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December 29th, 2014, 01:59
“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination
and life to everything.” ~ Plato


Hello wanderers and dear visitors. Welcome! Welcome!

This is my first thread, hope all goes well.
Hope it caught your interest.
Music is such a important element off our lives. It is for mine at least.
And, it plays a very important role in games too.
But, not only in games and such, but in our all daily lives.
I really love OST's of games, movies, anime's. And interested to hear more.

So, this thread is mainly a place for sharing music you like. To discus about music, listening to music and sharing some good vibes.

What are your favorite music genres?
Any favorite OST from a game or movie or any kind of a favorite music you like to share?
Any favorite instrument, composer, band, singers?
Do you make some music?

I have some my own productions and maybe will share over here.

Anyway, really excited to hear from you. Let the music play.
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December 29th, 2014, 02:01
Since this is a gaming site, I thought to start off with this great music from
Icewind Dale.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B92P1-OUNJo
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December 29th, 2014, 02:09
Hi Black Rune.

I'm actually heavily into what's called library music. It's background music that was never released to the public, but instead, it was sent to various film crews, radio stations, television stations, etc., to use as background music in their works.

Well, it turns out, some of the most creative, wonderful and beautiful music exists on these very rare LPs! Truly amazing stuff, and so much variety of it that it's always a new adventure when you dig through these precious gems.

As for what I would recommend, anything by Music De Wolfe, KPM, Bruton (these are labels, by the way), Selected Sound, Sonoton, etc. For composers, try guys like Alessandro Alessandroni, Alan Hawkshaw, Brian Bennett, Trevor Duncan, Ennio Morricone, Egisto Macchi, Roberto Fogu, Douglas Wood, the list goes on and on and on…

I also rip these albums and share them on the library music forum, which you can find here > http://librarymusicthemes.boardhost.com/index.php

If you're interested, you can dig around on that site and download yourself some mp3s. I personally only rip my own albums, I don't download anything, but I know many do and have huge collections of library music. Dig around a bit, you'll be sure to find something you like

P.S. I came to find this great music from my love of video game OST's and foreign film OSTs. You will start to see a lot of overlap in the library music/soundtrack realm.
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December 29th, 2014, 06:50
As Fluent will appreciate from one of his threads, I'm into OLD music AKA Classical Music!! I don't mind Opera either.

If God said it, then that settles it!!

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I'm afraid my taste in music is the opposite of both of you.

Like I wrote on my profile I love the following music genres.

1. Alternative Metal
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Folk Metal
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Gothic Metal
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Power Metal
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Progressive Metal
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Symphonic Metal
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Hard Rock

I also occasionally listen to country music thanks to my Mother. She played the stuff all the time while I grew up, and I somehow grew to like it.

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December 29th, 2014, 07:48
By any musical definition I would accept, Metal isn't music it's just horrible noise!!

If God said it, then that settles it!!

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December 29th, 2014, 07:53
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By any musical definition I would accept, Metal isn't music it's just horrible noise!!
Don't tell me you were one of those people from the 1970's saying Metal Music was the devils music. Anyway the only bad metal music is Black/Death Metal.

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December 29th, 2014, 08:40
My taste in music is rather eclectic. Though I currently love Symphonic/Power Metal best (hi Couch!), I also love 'classical' music. Actually, I'm less into the real classics, i.e. the Viennese gang, but into those bombastic romantics … Anton Bruckner, anyone? He's for those who think Richard Wagner's stuff is too soft and/or wimpy. Then, I also like many of the 'classical' composers of the late 19th/early-to-mid 20th century - Vaughn Williams, Holst, Bax, Schönberg, Prokofiev, to name a few … the fathers of movie scores, so to say.

Did I mention that I also like movie scores? No? But I do. While I like Goldenthal, Zimmer, Horner and Elfman, I usually can't listen to their stuff for more than 15 minutes straight (well, Horner's the exception I guesss) because I find their stuff a bit too repetitive. I can always listen to Baddalamenti and Cosma, on the other hand (Fluent might want to check those two out if he hasn't already). Young's Hellraiser score is beautiful as well. And should you manage to find the piano version of Cosma's Floarea Soarelui … that's one of the spookiest, most haunting, weirdest pieces of music I ever heard. While it's originally from the Grand Blond movie, it was used - in the piano version - in Les Robots Pensants to its best effect.

Game music: Of all scores by Michael Land, I like that of The Dig the best. Other game scores I find fantastic are those of Cyberstorm and the first System Shock (there's a cool techno mix by Chicajo out there somewhere). And the scores of Bobby Prince and Kevin Schilder will always accompany me - I know all tracks from the Doom, Heretic and Hexen games by heart.

There is much more music out there I really like, but I'm too lazy to type on now .

