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Trying to get youtube out of the dub step, dance electronica stuff. I mean it’s nice when you’re not actually listening, but…

Doing searches for way out there stuff, J-death metal, Kim Dracula, Skynd, almost fringe music.

FYI

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I used a mod to replace the BoS music in FO4 with the one from the show. Rather epic when the Prydwen shows up

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Eventually I’ll play with mods. (Have to get all the achievements again.)

For now I’ll just blast Far Harbor music while playing 76. :joy:

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Trying to find the CoA Nucleus sound track on Spotify to no avail. Every other bloody Far Harbor track except for the creepy chanting

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It took me forever to find the Harbor edit, so I understand.

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No techno here…

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This is just stuck in my head. :cry:

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Feel no guilt about it. Just remember what happened to the whole world with this one :rofl::rofl::rofl:.

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Comment from the band -
"The main focus on this video and song was to have a metaphor for the struggles of fighting disease or illness, whether it being physical or mental. Each step of healing and recovery is another Flag in the Ground. With every little step, one more victory won… "

Whatever you might be facing in your lives, I hope you can take a step forward.

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A real music :gem:.
Enjoy BEATS ANTIQUE!

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Lots of new stuff $

Even as someone who never listened to techno I knew Rhythm is a Dancer. A classic.

Jenny was my introduction to Nothing More and I’ve been keeping up with them since. Sometimes they get a bit strange but never generic.

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When you’re happy you like the music. When you’re sad, you understand the lyrics… :sleepy::sob:

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@SirBowen, look what was waiting for me today.
“Angelika” : send it to your friend, he might like it.
Let’s see :wink:.

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Oh! This song brings back memories. Beautiful memories. :heart:
The cover is quite nice, but the original has an emotional value for me.
Oh yes, we were young and wild back then. :metal:

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Enjoy the legend of fusion by MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA (live 1972) :slight_smile:

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I feel like Jim Croce deserves a mention here. Back in the dark ages aka the 70’s I owned his greatest hits album on an 8 track tape and some of them have stuck with me to this day. He is another artist who passed way too soon.

Bad Bad Leroy Brown and You Don’t Mess Around With Jim are probably his best known hits but if I’m honest I always preferred the more moody stuff.

Time in a Bottle was the song played at a relatives wedding.

Anyone even know what an operator was anymore…

One that’s likely more pertinent today then it was at the time.

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A curse upon you all, first the man taketh the mashup, then the mashups taketh the man!

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FRONT 242
The EBM pioneers from Belgium.

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