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« on: October 31, 2016, 10:05:38 pm »

I would share my favorites and I would put a link to a song that you must listen of each one of them. This symbol (*) means that I have all the studio albums of that singer/band, in digital or physical CD. So...

A) Female singers:

  • Lisa Ekdahl. (*)[1]
  • Beth Hirsch (*).[2]
  • Julie London.[3]
  • Dido (*).[4]
  • Norah Jones (*).[5]
  • Imelda May (*).[6]
  • Sinnead O'Connor(*).[7]
  • Cher.[8]
  • Yael Naim (*).[9]
  • Amy Winehouse (*).[10]

B) Male singers:


C) Bands:


This is my top, now you could share yours with me  hugging
 1. She is the best of the best for me, she's my goddess. All of her music is just perfect, but I already said that I'll share only one song to be fair, so here it's: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHR0R-wvTa0
 2. She is very nice too, and she even answered a letter that I sent to her! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdJyfonIIcc
 3. I haven't heard all her albums bc they are hard to find, but every little piece I have from her music is delightful. I love her deep voice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgJsvtNyO50
 4. I can hear her all day long: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BJ9v4ckXyrU
 5. She's been changing her style in some of her last albums, but it's always an improvement and all her music is like 4 of 5 stars for me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pdXnFBlo0EQ
 6. All of her works have a balanced mix of slow and fast songs, so everybody could find a song of her that can be related to. I'll share a slow song this time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNnHYnAOYOE
 7. Even though I have all her music I only have heard two of her albums. But she's an honest songwriter, and I respect that above all the polemic accusations that most people have against her: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LPFpdX4CyA
 8. I haven't heard all of her albums and frankly I don't have plans of doing it. The only ones that I really loved were Believe (1998) and Not.com.mercial (2000). The last one is her most personal effort bc all the songs were written by her, and you can really feel that when you heard her sing it without dance music behind her voice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aKEJxCH_zQ
 9. You probably known her even if you don't remember bc one of her songs was used in an ad from Apple. But anyway, here is one of most romantic pieces: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5oBR0iRHFI
 10. I still miss her a lot, I even can't hear her music now that she's gone: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZWtZUujPRmQ
 11. The best songwriter of all! I really love all his music: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBC2WWUCIvQ
 12. I haven't heard all his music, but I really like his voice and style (miss him too): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtISqOjbR4Q
 13. Not only a great actor but a great singer too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yUI5DIj5L3M
 14. I have some albums of him, I love his a cappella: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z36CD5iFWRY
 15. Another good songwriter: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPD-a1FjUtU
 16. Just the best band for me! Nothing compares to them: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2xlM5qPxDs
 17. They aren't famous, but their music is excellent: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_-BYcF3EwE
 18. I haven't heard their new albums, but the classic ones are great: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Az4sjIJE5u8
 19. They are crazy, but that's nice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OCEh6g6whc
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« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2016, 09:51:17 pm »

Female:
Cher
Tina Turner
Pepsi & Shirley
Tracy Chapman
Lisa Moorish

Male
Bob Geldof
Mana
Dire Straits
George Michael
Roarchford
Ricky Martin
Duran Duran
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« Reply #2 on: November 09, 2016, 03:31:30 am »

Female:
Cher
Tina Turner
Pepsi & Shirley
Tracy Chapman
Lisa Moorish

Male
Bob Geldof
Mana
Dire Straits
George Michael
Roarchford
Ricky Martin
Duran Duran


Hey, thanks for sharing!

