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gshredder2112  
14 Jun 2011 21:40 | Quote
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Was a moveie,what songs would the soundtrack consist of?
In no order.
Santeria-sublime
lithium-nirvana
cementary gates-pantera
Mystery-Dio
peace sells-megadeth
I dont know-ozzy osbourne
black sabbath-black sabbath
cliffs of dover-eric johnson
Under the bridge- red hot chili peppers
raining blood-slayer
dont fear the reaper-Blue oyster cult
every heart -boa
Freewill-rush
starship trooper-yes
And what i got-sublime
*note.my life would probably be a 3 hour movie ^_^

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EMB5490  
14 Jun 2011 22:27 | Quote
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From Birth

Conception:

One of these days- Pink Floyd

Then id run through dark side of the moon, followed by animals, followed by wish you were here. Then id be 10. Id run through Crosby Stills and Nash, Followed by sounds of silence, Then id do some funk. Im too tired to list.
Ozzfan486  
14 Jun 2011 23:09 | Quote
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dude, I'd play my own soundtrack. it's my life, why not?
Guitarslinger124  
15 Jun 2011 00:42 | Quote
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Ozzfan486 says:
dude, I'd play my own soundtrack. it's my life, why not?


+1
gshredder2112  
15 Jun 2011 01:12 | Quote
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Well you guys are saying that you been writing music since you were 3? The purpose of this is to know what songs we would be hearing at certain points in our lives.For instance,if you looked at my past and saw me as a 5yr old,The movie soundtrack would probably be ozzy,black sabbath,megadeth and dio.Why?Because thats what my dad listened too.If you looked at my 9-14yr old self,youd see boc,rush,yes,boa etc.Now if you lookes at me.now youd see nirvana,sublime,rchp,slayer,pantera,eric johnson,and sublime.

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JustJeff  
15 Jun 2011 09:50 | Quote
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Oh god... um:

Younger years: 1-9
Duran Duran - Ordinary World
Oasis - Wonderwall
The Cranberries - Dreams

10-14
Alanis Morissette - Hand in my Pocket
R.E.M. - Losing my Religion
Papa Roach - Between Angels and Insects

15-18 (these were the defining years... :-P)
Beck - Loser
Matchbox 20 - 3AM
Incubus - Drive
Silversun Pickups - Lazy Eye
The Killers - Mr. Brightside
Gnarls Barkley - Crazy

19-23 (I can definitely do more here... but I don't know)
Jamiroquai - Virtual Insanity
Fastball - The Way
Rob Thomas ft. Santana - Smoooth
Jet - Are you gonna be my girl
macandkanga  
15 Jun 2011 10:42 | Quote
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The first half of my life - The first side of the album 2112 by Rush
The second half of my life - 1st side of Tarkus by ELP

No, it doesnt' make any sense but it would be cool.
tinyskateboard  
15 Jun 2011 11:02 | Quote
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Ok at first until about 7 y/o: Perry Como and Bing Crosby and Satchmo (Louis Armstrong not the guitar guy!)

Then Van Halen's first and Led Zep 4 and Rush 2112 from 7-12 years.

Then the Cure Head on the Door and 17 Seconds and The Smiths Meat is Murder, The Stooges and Black Flag until 17.

Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation and Parliment Funkadelic, Primus and Tool through the 90's.

The 00's for me, Trip Hop like Portishead things like Fat Boy Slim , Radiohead, Blackalicious and then Arcade Fire.

The 10's Still Arcade Fire and also The Heavy, Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings and Iron & Wine.




gshredder2112  
15 Jun 2011 11:36 | Quote
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@Mac Your life sounds awsome!! with those songs,playin it would be some epic sci-fi adventure!

@jeff You named the one i forgot Beck- loser lol.+1

@tsb jumping on the rush2112 bandwagon.eh?.^=^

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tinyskateboard  
15 Jun 2011 12:57 | Quote
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Oh yeah, Beck...I like Beck...I've seen him play a few times and had the best time. So I guess that would fit in my 2000's. I'll bandwagon that.
gshredder2112  
15 Jun 2011 13:48 | Quote
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Lol nice.C.
neomass1  
15 Jun 2011 14:15 | Quote
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I'm with Ozzfan486, I make my own. Hell I'm making sound tracks for other people right now. I still have to finish off a 25min one.
Ozzfan486  
15 Jun 2011 19:35 | Quote
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I don't get why you'd just have the music you were listening to at the time though. I think it'd make more sense to have music that fits with whats going on. Like if Uncle Jack took out outside the cabin and started beating the ***ty out of you, I really doubt you'd want "California Girls" - David Lee Roth playing in the background.

Useless 2 cents

Ozz
gshredder2112  
15 Jun 2011 20:06 | Quote
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^^Ok,fair enough.Ozzfan,that makes sense.
tinyskateboard  
16 Jun 2011 00:05 | Quote
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Um, some pretty intense films have incongruous music. what you propose, Ozz, is actually pretty good. It's called avoiding see/say in advertising. You don't show the same thing that you are saying, so it would be a pretty heavy scene the way you describe.
JustJeff  
16 Jun 2011 00:40 | Quote
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The point of music is to connect. Stop dodging the question >.
AlexB  
16 Jun 2011 00:50 | Quote
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thats a hard one,but i think in the last months mine would definately be THE WALL
gshredder2112  
16 Jun 2011 01:11 | Quote
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@alexb Nice.

@jeff +1
btimm  
16 Jun 2011 05:40 | Quote
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tinyskateboard says:
Um, some pretty intense films have incongruous music. what you propose, Ozz, is actually pretty good. It's called avoiding see/say in advertising. You don't show the same thing that you are saying, so it would be a pretty heavy scene the way you describe.


Absolutely, think of the music in Rob Zombie's "House of 1000 Corpses". The scene where the cop discovers what is going on at the house and then gets shot and killed, he chose to go with an upbeat, light jazz tune for that scene. It made a "meh" scene actually pretty disturbing.


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