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Let's share some music!
Share some music as a community
Discover some music of any genre of music , it will be interesting and maybe great
Still learning english guys :c

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Wall of music incoming.

And last but not least, the song that introduced me to Celldweller.

Blue Stahli


Paul Udarov



Super Smash Bros.

Silent Hill

Metal Gear Rising


There's dozens of vocaloid songs that I could include but I'm just going to stop it there to keep this list from being ten times longer than it needs to be.

"It's all about synthesis, you don't have to be a real musician. You just synthesize your own reality, synthesize your own talents." -Klayton

My Three Mind Horses
Haven: Tulpa #1
Created on 10-28-14

Aphelion: Tulpa #2
Created on 2-25-15 

Chimera: Self Proclaimed Thoughtform
Created on: Can't remember. Sometime around Easter of 2017.

Warning: I am a huge nerd.
"Oh my, wall of text... Wat, Smash Bros?" Where Reisen(my tulpa, not the character herself) is from, (was) my favorite video and song for.. since it came out. Also this, somewhat nsfw toward the end. Was tied with Jumper for favorite, for obvious reasons. And, found this just a few months ago, ie many years later. This broke the (3 way) tie for my favorite song. Unlike the original, all my tulpas share this one. It's basically our "Happy, together" song.

I have a lot more, most of which are tied to my tulpas, but if I post a lot they seem less unique. Maybe later.
Hi! I'm Lumi, host of Reisen, Tewi, Flandre and Lucilyn.
Everyone deserves to love and be loved. It's human nature.
My tulpas and I have a Q&A thread, which was the first (and largest) of its kind. Feel free to ask us stuff.
(02-04-2015, 12:27 AM)Acrid Wrote:
Can't go wrong with Monstercat, possibly ever.

(02-04-2015, 01:54 AM)Reisen Wrote: Also this, somewhat nsfw toward the end. Had tied for favorite with Jumper, for obvious reasons.
That one is really good, even when excluding the video part.

Here are some of my favorites:
Hazey by Glass Animals - I mean, the whole album is love, but this one stands out in particular.
Pagan Poetry by Björk [NSFW] - One of my favorite songs by her.
Let it Be by Blackmill - Chillstep goodness at its finest.
Currently share myself with four other entities.
Noriko was created on December 15, 2014.  Sabari was created by Noriko on January 22, 2015.
Anzu was reborn on May 23, 2016.  Xiri returned on June 16, 2018.  Both had been inactive since 2012.

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Kudos on the Super Smash Bros. Most of the music on my computer comes from games.

I recently discovered Duane and BrandO's Earthbound, which is really cool if you know the game. And if you don't, they've done other games which are pretty good too.

This holiday season, I discovered Christmas Eve/Sarajevo, which is cool both for the music, and for the story behind it:
Quote:We heard about this cello player born in Sarajevo many years ago who left when he was fairly young to go on to become a well-respected musician, playing with various symphonies throughout Europe. Many decades later, he returned to Sarajevo as an elderly man—at the height of the Bosnian War, only to find his city in complete ruins.

I think what most broke this man's heart was that the destruction was not done by some outside invader or natural disaster—it was done by his own people. At that time, Serbs were shelling Sarajevo every night. Rather than head for the bomb shelters like his family and neighbors, this man went to the town square, climbed onto a pile of rubble that had once been the fountain, took out his cello, and played Mozart and Beethoven as the city was bombed.

He came every night and began playing Christmas carols from that same spot. It was just such a powerful image—a white-haired man silhouetted against the cannon fire, playing timeless melodies to both sides of the conflict amid the rubble and devastation of the city he loves. Some time later, a reporter traced him down to ask why he did this insanely stupid thing. The old man said that it was his way of proving that despite all evidence to the contrary, the spirit of humanity was still alive in that place.

On the classical side of things, O Fortuna and Ride of the Valkries are totally badass, and you probably already know them both, even if you think you don't.
"Some things have to be believed to be seen." - Ralph Hodgson
Sushi, I LOVE the Trans-Siberian Orchestra! We go to see them every year in December.

We tend to like quite a bit of music from nearly every genre, but particularly rock and what I believe is now being called "epic orchestral" music. Two Steps from Hell makes some great music of the latter, particularly For The Win, Strength of a Thousand Men, and Heart of Courage.
Anyone here listen to some Melodic Death Metal? It's good stuff. And Bjornn has some good semi-harsh fry screams if you're into that stuff.
Black Black Heart is one of my Tulpa's favourite songs. This is the slow version, here is the rock one. The chorus comes from the Flower Duet (a beautiful piece from an Opera called Lakmé).
“Of course it is happening inside your head, Harry, but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?”
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I have a ton of music, here's a few that I've been listening to a lot lately:
"Science isn't about why, science is about why not?" -Cave Johnson
Tulpae: Luna, Elise, Naomi
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