What's Your Favorite Music

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    Macdude2010

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    I have a project where I need to survey people on what music they like

    Please answer these 2 questions

    What was your favorite band of all time?
    What are your two favorite songs of all time?
     
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    yourwiseguy

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    Q: What was your favorite band of all time?
    A: Relient K (Been listening to them since middle school)

    Q: What are your two favorite songs of all time?
    A: Kind of a tough one since I am not that into music but I would have to say Bohemian Rhapsody because it's simply a classic and pretty much any song from RK.
     
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    Winni

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    Band: Iron Maiden.

    Songs: That actually changes all the time, and it would be much easier for me to pick an album instead of just a song.

    1. The Phantom Of The Opera by Iron Maiden.
    2. Stand By Me by Ben E. King.

    Not far away:

    3. The three Gettysburg songs by Iced Earth: Devil to pay, Hold at all costs, High Water Mark.
    4. Humanity, pt. II by Ennio Morricone.
    5. I Don't Care Anymore by Phil Collins.
    6. Seasons In The Abyss by Slayer.


    Albums:

    1. Jeff Wayne's Musical Version Of The War Of The Worlds.
    2. The Number Of The Beast by Iron Maiden.
    3. Seasons In The Abyss by Slayer.
    4. The Thing, Ennio Morricone.
    5. Escape From New York, John Carpenter.
    6. Sorcerer, Tangerine Dream.

    Can we now talk about movies? :)
     
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    Brucewl

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    Q: What was your favorite band of all time?
    A: Linkin Park
    Q: What are your two favorite songs of all time?
    A: Halo & Numb; those 2 songs are so awesome!~~
     
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    netdog

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    Band:
    Grateful Dead

    Songs:
    Ode To Joy - Beethoven
    Ripple - Grateful Dead
     
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    favorite

    Favorite Band:
    The Beatles


    Songs: (Can't really narrow it down to two)

    A Day in the Life - The Beatles

    America - Simon and Garfunkel
     
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    dXTC

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    Favorite artist: Howard Jones.

    Favorite songs: This is a little more difficult.
    One favorite: "New Song" by Howard Jones (his first hit single). It was a major inspiration for me to learn to play and program electronic instruments.

    The second favorite song varies depending on my mood; if I had to narrow it down to 10, it would be:
    "Delta One" by Synergy.
    "The Robots" by Kraftwerk.
    "Starchildren" by Guardians Of The Earth.
    "Slave To The Music" by Twenty 4 Seven.
    "Bizarre Love Triangle" by New Order.
    "Color My Love" by Fun Fun.
    "Specialty", "Natural", "Equality", and "Things Can Only Get Better", all by Howard Jones.
     
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    nick1516

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    Band: Metallica
    Songs: Blackened by Metallica; ...And Justice for All by Metallica
     
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    FixYouriTunes

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    Band: Pet Shop Boys
    Songs: Born Slippy by Underworld, It's Alright by Pet Shop Boys
     
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    blackburn

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    Band: Metallica
    Song: Dyers Eve by Metallica and Death and the Healing by Wintersun
     
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    dXTC

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    PSB indeed rocks, all the way from "West End Girls" to "Pandemonium" (which should be released as a single, dammit).

    "It's Alright" is one of my fave PSB tunes, too, and is in my iPod's regular rotation/playlist. Do you prefer the Introspective version, or the single version as featured on Discography? (Both have their merits, IMHO.)
     
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    1. Ramones

    2.
    My Back Pages - Bob Dylan
    You Really Got Me - Van Halen
     
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    rgarjr

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    Both questions are pretty much impossible to answer.

    The answers all depend upon what mood I'm in at any given time.
     

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