Music fitting your life

Monk 05-21-2005 05:26 PM
Usually we all have music in our heads palying at some point

Name the music that best fits you mood during things..

Walking home: Ozzy osbournes "Walk on Water"
Driving: Lesilie Parish "Remeber Me"
Mike 05-21-2005 06:07 PM
Driving: whatever's in my CD player.

Walking: whatever's in my MP3 player.
Lady Tesser 05-21-2005 06:47 PM
Opening up a fiction file before I start writing: "Paperback Writer" by the Beatles

Speeding in a car with the windows down: the Gunsmith Cats theme or "Koban wa Hurricane" from classic Bubblegum Crisis

For the most part, I have an eclectic mix of classic rock, blues, 80's stuff, anime themes, showtunes, and old Muppet Show songs running through my head at any given time.

Today while I was packing, I had "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina" from the musical Evita echoing in my head, which was followed by "Goin' Up the Country" by Canned Heat.
Delirious 05-22-2005 11:56 AM
hmmm, sometimes Big O, Moulin Rouge, Aspects of Love, Cranberries, country music on my manager's radio at work ...
Wazpy 05-22-2005 05:38 PM
Usually I just have background instrumentals in my head. I like classic cartoon background music, the music from those old football videos, and of course Big O music Wink

I just like feeling like I'm in an exciting movie all the time.

Just so you guys can relate to what I'm saying. Sometimes I like to play Respect: Lower East Side while I'm just doing standard things around the house, like boiling water for soup... but the music makes me feel like I'm really cool while doing it. Like a chef for a mob boss or something...
Generalissimo D 05-22-2005 05:49 PM
The guys in my head like playing Big O music. So much, its almost muzaky. I hear apologize frequently after something dramatic happen(much of the events that transpire in my average weekday is the stuff of The WB Prime time). I also hear the instrumentals from some At The Drive-In songs(usually Sleepwalker capsules), and everyone starts singing along on occasion.


:7th Period:

" the tangent is b of a over c times pi....blah blah blah"

My head:

"atop this podium built of fixation
they like to choke
all utensils are fixed on you
atop this podium split in confession
dripping with drool from the nerves
of this sentence
dripping with drool from the nerves
of this sentence!"


"So as you can see in example B..."

My head:
"lazarus threw the party
lazarus threw the fight..."
Patsai 05-22-2005 10:43 PM
Rock music, as long as it

  1. does not involve the singer singing like he's constipated (not a metal fan)
  2. am in the mood for it
  3. I know the band and the song
Ace of Spades 05-22-2005 10:46 PM
Daily Life: Motorhead - No Voices in the Sky

School Life: Nevermore - Evolution 169

Driving: Rob Zombie - Two Lane Blacktop
BethMcBeth 05-23-2005 11:55 AM
Hmmm lets see theres soo many songs it all depends on whats on Defently alot of the Garbage songs fit me, Third Eye Blind, Smashing Pumpkins its all random mixed in!

088nd 05-23-2005 05:19 PM
Originally posted by GAT-X105
Driving: whatever's in my CD player.

Walking: whatever's in my MP3 player.

Same. This week it's been Modest Mouse, Radiohead, and Forrest Gump Soundtrack.
evanASF27 05-24-2005 01:58 AM
((NOTICE A THEME!??!?!?!!????? Tongue ))

When in a pissed off mood:
-- "Duel of the Fates" ~ John Williams (Star Wars Episode I)
-- "German March" ~ Jerry Goldsmith (Patton)
-- "Imperial March" ~ John Williams (Star Wars)

When puzzled:
-- "No Ticket" ~ John Williams (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade)

When emotionally distraught:
-- "Classical Gas" ~ Mason Williams
-- Raindrop Prelude ~ Chopin
-- "German March" ~ Jerry Goldsmith (Patton)
-- "Duel of the Fates" ~ John Williams (Star Wars Episode I)

When overjoyed and enthusiastic:
-- "March of '1941'" ~ John Williams (1941)
-- "Finale" ~ John Williams (1941)
-- "Swing Swing Swing" ~ John Williams (1941)
-- "Raider's March" ~ John Williams (Indiana Jones and the Lost Arc ((Also in main theme)))
-- "Patton Theme" ~ Jerry Goldsmith, variation by the USAF Band (Patton)

