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Old 07-08-2006, 06:05 PM   #121
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Three choices for me -
'Into My Arms' - Nick Cave
'Crash And Burn' - Savage Garden
'Hallelujah' - Rufus Wainwright (Sorry Jeff Buckley fans - but I love Rufus' version more)

But most of all -

'Call And Answer' by Barenaked Ladies

But Im warning you, dont ever do
Those crazy, messed up things that you do
If you ever do
I promise you Ill be the first to crucify you
Now its time to prove that youve come back
Here to rebuild.
Rebuild
Rebuild
Rebuild
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Old 07-09-2006, 02:47 AM   #122
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Old 07-09-2006, 03:07 AM   #123
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I'm going to go ahead and spout off Sigur Ros songs which fit the bill:

Olsen Olsen
Staralfur
Untitled 1
Haffsol
Andvari
Haysatan

Yeah, that's nice.
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Old 07-10-2006, 02:51 PM   #124
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Right now, that would be Tomorrow Never Knows, by the Beatles. I think I've been living under a rock, because I just heard this for the first time this week...it's like an early descendant of Radiohead, with the way it's mixed and looped.

Actually, I've always thought "Tomorrow Never Knows" was the very first "techno" song. Listen to "Tomorrow Never Knows" and then listen to The Chemical Brothers "Setting Sun" and "Let Forever Be". They are VERY similar. I remember the very first time I ever heard "Tomorrow Never Knows" and I was thinking to myself Wow. This sounds just like Chemical Brothers!

Ahhh, The Beatles. Light, Light, LIGHT YEARS ahead!
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Idler's Dream- Oasis
You Only Disappear- Tom McRae
The Scientist- Coldplay
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Old 07-11-2006, 08:52 PM   #126
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Actually, I've always thought "Tomorrow Never Knows" was the very first "techno" song.
I think you might be right! It's pretty gripping and progressive, and yes, probably Techno.

*patiently waits for "best techno song ever thread"*
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I think you might be right! It's pretty gripping and progressive, and yes, probably Techno.

*patiently waits for "best techno song ever thread"*
Breathe by The Prodigy. problem solved
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The Smiths - There is a light that never goes out
The Smiths - Well I Wonder
The Smiths - I Know It's Over
The Smiths - Please, please, please, let me get what i want

The Smiths have written so many beautiful songs, i could go on

Also
The Beatles - In My Life
The Beatles - Something

Dear mate..all i can say is
I would add:
Moz: You know i couldnt last
I am not sorry
He knows I"d love to see him
Life is a pigsty
list goes on


And also: Icehouse:Crazy
Jesus and Mary Chain Happy when it rains
Suede--- almost all of it ...that voice ---
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Old 07-13-2006, 03:49 AM   #129
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I always forget that i am long-time Elvis fan. So, i know you are laughing but my favourite period is 70s. I could add:
Elvis: Separate ways
I"ll hold you in my heart
Too long in the rain
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Agree with Cash's Hurt... Also have to include One, boring or not, because it strikes me as absolutely stunning every time I hear it (as this morning on radio and I nearly cried). And Wilco's Far, Far Away is very lovely, too. La Cienega Just Smiled by Ryan Adams... in fact, too many by him to mention!
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