Culture - Favorite Techno song on ecstasy

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  1. Unsolved

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    I was just wondering what everyone likes to listen to techno wise while rolling on e? I have my personal favorites but it would be great to hear what you guys listen too.

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  2. Nature Boy

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    I never listen to techno on E. I guess E doesn't suit my taste in music. I prefer the psychadelics.
     
  3. devil

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    anything with a strong bass line
     
  4. Chaote

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    RIGHT HERE RIGHT NOW by Fatboy Slim, or anything off that album but especially that one
     
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    Motorcycle - As the Rush Comes

    Amoebaasassin - Piledriver [Grayed Out Summer Mix]

    CD 1 of Bonkers 12 (mixed by Hixxy)

    The Crystal Method - Vegas (whole album)

    The Chemical Brothers - Dig Your Own Hole (whole album)

    The Postal Service - Give Up (whole album) kind of an emo/techno hybrid

    The Prodigy - Experience (whole album)

    The Prodigy - Music For the Jilted Generation (whole album)


    sorry, i know you said songs, but i usually dont listen to single tracks (except for the first 2)
     
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  6. billyloner

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    mostly detroit stuff, juan atkins, derrick may, kevin saunderson, carl craig. plus house stuff like larry heard, derrick carter, etc. and some breaks, though i dont know a great deal about breaks i like crystal method, plump djs, stuff like that.
     
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    forgive me for my ignorance, but what is 'jungle' techno?
     
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    hard to explain but you know it when you hear it, ive noticed alot of
    lower notes and fast paced. I kinda relate it to drum and bass.
     
  9. sg43

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    Yep, very fast with very strong bass and trippy sounds...almost has a "dark" sound in my opinion.
     
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    you probably wont notice all that much difference to drum n bass really. it is usually a bit darker, bassier.
     
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    Chemical Brothers - Believe
    Sambass 2 - Whole album
    Mylo - Drop the pressure
    Force and styles - field of dreams
     
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    I'm not really a fan of techno, I'm more of a funky house girl myself.


    I'm lovin 'so many times' by gadjo at the mo though
     
  13. damania

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    I mainly listen to drum and bass myself but my favorite techno song would be:

    Dj Doboy - Rapture (its a remix)



    Some other songs that are always good:



    Ed Rush & Optical - Fierce

    Ed Rush & Optical - Pacman

    Fatboy Slim - Right Here Right Now
     
  14. billyloner

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    house rocks too [​IMG]
     
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    that o overdrive by dj scott is a bad ass song i just downloaded it its tight as hell .all of plastik mans songs are good. the faint ( glass danse ,the conductor remix i think its by white twin dukes. chicks on speed.


    sg43
    what other songs do you listen to ? Edited by: cort
     
  16. chico

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    DJ Tiesto is real good...his club mixes are a lot better than his albums he releases.


    Also, to be honest, I prefer Trance over Techno either while on X or not. More bass and rhythm.


    To this day, however, I have yet to hear a song I DID NOT like while on X. [​IMG]
     
  17. Calysto

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    depends on what kinda roll it is.. for a speedy one i def go crazy over DJ Scott Project. for a more chill one.. my fave back from summers back was "castle in the sky". whatever it is though, u gotta go to a club and sit in/on the speakers.
     
  18. sg43

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    *Im currently in progess of uploading all of the songs in my first post via rapidshareand will have more to come!* Edited by: sg43
     
  19. elbow

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    I like experimental electronic music, I guess some of it could be
    called IDM (Intelligent Dance Music). In Dutch they sometimes say
    "luistertechno" which means "listening techno" and I like that term
    more.



    I especially love Ellen Allien, she's a Berliner who has her own label
    called Bpitchcontrol. I like a lot of other stuff out of Berlin,
    too...I just got into this really awesome liveset by a dude called
    Apparat, it is truly wonderful and you can download it from his
    site...it made me go out and buy some of his other music. www.apparat.net (its at the bottom of the page, under "goodies") If you like more leftfield stuff, this set should really impress you.



    I also like Italo, classic OLD jackin' house music (no diva vocals,
    thank you), cosmic disco, some of that Detroit stuff that Billyloner
    mentioned above, and lots of other stuff too.
     
  20. XTCgirlXTC

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    i personally prefer trance, techno can sound good, but trance just sounds better