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So I've been taking a break from music for the first time in my life.
I've been doing conspiracy research for about 5 years.
There's no music on the mp3 player I'm looking at.

1) Peak Prosperity Podcast - New hope for higher silver prices - Ted Butler interview
2) Technocracy News & Trends - Podcast - 7-8-19
3) G. Edward Griffin on the United Nations
4) Bitcoin Documentary - The End of Money as We Know it
5) World Alternative Media - Secrets of the Exchange Stabilization Fund
6) Mike Maloney - Market fragility index indicator than screams BUBBLE
7) Press For Truth - Hundreds of respected scientists sound the alarm with major warning about 5G health effects
8 ) Sheikh Imran Hosein - Zionism is predicted in the Quran 1400 years ago
9) Corbett Report -  Episode 341 - The WWI conspiracy
10) Robert Kiyosaki - I would never invest in a 401K

 

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Meanwhile I'm listening to more music then ever...

1. Katatonia - Brave

2. Mercyful Fate - Evil

3. Slayer - Seasons in the Abyss

4. Possessed - Holy Hell

5. Bathory - One Rode to Asa Bay

6. Pentagram - Deathrow

7. Immortal - Unholy Forces of Evil

8. Black Sabbath - Die Young

9. Immortal - A Sign for the Norse Hordes to Ride

10. Slayer - Angel of Death

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Rainbow - Self-Portrait

Iron Maiden - Revelations

Scorpions - Bad Boys Running Wild

Trouble - The Tempter

Satyricon - Min Hyllest Til Vinterland

Katatonia - Instrumental (from Discouraged Ones)

Paradise Lost - I See Your Face

1349 - Through Eyes of Stone

Queensryche - Another Rainy Night

GWAR - Phantom Limb

 

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A playlist I found on my Amazon Music that I deemed necessary to call "Evil":

Tormentor Tormentor II

Destroyer 666 Genesis to Genocide

Immortal Demonium

Ulcerate End the Hope

Serpentine Path Obseletion

Deathspell Omega Drink The Devil's Blood

Danzig Evil Thing

Ulcerate Soullessness Embraced

Condor 83 Days of Radiation

Chthe'ilist Tales of the Majora Mythos Part 1

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It's from my "fovourite songs" playlist shuffle on Spotify:

- Barón Rojo- Los rockeros van al infierno

- Airbourne- Raise the flag

- Keep of kalessin-  The dragontower

- Mastodon- Blood and thunder

-Rancid- Evil's my friend

- Kreator- Enemy of God

- Alien weaponry- Kai tangata

- Rammstein- Asche zu Asche

- Red fang- Throw up

- El último ke zierre- La libertad se va a cagar

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1. Demons & Wizards - Fiddler on the Green (Demons & Wizards)

2. Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here (Wish You Were Here)

3. Obituary - Chopped In Half (Cause of Death)

4. Type O Negative - Everything Dies (World Coming Down)

5. Sepultura - Desperate Cry (Arise)

6. Black Sabbath - Paranoid (Paranoid)

7. Eminem - 'Til I Collapse (The Eminem Show)

8. Slayer - South of Heaven (South of Heaven)

9. Iron Maiden - The Trooper (Piece of Mind)

10. Black Sabbath - Snowblind (Volume 4)

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11 hours ago, RelentlessOblivion said:

1. Demons & Wizards - Fiddler on the Green (Demons & Wizards)

2. Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here (Wish You Were Here)

3. Obituary - Chopped In Half (Cause of Death)

4. Type O Negative - Everything Dies (World Coming Down)

5. Sepultura - Desperate Cry (Arise)

6. Black Sabbath - Paranoid (Paranoid)

7. Eminem - 'Til I Collapse (The Eminem Show)

8. Slayer - South of Heaven (South of Heaven)

9. Iron Maiden - The Trooper (Piece of Mind)

10. Black Sabbath - Snowblind (Volume 4)

That Demons & Wizards track is one of the best power metal songs that I have ever heard.  A perfect blend of acoustic and electric guitars.

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8 hours ago, Balor said:

That Demons & Wizards track is one of the best power metal songs that I have ever heard.  A perfect blend of acoustic and electric guitars.

Hansi's vocals are absolutely perfect on that track too, so much to like about that song and that album.

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13 hours ago, RelentlessOblivion said:

Hansi's vocals are absolutely perfect on that track too, so much to like about that song and that album.

Power Metal has never really been my favorite style, but they have always sounded great to me.