I know a few of them and I need to check out the others. Btw, when you wrote “Mana” did you meant “Maná” (a mexican band)?  Smiley
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« Reply #3 on: November 09, 2016, 05:33:26 am »

Female
1. Celine Dion, I have all her albums, including live shows and compilations. The folder as big as 8GB. Love her so much.
2. Mariah Carey, I have 75% of her album. Honestly I like her most when she do pop. I still don't have some of her latest albums.
3. Whitney Houston, I have her first 4 albums including The Bodyguard - Original Soundtrack.
4. Beyonce I have her last 3 albums "Dangerously In Love", "I Am... Sasha Fierce" and "Lemonade"
5. Britney Spears I only have her first and second album, mostly because I prefer her in her "innocent" times.
6. Christina Aguilera
7. Kelly Clarkson, I love her. She is one of the rare true idol.
8. Taylor Swift, lately I have all her album but mostly I only listen to the latest one.
9. Toni Braxton I have the first two albums.
10. Adele

Male
1. Robbie Williams, I love his work since the first time I'm listening to his music. I have all his album including live shows and compilations.
2. Michael Jackson
3. George Michael
4. Stevie Wonder
5. Adam Lambert
6. Ricky Martin
7. Bruno Mars
8. Sam Smith
9. Usher
10 Clay Aiken

Duos, Groups and Bands (No order, I just like listening to them and I have at least one of their album)
1. Backstreet Boys
2. Il Divo
3. The Supremes
4. Westlife
5. Avenge Sevenfold
6. Boyz II Men
7. Daughtry
8. Daft Punk
9. Savage Garden
10. New Kids On The Block
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« Reply #4 on: November 09, 2016, 11:14:13 am »

To be honest, many of these (*)'s indicating complete collections are padded out with illegal digital downloads, but I would buy physical copies of all the albums if I could afford them. I love physical media, and I like to support the artists who have done so much to enrich my life in any way I can when possible (though a lot of my physical collection also consists of second-hand copies, too, so it's not like they made any money off of those purchases). I will buy any format when I can afford it, even 8-tracks! Also, a lot of the female entries could also count for bands/groups, because I don't seem to have a ton of beloved solo female artists. None of these are in any particular order, because I can't pick favorites. I also realize much of the stuff I like is not going to be everyone's cup of tea. Some of it is downright silly in its melodrama, but I genuinely adore all of it.

Female:
01. Kate Bush (*)
02. Nina Hagen [Particularly her early work]
03. Strawberry Switchblade (*) [Technically a duo, but both female]
04. Donnette Thayer/Hex (*)
05. Siouxsie [and the Banshees]
06. Dinah Cancer/45 Grave
07. Little Annie [AKA Annie Anxiety]
08. Lorita Grahame/Colourbox
09. Diamanda Galás
10. Gitane Demone

Male:
01. Morrissey (*) [Are you surprised? He's a complete dipshit, and I still love him unconditionally]
02. David Tibet/Current 93 [He can't even sing! Yet I still consider him and his work beautiful beyond description. When he starts weeping at the end of the song, I can't help but do the same]
03. Klaus Nomi (*)
04. Rozz Williams (*)
05. Seth Putnam and associated bands [Hard to explain my admiration of this complicated individual in a few words. A rebel in the realest sense! R.I.P.]
06. GG Allin and all the endless bands he performed in [They honestly made great music. I don't care about the shit-flinging at all. R.I.P.]
07. Marc Almond [Particularly for his work in Soft Cell and Marc and the Mambas]
08. David E. Williams (*) [He can't sing either, but I love his obscenely morbid sensibilities and ironic(?!) pretension]
09. Ronnie James Dio (*) [My earliest heavy metal obsession. R.I.P.]
10. Benjamin Smoke and associated bands (*) [R.I.P.]

Duos, Groups and Bands:
01. Christian Death with Rozz Williams (*) [90% of the Valor-era material is trash. They haven't released anything short of terrible in over 20 years]
02. The Smiths (*) [Yes, even--no, especially!--"Miserable Lie"]
03. Cocteau Twins (*)
04. Virgin Prunes (*)
05. Shelleyan Orphan (*) [R.I.P., Caroline Crawley. Her passing this year was devastating]
06. Nuit Noire (*)
07. Pavlov's Dog (*)
08. T. Rex (*) [I've been obsessed with their eccentric, coked-out mid-70's era that everyone writes off as crap because they're idiots]
09. The Germs (*)
10. Sparks
11. (Yes, this list goes up to 11!) Black Sabbath [runner-up: Blue Öyster Cult!] (*) for both bands
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Honorable mentions:
Skinny Puppy [Everything up until The Process. I hate their post-reformation albums]
Richard D. James and his many monikers [Not sure if he even qualifies... His music doesn't really have lyrics/vocals in any traditional sense]
Siege
Crass
Poison Girls [R.I.P., Vi Subversa]
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« Reply #5 on: November 09, 2016, 12:33:24 pm »

