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Post by Triela on Mon 28 Jun 2010 - 18:32

I found this and thought it might be fun, just something mindless to do. :3 Put your itunes on shuffle, no cheating!! ^_~

My life soundtrack:

Opening Credits: Dance Dance- Fall Out Boy

Waking Up: Faint- Linkin Park (That would wake me up!!) XD

1st Day of School: Lilium- Elfen Lied Opening (Haha! So depressing!)

Falling In Love: Melissa- FullMetal Alchemist opening (ooook...)

Fight Song: Dead- My Chemical Romance (Kind cool!)

Breaking up: Main Theme- Gunslinger Girl Il Teatrino (Sad in the beginning, so it seems about right)

Prom: American Idiot- Green Day

Life: Numb- Linkin Park (how sad...)

Mental Breakdown: TEMA V- Gunslinger Girl (Creepy, the song when Elsa killed herself)

Driving: Wanna Be- Spice Girls (HECK YEAHHH!!!)

Flashback: GO! GO! MANIAC- K-On!! Opening

Getting Back together: Permanent- David Cook (So incredibly sad!!!)

Wedding: Haunted- Evanescence (This relationship must be doomed)

Birth of Child: If You Were Gay- Avenue Q (XDDD)

Final Battle: No Strings Attached- NSync (OMG! Ahaha!)

Death Scene: La principessa del regno della pasta- Gunslinger Girl Image Album (SO SAD!!) ;_;

Funeral Song: Smile Bomb- Yu Yu Hakusho Opening (I wouldn't have it any other way!) =D

End Credits: For Your Entertainment- Adam Lambert <3333333

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by Kiskaloo on Mon 28 Jun 2010 - 18:34

My iTunes has 50,000 songs... I'd die of old age before my "Life Soundtrack" was done. Razz

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by Triela on Mon 28 Jun 2010 - 18:49

@Kiskaloo wrote:My iTunes has 50,000 songs... I'd die of old age before my "Life Soundtrack" was done. Razz

Well you just copy and paste what I posted and put your itunes on shuffle. If you have that many songs it'll be interesting to see what you get! ^o^

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by Kiskaloo on Mon 28 Jun 2010 - 19:47

Opening Credits: TEMA 1 (Toshihiko Sahashi – Gunslinger Girl OST)

Waking Up: Baishi Koukou no Mainichi (Hasumi Shigeomi - Sasameki Koto OST)

1st Day of School: For the Record (Mariah Carey – E=MC2)

Falling In Love: Tenshi no E no gu (Mari Iijima – Macross OST)

Fight Song: hidamari no kokuhaku (Declaration on a sunny spot) (Kenji Kawai - Maison Ikkoku TV OST)

Breaking up: Susie-Q (Creedence Clearwater Revival – Chronicle, Volume 1)

Prom: Basic mission (about love) (Aizawa Mai & Tsuchiya Maki - Ga-Rei Zero Character Song Vol.2)

Life: Shitai! Naritai! Nogizaka Maid Tai (Shimizu Kaori & Ueda Kana - Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu ~Purezza~ a la Carte! 2)

Mental Breakdown: You Cannot Walk Here (Birmingham Six – Error of Judgement)

Driving: Awakening (Katsu Hoshi – Urusei Yatsura 2 OST)

Flashback: Calling All Angels (TRAIN – Densha Otoko OST)

Getting Back Together: From the Beginning Till Now (Yun Suk Ho – Winter Sonata Orgel)

Wedding: noumu -None- [Thick Fog -None-] (Wada Kaoru - Silent Mobius: The Motion Picture OST)

Birth of Child: Miracle TRIAL! (N’s - Happy? ]Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu ~Purezza~ Mini Album]

Final Battle: Track 18 (Elmer Bernstein – The Black Cauldron OST)

Death Scene: Lain’s Toy Musicbox (she – digital ambient designs)

Funeral Song: Shitoushin (Kaoru Wada – Inuyasha Movie 4 OST)

End Credits: When Your Eyes Have Turned to Silver (Alexander Courage – Star Trek Volume 1 – “The Cage” and “Where No Man Has Gone Before”)

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by tsundere9kagami2 on Mon 28 Jun 2010 - 20:02

too much work I give up

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by Triela Hilshire on Mon 28 Jun 2010 - 21:21

@tsundere9kagami2 wrote:too much work I give up

Yep, trying to figure out all those track names in Japanese is a royal pain in the [deleted].