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Had to use my playlist on spotify lol

Iron Maiden - Children of the Damned

Bruce Dickinson - The Alchemist

Saxon - Heavy Metal Thunder

Iron Maiden - Age of Innocence

Motörhead - March or Die

Judas Priest - Exciter

Iron Maiden - Death Or Glory

Judas Priest - Turn on Your Light

Judas Priest - Reckless

Motörhead - 1916

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1. Blind Guardian - Imaginations From the Other Side (Imaginations From the Other Side)

2. Bathory - Father to Son (Hammerheart)

3. Blind Guardian - A Past and Future Secret (Imaginations From the Other Side)

4. Type O Negative - I Don't Wanna Be Me (Life Is Killing Me)

5. Blind Guardian - The Bard's Song: In the Forest (Somewhere Far Beyond)

6. Candlemass - Demon's Gate (Epicus Doomicus Metalicus)

7. Blind Guardian - Curse My Name (At the Edge of Time)

8. Misfits - Halloween (12 Hits From Hell)

9. Blind Guardian - Into the Storm (Nightfall In Middle Earth)

10. Death - Empty Words (Symboic)

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Xasthur - Cursed Revelations

Celtic - Procreation (Of the Wicked)

Sodom - Strange Lost World

Enslaved - Night Sight

Iron Maiden - Chains of Misery

Darkthrone - The Key Is Inside The Wall

Cannibal Corpse - Chambers of Blood

Taatsi - Gateways of the North

Anthrax - Metal Thrashing Mad

Grand Magus - Ravens Guide Our Way

 

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1. Death - Pull the Plug (Leprosy)

2. Iron Maiden - Run to the Hills (The Number of the Beast)

3. Candlemass - Bewitched (Nightfall)

4. Eminem - Sing For the Moment (The Eminem Show)

5. Metallica - One (...And Justice For All)

6. Blind Guardian - Mirror, Mirror (Nightfall In Middle Earth)

7. Pink Floyd - Hey You (The Wall)

8. Mayhem - Funeral Fog (De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas)

9. Queensryche - Eyes of a Stranger (Operation Mindcrime)

10. AC/DC - T.N.T (High Voltage)

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Xasthur - Dreams Blacker than Death

Diocletian - All That Remains

Arckanum - Trulfyket, Rapz Ok

Abhorrence - Hyperobject Beneath the Waves

Esoctrilihum - Dramath Urh

Cirith Ungol - War Eternal

Taake - Fra Bjorergegrend Mot Glemselen

Metallica - Nothing Else Matters

Slayer - Ghosts of War

Midnight - Aggressive Crucifixion

 

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Misfits - Scream

Muddy Waters - Train Fare Home Blues

Devin Townsend - Planet Smasher

Miles Davis - Nature Boy

Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb

The Rolling Stones - Paint It Black

Taake - Nattestid Ser Porten Vid II

Mournful Congregation - As I Drown In Loveless Rain

Deceased - Elly's Dementia

D.R.I - 5 Year Plan

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Requiem's 10 Random Songs

1. Sirenia - 'Profound Scars' from Perils of the Deep Blue 

2. Crashdiet - 'Stop Weirding Me Out' from Rust

3. Marduk - 'Infernal Eternal' from Heaven Shall Burn When We Are Gathered

4. At the Gates - 'Palace of Lepers' from To Drink from the Night Itself

5. Swallow the Sun - 'Labyrinth of London' from Emerald Forest and the Black Bird (amazing song)

6. Graveland - 'Born for War' from 1050 Years of Pagan Cult

7. Firehouse - 'All She Wrote' from Firehouse (hell yeah)

8. Cradle of Filth - 'You Will Know the Lion by His Claw' from Cryptoriana

9. Katatonia - 'Pale Flag' from The Fall of Hearts

10. Rapture - 'Misery 24/7' from Silent Stage

I love my iphone. Hail. 

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Abstract Spirit - From Behind the Verge (Funeral Doom)

Death - Zombie Ritual (Death Metal)

Misfits - Scream (Punk)

Robert Johnson - Crossroads Blues (Blues)

Dark Angel - Perish in Flames (Thrash Metal)

Darkthrone - In the Shadow of the Horns (Black Metal)

Judas Priest - The Ripper (Heavy Metal)

Blind Guardian - Nightfall (Power Metal)

Pink Floyd - Another Brick in the Wall (Prog Rock)

AC/DC - Dirty Deeds (Done Dirt Cheap) (Rock)

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