4/08/2010 11:03pm, #1
(a music question) I want to be feared...
...but everytime I go to find out where to purchase Brians Pepperspray it redirects me back to YMAS.
Very humourous. I chuckled. Not at the disabled dude, that wouldn't be right. But the disabled dudes presence and the ad's implication is funny. But not in a discriminatory way, except for retards that would actually think that kind of **** was cool. I don't mean to use the word retard in a derogatory way to actual retards, ****, do they like to be called retards, fuuuuck, I'm sure they don't, but I mean retards who buy in to bullshit marketing like no touch, you will be feared, etc. ****, whoever made that ad has given me mixed feelings. Not in my pants, though. Just to clarify.
Anyway, as a completely unrelated question, does anyone know of any classical music that is uplifting and pumps you up? Something that is both haunting and powerful, but allows meditation before a fight. I ask for classical because I am stocked with metal, hip hop, etc, I know what I like in modern music, but most of that stuff engages my conscious with emotion. I am looking to engage my unconscious without clouding my conscious, something that I can visualise to. I don't care whether it is vocal harmony or orchestral. Anyway, let me know, or don't. It really is up to you.
4/08/2010 11:04pm, #2
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Ride of the Valkyries.
4/08/2010 11:07pm, #3
Good call. Compositions in that vein guys, cheers OiScout.
4/08/2010 11:16pm, #4
4/08/2010 11:22pm, #5
Once again, good call. Peer Gynt- In the Hall of the Mountain King was the cause of my query.
4/08/2010 11:28pm, #6
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YouTube- Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 op. 125 - Second Movement (Part 1 of 2) Period Instruments
YouTube- Beethoven: Ninth Symphony (1st movement beginning)
YouTube- Mozart concerto 20 in d, K.466 - 1. Allegro (1of2) Gulda
YouTube- Symphony No 9 - New World Symphony - Scherzo Molto Vivace - Dvorak
And of course
YouTube- The Toy Dolls - "Toccata in Dm" (Live) Receiver Records
WHo say's Oi! bands can't play ;)
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In De Janerio, in blackest night,
Luta Livre flees the fight,
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4/09/2010 12:22am, #7
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4/09/2010 12:49am, #8
4/09/2010 1:30am, #9
While hardly legitimate classical, try some Apocalyptica.
4/09/2010 2:21am, #10Originally Posted by MrBadGuy