    The Talking Heads
    Aphex Twin
    Radiohead
    R.E.M.

    I have multiple albums of all of these artists.

    There are also many artists that I don't have much of, maybe one or two albums, but whom I still like, such as:

    (Early) Genesis
    Prince
    Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention
    Sonic Youth
    Tool
    Tangerine Dream
    Sigur Ros
    Marvin Gaye
    David Bowie
    James Brown
    Santana
    Television

    I cannot express in words how much I love music. The things that it can (and does) do for people is simply unprecedented.
     
  15. Southernman

    Southernman Boarischer Rebell

    all of the above mentioned and

    *Steve Hillage
    *Neil Young
    It's a Beautiful Day
    Curved Air
    *Beggars Opera
    *Subject Esquire/Sahara
    Flock
    Edgar Broughton Band
    *Wailers
    Albertos Y Lost Trios Paranoias
    *Alain Stivell
    Brainticket
    Eloy
    *Jane
    *Wishbone Ash
    *Blue Oyster Cult
    *Allman Brothers
    *Saga
    Wigwam
    *Rubens and the Jets (for real)
    Brownsville Station
    Juicy Luicy
    *Lynyrd Skynyrd
    *Hardin and York
    *John Mayall
    *Canned Heat
    *Taste
    *Osibisa
    Family
    King Crimson
    Great Society
    *Mitch Ryder
    *Schroeders Roadshow
    Traffic
    *Colosseum
    *Johhny Winter
    *Guru Guru
    Renaissance
    *Robin Trower
    MC5
    Quicksilver Messenger Service
    *Kansas
    *Kraan
    *Ruphus
    *Man
    James Gang
    Savoy Brown
    Carolyn Maas

    *) seen live in concert
     
  16. bokonon

    bokonon Senior Member

    The post didn't post first time, here is a shorter version...believe it or not.

    Mozart
    Bach
    The Beatles (+ Lennon, McCartney and Harrison solo)
    Pink Floyd (+ Barrett and Waters solo)
    The Velvet Underground (+ Lou Reed solo)
    Brian Eno
    Bob Marley
    Jimmy Cliff
    Marvin Gaye
    The Temptations
    David Bowie
    The Beach Boys
    Ravi Shankar
    Tim Buckley
    Tom Waits
    Janis Joplin
    Bob Dylan
    John Coltrane
    Mahavishnu Orchestra
    --------------------
    The Smiths
    The Pixies
    The Stone Roses
    Nirvana
    The Beta Band
    Radiohead
    Super Furry Animals
    Sigur Ros
    Godspeed You Black Emperor
    Aphex Twin
    Oribital
    The Chemical Brothers
    Pharcyde
    Death In Vegas
    Beck
    Jeff Buckley

    First post had them all neatly genred-up. But you get the idea :)
    Had more 90's rock too, nevermind ay.
     
  17. KozmicBlue

    KozmicBlue Senior Member

    This might become my top 20 instead of top 10 (in no particular order), but lets try:

    The Beatles
    Velvet Underground
    Bob Marley
    The Who
    The Pixies
    PJ Harvey
    Aphex Twin
    Jimi Hendrix
    Bruce Springsteen
    Allman Brothers
    Peter Tosh
    DJ Shadow
    Pink Floyd
    Santana
    The Doors
    Led Zeppelin
    Joni Mitchell
    REM
    Pearl Jam
    Deep Purple
     
  18. moonydancer

    moonydancer Member

    Bach (his music is so ingenious)
    Henry Purcell
    scissor sisters
    Beetles
    Pink floyd
    Bob Marley
    Beach boys
    David bowie
    Lambarena
    Bob Dylan
    Neil Young
    Black eyed peas (yea sue me)
    Placebo
    --M--
    Sniper (french rap music kil me!)
    Saez
    Rammstein
    Simon and Garfunkel


    and so much more!
     
  19. moominmamma

    moominmamma Member

    The Planet Gong forum that wiuf and I created about a year ago will be back soon, and people who share the same tastes can join us! :) [/QUOTE]
    Wow never noticed a Planet Gong forum in the old forums, I look forward to it...,..
     
  20. DoktorAtomik

    DoktorAtomik Closed For Business

    Here's a few of me favourites:


    Afro Celt
    Asian Dub Foundation
    African Head Charge
    Augustus Pablo
    Black Uhuru
    The Blues Brothers
    Chumbawamba
    Cypress Hill
    Chemical Brothers
    Dreadzone
    Dead Can Dance
    Dub Syndicate
    The Disciples
    Eat Static
    Eeek-A-Mouse
    Fields of the Nephilim
    Gong
    The Groundhogs
    Gary Clail
    Hawkwind
    Here and Now
    John Lee Hooker
    The Mad Professor
    Mandragora
    Morcheeba
    Moby
    Massive Attack
    The Mediaeval Babes
    Nik Turner
    Oasis
    Orbital
    Radical Dance Faction
    The Rootsman
    Scientist
    Saddar Bazaar
    Transglobal Underground
    Tappa Zukie
    Zion Train
     

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