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  • What songs would you put on the "ultimate hacker MUSIC cd" ?

    The movie "Hackers" spawned 3..yes 3 soundtracks...

    if you had to make your ultimate hacker music CD what would your compilation include?

    instead of listing multiple pages of songs, lets limit it to 20 tracks max

    :)
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  • #2
    Re: What songs would you put on the "ultimate hacker MUSIC cd" ?

    Originally posted by Dented-Halo
    The movie "Hackers" spawned 3..yes 3 soundtracks...
    if you had to make your ultimate hacker music CD what would your compilation include?
    instead of listing multiple pages of songs, lets limit it to 20 tracks max
    I have 1 and 2, haven't picked up 3.

    Anyway some of my favorite tracks on my in-the-zone collection:

    DJ Freak I will Fight found on Industrial Fucking Strength Volume 2: Unleash Brutality

    Miss Kittin & The Hacker Frank Sinatra found on Album Original

    D-12 Devil's Night found on D-12

    SlipKnot Surfacing found on (sic)

    Diamanda Galas My World is Empty Without You found on Malediction and Prayer

    Acheron Fuck the Ways of Christ found on Anti-God Anti-Christ

    Electric Hellfire Club Psychedelic Sacrifice - Say you Love Satan found on[COLOR=SILVER ] ... um i forgot...[/COLOR]

    Electric Hellfire Club Kali on Acid - Acid Test Remix found on Anti-God Anti-Christ

    Cradle of Filth Bathory Aria: Benighted Like Usher - A Murder of Ravens in Fugue found on Cruelty and the Beast

    Boyd Rice and Friends Disneyland Can Wait found on Music, Martinis, and Misanthropy


    Lacrimosa Meine Welt found on Nachtschwarmer

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    • #3
      I don't know if there can be a "quintessential hacker cd".. I've seen rants about some guys hating techno and liking rock/country/southern rock. .or whatever..

      personally, I know my cds tend to come down to Squarepusher, Jurassic 5, Planet Smashers and Ween..

      making those four bands go together on one cd, is no easy task...
      a pc-0x90 by any other name is a nummish..
      Bigger 1:23

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      • #4
        Only 20 tracks? Don't you burn in MP3s to get 200 songs one a CD?

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        • #5
          hmm, let's see...where is that "Music to Hack By" cd I burned...

          ah, here's the song list at least... I'll just type the names as they were in the mp3 files. behold my eccentric music tastes!

          [in no particular order since I lost the cd itself...]
          Orbital - Halcyon (Hacker Remix Live In New York)
          Techno - Matrix Trance Mix
          Final Fantasy VIII - Liberi Fatali
          Final Fantasy VI - OSV - Atma Weapon
          Aphex Twin - Polygon window
          Metallica - Fade to Black
          Shakuhachi - Cherry Blossom Sakura
          Skillet - Invincible
          Aphex Twin - Complex Mathematical Equation
          Matsu Takako - Tsuki no Dance
          Styx - Mr. Roboto
          Metallica - Whiskey in the Jar
          Toshihiko Seki - Good Luck Good Bye
          Offspring - Staring at the Sun
          Sailor Moon - Moon Revenge
          Austin Powers - Soul Bossa Nova
          Madonna - Beautiful Stranger
          Tori Amos - Little Earthquakes
          The Who - Behind Blue Eyes

          there are your twenty tracks. Any album by Yes automatically makes my cut, but it has to be the album entire, so they aren't listed here ^_^

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          • #6
            wow..... someone else who's heard skillet

            I'm really not into the techno stuff that much, nor the death metal type stuff... on mine I would definately include tool-pushit, soad-toxicity; definately fun songs to hack to
            if it gets me nowhere, I'll go there proud; and I'm gonna go there free.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by c0nv3r9
              death metal type stuff
              there are too many classifications of metal.. I think though I like more black metal than any other form of metal:)...

              I like good music, period. :) I like electronica a lot but some of the best stuff isn't on record labels...

