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Your life in music

Postby Dirrt » Aug 15th, '14, 10:30

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Knowing what you know now, how your life has been so far, what type of person you are, how your character is and what you've been through. What would your song choices be for certain stages/events in your life?
What would your background music be?
What about future events?
Or how and what music has got you through certain life events?

Music has always been my saviour through my rough times.

This isn’t just serious shit and should be a mixture of good, bad and funny - Just post honestly :happy:

Life event examples
Birth
Walking
Talking
Starting school
Puberty
Leaving school
College
First job
Uni
Graduations
Parents
Family members
Friendships
Goodbyes
Bullying
Sex
Love
Driving
First car
Moving out
Grieving
Career
Money
Holidays
Travelling
Having children
Wedding
Funeral
Cremation
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Re: Your life in music

Postby Jason M. » Aug 16th, '14, 12:49

Birth - Justin Timberlake: Cry Me A River
Walking - Aerosmith: Walk This Way
Talking - Eminem: Rap God
Starting school - Napalm Death: You Suffer
Puberty - Nine Inch Nails: Help Me I Am In Hell
Leaving school - Pharell: Happy
College - Bring Me The Horizon: No Need For Introductions, I've Read About Girls Like You On Backs of Toilet Doors
First job - Coldplay: Ode To Deodorant
Uni - MGMT: Time To Pretend
Graduations - Kanye West: Can't Tell Me Nothing
Parents - Linkin Park: Lost In The Echo
Family members - Bastille: Bad Blood
Friendships - Imagine Dragons: Cha-Ching (Til We Grow Older)
Goodbyes - Linkin Park: Until It's Gone
Bullying - Slipknot: People = Shit
Sex - Nine Inch Nails: Closer
Love - Coldplay: Ink
Driving - Linkin Park: Keys To The Kingdom
First car - Nine Inch Nails: Various Methods of Escape
Moving out - Linkin Park: By Myself
Grieving - Bastille: Bad News
Career - Picksiebner: Bolje grob nego job (Rather To The Grave Than To Work)
Money - The Notorious B.I.G. - Mo Money Mo Problems
Holidays - Coldplay: Yes
Travelling - Kanye West: On Sight
Having children - Coldplay: Strawberry Swing
Wedding - Imagine Dragons: It's Time
Funeral - Bring Me The Horizon: Memorial
Cremation- Nine Inch Nails: Burn
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Re: Your life in music

Postby Dirrt » Aug 17th, '14, 20:45

Good choices :8) you didn't have to do them all btw haha, was giving some examples but was interested what people would have put.

Napalm Death :y:
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Re: Your life in music

Postby Shpongle » Aug 18th, '14, 10:31

In my "teen" years i was obsessed with Marilyn Manson, so that was a big part of my life for many years, that's one of the bands i would choose for the "soundtrack" of my life for sure :D In my late teens, early adulthood KoRn was THE band for me...it helped me get through alot of personal shit at the time.
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Re: Your life in music

Postby Guess_Who » Aug 19th, '14, 09:43

I like this. :y: On some of the cases I'll post songs I used to listen on that period.

Birth - Tonight tonight- smashing Pumpkins. I was born over midnight.
Walking - The verbe -Bitter sweet symphony,check the video if you can't get why.
Talking - Don't cry (Guns'n roses) just by the beginning of the song it came to my mind.."talk to me softly.."
Starting school - pink floyd - The wall
Puberty - These days (Bon Jovi)
Leaving school - lose yourself (Eminem)
First job - Hysteria (muse)
Graduations - time of your life (Green day)
Parents - my immortal - Evanescence. Sometimes You Can't Make it On Your Own (U2)
Family members - Goo goo dolls - Iris
Friendships - a little help from my friends (The Beatles)
Goodbyes - Never say goodbye (Bon Jovi).
Sex - True blood main theme, bad thing, wicked game by Him.
Love - Bon Jovi -Always, aerosmith -crazy.
Driving - My favorite game by the Cardigans.
First car - Highway to hell. Ac/DC
Moving out - Never say goodbye (Bon Jovi)
Grieving - estranged by Guns and roses, everybody hurts (R.E.M)
Money - money , power, glory by Lana del Rey
Holidays - feeling good (Muse)
Travelling- Around the world- Red hot chilli Peppers, where the streets have no name (U2)
Having children - daughter- pearl jam
Wedding - November rain - Guns'n roses
Funeral - Him- join me in death.
Cremation- Born to die by Lana.....Cause you and I we were born to dieeeeeeeee.



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Re: Your life in music

Postby Dirrt » Aug 19th, '14, 13:25

Shpongle wrote:In my "teen" years i was obsessed with Marilyn Manson, so that was a big part of my life for many years, that's one of the bands i would choose for the "soundtrack" of my life for sure :D In my late teens, early adulthood KoRn was THE band for me...it helped me get through alot of personal shit at the time.