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by Sintendo on Wed 30 Jun 2010 - 3:36

Opening Credits: What I got - Sublime

Waking Up: Its Electric - Metallica version

1st Day of School: Welcome to Paradise - Green Day

Falling In
Love: Last Living Souls - Gorillaz

Fight Song:
When Will They Shoot? - Ice Cube

Breaking up: It Was a Good Day - Ice Cube Bong hit

Prom: Closer - Kings Of Leon

Life: Right Back - Sublime

Mental Breakdown: Symphony No. 9/Molto Vivace

NIGHT Driving: Some Might Say - Chicane

DAY Driving: Easy Skanking - Bob Marley

Flashback: Bam Bam - Sister Nancy

Getting Back together: If I Don't Have You - Gregory Issacs

Wedding: Haunted- Empire Ants - Gorillaz (Ft. Little Dragon)

Birth of Child: Anywhere I Go - Slightly Stoopid

Final Battle: Colors - Between the Buried and Me

Death Scene: Reward For Me - Slightly Stoopid

Funeral Song: Tuesday's Gone - Metallica version

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by Nuke is Good on Wed 30 Jun 2010 - 3:59

Opening Credits: m.o.v.e. Rage Your Dream

Waking Up: Fire Bomber- Power to The Dream

1st Day of School: Yoko Kanno: The Egg and I

Falling In
Love: Dani- Moonlight Legend. (Sailor Moon OP O_o)

Fight Song: Powerman 5000- When Worlds Collide

Breaking up: Wierd Al- Amish Paradise

Prom: Yoko Kanno- Cantabile

Life: Shoji Meguro- The Almighty

Mental Breakdown: The Sugarhill Gang- Apache (This made me laugh)

Driving: Dave Rodgers- Beat of the Rising Sun (How appropriate)

Flashback: Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra - Symphony No. 93 in D major the first movement (Haydn)

Getting Back together: Shoji Meguro- Bonds

Wedding: Kawazoe Tomohisa- Stand Up to the Victory

Birth of Child: MIO- Men of Destiny

Final Battle: Two Mix- Rhythm Emotion

Death Scene: Fire Bomber- Charge Love Heart! (WTF)

Funeral Song: Starsailor- Way to Fall

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Credits: Tomcat- Tough Boy

What a wierd ass life soundtrack.
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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by Five_X on Wed 30 Jun 2010 - 16:05

Opening Credits: Rock & Roll Band - Boston (Hell yeah!)



Waking Up: Paint it Black - Rolling Stones (weird...)

First Day of School: Airship Pirate - Abney Park ( )

Falling in Love: Face - BECK (oh dear...)

Fight Song: Executing - Ga-Rei Zero OST (badass!)

Breaking Up: Sound of Silence - Simon & Garfunkel (quite appropriate)

Prom: Yume no Ashioto ga Kikoeru - Ga-Rei Zero ED (misanthropic!)

Life: This Illusion - Fate/Stay Night OST, CROW'S CLAW cover (...)

Mental Breakdown: Rocket Man - Elton John (apropos?)

Driving: Hurricane 2000 - The Scorpions (Hell YES!)

Flashback: The Wrong Side - Abney Park (depressing flashback...)

Getting Back Together: Komm, Susser Tod - End of Evangelion OST (this is... what!?)

Wedding: Dream a Little Dream Of Me - Mamas and the Papas (nice!)

Birth of Child: The Light Before We Land - The Delgados (fitting?)

