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Re: Favorite songs?
« Reply #20 on: July 08, 2016, 10:21:23 pm »
Paasche's Favorite Non-Rap Songs:
In My Life- The Beatles
Eleanor Rigby- The Beatles
She Loves You- The Beatles
Here Comes the Sun- The Beatles
Don't Stop Me Now- Queen
Bohemian Rhapsody- Queen
The Times They Are A-Changin'- Bob Dylan
Blowin' in the Wind- Bob Dylan
It Ain't Me Babe- Bob Dylan
I Need a Dollar- Aloe Blacc
Crazy- Gnarls Barkley
7 Years- Lukas Graham
Breakeven- Boyce Avenue (cover)
Boulevard of Broken Dreams- Green Day
1985- Bowling for Soup
Girl All the Bad Guys Want- Bowling for Soup
Almost- Bowling for Soup
I Don't Wanna Rock- Bowling for Sounp
Stacy's Mom- Fountains of Wayne
Mexican Wine- Fountains of Wayne
Take it Easy- The Eagles
Free Fallin'- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
American Girl- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

I'm two short of 25, but they'd probably just be more Beatles or Bowling for Soul anyways honestly. I'm sad.
What about that Robert Plant cover of Ice Cream Man?

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Re: Favorite songs?
« Reply #21 on: July 08, 2016, 10:40:33 pm »
"Far Away" - Junip
"Life on Mars" - David Bowie
"Across the Universe" - The Beatles
"Stay Alive" - Jose Gonzalez
"Step Out" - Jose Gonzalez
"Bring Me to Life" - Evanescence
"Wouldn't It Be Nice" - The Beach Boys
"Love & Mercy" - The Beach Boys
"House of the Rising Sun" - The Animals
"Pleasant Valley Sunday" - The Monkees
"Real Human Being" - College & Electric Youth
"10538 Overdrive" - Electric Light Orchestra
"Good Times, Bad Times" - Led Zeppelin
"Shocker" - The Dudes of Wrath
"Sword and Stone" - Bonfire
"Angel in the City" - Robert Tepper
"Feel the Heat" - Jean Beauvoir
"We Fight for Love" - The Power Station
"Save Our Souls" - Stratovarius
"Brothers in the Night" - Ray Kennedy
"Hold On" - Billy Branigan
"Old Time Rock and Roll" - Bob Seger
"What I've Done" - Linkin Park
"Nobody Does It Better" - Carly Simon
"For Your Eyes Only" - Sheena Easton
"Into the Fire" - Dokken
"Dream Warriors" - Dokken
"Foundation" - An Unkindness
"Overkill" - Motorhead
"Never Gonna Give You Up" - Rick Astley
"Locking Up the Sun" - Poets of the Fall
"Livin' On the Edge" - Aerosmith
"Smells Like Teen Spirit" - Nirvana
"The Show Must Go On" - Queen
"Fortunate Son" - Creedence Clearwater Revival
"I'm Alright" - Kenny Loggins
"One of These Nights" - The Eagles
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Re: Favorite songs?
« Reply #22 on: July 09, 2016, 10:54:03 am »
Paasche's Favorite Non-Rap Songs:
In My Life- The Beatles
Eleanor Rigby- The Beatles
She Loves You- The Beatles
Here Comes the Sun- The Beatles
Don't Stop Me Now- Queen
Bohemian Rhapsody- Queen
The Times They Are A-Changin'- Bob Dylan
Blowin' in the Wind- Bob Dylan
It Ain't Me Babe- Bob Dylan
I Need a Dollar- Aloe Blacc
Crazy- Gnarls Barkley
7 Years- Lukas Graham
Breakeven- Boyce Avenue (cover)
Boulevard of Broken Dreams- Green Day
1985- Bowling for Soup
Girl All the Bad Guys Want- Bowling for Soup
Almost- Bowling for Soup
I Don't Wanna Rock- Bowling for Sounp
Stacy's Mom- Fountains of Wayne
Mexican Wine- Fountains of Wayne
Take it Easy- The Eagles
Free Fallin'- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
American Girl- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

I'm two short of 25, but they'd probably just be more Beatles or Bowling for Soul anyways honestly. I'm sad.
What about that Robert Plant cover of Ice Cream Man?
I feel like this is a joke/reference that went way over my head...

