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Form the ashes the /r/music plug.dj rises again! Come on in to share some music and discover new tunes.
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The FCC is expected to announce a vote to gut net neutrality rules the day before Thanksgiving. Only a big burst of phone calls to Congress can stop them from allowing ISPs to charge us extra fees to access sites, apps, games, and especially the music we all love.
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OutKast - Hey Ya! [Hip-hop/Funk]
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Massive Attack - Angel [Trip Hop]
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Father John Misty - Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings [Folk Rock]
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Jefferson Airplane — White Rabbit [Psychedelic rock]
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Morrissey - Everyday Is Like Sunday [new wave] (1988)
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Songs that physically make you shiver because they're so good?
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The Monkees - Pleasant Valley Sunday [Rock/60's pop]
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Band of Horses - The Funeral [indie rock]
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Green Day - Too Dumb to Die [Pop Punk]
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Joji - Will he [Lo-Fi Hip Hop?]
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Miguel - waves (Tame Impala Remix) [Alternative R&B]
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Tom Lehrer - We Will All Go Together When We Go [Satire]
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40 years ago, Meat Loaf emerged onto the music scene with his major record label debut *Bat Out of Hell*
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Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road 1973 [Pop/Rock]
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Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballé - Barcelona [Classical crossover] (1987)
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Doctor Octagon - Earth People [Hip-Hop] [4:58]
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Heiakim - Hotto Dogu ft. Google Translator [Techno]
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Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Beethoven's 9th Symphony [classical]
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The Cure - 10:15 Saturday Night (1978) [Post-Punk]
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Rory Gallagher - Shadow Play [bluesrock]
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Buck 65 - Super Pretty Naughty [underground rap] I wanna get messed up and get laid and cake on my cake day
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Pulp - Born To Cry [Brit pop] - Notting Hill OST
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Lady Gaga - Live Performance At Hurricane Relief Concert [Pop]
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Electric Light Orchestra - Last Train to London [Disco]
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Willie Nelson - Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die [Live Country] (2013)
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Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds - Get Ready For Love [Alt-Rock] (2004)
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Public Enemy - Fight The Power [Hip Hop]
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How To Play Any Music With Lyrics In Android
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Genesis - Follow You Follow Me [Soft Rock - Unplugged]
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30 Seconds to Mars - The Kill [Alternative Rock]
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The Structure of Your Personal Playlists
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Gary Numan - Down in the Park [New-Wave] He wasn't just ahead of his time, he's still ahead of our time.
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The Verve - A Storm in Heaven [Shoegazing]
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Enya - Only Time [New Age]
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Rahsaan Roland Kirk - Volunteered Slavery [Jazz]
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Top 5 tracks discovered in October
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Eric Clapton on the death of Jimi Hendrix {non-music video}
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Bone Thugs-n-Harmony - Shoot Em Up [Hip-hop/Contemporary R&B]
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Harry Nilsson - Everybody's Talkin [Soft Rock]
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Revolt Production Music - Forcefield [Epic Music]
175 jpegstohelenkeller For anyone who hasn't, listen to the entire Collision Course record. It's pure gold. The album is second only to Danger Mouse's Gray Album.
164 2smert4me Growing up Linkin Park was a band that I felt was very relatable. As an adult I go back and listen to the same songs and they still have almost the same impact, if not more. I'm thankful to have grown up with this band and their message. RIP Chester, I never felt alone when I heard your message I just wish the fan's voices could of helped. I'll never forget how much you helped me.
63 eliasqabar For Chester.
14 Vold0 Really enjoyed how he tweaked the way he sang it a little, just in 4-5 places and it seemed like he was really just almost dictating you a story.
11 DFWTooThrowed Someone pointed this out in the thread on r/hiphopheads Jay's breath control makes him such a fucking amazing live performer. I'm sure some of it is mixing as well but it's incredible how Jay rapping live sounds almost exactly like he does in a studio.
34 MrGIHP My Brother and I use to sing this song together and he was always Jay and I was always Chester :(
7 chimpomatic5000 Thanks for posting. Just what I needed this Saturday morning.
8 electricmaster23 This song really was the perfect storm. As far as collaborations go, this has to be right up there.
13 throwawaythumbsup Yea I'm crying a little bit now...
9 Sideways_8 Man this hits you right in the feels
3 jlt73 I absolutely love the jay z linkin park record. Just so damn good all around!
6 BoyWonder041291 I never listened to rap music at all before this album
2 TronBonJovi Great tribute. Respect.
2 GenXer1977 If you can find it, the live performance from live 8 philadelphia is awesome, and way better than the album they released. Jay-Z sounds like he's half asleep on the album, but here with Linkin Park's music behind him he really gets into it.
2 tjmonstah I just wish Jay-z would write a song about how he used to be poor and now he isn't
1 lookingformytribe Tunneeeeeeeee.
1 DIA13OLICAL The first song I ever heard which introduced me to both Linkin Park and Jay-Z. I'm so glad I got the opportunity to see Linkin Park live when they came to South Africa a few years ago.