Topic: A Music Thread

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"It's a good feeling just bringing out old friends. On bass: Billy Box. On drums: Mr. Buddy Miles. On guitar and vocals: Mr. Jimmy Hendrix. Yes, they are the Band of Gypsys."

"Stone Free" by Jimmy Hendrix / Band of Gypsys, live at the Fillmore East, New Years Eve 1969.

Edited on by bezerker99


This is like the best song in music history, in my opinion. "Life on Mars?" by David Bowie:

I just love Bowie's music, and this is my no.1 out of all his works. Got a tattoo on my arm which says "Is there life on Mars?" 'Nuf said.

Edited on by ITAFTRS



Found this recently.

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This just made me laugh.

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I`ve been a slave from the cradle to the grave.


One of my favorite songs from my favorite band

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I recently saw the trailer to X-Men: Days of Future Past, and it made me really excited for the movie; can't wait for it to come out, and Bryan Singer's back on board too (he hasn't directed an X-Men movie since X2, and that was ten years ago)! One of the things that stood out to me the most was the music that was played during it. One of the comments I've read said that this music is played in pretty much every trailer for something upcoming, and it also said that it was first heard in the movie Sunshine (the Danny Boyle movie; I haven't seen it, but now I'm curious); having listened to it several times now, I can see why it's used so much: it's really good! It's amazing, inspiring even; and it's recently become one of my favorite movie themes!

Sunshine - Surface of the Sun

Edited on by StarBoy91

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