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I'm more of a modern classical (not contemporary music. I want to take contemporary music and burn it) person, so I prefer works by people like Rachmaninoff and Vivaldi (well he didn't write all modern classical, but he wrote some pieces). Sadly I don't like Beethoven much.

French music is also somewhat nice, mainly since Chopin is my favorite composer, then you have people like Debussy and whatnot.

But I also like sort of 'medium' jazz, which isn't as laid back as it can be, but isn't that same bustling tone you'd get with those 'big bands'. Sort of like the music you hear at restaurants.

Finally I suppose I am a fan of techno, or really any song that's catchy enough to get stuck in my head.

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Nirvana, Black Sabbath, Kiss : most works.
Kansas - Carry on my Wayword Son, Led Zeppalin - Heartbreaker.
Other bands i like are:Beatles
Foo Fighters
Green Day.


;)

In no real order;
Dragonforce
Nightwish
Luca Turilli
Metallica
Children of Bodom
Iced Earth
Against Me!
Gackt
HIKKIE! (That's Utada Hikari to all you non-believers...)
[She did the Kingdom Hearts theme..]
Trans-Siberian Orchestra
System of a Down
Nirvana
J-pop and J-rock esp. Bleach intros/outros.
Queen
Lost Prophets
Pantheon (Local band.)
Blind Guardian
Grave Digger (EXCALIBUUUUUUR! TAKE ME ON YOUR WINGS!)
Arch Enemy
In Flames
Evile (Another local band - You heard of them here first, though!)
Soilworks
Alkaline Trio
Captain Dan
Muse
The Beatles
Foo Fighters
The Killers
Hoosiers
The Troggs
Rammstein
Flyleaf


Blood Will Flow, When the Eagle Cries...

Can't believe I missed that one...

I'd also like to add Harry Gregson-Williams and Nobuo Uematsu. They did the MGS2 and FFVII: AC music respectively.

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Hmm...

Belle & Sebastian
Placebo
Scissor Sisters
Goldfrapp
Camera Obscura
Air
Daft Punk
Interpol
Ladytron
Cocteau Twins
Lush
The Pixies
Ministry
Royksopp
Siouxsie and the Banshees
The Magnetic Fields
The Raveonettes
The White Stripes
Of Montreal
Fluke
Franz Ferdinand
Clinic
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
The Jesus and Mary Chain
The Dresden Dolls


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Dave Matthews?


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Normandy wrote:
French music is also somewhat nice, mainly since Chopin is my favorite composer, then you have people like Debussy and whatnot.



Are you dissing Debussy? His Arabesque 2 is one of my favourite pieces, well mainly because I just played that in a concert. Chopin is very good. My favourite piece by him would probably be Grand Polonaise.

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I've got some pretty old stuff on my playlist:

Ventures, Shadows, Beatles, America, Eagles, Dire Straits, REM

The more contemporary stuff would be:

Goo goo dolls, Oasis, Nirvana, U2, Cranberries, Rilo Kiley, Jonathan Coulton, Regina Specktor

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Daft Punk
Rob DOugan
Some Beatles and other stuff from 60's-70's
Pretty much all 80', 'cept hair metal.
John Williams
Hans Zimmer
Jeremy Soule

on top of my head right now.

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Boba Fetuccini wrote:
John Williams
Jeremy Soule

I dribble pineapples when those guys compose.

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Exethalion wrote:
Boba Fetuccini wrote:
John Williams
Jeremy Soule

I dribble pineapples when those guys compose.

...you do what?

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