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  Mara Jade Skywalker
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Kutless is awesome! You saw them in concert?! Aw, I wish. Definitely one of my favorite groups. What song of theirs do you like the best? I really like Sea of Faces.
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Someone found the song for me. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

I love it.....


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Mara Jade Skywalker wrote:
Kutless is awesome! You saw them in concert?! Aw, I wish. Definitely one of my favorite groups. What song of theirs do you like the best? I really like Sea of Faces.


I happen to love Strong Tower, that's a great song. Kutless was great in concert, I had a good view of them too I was only about 5 rows back.
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Mara Jade Skywalker wrote:
Jaci Velasquez is my most favorite ever, but I also really like Rebecca St. James, Kutless, and others. And I have heard of Reliant K and Eisley, Reepicheep, but I've never heard their stuff.


Awesome!
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i'm good with all my classic rock. the who, the beatles, and that kind of stuff.
i also like some stuff i've heard on TV. look up "what's up people?" on youtube, and go to the second result.
also, i love the three songs here


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Favorite The Who song = Magic Bus http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2IU1uMpodo
I love that song!
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Awhile ago I was listening to Umma Do Me by Rocko.
The song I love right now cause it always makes me happy is Wraith Pinned To The Mist.

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Maybe Iíll never die
Iíll just keep growing younger with you
And youíll grow younger too
now it seems too lovely to be true
but I know the best things always do


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Does anybody like country? I love it! Right now the songs I've got stuck in my head are Up! and That Don't Impress Me Much by Shania Twain. I also love Wherever We Go by the Newsboys. Very catchy song!
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I like quite a few songs by Montgomery Gentry and Tobey Keith. There is a couple of new songs I like but I haven't caught who sings them or what the names of the songs were yet.
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At one time I was a country fan, but then I returned to the light known as rock Laughing
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The Foo Fighters, One Republic, Linkin Park, Red Jumpsuit Aparatus, Coldplay to name a few. I'm also into a lot of Christian bands, thanks to my Uncle, who is a music producer at Simple Records.
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I like country. One song I love by Toby Keith is Courtesy Of The Red, White And Blue. C:
I love music x3333


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I like the new Def Leppard song with Tim McGraw, Nine Lives I think is what it's called. Album comes out the 29th so I'll probably check it out.
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Forgive the doublepost...

Two things:

Judas Priest: Nostradamus
Just bought this album and I must say I like it. Its new and refreshing. Rather than just putting out another Heavy Metal album which would no doubt fall short of the great ones they've produced in the past, they've tried something different, a double album metal symphony based on the life of Nostradamus. Each song flows seamlessly into the next with alternating themes on the famous prophet. I like the variety of the songs, some kind of heavy, true to their roots, while others are far lighter. Plus its 2 cd's of new music!

I give it 4 out 5 stars for innovation and sound

The other thing I wanted to mention was that NIN has released two new albums, free of charge, on their website. Ghosts: I-IV and The Slip are both free full album downloads. I haven't listened to them yet, but I did hear one of the singles from them, Discipline and I thought it sounded pretty good. If you're a NIN fan, check it out! It's FREE!
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Mara Jade Skywalker wrote:
Kutless is awesome! You saw them in concert?! Aw, I wish. Definitely one of my favorite groups. What song of theirs do you like the best? I really like Sea of Faces.


i just saw them the other night Smile
i don't really like their stuff, but it was nice spending time with my friends.
my friend has also got me hooked on panic at the disco Smile
they're awesome though :D


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