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    Re:rave/trace music

    [quote author=Aiko link=board=14;threadid=7802;start=0#msg71306 date=1064482221]
    Commercialised pop music is even worse.
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    Oh yes. Of course I'm not exactly sure if it's morally right to abuse the term "music" by using it to describe that commercialised pop crap.

    Sorry if I sound rude, I've listened to radio too much today (10 minutes) :P

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    I must admit I've grown a taste for politically charged music, and 60's tunes... right now I'm hot on Bob Dylan.

    Later I might throw on some Rage Against the Machine.. maybe some Darude (who IMHO makes some of the most interesting dance music right now - aside Faithless of course who are hard to beat in that department)

    Man I love my rhythmbox.... playing cool tunes 24/7 (well except when the gf is sleeping - in which case I have to dig up my headphones... and music just doesn't sound the same in headphones.

    btw. Rhythmbox CVS has a cool db backend - cataloging 15 gbs of oggs take no time now... sadly the internet radio is defunct right now.


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    I love Trance... friend introduced it to me by giving me a link to a free online commercial free sort of radio thing....

    aside from that I like most any kind of music...

    Country is good, mostly the 'newer' stuff.

    I'm a huge musical fan... soundtracks are niceness.

    Anything from Andrea Borcelli to Rob Zombie I guess...

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    [quote author=Aiko link=board=14;threadid=7802;start=0#msg72235 date=1065621418]
    maybe some Darude (who IMHO makes some of the most interesting dance music right now - aside Faithless of course who are hard to beat in that department)
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    Yep... those two are great! Especially Faithless is one of my favorites, and of course Darude is good too (sure I must support a fellow Finn :P)

    BTW, if anyone's interested in free, really good trance music, visit www.imphenzia.com - some of their tracks are free to download. The quality of their MP3's isn't that great (112kbps - ouch!) but their music is worth listening to.

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    dude this is my first time listening to faithless and imphenzia kick @$$ where can I get more free downloads ??? ???

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    [quote author=NGene link=board=14;threadid=7802;start=0#msg72322 date=1065779610]
    [quote author=Aiko link=board=14;threadid=7802;start=0#msg72235 date=1065621418]
    maybe some Darude (who IMHO makes some of the most interesting dance music right now - aside Faithless of course who are hard to beat in that department)
    [/quote]

    Yep... those two are great! Especially Faithless is one of my favorites, and of course Darude is good too (sure I must support a fellow Finn :P)

    BTW, if anyone's interested in free, really good trance music, visit www.imphenzia.com - some of their tracks are free to download. The quality of their MP3's isn't that great (112kbps - ouch!) but their music is worth listening to.
    [/quote]

    Finland seems to brew a lot of interesting music atm. Probably always did really only people seem to expose finnish music after Bomfunk MCs did Freestyler (an awesome tune btw.) I personally like the finnish metal bands, they have a certain style you just don't hear elsewhere - something like Apocalyptica... metal music played on Cellos.. you have to be damaged from the cold to get that idea, but it works great.

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    http://di.fm/

    I like the trance they have... they have other stuff besides it including Techno and way down Jazz and such.

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    Re:rave/trace music

    Anyone listen to Virgin Black?

    EDIT: Fixed link

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    [quote author=FaeStars link=board=14;threadid=7802;start=0#msg72367 date=1065827641]
    http://di.fm/

    I like the trance they have... they have other stuff besides it including Techno and way down Jazz and such.
    [/quote]

    Digitally Imported is nice but they servers tend to be a bit flaky for us europeans That being said I have DI running when I hack my kernel patchset as background noise.

    I'm very impressed by the audio quailty they supply, however the centralised server for net radio seems flawed, isn't there some way to utilise p2p grids to make streams scale better?

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    I agree it could be better... it does make good background and since it doesn't require sitting and awaiting for it to download really I like it.

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