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What was your last non-soundtrack CD?
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2006 2:46 am   Post subject: Reply with quote


Nice CD covers indeed Wink

Just bought Oxygène, by Jean-Michel Jarre



Well, ok, this album is 30 years old and I have the tape for many many years now, but then I found the CD for a good price!
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Speak for Yourself by Imogen Heap

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Details by Frou Frou

Its the same chick, she's great. a lot of her stuff is used on grey's anatomy and other shows. (i know we dont like to call that stuff soundtracks around here, though)
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 5:52 pm   Post subject: Reply with quote


rebeccabutterfly wrote:
Its the same chick, she's great. a lot of her stuff is used on grey's anatomy and other shows. (i know we dont like to call that stuff soundtracks around here, though)


I just tried two Imogen Heap albums, I rather liked 'Speak for yourself' but "I, Megaphone" not so much. Is Frou Frou more of the same or a different style? Smile
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imogen is the singer for frou frou. its her and this guy that does the cool sounds accompanying. I think if you liked speak for yourself, you'll like her earlier stuff that she did in frou frou. all her stuff is kinda indie, so i suppose you'd say iits the same. also good artists along the same lines are kate havnevik (a bit more laid back) and katie melua (who is a bit more blues-y)
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Thanks Rebecca Smile I already have Katie Melua (figures Razz) but I will definitely check out Frou Frou and Kate Havnevik Cool
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I think the last non-soundtrack CD I bought was "The Metal Opera Part II" by Avantasia. Awesome sequel to the masterpiece that is The Metal Opera (Part I).



I am a huge fan of Metal, Power Metal especially and Avantasia is one of my all-time favorite bands. Check them out if you like epic, fantastical and melodic metal!
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oh, and albi, you would probably also enjoy 'jem'
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I think the last non-soundtrack CD I bought was "The Metal Opera Part II" by Avantasia. Awesome sequel to the masterpiece that is The Metal Opera (Part I).



I am a huge fan of Metal, Power Metal especially and Avantasia is one of my all-time favorite bands. Check them out if you like epic, fantastical and melodic metal!


Power Metal rocks! I wish I had the time to get into it more. For those of you wondering what the difference is between Power Metal and what I play at SST's sister (evil twin) station, http://death.fm, Death & Black Metal typically has rough vovals as opposed to clean, and it's a bit more brutal.

Last non-soundtrack/metal CD (that I like) is: Depeche Mode's latest- Playing the Angel

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It has been awhile since I bought a CD. The last CD that I bought was Bruce Hornsby's Halcyon Days. I have been a fan of Bruce's since the 80's. His sound is very different now that it was during his days with "The Range". You may have heard a snippet from "Gonna Be Some Changes Made" when it was used in commercials for Lowe's home improvement stores.
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We Will Become Silhouetes by the Postal Service

a bit techno, but good stuff.
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awesome anime cover art!
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Mettalica S&M (live performance with the San Francisco symphony, conducted by Michael Kamen, fab)
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I just picked up recently the CD, "How to Save A Life" by The Fray. They are a local CO band that has made it pretty big now. Pretty good music that I enjoy when I need a break from film scores.

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My last one was actually a cd put out by a choir I was in, so I'm on the cd... But the last one that anyone else would have heard of was "It's Time" by Michael Bublé. (Think a modern Sinatra.)
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nate, good pick!
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