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What are some of your Favorite songs?

Posted: Sun, 15th Apr 2007, 2:34am

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Here are some of my favorite Artists and Songs.

Some will require Real Player.

Steven Curtis Chapman:
When Love Takes You In or Real Media
More To This Life
Let Us Pray
Fingerprints Of God
Be Still And Know
All I Really Want
I Will Be Here
Not Home Yet
Remembering You
Heaven In The Real World
The Great Adventure

Michael W. Smith:
This Is Your Time
Awsome God
Healing Rain
Signs
Draw Me Close
Friends Are Friends Forever
I Will Be Here For You
I Give You My Heart
My Jesus, My Savior
Never Been Unloved
Above All
I'll Lead You Home
Human Spark
Breathe
Let it Rain
Step by Step/Forever We Will Sing
Be Lifted High
She Walkes With Me
The Stand

Amy Grant:
Lead Me On
Thy Word

Big Daddy Weave:
Every Time I Breathe

Big Tent Revival:
Choose Life

Billy Gilman:
One Voice

Rebecca st. James:
Breathe
Side By Side
Song of Love
The Power of Your Love
God of Wonders
Expressions of Your Love

Casting Crowns:
Voice of Truth

Donnie McClurkin & Yolanda Adams:
The Prayer

Celtic Woman:
The Prayer
Walking In The Air
The Voice
May It Be
One World
You Raise Me Up

Chris Rice:
Deep enough to Dream

Chris Tomlin:
Indescribable
Holy is the Lord
How Great Is Our God

Darryl Worley:
Have You Forgotten?

Aaron Tippin
You've Got To Stand For Something

Daniel Powter
Bad Day

David Phelps:
No More Night

Diamond Rio
I Believe
In God We Still Trust
One More Day

Jaci Velasquez:
Imagine Me Without You
Adore

JAKE:
Waiting

Johnny Horton:
The Battle of New Orleans

Mark Schultz:
Letters From War
I Have Been There

MercyMe:
I Can Only Imagine

Michael Tait:
Alters

Nichole Nordeman:
Legacy

Phil Vassar:
Just Another Day In Paradise

Plumb:
All My Tears (Be Washed Away)

Randy Travis:
Open The Eyes Of My Heart

SonicFlood:
Cry Holy

Tim Hughes:
Beautiful One

Roger Whittaker:
The Last Farewell
If I Were A Rich Man
Streets of London

Susan Ashton:
You Move Me

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Posted: Sun, 15th Apr 2007, 2:40am

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Hmm, I know hardly any of those, are you from the U.K?

My favorite song right now "And Your Bird Can Sing" by the beatles. I like 60's and 70's music and oldies (From the U.S.)
Posted: Sun, 15th Apr 2007, 2:48am

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All of the artists carda listed are Christian Artists.
Posted: Sun, 15th Apr 2007, 2:53am

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Yes, that would explain it.
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Any of these three have my vote if they ever decide to run for God.
Posted: Sun, 15th Apr 2007, 3:59am

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I'm just curious to see what kind of music people listen to on fxhome.
Posted: Sun, 15th Apr 2007, 4:07am

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ehhh Ill just tell you my favorite artists.

Relient K
Switchfoot
Eleventyseven
Five Iron Frenzy
Weird Al
Posted: Sun, 15th Apr 2007, 4:12am

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My favorite Weird Al song is "American Pie Parody - Star Wars"
Posted: Sun, 15th Apr 2007, 12:01pm

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Weird Al is me and my brother's childhood god. We know a lot more than just his last album that seemed to make it pretty big. Weird Al Forever!
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avenge sevenfold
creed
anthrax
lordi
dragon force
spineshank
stone sour
seether
desturbed
drowning pool
good charlotte

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Posted: Sun, 15th Apr 2007, 1:23pm

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The kooks
Razorlight
Muse
James morrison
Paolo nutini
Lilly allen
The killers

Stuff like that biggrin
Posted: Sun, 15th Apr 2007, 3:56pm

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Ok here we go (this is almost the same music as fxmaniac listed) smile

Sonata Arctica:

- Replica
- San Sebastian
- Kingdom for a heart
- The Cage
- Dream Thieves

Dionysus:

- Time Will Tell
- Forever More

Children of Bodom:

- Lake Bodom
- In your face

Dragonforce:

