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Old 14/06/2008, 10:27 AM
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Whats the guys name? I sometimes feel like i'm Irish too - like i'm back to front
*he checks his folder of songs to download--- doesn't see it yet....continues to search*
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EDIT: looks like the video won't play. The direct link works, though.
Yeah, if you click direct link there is a note on that page 'Embedding disabled by request'...what a mean bastard LOL
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Old 14/06/2008, 02:33 PM
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Old 14/06/2008, 03:03 PM
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Another one for Ramstein also that is amazing. I don't speak German, but still I like Ramstein a lot. The video clip here is very interesting.



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Old 14/06/2008, 03:14 PM
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Yeah, if you click direct link there is a note on that page 'Embedding disabled by request'...what a mean bastard LOL
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Old 14/06/2008, 08:30 PM
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Another one for Ramstein also that is amazing. I don't speak German, but still I like Ramstein a lot. The video clip here is very interesting.
I like Rammstein too, apparently they are more enjoyable if you don't know German
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I like Rammstein too, apparently they are more enjoyable if you don't know German
Yeah you said earlier on this thread that you only know some classic rock or something and have never had a cool taste in music. But here you now like Rammstein and you knew loads of different bands on your socionic theme song thread. So why are you having us on or something?
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Yeah you said earlier on this thread that you only know some classic rock or something and have never had a cool taste in music. But here you now like Rammstein and you knew loads of different bands on your socionic theme song thread. So why are you having us on or something?
Rammstein aren't that cool, and it'd be weird if I hadn't heard of them. I don't exactly own any of their records. What I meant was that I wasn't a scenester. Having a 'cool' taste in music would be lots of obscure indie stuff. I have quite an eclectic taste in music, it's true, but I generally prefer classic rock. Why does it matter?
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Rammstein aren't that cool, and it'd be weird if I hadn't heard of them. I don't exactly own any of their records. What I meant was that I wasn't a scenester. Having a 'cool' taste in music would be lots of obscure indie stuff. I have quite an eclectic taste in music, it's true, but I generally prefer classic rock. Why does it matter?
We have different definitions of whats cool then. Music or something isn't cool because it's obscure and indie. Something is cool just because it is! It doesn't matter as such. But it does matter that your saying your music taste isn't cool. It's like your putting yourself down (before someone else does or because someone else does?). Why wouldn't you like your own taste? It's your taste so you like it and you shouldn't put your own taste down. Unless it's self depreciating humour which can be funny but not serious.
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Why wouldn't you like your own taste? It's your taste so you like it and you shouldn't put your own taste down. Unless it's self depreciating humour which can be funny but not serious.
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I have got a self deprecating sense of humour. Guess it's my age really, I use 'cool' sarcastically, because I really don't follow fashion, and that stuff's important to some people.
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I have got a self deprecating sense of humour. Guess it's my age really,
Wait. I never said self depreciating humour was bad I like it and use it.

How is this age related?
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I use 'cool' sarcastically, because I really don't follow fashion, and that stuff's important to some people.
I say something is cool because I like it. I call fashion uncool unless i'm being sarcastic where I call it cool.
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How is this age related?

I say something is cool because I like it. I call fashion uncool unless i'm being sarcastic where I call it cool.
Me too. That's kind of what I meant by 'cool' The age-related thing was the fashion. I'm just out of uni, and my music taste has always been a bit eccentric for my age.
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This one attackes my Feeling function:


Direct link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyOf_L4cNHc

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The following one is one of the pieces for Bach which I like the most:


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This one attackes my Feeling function:


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The following one is one of the pieces for Bach which I like the most:


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He is slightly reminiscent of Christian Bale.

It must be the double expression of the music -those jaw movements accompanying the piano key strokes that amuse you in the wrong way?

Great musical piece btw.

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He is slightly reminiscent of Christian Bale.

It must be the double expression of the music -those jaw movements accompanying the piano key strokes that amuse you in the wrong way?

Great musical piece btw.


Hahahahahahahahaha! I just saw the second video!!! Hahahaha! Tears from laughter!!!!! Great!!! Thanks for that video!!!

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He is slightly reminiscent of Christian Bale.

It must be the double expression of the music -those jaw movements accompanying the piano key strokes that amuse you in the wrong way?

Great musical piece btw.





Hahahahahahahahaha! I just saw the second video!!! Hahahaha! Tears from laughter!!!!! Great!!! Thanks for that video!!!


Watched it again. The guy is a genius. He lives the music.

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Old 15/06/2008, 12:59 AM
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An amazing piece. Seeing the face of this woman while playing makes me tired: where does she bring all that emotional energy from?


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Old 15/06/2008, 01:32 AM
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An amazing piece. Seeing the face of this woman while playing makes me tired: where does she bring all that emotional energy from?


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This talented woman distracts herself by seeing herself through the eyes of her imagined views of other people views of her when playing beautiful pieces of music that she wants other people to appreciate.

She wants to be the melody she is playing.

She should be the melody instead, because she is already.
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Old 15/06/2008, 01:34 AM
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This talented woman distracts herself by seeing herself through the eyes of her imagined views of other people views of her when playing beautiful pieces of music that she wants other people to appreciate.

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How could you recognize this?
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How could you recognize this?
When I feel good I am very analytical.
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Old 17/06/2008, 01:15 AM
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