Culture - favorite non techno song to listen to on MDMA?

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  1. reallyneat

    reallyneat Silver Member

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    whats swiy's favorite non techno song(s) or artist(s) to listen to on e? I has done the whole techno on e thing many a time before and loves it but is looking for something new and unique with a new feeling to ignite.
     
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    korky8097 Gold Member

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    The End - The doors, get the 11 minute version
    Dark side of the moon - Pink Floyd

    Couple of My fav's, he has also found that funk music is very different and a very good choice, maybe funkadelic.
     
  3. Bajeda

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    Primal Scream - Loaded
    Primal Scream - Come Together
    Bob Dylan - Like A Rolling Stone
    Pink Floyd - Corporal Clegg
    Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb
    Jimmy Cliff - Sitting In Limbo
    Bobby Womack - Across 110th Street
    Delphonics - Didn't I Blow Your Mind
    Desmond Dekker - Jeserine
    The Maytals - Pressure Drop


    Hmmm, there are more but I am drunk and can't remember. Maybe he will list them later. He highly recommends the songs above though.
     
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    awesome thanks for the replies
     
  5. Mona Lisa

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    Old Rolling Stones songs
     
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    Any drum and bass.
     
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    Nine Inch Nails - Right Where it Belongs

    This song is amazing
     
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    I think by non-techno he means non-electronic music.


    Though in regards to that, any pre-electronic music would be great for E. By that I mean the music that electronic music was derived from.


    So Disco, Dub, Ragga, Reggae, Soul, Funk, etc. All of that would be great.

    I haven't tried all of the genres listed above, though he has tried the songs in his earlier post, and they are excellent on E.
     
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    "I got life" or anything else by Miss Nina Simone!
     
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    "Suffocate" - Cold

    "Stellar" - Incubus

    I always finds songs really deep and emotional while on E, and gets the same happy feeling in her tummy when she hears them sober.
     
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    cant specifie but somthing recent by Muse some real nice peaks even though the general tone is low
    infra red- placebo suprisingly
    me and you - vega 4
     
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    I can'y say personally ... but "SWIM":)o ) thinks that classical opera is awesome on E
     
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    "Tonight (and the rest of my life)" by Nina Gordon
    "Deliver Me" by Sarah Brightman
    "Possession" by Sarah McLachlan
     
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    This may sound a bit stupid, but My favorite music while on MDMA has to be songs from the old Disney movies. "I just can't wait to be king" from the Lion King is unbelievably amazing... I'm not sure if there so amazing because they bring back childish memories, but My friends and I have very different (and in My humble opinion) better overall expieriances from old Disney songs than with techno.

    Also, another reason that I think they are so nice is because they go well with lights.
     
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    Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen. I never knew I liked that song so much until I listened to it while rolling.
     
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    21st Century Schizoid Man - King Crimson
    In The Wake Of Poseidon - King Crimson
    I talk to the wind - King Crimson

    Anything off the first 3 king crimson albums, king crimson after 1970 are whack.
     
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    My cat has many lists of things to listen to when he gets tired of techno stuff. Here's most of it if anyone finds it useful.

    Various hip-hop like...(Usually the first thing Kitty goes to when he's tired of techno)

    T.I.
    -Live Your Life
    -Dead and Gone
    Whatever You Like
    Kid Cudi
    -Day N' Night
    Soulja Boy
    -Kiss Me Thru The Phone
    Flo Rida
    -Right Round
    -Get Low
    One Republic
    -The Way I Are (Ft. Timbaland)
    M.I.A.
    -Come Around (Ft. Timbaland)
    Black Eyed Peas
    -Boom Boom Pow
    -I Gotta Feeling


    Or Rock/Indie stuff like...
    Imogen Heap <----Best :thumbsup:
    -Just for Now
    -Goodnight and Go
    -Headlock
    -Hide and Seek
    -Aha!
    Bob Marley
    -Is This Love
    -No Woman No Cry
    -Three Little Birds
    The Bird & The Bee
    -Because
    -I'm A Broken Heart
    -Again & Again
    Stars
    -Your Ex Lover Is Dead
    -Calendar Girl
    Brokencyde
    -Get Crunk
    -Freaxxx
    -Bree! Bree!
    3OH!3
    -Richman
    MGMT
    -Electric Feel
    -Love Always Remains
    The Medic Droid
    -Fer Sure
    -The Killer Anna
    -Tease
    The Veronicas
    -Untouched
    Lily Allen
    -Everything's Just Wonderful
    Death Cab For Cutie
    -Summer Skin
    Tegan & Sara
    -I Was Married
    -Back In Your Head
    -Knife Going In
    -The Con
    -First
    -Frozen
    -Proud
    The New Year
    Shiny Toy Guns
    -Rainy Monday
    -Season of Love
    -We Are Pilots
    Weezer
    -Say it Ain't So
    -Island in the Sun
    -Pork and Beans
    The Killers
    -Mr. Brightside
    Eels
    -Rags to Rags
    Snow Patrol
    -Chocolate
    -Chasing Cars

    My cat also likes metal whilst rolling for some reason (He feels excited when he listens to it):
    Dance Gavin Dance
    -Lemon Meringue Tie
    -And I Told Them I Invented Times New Roman
    -Strawberry Andre
    -And It's Safe To Say You Dig The Backseat
    -Uneasy Hearts Way The Most
    Enter Shikari
    -Anything Can Happen In The Next Half Hour
    -We Can Breathe In Space
    System of a Down
    -B.Y.O.B.
    -Deer Dance
    -Radio/Video
    -Revenga
    Pierce the Veil
    -Chemical Kids and Mechanical Brides

    Haha hopefully someone finds this list useful :)
     
  18. Beta

    Beta Silver Member

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    MDMA isn't really linked to any kind of music, the relation with techno is mostly cultural. So I guess you will have as much suggestions as peoples tastes. So rock, disco, pop, classic, psychedelic, … enjoy everything because MDMA helps to get rid of prejudices.

    Also MDMA gives access to an incredible amount of musical details (which are not really present in techno btw).
    So, for details you might try:
    • Pink Floyd
    • Radiohead
    • Massive Attack
    • Seal (I, II, human being and IV)
    • Pet Shop Boys (Introspective and Fundamental)
    • Goldfrapp (Supernature and Seventh Tree)
    • Madonna (Ray Of Light)
    It shouldn't be difficult to grab those albums in good quality for a nice price ;)
     
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      Good choices in music!
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    Host of Seraphim by Dead Can Dance is breathtakingly beautiful when I am rolling.
     
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    Party In The U.S.A. Most intense song.