Music that you wouldn't want people to hear.

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    Sep 25, 2009 10:26 PM GMT
    Just bored and was wondering if anyone has any songs on their MP3 players that they would quickly skip if some else was with them. Or any songs that if you were listening to at the gym and a hot guy walked by you sort of lower ur ipod incase he can hear. haha

    for me, it would be

    Thelma Houston - Dont leave me this way

    Diana Ross & the Supremes

    and the worst one probably is....

    all of Lindsay Lohan's songs

    dont judge ;)
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    Sep 25, 2009 11:30 PM GMT
    oh the hot guys at my gym have worked me out, I've started singing.. oh the shame for them all icon_smile.gif
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    Sep 26, 2009 1:19 AM GMT
    Uuhh....
    A couple Hillary Duff songs could be potentially embarrassing...I have a lot of heavy south German baroque on my ipod (read: J.S. Bach...used to have some J.C Bach but it got deleted or something). I mean I regard the music as genius, but naturally not everyone is comfortable listening to Bach (especially because I have the good stuff, like the triple harpsichord concertos and the better cantatas, not the commercialized crap like the prelude and fugue in d...ugh...not that the fugue isn't genial on its own, but the prelude has been murdered by commercial society).

    Oh dear I've rambled on about Bach. It's like one of my first dates all over again.
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    Sep 26, 2009 1:26 AM GMT
    Ciarsolo7 said
    Oh dear I've rambled on about Bach. It's like one of my first dates all over again.


    That sounds like a good date to me! I think my two favorite Bach pieces at the moment are Jesu meine Freude and Wir Setzen Uns Mit Tranen Nieder. Both send shudders down my spine... repeatedly.


    As for music I wouldn't want people to know I listen to:

    Hanson - Mmmbop!
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    Sep 26, 2009 1:26 AM GMT
    Ciarsolo7 said..I have a lot of heavy south German baroque on my ipod (read: J.S. Bach...used to have some J.C Bach but it got deleted or something). I mean I regard the music as genius, but naturally not everyone is comfortable listening to Bach


    Why not? I think you ought to hit them with the sterner cantatas, like "Mein Herz Schwimmt in Blut" or "Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen." It will help separate the wheat from the all-too-prevalent chaff.
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    Sep 26, 2009 1:30 AM GMT
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    Sep 26, 2009 1:46 AM GMT
    Soundtracks to Highschool Musical I, II & III


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    just kidding.
    But I have lots of stuff on there where other would goicon_rolleyes.gif
    lots of instrumental soundtrack music from James Bonds, Danny Elfman, Jerry Goldsmith, Hans Zimmer, bit of classic, bit of Opera (but unlike the purists I only have the commercial stuff), Charo
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    Sep 26, 2009 1:49 AM GMT
    I think it would have to be thoes like ULTRA gay songs that you hear at that one club you go to when you just feel like being around/having a "fag feast" as one of my very good straight friends said one time while going to the The Heat in San Antonio... think of it Club Babalon lite. =)

    AngelMoon - He's all I want
    Houston Bernard - Ride It Cowboy (yeah... I never want that song to pop on a the wrong place or time since yeah... I think it would give away my status with one line "COME ON GET ON TOP OF IT... RIDE IT COWBOY! JUST DONT QUIT!" LMAO)
    Gay Pimp - Soccer Practice
    a few others but yeah...
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    Sep 26, 2009 1:55 AM GMT
    if I tell you then that would mean I'd want you guys to hear ;)

    but in all seriousness:
    Etta James
    Leslie Gore
    Devo
    Hanson
    Raffi
    Katy Perry
    Pink
    Feist
    Right Said Fred
    Lil' Kim
    Random bands (Dresden Dolls, Splendora, Garbage, etc.)
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    Sep 26, 2009 1:55 AM GMT
    Always On My Mind-Willie Nelson
    Mandy-Barry Manilow
    Torn Between Two Lovers-Mary MacGregor

    These are definitely not my usual style of music. They just remind me of the 70's when I was a little kid riding around with my parents listening to AM radio in one of those awful vans with a mural painted on the sides. I think I've dated myself.

    van 70's
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    Sep 26, 2009 1:56 AM GMT
    I dont have any stuff like that, I wouldn't lower the volume or change the track
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    Sep 26, 2009 2:09 AM GMT
    skifan08 said
    Ciarsolo7 said
    Oh dear I've rambled on about Bach. It's like one of my first dates all over again.


    That sounds like a good date to me! I think my two favorite Bach pieces at the moment are Jesu meine Freude and Wir Setzen Uns Mit Tranen Nieder. Both send shudders down my spine... repeatedly.


    I...don't meet a lot of men who would concur xD In fact I may pinpoint fawning over Bach and the Baroque as a whole as the reason guys don't stick around.
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    Sep 26, 2009 2:25 AM GMT
    I disagree. The Bach triple concerto in C is on my classical workout playlist. (The Pinnock recording).

    I don't consider it a repellent but rather a 'filter'.

    As for what I wouldn't want someone to hear, well there's so much to choose from...
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    Sep 26, 2009 2:28 AM GMT
    I don't really care what anyone thinks about music that I like. I don't think I COULD ever feel guilty about liking what I like. simple as that!
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    Sep 26, 2009 2:30 AM GMT
    Ciarsolo7 said
    skifan08 said
    Ciarsolo7 said
    Oh dear I've rambled on about Bach. It's like one of my first dates all over again.