When triumphant, feeling a sense of accomplishment and 'greatness':
-- "Patton Theme" ~ Jerry Goldsmith, variation by the USAF Band (Patton)
-- "Patton Theme" ~ Jerry Goldsmith ((movie version)) (Patton)
-- "American Symphony" ~ ??? (Mr. Holland's Opus)
-- "Star Wars (Main Title)" ~ John Williams (Star Wars)
-- "The Great Escape (Main Title)" ~ Elmer Bernstein (The Great Escape)
-- "Summon the Heroes" ~ John Williams (1996)
-- "Call of the Champions" ~ John Williams (2002)
-- "Olympic Spirit" ~ John Williams (1988 )

Note:: In gold are Olympic themes many songs so little time Roll Eyes I'll edit in more later...
NightRanger 06-06-2005 10:38 PM
Pissed off:

"Sabotage" by The Beastie Boys
"Happy Holidays, You Bastard" by blink-182
"Et Tu, Bruté?" by CIV
"Dead Men Tell No Tales" by Cypress Hill
"Stuck In A Rut" by The Darkness
"More 2 A Song" by DMX
"Epic" by Faith No More
"Panic Attack" by Finger Eleven
"Jaded" by Green Day
"Welcome To The Jungle" by Guns N Roses
"Who Got The Camera?" by Ice Cube
"Hot Rockin'" by Judas Priest
"Forever" by Kid Rock
"Break Stuff" by Limp Bizkit
"Kings of Metal" by Manowar
"Peace Sells" by Megadeth
"So What" by Ministry
"Louder Than Hell" by Motley Crue
"Somebody's Gotta Die" by Biggie
"One Fine Day" by The Offspring
"Metal Health" by Quiet Riot
"Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue" by The Ramones
"Youth Gone Wild" by Skid Row
"Revolution" by Slaughter
"Cash" by Sugar Ray
"Fat Lip" by Sum 41
"Kiss My Ass" by Ted Nugent
"I Wanna Rock" by Twisted Sister

Happy and excited:

"P.I.M.P." by 50 Cent
"Take On Me" by a-Ha
"Fallen Angel" by Alphaville
"Mr. Fix-It" by Darlene Love
"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" by Devo
"Wild, Wild West" by The Escape Club
"Anything She Does" by Genesis
"Got My Mind Set On You" by George Harrison
"Sweat (A La La La La Long)" by Inner Circle
"Freeze-Frame" by J. Geils Band
"Nobody's Fool" by Kenny Loggins
"Spanish Eddie" by Laura Branigan
"Count Me Out" by New Edition
"(You Can Still) Rock in America" and "Sentimental Street" by Night Ranger
"How Bizarre" by OMC
"Cut Chemist Suite" by Ozomatli
"Sussudio" by Phil Collins
"Jump (For My Love)", "Dare Me" and "I'm So Excited" by The Pointer Sisters
"Let's Pretend We're Married", "Private Joy" and "Partyman" by Prince
"Only Time Will Tell" and "Perfect Stranger" by Saga
"We Built This City" by Starship
"It's Not Unusual" by Tom Jones
Will 2k" by Will Smith featuring K-Ci


"Road Of The Gypsy" by Adrenalin
"Forever Young" by Alphaville
"The Smile Has Left Your Eyes" by Asia
"When I Drown" by Audiovent
"Eyes Without A Face" by Billy Idol
"What's This Life For" by Creed
"True Believers" by The Cult
"House Of Pain" by Faster Pussycat
"I'll Be Holding On" by Gregg Allman
"Civil War" by Guns N' Roses
"Blood Money" by Jon Bon Jovi
"Meet Me Half Way" by Kenny Loggins
"Say You, Say Me" by Lionel Richie
"Broken Wings" by Mr. Mister
"Goodbye" by Night Ranger
"Every Rose Has Its Thorn" by Poison (I don't wanna hear a word out of any of you)
"Purple Rain" by Prince
"Who Wants To Live Forever" by Queen
"Wind Of Change" by The Scorpions
"Ever Since The World Began" by Tommy Shaw
"These Walls" by Trapt
"The Price" by Twisted Sister
"Love Can Make You Cry" by Urgent
"Fall To Pieces" by Velvet Revolver
"When The Children Cry" by White Lion