Final Battle: Emiya - Fate/Stay Night OST (Do you have enough swords in stock?)

(Joke) Death Scene: Nanodesu - Higurashi no Naku Koro Ni OST (WOO!)
Actual Song: Journey of the Sorceror - The Eagles (Don't Panic!)

Funeral Song: Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd (naturally)



End Credits: Everybody Wants to Rule the World - Tears For Fears (what else, other than this?)


Other than the incest, misanthropy and suicide, it's pretty good. I think the awesomeness is enough to counteract the non-awesomeness.

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by tsundere9kagami2 on Wed 30 Jun 2010 - 16:37

Whilst I drive super eurobeat will be played throughout the trip.

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by Robert Frazer on Wed 30 Jun 2010 - 17:29

Well, as I seem to be the only man north of the Brandt Line to have never owned an iPod of any type, I can't really follow this challenge to the letter!

In substitution, here are my Desert Island Discs:

Thin Lizzy - Whiskey in the Jar

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I've inherited a lot of my musical tastes from my father, and this entry is in recognition of that. I'm fortunate enough to have been blessed with an active parent who wasn't one to let me stagnate and who gwould get me keen on the right things, and the soundtrack accompanying trips skiing, fishing and golfing would be The Animals, Cream, Led Zeppelin and Bob Dylan. It's (relatively) older music for more traditional pursuits - which just goes to show that it's funny how things turn out, because I'm a right-wing conservative jamming out to groups that in their day were scandalous iconoclasts...! "moulding the latest heresy in the name of tradition" indeed.

Thin Lizzy's version of "Whiskey in the Jar" - along with The Animals' version of "House of the Rising Sun" (not included here because there's only room for eight records on Desert Island Discs) - if the official Frazer Anthem. Whenever it comes round on the rotation, we'll rewind and play it four or five times before going on, singing along all the while.

Bizet - L'Arléssienne Suite No. 2 (Farandole)


This piece has been selected partially for simple enjoyment - the opening chord absolutely captivates me and I could listen to it a hundred times and never get bored - but it also indirectly reflects an abiding love of science fiction. In an episode of the classic cult thriller The Prisoner, No. 6 hounds and harries No. 2 to distraction and insanity in a ruthless campaign of reverse psychology, all the while worrying away and niggling at him with strains of L'Arlésienne. Sci-fi is often ruthlessly disparaged and scorned by cultural commentators to a ridiculous extent, as if you could contract "dreaded skiffy" like the pneumonic plague (look up the "How Others See Us" column in Dave Langford's Ansible newsletter for the most ludicrous examples, as Literature contorts itself into ever more agonising knots to avoid contamination), but this is a hint to show that it is intelligent, and it is worthwhile.

Supercell - Kimi no Shira nai Monogatari



Most of you will probably recognise this as the ED theme for Bakemonogatari, and it's for that very reason why it's here - this entry is a shout-out to all the anime and manga that have been a source of entertainment and inspiration for me for several years now.
We all know it's there really for the sake of cost-cutting more than artistic expression - you're saving yourself three minutes of costs by repeating the same animation in every episode - but I wouldn't have it any ofther way: one of the conventions of anime that I've always loved is the OP/ED sequences. Whereas most western shows are paring down their opening to almost nothing, the OP/ED set the scene, establish mood and develop character, as well as injecting a show with a bit of colour in the form of music, which can relieve even the most po-faced drama slumping into the doldrums. It's a key source of appeal that's lit me up for a long time.
This song, a maudlin reminiscence of missed opportunity but set to a score which evokes fondness and enthusiasm and a spirited future - sad but satisfied, like a wan smile - probably also describes the strange ambivalence of state of transition that I seem to be turning through now as I finally leave behind youth.

