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Offline Tekerton

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Re: The Jams of War
« Reply #30 on: Mar07-2008, 00:18:10 »
that's fuggin rowdy, Ed :) jammin hard to it now.   Kung Fu Theater 4tw

Darix

Re: The Jams of War
« Reply #31 on: Apr21-2008, 18:49:38 »
Oldies station - 60's & 70's

Offline Sarkhan

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Re: The Jams of War
« Reply #32 on: Apr30-2008, 16:51:24 »
Since this thing hasn't been bumped in awhile. On the 10th May I'm seein Apocalyptica at the House of Blues in New Orleans. Tickets are thirteen dollars, and show starts at 12:00 at night.

It's worth going just to see the drummer from Slayer tear some shit up.

Xaxture

Re: The Jams of War
« Reply #33 on: Apr30-2008, 18:00:12 »
I personally like to play classical music, and I close the door to the basement so I don't have to hear the screams of my imprisoned victims....

Kleytor

Re: The Jams of War
« Reply #34 on: May11-2008, 17:14:41 »
For me it just depends....usually Slipknot if the "mood" is right....makes the killing that much better.

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Re: The Jams of War
« Reply #35 on: May13-2008, 15:23:08 »
I can listen to Slipknot if I'm PvP'ing, unfortunately I don't have any on my comp atm.

I don't know, I am a big fan of the Beastie Boys too.

Sabotage? If we ever make a PvP vid we've got to use that song.

FeLoNiouS

Re: The Jams of War
« Reply #36 on: May13-2008, 16:33:28 »
meh, I don't play any music.  Guess I'm not a big music fan to begin with although I do like 80's rock.

I just listen to the game music.  /shrug

Winingore

Re: The Jams of War
« Reply #37 on: May14-2008, 03:20:34 »
Carnivore for fighting.
Stereolab for dicking around.

At AT&T we had a joint venture with apple that led to the development of the AAC codec.  We had a euphony site with more music than you could imagine.  There was one song, classical piece,  Basse Danse - anonymous.  The pounding drums and war rhythm made you feel like you were a Barbarian standing on a hill looking down on a hopeless legion of romans.  Really powerful stuff.  Wish i still had that.

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Re: The Jams of War
« Reply #38 on: May14-2008, 17:16:52 »
NSFW people (big fake bewbies, among other things)
 Er. Actually it's like full on nekkid. I'll put up a more demure version if it offends anyone.

http://www.youtube.com/v/VNrhmbc0y_8
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Mishka

Re: The Jams of War
« Reply #39 on: May17-2008, 02:02:30 »
I can't believe nobody said this...it is the BLACK company after all.   :barb_smile:

http://video.google.com/videosearch?q=ac%2Fdc+back+in+black&hl=en&sitesearch=
« Last Edit: May17-2008, 02:05:57 by Mishka »

Mishka

Re: The Jams of War
« Reply #40 on: May22-2008, 18:58:23 »
Good music for Stygia

Stern

Re: The Jams of War
« Reply #41 on: May22-2008, 20:23:25 »
I'll stick with Finntroll, Amon Amarth, or Cro-Mags if I want something pumping. If I want to have more of an epic squeal, I'll go with Slough Feg's "Traveller."

More metal than you can shake a fist at.

Winingore

Re: The Jams of War
« Reply #42 on: May22-2008, 20:29:09 »
Age of quarrel is in my top 5 albums all time.  good call.

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Re: The Jams of War
« Reply #43 on: May27-2008, 22:11:41 »

Winingore

Re: The Jams of War
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