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    Top five (in no particular order) - overlistened to and overloved:









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    Some that I like best, in no particular order:







    (despite the album artwork, it's actually very good.)








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    I have no such thing as a favorite album.

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    Haha, same. I randomly download songs from the internet. :x
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    These are cd's that I can listen to, track by track, with no programming out of crappy tunes:

    The Cure - Greatest Hits

    My Chemical Romance - Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge

    Fall Out Boy - From Under the Cork Tree

    Nirvana - In Utero

    Blink 182 - Greatest Hits

    Say Anything - Is A Real Boy

    Fiona Apple - When the Pawn & Tidal

    Bob Marley & The Wailers - Exodus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfall
    Haha, same. I randomly download songs from the internet. :x
    Eugh. Non-albums. Eugh. Disorganised iTunes. Eugh. Probably genreless songs, or "Other" or "unknown" genres. Eugh. Poor grammar. Eugh.
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    I like:

    Rage against the Machine - homonymous



    Extreme - Pornograffitti (my all-time favorite)



    Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Sugar Sex Magik

    Testament - The Gathering

    Generally, my ideal music is either something uplifting that contributes positively to my mood/happiness, or something energetic that charges me up with "good" anger.
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    There is only one album to mention here, but this is the best album of all time! Absolutely each song here is the kind I'd seek out from the chaos of my playlist, because they are just worth the effort.

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    QD was a good book too, but not as good as The Vampire Lestat.

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    I use the Starfall approach too - I prefer to let whatever pops up on iTunes do it in a random fashion. I am musical and tend to listen to a very broad range of music, I find it impossible to have only a few favourites as my taste ranges from world over rock and pop to classical and opera. Jazz however is not to my taste really for whatever odd reason.
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    regardless of my beta-ness....my favorite albums have been ones made for me, or that i made.

    especially this NOFX one that someone made for me. so much thought went into. it flows so well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra
    Quote Originally Posted by Starfall
    Haha, same. I randomly download songs from the internet. :x
    Eugh. Non-albums. Eugh. Disorganised iTunes. Eugh. Probably genreless songs, or "Other" or "unknown" genres. Eugh. Poor grammar. Eugh.
    Eugh. Doesn't. It. Bother. You. So. Much? Eugh.
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    Hehe, The Vampire Armand was always my fave from those books.

    As for music, I'm so bad with names of bands and stuff, and I really dislike conversations about music. Albums I like a lot:

    Okkervil River - Black Sheep Boy
    Stars - Set yourself on fire
    Regina Spektor - Begin to Hope
    And uhm... The Beatles on shuffle when I'm lazy

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    Quote Originally Posted by eliphalet
    Stars - Set yourself on fire
    I love Stars... I swear, it's pure INFp music.
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    Oo I thought of one.




    I suppose there are some Bad Religion/Greg Graffin albums too...but meh about figuring out which ones...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfall
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    Haha, same. I randomly download songs from the internet. :x
    Eugh. Non-albums. Eugh. Disorganised iTunes. Eugh. Probably genreless songs, or "Other" or "unknown" genres. Eugh. Poor grammar. Eugh.
    Eugh. Doesn't. It. Bother. You. So. Much? Eugh.
    I take pride in my clean, well-groomed iTunes.

    Oh, there's another album I missed which is one of my favourites, if not my very favourite. It could probably replace any of my previously posted ones.



    If you're a downloader, download it. If not, listen to it in samples, then buy it. It truly is a masterpiece.

    What pisses me off is that the guy, Suba, recorded some material in 1999 with Bebel Gilberto (legend), and when his studio was on fire, he tried rescuing it, and died in the process. And he had a lot of potential. Gilberto's album he produced, Tanto Tempo, is quality too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Khamelion
    That really is worth being up there in at least the top 10. It's not even overrated.
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    Raekwon the Chef -- Only Built for Cuban Linx



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    Quote Originally Posted by mustachio
    Raekwon the Chef -- Only Built for Cuban Linx

    That's an awesome album.

    I prefer the GZA and the RZA's stuff, but Raekwon is still a legend.
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    not sure theyre in order. also was it 5? 5 isnt' a lot of albums, but what the hell i participated.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Khamelion
    Oo I thought of one.




    I suppose there are some Bad Religion/Greg Graffin albums too...but meh about figuring out which ones...


    I'd put amnesiac and kid a on a list, too. it's all good. haven't heard the newest album and am not much into thom yorke's solo album.
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    i also love:



    and this one is obscure god damn its good:








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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristiina
    There is only one album to mention here, but this is the best album of all time! Absolutely each song here is the kind I'd seek out from the chaos of my playlist, because they are just worth the effort.