- Prepare for War
- Revolution Deathsquad

Dragonland:

- Supernova
- Astronomy

Edguy:

- Trinidad
- Hairforce One (this is actually on the back of my Edguy t-shirt that i'm wearing right now)

Freedom Call:

- Farewell
- Carry On
- Hunting High and Low
Posted: Sun, 15th Apr 2007, 4:02pm

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refer to sig
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Christian artists... How sweet. smile

They sing about god all day? Never heard of christian bands here. Must be an american thing.
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A Perfect Circle
ACDC
Aerosmith
Alien Ant Farm
Alkaline Trio
The All-American Rejects
Avenged Sevenfold
Blink 182
The Bloodhound Gang
Breaking Benjamin
Catch 22
Chevelle
The Clash
Daft Punk
Dead Kennedys
Disturbed
DragonForce
Drowning pool
Dweller
The Format
Franz Ferdinand
Godsmack
Good Charlotte
Hellogoodbye
Lustra
Meat Loaf
Nickelback
Nirvana
The Offspring
OK Go
Peeping Tom
Puddle of Mudd
Queen
The Ramones
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Reel Big Fish
Relient K
Rise Against
Sum 41
System of a Down
Tenacious D
Thrice
Trapt
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Sollthar wrote:

Christian artists... How sweet. smile

They sing about god all day? Never heard of christian bands here. Must be an american thing.
Christian rock always seems like such a contradiction to me. Rock music should be written by alcoholic heroin addicts with a life expectancy of no more than 30 years despite being completely indestructable (case in point Keith Richards). Who doesn't love hearing sleazy songs about sex and drugs?

A lot of the christian stuff seems to have a bit of a country vibe so there's another reason for me to dislike it, not my cup of tea in any way.
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Heh, now you mention it, you're right Rawree. Christian Rock does seem to be a bit contradictory in terms of general association.

Though I wasn't aware of the fact that there actually is such a thing as "christian rock". The few christians we have here sing Gospel, if anything.

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Posted: Sun, 15th Apr 2007, 4:49pm

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Rawree wrote:

Who doesn't love hearing sleazy songs about sex and drugs?
/me raises his hand biggrin

I like Christ-influenced rock music. You get the same style and musical skill without having to listen to people complaining about how much they've screwed up their lives with drugs and whatnot. (Of course not all secular rock is like that, but there is a fair amount of it.)
Of course that all comes down to personal taste, and obviously one's relationship with God drastically affects one's taste for such things.
Posted: Sun, 15th Apr 2007, 6:38pm

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Though you may see me as biased about christian rock because I am a christian myself here is something the lead singer of Relient K said in an interview:

Do you mind being labeled as a Christian band?
I dont love it. I dont hate it. I understand why Christian music has a genre. It's like, if you dont label it reduced fat peanut butter then nobody's going to know. But at the same time, you dont call Green Day's American Idiot a Democratic album and it's not in the Democratic section at Wal-Mart. When it comes down to it, music is music and it doesn't matter what you label it. I sing about what I believe in and I'm not ashamed of it.

How do you intertwine your faith into your lyrics and music?Again, it's that introspective thing where I'm writing about my perspective on things. I'm definitely one to admit flaws in myself and I write a lot of songs when I'm trying to overcome something. A lot of times when I'm incorporating my faith into my music, I'm do so because it's the core of me and that's what I need to move on and get past all these obstacles that I seem to be experiencing.
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Ah weall. Each to his own I guess. I couldn't be bothered listening to religious ramblings in my spare time. But then again, I don't really like people singing about anything, hence I listen mostly to instrumental music. Cause if there is a text, I'd have to agree with it. That rules out anything christian to begin with anyways and unfortunately, lots of other things people tend to sing about as well.

But I've learned something new today. There's such a thing as christian rock. I love the word. smile
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Sollthar wrote:

That rules out anything christian to begin with anyways
Why? Sorry if I am going against the rules asking but I am a bit curious.
Posted: Sun, 15th Apr 2007, 6:51pm

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As I said, because I have to agree with the text. And I'm an atheist and anti-religion. So no christian lyrics for me. smile
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I'm sorry to hear that... neutral

Anyways sorry for the off-topic-kind-of-religious post.
Posted: Sun, 15th Apr 2007, 7:14pm

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I went back and updated my list to have links for some of the songs I posted.
Posted: Sun, 15th Apr 2007, 8:38pm

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Sollthar wrote:

As I said, because I have to agree with the text. And I'm an atheist and anti-religion. So no christian lyrics for me. smile
You have to agree with something if you listen to it?