"What It Takes" by Aerosmith
"Oh Girl", "I Can Love You Like That" and "I'm Your Man" by All-4-One
"All I Need Is You" by Big Trouble
"All That Heaven Will Allow" by Bruce Springsteen
"Do I Have To Say The Words?" by Bryan Adams
"Drive" by The Cars
"Tonight It's You" and "The Flame" by Cheap Trick
"Hard To Say I'm Sorry/Get Away", "You're The Inspiration" and "I Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love" by Chicago
"High Enough" by Damn Yankees
"Don't Walk Away" by Danger Danger
"Love Is Only A Feeling" by The Darkness (The best song they've made so far)
"Love Theme From St. Elmo's Fire [Instrumental]" by David Foster
"The Best Of Me" by David Foster & Olivia Newton John
"Angel" by Dru Hill
"Telephone Line" by Electric Light Orchestra
"Just One Night" by Eric Martin
"Waiting For A Girl Like You" and "I Don't Want To Live Without You" by Foreigner
"Iris" by The Goo Goo Dolls"
"Patience" by Guns N' Roses
"Never Tear Us Apart" by INXS
"La Vie En Rose" by Jack Nicholson
"Priceless" by Joe
"I'll Be Alright Without You" by Journey
"For The First Time" by Kenny Loggins
"You Are" and "Hello" by Lionel Richie
"Karma" by Lloyd Banks
"Heaven In Your Eyes" by Loverboy
"Just Take My Heart" by Mr. Big
"With You All The Way" by New Edition
"Call My Name" and "When You Close Your Eyes" by Night Ranger
"One More Night" by Phil Collins
"The Arms of Orion" by Prince & Sheena Easton
"Don't Cry" by Seal
"I'm Still In Love With You" by Sean Paul featuring Sasha
"I Remember You" by Skid Row
"I Believe In You" by Snoop Dogg featuring Latoiya Williams
"Honestly" by Stryper
"Babe", "First Time" and "The Best of Times" by Styx
"I See You In Everyone" by Survivor
"You Are All That I Need" by Twisted Sister
"Wait" by White Lion
"Is This Love" by Whitesnake


"So Alive" by Love And Rockets
"Wild Thing" by Tone Loc
"Cradle of Love" by Billy Idol (The lyrics are disgusting, but the BGM and the song's music video make me feel so sexual)
"Electric Chair", "Scandalous", "Gett Off" and "Sexy M.F." by Prince
"Lay Your Love On Me" by Bad Company
madclarinet 06-08-2005 03:16 PM
At the moment I have a choice of two

Devil's Galop (a.k.a Dick Barton Theme or how to kill several woodwind players in an interesting way)


Nights of Gladness (you do not want to play the flute part on this one Wink , and I'd recommend an 'A' clarinet as well).

I'm hoping in a week or two I'll be back to normal
Gummibear 06-14-2005 10:09 AM
When I'm in a romantic mood a little Musiq Soulchild goes a long way I especially like; "Don't Change"

When I'm angry Papa Roach, "Scars" is my song
dancinggummi88 06-14-2005 10:14 AM
when i'm pissed it's usually Linkin Park or Eminem

when i'm bored it's Gwen Stefani's " i aint no holla back girl"

when i'm emotionally distraught it's usher

when i'm happy its the pb&jelly song.
Travis Bickle 06-14-2005 10:16 AM
I ususally listen to MSI or 70's/80's punk while driving.

I listen to everything when I'm at home (right now, I'm listening to the new Ben Folds album).

At work, we're constantly forced to listen to Norah Jones, Coldplay, Alanis Morrisette, and the Shins (though I do like the Shins a lot).

And I keep my iPod with me wherever I go, so I listen to pretty much everything everywhere else.

However, if you listen to Nine Inch Nail's With Teeth and read the lyrics, it closely mirrors my life, which I found to be great.
David Ryder 07-04-2005 01:58 AM

Morning: I usaully listen too some Punk or Ska in the morning. Namely Suicide machines, or the Toasters.

Afternoon: Metal/Death metal. doesn't really matter on the band as long as it's fast, loud and has killer guitar I'm happy.

Evening: Usual an anime CD, like the Gungrave OST.