Different music

A co-worker mentioned this CD to me when were chatting about music. She’s done a partial degree in music. I mentioned that my taste in music is from very classical to metal depending in my mood, but that I enjoy fusions, I mentioned Enigma and the return of innocence with the part that is gregorian chant written by some pope. I love that song. And that my favourite classical instrument is the cello as it can be so haunting

She then mentioned Apocalyptica. A bunch of Finnish men cello’s and metal. I was enthralled by the idea. I looked it up and decided I wanted the Metallica album. This is an older album from 1996, before they had a drummer. As you can read from my review I love love love it. Next one will be the album where the singer from Rammstein Til Lindeman sings along. I have come to appreciate Rammstein on the motorway when driving long stretches. So I am certainly going to buy more if this type of music. I doubt Bach ever thought the instrument could be used this way.

A really fun idea this type of music. I will look more into this kind of fusion

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About Gilraen

My blog is simply about my life. I moved countries for the first time in 1993. I lived in the Netherlands, UK and NZ. The initial idea was to keep my overseas friends up-to-date with what was going on in my life. The blog, like me, is always changing and evolving.
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One Response to Different music

  1. Gilraen says:

    lamondine wrote on Jun 29
    different style, but an unuual one as well: have you heard preliminaire from Iggy Pop? http://blog.iggypoppreliminaires.com/

    gilraensurion wrote on Jun 30
    Nope, have now. As soon as I have time, I will investigate. Thanks for the tip

    tyellas wrote on Jul 3
    In other news, congrats on the Netherlands’ world cup progress! -blows you a kiss-

    gilraensurion wrote on Jul 3
    Thanks! It is so wonderful.

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