What are you listening to right now?

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  • Hahahahahaha, well... just be yourself and the right girl will eventually come, because we shouldn't be pretending for someone that we aren't, also a good tip is not trying to please everyone! ;)

    And truth be told, the women are attracted tooooo...... are you reaaaaaaaady?



    But do the best you can for yourself and the rest will follow ;)

    OKAY, this first one is a special for you dude... BG-RU:





  • Yeah yeah, I can be quite naive sometimes...


    Also that gif IMHO would be more fitting for... say, "Wahre Helden".

    But I already posted Wahre Helden on the previous page, so I'll go for another song from the Radio Operator. One of my top favorites.



    The quality's a bit butchered, but this is a shared trait of Funker Vogt early tracks. Good thing they remember their good songs...


    (It's also got about 3 or 4 other remixes by other bands, so it's right there with "Red Queen", "Funker Vogt" and "Funker Vogt 2nd Unit" with remixability)


    "Across the savage skies and through the fissures in the fields,
    The rumble of the engines and the trundle of the wheels,
    Through hell and horror trudge and yet their spirits never yield.
    Will they sing of these forsaken pawns of war?"
    -Miracle Of Sound, "Pawns of War".

  • Flak yeah I've got nice taste in music. Perhaps weird considering my attraction to 8 bit remixes, but still. Funker Vogt is one heck of an underrated bands out there and is one of my favorites.


    That being said, since I'm reminded about stuff I usually listen to while playing WoWS, here's this. Blame Black Ops 1 overall and the PBR level in particular.


    Particularly reminds me about this lil' Co-op battle. There's a good reason why I never bothered installing C Hull on the Nurnberg and why I wouldn't probably enjoy Admiral Makarov:

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    Also, all aircraft catapults in this game come with a forcefield. No matter how close to being wrecked the ship is, that floatplane (can't remember if it's a Heinkel or Arado on Nurnberg?) is gonna be unscathed.


    "Across the savage skies and through the fissures in the fields,
    The rumble of the engines and the trundle of the wheels,
    Through hell and horror trudge and yet their spirits never yield.
    Will they sing of these forsaken pawns of war?"
    -Miracle Of Sound, "Pawns of War".

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  • I meant that Funker Vogt isn't underrated despite playing awesome music. It might be underrated because they sometimes sing about outright tragic stuff (like really, Fallen Man's refrain: "Dead on the street, I saw a man fall, his heart stopped beating for no reason at all...") on an amazing melody.

    Just so you know what kind of person I am, I'm considering to put "Fallen Man" on my alarm clock now.


    Or this. This song is about a group of soldiers getting wiped out by their own airstrike, but the melody is only a bit tragic.


    P.S. Meh girls if you ask me, actually.


    "Across the savage skies and through the fissures in the fields,
    The rumble of the engines and the trundle of the wheels,
    Through hell and horror trudge and yet their spirits never yield.
    Will they sing of these forsaken pawns of war?"
    -Miracle Of Sound, "Pawns of War".

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  • Dude, you'll be surprised at how many songs that I like I don't even listen to the text! :D

    So, trust me... I understand, hahaha.



    That video with the music, pfffffff, soooooooooooooooooo beautifuuuuuuuuuul .... soooo peaceful, pfffff.

  • Well, I feel somewhat uneasy listening to songs that I don't know the lyrics of. Which is why most of N:A OST creeps me the flak out despite the music being awesome.


    Anyway, the new update for WoWS is out and it's time to pick up the slack.

    This song just reminds me of an event we had in WoWS. Usually it just pissed me off, but sometimes it was hella fun. Basically, a four-team Battle Royale on destroyers in a shrinking arena.

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    (I actually survived that. I was going so fast those torps didn't have time to arm... What did you expect? It's a Kha-motherflakking-barovsk on Mad Max flavored steroids.)


    "Across the savage skies and through the fissures in the fields,
    The rumble of the engines and the trundle of the wheels,
    Through hell and horror trudge and yet their spirits never yield.
    Will they sing of these forsaken pawns of war?"
    -Miracle Of Sound, "Pawns of War".

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  • Well, and here's something somewhat related to my current work...


    To be specific, I've been doing a lot of code analysis these times. I guess, another reason to put a 9S avatar...


    "Across the savage skies and through the fissures in the fields,
    The rumble of the engines and the trundle of the wheels,
    Through hell and horror trudge and yet their spirits never yield.
    Will they sing of these forsaken pawns of war?"
    -Miracle Of Sound, "Pawns of War".

  • Eh, I know, right? Fun fact, my username actually comes from C&C 3.

    I'm more about the earlier Tiberian Sun (aka C&C 2) these times though. It was as atmospheric as a 2D voxel-based game could get.



    "Across the savage skies and through the fissures in the fields,
    The rumble of the engines and the trundle of the wheels,
    Through hell and horror trudge and yet their spirits never yield.
    Will they sing of these forsaken pawns of war?"
    -Miracle Of Sound, "Pawns of War".

  • Yeah, when it comes to C&C, Generals when I used to play it with my friends back in my childhood, buuuuut... the crown goes to -> C&C 3 (just f*cking love it) cuz I love Sci-Fi and speaking of C&C 3



    Pffffffffff....

  • Well, I loved the flak out of C&C 3 back when I was a teen, But that was also when EA started destroying the franchise.

    Generals, well... doesn't actually have much to do with C&C series as a whole. Red Alert at least had an excuse of being an alternative timeline to C&C at first. Doesn't mean that it was a bad game, I enjoyed the flak out of it too. the campaign was fun to play and General's Challenge from ZH was awesome.

    From the other side, at least Kane won in the end.



    "Across the savage skies and through the fissures in the fields,
    The rumble of the engines and the trundle of the wheels,
    Through hell and horror trudge and yet their spirits never yield.
    Will they sing of these forsaken pawns of war?"
    -Miracle Of Sound, "Pawns of War".

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