    That sounds like a good date to me! I think my two favorite Bach pieces at the moment are Jesu meine Freude and Wir Setzen Uns Mit Tranen Nieder. Both send shudders down my spine... repeatedly.


    I...don't meet a lot of men who would concur xD In fact I may pinpoint fawning over Bach and the Baroque as a whole as the reason guys don't stick around.


    Meh... haha.... I would love to see & hear a guy listening to this kind of music. Its actually what my well ex/possibly soon again bf got me with when went to his dorm room and he was listening to Waltz of the Flowers by Tchaikovsky... Since I play Cello and I just die every-time I hear the Celli solo in it... I was like OMG! And that was the deal maker there. Turned out he liked it cause he saw a movie called "Electric Dreams" (ironically so did I and is the whole reason why I started and wanted to play Cello) and he wanted to play cello but never had the chance to learn... Im buying a cello soon here in the near future and plan on teaching him. =) and my guys name is also Edgar... go f-in figure. Bach's Minuet in G Major was my first solo. =D

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    Sep 26, 2009 2:41 AM GMT
    bgcat57 saidI disagree. The Bach triple concerto in C is on my classical workout playlist. (The Pinnock recording).


    Really? the BWV 1064 has always been a tad too anglaise for me (a remark both equally gay and stuck up! lol).

    Now, the BWV 1063 in d...That can make me blaze through a cardio workout like nobody's business...except for the adagio because...well..it's an adagio o-o
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    Sep 26, 2009 2:56 AM GMT
    Love story by taylor Swift - love the song and video but can't listen to it with friends around.
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    Sep 26, 2009 12:03 PM GMT
    Ciarsolo7 said
    Really? the BWV 1064 has always been a tad too anglaise for me (a remark both equally gay and stuck up! lol).

    Now, the BWV 1063 in d...That can make me blaze through a cardio workout like nobody's business...except for the adagio because...well..it's an adagio o-o


    1063 is good as is the 1065 - I probably like the 1065 a little better because of it's common play. As for the anglaise style of the 1064, that the very thing I love about it.

    What really makes me fly on a treadmill is Moncayo's Huapango. It's as if it were written to sprint to. (full orchestra version). Gotta love all that 2 against 3 stuff.
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    Sep 26, 2009 12:05 PM GMT
    Ciarsolo7 saidUuhh....
    A couple Hillary Duff songs could be potentially embarrassing...I have a lot of heavy south German baroque on my ipod (read: J.S. Bach...used to have some J.C Bach but it got deleted or something). I mean I regard the music as genius, but naturally not everyone is comfortable listening to Bach (especially because I have the good stuff, like the triple harpsichord concertos and the better cantatas, not the commercialized crap like the prelude and fugue in d...ugh...not that the fugue isn't genial on its own, but the prelude has been murdered by commercial society).

    Oh dear I've rambled on about Bach. It's like one of my first dates all over again.


    Date me? We can talk Bach for hours, and if you get bored we can to Teleman, Vivaldi, Corelli, Handel and then move into the bedroom.






    That´s where my CDs are. Perverts. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Sep 26, 2009 12:31 PM GMT
    Add me to the Bach lovers list. Looking at my iPod I see that I have 2,063 Bach tracks (including all the Harpsichord concerti) on it now. I have an account with http://www.emusic.com/ which has an enormous classical music catalogue, so that count grows monthly.
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    Sep 26, 2009 3:26 PM GMT
    My Meredith Monk collection
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    Sep 26, 2009 3:40 PM GMT
    Lostboy said
    Ciarsolo7 saidUuhh....
    A couple Hillary Duff songs could be potentially embarrassing...I have a lot of heavy south German baroque on my ipod (read: J.S. Bach...used to have some J.C Bach but it got deleted or something). I mean I regard the music as genius, but naturally not everyone is comfortable listening to Bach (especially because I have the good stuff, like the triple harpsichord concertos and the better cantatas, not the commercialized crap like the prelude and fugue in d...ugh...not that the fugue isn't genial on its own, but the prelude has been murdered by commercial society).

    Oh dear I've rambled on about Bach. It's like one of my first dates all over again.


    Date me? We can talk Bach for hours, and if you get bored we can to Teleman, Vivaldi, Corelli, Handel and then move into the bedroom.






    That´s where my CDs are. Perverts. icon_rolleyes.gif


    lmao... thats what my bf said... icon_twisted.gif
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    Sep 26, 2009 3:59 PM GMT
    Lostboy said
    Ciarsolo7 said


    Date me? We can talk Bach for hours, and if you get bored we can to Teleman, Vivaldi, Corelli, Handel and then move into the bedroom.


    You sure know how to sweet talk a classically trained musician icon_redface.gif
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    Sep 26, 2009 4:02 PM GMT
    Ciarsolo7 said
    Lostboy said
    Ciarsolo7 said


    Date me? We can talk Bach for hours, and if you get bored we can to Teleman, Vivaldi, Corelli, Handel and then move into the bedroom.


    You sure know how to sweet talk a classically trained musician icon_redface.gif


    we can get all contrapuntal together: you can invert my subject and then take it in retrograde. I´ll raise you a chromatic counter subject and we can go at it in two parts. icon_wink.gif