This is what I listen to:
My favorite band. This Seattle band has been around since 1983. I
caught on to them when they released their 3rd album "Operation:
Mindcrime" in 1988 and it's still my favorite. My favorite song
would have to be "Eyes of a stranger". And I just love Geoff
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track listings for Queensrÿche.
Great band, great music and the lyrics... I love it. Actually,
they've become something of an obsession. And they've helped
me to cope with the worst year of my life. They are my lifeline,
especially Jonathan. Sometimes it feels like they are the only
thing keeping me from drowning.
I'm very choosey when it comes to music and I'd almost lost
hope in the music industry. Then I found KoRn. They're the only
band that has ever come close to threatening Queensrÿche's
position as my favorite band. And it only took 12 years.
Midge Ure This
Scottish singer I first discovered when he was in
Ultravox in the 80's. I've since followed him in his solocareer
and he's still one of my favorites. Amazing voice...
Queens of the Stone Age
It just doesn't get much better than this.
Records you just have to have:
- Queensrÿche 'Operation: Mindcrime'
- Queensrÿche 'Empire'
- Queensrÿche 'Promised Land'
- KoRn 'KoRn'
- KoRn 'Issues'
- Rob Zombie 'Hellbilly Deluxe'
- Tori Amos 'Little Earthquakes'
- OST for 'Con Air' by Mark Mancina.
- OST for 'The Rock' by Hans Zimmer.
- OST for 'The nightmare before Christmas'. The best moviesoundtrack ever. By Danny Elfman.
- Duran Duran 'Arena'. Yes, I know it sticks out but I loved
DD as a kid and I still've got a soft spot for them. The
chauffeur, Wild boys and Save a prayer are my fav DD songs.
- 'Carmina Burana' by Carl Orff
- Disturbed 'The sickness'
- Queens of the Stone Age 'Songs for the deaf'
I also highly recommend:
Also be sure to check out John Williams, Judas Priest,
Black Sabbath, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Lynyrd Skynyrd,
- In Flames 'Reroute to Remain'
- Queens of the Stone Age 'Rated R'
- Queens of the Stone Age 'Queens of the Stone Age'
- Disturbed 'Believe'
- Rob Zombie 'Sinister urge'
- Rammstein 'Mutter'
- A Perfect Circle 'Mer de Noms'
- Midge Ure 'Pure'
- Foo Fighters 'The colour and the shape', 'There is nothing left to lose' and 'One by One'
- KoRn 'Follow the leader'
- KoRn 'Untouchables'
- Queensrÿche, all the rest of their albums
- 3 doors down 'The better life',
- John Fogerty 'Blue Moon Swamp'
- Ozzy Osbourne 'No more tears'
- Cold '13 ways to bleed on stage'
- Linkin Park 'Hybrid Theory'