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Re: Favorite songs?
« Reply #23 on: July 09, 2016, 11:19:46 am »
Paasche's Favorite Non-Rap Songs:
In My Life- The Beatles
Eleanor Rigby- The Beatles
She Loves You- The Beatles
Here Comes the Sun- The Beatles
Don't Stop Me Now- Queen
Bohemian Rhapsody- Queen
The Times They Are A-Changin'- Bob Dylan
Blowin' in the Wind- Bob Dylan
It Ain't Me Babe- Bob Dylan
I Need a Dollar- Aloe Blacc
Crazy- Gnarls Barkley
7 Years- Lukas Graham
Breakeven- Boyce Avenue (cover)
Boulevard of Broken Dreams- Green Day
1985- Bowling for Soup
Girl All the Bad Guys Want- Bowling for Soup
Almost- Bowling for Soup
I Don't Wanna Rock- Bowling for Sounp
Stacy's Mom- Fountains of Wayne
Mexican Wine- Fountains of Wayne
Take it Easy- The Eagles
Free Fallin'- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
American Girl- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

I'm two short of 25, but they'd probably just be more Beatles or Bowling for Soul anyways honestly. I'm sad.
What about that Robert Plant cover of Ice Cream Man?
I feel like this is a joke/reference that went way over my head...
Well, I was alluding to a post from months ago.
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Re: Favorite songs?
« Reply #24 on: July 09, 2016, 11:37:17 am »
Paasche's Favorite Non-Rap Songs:
In My Life- The Beatles
Eleanor Rigby- The Beatles
She Loves You- The Beatles
Here Comes the Sun- The Beatles
Don't Stop Me Now- Queen
Bohemian Rhapsody- Queen
The Times They Are A-Changin'- Bob Dylan
Blowin' in the Wind- Bob Dylan
It Ain't Me Babe- Bob Dylan
I Need a Dollar- Aloe Blacc
Crazy- Gnarls Barkley
7 Years- Lukas Graham
Breakeven- Boyce Avenue (cover)
Boulevard of Broken Dreams- Green Day
1985- Bowling for Soup
Girl All the Bad Guys Want- Bowling for Soup
Almost- Bowling for Soup
I Don't Wanna Rock- Bowling for Sounp
Stacy's Mom- Fountains of Wayne
Mexican Wine- Fountains of Wayne
Take it Easy- The Eagles
Free Fallin'- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
American Girl- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

I'm two short of 25, but they'd probably just be more Beatles or Bowling for Soul anyways honestly. I'm sad.
What about that Robert Plant cover of Ice Cream Man?
I feel like this is a joke/reference that went way over my head...
Well, I was alluding to a post from months ago.
Ah, alright then.

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Re: Favorite songs?
« Reply #25 on: July 09, 2016, 12:52:20 pm »
Alright, this is listed alphabetically by band (NOT by song) because I'm taking it directly from the music listed on my phone. So anyways, um... please don't kill me.


