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Old 14th January 2010, 15:56   #91
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Originally Posted by prince_pervez View Post
Howz truly madly deeply ? I forget the band name. Some Austrailian band
Savage Garden

I don't think they are active now.
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Old 14th January 2010, 16:52   #92
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How about One by Metallica.
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Old 14th January 2010, 17:37   #93
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some songs that's having current emo impact on me is

nothing's gonna change my love - glenn medeiros
tujh mein rab dikhta hai - rab ne bana di jodi.
rishte naate - de dhana dhan
kehna hi kya - bombay
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Old 14th January 2010, 17:41   #94
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Lightening Crashes & Dam at Otter Creek - Live
Come As You Are - Nirvana
When Love & Hate Collide - Def Leppard
Lose Yourself & Cleaning Out My Closet - Eminem
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Old 15th January 2010, 20:20   #95
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Originally Posted by n_aditya View Post
Pink Floyd - All their numbers take me to a different state of mind (without using any mind altering substances )
really Pink floyd's music is world apart very relaxing,humming and good to go while driving and with scottish water.
i like basically all instrumental and soothing music while on the go.Its very difficult to track few songs as i love some of the artists that i can listen anything of them. My fav. are-->
Deep forest
Pink Floyd
Deep Purple
M.J. (instrumental)
Micheal learns to rock
Boney M
Phil Collins
Robert Miles
Native American-- spiritual music
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Old 15th January 2010, 21:30   #96
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Summer of 69, Star - Bryan Adams
Nothing's gonna change my love for you - Glenn Medeiros
Desparado - Eagles
Us and them, Comfortably numb, Wish you were here, Shine on you crazy diamond, Set the controls, The great gig in the sky - Pink Floyd
Dolphin - Enigma
Against all odds - Phil Collins
Streets of Philadalphia, Empty roads - Bruce Springstreen
Lost in Love - Air Supply
L.A woman, Light my fire - The Doors
The one, Nothing else matters - Metallica
Torn - Natalie Imbruglia
Bitter sweet symphony - The Verve
Take my breathe away - Berlin
Unchained melody - The Righteous brothers
Free Fallin - Tom Petty

These were some of the songs which I used to listen often during my college days. I lost interest in English music when the hip hop genre started making its waves.

Will add more as and when I recall.

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Old 15th January 2010, 23:25   #97
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1) Karm no Sangathi Rana Maru Koi Nathi ( Gujarati song )
2) Chadta Suraj ( quallai )
3) Maut ( Kaante )
4) Ye Duniya Yeh Mehfil mere Kam ki Nahi
5) Ghungroo ki tarah bajta hi raha hu main
6) Ek woh bhi diwali thi
7) Waqt se dir aur rat
8) Boulevard of Broken Dreams.
9) Jo rah Chuni tune
10) Maeeri

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Old 16th January 2010, 09:19   #98
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^^Man you are one sad a**. I'd never sit in your car. No offenses bro! Nice choices though of a heartbroken genre.
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Old 17th January 2010, 23:32   #99
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i have a few songs which have had some kind of emotional impacts on me.

1)Great Gig in the Sky - Pink Floyd .
this song gives me goosebumps when ever i listen to it .
there are basically no lyrics involved but it gives you an idea about death and beyond .
2)shine on you crazy diamond - Pink floyd . another brilliant song with a deep meaning.

3) Imagine- John Lennon
If a song could bring nations together .Then this would be the song that could do it.
4)No Woman no Cry-Bob marley
the title itself is self descriptive.
5)Free Bird -Lynyrd Skynyrd its about spreading your wings
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Old 18th January 2010, 08:14   #100
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I remember listening to the Great Gig in the sky on my way to Bangalore from Frankfurt. It was a sunny day and all I could see was the white clouds from the window and all I could hear was the piercing voices of the three women. It's a beautiful composition. It was a fantastic feeling!

A few more I remembered

Paradise by Phil Collins
November rain - Guns N Roses
I'll do anything for your love - Meatloaf
Run - Radiohead
Words - Boyzone
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Eternal Flame - The Bangles
I Just Can't Stop Loving You - MJ
Man in The Mirror - MJ
Another day in Paradise - Phil Collins
Secret - Madonna
Don't Tell Me - Madonna
Ray of Light - Madonna
Secret - Madonna
I'll Remember - Madonna
Engayeum Eppodhum - MSV (Tamil)
Vizhiyil - Illayaraja (Tamil)
No Regrets - Robbie Williams
She's The One - Robbie Williams
Soul Bossa Nova - Quincy Jones
MI1&2 - OST
Low Rider - War
True Nature - Jane's Addiction
Stayin Alive/Night Fever/Fifth of Beethoven/Jive Talkin - Bee Gees
Shaft OST/Disco Connection - Issac Hayes
Car Wash - Rose Royce
Dil Chaahtha Hai - Hindi Movie (requires no other info)
Tu Milae - Hindi Movie (Criminal)
Everybody Dance Now - Snap
I've Got The Power - Snap
Get Down Tonight - KC & The Sunshine Band
That's The Way I Like - KC & The Sunshine Band
Give me Love - Bob Sinclair
Give me the 70's - Carlos Jean
I Feel Love - Donna Summer
It's My Life - Bon Jovi
Jam - MJ
Sunny - BoneyM
One Way Ticket - BoneyM
Play That Funky Music - Kool & The Gang
Saddle Up - David Christie
Suzy - Fool's Garden
Sweet Harmony - The Beloved
Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd
The Final Countdown (requires no other info)
The Ketckup Song a.k.a Aserejé - Spanish pop
The Sound of Philadelphia - MFSB

Could recollect only this list now.
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until you, no promises & melt the snow - shayne ward
lights off - jay sean
you are not alone - MJ
complicated heart - MLTR
being lonely - backstreet boys
better than me - hinder
right here waiting for you - richard marx (the ultimate)
right here waiting - staind
unfaithful - rihanna
wavin flag - young artists for haiti

kash yeh pal- jal
mujhe teri - paathshala
tune jo na kaha - new york
aaj din chadeya - love aaj kal
tujh mein rab dikhta hain - rab ne bana di jodi
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Dreamer - Ozzy
No regrets / Better Man - RW (Robbie Williams)
Udaan - OST
December / Shine On / World I Know & Georgia Girl - Collective Soul
Step By Step - Whitney Houston
High & Lost in Space - Lighthouse Family
Its my Life - Bon Jovi
Reason - Hoobastank
Rise & Fall - Sting & Craig David

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"Pal Pal dil ke paas tum rehti hou"
Since I can remember I have always loved this song. First time, when I heard this song it was playing on a typical transistor at a dhaba near Delhi (NH1). At that time I was too young to understand the meaning of words but the song hit my soul & has been same since then.
Now the big thing. I have NEVER EVER recorded/downloaded or bought a copy of this song. I still prefer so hear it randomly on TV or on radio. That way its still soothes my senses. It also made me realise that music need not come from BOSE or NAKAMICHI equpiment. It can come from a torn speaker of a murphy transistor but still touch you deep inside.
Others in list & in that order:
"Kahin duur jab din dhal jaye"
"Raat kali ek khwab mein aaye"
"HERO" by Mariah Carey

Raab Rakha.

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My list goes like this -

1) Show me the meaning of being lonely - Backstreet Boys

2) Are you the one - Scorpions

3) Sraight from the heart - Bryan Adams
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