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    Finally a thread about intense music! I love metal, especially death metal, so here goes...

    YouTube - Benighted - Nemesis, video clip Brutal Death Metal/Grind

    YouTube - Strapping Young Lad - Oh My Fucking God

    YouTube - Anaal Nathrakh - Pandemonic Hyperblast

    YouTube - Strapping Young Lad - Wrong Side

    Strapping Young Lad - Shitstorm is one of the most intense songs ever recorded, but it has been deleted...
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix13 View Post
    I.
    LOVE.
    YOU.

    ...I... I LOVE YOU!!!

    I friggin' discovered Shostakovich through that recording (Vengerov)... I was a huge Prokie fan, but then... oh baby. I'm actually married to Shostakovich on facebook, 'cause I'm cool like that.

    Funny, my dad (an ENTP) is a big fan of the Russians as well. I wonder if it's an Ne thing...
    That's awesome! (everybody scream)... I also discovered Shosta through that CD! (Vengerov is, in my opinion, the most consummate violinist of the 20th century...)

    Heh heh... I'll throw in some Rachmaninoff piano concerti, then... Mahler's good... let's not forget Beethoven...


    I'll throw some curveballs... some might miss though... so I'm warnin' ya!

    Brad Mehldau's Japan concert... his version of Paranoid Android is insane... George Michael's "Listen Without Prejudice"... most stuff by Schoenberg.... anything Ives... The Doors' "The End"... The Beatles' "Helter Skelter"... Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Free Bird"... last three are kind of obvious though...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel De Mazarin View Post
    That's awesome! (everybody scream)... I also discovered Shosta through that CD! (Vengerov is, in my opinion, the most consummate violinist of the 20th century...)

    Heh heh... I'll throw in some Rachmaninoff piano concerti, then... Mahler's good... let's not forget Beethoven...


    I'll throw some curveballs... some might miss though... so I'm warnin' ya!

    Brad Mehldau's Japan concert... his version of Paranoid Android is insane... George Michael's "Listen Without Prejudice"... most stuff by Schoenberg.... anything Ives... The Doors' "The End"... The Beatles' "Helter Skelter"... Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Free Bird"... last three are kind of obvious though...
    Beethoven symphonies are hot. The latter ones (prob. due to approaching deafness) have that neurotic repetition of a strong rhythmic motif ("strong beat" doesn't feel right with Beeth) that I love so much in the 20ce Russians. Ooooo, 7th symphony 2nd movt. is a good example. Not a big fan of Rachmaninoff... but Mahler? He makes me wet my pants. 2nd symphony started my obsession, but the finale of the 6th is so orgasmically orgasmic in its orgasmiticity, it's like... pornophony. I know none of the curve balls you listed (except Ives... he's aight). I have much to listen to from this thread .

    Btw, Shostakovich is my all time favorite composer. I once had a dream that I was sewing clothes on his statue in front of thousands of worshipers. I love him so... Sweet Jesus, I'm the biggest music dork in the history of stuff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix13 View Post
    Beethoven symphonies are hot. The latter ones (prob. due to approaching deafness) have that neurotic repetition of a strong rhythmic motif ("strong beat" doesn't feel right with Beeth) that I love so much in the 20ce Russians. Ooooo, 7th symphony 2nd movt. is a good example. Not a big fan of Rachmaninoff... but Mahler? He makes me wet my pants. 2nd symphony started my obsession, but the finale of the 6th is so orgasmically orgasmic in its orgasmiticity, it's like... pornophony. I know none of the curve balls you listed (except Ives... he's aight). I have much to listen to from this thread .

    Btw, Shostakovich is my all time favorite composer. I once had a dream that I was sewing clothes on his statue in front of thousands of worshipers. I love him so... Sweet Jesus, I'm the biggest music dork in the history of stuff!
    Well, since you're so into European classical, I would highly suggest that you at least try out some Schoenberg... anything... just jump right in (like I did)... even if you don't like it at first, it'll certainly, at the very least, warp your ears for a while.... 12-tone and serialism and all that... if it's too much, wade in slowly with some Bartok or Scriabin, even Stravinsky, and then move onto Schoenberg... I personally don't care for the later serialists though....

    With Schoenberg: Verklarte Nacht is an early, pre pure atonal work which is eerily beautiful... then just dive into his work from the 20's, 30's and 40's...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel De Mazarin View Post
    Well, since you're so into European classical, I would highly suggest that you at least try out some Schoenberg... anything... just jump right in (like I did)... even if you don't like it at first, it'll certainly, at the very least, warp your ears for a while.... 12-tone and serialism and all that... if it's too much, wade in slowly with some Bartok or Scriabin, even Stravinsky, and then move onto Schoenberg... I personally don't care for the later serialists though....

    With Schoenberg: Verklarte Nacht is an early, pre pure atonal work which is eerily beautiful... then just dive into his work from the 20's, 30's and 40's...
    Yeah, 'cause Shostie is, like, total eurotrash...

    I've been interested in Schoenberg for a while. Thanks for the tips, I shall listen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel De Mazarin View Post
    Get Maxim Vengerov's performance of the 1st Violin Concertos of Shostakovich and Prokofiev, conducted by Rostropovich... I GUARANTEE you there's nothing more (maybe as, but not more) intense than that. And beautiful.
    Maxim Vengerov is amazing. There's a Saint-saens piece he did with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra that I've been trying to get hold of for ages. I was listening to it whilst watching the clouds and my mind was blown.

    I might be moving up north soon to learn violin and teach my cousins theory. It all depends if I can get hold of a piano of sorts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix13 View Post
    You just blew me away colmena! That was my music. That's exactly the kind of piece I yearn for. Intense, sad, energetic (beginning). I must know more about this piece. Who's the composer?
    The composer is Arvo Pärt. The piece, Fratres For Violin And Piano. (He's the chap who did Spiegel Im Spiegel)

    I will upload more of my favourites.

    Thank you for your recommendations.
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    This is the most intense song I've heard (and a favorite), but I had to jog my memory. It starts at 0:20, and the silly video is irrelevant.
    [youtube=yw-NhGcCuNc]Toadies-Dollskin[/youtube]

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    How about some Ligeti from the 2001: A Space Odyssey soundtrack?

    YouTube - Gy. Ligeti -- Requiem
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    Some of the most "intense" songs I like:

    YouTube - Lamb of God - Walk With Me In Hell
    YouTube - Oomph! - Willst Du frei sein? (I apologize for the video, it's the only one of the song I could find on youtube.)
    YouTube - Oomph! "Der Neue Gott" (Industrial/Metal)
    YouTube - Disturbed - Liberate (If this was on the radio, half of it would be bleeped out).
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