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    All American Rejects - It Ends Tonight

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    Dire Straits - Sultans of Swing

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    Quote Originally Posted by -{SpoonmaN}- View Post
    Just heard some Johnny Cash, listening to some Rammstein now, got some Public Enemy coming up next.
    Gotta love johnny cash.

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    Those UK WABers with a taste for classical music and living in the UK are well catered for by Classic FM. It is on during most of the day in my household.
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    I am listening to...

    hold on a min..let me run the media player...

    selecting playlist.........

    Okay...now i am listening to Linkin Park.

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    Cool...rock is kinda meh though.

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    "That Cannon Beat $hit" by Jon E' B aka Jon Jones (a personal friend of mine) anyone whos into rap check out his myspace.

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    Rap is an abomination, and there is a suitable word that rhymes with it. No wonder some of the younger generation appear to be brain-dead if this is what they listen to.
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    Depends upon the rapper.

    Nickelback - Animals

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    ДДT - Осенняя

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    Quote Originally Posted by glyn View Post
    Rap is an abomination, and there is a suitable word that rhymes with it. No wonder some of the younger generation appear to be brain-dead if this is what they listen to.
    Not really, I am not at all brain-dead and have been listening to rap since I was about 10. Rap is something you really need to be in the proper position to be able to relate to. My generation thinks very differently than past genereations. Listen to some rap that has really good lyrics to it and then you can tell me that its not more poetic than musical. I can relate to alot of rap and i understand the artistic part of it. You really have to see it from another point of view. I can think of at least 5 rappers whose lyrics are not just the same thing over and over again but rather clever plays on words as well as a slew of diverse vocabulary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asim Aquil View Post
    Depends upon the rapper.

    Nickelback - Animals
    Eminem...God

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    Yeah recently he's improved. He came onto the scene as such a whiny boy. My mommy did this, my mommy did that.

    I liked his stuff when he joined D-12. Especially that unreleased song about Limp Bizkit.

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