Female
1. Celine Dion, I have all her albums, including live shows and compilations. The folder as big as 8GB. Love her so much.
2. Mariah Carey, I have 75% of her album. Honestly I like her most when she do pop. I still don't have some of her latest albums.
3. Whitney Houston, I have her first 4 albums including The Bodyguard - Original Soundtrack.
4. Beyonce I have her last 3 albums "Dangerously In Love", "I Am... Sasha Fierce" and "Lemonade"
5. Britney Spears I only have her first and second album, mostly because I prefer her in her "innocent" times.
6. Christina Aguilera
7. Kelly Clarkson, I love her. She is one of the rare true idol.
8. Taylor Swift, lately I have all her album but mostly I only listen to the latest one.
9. Toni Braxton I have the first two albums.
10. Adele

Male
1. Robbie Williams, I love his work since the first time I'm listening to his music. I have all his album including live shows and compilations.
2. Michael Jackson
3. George Michael
4. Stevie Wonder
5. Adam Lambert
6. Ricky Martin
7. Bruno Mars
8. Sam Smith
9. Usher
10 Clay Aiken

Duos, Groups and Bands (No order, I just like listening to them and I have at least one of their album)
1. Backstreet Boys
2. Il Divo
3. The Supremes
4. Westlife
5. Avenge Sevenfold
6. Boyz II Men
7. Daughtry
8. Daft Punk
9. Savage Garden
10. New Kids On The Block


Oh, I feel a little bad after reading you. Of Celine Dion I only have listened to My Heart Will Go On (Titanic) and I'm Alive, I guess that even if I liked her voice she didn't interested me enough to hear whole albums of her. The same happens with Houston and Carey, of Whitney I only know the main song of The Bodyguard and from Mariah just a few songs. Of Spears I only really liked Toxic when I was a child and didn't bother listening to her other songs and albums. In Adele's case, I have heard all her albums, and only really liked 21, but I also enjoyed a little 25. I haven't listened the others female singers that you mentioned.

About the male singers, I only have heard Beyond the sea from Williams bc it was part of the soundtrack of Finding Nemo. Of Jackson only Thriller, that was part of my nightmares as a child. A few of Ricky, but I never liked him or his music.

About the bands, I like Daft Punk too! But I only have heard their album of 2013.
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« Reply #6 on: November 09, 2016, 12:39:28 pm »


Female:
01. Kate Bush (*)
02. Nina Hagen [Particularly her early work]
03. Strawberry Switchblade (*) [Technically a duo, but both female]
04. Donnette Thayer/Hex (*)
05. Siouxsie [and the Banshees]
06. Dinah Cancer/45 Grave
07. Little Annie [AKA Annie Anxiety]
08. Lorita Grahame/Colourbox
09. Diamanda Galás
10. Gitane Demone

Male:
01. Morrissey (*) [Are you surprised? He's a complete dipshit, and I still love him unconditionally]
02. David Tibet/Current 93 [He can't even sing! Yet I still consider him and his work beautiful beyond description. When he starts weeping at the end of the song, I can't help but do the same]
03. Klaus Nomi (*)
04. Rozz Williams (*)
05. Seth Putnam and associated bands [Hard to explain my admiration of this complicated individual in a few words. A rebel in the realest sense! R.I.P.]
06. GG Allin and all the endless bands he performed in [They honestly made great music. I don't care about the shit-flinging at all. R.I.P.]
07. Marc Almond [Particularly for his work in Soft Cell and Marc and the Mambas]
08. David E. Williams (*) [He can't sing either, but I love his obscenely morbid sensibilities and ironic(?!) pretension]
09. Ronnie James Dio (*) [My earliest heavy metal obsession. R.I.P.]
10. Benjamin Smoke and associated bands (*) [R.I.P.]

