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Freshman
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post your opinions

mine:

Bad: Closer by Nine Inch nails. On one hand, the lyric, "You bring me closer to god" may work on your significant other, but lines like "I wanna NFBSK you like an animal" and "You let me violate you" will make em call the cops

good: In your eyes by Peter Gabriel , sweet, relaxing song that's perfect to play on a beautiful night while sitting outside.. or something

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Towknie
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Good -- Bolero

Bad -- Why Don't We Get Drunk and Screw by Jimmy Buffett

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wow.

I couldn't disagree with you more.

ETA: I meant I disagree with HSSenior.

That's what makes the world go 'round though, right?

[Wink]

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Dawnshadow
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Very, very bad: "You and me, baby, ain't nothin' but mammals..."
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Towknie
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Why do I get the feeling the bad songs will overwhelmingly dominate this topic?

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Nonny Mouse, on Santa's laptop
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There's this one piece that keeps being used in sex scenes in the movies, with this ultra-deep voice that says, "Oh, yeah!" over and over again. And I swear that if a man ever puts that song on to get frisky with me, I'll be having sweetbreads for breakfast next morning.

Nonny

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Rainmom
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Making love to any song fromthis album would give me the creeps.

Same goes for anything by Kenny G.

I guess I'm not a "smooth kinda lovin'" gal.

Rain"you shook me all night long"mom

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I agree with Closer being a bad song just because imo its a cliche and all the goths and emo kids nbsk to it and think they are the first to do it.


Good: I prefer instrumentals and Buckethead does very nicely for that.

Bad: Anything thats been done to death or novelty songs.

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Rainmom
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quote:
Originally posted by our next contestant, Nonny Mouse:
There's this one piece that keeps being used in sex scenes in the movies, with this ultra-deep voice that says, "Oh, yeah!" over and over again. And I swear that if a man ever puts that song on to get frisky with me, I'll be having sweetbreads for breakfast next morning.

Nonny

"Oh Yeah" by Yello? Is it the same song from the end of Ferris Bueler's Day Off?

Rainmom

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Nonny Mouse, on Santa's laptop
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I've never seen Ferris Bueller's Day Off, so I couldn't tell you if it's the same song. The word "beautiful" is also repeated a lot if that's worth anything.

Nonny

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Rainmom
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quote:
Originally posted by our next contestant, Nonny Mouse:
I've never seen Ferris Bueller's Day Off, so I couldn't tell you if it's the same song. The word "beautiful" is also repeated a lot if that's worth anything.

Nonny

Yup, that's it...i am listening to it as I type this! I just downloaded it.

BTW, Ferris Bueller's Day Off is a classic...very 80's and funny. My 12 year old loves it.

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Ramblin' Dave, quietly making noise
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Good: The Flamingos...in fact, that whole CD has a special place in my collection. [Big Grin] The Moody Blues' Live at Red Rocks is pretty good too. And anything by Enya, naturally.

Bad: Pretty much anything you'll find on a lovesong compilation CD, in my experience.

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I second "In Your Eyes" by Peter Gabriel.. but it has to be the live 11 minute version, the one with all the African kind of beats and yeah ee ah ee ah's in it.

And I'll cast a cheesey vote for "Almost Paradise" since that was the first song I ever parked to, waaaaay back in the day.

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Cervus
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Good: Enya, Loreena McKennitt, soft trance music, flutes and harps, soft Celtic or Norse music.

Bad: That Pepto-Bismol commercial where they're singing about diarrhea. (We've learned to turn the TV off when getting in the mood!) Also screaming death metal.

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Towknie
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Never tried it, but how 'bout the 1812 overture with it's cannon shots in the finale?

Tow "too much testosterone" knie

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1812 Overture!? That's 15 minutes long!

How about "Fist F###" by 'John The Baker and The Malnourished' from the album "Music is Stupid. We Like Noise!" Measures in at one-oh-seven.

"Oh Yeah" by Yellow was also in "The Secret Of My Success".

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martin-at-work
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quote:
Originally posted by Cervus:
We've learned to turn the TV off when getting in the mood!

But what do you watch then?
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tagurit
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Probably any music that I don't select would be bad. My favorite for making love is Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here."

Most of the time, though, I prefer no music and definitely no television! Definitely no tv! Should I say it again? You want to watch tv? Fine, I'll be over here doing my nails.

ETA: I have a lot of nerve participating in this thread when it's been so long I can't possibly recall what I like or don't like, during. [Smile]

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martin-at-work
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quote:
Originally posted by tagurit:
ETA: I have a lot of nerve participating in this thread when it's been so long I can't possibly recall what I like or don't like, during. [Smile]

Couldn't you refresh your memory by watching the videos you made [Smile]
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Canuckistan
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Bad: Anything by a boy band. Yikes.

Good: Anita Baker. Anything jazzy. Most trance music. Most stuff from the 19th century (Rachmaninoff's Vocalise is one of the most intense pieces of music I know.)

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A Man of Wealth and Taste
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Okay, I can't think of many "bad" songs... even songs like "Closer" or "The Bad Touch" (you and me baby ain't nothin' but mammals...) have their place, although for a lot or songs that place is in an established relationship with a partner who has a sense of humor. [Smile]

But I'd have to say my favorite song for this is The Faint - Glass Danse. It's not the lyrics, but... just listen to it and tell me I'm wrong. [Wink]

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Good: Tchaikovsky's Romeo and Juliet.

Bad: John Cage's 4′33″.

Nick

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quote:
Originally posted by martin-at-work:
quote:
Originally posted by tagurit:
ETA: I have a lot of nerve participating in this thread when it's been so long I can't possibly recall what I like or don't like, during. [Smile]

Couldn't you refresh your memory by watching the videos you made [Smile]
There were videos made? [Eek!] Are they any good?

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quote:
Originally posted by Nick Theodorakis:
Bad: John Cage's 4′33″.

I dunno. At the very least, it would be an interesting rendition! I suppose it could part of a stage performance as well, but that might somewhat defeat the intent.

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I have said it before Marc Broussard has a great voice and some great stuff.Yes does too
Bad...any comedy album (of course)
Zed Lepplin just anoys me (but that may just be me)
And if you can NFBSK to Ozzy I ..(deleted for content)
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Violent Femmes "Add It Up" jumps to mind immediately.
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Good:

Wings Hi Hi Hi
Badfinger Rock of All Ages
Beatles Revolution 1 (sounds like somebody's NFBSKing at the end of it)

Bad:

The Beatles Her Majesty (23 seconds long)

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Who needs music? I'd rather listen to the natural soundtrack...

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No Doubt's "Hella Good" tops my list...

Bad - radio with commercials - ugh!

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MissEltoe
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quote:
Originally posted by Canuckistan:
Bad: Anything by a boy band. Yikes.

Good: Anita Baker. Anything jazzy. Most trance music. Most stuff from the 19th century (Rachmaninoff's Vocalise is one of the most intense pieces of music I know.)

Yes, I like just about anything "jazzy". Anita Baker, Sade, Amel Larrieux... I like R&B, but not so much like that CD rainmom posted. [lol]

ETA: a name

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No music for us. It's too hard to hear the kids when they come walking in... [Eek!]

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Griffin at the Maul
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Peter Gabriel's So is a great lovemaking album.

For bad: anything by Frontline Assembly, Front 242, Nitzer Ebb, Rammstein.

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Musical Waffles

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Bad: Probably any kind of break-up song, especially ones about cheating...
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Jay Temple
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quote:
Originally posted by Ophiuchus:
Bad: Probably any kind of break-up song, especially ones about cheating...

Even while you're cheating? That seems like it has the potential to go either way.

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