    Although I wouldnt' be able to stand this album I think ENFJs are a bit of a badass with their Se functions and still being intuitives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine Lively
    QD was a good book too, but not as good as The Vampire Lestat.
    you know i couldn't make it through queenofthedamned,.... vamp lestat was the end of the series for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfall
    Quote Originally Posted by eliphalet
    Stars - Set yourself on fire
    I love Stars... I swear, it's pure INFp music.
    you obviously like raidohead
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    Quote Originally Posted by zenbrat
    These are cd's that I can listen to, track by track, with no programming out of crappy tunes:

    The Cure - Greatest Hits

    My Chemical Romance - Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge

    Fall Out Boy - From Under the Cork Tree

    Nirvana - In Utero

    Blink 182 - Greatest Hits

    Say Anything - Is A Real Boy

    Fiona Apple - When the Pawn & Tidal

    Bob Marley & The Wailers - Exodus

    ...for the Emo Kid in YOU!

    i love nirvana, like the cure...fiona apple also quite good. i appreciate bob marley.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lefty
    What do you make of the album?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfall View Post
    I love Stars... I swear, it's pure INFp music.

    I love Stars too, they are close to being my favourite band ever

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    Everything by Sarah McLachlan (Surfacing and Afterglow in particular)
    Sarah Brightman - Greatest Hits (altho Macavity - The Mystery Cat might be the most annoying piece of music I ever listen to)
    Linda Ronstadt - For Sentimental Reasons
    Blank & Jones - Relax
    All albums by Il Divo, Michael Buble and Gregorians (except The Dark Side)
    Most of Loreena Mckennitt's ablums
    Michael Flatley - Feets of flames (I love the longing I perceive in Whispering Wind)
    Mike Oldfield: Songs from a distant earth (that dude reading from the bible in outer space... that was soo cool), Voyager and the last one, Light & Shade (Angelique is in my view one of the best instrumental pieces EVER and the change of rhythm from Tears of an Angel coupled with his guitar... very nice)
    Oh... and I also like Shakira's "¿Dónde están los ladrones?"
    Queen - Greatest Hits especially Greatest Hits II
    Vangelis: 1492 Conquest of Paradise (I must have listened to this album like a gazilion time in highschool)

    and.. the classics...

    Chopin (his Piano Concert No.1 and a compilation of the nocturnes must have been the most listened to classical pieces in my collection)

    Rachmaninov. The bit from Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini used in Somewhere in Time was the very first piece of classical music I ever liked.

    Beethoven.... even if it is overused... it is imposible not to like Für Elise

    Ok... this is taking longer than I anticipated... so... a partial answer will do for now... the above is only a part of the music I listen to... there are more albums... some by singers from my country some from other international starts...

    I see I missed Celine Dion, Amedeo Minghi, Ennio Morricone, Enigma, Moby, Bryan Adams, The Cardigans and Fleetwood Mac and Roxette and a bunch of country music singers like Tim McGraw and Garry Allan and Lonestar... and I've missed mentioning Enya and his sister Moya Brennan (I've listened to her album Two Horizionts so so many times)...
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    Quote Originally Posted by sigma View Post
    Vangelis: 1492 Conquest of Paradise (I must have listened to this album like a gazilion time in highschool)
    OH MY FUCKING GOD, I missed one of the greatest albums of all time. It is absolutely amazing and addictive as fuck. I love it. Vangelis is a brilliant composer of soundtracks. This is one of the few films where the music is better than the film.
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    my favorite beta centric album

    mezzanine by massive attack - I love this album through and through. When I listen to it I think of drug deals, dark seedy rooms, cold sweats, terrorism, and everything horrible in life. it's amazing. seriously, terrorism.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra View Post
    OH MY FUCKING GOD, I missed one of the greatest albums of all time. It is absolutely amazing and addictive as fuck. I love it. Vangelis is a brilliant composer of soundtracks. This is one of the few films where the music is better than the film.
    Agreed, that shit's awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heath View Post
    my favorite beta centric album

    mezzanine by massive attack - I love this album through and through. When I listen to it I think of drug deals, dark seedy rooms, cold sweats, terrorism, and everything horrible in life. it's amazing. seriously, terrorism.
    Shit, this is also a legendary album. This is why I love music: there's so much of it that is quality.

    Also, check this out. It's the best video ever:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra View Post
    Shit, this is also a legendary album. This is why I love music: there's so much of it that is quality.

    Also, check this out. It's the best video ever:

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

    yeah, my two computer goals this weekend were to download and burn a high quality massive attack/air french band discography. I am very well on my way. also, soundgarden was pretty cool, i didn't know the english took to dirty americans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heath View Post
    yeah, my two computer goals this weekend were to download and burn a high quality massive attack/air french band discography. I am very well on my way. also, soundgarden was pretty cool, i didn't know the english took to dirty americans.
    You call Air 'Air French Band'? Interesting. I call them Air.

    Nonetheless, I revel in Air. Have you heard of Zero 7? They're like an English Air who sometimes inject a bit of energy, '70s, and José González into their music. You'd probably like them if you like Air. Also, look into Hooverphonic and Blue States. They're truly magical.
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    i thought air french band was their proper name?

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    Take the lyrics to Land of Confusion.



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    In this song, Phil Collins addresses the problems of abusive political authority.

    In Too Deep is the most moving pop song of the 1980s, about monogamy and commitment.



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    The song is extremely uplifting. Their lyrics are as positive and affirmative as anything I've heard in rock.

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    do you mind? i'm trying to listen to my robert palmer cassette.
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    Phil Collins is alright. I prefer his jazzy side, though.






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