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Old June 8, 2007, 05:37 PM
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SideWinder mate, u r making a complete fool of yourself by stating Warfaze and Artcell is rubbish.
i say your comments are rubbish.

No need to elaborate on my points why, as some of the members already did.

Fair enough if you dont like a certain type of music, thats your choice.
but dont go calling them names.
Learn to respect other's choice as well.
that way others will respect u as well.

I, for one, dont listen to country music, but you'd never hear me saying they are rubbish.

One man's junk is anothers treasure.
Ok, if you find music like: AAAAAAAAAAAAA TUMI AAAAAAAAAAAAAA and another 10 million AAAAAAAAA's and TUI's and amaaaar then they are good. But I am more serene. My opinion.

To sohel, no one is obliging you to make post. You made that bold comment, and then condradictorally posted your view.
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Old June 8, 2007, 05:37 PM
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Any song about Bangladesh makes me emotional.

Maksud O Dhaka - Bangladesh (Album: Praptoboyosker Nisidhho)

First time I shed tears listening to a song..I miss BD so badly.
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Old June 8, 2007, 07:13 PM
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Kabir, it seems you know some members from Black. Do you know what their relationship is like with tahsan now after the split?
I know all of them, except Tahsan. Actually, I left BD before Tahsan joined. And since then, I'm not in touch with them.

Personally, I feel that Tahsan joined Black to get an easy ride. I'm not sure if anyone will agree on this. But I've seen Black from its birth, and the types of music Tahsan sang, it wasn't typical Black material. It was CRAP I would say. Black's lead vocal is John bhai, and he's really the person who should sing for Black. His voice is exceptionally good when it comes to the songs like Road and Blues (I was the lucky one to listen to this one when it was written).

The guys in Black are extremely talented. Specially Jahan bhai. Something tells me that it was due to Tahsan that they couldn't produce music of THEIR type. And if you ask me, I'm glad Tahsan left (didn't even know about it before you mentioned). I personally feel that Black can do MUCH better without Tahsan.
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Old June 8, 2007, 07:18 PM
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( Thanks to Kabir bhai for walking me through the world of listening quality music)
Ami abar ki korlam?

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Joe Satriani - Surfing with the Alien
Satriani is one of those underappreciated guy. I wish he came to Canada sometime, and I knew about it. Since I'm out of it completely, I wouldn't even know. But I have a dream of attending one of his concerts, be it just himself or G3.
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Old June 8, 2007, 08:03 PM
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Listen to the MA song by james then tell me you didn't cry..

SW before i came to this thread i thought you are from pakistan anyway... Like some one said here if you don't like it doesn't mean its Bad. As soon as you start to except that you will find the world is not your enemy...


BTW Warfaze's one guitarist was the best guitarist in USA through a competition from Kansas city, And also another member is playing with a very famous band. Just a tit bit for those who loves to track them.
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Old June 8, 2007, 08:30 PM
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BTW Warfaze's one guitarist was the best guitarist in USA through a competition from Kansas city, And also another member is playing with a very famous band. Just a tit bit for those who loves to track them.
Russell was the Kansas champ right?

And I completely forgot about the 2nd one. Something tells me it's Linkin Park that the guy joined, but I think I totally lost it. Was it Babna? Please lemme know, naile ajke ratre ghum haram amar
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Old June 8, 2007, 08:48 PM
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4. ami banglay gan gai - i don't know the composer/songwriter,
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Personally, I feel that Tahsan joined Black to get an easy ride. I'm not sure if anyone will agree on this. But I've seen Black from its birth, and the types of music Tahsan sang, it wasn't typical Black material. It was CRAP I would say. Black's lead vocal is John bhai, and he's really the person who should sing for Black. His voice is exceptionally good when it comes to the songs like Road and Blues (I was the lucky one to listen to this one when it was written).

The guys in Black are extremely talented. Specially Jahan bhai. Something tells me that it was due to Tahsan that they couldn't produce music of THEIR type. And if you ask me, I'm glad Tahsan left (didn't even know about it before you mentioned). I personally feel that Black can do MUCH better without Tahsan.
totally agreed, Kabir bhaiya!! Have you listened to "35"? their first song after Tahsan left, and I'm telling you that song ROCKS! And John bhai said their 3rd album ("Abar" could be the name) will be very edgy. Cant wait!

ok, back to the topic: Songs (good songs that is) make me very emotional. But some songs are very very special to me, and do make me cry sometimes.

"Cholo Bodle Jai" by LRB is one of them.
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I thought "Ami Banglay Gaan Gai" was by Mahmuduzzaman Babu?

