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mdmrn wrote:

Bubble Dragon by 7bit Hero

It's a song about...Bubble Bobble. They use the general music from the game and tell the story of the game through the lyrics. It's actually rather awesome. Also, a reminder of how dark the actual plot of the game really was!


Wow - I remember playing that game on my Commodore 128! (am I showing my age??)
And that song is pretty awesome.
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I like listening to anyone from Humble Beast Records. If you like rap you'll really like them. They are a awesome group which consists of rappers, poets and spoken word. http://www.humblebeast.com/

I'm also listening to Red at the moment (good rock band) www.redmusiconline.com/

That and I like listening to various instrumentals. https://www.youtube.com/user/thesecession

And I enjoy some Final Fantasy music as well.
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I like instrumentals and electronic. When those two are put together I'm happy.

These are my top favourite artists: Nightwish, Loreena McKennitt, Stromae, Joe Hisaishi.

I haven't had the fortune to listen to Christian musicians that make music to my taste. I'm open to recommendations good lyrics in genres similar to the artists' I listed above: symphonic metal, world, electronic.
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CarinaHarumi wrote:

I like instrumentals and electronic. When those two are put together I'm happy.

These are my top favourite artists: Nightwish, Loreena McKennitt, Stromae, Joe Hisaishi.

I haven't had the fortune to listen to Christian musicians that make music to my taste. I'm open to recommendations good lyrics in genres similar to the artists' I listed above: symphonic metal, world, electronic.

Well, here's a list from Wikipedia of those who fall in the symphonic/Progressive metal categories

For Christian artists who jump into the world of electronica, you can try Owl City (who walks the line between secular & Christian, but is VERY open about his Christian faith also, Dental Care is super clever); Plumb (who walks the line between rock & electronic at times here's a cool remix of her track Need You Now); and tobymac (who is a musical chameleon, but who's album Eye on It does border into electronic Exhibit A).

See, I like lyrics. Also, I LOVE hip hop and listen to a lot of Christian hip hop too, which I can give suggestions for too
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mdmrn Well, here's a list from Wikipedia of those who fall in the symphonic/Progressive metal categories

For Christian artists who jump into the world of electronica, you can try Owl City (who walks the line between secular & Christian, but is VERY open about his Christian faith also, Dental Care is super clever); Plumb (who walks the line between rock & electronic at times here's a cool remix of her track Need You Now); and tobymac (who is a musical chameleon, but who's album Eye on It does border into electronic Exhibit A).

See, I like lyrics. Also, I LOVE hip hop and listen to a lot of Christian hip hop too, which I can give suggestions for too


Awesome! Thank you very much for the recommendations. I'm watching more videos by Plumb and TobyMac. Hopefully YouTube will get the hint and start suggesting more. Too many kitty videos on my recommendation thread. Need some more Jesus.

I'm alright with hip hop. Send some suggestions this way, I might find something I like!

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CarinaHarumi wrote:
Awesome! Thank you very much for the recommendations. I'm watching more videos by Plumb and TobyMac. Hopefully YouTube will get the hint and start suggesting more. Too many kitty videos on my recommendation thread. Need some more Jesus.

I'm alright with hip hop. Send some suggestions this way, I might find something I like!

Oh man, I love me some hip hop. For starters - Rapzilla is one of the best websites for news on Christian rap/hip hop and also a place where you can find some free mixtapes

Second - here are some Christian hip hop artists I rather enjoy listening to: KB, Andy Mineo, Lecrae, KJ-52, Trip Lee, Tedashii, Group 1 Crew (Blanca from G1C had a solo album which just came out which is very pop-y, but also very good), Sho Baraka, Oscar Urbina, Social Club......

That's a good start

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Thousand Foot Krutch all the way for me (they get me ya know? XD)! I also enjoy Skillet and The Letter Black ^_^
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I'm so happy with all the recommendations I've seen on this thread! Keep them coming
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CarinaHarumi wrote:

I'm so happy with all the recommendations I've seen on this thread! Keep them coming

Glad to hear it! Let us know if you have any recommendations for us, too!
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mdmrn wrote:


CarinaHarumi wrote:

I'm so happy with all the recommendations I've seen on this thread! Keep them coming

Glad to hear it! Let us know if you have any recommendations for us, too!


For any style or strictly Christian? o.O
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Posted 6/13/15

CarinaHarumi wrote:


mdmrn wrote:


CarinaHarumi wrote:

I'm so happy with all the recommendations I've seen on this thread! Keep them coming

Glad to hear it! Let us know if you have any recommendations for us, too!


For any style or strictly Christian? o.O

For music. I like music :)

I prefer it to not have strong language so I can listen to it around my kids. So, you know, no NWA
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