Darwinia - Visitors From Dreams



This track is here for a similar reason to L'Arlésienne above - whereas that was to defend the virtue of science ficion, this is to trade another blow in the torrid battle against wider wilfulness to prove that videogames are art. Darwinia is a novel entry in the gaming canon - coded by "bedroom programmers", cottage-industry enthusiasts, with a distinctive aesthetic style and an intriguing philosophy behind it, depicting the travails of the little computer people as their search for God - i.e. their programmer - ends up with them bringing calamity down on themselves as they communicate with his E-Mail server and the wrath and hellfire of worms and trojans! Darwinia's theme, a classic of "chipset" music, is a demonstration of how those bleeps and buzzes of gaming, often so nonchalantly dismissed, can come together to craft something beautiful.
Moving off on a tangent, but the issue of games-as-art remind me of a funny story - the Playstation 3 launch title Resistance: Fall of Man kicked up a minor scandal in my home city of Manchester when the Dean of Manchester Cathedral took exception to the depiction of the cathedral in the game, not wanting it to be associated with violent videogames. I managed to get a small piece in the paper defending it, but I want to focus on something other than that. Resistance sold about a million copies - however, in the very same week that the Dean was complaining most vociferously about the cultural sinkhole of videogames corrupting the nation's youth etc. etc. etc. (much in the same way that rock music was supposed to turn us into Satanists and television was once "the idiot's lantern"), the BBC broadcast the last episode of wildly popular drama Life on Mars.
The show is set in Manchester; the episode in question involves the main character abdicating his responsibilities and literally commiting suicide precisely so he can leave off reality and go and live in his fantasy world. The final scene involves the cast roaring off to fight in a gun-battle, while the much-loved Gene Hunt (foul-mouthed, belligerent, homophobic, misogynistic, and everything to make the modern liberal shrivel in horror) boasts "I am the law". This show was seen by seven million people in the UK alone and critically praised - but why was no-one complaining about the questionable ethics and doubtful role-models that it was presenting, hmm?

Fauré - Requiem: Movement No. 6 (Libera Me)


I've always been religious, which is part of the reason why I am representing a piece of sacred music here, but really the purpose of this piece is to reflect on something more personal rather than to sermonise. I was keen on classical music from a young age, but it was from the relatively superficial "epic orchestral" perspective - unless it was crashing and bashing and roaring and soaring and creating a general din, the sort of thing that might be the battle theme in a movie, then it was difficult to motivate myself. I first sang Fauré's Requiem in the school choir, and it was a scales-falling-from-the-eyes revelation.
I hadn't been singing "epic orchestra" in the choir itself, of course, but I still had that same attitude - it was the Christmas carol concert which was my highlight of the singing year, but even so I loved banging out "Adeste Fideles" as loudly as possible, correct key be damned. This Requiem was the first piece, though, which struck me and spoke to me as much as I was speaking to the audience.
Requiems are intended to accompany a Mass and so they tend to have set structures with particular pieces to reflect different parts of a set liturgy. Fauré's version however, has no "Dies Irae" (arguably the most famous version of which, in Verdi's Requiem, is definitely one of those "epic orchestra" moments), but instead mutes and mellows the "day of anger, day of terror" by submerging it within the "Libera Me" - quiet, soulful, sonorous, melancholic and wrenching, but nonetheless captivating with how it sweeps you away with a heartaching unison chorus genuinely moved me, and carried me off to a new shore.

Pirates of Penzance - When the Foeman Bares His Steel



I'd been in the choir since pretty much day one during my time at Manchester Grammar, and carried through with it right the way through to sixth form, but when I finally left I fell out of the habit for a while - treading the boards with musical theatre is what brought me back in-tune. A good song'n'dance number is a source of rapture and delight wherever it appears, and the Savoy Operas of Gilbert & Sullivan are timeless classics of pure enjoyment (and oddly edgy in places, too - such as in Iolanthe when five-and-twenty peers "come to shoot over her grass, and not for the sparrows" - that went completely over my poor innocent head and someone had to explain it to me) which will hopefully be with us for all time. They've kept me up and at'em and out and about in the last few years when a raft of personal problems made me fear that I would be shutting down.
A small confession though... although I'm placing it here to represent my operatic endeavours, I've never actually performed in Pirates of Penzance! It is, however, one of the most memorable of Gilbert & Sullivan's turns (with a particularly striking rendition in the gymnastic gyrations of Tony Azito in the 1983 film, the sound of which is used here), and as I've not yet had a title role I've not got the ego to hog the limelight yet...!

