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  Taral-DLOS
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Dancelittleewok wrote:
Ke$ha - Blow

Yes, I enjoy the occasional pop song. Don't judge me. Razz


Great song. The video is insane.

"You should stop Slanderbeeking my name, Ke-dollarsign-Ha."
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7Horse "Low Fuel Drug Run"

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"Satellite" by OceanLab. My gosh I love this band. Cool
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Reepicheep wrote:
"Satellite" by OceanLab. My gosh I love this band. Cool


You're half a world away...
And in my mind I whisper every single word you say
And before you sleep at night
You pray to me, your lucky star, your singing satellite
*HARD TECHNO BEATS*

I may have to listen to Euro Invasion IV (the album I have it on) on the way home tonight.
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Taral-DLOS wrote:
Reepicheep wrote:
"Satellite" by OceanLab. My gosh I love this band. Cool


You're half a world away...
And in my mind I whisper every single word you say
And before you sleep at night
You pray to me, your lucky star, your singing satellite
*HARD TECHNO BEATS*

I may have to listen to Euro Invasion IV (the album I have it on) on the way home tonight.

*raises hand for a high five*

I'm starting to really like European Dance Music. Cool
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Reepicheep wrote:
Taral-DLOS wrote:
Reepicheep wrote:
"Satellite" by OceanLab. My gosh I love this band. Cool


You're half a world away...
And in my mind I whisper every single word you say
And before you sleep at night
You pray to me, your lucky star, your singing satellite
*HARD TECHNO BEATS*

I may have to listen to Euro Invasion IV (the album I have it on) on the way home tonight.

*raises hand for a high five*

I'm starting to really like European Dance Music. Cool


*high five*!

All I listened to when I lived near Toronto was their local Euro-techno-dance station "The New Z-103.5". In Grade 12, my friends and I had second period as a spare, and we'd stream the radio station through the computer in the student lounge. It was there that we discovered "Wayback Wednesday", where for 40 minutes commercial-free they played dance music from the early 90s to early 00s. Reminiscing about childhood, all "I remember this! I had this song on my Dance Mix '95 tape!" Good times had by all.

That station used to produce its own CDs, including Euromix, Street Mix, and Hit Mix, as well as the tie-in CD to their annual Summer Rush concerts (once held at The Docks, now at Wonderland I think, if they still do it). I used to buy all of them. Their DJs would also be involved in CDs like Euro Invasion and Club Hits and the like.

I don't listen to much music anymore in general, preferring podcasts and talk radio, but I have all my old CDs on my iPod, and listened to Euro Invasion IV on the way to work today Smile

Listening to that, as well as your mention of OceanLab yesterday Reep, made me think of how interesting it is that Techno and its various other genres (Euro, House, Trance, etc.) can blend emotions in weird ways. OceanLab's "Satellite" and other songs like Ferry Corsten's "It's Time" (both on Euro Invasion IV) are really really sad songs if you listen to the lyrics, but the music behind it is all "DANCE!" Maybe the subtle message is "Dance really close to the person you're currently next to, because you may not be around tomorrow." Or, per Ke$ha, "So while you're hear in my arms, let's make the most of the night like we're gonna die young." Makes you think.

As an aside, before iTunes was as pervasive as it is now, I would listen to streaming radio stations through Windows Media Player. One time I was listening to a European dance station (I think out of Germany), and I kid you not there was a techno remix of the Anakin and Padmé love theme. Brilliant!
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Taral-DLOS wrote:
OceanLab's "Satellite" and other songs like Ferry Corsten's "It's Time" (both on Euro Invasion IV) are really really sad songs if you listen to the lyrics, but the music behind it is all "DANCE!" Maybe the subtle message is "Dance really close to the person you're currently next to, because you may not be around tomorrow."

Definitely. I love that contrast. I'm not a fan of dance music generally (with booming beats and clubber lyrics), but the pure, ethereal quality of bands like OceanLab and Owl City with dreamer lyrics and soft synths are to die for for imo.

I just ordered OceanLab's album "Sirens of the Sea" by the way. I'm purposely trying to avoid listening to all the songs so that I'll still have some surprises.
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"Drink the Water" - Eisley

I love when songs haunt me like this. Cool
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Ich tu dir weh ~ Rammstein, friends and I chased them all across America last year! Just to have them turn around and announce a show in our own back yard..... The wife was thrilled lol
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Did some music hunting yesterday and found all kinds of new music, but I most excited for Airbourne's upcoming album, Black Dog Barking, and the new single they've released, "Live It Up."
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"Lonely Lullaby" - Owl City
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After discovering Seasick Steve, I'm now addicted. He has some really good songs and it's fun watching him jam on stage with people like Jack White.
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My wife bought the album R.E.V.O. by Walk Off The Earth not too long ago. It's really good!
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