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What gets you pumped ?

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  1. Canadian_Super_Patriot

    Canadian_Super_Patriot recruit

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    What songs get you pumped or headbanging ?

    mine are: enter sandman, the four horsemen, we will rock you, thunderstruck, ride the lightning, ace of spades.
     
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    Smoke on the water.

    Highway Star.

    High Voltage.

    To name but three.....
     
  3. Christian Ankerstjerne

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    Nordcore Hölle, String X and Hak Hak are good candidates, but there are really too many to list.
     
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    I never had you down as a headbanger, Chris. :cool:
     
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    Bodies-Drowning Pool
    Killing In The Name-Rage Against The Machine
    Heretic Anthem-Slipknot
    You're Better Off Dead-Children Of Bodom
    Now You've Got Something To Die For-Lamb of God
    Te Amo....I Hate You-Ill Nino
    Only For The Weak-In Flames
    Redneck-Lamb of God
    Zeus Christ-Merrick
    Dig-Mudvayne, also Death Blooms by Mudvayne
    Cowboys From Hell-Pantera
    Dawn of A Golden Age-Roadrunner United(sung by Dani Filth)
    No Mas Control-Roadrunner United (sung by Christian Machello of Ill Nino)
    Anything by Scars of Life
    Wait and Bleed-Slipknot
    Anything by Soulfly and any early Sepultura
    :grin:
     
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    See you in Hell -Monster Magnet
    Iron Man- Black Sabbath

    Guitar riffs:
    Smoke on the Water-Deep purple
    Sunshine of Your Love- Creem
    Whole Lotta Love- Zeppelin
    Frankenstein- Edgar Winters

    Yeah I know, mostly 70's stuff. What can I say, the Golden Era of Rock and all that.
     
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    I gotta say I love Whole Lotta Love (well in fact most Led, Deep Purple and Sabbath) but they aren't heavy enough to get my going made, for me I find the music relaxing
     
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    O Fortuna by Carl Orff.
     
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    System of a Down, Thetawaves

    Not really a headbanger, so I can't begin to think what you blokes consider to be heavy ...

    Thats a polite waying of saying "I hate Slayer" :grin:
     
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    Nightwish, Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, Bon Jovi, Deep purple, Sisters of Mercy,.... and so on
     
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    now that comment brings tears to me eyes. :(
    :cry:
    I'm quite a big Slayer fan and I saw them during the last Unholy Alliance tour of Europe, but hey it's not for everyone so fair enough.
     
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    the doors, saber dance, most any sousa march, fleetwood mac, night on bald mountain, no blue thing, green onions, classical gas, the lonely surfer, california girls, anything by bond or enya,
     
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    I seem to have an inherent ability to surprise people ;)
     
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    I dislike "political" nu-metal bands who think lyrics like "MY COCK IS MUCH BIGGER THAN YOURS" and "WHY DONT PRESIDENTS FIGHT THE WAR" are cool and edgy. No, just no.

    System of a Down

    :p

    By the way, the music that gets me most pumped is gangsta-rap. Pumped with misanthropic anger at what the world has come to. :grin:
     
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    I made an air guitar video to Chop suey, what u said cant be anymore embarrasing than that air guitar video, lol
     
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    I didn't even know Slayer fans HAD tear glands!! :grin:
     
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    Well ok I was lying, I just have to splash water on my face and make sobbing sounds.
     
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    anything by barry manilow or jim neighbors
     
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    omg, you cant believe how pumped they get me !
     
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    old speed metal, or early Mercyful Fate never fail to get me going

    same goes for Moonspell, King Diamond, Blind Guardian and Bal-Sagoth
     

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