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              • #8
                not your average frying pan

                Originally posted by c0nv3r9
                wow..... someone else who's heard skillet
                word

                I have too eh, uhm I have heard of them too..
                at any rate, I think I got their cd free or something lemme go check..
                <insert 2 min time lapse here>
                yea I guess the one I got was like the hey you i love your soul cd.. i don't really like them, although I heard their invincible cd was better than the one I have so i don't know

                but word I like five iron frenzy better



                at any rate, I don't know of like a whole cd it would take too long to think of like 20 songs (or 200 if we're goin w/ the mp3 thing) but yea word I definately think that:

                SugarHill Gang - Rapper's Delight
                Run DMC - It's Tricky
                and
                Vanilla Ice - Ninja Rap

                should definately be like on the cd eh
                those song's are great ; รพ

                anyways word




                -toodles
                it's like a hot dog, only not.

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                • #9
                  A few for the fray...

                  Taken from what's in heavy rotation from the server at the moment (though most of this can be used as a guideline to assume I'm going through the band's entire playlist on shuffle - these are just the tracks I keep coming back to), here's my selection.

                  - Apoptygma Berzerk: Unicorn

                  - Leaether Strip: Prying Eyes

                  - Front Line Assembly: Provision (12" Mix)

                  - Cassandra Complex: And You Say

                  - Assemblage 23: Bi-Polar

                  - Decoded Feedback: Dream Machine

                  - Girls Under Glass: Frozen

                  - Devo: Deep Sleep

                  - Social Distortion: Prison Bound

                  - Katscan: Brainsaw

                  - Therapy?: Stop It You're Killing Me

                  - Cabaret Voltaire: Automotivation


                  And many, many more.

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                  • #10
                    ?

                    Tom Jones? After all, we're going to be in Vegas.
                    .: Grifter :.

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                    • #11
                      I can't think of anything appropriate by Tom Jones though.

                      Frank Sinatra - My Way. I'm a big Sinatra fan actually, though for a CD like this, a punk version would probably kick ass. Have the original covered by Me First and the Gimme Gimmes. IMO they do some great cover work, and I would really like to hear them do that one.
                      R.J.
                      "All the subtlety of a chainsaw,
                      with none of the social graces."

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                      • #12
                        Re: ?

                        Originally posted by Grifter
                        Tom Jones? After all, we're going to be in Vegas.
                        Actually if we are going back in time, may I suggest one of my favorites...

                        William Shatner Sings Lucy In the Sky with Diamonds

                        Click here for sample clip 396K .au : http://www.pathcom.com/~boby/lsd.au

                        Seriously this song and Shatner singning it ROCKS!... especially for interpretive dancing... ;)

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                        • #13
                          Re: not your average frying pan

                          Originally posted by bikinigurl
                          yea I guess the one I got was like the hey you i love your soul cd.. i don't really like them, although I heard their invincible cd was better than the one I have so i don't know
                          I think I like their self-titled the most of the 3, although the others were good too. Lyrics were generally weak in my opinion (in context coming from a big MJK fan...), although some songs had good thought in them. The music was great, especially earlier on when they were more bass driven.

                          As for the Gimme Gimmes, they're always fun to listen to. Although, I've never been much of a fan of the Sinatra/Jones type music in general. Moreso of the Chicago Transit Authority / Simon & Garfunkel / CCR generation
                          if it gets me nowhere, I'll go there proud; and I'm gonna go there free.

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                          • #14
                            Re: ?

                            Originally posted by Grifter
                            Tom Jones? After all, we're going to be in Vegas.
                            word


                            omg!!!!
                            'it's not unusual' soooooo freakin 0wnz
                            uhm does anyone know if/when he will be playing there, or where I could go to find that info out? prices etc...

                            my fav band does a cover of that song and it's like one of the best..

                            mmmm unusual....




                            -toodles
                            it's like a hot dog, only not.

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                            • #15
                              Re: Re: ?

                              Originally posted by blackwave



                              William Shatner Sings Lucy In the Sky with Diamonds



                              dude!


                              'If I Had A Hammer' !!!!
                              have you heard it by him/leonard nimoy?!
                              that song is toooo funny!


                              -toodles
                              it's like a hot dog, only not.

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