Duos, Groups and Bands:
01. Christian Death with Rozz Williams (*) [90% of the Valor-era material is trash. They haven't released anything short of terrible in over 20 years]
02. The Smiths (*) [Yes, even--no, especially!--"Miserable Lie"]
03. Cocteau Twins (*)
04. Virgin Prunes (*)
05. Shelleyan Orphan (*) [R.I.P., Caroline Crawley. Her passing this year was devastating]
06. Nuit Noire (*)
07. Pavlov's Dog (*)
08. T. Rex (*) [I've been obsessed with their eccentric, coked-out mid-70's era that everyone writes off as crap because they're idiots]
09. The Germs (*)
10. Sparks
11. (Yes, this list goes up to 11!) Black Sabbath [runner-up: Blue Öyster Cult!] (*) for both bands
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Honorable mentions:
Skinny Puppy [Everything up until The Process. I hate their post-reformation albums]
Richard D. James and his many monikers [Not sure if he even qualifies... His music doesn't really have lyrics/vocals in any traditional sense]
Siege
Crass
Poison Girls [R.I.P., Vi Subversa]

I'm impressed, man! We really have different tastes, bc of all your list I only have heard of Kate Bush. And it was bc she worked with Peter Gabriel in one of his songs. Wow.  afraid Crazy?

I'll take my time to listen all the songs and If I like something, I'll search more of them.  Cheesy
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« Reply #7 on: November 09, 2016, 12:44:04 pm »

To be honest, many of these (*)'s indicating complete collections are padded out with illegal digital downloads, but I would buy physical copies of all the albums if I could afford them. I love physical media, and I like to support the artists who have done so much to enrich my life in any way I can when possible (though a lot of my physical collection also consists of second-hand copies, too, so it's not like they made any money off of those purchases). I will buy any format when I can afford it, even 8-tracks! Also, a lot of the female entries could also count for bands/groups, because I don't seem to have a ton of beloved solo female artists. None of these are in any particular order, because I can't pick favorites. I also realize much of the stuff I like is not going to be everyone's cup of tea. Some of it is downright silly in its melodrama, but I genuinely adore all of it.

We share some points. I would buy all physical copies of my favorite singers and bands If I could. The problem is not only money in my case, but that most of my taste in music isn't available in the CD stores of my country. So even If I could afford it, the only option is buying it in an online store, and that means dollars (my country doesn't have many of them, of course). So I don't have many choice but use illegal downloads as you do too...  blow nose
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« Reply #8 on: November 09, 2016, 12:52:35 pm »

To be honest, many of these (*)'s indicating complete collections are padded out with illegal digital downloads, but I would buy physical copies of all the albums if I could afford them. I love physical media, and I like to support the artists who have done so much to enrich my life in any way I can when possible (though a lot of my physical collection also consists of second-hand copies, too, so it's not like they made any money off of those purchases). I will buy any format when I can afford it, even 8-tracks! Also, a lot of the female entries could also count for bands/groups, because I don't seem to have a ton of beloved solo female artists. None of these are in any particular order, because I can't pick favorites. I also realize much of the stuff I like is not going to be everyone's cup of tea. Some of it is downright silly in its melodrama, but I genuinely adore all of it.

We share some points. I would buy all physical copies of my favorite singers and bands If I could. The problem is not only money in my case, but that most of my taste in music isn't available in the CD stores of my country. So even If I could afford it, the only option is buying it in an online store, and that means dollars (my country doesn't have many of them, of course). So I don't have many choice but use illegal downloads as you do too...  blow nose

You could get an idea of my little collection of physical copies seeing it, so here it's:
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« Reply #9 on: November 09, 2016, 11:23:16 pm »

Hopefully you'll find something you like in my list! I really don't expect people to agree with me about Seth Putnam or anything, but maybe you'll find something you like.