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December 29th, 2014, 11:20
I love

Hard & Blues Rock:
Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Rory Gallagher, Doors, Neil Young, Cream, Rose Tattoo, Motörhead, Girlschool,The Gits, The Gun Club, White Stripes, Dubroviks

Punk Rock:
Ramones, Clash, Undertones, Distillers, Lurkers, Testors, Poison Idea, Sonny Vincent

Alternative Rock:
Pixies, Dead Kennedys, Deine Lakaien, Frank Black, Hüsker Dü, Philip Boa, Knorkator, Baxter Dury, Low, The Gossip, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Fischer-Z, Honigdieb

Gothic Rock:
Alien Sex Fiend, Bauhaus, Sisters Of Mercy, 69 Eyes, Rhombus, Joy Division, Escape With Romeo, Pink Turns Blue, The Volcanoes

Classic Rock & Beat Music
Rolling Stones, Animals, Beatles, The Who, Heroes Del Silencio, Queens of the Stone Age, Wipers, The Smoke, Adele, Duane Eddy, Volbeat

and many more…

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December 29th, 2014, 17:25
Hi! Thanks to all for sharing. My playlist just got bigger. Did not hear a lot from yours list and there are a lot off great suggestions.
My advantage is, at least I think it is advantage, that I like different music styles and genres. And then I just filter out the rest.

I am really into epic scores (film music), orchestral, instrumental, classic, rock, new age, and electronic where are a lot of sub genres where I like uplifting trance, progressive and vocal trance and some liquid dub and orchestral dub.

So, lately listening a lots of epic scores the winners for me there are Two Steps From Hell, Thomas Bergersen, Hans Zimmer, City Of The Fallen, Immediate Music a few to mention.

Like those old rock bends Dire Straits, Kansas, Metallica, The Scorpions, Guns&Roses, Republic and the list goes on.

Alternative and Progressive Rock is great. Like: The Ancient Order, The Calm Blue Sea, and others.

Chillout my favorite. Some great names: Ólafur Arnalds, Reuben Halsey, Ficci, Roger Shah, Julianna Barwick and many more.

I adore the voice of Lisa Gerard and her album Immortal Memory and her last album Twilight Kingdom are very good.

And maybe trance music is not worth to mention but I still will do.
These are great artists: Andy Blueman, Simon O' Shine, TrancEye, Sava, Armin Van Buuren, Sound Apparel(called the modern Mozart of EDM music), Ahmed Romel and many more.

Just remembered the great pianist Ludovico Einaudi, Paul Collier and Yiruma.

It's a very compressed list but the first names that came to mind and love them a lot.
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December 29th, 2014, 17:30
Originally Posted by Fluent View Post
Hi Black Rune.

I'm actually heavily into what's called library music. It's background music that was never released to the public, but instead, it was sent to various film crews, radio stations, television stations, etc., to use as background music in their works.

Well, it turns out, some of the most creative, wonderful and beautiful music exists on these very rare LPs! Truly amazing stuff, and so much variety of it that it's always a new adventure when you dig through these precious gems.

As for what I would recommend, anything by Music De Wolfe, KPM, Bruton (these are labels, by the way), Selected Sound, Sonoton, etc. For composers, try guys like Alessandro Alessandroni, Alan Hawkshaw, Brian Bennett, Trevor Duncan, Ennio Morricone, Egisto Macchi, Roberto Fogu, Douglas Wood, the list goes on and on and on…

I also rip these albums and share them on the library music forum, which you can find here > http://librarymusicthemes.boardhost.com/index.php
Hi! Thank you Fluent! Great library you have there. The first thing a stumbled upon was porn library music, so I said that this will be interesting.
Will check out your suggestions.
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December 29th, 2014, 17:36
Originally Posted by HiddenX View Post
I love

Hard & Blues Rock:
Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Rory Gallagher, Doors, Neil Young, Cream, Rose Tattoo, Motörhead, Girlschool,The Gits, The Gun Club, White Stripes, Dubroviks

Punk Rock:
Ramones, Clash, Undertones, Distillers, Lurkers, Testors, Poison Idea, Sonny Vincent

Alternative Rock:
Pixies, Dead Kennedys, Deine Lakaien, Frank Black, Hüsker Dü, Philip Boa, Knorkator, Baxter Dury, Low, The Gossip, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Fischer-Z, Honigdieb

Gothic Rock:
Alien Sex Fiend, Bauhaus, Sisters Of Mercy, 69 Eyes, Rhombus, Joy Division, Escape With Romeo, Pink Turns Blue, The Volcanoes

Classic Rock & Beat Music
Rolling Stones, Animals, Beatles, The Who, Heroes Del Silencio, Queens of the Stone Age, Wipers, The Smoke, Adele, Duane Eddy, Volbeat

and many more…
Great ones. But somehow I can't stand Punk music.
While Gothic Rock I like! Within Temptation is also awesome.
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December 29th, 2014, 17:37
You're welcome, Black Rune!