"You Shook Me All Night Long" by AC/DC
"Rock 'N' Roll Train" by AC/DC
"Hello" by Adele
"Pittsburgh" by The Amity Affliction
"Ties That Bind" by Alter Bridge
"Blackbird" by Alter Bridge
"In Loving Memory" by Alter Bridge
"Metalingus" by Alter Bridge
"Into You" by Ariana Grande
"Let it Sleep" by Asking Alexandria
"The Black" by Asking Alexandria
"Afterlife" by Avenged Sevenfold
"Sail" by AWOLNATION
"Kill Your Heroes" by AWOLNATION
"Pretty on the Outside" by Bullet for My Valentine"
"Waking the Demon" by Bullet for my Valentine
"Every Teardrop is a Waterfall" by Coldplay
"My Sacrifice" by Creed
"Torn" by Creed
"Waiting for Superman" by Daughtry
"DNA" by Empire of the Sun
"Tiptoe" by Imagine Dragons
"Radioactive" by Imagine Dragons
"Battle Cry" by Imagine Dragons
"Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson
"For Whom the Bell Tolls" by Metallica
"Time to Pretend" by MGMT
"Good Times Gone" by Nickelback
"Just to Get High" by Nickelback
"Far Away" by Nickelback
"Kiss it Goodbye" by Nickelback
"Smells Like Teen Spirit" by Nirvana
"Heart-Shaped Box" by Nirvana
"Rpe Me" by Nirvana
"Want You Bad" by The Offspring
"Hammerhead" by The Offspring
"All I Want" by The Offspring
"Fireflies" by Owl City
"On the Wing" by Owl City
"Blurry" by Puddle of Mudd
"Help Is on the Way" by Rise Against
"Gematria (The Killing Name)" by Slipknot
"Dead Memories" by Slipknot
"Psychosocial" by Slipknot
"Snuff" by Slipknot
"Sarcastrophe" by Slipknot
"The Burden" by Slipknot
"People = Sht" by Slipknot
"It's Been Awhile" by Staind
"Smoke" by Suicide Silence
"Slaves to Substance" by Suicide Silence
"The Last Song" by Theory of a Deadman
"You Waste Your Time" by Tremonti
"Leave it Alone" by Tremonti
"Dark Trip" by Tremonti
"Every Breaking Wave" by U2
"Beautiful Day" by U2
"City of Blinding Lights" by U2
"In the Night" by The Weeknd
"Can't Feel My Face" by The Weeknd
"The Hills" by The Weeknd
"Empty With You" by The Used
"Burning Down the House" (cover) by The Used
"Kryptonite" by 3 Doors Down
"Let Me Go" by 3 Doors Down
"She's American" by The 1975
"Chocolate" by The 1975

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Re: Favorite songs?
« Reply #26 on: July 09, 2016, 01:03:57 pm »
The 1975 is awful.
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Re: Favorite songs?
« Reply #27 on: July 09, 2016, 08:06:52 pm »
I like some of Lupe's stuff a lot, I dunno, I just really appreciate his style I guess. The Show Goes On is a song that I've always loved and is one of my very favorites. Hopsin I got into more recently and personally I think he's just insanely talented. His albums don't quite do it for me in the same way, but the Ill Minds are all great imo. As for Drake, I really like Thank Me Later and Take Care is one of my favorite albums ever. He kinda lost it after that for me though, most of his recent stuff has been garbage.

I heard that track, and yeah, it was pretty sick but the fact remains I've never heard of Joe Budden otherwise and Drake may be the most popular artist in the world right now. I don't really know any MF Doom honestly- I mean, I know the name but I don't know any of his stuff. I'll check him out, have any specific song recommendations?

Eminem may be my favorite artist ever, but we may have to disagree on this one. I listened to Kim back when I was really getting into Eminem and rap in general back in probably 7th grade and thought that song was the most fucked up thing I've ever heard. Can't really say much as to whether it's good or not, since I didn't have a solid background in the genre at that point and that song kinda got to me but I'm not sure I can revisit it honestly.

I love Kid Cudi's first album, and parts of Man on the Moon II, but I think he's definitely fallen off since then. Hopefully Man on the Moon III is good, but he's said that it's not going to be too similar to the other two so I dunno. His recent stuff hasn't given me a lot of confidence.

I love Jay-Z honestly: in eighth grade we had to write a paper on an artist and I wrote it on him, so I feel connected to him lol, but yeah, some of his stuff is pretty braggy and bad because of it. He is definitely the best at that sort of rap though, and when he delivers, damn is his shit good. Over those 12 or so albums there's definitely a lot of garbage but there are a bunch of great songs/albums too. I agree that Kanye's an ass irl, but I also love his stuff and I'd definitely say he's a true artist. Graduation and My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy are both incredible albums.