Sorry to hear about your lack of opportunity/income for purchasing physical media. I was lucky to be receiving VA checks in college, and most of that money went to buying records, tapes and CD's, haha! I am also lucky to have a good used record shop in my city. I've picked that place clean... I can't be arsed to take any pictures ATM, but I have approximately 800-900 items on various formats in my physical collection. Not "huge" by a lot of collector's standpoints, but, again, money (and space!!!) are issues. Anyway, I don't see the value in bragging about how much extruded/molded plastic I own, other than to prove what a hopelessly out-of-touch and old-fashioned trainspotter I am.

I am secretly proud of my technophobic curmudgeonliness, though. Cheesy I am the only person I know who doesn't own a cellphone and never dropped cassettes/VHS (or physical media in general). More than anything, it's just endlessly amusing how shocked people are when I tell them that I don't have a cell/smartphone. Sometimes they even think I'm just lying to avoid taking it out for them. It's very surreal to me how dependent people have become on them, and how helpless they seem to be without them. What'd they do in all the years prior? People are entirely too "plugged-in" these days.
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« Reply #10 on: November 11, 2016, 04:23:50 am »

Oh, I feel a little bad after reading you. Of Celine Dion I only have listened to My Heart Will Go On (Titanic) and I'm Alive, I guess that even if I liked her voice she didn't interested me enough to hear whole albums of her. The same happens with Houston and Carey, of Whitney I only know the main song of The Bodyguard and from Mariah just a few songs. Of Spears I only really liked Toxic when I was a child and didn't bother listening to her other songs and albums. In Adele's case, I have heard all her albums, and only really liked 21, but I also enjoyed a little 25. I haven't listened the others female singers that you mentioned.

About the male singers, I only have heard Beyond the sea from Williams bc it was part of the soundtrack of Finding Nemo. Of Jackson only Thriller, that was part of my nightmares as a child. A few of Ricky, but I never liked him or his music.

About the bands, I like Daft Punk too! But I only have heard their album of 2013.

I'm practically grow and live with Celine Dion music, since when I was 8 years old when Titanic hit the world. Sometimes it feels so gay, but dang it, I love her lol.

About Robbie Williams, I remember he was my first gay icon . When I was a teen, many rumors said that he's gay and he really like go naked lol (though, at the time, I still don't know that I'm actually a gay). So, I try to listen to his songs and I like it. I've been collecting his albums since than.

I only listen to Daft Punk 'Random Access Memories' (2013) too, mostly because I'm curious how come an electronic album won Grammy's Album Of The Year, turns out, I love it. "Get Lucky" is my most favorite.
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« Reply #11 on: November 11, 2016, 04:27:36 am »

To be honest, many of these (*)'s indicating complete collections are padded out with illegal digital downloads, but I would buy physical copies of all the albums if I could afford them. I love physical media, and I like to support the artists who have done so much to enrich my life in any way I can when possible (though a lot of my physical collection also consists of second-hand copies, too, so it's not like they made any money off of those purchases). I will buy any format when I can afford it, even 8-tracks! Also, a lot of the female entries could also count for bands/groups, because I don't seem to have a ton of beloved solo female artists. None of these are in any particular order, because I can't pick favorites. I also realize much of the stuff I like is not going to be everyone's cup of tea. Some of it is downright silly in its melodrama, but I genuinely adore all of it.

We share some points. I would buy all physical copies of my favorite singers and bands If I could. The problem is not only money in my case, but that most of my taste in music isn't available in the CD stores of my country. So even If I could afford it, the only option is buying it in an online store, and that means dollars (my country doesn't have many of them, of course). So I don't have many choice but use illegal downloads as you do too...  blow nose

You could get an idea of my little collection of physical copies seeing it, so here it's:


You actually have Celine Dion Live in Vegas physical copy! lol  Cheesy Grin
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« Reply #12 on: November 11, 2016, 04:28:58 am »

