Music that really gets you going!

soup or man

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you know the song...it starts up and you can just feel the adrenaline start pumpin'. so what songs do it for you? here's a few of mine...

Sugar- System of a Down
We Like to Party- Vengaboys :D(im such a nerd :()
most songs by Slipknot
Push it- Static-X
Liquid Seperation- Frontline Assembly
Opening Theme to Evangelion
Wait for the Sun- High Standard
 
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Brimful of asha - Fatboy slim/Norman Cook remix - if you ain't heard it, download it its a damn good song.
 

OutlawStar

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Well, here's a short list

Movin' Around - Vengaboys
Moby - Natural Blues
Eiffel 65 - Silicon World(heh heh)/My Console (these are good geek songs)
Low Fidelity Allstars - Battleflag
Most stuff from Aphex Twin and Squarepusher
Do I sense a trend....?

Yes I'm a techno Phreak
 

Jal

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Sweet - Ballroom Blitz
 
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Anything remotely Punk.
 

Prodigy^

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most good trance....and Green Day - Nice Guys Finish Last
 

Dooling37

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Anything by Tupac.

Also some older Fugees, Tribe, some DMX, some BIG, etc...
A rare few rock/alternative songs also...
 
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You guys are so....normal.

Final Fantasy Orchestrated music does it for me. Whoever did that sh!t are damn fine composers. But don't get me wrong, I listen to alot of other garbage. It's just that these Final Fantasy Masterpieces really lift you up.
 

Passions

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Nine Inch Nails - March of the Pigs.
 

dennilfloss

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Sunday Morning (No Doubt)
I'm Alive (ELO)
No Limit (2 Unlimited)
Rock And Roll Part 2 (Gary Glitter)
O Fortuna (from Carmina Burana, Carl Orff)
Mama Weer All Crazee Now (Quiet Riot)
Flashdance (Irene Cara)
You Could Be Mine (Guns N Roses)
Ride Of The Walkyries (Wagner)
 

kduncan5

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Pocketful of Kryptonite.....:Q (Spin Doctors?) -kd5-
 

DAM

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ohh [/b]shit[/b] red you like rage? damn.


anything by Rage
the soundtrack to The Matrix
sugar -SOAD
smack my bitch up -Prodigy
ghetto anthem -DMX
wait and bleed -slipknot
push it -Static X
original Korn stuff
break stuff -Limp Bizkit

and a million other songs..



dam()
 

MisterM

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SlickWilly:

Nobuo Uematsu is the mastermind behind the Final Fantasy Symphonic Suite, together with S. Hamaguchi. I love it, it´s my absolute favourite, and I am desperately seraching for comparable music, but i can`t find it! :(

I too listen to lots of other music, from Classical to Techno to Ska, but the Symphonic Suite is just perfect. :)

Final Fantasy VIII - Fisherman's Horizon (Orchestral)
Final Fantasy VIII - Fithos Lusec Wecos Vinosec (Regular)
Final Fantasy VIII - Fragments of Memories (Regular)
Final Fantasy VIII - Fragments of Memories (Orchestral)
Final Fantasy VI - Celestas Theme

Are some of my favorites, but actually I love them all! :)
 

IvoryGrail

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Pet Shop Boys- Go West
Billy Joel- We didn't start the fire
Street Fighter- Instrumental songs
Enigma- Return to innoocence/Sadness(don't ask why)
Enrique Iglesias- cosas del amor

Any John Williams score(the action oriented ones).

Not hardcore to y'all by any means but it does the job for me;)

 

kduncan5

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Red, you just blew my mind!!! I honestly cannot believe that ANYONE else, in this day and age, had ever heard of Mahavishnu Orchestra! And the Birds of Fire album to boot!! I bought that album when it first came out! 'Course I haven't been able to listen to it since my turntable bit the dust, but I remember it well..... How about an album by the drummer Billy Cobham - Spectrum, or the electric violinist Jerry Goodman - Ariel?
Ever heard them? If you haven't, check 'em out! -kd5-
 

erikiksaz

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most of the slipknot songs (sic, wait and bleed, surfacing, purity) and korn (blind, lies, falling away from me, trash, make me bad)
 

MisterM

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DP! :Q (4 days until I get to use an cable modem again! Just 4 days!)
 

MisterM

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Mmmm.....Frank Zappa! Another favorite of mine! :)

Ring Of Fire (Frank Zappa) ;)
 
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Any song that starts in with heavy, overdriven, enunciated guitar riffs, or songs that start out slow and build up suddenly to a breakneck speed. Pretty much any old Metallica, MegaDeth, etc.




Loud, I wanna hear it loud, right between the eyes
Loud, I wanna hear it loud, don't want no compromise.
- Gene Simmons
 

dennilfloss

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Hehe Red Dawn, :)

Listening to Dina Moe Hum still makes me want to grab a toke! But overall, I prefer his One Size Fits All and Fillmore East, June 1971 albums. Apostrophe, Roxy And Elsewhere, We're Only In It For The Money (unlike Metallica ;)) and Bongo Fury are also amongst my favourites.
;)

"Mmm, tweezers...Lemme sterilize them. Give me your lighter!"

Zappa Forever! :D

I'm The Slime (Frank Zappa)
 

kduncan5

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Red, the Italian band wouldn't be Premiata Forneria Marconi (or PFM for short) would it? I have 1 album by them (Photos of Ghosts), 5 albums by Brand X: Unorthodox Behaviour, Moroccan Roll, Livestock (my favorite), Product, XTRAX, plus one by Jack Lancaster and Robin Lumley called Marscape.

How about a German band called Can? Or a French band called Gong? Or Curved Air? Sh*t! I could go on and on!!!

My entire album collection (465) is devoted to the extraordinary! -kd5-

I forgot to mention that I also have Weather Report, Mysterious Traveller and Heavy Weather. Tom Scott & The LA Express, Passport, Jean-Luc Ponty, Jean-Michel Jarre, and many others.....
 

dennilfloss

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At 16 I thought Ruth Underwood was sooooooooooooooo sexy! She could have played my bongos anytime. :)

The only PFM album I have is Cook. I saw them in Toronto in 1974, playing with ELP's old equipment. LOL

The Torture Never Stops (Frank Zappa)
 

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