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    Tell me about the music you play into the ground! I'm talking about a song that, if you were trapped in an elevator ( albeit a very cool elevator if it's playing tunes you love ), you wouldn't mind listening to repeatedly.


    Lately, I've been playing " Pyramid" - Love of Diagrams a LOT, and "Black Betty" - Spiderbait. ( I just realised they were both Australian bands - hmmmm.) Anyway, let's here what you crank up until everyone around you wants to run from the room.

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    "Tetsujin" on the matrix revolutions soundtrack

    "Mona Lisa Overdrive" on the matrix reloaded soundtrack.

    (Both of these are music for action scenes, so they might not work well on an elevator, but can be listened to over and over just fine.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zergling View Post
    "Tetsujin" on the matrix revolutions soundtrack

    "Mona Lisa Overdrive" on the matrix reloaded soundtrack.

    (Both of these are music for action scenes, so they might not work well on an elevator, but can be listened to over and over just fine.)
    I guess it depends on what sort of mayhem you get into whilst trapped in an elevator, eh?

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    Trip Hop is good for endless repetitions.

    I could listen to Evolva by Sort of Expression and The Garden by Silk Demise for quite a while before losing it.

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    As long as someone else is stuck with me in the elevator......something outdated yet embarrassingly catchy that I could dance stupidly to in order to annoy them. This would do.
    I don't wanna!

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    I could forever-play "Bring on the Dancing Horses" by Echo and the Bunnymen or most anything David Bowie.
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    Thunder Kiss '65 - White Zombie or White and Nerdy - Weird Al

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    Right now I'm crushing on "How" by Badly Drawn Boy and on "Holland" by Sufjan Stevens.

    Also, I recently rediscovered an old gem while importing CDs to iTunes - Heart's "Little Queen" and "The Best of the Stylistics."

    What can I say? I have eclectic tastes. However, if you listen closely you can sense a thread of *pretty melodies with meaningful lyrics* running throughout.

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    I recently discovered an old favorite. I Just Called to Say I Love You by Stevie Wonder. I wouldn't want to hear it ad infinitum, though.

    I'd say IIO's Rapture is catchy enough to be played for a while. There really is no song I'd like to hear forever, as I'm sure is the case with most people. But Jessie's Girl is catchy. Very catchy. Oh! I really, really love Down On The Corner by Creedence Clearwater Revival. That song is so good. Short but good.

    I'm always in the mood for good eighties songs. I burned all my favorite people a Christmas present CD with mostly great 80's songs.

    Oh, and I can't forget Stand By Me by Ben E King! I could listen to that song for a long time.

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    Cinematic Orchestra - Channel 1 Suite
    Massive Attack - Dissolved Girl
    DJ Shadow - Midnight in a Perfect World
    The The - Kingdom of Rain
    Haggard - Herr Mannelig
    Perfume OST - Meeting Laura
    Chicane - Saltwater (Original)
    Dead Can Dance - The Spider's Stratagem
    Afterlife - Blue Bar

    And more that reside within the more swampy parts of the mind at this time.
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