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Posted by: pisoaia May 17 2003, 01:53 PM

Music is and will be the best medicine for our soul, and that is why i want to ask you which do you think is the most `wanted` genre of music nowadays and why.

Can't wait to hear your opinions, See u all

Posted by: Emilian May 20 2003, 10:08 PM

I like pop music a lot !
Westlife most of all !
I also am a very big Celine Dion fan !
Enya too :-)

Posted by: FireEyes May 21 2003, 05:34 PM

i like country music, old music, disco music from 80's years and trance most ;-)
classic music.


Posted by: pisoaia May 21 2003, 07:18 PM

My favourite bands from Romania are Vama Veche, Holograf, Directia 5, Iris and a few more because i listen to their music with pleasure even a few years after their release on the music market (i kind of consider them Ever green-s). On the other side i can't say that i don't listen to other kind of music, in fact i listen almost everything (excpet menele) from Classical music to folk music...
Rigth now i am a little obssesed with the new album of holograf and i tend to leave aside other genres for a short while.
That's alll folks :wink:

Posted by: da renegade master May 25 2003, 09:12 PM

well, my dear sister, i'm fond of HOUSE, but i like Ca$$a loco and Radu Ille
but, my favourite song is written by bobby mcferrin:
"here' s a little song I wrote,
you might wanna sing it note by note
so, don't worry,
be happy!"

Posted by: FireEyes May 26 2003, 06:46 AM


well, my dear sister,

this is not a chat.
further posts will be deleted if you continue in this way.

thank you.


Posted by: zozolina Sep 24 2003, 09:05 PM

I have no clue which is the more listened to music...if we took it that way it's got to be pop (it's called popular music...think about it :roll: ) I like to listen from rock to classical music, chamber music, it all comes down to the feeling inside at that peticular moment.
It's sad how comercial music has more succes and teen's seem to forget guns'n'roses, listen to nirvana just because it's "cool" and metallica also.

Posted by: pisoaia Sep 28 2003, 07:22 PM

Well, i can`t agree with u more, zozolina. Most of the people nowadays tend to forget the meaning of music. I was listening the other day `It must of been love` and i realised that that song is an `evergreen`, even 10 years from now, while O-Zone with `Dragostea din tei` is already getting on my nerves.
That's about all, anyway, i want to welcome you in our section, and i sincerely hope that this isn't the last time we hear from u.
See u all

Posted by: Wh|teWolf Sep 28 2003, 08:14 PM

I like Trance music most of all. Fragma, ATB, Chicane, Dina Vass (with The Love I Have for (Raven Edit)), N-Trance, Scooter (some of them) and others (too much to list them all here) then comes Enya (this one i have it from emilian smile.gif he made me enjoy Enya's musik 'coz he gaved me theyre albums) , but trance & house, first of all, LONG LiVE TRANCE MUSIK smile.gif.


Posted by: BLu3^babe Sep 29 2003, 01:54 PM

i`m more into pop(especially Blue, then Westlife, Gareth Gates, Atomic Kitten, Justin Timberlake, Sugarbabes), r&b(Craig David, Ashanti), hip-hop(Missy Elliot, Snoop Dogg), rap(Nelly, 50 Cent, Jay-Z) etc, and know i`m in love with Sean Paul`s music(raggae), his accent makes me crazy and i think his songs r gr8 (especially Get Busy and Like Glue) - u should listen !! 8)

Posted by: Airman04061969 Sep 30 2004, 07:48 AM

Do you think "Dragostea din tei" is beginning to step on your toes ? Take a number, sweetheart ! How would you like to hear that (.... censored .....) song three times a day (at least !) EVERY day. That's the kind of torture I've been submitted to in the past three months. Plus the words are of "exquisite artistical taste". I've never heard such numb words in my life. What the (... censored...) has Picasso got to do with mobile phones ? And how come "giving you a beep" ("nice" combination between English and Romanian, I must admit) and "being strong" (original: "sunt voinic") can be associated.
However I do think you over-react. "It must have been love" is, after all, a great song of the '80's but the 80's have produced a lot of crap music themselves (let's not forget that rap music started in 1985. But, I guess you're right, "It must have been love" as well as some other songs from people like Roxette and, why not, Madonna, will be classical gems even after 20+ years.

Posted by: Airman04061969 Nov 17 2004, 08:08 AM

This topic is dead ! I suggest the administrator should shut it down and say "Requiescat in pace !"

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