There have been instances where I've become very emotional after listening to "Amar Shonar Bangla" and "Dhono Dhonno Pushpe Bhora"
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Old June 8, 2007, 09:36 PM
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I thought "Ami Banglay Gaan Gai" was by Mahmuduzzaman Babu?

There have been instances where I've become very emotional after listening to "Amar Shonar Bangla" and "Dhono Dhonno Pushpe Bhora"
Nope. As Bhalo Lage is not by Niloy Das .. Mohiner Ghoraguli
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Russell was the Kansas champ right?

And I completely forgot about the 2nd one. Something tells me it's Linkin Park that the guy joined, but I think I totally lost it. Was it Babna? Please lemme know, naile ajke ratre ghum haram amar
Actually Komol won it the first time or his brother that died here in road accident. But later Rassell won i think and no its anpther one (spell not correct) Limb biskit or something...
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Old June 8, 2007, 09:56 PM
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no its anpther one (spell not correct) Limb biskit or something...
Yes, now I remember. Thanks, now I can sleep tonight!!!
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Old June 8, 2007, 10:09 PM
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the best song ever
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Fhch...elated&search=
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Sydney, country doesnt interest me either. but Bonjovi makes everything cool.
Oh Bancan, you were already in my fav list.
Now you gave me one more reason to like u even more bro.

BON JOVI rocks.
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Old June 9, 2007, 12:16 AM
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Ok, if you find music like: AAAAAAAAAAAAA TUMI AAAAAAAAAAAAAA and another 10 million AAAAAAAAA's and TUI's and amaaaar then they are good. But I am more serene. My opinion.

To sohel, no one is obliging you to make post. You made that bold comment, and then condradictorally posted your view.
Mate, you still havent got it, have ya?
you are still trying to see things from your narrow point of view??
You still are going on about ur rubbish of "if you like aaaaaa ooooo"...
You try to pull my leg while making your fake compliment.

And one more thing....
Get over yourself.

What makes you style of music more serene than anyone else here?
may be someone of us have an ear for drums and guiters, you dont.

may be your mind is not that complex enough to co-ordinate all those sounds into one and make a song out of it.
Then its your problem, not mine.

I think Trance, House music is serene. You got a problem with that?
When i listent to DJ Tiesto 4 in the morning in the club in being a different state of mind, it gives me peace,tranquility and brings me joy. What you gonna call it, rubbish?

I didnt ask for your approval for my kind of music, all i said is open your eyes.
Look around you beside your usual 10 metre by 10 metre.

You will see there is a world out there.
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Amar shonar bangla Ami tomai bhalo bashi

This should make any non-resident (NRB) Bangladeshi cry. If not then just the music should do the trick. If not then you are not listening you are just hearing it. There is a difference.
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Old June 9, 2007, 01:04 AM
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Protul Mukhopaddhay
thanks ... edited that in . (smile)
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Old June 9, 2007, 01:28 AM
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I know its a Protul Mukherjee classic.
thanks bro.

my favorite non-bangla music: jimi hendrix, miles davis, john coltrane, charles mingus, thelonious monk, yusuf latif, rr kirk, sarah vaughan, black note, the broun fellinis, trilok gurtu, rabih abu khalil, hamza al din, sidi yassir, walela, wayquay, js bach, d shostakovich, toru takematsu, kathleen battle, kiri te kanawa, janis joplin, phish, chris isaak, tracy chapman, nine inch nails, filter, led zepplin, the who, morphine, the foo fighters, sr vaughan, freestyle fellowship, pharcyde, PRT, wise intelligent, tupac, outkast, primus and the red hot chilli peppers.

my favorite bangla music: all lalon, tagore, shah abdul karim, ruh-i-t'hakur and sholil choudhury songs, nikhil banerjee, farida parveen, ornob, sahana, ajob, bangla, haider hossain, nolok babu, salma, beauty, the watson brothers with punam, faria, the dew drops, bivishikha.
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Actually Komol won it the first time or his brother that died here in road accident. But later Rassell won i think and no its anpther one (spell not correct) Limb biskit or something...
Russel Bhai at the time was playing for King Me.....he auditioned for Limp Bizkit and made it to ther top 4. When he came to bangladesh in 2005, he said some interesting inside news to us at Shumon (AKA Bassbaba) Bhai's place (sorry can't share the stuff ). Fred Durst - Always the politician.

Btw, do any of you guys listen to Fear Factory? He toured with them as their second guitarist last year and even played a song in their album "Transgression."

He is currently doing projects with Tarzana and is playing full-time in the band XE03!