Yep! Vintage porns used library music. So did many other vintage films, television documentaries and shows, etc. For example, the Price Is Right television show with all that famous music? That's library music.

Another example: NFL Films from the '70s and '80s, all library music (lots of it even came from their resident "NFL Library" label.)

I forgot to mention, but library music also comes in all genres. You can find classical, contemporary classical, jazz, funk, pop, ambient, electronic, rock, downright weird stuff and everything in between.

Here's an example of a jazz-funk style from one of my favorite composers, A. Alessandroni > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMsoeJU2LtY

The great thing about digging in this stuff is you never know what you're going to find. It's a jungle of amazing music. I love it
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December 29th, 2014, 17:48
Originally Posted by Couchpotato View Post
I'm afraid my taste in music is the opposite of both of you.

Like I wrote on my profile I love the following music genres.

1. Alternative Metal
2.
Folk Metal
3.
Gothic Metal
4.
Power Metal
5.
Progressive Metal
6.
Symphonic Metal
7.
Hard Rock

I also occasionally listen to country music thanks to my Mother. She played the stuff all the time while I grew up, and I somehow grew to like it.
Metal Potato, hehe. I like metal music, well, not all, but it is good.
It is a good way to release anger that is within. To let the steam out.
It has been said that people who listen and play metal music are passionate and very concerned people. They care the most for socio-political and ecological problems we face today. And I think that it is so.
And this one is great https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwELajFteTo
You probably know these guys.
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December 29th, 2014, 17:52
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By any musical definition I would accept, Metal isn't music it's just horrible noise!!
Did you hear some Dubstep music? Or Metal Dubstep?Now that is noise.
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December 29th, 2014, 18:08
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… Anton Bruckner, anyone?

Did I mention that I also like movie scores? No? But I do.



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Hello Jaz! Thanks! These suggestions are great. And listening to Anton now, I really like it.
Movie scores are great. I will have hours to listen from your list.
I could only suggest Two Steps From Hell or Thomas Bergersen, Epic Score, City Of The Fallen. I find them very, very good.
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December 29th, 2014, 22:52
I just like what … I just like.

My favourite kind of music is still some kind of what's called "progressive rock" - but with an orchestra ! I just love that ! My first favourite album of that style is "We know what we like - The London Philharmonic Orchestra plays the music of Genesis". My second favourite album of that style is "Magnification" by Yes.

Apart from Progressive Rock, I like very much the music of Enya.

A bit Blues Brothers, a bit ZZ Top, a bit Bangles … A bit Fleetwood Mac, a bit Jon & Vangelis, a bit Yes, a bit Huey Lewis & The News, a bit OMD …

Of "Progressive Rock" I've always been mostly a fan of

- Mike Oldfield
- The Alan Parsons Project
- Genesis (*all* decades, but I like the earliest most)

What I also like very much is "soundtrack music", I mean with "soundtrack" the music that's the background music in movies … I think "music score" is another term for that ?

Of that, I absolutely fell in love with the soundtrack of "How to train your Dragon", the first movie !
Absolutely fantastic, especially the piece "Forbidden Friendship" ! That's one of the most … "spiritual" pieces I've ever heard ! (Apart from Enya.)
You can listen to it here (not very good sound) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CJ96LGGP6w

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Ever since I was a kid, I have always been attracted to instrumental music and never cared for lyrics. In fact, when singers are present, I treat the voice as a separate instrument. I also tended to enjoy music from TV and film and was never too fond of the typical "song format", which I considered a limited medium.

In my mid-teens, when the CD was gradually introduced, I started to have some, albeit very limited , income and could thus afford buying music and I have three distinct musical "phases".

During highschool, I started to develop an interest in synthesizer music, and listened to composers like Jean Michel Jarre and Vangelis, the former of which was my absolute musical hero……rather naive in hindsight .

Later, I started listening to soundtracks and started with music from the Star Wars trilogy by John Williams. There was no internet at the time but luckily, I could rent CDs at the local library, which ended up being an excellent source for exploration. It was in this phase that I developed an appreciation for orchestral music thus paving the road towards classical music, my 3rd phase.

Now, I am a classical music "fanatic" and it may sound cliché and perhaps somewhat elitist but I can't deny the fact that I haven't found anything that can compare to the best that classical has to offer in terms of complexity, depth, subtlety, expressiveness, etc. Funny thing is, were I to travel to the past and meet young and foolish Asdraguuhl in high school and tell him that Jean Michel Jarre can't hold a candle to Beethoven, he would probably kick old and wise Asdraguuhl's butt .