Also, quick shoutout to two songs that should've been on the honorable mentions list, Dance with the Devil by Immortal Technique (definitely fucked up, but it's a piece of art) and River Runs Deep by the Knowmads, which is kind of the less hardcore version of Dance with the Devil. Still a great song though.

Edit: Can't believe they sensor hardcore....

I enjoy Take Care and Thank Me Later too.  But he's getting lazy.  "Got so many chains, they call me Channing Tatum" was honestly the worst line from Views.  It made no sense really.  Then again, there were a lot of awful lines.  "I get green like Earth day"... lol.

And I'm not really surprised you don't know who Joe Budden is.  He's that guy who made that song Pump it Up like... 13 years ago and has never had a hit single.  He's always killing it in freestyles, but never has he made a successful album.

For MF Doom tracks, look no further than Meat Grinder from Madvilliany.  The Frank Zappa intro was kinda sluggish but when the actual song starts like 30 seconds into the video, Madvillain just kills it.

  https://youtu.be/x8Ru8d0l_fU 

I find Kim to be such a worthwhile song.  I get that it's not a song you can put on and listen to easy as it's very disturbing and Kim actually did try to kill herself in real life because of the song, but damn, it's just way too different to pass up.  It's not a song I'd listen with friends at a party but when I'm alone, and I'm in the mood for something dark, I turn it on... or just look in a mirror.  I also liked Same Song and Dance from Relapse.  It's kinda disturbing also, but more jokey.

And well, if that's true about Cudi, I guess he really has lost it.  It's Jaden Smith, man.  They've been hanging out and that influence is ruining him.

Yeah, if I'm gonna hear anyone brag about what they have, it's Jay Z.  Not some half assed kid who I can barely understand (Young Thug).

I remember listening to Kim at like 1am while laying in bed. I was paralyzed for the rest of the night, even when I needed to use the bathroom. That's a really disturbing song man.

I normally don't like TGWTG content but Rap Critic put together a list of the most disturbing Eminem songs.  Kim was #3.  His #2 and #1 picks were pretty neat too.  He's pretty cringey but I like some of the insight he provides.

https://youtu.be/uVg_61zPR90   
It's pretty funny you picked out that line actually- my brother and I both enjoy Pop Style (the version with Jay Z and Kanye anyways) as a bit of a guilty pleasure and whenever the "got so many chains they call me Channing Tatum" line comes on we both always yell it and then laugh for a bit about how terrible of a line that is. He's definitely gotten lazier from those first two albums but I'll always enjoy Thank Me Later and especially Take Care.

I'll listen to some more MF Doom for you- that track wasn't entirely my style but it was good. It's good for me to try and expand my artist pool anyways.

Maybe I'll give Kim another shot, could easily be something in the vein of Dance With the Devil where I don't want to listen to it all the time or even really enjoy hearing the song but rather appreciate it as a piece of art. Also, "look in the mirror". Lol.

Yikes, you know it's bad when Jaden Smith turns into a friend. But yeah, sadly I've almost given up on Kid Cudi. Just look at this article http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/kid-cudi-warns-fans-that-man-on-the-moon-3-will-be-nothing-like-previous-installments-news.18040.html.

Regarding that Madvillain track, I got that feeling at first too.  Didn't really understand the hype,  but as time passed, I started rapping that at random.  My favorite line is "Grind the cinnamon, Manhattan warmongers.  You can find the villain in satin congas."

And ugh, Cudi...what is he thinking?  I get it... it's what he wants but there needs to be a line where he needs to realize what his fans want.
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Re: Favorite songs?
« Reply #28 on: July 23, 2016, 03:30:58 am »
Alright, replace my entire list with "Just Chillin'" by John Lewis. That song transcends life itself.

 

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