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    I would like to see St Petersburg, Russia.
    Peking China
    Greese
    New Zealand
    Ny Ny

    My top five. I also love Italy and other parts of Europe

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    Okay, I've got a new question.

    What are your top 5 favorite bands or musical artists? If you have a particular favorite album or song from any of them, go ahead and list that too.


    1. Paul Simon (Graceland)
    2. Creedence Clearwater Revival (Willy and the Poor Boys)
    3. U2 (The Joshua Tree)
    4. Stevie Ray Vaughan (Texas Flood)
    5. Tom Petty (Full Moon Fever)


    I'm kind of curious whether these will go roughly along generational lines. I know mine don't really fit in that sense, in that all the albums I listed came out before I was 10.

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    1. Type O Negative
    2. Kamelot
    3. In Flames
    4. Chicago
    5. A Perfect Circle

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPanther_04 View Post
    Okay, I've got a new question.

    What are your top 5 favorite bands or musical artists? If you have a particular favorite album or song from any of them, go ahead and list that too.

    EEK! A tough one!

    Here goes:

    1.) U2
    2.) The White Stripes
    3.) The Beatles
    4.) Tori Amos
    5.) Matchbox 20

    Tricky, tricky: I could add about 20 more to this list!

    Good question, PinkPanther!

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    1. Tori Amos. The entire Little Earthquakes album as it was the first music to give my inner turmoil a voice, just replace God with parents. I particularly like the song Crucify. To this day she is my all-time favorite.

    2. The Ramones. Weird; rebellious; love them! Poison Heart or I Wanna be Sedated

    3. NiN. I love this video The Perfect Drug, but my favorite song by NiN is The Hand That Feeds

    4. Linkin Park. Love them! My marriage...Numb

    5. Chingon. My fiance listens to a lot of traditional Mexican music like this: Banda Machos - La Suegra. So it was nice to find this group for us both to enjoy since I'm not a big fan of the traditional style. Though I won't deny it's quite humorous to see the entire lawn crew (who are Mexican) sitting in front of my window eating their lunch and jamming to what sounds like a Mariachi Band invaded my house. Anyway, I get the privilege of having my fiance sing this updated version of his favorite song in my ear. This band are a few members who are also in another great band called Del Castillo. The song is Malaguena Salerosa and given the above info there is no way it doesn't make my top 5!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angel View Post
    1. Tori Amos. The entire Little Earthquakes album as it was the first music to give my inner turmoil a voice. Replace God with parents and you understand me. Particularly the song Crucify. To this day she is my all-time favorite.
    OMG, Angel, you rock! I love that song. Just yesterday, I put it on a mix CD for one of my kiddos. I told her what the song had meant to me and she listened to it; she said she could use the song when she was angry. (Which, given the kiddos I work with, is a LOT!)

    I actually put a LOT of Tori on that CD...it was a female-power mix. We also giggled over the "Happy Phantom" and decided we too, would run naked through the streets without our masks on if we died today.

    Glad to find another Tori fan!

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    This is tough!!

    Ok...hmmmm

    In no particular order:

    Pink Floyd
    Paul Simon
    The Beatles
    Tarkan
    The Eagles

    I could name so many more...I am a musicholic!

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    Wow

    This is a most difficult question to answer for me. I have close to 2000 cds.

    My top formats are the
    Blues
    Rock N Roll
    Country
    Jazz
    Dance/Disco
    Space/New Age

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    Quote Originally Posted by larasteele View Post
    OMG, Angel, you rock! I love that song. Just yesterday, I put it on a mix CD for one of my kiddos. I told her what the song had meant to me and she listened to it; she said she could use the song when she was angry. (Which, given the kiddos I work with, is a LOT!)

    I actually put a LOT of Tori on that CD...it was a female-power mix. We also giggled over the "Happy Phantom" and decided we too, would run naked through the streets without our masks on if we died today.

    Glad to find another Tori fan!
    Aw, thank ya! And awesome! It is great to find another Tori fan! Little Earthquakes is a great album for internal turmoil I think (well all of them rock, but that one in particular). Love the Happy Phantom story.

    I always called her music style "happy confusion". It has always felt like the grounding wire to my crazy thoughts. Made it safe to have them if that makes any sense.

    Love finding another fan as well!
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    Mmmmm...thats a good one...In no particular order...

    1. Three Doors Down
    2. Matchbox Twenty
    3. Chicago
    4. Billy Joel
    5. Maroon 5

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    I don't think I can limit this to just 5 and if I tried, then I'd find more later that I wish I had on my list. But, here are some of my favorites:

    1. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band -- love so many, but probably my favorite of his would have to be Born to Run
    2. Stevie Ray Vaughan (had front row seats to see him once, and been in love ever since -- favorite song Voodoo Chile
    3. The Beatles -- In My Life is one of my favorites
    4. Creedence Clearwater Revival -- no particular favorite
    5. Andrea Bocelli -- love everything he sings

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    Ok. Here is a new question.

    What are your 5 favorite things to do for others?

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    1. Making people laugh.
    2. Making others feel loved and showing it through my actions.
    3. Being a shoulder/rock/listening ear.
    4. Doing things for others without expecting anything in return.
    5. Give my money away.

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    1. Giving them a thoughtful gift.
    2. Making them feel important and needed.
    3. Giving them a hug.
    4. Making them smile / laugh.
    5. Doing something for them that alleviates stress.
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    1. I love cooking for my friends...having them over for lunch or dinner

    2. Making them smile/laugh

    3. Helping them clean house

    4. Giving them hugs

    5. Treating them to a movie

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