I saw Manson at Reading Festival years ago, dropped and come up to him playing Tainted Love round a fire - most surreal thing ever haha long gone are those popping days

Guess_Who wrote:Starting school - pink floyd - The wall
Leaving school - lose yourself (Eminem)
Parents - my immortal - Evanescence. Sometimes You Can't Make it On Your Own (U2)
Sex - True blood main theme, bad thing, wicked game by Him.
Love - Bon Jovi -Always, aerosmith -crazy.
Money - money , power, glory by Lana del Rey
Travelling- Around the world- Red hot chilli Peppers, where the streets have no name (U2)
Having children - daughter- pearl jam
Wedding - November rain - Guns'n roses
Funeral - Him- join me in death.
Cremation- Born to die by Lana.....Cause you and I we were born to dieeeeeeeee.

Sweet choices :happy:

Guess_Who wrote:This questionnaire - Love the way you lie. Kidding kidding, but probably all my answers are wrong!

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A few I'd pick
I’ll start with one I’ve posted about before, walking down the aisle to Killswitch Engage - My Last Serenade with the first 30 seconds on loop. This is because when we first met, we listened to music in bed and this was one song that came on a few times and we always thought it would be a good at our wedding

I used to play this after I split from my first love :laughing: Limp Bizkit - No sex

Learning lessons about men Linkin Park - Pushing Me Away

When my little sister passed away Elton John - Circle of Life was played at her funeral and Evanescence - My Immortal always makes me think of her. I can't remember anything about that year as it was all blur and it irritates me that I don't know what music helped me through that stage of my life.

I've also had some of the best times of my life growing up to rap and metal music and Eminem best memories to eminem's music

My husband playing this at me Ludacris - My Chick Bad :happy:

Funeral
Beyonce - I Was Here

Cremation
Pink - Highway to Hell

I'll think about some more to add :dog:
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Re: Your life in music

Postby Guess_Who » Aug 19th, '14, 13:35

When I broke with my ex I used to listen " Patience" by Guns'n roses all the way, that song bring me memories of that period now. And I associate it with that person.

My immortal by Evanescence I think will make cry anyone who have lost someone. I can't listen to that song without breaking me down. There is also an spanish song that reminds me to my mother. Because it was the song that was on the radio the last time I saw her.

That song Unbreak my heart by Tony Braxton, ironically remembers me a very happy day of my life, but can't tell the story. :D

I need hard rock to drive, so everytime I listen Metallica I associate it with the car, as I often listen to then there...
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Re: Your life in music

Postby Dirrt » Aug 19th, '14, 13:50

Guess_Who wrote:When I broke with my ex I used to listen " Patience" by Guns'n roses all the way, that song bring me memories of that period now. And I associate it with that person.

My immortal by Evanescence I think will make cry anyone who have lost someone. I can't listen to that song without breaking me down. There is also an spanish song that reminds me to my mother. Because it was the song that was on the radio the last time I saw her.

That song Unbreak my heart by Tony Braxton, ironically remembers me a very happy day of my life, but can't tell the story. :D

I need hard rock to drive, so everytime I listen Metallica I associate it with the car, as I often listen to then there...

I get ya! I don't even associate to a person anymore, it was a feeling that got me through something hard

One of my ex's tried to pin November Rain on us as our song whilst we watched them play it live... I was like nah Image

It's weird that you need driving music to be consistant, my driving music reflects my mood

Was it with your first time by any chance? :shifty:
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Re: Your life in music

Postby Guess_Who » Aug 19th, '14, 13:53

Dirrt wrote:
Was it with your first time by any chance? :shifty:


haha, no no....It was the day I met a person who was very important in my life, that song was playing. That day was a pretty crazy and funny day, one of the best of my life. So everytime I hear it , great memories comes to my mind. Even if the song itself it's sad.


November rain is amazing. It's one of my favorite songs ever.
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Re: Your life in music

Postby Dirrt » Aug 19th, '14, 13:59

Guess_Who wrote:haha, no no....It was the day I met a person who was very important in my life, that song was playing. That day was a pretty crazy and funny day, one of the best of my life. So everytime I hear it , great memories comes to my mind. Even if the song itself it's sad.

November rain is amazing. It's one of my favorite songs ever.


You had no reason not to say anything then :happy: music is amazing!

It's a great song, wrong bloke hence me saying no haha
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Re: Your life in music

Postby Shpongle » Aug 19th, '14, 14:09

I do have some songs/albums that i associate with some people also..like for instance "Massive Attack - Mezzanine" reminds me of one of my exs, and i haven't been able to listen to it like the old times cause of that :facepalm and alot of "Sublime" songs remind me of my friends.

But one of the songs i relate to the most is this one



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Re: Your life in music

Postby Shpongle » Aug 19th, '14, 15:06

Dirrt wrote:Video link fails...

It's working for me :-k
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Re: Your life in music

Postby Dirrt » Aug 19th, '14, 15:11

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I like Tool, they're very within yourself thinking music though I find
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