To be honest, many of these (*)'s indicating complete collections are padded out with illegal digital downloads, but I would buy physical copies of all the albums if I could afford them. I love physical media, and I like to support the artists who have done so much to enrich my life in any way I can when possible (though a lot of my physical collection also consists of second-hand copies, too, so it's not like they made any money off of those purchases). I will buy any format when I can afford it, even 8-tracks! Also, a lot of the female entries could also count for bands/groups, because I don't seem to have a ton of beloved solo female artists. None of these are in any particular order, because I can't pick favorites. I also realize much of the stuff I like is not going to be everyone's cup of tea. Some of it is downright silly in its melodrama, but I genuinely adore all of it.

Female:
01. Kate Bush (*)
02. Nina Hagen [Particularly her early work]
03. Strawberry Switchblade (*) [Technically a duo, but both female]
04. Donnette Thayer/Hex (*)
05. Siouxsie [and the Banshees]
06. Dinah Cancer/45 Grave
07. Little Annie [AKA Annie Anxiety]
08. Lorita Grahame/Colourbox
09. Diamanda Galás
10. Gitane Demone

Male:
01. Morrissey (*) [Are you surprised? He's a complete dipshit, and I still love him unconditionally]
02. David Tibet/Current 93 [He can't even sing! Yet I still consider him and his work beautiful beyond description. When he starts weeping at the end of the song, I can't help but do the same]
03. Klaus Nomi (*)
04. Rozz Williams (*)
05. Seth Putnam and associated bands [Hard to explain my admiration of this complicated individual in a few words. A rebel in the realest sense! R.I.P.]
06. GG Allin and all the endless bands he performed in [They honestly made great music. I don't care about the shit-flinging at all. R.I.P.]
07. Marc Almond [Particularly for his work in Soft Cell and Marc and the Mambas]
08. David E. Williams (*) [He can't sing either, but I love his obscenely morbid sensibilities and ironic(?!) pretension]
09. Ronnie James Dio (*) [My earliest heavy metal obsession. R.I.P.]
10. Benjamin Smoke and associated bands (*) [R.I.P.]

Duos, Groups and Bands:
01. Christian Death with Rozz Williams (*) [90% of the Valor-era material is trash. They haven't released anything short of terrible in over 20 years]
02. The Smiths (*) [Yes, even--no, especially!--"Miserable Lie"]
03. Cocteau Twins (*)
04. Virgin Prunes (*)
05. Shelleyan Orphan (*) [R.I.P., Caroline Crawley. Her passing this year was devastating]
06. Nuit Noire (*)
07. Pavlov's Dog (*)
08. T. Rex (*) [I've been obsessed with their eccentric, coked-out mid-70's era that everyone writes off as crap because they're idiots]
09. The Germs (*)
10. Sparks
11. (Yes, this list goes up to 11!) Black Sabbath [runner-up: Blue Öyster Cult!] (*) for both bands
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Honorable mentions:
Skinny Puppy [Everything up until The Process. I hate their post-reformation albums]
Richard D. James and his many monikers [Not sure if he even qualifies... His music doesn't really have lyrics/vocals in any traditional sense]
Siege
Crass
Poison Girls [R.I.P., Vi Subversa]

Yeah, we really have a different taste of music. Thanks for the link and the afford  Wink
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« Reply #13 on: November 11, 2016, 12:40:10 pm »

I still don't know that I'm actually a gay


Wait a second! Are you implying that maybe you are bi? Bc if you aren'þ gay or bi, how could you be here? It would be very paradoxical or ironic.  Roll Eyes Huh?
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« Reply #14 on: November 11, 2016, 12:43:04 pm »

Oh, I feel a little bad after reading you. Of Celine Dion I only have listened to My Heart Will Go On (Titanic) and I'm Alive, I guess that even if I liked her voice she didn't interested me enough to hear whole albums of her. The same happens with Houston and Carey, of Whitney I only know the main song of The Bodyguard and from Mariah just a few songs. Of Spears I only really liked Toxic when I was a child and didn't bother listening to her other songs and albums. In Adele's case, I have heard all her albums, and only really liked 21, but I also enjoyed a little 25. I haven't listened the others female singers that you mentioned.