*Bryce makes note to stop listening to half of his music*
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You have to agree with something if you listen to it?
Unfortunately I have that habit, yeah. IF there is text, I listen to it. And if I think it's dumb or I disagree with it, I stop listening to it. So the few "songs" I actually listen to are either made up words or some weird language I don't understand. So I can avoid it. wink

But since I listen to orchestral music, that's rarely a problem. smile
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favorite artists

Relient K- Christian, Pop-Rock, Pop-Punk

Good Charlotte- Alternative

Finger Eleven- Rock

Leland- Cristian Rock
Posted: Sun, 15th Apr 2007, 9:11pm

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Eh, my favourite song at the moment is Apply Some Pressure by Maximo Park.
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"Alive with the Glory of Love" by Say Anything
Posted: Mon, 16th Apr 2007, 10:34pm

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Well, I'm not going to list all the songs I like, but here are some of the artists on my ipod:

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30 seconds to mars
Audioslave
Beck
Beulah
Blue October
Bronson Arroyo
Cake
Coldplay
Death Cab for Cutie
Disturbed
Everclear
Foo Fighters
Fountains of Wayne
Gnarls Barkley
Jack Johnson
The Killers
Linkin Park
Lost on Liftoff
Lostprophets
Muse
Papa Roach
Plain White T's
Radiohead
Rage Against the Machine
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
Rise Against
Shinedown
Snow Patrol
System of a Down
U2
Weezer
Yellowcard
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I'd Also like to mention that "Clap your hands and say Yeah" has by FAR, the Worst Lead singer in history. His voice isn't kinda crappy "Jack white" style. It's Bad in a "I've got no talent at singing, and have no business fronting a band" style. They're one of the few indie rock bands I absolutely Cannot handle hearing.




I also think someone should start a "Least favorite band/song" thread...

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Posted: Mon, 16th Apr 2007, 10:48pm

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Electric Six
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Greenday,
Parkway Drive,
Bullet for my Valentine,
AFI,
The Used,
Red Hot Chillie Peppers,
Evanescence,
Slipnot,
Panic! at the disco,
My Chemical Romance,
Goodnight Nurse,
Cradle of Filth,
Snow Patrol,
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus,
Fallout Boy,
30 Seconds to Mars,
Muse,
Avengend Sevenfold,
Disturbed,
Linkin Park,
Good Charlotte,
System of a Down,
Marilyn Manson,
Static-X,
Papa Roach,
Deftones,
U2,
Unwritten Law,
Richard Cheese- (especially his redo of Down with the Sickness, check him out www.richardcheese.com),
FlyLeaf,
The Living End,
Grinspoon,
The Butterfly Effect,
Behind Crimson Eyes,
Atreyu,
Arktic Monkeys,
Within Temptation,
Aiden,
Sex Pistols,
HIM,
Matchbook Romance

Thats all I can think of atm, I'm so tired lol.....

anyways, yer.

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Top 5 Favorite Songs:

-"Billie Jean" by Michael Jackson
-"Such Great Heights" by The Postal Service
-"Pop Goes The World" by Men Without Hats
-"Beat It" by Michael Jackson
-"Tribute" by Tenacious D

I know, "what the hell?", right? smile
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must admitt though, billie jean and tribute are awsome songs

Daniel
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At the moment I'm pretty into Soulwax and Millionaire, two Belgian bands who use a lot of synths and whatnot to get a kind of rock/dancy vibe going on. Very cool. Some of the "new rave" (or whatever NME is calling it now) like Klaxons and Shitdisco isn't too bad either in small doses. There's a few bands that I've always got time for really: Muse, Rage Against the Machine, Radiohead (more the Kid A/ Amnesiac/ Hail to the Thief stuff at the moment), Jeff Buckley, AC/DC and Velvet Revolver.

Oh and for anyone who cares: I don't recommend having anything by 'Lightning Bolt' in your playlist if you intend on waking up hungover and sticking it on shuffle. Anyone who's heard anything by them will understand.
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My fav. song?
Well.......
Mercy me
casting crowns
Jars of clay
Soil
Beach boys
the who
their alot more that I can't remember the names at this time.