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    The most listened to music in your car

    Whether you are cruising around with a CD Player or your own mp3car carputer, what's been playing repeatedly in your system?

    Me: Sigur Ros and the Appleseed Cast. Check 'em out if you haven't ever heard of em.
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    lots of hard trance or progressive... anything with a nice fast beat.

    since my player is not done yet, i usually have a cd in the deck for at least 4 days before i yank it out... unless its a road trip

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    Trance, punk, celtic, classic rock and j-pop.

    I have a few playlists that I tend to abuse

    I like a broad range of music, and I like having it mixed together. Variety makes me happy.

    my current favs are:
    Salva Nos - Noir sound track
    Let me be with you - Chobits sound track
    Bring me to Life - Evanescense
    Helplessly Hoping - Crosby Stills & Nash

    Actually I haven't had much time for music.. I'm not sure how much I've listened to besides these lately
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    Hmm, J-Pop, thats one of the gerenes that I've never really really been able to get into. some have quite catch beats or melodys, but then the singing begins (and sure, some of the theme songs to some of the anime out there is quite good). At this point, the most "abused" songs on my player are either the stuff I just put on (electronic/rock/pop) or some aging essential mixes.
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    On The Way To Work:

    Robert Miles - 23 AM
    BT - Movement in Still Life
    Trance Atlantic Airwaves - Trance Atlantic Airwaves
    Best of Trance Vol. 1/2


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    Cirrus - Back on a Mission

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    Pop music - frensh rmb /rap a bit of german hits . 80s music -
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    Hey Felix! I took German for 5 years in high school (hoch schule- see i remember some german ). During that time we didn't really hear of any german artists other than Ramstein. However when we watched a video one time we saw this goofy group called 'die fantastischen vier'. Are they still around? and what on earth did they 'group' themselves as? were they rock/rap/techno? I think it was early 1990's stuff.

    Die Fantastischen Vier = The Fantastic Four auf English
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    Originally posted by SillyClown
    Hey Felix! I took German for 5 years in high school (hoch schule- see i remember some german ). During that time we didn't really hear of any german artists other than Ramstein. However when we watched a video one time we saw this goofy group called 'die fantastischen vier'. Are they still around? and what on earth did they 'group' themselves as? were they rock/rap/techno? I think it was early 1990's stuff.

    Die Fantastischen Vier = The Fantastic Four auf English
    I used to listen to a German punk band called Wizzo ... they were really light and sometimes damned funny. I never really studied german so I didn't understand all of it, but I knew enough that when I was listening to "Tod im freibad" and it was a get up and going bouncy song.. there was something clever going on
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