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Oomph! - Gott ist ein popstar :)
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Blue Oyster Cult - Veteran of the Psychic Wars :)
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Guns N Roses by Paradise City :)
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Xibalba - The Fountain original soundtrack - Clint Mansell
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Eh..... Beethoven's Piano Sonatas performed by Glenn Gould :)
(#9 now : ))
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Listening to Michael Jackson hits.
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Billy Joel Greatest Hits Volume 1 and 2, Disc One: Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)

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Bob Dylan - Rainy Day Women #12 & 35
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my police scanner :)
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Van Vliet wanted the whole band to "live" the Trout Mask Replica album. The group rehearsed Van Vliet's difficult compositions for eight months, living communally in Van Vliet's home in the Woodland Hills suburb of Los Angeles. Drummer John French described the situation as "cultlike"[1] and a visiting friend said "the environment in that house was positively Manson-esque."[2] By all accounts their circumstances were dire. With no income other than welfare and contributions from relatives the group survived on a bare subsistence diet, and were even arrested for shoplifting food (with Zappa bailing them out). A friend of Van Vliet's who visited the house described their appearance as "cadaverous" and that "they all looked in poor health." Band members were restricted from leaving the house and practiced for 14 or more hours a day. When the time finally arrived to record, the band was able to knock out the pieces flawlessly and this led to a very brief recording process
http://en.wikipedia....ut_Mask_Replica
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i listen to music that makes little kids cry. here an example dimmu borgir - paragons of the great apocalypse
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Some old-school 80's heavy Metal :)

Dio - Eriel
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AC/DC - It's a long way to the top if you wanna rock n roll (Or: song with longest name ever).


have to disagree on that one,

several species of small furry animals gathered together in a cave and grooving with a pict on ummagumma by pink floyd :)

listening to brain salad surgery by emerson, lake and palmer at the moment
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