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Malum Prohibitum said:
I would bet that music causes brain damage.
We can't all listen to depressing country or blue grass. ;)
 

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I didn't realize that darth vader was a Rammstein fan.
 

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My six year old loves bluegrass. :D I am listening right now to Mozart's violin concerto No. 5, and so far no brane damatge ist rejisterun . . .
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
I am listening right now to Mozart's violin concerto No. 5,
I actually like Some of Mozart's stuff. Particularly Requiem.
 

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Rammstein said:
Malum Prohibitum said:
I am listening right now to Mozart's violin concerto No. 5,
I actually like Some of Mozart's stuff. Particularly Requiem.
Wagner's stuff is better.

Ride of the Valkyries comes to mind. Get the blood flowing!
 

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Rammstein said:
Malum Prohibitum said:
I would bet that music causes brain damage.
We can't all listen to depressing country or blue grass. ;)
Nothing wrong with bluegrass.

There are some beautiful women at Nickel Creek shows (including one on stage).
 

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I can't listen to classical at work, the mood just isn't right. I've got the jazz mix playing on my Ipod right now, but I may switch to blues in a few minutes.
 

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Adam5 said:
I can't listen to classical at work, the mood just isn't right. I've got the jazz mix playing on my Ipod right now, but I may switch to blues in a few minutes.
Jazz? Do you wear a turtleneck and a beret and hang out at French themed-cafes? :lol:
 

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Rammstein said:
Malum Prohibitum said:
I am listening right now to Mozart's violin concerto No. 5,
I actually like Some of Mozart's stuff. Particularly Requiem.
WOW THAT IS WEIRD. That is what I just switched in, was listening and saw this post.
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
Adam5 said:
I can't listen to classical at work, the mood just isn't right. I've got the jazz mix playing on my Ipod right now, but I may switch to blues in a few minutes.
Jazz? Do you wear a turtleneck and a beret and hang out at French themed-cafes? :lol:
Only when no one's watching..... 8)

I listen to a little of everything. I have 4400+ songs in my Ipod ranging from Anthrax to Koko Taylor to Willie Nelson to Duran Duran to Miles Davis to Sinatra to Beastie Boys to Charles Mingus.

Justabout anything that I'm in the mood for is in there. I even have some of the School House Rock song in it. :shock:
 

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I even have some of the School House Rock song in it. :shock:
I bought my son the whole collection at Best Buy. He loves it. His favorite is the one about Concord and Lexington . . . what is the name of that?

I think he just likes that the Mom hands the little guy a rifle to go off and fight the British with Dad.

Here it is:

http://www.schoolhouserock.tv/Shot.html

Shot Heard 'Round the World

"The British are coming! The British are coming!"
Now, the ride of Paul Revere
Set the nation on its ear,
And the shot at Lexington heard 'round the world,
When the British fired in the early dawn
The War of Independence had begun,
The die was cast, the rebel flag unfurled.

And on to Concord marched the foe
To seize the arsenal there you know,
Waking folks searching all around
Till our militia stopped them in their tracks,
At the old North Bridge we turned them back
And chased those Redcoats back to Boston town.

And the shot heard 'round the world
Was the start of the Revolution.
The Minute Men were ready, on the move.
Take your powder, and take your gun.
Report to General Washington.
Hurry men, there's not an hour to lose!

Now, at famous Bunker Hill,
Even though we lost, it was quite a thrill,
The rebel Colonel Prescott proved he was wise;
Outnumbered and low on ammunition
As the British stormed his position
He said, "Hold your fire till you see the whites of their eyes!"

Though the next few years were rough,
General Washington's men proved they were tough,
Those hungry, ragged boys would not be beat.
One night they crossed the Delaware,
Surprised the Hessians in their lair,
And at Valley Forge they just bundled up their feet!

And the shot heard 'round the world
Was the start of the Revolution.
The Minute Men were ready, on the move.
Take your blanket, and take your son.
Report to General Washington.
We've got our rights and now it's time to prove.

Well, they showed such determination
That they won the admiration
Of countries across the sea like France and Spain,
Who loaned the colonies ships and guns
And put the British on the run
And the Continental Army on its feet again.

And though they lost some battles too,
The Americans swore they'd see it through,
Their raiding parties kept up, hit and run.
At Yorktown the British could not retreat,
Bottled up by Washington and the French Fleet,
Cornwallis surrendered and finally we had won!

The winner!

Hurray!

From the shot heard 'round the world
To the end of the Revolution
The continental rabble took the day
And the father of our country
Beat the British there at Yorktown
And brought freedom to you and me and the U.S.A.!

God bless America, Let Freedom Ring!
Great stuff! My boy is getting an education . . .
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
Believing or not, a college professor played that video in one of my PoliSci classes.
 
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