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    Default Help me fill my iPod!

    I've added every song I could think of,even some I don't like LOL and I still have over 16GB's left.

    Any suggestions?

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    hmmmm i usually just download entire albums of artists i barely know..hopefully i like something.

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    What sort of music are you looking for?
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    You need to tell us what kind of music you like. I could list a bunch of indie stuff and whatnot, but you might not like any of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muchlove View Post
    You need to tell us what kind of music you like. I could list a bunch of indie stuff and whatnot, but you might not like any of it.
    I like a little of everything except rap

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    Try

    My Morning Jacket
    Bright Eyes
    Sun Kil Moon ('Carry Me Ohio' is a very lovely song)
    Sufjan Stevens ('For the Widows in Paradise...', 'Romulus', and 'John Wayne Gacy Jr' are all beautiful songs)
    Fiona Apple's new album
    Frou Frou
    Postal Service
    Death Cab for Cutie
    Interpol ('Evil' is a great song)

    All this stuff is pretty mild... nothing outrageous or scary or too weird or anything, so it should work for most anyone. Unless you don't like mild stuff, and then... I don't know, try Cursive or something.

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    Download Frank by Amy Winehouse. Fuckin' fantastic album. Love it. "Fuck Me Pumps" is CLASSIC. There are also 2 hidden bonus tracks on the last track of the album.

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    I am in the same boat as you Though after looking at my song bank, I appear to be stuck in the '90s!! Mainly because alot of these songs are coming from my old CDs though. Not sure if you are going for songs you have heard of or not, most of mine are pretty known, I am taking suggestions people give you too!

    I have:
    Interpol: Muchlove mentioned 'Evil' which is awesome, but the rest of the cds are good too!
    Lifehouse - love them to death - got all 3 cds downloaded.
    Radiohead: basically their entire catalogue
    Dave Matthews Band (all the albums downloaded)
    Fuel: I like most of Fuel's songs.
    Chevelle: (all the albums)

    Other stuff:
    12 Rods - 'Glad that It's Over'
    3 Doors Down - only some songs from the 1st album, the rest are whiny. (Here without you, Kryptonite, Loser, Duck and Run)
    311 - Down
    A Perfect Circle - 3 Libras
    AC/DC - Thunderstruck (there tons more AC/DC songs, I just haven't gone through them all yet)
    Aerosmith - <3: I don't want to miss a thing, Same Old Song and Dance, Train Kept a Rollin', Just Push Play, Jaded, The Entire Nine Lives and Get a Grip albums, Dude (looks like a lady), Angel, Monkey on My Back, What it Takes.
    Alanis Morrisette: Ironic, Uninvited, You Oughta Know
    Alien Ant Farm: the ANThology album
    Audioslave: Chocise, Show Me How to Live, What You Are, Like a Stone, I am the Highway
    Beastie Boys: Sure Shot, Sabotage
    Blue Oyster Cult: Don't Fear the Reaper
    Bon Jovi: (take your pick)
    Buckcherry: Lit Up
    Bush: Mouth, Everything Zen, Bomb, Comedown, Machinehead, Glycerine
    Cardigans: My Favorite Game
    Chemical Brothers: (I like them, but only have Hey Boy, Hey Girl)
    Collective Soul: December, Gel, Shine, The World I Know
    CCR: Fortunate Son
    David Bowie: Major Tom
    Days of the New: Bring Me Down
    The Decemberists: Here I Dreamt I was an Architect
    Dishwalla: Counting Blue Cars
    Eve 6: Inside Out
    Rush: Tom Sawyer
    Prodigy: Firestarter
    U2
    Stone Temple Pilots: Big Empty
    Spoon: The Way We Get By
    Sarah Mclaughlin
    Pixies: Where is My Mind
    Moby: Flower
    Foo Fighters: The One, Best of You
    Everclear: Santa Monica, Father of Mine, I Will Buy You a New Life, You Make Me Feel Like a Whore, Heroin Girl
    Goo Goo Dolls: Iris, Black Balloon, Slide
    Gorillaz
    Godsmack

    Garbage: Only Happy When it Rains, Stupid Girl
    Kansas: Carry On My Wayward Son, Dust in the Wind
    Korn: Dead, Falling Away from Me, Make me Bad
    Lindy: Beatifully Undone
    Lynyrd Skynard: Sweet Home Alabama, Gimme 3 Steps, Simple Man
    Metallica: One, the entire Black and Load albums
    Lit: Everything's Cool
    Motley Crue : I like the Generation Swine album
    No Doubt: Ex-Girlfriend, Simple Kind of Life, Spiderwebs, Just a Girl, Don't Speak, Tragic Kingdom
    The Offspring: Defy You
    Papa Roach: Scars, Last Resort, Broken Home
    Quarashi: Stick 'em Up
    Rob Zombie: Dragula, Superbeast, Living Dead Girl, Never Gonna Stop
    The Shins: So Says I, When You Notice the Stripes
    Smashing Pumpkins: 1979
    Snow Patrol: I like the album, but I only have 'Run' downloaded
    Taking Back Sunday: A Decade Under the Influence
    Tool: the AEnima and Lateralus albums
    Van Halen (only with Sammy though!) The Balance album is good
    White Zombie: More Human than Human, Super Charger Heaven, Devil Man
    ZZ Top: La Grange
    White Stripes: My Doorbell (haven't got much from them downloaded yet)
    War: Lowrider
    Cypress Hill : Rock Superstar, Jump Around
    Country:
    Vince Gill, Tracy Lawrence, Allison Krauss, Alan Jackson, Nickelcreek, Sammy Kershaw, George Strait, Garth Brooks, Johnny Cash

    Other Stuff:
    Dio: Holy Diver, Rainbow in the Dark
    Outkast: Ms. Jackson, I'll Come Before I Come, BOB, Gasoline Dreams
    Shakira: The entire Laundry Service album
    Shawn Colvin: Get Out of This House
    Roxette: Crash Boom Bang, Joyride
    Snoop Dogg & Dre: Gin and Juice

    Think that's about it -

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    Been downloading new stuff all weekend.Thanks guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by muchlove View Post
    Try

    My Morning Jacket
    Bright Eyes
    Sun Kil Moon ('Carry Me Ohio' is a very lovely song)
    Sufjan Stevens ('For the Widows in Paradise...', 'Romulus', and 'John Wayne Gacy Jr' are all beautiful songs)
    Fiona Apple's new album
    Frou Frou
    Postal Service
    Death Cab for Cutie
    Interpol ('Evil' is a great song)

    All this stuff is pretty mild... nothing outrageous or scary or too weird or anything, so it should work for most anyone. Unless you don't like mild stuff, and then... I don't know, try Cursive or something.
    I love Frou Frou! Great recommendations!
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    I'm in your boat too. I got one for my birthday on the 15th and I still haven't come close to filling it. So far I have two Allison Kraus cds on it, Van Morrison, Veggie Tales (I have a 2 year old) and the rest is a mix.

    Beth Hart
    Anna Nalick
    Bob Schneider
    Wilco
    James Taylor
    Norah Jones
    BB King
    and a bunch of stuff that was on my laptop when I got it. One that is a new favorite is "Love Me Like A Song" by Kimmie Rhodes with Willy Nelson. Their vocals harmonize amazingly.

    Any recommendations are welcome...

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    Default Re: Help me fill my iPod!

    "Tangerine Speedo" - Caviar (fun)
    "Dragostea Din Tei" - O-Zone (for dancing)
    "Perfekte Welle" - Juli (German Pop)
    "La Gasolina" - Daddy Yankee (Reggation, for dancing)
    "Mr. Blue Sky" - E.L.O. (cheerful song)
    "Ban the Tube Top" - Reel Big Fish (ska, a whimsical song)
    "Sleep on Needles" - Sondre Lerche (indie)
    "My Goddess" - The Exies (true head-banging hard rock, if you're into that)

    This place: http://music.download.com/ has lots of free mp3's from mostly more obscure artists from around the world.

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    I like
    Alabama by Cross Canadian Ragweed
    Shelby Sugarcane by Two Guy Trio
    La Tortura by Shakira
    More Than Words ??? my mind just went blank
    Collide (The acoustic version)

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    Default Re: Help me fill my iPod!

    Which version of More Than Words? There was a recent cover by Frankie J, plus the countless versions before it.

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    Default Re: Help me fill my iPod!

    I love dancehall reggae. It's different but change could be something good.

    1. Beenie man
    2.Spragga benz
    3. mr. vegas
    4. Bounty killer
    5. Elephant man
    6. Sean Paul (his old tunes)
    7. Wayne wonder
    8. Lady saw

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