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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittens Starburst View Post
    It's also one of the few instrumental pieces I can't 'sing' along to in a 'dumdeedumdum' fashion. It would be criminal to ruin such beauty.
    I've got a coworker who does that constantly, and just happens to know every note of every song that's ever been played on the radio. He thinks nobody can hear him because of all the machinery running in the background, but we can. There's frequently an exchange of pained glances and muted chuckles whenever he doo-dee-doos something particularly epic.

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    Pendulum - The Tempest

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    The Smoke by Amorphis because I just picked up their live dvd and it makes me all relaxed and happy.

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    John Wayne Is Big Leggy by Haysi Fantayzee

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    This kinda fits right after that Haysi Fantayzee tune:

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenPanced View Post
    A very familiar tune, but there is a mix I'm more familiar with that sounds like it came out 1991-1993. It's not the Tourist Mix or the Mad-ID remix. Hm, will have to through digging. All I know is that the refrain is used much more as opposed to the rapping.

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    I'm Losing my Edge by LCD Soundsystem.

    One of the best songs in the last 10 years, let alone one of the best bands in the past 20 years. Typically, when I listen to this song, I feel the same way. But not today, I'm actually getting shit done. Odd.
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    Ascension by Tycho.

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    Vaka by Sigur Ros off of the Heim EP.
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