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#1
I have just aquired myself an ipod as you do and was debating what tracks to get for it (not using itunes). So what are peoples 10 ten favourite tracks to go to war with?
 

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#2
the wheels on the bus...
billy smarts circus tune...
the theme to monty python...
ride of the valkrie, you know that one from "Apocalypse Now"...

and that's it. who need needs a top 10 when you have these little hum dingers to munch on?
 
#3
#4
Shove that London Underground track on it to keep you sane on the Tube!
That said, I know you're going to want to steal some of my music. Oh, I know what I can give you...
 
#5
how do you put tracks on without using itunes???
I've been trying to work it out as it fecks up when I plug it into computer at home etc... bloody crap software!!


Fred
 
#7
FredSmith2197 said:
how do you put tracks on without using itunes???
I've been trying to work it out as it fecks up when I plug it into computer at home etc... bloody crap software!!


Fred
A poor workman!!! :lol: Your computer should recognise it(the IPOD)as a new drive when you plug it in,simply drag and drop MP3 files from the location you store then on your computer to this new location and Macks is your six-fingered,ginger-haired,mothers' second cousin(twice removed)
 
#9
well you were almost right abot the ginger hair the rest is nly a benefit...
 
#10
Outkast - Bombs Over Baghdad

Apparently the yanks like to play it Apocalypse Now style through the radio system in their Abrams
 
#11
In no particular order:

Spiderbait - Black Betty
Iron Maiden - Run To The Hills
Wagner - Ride of the Valkyries
Rob Zombie - Dragula
Rammstein - Du Hast
Rammstein - Ich Will
Metallica - So What?
The Prodigy - Smack My Bitch Up
Darude - Sandstorm
Motorhead - Ace Of Spades

You can probably spot a certain theme here, and most people will think it's shit, but hey, you asked!
 
#12
Whilst at school i was lucky enough to be visited by two hm finest officers from the royal regiment who showed us a firepower/effects video to an awesome track. Can anyone who has seen said presentation remember what the music was?
 
#14
No, but I watched a better presentation given by two Infantry officers set to The Clash, "I Fought The Law."
 
#15
Could I reccomend anything by the Ukelele Orchestra of Great Britain?

They have done a marvellous cover of a Miss Dynnamite track.

Yours in Alfred Nobel

Mrs Beaton
 
#16
In no particular order:
1)Status Quo - You're in the army now
2)Genesis - I can hear it calling in the night
3)Wagner - Ride of the valkyries (obligatory really)
4)March of the British Grenadiers
5)Sharpe TV series - Over the hills and far away
6)The Clash - London Calling
7)Frankie goes to Hollywood - Two tribes go to war
8)Prodigy - Smack my bitch up
9)Prodigy - Firestarter
10)Queen - We will rock you
 
#18
Again in no order whatsoever;

"Willy McBride"
"November Rain"
"Laid"
"Ladykiller"
"Light Cavalry"
Tocata and Fugue in D minor (?)
 
#19
Countrylad said:
In no particular order:

2)Genesis - I can hear it calling in the night
Am presuming this is actually "In The Air Tonight" - by Phil Collins, sans Genesis...?

could be wrong though.........
 
#20
But apart from the point/query above:

1. as per Apocalypse Now - Ride of the Valkyries
2. Bach - Toccata and Fuge, D Minor - first part anyway
3. Montagues & Capulets - cant remember if that's Prokofiev or Tchaikovsky.

4. Rock The Casbah - The Clash.
5. Seek & Destroy - Metallica
6. Beautiful People - Marilyn Manson
7. The Roof Is on Fire - Coal Chamber
8. St Anger - Metallica
9. Dirty Deeds (Done Dirt Cheap) - AC/DC
10. The Chemicals Between Us - Bush

would go on - but mention was made of 10.... besides time for Tea & medals.

 

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