Noah and the Whale - Five Years' Time



This is one song that doesn't particularly indicate any great stage in my life's development, but it's part of the fabric of the backdrop that I've lain against. It's really just something I have to acknowledge as a superb song on its own merits: "And in five years' time, you might just prove me wrong" is one of the most delightful lines in all of pop music. You could almost float away on its sense of light whimsy.

Elgar - Pomp & Circumstance March No. 4


It's not the most fashionable thing to admit to nowadays, but I like to call myself a patriot. Normally this would be accompanied to refrains of Rule, Britannia! or Land of Hope and Glory... along with cynical condescending smirks from the sidelines. But Land of Hope and Glory is set to to Pomp and Circumstance March. No. 1, and by quite consciously choosing a different entry in the series I hope to get across that there's different nuances and more to a love of country than war-war. Throughout a lot of my life I've been a soggy suburbanite straddling both the urban and rural camps, but I've never liked big cities, which can be beguiling and mesmerising, but invariably turn out to be an oppressive hassle. The countryside is a unique treasure, and I feel suffused and at ease there. Maybe I couldn't live there - I've been bitten by urbanity, and the desire for consistent broadband and easy access to the supermarket would always be niggling away at me - but a trip is a conscious relief. Going back to my fishing with my dad, the rest of the world could fall into the sea - give me the Wye Valley, though, and I would be content.

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by boomer_gonz on Wed 30 Jun 2010 - 18:00

My life soundtrack would span all music genres and categories rising to a full crescendo before plummeting into a great waterfall of strings, woodwinds, brass, and of course electronica.

Buuuut if I HAD to use this format...

Opening Credits: Moments in Love by Art of Noise

Waking Up: Surf Beat by Agent Orange

1st Day of School: Green Onions by Booker T and the MGs

First Kiss: California Gurls by Katy Perry ft. Snoop Dogg

Falling In Love: Space Age Love Song by Flock of Seagulls

Fight Song: Chase the Ace by AC/DC

First Time Starting Varsity B-Ball as a Sophmore: Kickstart My Heart by Motley Crue(shut up!!)

First Start of my '66 Challenger: Running Wildby Airbourne

Breaking Up: Take This Job and Shove It by Johnny Paycheck

Prom: Swollen Summer by The Bravery

Mental Breakdown: Her Last Breath by Izuho "Ippo" Takeuchi (Phantasy Star: End of the Millennium OST)

Driving: Get Rhythm by Johnny Cash

Graduation: Road to Nowhere by Talking Heads

Flashback: Shadow's Theme by Nobuo Uemetsu (Final Fantsay 6 OST)

Getting Back Together: Don't Stop Believin' by Journey

Wedding: Fire by Daniel Lanois

Birth of Child: Superstar by David May

Final Battle: Touch My Heart by Aya Hisakawa

Death Scene: Knockin' on Heaven's Door by Ted Christopher & Mark Knopfler

Funeral Song: Good Riddance(Time of Your Life) by Green Day

End Credits: (tie) Sha-La-La-La(Howling at the Moon) & I Don't Wanna Grow Up by The (Fuckin') Ramones

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by Five_X on Thu 1 Jul 2010 - 0:44

Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) - Green Day. Times heard in Five_X's life: ERROR: UNCOUNTABLE

Easily the most overrated, overplayed song in the history of ever. Especially considering that I hear it everywhere when something remotely calling for a song of its style happens. It really gets quite irritating. I kinda wish I knew why people liked it/played it so much, though. A conundrum!

Bleh, had to do just a bit of a rant there. The song just really bugs me in a way few things do. Just one of those songs...