About the male singers, I only have heard Beyond the sea from Williams bc it was part of the soundtrack of Finding Nemo. Of Jackson only Thriller, that was part of my nightmares as a child. A few of Ricky, but I never liked him or his music.

About the bands, I like Daft Punk too! But I only have heard their album of 2013.

I only listen to Daft Punk 'Random Access Memories' (2013) too, mostly because I'm curious how come an electronic album won Grammy's Album Of The Year, turns out, I love it. "Get Lucky" is my most favorite.


“Giorgio by Moroder” is my most favorite of that record.  Smiley
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« Reply #15 on: November 11, 2016, 12:45:51 pm »

To be honest, many of these (*)'s indicating complete collections are padded out with illegal digital downloads, but I would buy physical copies of all the albums if I could afford them. I love physical media, and I like to support the artists who have done so much to enrich my life in any way I can when possible (though a lot of my physical collection also consists of second-hand copies, too, so it's not like they made any money off of those purchases). I will buy any format when I can afford it, even 8-tracks! Also, a lot of the female entries could also count for bands/groups, because I don't seem to have a ton of beloved solo female artists. None of these are in any particular order, because I can't pick favorites. I also realize much of the stuff I like is not going to be everyone's cup of tea. Some of it is downright silly in its melodrama, but I genuinely adore all of it.

We share some points. I would buy all physical copies of my favorite singers and bands If I could. The problem is not only money in my case, but that most of my taste in music isn't available in the CD stores of my country. So even If I could afford it, the only option is buying it in an online store, and that means dollars (my country doesn't have many of them, of course). So I don't have many choice but use illegal downloads as you do too...  blow nose

You could get an idea of my little collection of physical copies seeing it, so here it's:


You actually have Celine Dion Live in Vegas physical copy! lol  Cheesy Grin

Yeah, I know. I actually bought it just to try to hear more of her music, but, as I said, I only have liked “I'm Alive” and “My Heart Will Go On”, so...  Roll Eyes Undecided
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« Reply #16 on: November 12, 2016, 06:02:44 am »

I still don't know that I'm actually a gay


Wait a second! Are you implying that maybe you are bi? Bc if you aren'þ gay or bi, how could you be here? It would be very paradoxical or ironic.  Roll Eyes Huh?

Actually, no and I'm 100% gay, I don't believe in "bi" term. I was implying that I live in a very strong culture people and strong religion. I didn't know anything about gay stuff until I was in high school.
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« Reply #17 on: November 13, 2016, 12:12:35 am »

I still don't know that I'm actually a gay


Wait a second! Are you implying that maybe you are bi? Bc if you aren'þ gay or bi, how could you be here? It would be very paradoxical or ironic.  Roll Eyes Huh?

Actually, no and I'm 100% gay, I don't believe in "bi" term. I was implying that I live in a very strong culture people and strong religion. I didn't know anything about gay stuff until I was in high school.

Oh, now I got it. It's the same case for me (the strong culture and religion of my country).  Undecided
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« Reply #18 on: November 19, 2016, 02:10:29 pm »

Band:
Panic! At the Disco
Garbage
Scissor Sisters
Sixpence None The Richer
Starsailor

Female:
Adele
Beyonce
Bjork
Kylie Minogue
Utada Hikaru

Male:
Frank Ocean
John Legend
Kendrick Lamar
Paolo Nutini
Usher
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« Reply #19 on: November 19, 2016, 06:57:03 pm »


Ok so for my females..

1.Kylie Minogue
2.Mariah Carey
3.Tina Turner
4.Madonna
5.Annie Lennox

And a special mention for Amy Lee as her voice is so hauntingly beautiful

Male...

1.Adam Lambert
2.Michael Buble
3.Justin Timberlake
4.Sam Smith
5.Usher

And Justin Bieber as even though I dislike his attitude I cant deny his production team know what they are doing
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