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 Just Tony wrote:
This one is easy: "A Saucerful Of Secrets" by Pink Floyd from the Live at Pompeii movie/documentary. Absolutely stellar.






Honestly the whole music catalog/score/soundtrack of "Live at Pompeii" deserves to be in this thread/discussion.
   
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Near Jupiter.

Edited with all links in first post, a bit more tidy but still messsy.

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I like what these fellas are doing .. Might seem like plain ole metal to some, but these guys are from India and I like how they mix in different languages and also more uncommon things like flutes, while still having the right amount of heaviness.. and most of their songs have a positive message. They're also all independent and do everything themselves pretty much, as far as I know.



   
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 Peregrine wrote:
A "great music" thread without Dio is simply unacceptable.



Oh god YES!

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Contemporary music is OK?


   
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Arguably, the birth of freestyle:




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And to be fair, the track of contention:

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Bon Jovi - It's My Life
   
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 Peregrine wrote:
A "great music" thread without Dio is simply unacceptable.

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For some reason, that's not "available" in UK.
But because of DKoK (!!!), I invested a few seconds of my life and found it. Really glad I did! Lead is a total Vampyre!
   
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Please try and include music that if you were in hell and had it on repeat for 20 years straight, choose the one that will take the longest for you to go insane lol, not directing this at any one but just saying if you can think of it that way.



I PUT NEW MUSIC IN MY FIRST OP - SCROLL BACK UP

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Kind of a good way to kill your own thread

However, in my ultimate generosity, I herewith draw you back from the brink:


   
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 War Drone wrote:
Kind of a good way to kill your own thread

However, in my ultimate generosity, I herewith draw you back from the brink:




This cant die with what has been listed. Thanks for your contribution, appreciate it.

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A few I thought of for this topic

Some awesome guitar work, Prince, Tom Petty, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynne and others -- "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6SFNW5F8K9Y

How can the thread not include Queen at Live Aid
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A22oy8dFjqc

And for something completely different, Sweet Child O' MIne | Bluegrass Cover | Thunder and Rain
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cIxF4Ex7a4
   
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Thanks so much for that, yeah that is probably one of princes best solos imo

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It may be subjective, but as far as the 20-year rule goes, this one does it for me:





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I have to admit, I'm loving this thread (now that I think I get it ...):
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtBbyglq37E[/youtube]


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41 years old, and still ... one of the best soul love songs ever IMO:





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Some suggestions.

Shostakovitch's 8th String Quartet, dedicated to the "to the victims of fascism and the war".
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The 1812 Overture. Great fun to see, and better to perform.
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Desmond Dekker and the Aces - You Can Get It If You Really Want
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Kero Kero Bonito - Flamingo. No idea why, but it's good.
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Eminem - Rap God. Won't link, because of language, but still pretty great music.

Pretty much anything from the Hunchback of Notre Dame. I find that Heaven's Light/Hellfire work as a good contrast between the protagonist and antagonist.
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Barbershop is great. Either Ringmaster's Hunchback of Notre Dame or Vocal Spectrum's Go The Distance are the technically most skillful, but I have to give props to Main Street's adaptation of 'I Got a Dream' for being brilliant too. So I'm linking all three.
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Near Jupiter.

Thanks for your music posts really cool.

Yeah my favourite part of that cannon song is like the last quarter of it, nice choice man. AND NICE CHOICE WITH THE DISNEY MUSIC, my favorite Disney songs are lion king, circle of life etc and some thing else, probably snow white where there the kind of singing vocal/sounds we would never here in this day and age. ( as long as its the olden days disney, not any thing made after mabey the year 2000?. Nice

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GibiNy4d4gc - The circle of Life ( The lion King ).

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Hans Zimmer knocked it out of the park in general with the Lion King score.

I think there's plenty of great Disney music in post-2000s films, the opening song in Frozen (Vuelie) is good (although based on on more traditional music), and it's hard to say Let It Go isn't an incredibly enjoyable song, as is quite a bit of music in Moana. Plus, if we're including Pixar, Michael Giacchino's score for The Incredibles is solid gold.

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Nice guys awsome stuff.








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 Sgt_Smudge wrote:
Hans Zimmer knocked it out of the park in general with the Lion King score.

I think there's plenty of great Disney music in post-2000s films, the opening song in Frozen (Vuelie) is good (although based on on more traditional music), and it's hard to say Let It Go isn't an incredibly enjoyable song, as is quite a bit of music in Moana. Plus, if we're including Pixar, Michael Giacchino's score for The Incredibles is solid gold.


Don't forget about Coco. I just love the music from that Pixar movie.

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neocobalt wrote:
 Sgt_Smudge wrote:
Hans Zimmer knocked it out of the park in general with the Lion King score.

I think there's plenty of great Disney music in post-2000s films, the opening song in Frozen (Vuelie) is good (although based on on more traditional music), and it's hard to say Let It Go isn't an incredibly enjoyable song, as is quite a bit of music in Moana. Plus, if we're including Pixar, Michael Giacchino's score for The Incredibles is solid gold.


Don't forget about Coco. I just love the music from that Pixar movie.
Oooh, not wrong there! I never watched Coco, but I did listen to the music from it, and it's very good as well.

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Here's a clip from Luke Cage on Netflix, this kid Kingfish is an 18 year old blues guitar god. Worth a listen if you like Bluesy stuff




   
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Post 2019/01/29 09:45:50 Subject: Re:Great Music
Nice guys awsome stuff.





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Imperial Knights (Valiant, Warden & Armigers)

Some Misc. Imperium units etc. Assassins...

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Haha holy crap, never knew that sort of stuff existed lloolll.

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 The Forgemaster wrote:
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All hail the machine spirit!

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