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by Nachtsider on Fri 2 Jul 2010 - 22:10

Opening Credits: 'Under Pregnant Skies She Comes Alive Like Miss Leviathan' by Cradle of Filth

Waking Up: 'Kamen Rider Black RX' by Takeyuki Miyauchi

1st Day of School: 'Runaway' by Linkin Park

Falling In Love: 'Lady of Dreams' by Kitaro and Jon Anderson

Fight Song: 'Aerodynamic' by Daft Punk

Breaking up: 'Tornado of Souls' by Megadeth

Prom: 'Tonight's the Night (Gonna be Alright)' by Rod Stewart

Life: 'Anything but Ordinary' by Avril Lavigne

Mental Breakdown: 'Veteran of the Psychic Wars' by Blue Öyster Cult

Driving: 'Takin' a Ride (Heavy Metal)' by Don Felder

Flashback: 'Them' by King Diamond

Getting Back together: 'Nymphetamine' by Cradle of Filth and Liv Krull

Wedding: 'Stay' by Shakespear's Sister

Birth of Child: 'Satellite' by Collective Soul

Final Battle: 'No More Lies' by Iron Maiden

Death Scene: 'Memories of Green' by Vangelis

Funeral Song: 'The Show Must Go On' by Queen

End Credits: 'Angel Queen' by Kitaro and Dara Sedaka

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by glow on Tue 17 Aug 2010 - 4:03

how fun!~

Opening Credits: Missing You (Kingdom Hearts Soundtrack)

Waking Up: Take You On A Cruise- Interpol

1st Day of School: China Girl- David Bowie (wtf? lol)

Falling In Love: Just What I Needed- The Cars (this song reminds me so much of my first boyfriend hahahah)

Fight Song: Airwaves- Thomas Dolby

Breaking up: Radio Silence- Thomas Dolby

Prom: This Is Who We Are- Hawthorne Heights (didn't go to prom)

Life: Big Crash- Less Than Jake (reminds me of allot of friends that walked out on me)

Mental Breakdown: Pens And Needles- Hawthorne Heights

Driving: You're Not alone- Final Fantasy IX Soundtrack

Flashback: Personal Jesus- Depeche Mode (uhhhh....)

Getting Back together: Underground- David Bowie (Labyrinth)

Wedding: One Week- Bearnaked Ladies (lol, typical)

Birth of Child: That's Why They Call It A Union- Less Than Jake

Final Battle: Hello- Evanescence

Death Scene: Some Say- Sum 41

Funeral Song: Europa And The Pirate Twins (that would be so sad!, I dont want to have a sad funeral song:O )

End Credits: Green Eyes- Coldplay
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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by MP5 on Thu 19 Aug 2010 - 0:25

Opening Credits: 'Stand Up For Rock n' Roll' by Airbourne

Waking Up: 'Hustlin' by Rick Ross

1st Day of School: 'The Car Song' by The Cat Empire

Falling In Love: 'Lucky' by Jason Mraz

Fight Song: 'Desperate Chase' by Harry Gregson-Williams

Breaking up: 'Telephone' by Lady Gaga 'Heartless' by Kanye West/'Hot n Cold' by Katy Perry/'Runnin' Wild' by Airbourne

Prom: 'Don't Stop Believing' by Journey (urk, cliche...)

Graduation: 'Soul Education' by Jamiroquai (Fun Fact: I actually had this playing on my cellphone after my commencement ceremony, walking to my mom's car with my diploma in hand. Dorky? Yes. Did I care? No.)

