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Posted:Hello, I'm not shure were this belong but I post here..

I will have a performance at my school with poi and I dont have any music that is "appropriate". So if anyone have some trance songs or other good stuff can you tell me the name of the song, group..

This is kind of urgent so any fast replies would be appriciated.

Heffaklump


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Asena
GOLD Member since Aug 2005

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Posted:i've heard a song called tunnel vision by john pertucci... I'm sure i've seen that written on this site somewhere.... if you want it, PM me, i can sort you out. biggrin

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Psycho_lemming
SILVER Member since Jul 2004

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Posted:Written by: Heffaklump

This is kind of urgent so any fast replies would be appriciated.




hey... your new here.... so hello and welcome and hugs and stuff.... but i'm afraid there arnt likely to be many replies to your post cos as you can imagen this subject has come up a few million times....

theres a link to some of the common questions in the FAQ's sicky at the top of the page

but to help a thread like this might help,

otherwise try doing a search for music,

take care
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Igirisujin
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Posted:Da Funk: Daft Punk is very good, and alot of Goldfrapps songs would be great to spin too, from there Albums 'Black Cherry' and 'Supernature', 'Felt Mountain' however is more jazzy so you prob wont have much luck from that.



Best from Black Cherry are Strict Machine (also see Beni Binassi's remix) and Twist. From Supernature its allmost all good especialy Lovley to See You, and Ooh La La.



Also see Nightwish who have sooo many albums lol, the only I know of myself is there album 'Ocean Born'. These all have strong beats, and are quite repetative (and simple) lyricaly, and arnt (at least I dont think) too wordy.



Plus you know go into the dance charts and take a look around for help.


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Posted:Not... another... music... thread...

Search and ye shall find fine sir...


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SunnySammy
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Posted:its not trance or anything but theres an amazing vid of a guy spinning to the theme of amelie, which goes so well with it biggrin

http://www.playpoi.com/poigallery.htm


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Posted:Okay.. Well thanks for the welcome, hugs back to all..

Well sorry for starting another thread like this, no one have to reply... I got what i need now I hope...

Heffaklump


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Fire Bunny
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Posted:i really like spinning to Concord dawn. on the album "uprising" "morning light" is one of my favs. its a new zealand group so you guys proply havnt hurd em, but i think their a bit of all right.

What if we think the jokes on them,
But really - the jokes on us....

and also... i wuv Rougie *snuz*

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Seye
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Posted:Written by: Fire Bunny

i really like spinning to Concord dawn. on the album "uprising" "morning light" is one of my favs. its a new zealand group so you guys proply havnt hurd em, but i think their a bit of all right.


Anyone who listens to drum and bass or bought the Mixmag with John B's 'Trance and Bass' mix CD on the cover will know Concord Dawn.
My favorite track has to be either 'morning light' (which is absolutely amazing) or 'raining blood'. One of my aims for the new year is to get my ass down to Fabric in London when the Dawn are over here.

If you like that kind of dnb then check out 'Cyantific Vs Logistics - Flashback' or most other Logistics stuff to be honest.
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P.S. - Pendulum are from your side of the globe too I think.


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Posted:Written by: Asena

i've heard a song called tunnel vision by john pertucci... I'm sure i've seen that written on this site somewhere.... if you want it, PM me, i can sort you out. biggrin



Another Petrucci fan. I've been raving about that song for ages. Its 6 minutes 35 of sheer guitar genius. Its probably my favourite song to spin to.


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KaelGotRice
GOLD Member since Jul 2003

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Posted:ew lock it ew lock it ew lock it!

heheheh. It should be part of the joiners FAQ not to ask for music to spin to. wink


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Posted:True

but then they're a good way to postwhore so yeah, lock em.


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Igirisujin
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Posted:lol you dont have much faith in people do you, or maybie I have too much.

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Posted:Having faith in people is overrated. Most of the time they're a pain in the ass. Its the few times that humanity is nice to you that I find surprising.

Have faith in what you can do and respect for what you can't

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Igirisujin
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Posted:but its better to have faith and gve people the benifit of the doubt, so even if you were wrong you come off as the better person in the end, and if they do pleasently surprise you everyones happy

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Posted:Sometimes I wish I was a scam artist. So many suckers... so little time.

*shrug*

Me and my ethics...


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Fire Bunny
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Posted:lol

What if we think the jokes on them,
But really - the jokes on us....

and also... i wuv Rougie *snuz*

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Posted:yeah but people tend to walk all over you if you do. Most of the people I know understand why I don't but sorry, I'm a little cynical about the majority of people in general.

Have faith in what you can do and respect for what you can't

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