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  1. gingergenius

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    post-rock-step? i like it, 7/10.

    back for something a bit more african, this guy's not one of the big names but this album's a classic
     
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    Yes. No idea what he's singing about, and no variation - but nice and rich. 8/10.

    On Fanshawe - not sure about his composing, but his recordings are amazing. Not by him, but a Tongan hymn that reminds me of the haka + Christ's passion - why they're so good at rugby?

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    I don't think I can rate that, knowing what it is, but it is interesting as I've never heard anything Tongan before other than their national anthem.

    Here's one of my favorite modern neo-orchestra pieces.

     
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    Never heard of neo-orchestra. Demain, c'etait hier - so pretenti ... sry, French! I like it, reminds me of Michael Nyman stuff, but it won't stick in my memory. 7/10.

    I've posted alot of french music, so I can't repeat Debussy, Satie etc. Here's something for a laugh, but the music isn't really french:

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    Never mind Micheal Flatley and Riverdance we have a new sensation here , Polderdance... 6/10 As its quite frankly mad as a bag of spiders.


    One of the best.
     
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    6/10. lots of preamble but charismatic performance once he gets going.

    this song, coincidentally, has just been put on the tube the day i searched for it. Lucky!
     
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    8/10, good find. Wasn't expecting something with 5 views to sound good!



    I'm not usually a fan, but I liked this one. Good effects in the video too.
     
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    Disturbing. Vid is 10/10, music 5/10. The poor baxtard, probably just trying to help!

    Hangover song:
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    9/10 smashing tune has me mad for a session soon.

     
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    You are Glen Hansard and I claim my £5. It's powerful, but I'm not really into the music - 7/10.

    I think he's influenced alot by this guy - **** video, but they're on stage together:

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    Might be just my laptop but quality is pretty bad can just hear a couple of glimpses? What I heard is not my fav. music but 6 1/2 /10.

    This is definatly not going to be any time of music I've seen on here but it's what im listening at the moment.

     
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    DP got that crazy ****! one of the best tunes of lets get free. 9/10.

    my fav DP song:
     
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    Not great music, but the message is true - for whites as well: 1000000 unemployed in the UK 16-24 years old. Disaster leading to revolution. 7/10.

    Slave hymn - lyrics were nicked for a Boney M song:

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    Best I could find...

    Turbowolf - Let's Die

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    5/10. nothing particularly standout, maybe better if i was there live.

    rediscovered this watching Igby Goes Down this week. tune.
     
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    Yeah, me likes the semi tones. Never heard it before. 8/10.

    Heard Band Aid a few times on the radio over Christmas: sickening lyrics, but I realised that the song's power comes from Phil Collins, massive drummer and one of England's great musicians (huge chip on his shoulder about his missus' adultery):

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    not a big fan of what little phil collins music i've heard, and i'll admit i know very little about the technical side of drumming, but he keeps the beat going nicely there, 8/10.

    on the subject of drumming, here's a very unfashionable band I still like, largely because of Joey Jordison's drumming efforts:
     
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