Life: 'Here it Goes Again' by OK Go

Mental Breakdown: 'Flagpole Sitta' by Harvey Danger

Driving: 'Slowride' by Foghat

Flashback: 'Doesn't Remind Me' by Audioslave

Getting Back together: 'Angel In The Night' by Basshunter

Wedding: 'I'm Yours' by Jason Mraz

Birth of Child: 'Can You Feel The Love Tonight' by Elton John

Final Battle: 'The Trooper' by Iron Maiden

Death Scene: 'The Times They Are A-Changing' by Bob Dylan

Funeral Song: 'Paradise City' by Guns n' Roses

End Credits: 'The Good Life' by Kanye West feat. T-Pain


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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by Alfisti on Thu 19 Aug 2010 - 8:58

@MP5 wrote:1st Day of School: 'The Car Song' by The Cat Empire
Doesn't say much about your approach to acadamia

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by MP5 on Thu 19 Aug 2010 - 12:55

@Alfisti wrote:
@MP5 wrote:1st Day of School: 'The Car Song' by The Cat Empire
Doesn't say much about your approach to acadamia

Eh, couldn't think of anything else...

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by H_Wimbleton on Thu 19 Aug 2010 - 13:17

Jumping in the bandwagon.... (pulls up the meditation playlist....)

Opening Credits: Meisce - When the Guns Have All Been Fired (Seems to be fitting)

Waking Up: Now Or Never - Three Days Grace (...)

1st Day of School: My Own Hell - Five Finger Death Punch (eh? I don't think mah schools a hell.... oh wait I forgot about the new machining noobs....)

Falling In Love: Utah Saints - Something Good (Van She 08 Radio Edit) (Ain't much of a love person but meh?)

Fight Song: Last of the Wilds - Nightwish (Something I can rock with the P90!!!)

Breaking up: OH NO YOU DIDN'T - Wojahn Brothers (HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA)

Prom: Sons of Plunder - Disturbed (Ain't much of a prom person)

Life: Unknown Soldier - Breaking Benjamin (Hmmmmm)

Mental Breakdown: The One - Elena Siegman (Er... Nazi Zombies?)

Driving: PYLON BALLS TRAP - Kajmaster Kajet (ಠ_ಠ)

Flashback: Without You - Breaking Benjamin

Getting Back together: Let You Down - Three Days Grace ( uhhhh )

Wedding: Chamber the Cartridge - Rise Against (damn I must really hate relationships....)

Birth of Child: Pet - A Perfect Circle (and newborns...)

Final Battle: Entertainment - Rise Against

Death Scene: Never Gonna Give You Up - Rick Astley (..... well least I get to rick roll you when I die....)

Funeral Song: Lights Out - Breaking Benjamin

End Credits: Bad Apple!!! - Touhou

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by Five_X on Thu 19 Aug 2010 - 14:19

The Rick Roll funeral would be awesome. Better yet, hire Rick Astley himself to do it!

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by H_Wimbleton on Thu 19 Aug 2010 - 14:43

*writes in future will to rick roll EVERYONE in the funeral by Rick himself*

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Re: Your life soundtrack

Post by Jacen Starslayer on Thu 19 Aug 2010 - 18:44

Opening Credits: We Danced Anyway - Deana Carter

Waking Up: Midnight Carnival - Band unknown

1st Day of School: Lindblum - Final Fantasy IX Soundtrack

Falling In Love: I'm Waiting - All-American Rejects

Fight Song: You Fight Me - Breaking Benjamin

Breaking up: Drowning - Adema

Prom: She Never Let's it Go To Her Heart - Tim McGraw

Life: Ukulele De Chocobo - Final Fantasy IX Soundtrack

Mental Breakdown: Mesmerized - Lifehouse

Driving: Tell Me - Nobuo Uematsu - Final Fantasy VIII Soundtrack

Flashback: No Giving Up - Crossfade

Getting Back together: Who We Are - Lifehouse

Wedding: Assault of the White Dragons - Final Fantasy IX Soundtrack

Birth of Child: Me Against the World - Tupac Shakur

Final Battle: Who Says You Can't Go Home - Bon Jovi

Death Scene: Running Out of Days - 3 Doors Down

Funeral Song: Lindblum - Final Fantasy IX Soundtrack (The return to the beginning)

End Credits: I'm Waiting - All-American Rejects

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