And just in case a few of you are interested in knowing more of his achievements, he has worked with/for the following people/company/games (information courtesy of XE03 ):

Artists:
Limp Bizkit
B-Real
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Kelly Clarkson
Jessica Simpson
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Sountracks:
Rainbow 6
Smackdown vs. Raw 2006
NFL Blitz
Ghost Recon 2

*Phew* that was some infos. Oh and I forgot to mention, he has been an Ibanez Guitars endorsee for a long long time too and is a good friend of Uma Thurman ! Weee bangladeshi all the way .....!!!!!~~~~~
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I know its a Protul Mukherjee classic.
I really doubt I ever cried listening a song. Cant remember. Here are some greatest music albums i heard over and over again.

English:

Pink Floyd - The Wall
Fredy Aguilar - Goddess
Prince - Purple Rain
Def Leppard - Pyromania
Barkley James Harvest - Greatest Hits
Al Stewart - Year of the Cat
Chris De Burgh - Traveller
Eagles - Greatest Hits
Dire Straits - Down to The Waterline

( Thanks to Kabir bhai for walking me through the world of listening quality music)

Bangla:

Hemonto - Compilation LP from HMV (1 & 2)
Vupen Hajarika - Compilation from a Ctg Music Store
Shahnaz Rahmatullah - Compilation from Sargam
Feed Back - Second and Third album
Warfaze - First and second album
Souls - First album
Rennaissance - First album

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Marti Fridman - Tibet
Jeff Beck - Who Else
Joe Satriani - Surfing with the Alien
Vinnie Moore - Defying Gravity
Hey bro, do you have that Cacophony album with the song "Black Cat" in it? If so, could you please send it to me ????? Jason Becker and Marty Friedman just blew it off.....man SOME DAMN HARMONIZING HELL THAT SONG WAS FULL OF !!!!!
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Achcha, sticking to the topic's title, I was back in Class 6 then and went to Gajipur with my scouting troop. Aha I was the ASPL (for those who know the term).....we had amongst us a friend whose mother passed away when he was 8 or 9 and during the culture practice thingy for the camp fire night, this one troop played the Song "Maa" DAMN all of us in our troop went totally silent and looked at each other and then to that friend of ours whose mom passed away earlier. That song had so much into it. Onek kharap lagsilo oi ratrey, and hence, the song "Maa."

I also love the song "Dhonno Dhanney" and I LOVE SINGING IT TOO.....I get goosebumps.

Our national anthem gives me the goosebumps sometimes as well.....especially the following lines:

"Oma Phaguney tor aamer boner ghraney pagol korey, mori haey, haey re o'maa....."

Shoots the chills up my spines man !

And to someone like SideWinder, I was trained classically from the age of 6-14. I took the guitar up at 14 and have performed in over 32-33 concerts in Dhaka/California/Missouri/New Jersey/New York.....I am a BIG time metal head but you would be stunned at my range of playing and appreciation of music because ajkay tumi jodi dekho ami Lalon bajaitesi or Nazrul gaitesi appreciate korba and the next day I go on stage and do "Livin' on a Prayer" or Iron Maiden's "Can I Play with Madness" tum ki gail parba ?????

If any genre of music has the most use of proper musical grammar combined with the toughest techniques ever possible, put together in the most sensible and smoothest way, that still is living and never will die, that my brother is Heavy Metal and METAL in itself.

Listen to Ravi Shankar then go and Listen to Nicolo Paganini's 5th Caprice, then go and listen to Yngwie Johann Malmsteen's 64th note arpeggios or some Uli John Roth. If you have the music ears you'd learn to appreciate REAL music for what it is.

It's good to have likes and dislikes but it is not wise to hate a brand of music or label it unworthy just because you neither understand it nor like it.

PEACE 'V"!

As Manowar's song goes:

We're fighting with POWER and STEEL,
Fighting for METAL, METAL that's real,
Brothers of METAL, we'll ALWAYS be THERE,
Standing TOGETHER with HANDS in the AIR!!!!!

To all my fellow brothers of Metal here.....Rock On \m/!!!!!
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Amar shonar bangla Ami tomai bhalo bashi

This should make any non-resident (NRB) Bangladeshi cry. If not then just the music should do the trick. If not then you are not listening you are just hearing it. There is a difference.
My ring tone on every Bangladeshi days with some monumentally historical significance here in the USA :-)!!!!!
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Damn...Trigger_Ti bhai to nut-boltu shob khuila falaise dekhi

Good to know that we've got an expert among us here.

I was always good with the voice, and until my whole life changed once I moved here, gaaner adda used to be a regular feature in my daily schedule. After coming to Canada and starting my university life (and staying off-campus, so couldn't connect well or make good friends) everything fell apart, and lost my touch.

Sometimes I feel, if I had a few friends in Toronto who are good with instruments (tobla and guitar to be specific), my blood will run a thousand times faster.
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