what u listing whan u make a model

Discussion in 'General Card Modeling' started by yaniv, Sep 23, 2006.

  1. gippolot

    gippolot Member

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    It's about time I got around to thanking you for enlightening me to Radio Paradise. It is one of the first internet radio stations I tune into now.

    Thanks
  2. paulhbell

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    I usually have football on the radio, or listen to football online when I'm building. You guys over the pond call it soccer.
  3. Amazyah

    Amazyah Senior Member

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    Just tried Radio Paradise about 30 minutes ago and I am really impressed so far!

    This is definitely my kind of music!:grin:

    Thanks for the pointer Clark!

    Russell
  4. murphyaa

    murphyaa Designer

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    I'm wierd, when I'm building, I like to listen to music related to the model. When working on WWII planes, I listen to 40's music. Sci fi models I usually listen to the theme music of the show the model is from. WWI get classical music. Jets get the "Top Gun" soundtrack.
  5. Emil_Zarkov

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    The free EDDY's Spitfire MkII is intended to be built during listening the song "Aces High" of Iron Maiden:)
    You can download the model from the Moshe Lemer's site.
    Iron Maiden fans /like me/ can visit their site for purchasing the song.
    Emil
  6. Kaz

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    At the moment I use this site
    http://www.garageband.com/
    almost every genre of music for free listening and most are free and legal downloads as they are unsigned. There's even a 'sounds like' facility, so you can search for bands that 'sound like' King Crimson, or They Might Be Giants ...et al
  7. gippolot

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    Though one Sunday morning someone decided to play Jethro Tull's entire Thick As A Brick... something which I didn't really want to re-live. Maybe that was just the late night shift in the US?

    Always listen to the cricket if it is on. Though it is impossible to explain to anyone from a non-cricketing nation, why anyone would want listen to a cricket match comentary.:grin: