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post #61 of 84

I bought Joshua Bell's Four Seasons and really enjoyed it. Worth checking out Nigel Kennedy's version? I'm a classical newbL3000.gif

post #62 of 84

I've had Nightingale by Low on repeat for the last few hours.

 

Bliss.

post #63 of 84

Currently listening to Swedish Idol winner's debut album because she has quite different voice which I find refreshing to listen to

 

post #64 of 84

kraftwerk "boing boom tschak" isn't something I'd normally listen to using my speakers, but its a great track using headphones (and not this low quality youtube version, ofcourse ;))

 

post #65 of 84
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Originally Posted by louguzzo View Post

Intension - Tool

Forever Heavy - Black Moth Super Rainbow

Even Deeper - NIN

Set Me on Fire - Pendulum

Music For a Nurse - Oceansize

A Day in the Life - The Beatles

Shine on You Crazy Diamond (all parts!) - Pink Floyd

Idioteque - Radiohead

 

I feel like I could go on for a while lol


I'd like to add:
Tool - Reflection, amazing track, enough said.
Florence and the Machine - Blinding, lots of soundstage and various background sounds that are all over the place (spatially).
Lucy - any track from Wordplay for Working Bees.
The Swell Season - The Moon and The Swell Season , great vocals, guitar, and violin.

There are soo many more.


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post #66 of 84
I just want to reiterate that the Lucy album I listed is AMAZING to listen to on *fi equipment.

Also, my everlasting love for Tool was heightened when I got my new HPs.

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post #67 of 84
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Currently listening to Swedish Idol winner's debut album because she has quite different voice which I find refreshing to listen to



Reminds me of Katy Perry, but a bit more squeeky, at first I thought it was her voice.
post #68 of 84
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Originally Posted by thenorwegian View Post

kraftwerk "boing boom tschak" isn't something I'd normally listen to using my speakers, but its a great track using headphones (and not this low quality youtube version, ofcourse wink.gif)



This was a trip on high precision sound stage headphones (UERM). Thanks for this.
post #69 of 84
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List updated. Let's keep em coming guys L3000.gif

post #70 of 84

System Sequence - Salvia Divinorum

 

I find psytrance good to try new iem's as the music is very layered and usually good for testing soundstage and instrument separation.

post #71 of 84
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Originally Posted by SuperZero5225 View Post

Song: Pumped Up Kicks

By: Foster the People
Album: Torches
 
Song: Soul Meets Body
By: Death Cab for Cutie
Album: Plans
 
Song: The High Road
By: Broken Bells
Album: The High Road - Single
 
They sound awesome with the ATH M50 to me. I suggest you should check out "The High Road" prob. my favorite one from the list.


omg.... bought the new Shins album a week ago... lovin it.... small world... James Mercer is part of Broken Bells... awesome!!... thanks :)

post #72 of 84

Thanks all, keep them coming.

Had a great night playing all your suggestions... some I loved, some I hated but thats the way it goes!

Cheers

post #73 of 84

Spotify playlist updated.

post #74 of 84

 

 

 

You have to get a hold of the Machinarium OST. It's a video game with a really ambient style to it's music but it's some of the best music you'll hear in a video game. Not to mention, the album is mastered beautifully. It really brings your headphones to life. The above are two of my favourite tracks from the album.

post #75 of 84

Hi all, first post here. I really enjoyed the suggestions on this thread so far, so here's my contribution.

 

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