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Old 12th May 2008, 18:48   #376
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Any Above and beyond fans here ?
Unfortunately i cant play them out loud as my door panels feel like joining in :(

right now , using the eric clapton unplugged CD
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Fergie - Clumsy
Akon - Sweetest Girl
Informer - 12 Inches of Snow
Backstabber

I tried these on my friends ICE install recently and it sounded really good.
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We (me and my friends) do all our testing with "Money for nothing" (Dire Straits), it rocks and give you options to test bass, mids, highs, vocals, sound stage, depth etc.
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Hard Candy: Madonna

Give it 2 me
Beat goes away

Highlights above, but all tracks carry very powerful mid bass in the range of 50hz to 120hz.
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right now , using the eric clapton unplugged CD
Yup, one of my all time favorite albums. Great test & demo disc too.

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We (me and my friends) do all our testing with "Money for nothing" (Dire Straits), it rocks and give you options to test bass, mids, highs, vocals, sound stage, depth etc.
Another classic test track for sure.

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Hard Candy: Madonna
Been listening for a couple of days now, decent album.
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Old 16th May 2008, 16:02   #381
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Im looking for good fast beats.
Dont listen to too much of it, so not really familiar with artists.
Looking to you to suggest some good ones.
Try the album "Budhha Trance 2" if you like beats a lot.
Do let me know how you liked it.

Artists - Paul Van Dyk, DJ Tiesto, Paul Oakenfold, Infected Mushroom<--they rock, are a few.

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In addition to the ones I had mentioned earlier (couldn't find it...lol!):

Bebot - Black Eyed Peas
Explosive - Bond
Tokyo Drift - Teriyaki Boyz
Sultans of Swing - Dire Straits
The Flute Song - Remo
Hai Re Mere - Nirvana Lounge
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Anybody here into psy\house\electro?Some of my favourites would be:

DJ Tiesto - Love Comes Again
Yves Larock - Rise Up Club Mix
Azzido Da Bass - Dooms Night(Timo Mass Remix)
Feddle De Grand - Put Ur Hands Up For Detroit
VinylShakerz - One Night In Bangkok Club Mix
ATB - Ecstacy
Global Deejays - The Sounds of San Francisco

Also love listening to some of the underground remixes done by our desi dj's.Some of the good one's being dj nyk,dj naweed,dj a.sen,dj mazzr,etc..
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Old 18th May 2008, 12:26   #384
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Any Above and beyond fans here ?
Unfortunately i cant play them out loud as my door panels feel like joining in :(

right now , using the eric clapton unplugged CD
I picked up anjunabeats vol.5 by above and beyond and have been hooked ever since. Great music to test the limits of a set-up and sure fire way to get you to spend money on upgrading a set-up. OT, does anyone have more above and boyond music?
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R kelly - I m A flirt
Jim Jones - We fly high
Bob Sinclair - World hold On
Slipknot - Before I Forget
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Please try Heavy - By Collective soul. (Subs and Comps are a must for this song ). An alternate rock song!

Volume atleast at 85%.
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MLTR - wild woman (for lows and mids)
bass test - digital bass305 (the name says it all)
yeh hassen vadiya - roja (lows and highs)
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@speedfreak01 and greenie
i am into house\proggy\trance.
my favs. to show off my Car Stereo.
Joonas Hahmo - Sound Of Sunday.
Pryda - Frankfurt (Original Mix)
Joonas Hahmo - Together (Original Mix)
Super8 & DJ Tab - Needs To Feel (Wippenberg Remix)
Chunk and Twist - Battery Life
Axwell - I Found You (Radio Remode mix)

And list goes on .
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Azzido Da Bass - Dooms Night(Timo Mass Remix)
Global Deejays - The Sounds of San Francisco
Love these two tracks, fantastic numbers!
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These are the songs currently being used to test/enjoy/ the sound quality of my new ICE...


- Iris -- Goo Goo Dolls
- Daddy Cool -- BoneyM
- Wicked Games -- Chris Issak
- Hotel California -- unplugged edition..
- Govinda Govinda -- Kaula Shaker
- Fast Cars -- Tracy Chapman
- Brick in Wall( 3 versions) -- Pink Floyd
- I'd do anything for love -- Meatlof
- Solo Guitar by Jimi Hendrix
- Violin Concerto -- Vaneesa Mae
- Jugalbandi by pt Ravi Shankar + Zakir Hussain
- Chup Tum Raho Chup hum rahin -- A good song from the mid 90's off-beat movie called "Is Raat ki subah nahin". Excellent recording, crisp vocals & background
- Yeh Naina Yeh Kajal & Do Lafzon Ki Hai Yeh.. [Soft Songs also need to be enjoyed. :-)]
- Gulon Main Rang -- Mehdi Hasan (I love ghazals..)
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