My favourite composer is Wagner with Beethoven being a very close second. But I also love other composers such as Brahms, Mozart, Schubert, Bach, Prokofiev, Mahler, Debussy, Mussorgsky, Stravinsky, Schumann, etc.
Lately, I am listening to a lot of Prokofiev and Ravel, the latter whom I have severely underestimated and is much better than I had first thought. His String Quartet is simply fantastic.

Jazz is a genre, which is highly regarded but of which I knew very little so I decided not too long ago to do some exploring and I found myself most attracted to Charles Mingus. I particularly love his album The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady.


Although I may have "outgrown" my first synthesizer phase, there is still some fun stuff and do still enjoy some pieces. The one piece of music of Jean Michel Jarre that I like most is Night in Shanghai.

The OP is specifically asking for soundtrack recommendations so I will share some soundtracks that I like:
Ben Hur and El Cid from Miklós Rózsa
Legend from Jerry Goldsmith (not to be confused with the score by Tangerine Dreams )
Vertigo from Bernard Herrmann
Close Encounters of the Third Kind from John Williams
Edward Scissorhands from Danny Elfman
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December 30th, 2014, 00:13
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And this one is great https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwELajFteTo You probably know these guys.
Matter of fact I do as Chicago is my hometown, and where the band started.

Other Examples of my taste are as follows.

1. Type O Negative - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJ3aiM8K6D0
2. Tim ''Ripper'' Owens - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ebq72qvzA4
3. TIAMAT - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjIg5lrbEwU
4. Threshold - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDYazuHuFhY
5. Axxis - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xAIo5SI5Q
6. Amplifier- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZneZEpExkM

I have many more bands but I can't list them all.

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December 30th, 2014, 05:17
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By any musical definition I would accept, Metal isn't music it's just horrible noise!!
Originally Posted by Sir Christopher Lee
"I associate heavy metal with fantasy because of the tremendous power that the music delivers,"
Amusingly enough, Sir Christopher Lee is not only the oldest living Metal musician in the world, but one of the relative few to hit the Billboard Top 100, and the oldest musician to do so. He has also compared metal to the works of Wagner:

Iconic 91-year-old actor Christopher Lee recently discussed the historical aspect of his latest release "Charlemagne: the Omens of Death," reaching the subject of the very roots of metal music. Lee showed a great deal of appreciation for the music of legendary German composer Richard Wagner, stating that it was his work that expressed the initial emotion of metal music. "My work, my acting has always been influenced by the German composer Wagner," the actor told Skullbanger. "Now that I have been able to listen to many metal albums, I realize that the genre is a direct evolution of the world and the sounds that Wagner imagined. I am of course very pleased and honored to have been able to carry these themes through."
He's not the only one, listening to a lot of metal, I hear scales and progressions used in Wagner, Bach, Beethoven, etc… a LOT. A few even straight up record metal versions of their compositions.

Speaking as a musician and songwriter, the theory is the same. When I play traditional gospel songs, with the same chords, scales, and theory as when I play Blues, and as when I play metal, and when I play rock (of many many various types). To say metal is not music is to admit you have no actual grasp of music.

When I write, whether I'm writing a relatively complex Jazz instrumental, getting low down with some basic Blues, or waking the neighbors over in the graveyard a few miles down the road with some Metal, I'm using the exact same notes (particularly since I pretty much stick with standard tuning), chords, and scales. There's only so many to go around after all.

Even dubstep has some musical element, even if it is not (IMO) particularly good to listen to (being polite about it). And (ugh) pop as much as I hate to admit it.

Note being music does not necessarily make it good, which is largely subjective. Modern pop and dubstep, for example, sit firmly in the 'not good' category. Along with Corwin's singing.

I believe Lar's Ulrich stated it best, but I can't find the quote and I'm late for bed. He said something to the effect of "There's only two kinds of music. Good music, and not so good music."

I listen to a LOT of different music myself. I have traditional folk music from Scotland, Ireland, Japan, and Greece. I have J-Pop and J-Rock. I have Classical and Opera. I have old-school country like Johnny Cash, Hank Sr and Jimmie Rodgers. I have rock, from Allman Brothers to Styx, Bon Jovi to Guns n' Roses to Led Zeppelin, to Alter Bridge, Pillar, and Todd Agnew. I have Black Sabbath and Love & Death. Don McLean, Jim Croce, Counting Crows, Emmylou Harris, Enya, The Jackson Five, Elton John, Ray Charles, Run D.M.C., Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, T Bone Walker, B.B. King, Mayfield Four, Slash's solo stuff, Richie Sambora's solo stuff, Orianthi, and on and on and on. My computer has over 8,000 songs, not counting Christmas and stuff I get to learn for church. That's not even half my collection of CDs, and forget the vinyl. I don't know what I have there anymore.

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