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Old 06-17-2005, 01:12 PM   #11
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You guys listen to weird music. How old are all you?

MOS is cool though, he listens to Styx and AC/DC.. Ozzy sucks though.

Ted Nugent - Stranglehold
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Free Bird
Steppenwolf - Magic Carpet Ride
AC/DC - Thunderstruck


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We are talking about songs that give you goosebumps....Thunderstruck gives you goosebumps??? And you think we are wierd? Thunderstruck just makes me drive faster. geez.
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Old 06-17-2005, 01:31 PM   #12
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American Soldier- Toby Keith
I had a good friend who is in the Army send me that one...it not only gave me goosebumps, it made me cry too.
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Hurt- Johnny Cash

You know Hurt is originally a Nine Inch Nails song...... Trent Reznor wrote it.
Does the NIN give you goosebumps too... or just the Cash version.
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I would have to go with the Johnny Cash version only on that one. I like the song a lot. Video is very moving for it as well.

I would have to add

The Car - Jeff Carson
Vimy - Tanglefoot I believe - My friend'* cousin sang it at a talent show at the summer camp I worked at. She was a very good singer. Something for the Canadian with this one. Lyrics and info

I have a couple more... but I need to get back to work
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i don't know about you civilians, but for alot of military folks, the our national anthem does it for us. especially when considering all of those who have died in this country'* services.
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i don't know about you civilians, but for alot of military folks, the our national anthem does it for us. especially when considering all of those who have died in this country'* services.
Didn't even think of that, and you're absolutely right. And it ticks me off when people don't treat the song with respect (hats off, stand up, shut up, etc.) EDIT _ Add to this rant, "Whether it'* your anthem or not." They play both when US Teams play Canadidian teams, right. So show respect to both!! It'* just a few minutes, after all...

Dang, I ain't been to event in months, and you got me all riled up just thinking about it!!
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You guys listen to weird music. How old are all you?

MOS is cool though, he listens to Styx and AC/DC.. Ozzy sucks though.

Ted Nugent - Stranglehold
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Free Bird
Steppenwolf - Magic Carpet Ride
AC/DC - Thunderstruck


-justin
You have no idea what kind of music we (PDad and I) listen too. We listen to everything, mainly rock, and I am not talking about soft rock either!!! We listen to everything you have listed and more!!! So trust me, we are not old, nor are we werid. It just means that we have a diverse music library!!!! :P
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To me, good rock music gives me goosebumps. I don't listen to 'slow' music.. a little easy listening, but not like elevator music.. Fleetwood Mac is about the lowest I go. Earth, Wind, & Fire too.

91/97 is right, NIN did originally record Hurt.. they had like 9 versions of the song.. including a techno one, but it was called something else. Started with an 'N' badass song, IMO

What do I know about 'cool' music? I know 'cool' [classic rock] music was never recorded after 1985.. and that I listen to 'cool' music .


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To me, good rock music gives me goosebumps. I don't listen to 'slow' music.. a little easy listening, but not like elevator music.. Fleetwood Mac is about the lowest I go. Earth, Wind, & Fire too.

91/97 is right, NIN did originally record Hurt.. they had like 9 versions of the song.. including a techno one, but it was called something else. Started with an 'N' badass song, IMO

What do I know about 'cool' music? I know 'cool' [classic rock] music was never recorded after 1985.. and that I listen to 'cool' music .


-justin
There is even better rock recorded before 1985. Judas Priest, Molly Hatchett, Scorpions, Iron Maiden, Anthrax, and the list goes on. This thread wasn't about what we listen to but what moves us to goosebumps.
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To me, good rock music gives me goosebumps. I don't listen to 'slow' music.. a little easy listening, but not like elevator music.. Fleetwood Mac is about the lowest I go. Earth, Wind, & Fire too.

91/97 is right, NIN did originally record Hurt.. they had like 9 versions of the song.. including a techno one, but it was called something else. Started with an 'N' badass song, IMO

What do I know about 'cool' music? I know 'cool' [classic rock] music was never recorded after 1985.. and that I listen to 'cool' music .


-justin
There is even better rock recorded before 1985. Judas Priest, Molly Hatchett, Scorpions, Iron Maiden, Anthrax, and the list goes on. This thread wasn't about what we listen to but what moves us to goosebumps.

Thank you!!!!
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