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    My little girl (4 in a couple of weeks) told me last week that I need to get some incy wincy spider on my ipod. I'm not getting anywhere with her liking metal... but I may have to start concentrating on infecting my 1 year old son's mind hehehehe.

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    work up to it, play some of the great metal for kids stuff out there. trust me there is some. My sister (4 but as smart as a 6 year old... I'm serious right now we're working teaching her how to read time since she already can read and write a little, oh and she can do three quarter profiles in art.) anyways My Sister hasn't really listened to any metal, but one her favorite things to listen to is my Ramones Mania CD with 25 songs by The Ramones, And then she loves my Electronica. you can probably find theres a CD out there of Metal Bands covering Childrens Songs.
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    I'm rocking to Dream Theater right now...ALWAYS good deep thought music there...you have to be a music geek to even comprehend some of their song structures...its too complicated for normal ears.

    Lately I've been listening to a lot of (albums):

    In Flames: A Sense of Purpose
    Gojira: From Mars to Sirius
    Kamelot: The Black Halo
    Testament: The Formation of Damnation
    Circle II Circle: Middle of Nowhere

    Sepultallica9 - Play her some good power-metal...thats usually a good converter...some Kamelot, Rhapsody, Iced Earth, Blind Guardian, Cellador, etc....always good stuff. I'm tempted to make a D&D geek music awareness thread now...brt
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redrobes View Post
    WASP's "Headless Children"
    Changed my life forever.

    EDIT: Changed my mind on the music awareness thread...this thread is pretty much that...and all my suggestions are on page 1.
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    Well my kids have gotten in uetero as well as half the time they get into the car with me.

    If you put Black Sabbath's "Snowblind" on just before you push them around the driveway on thier tricycle, they start to link that awesome bass with happy memories. Pretty soon they love it.

    I pulled them around on a wagon with a cassette tape player blasting. But the idea is the same.

    If you are willing to split the time between "Wheels on the Bus" and "Blitzkreig" and make the transitions between them somewhat appropriate to the events at the time they make a connection in their little heads.

    To this day when Blitzkreig comes on my son (Now, 15) starts talking about the time I took him for a ride on an ATV with the omnipresent music player strapped to the handlebars. I do everything to a soundtrack. It makes my life feels like a blockbuster movie.

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    I still think metals a little intense, if anything Glam Metal... OH OH WAIT I GOT IT. "BICYCLE" BY QUEEN!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arkkeeper View Post
    I still think metals a little intense, if anything Glam Metal... OH OH WAIT I GOT IT. "BICYCLE" BY QUEEN!!!!!!
    I prefer "BIKE" by PINK FLOYD.

    I'm going to have to go and listen to The Pipers at the Gates of Dawn now to get that song out of my head.
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    Ok I can tell I'm getting a bit old

    Metal isn't my thing at all. When I'm mapping I want to listen to music which sends my mind mind to fantasylands. Film soundtracks, Classical, ambient music, gregorian

    Among my favorits:

    Era, Enigma, Vangelis, Dagda, Mark Knopfler.

    Right now it's El Greco by Vangelis, a masterpeice to get my inspiration flowing.
    //Anna

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    Anna your not old at all, Like I said the best music for mapmaking, Is Pirate Music. Not only can it be beautiful, but also funny or just plain wrong. the most inappropiate song ever recorded is a pirate chanty called "The Good Ship Venus" I'll just give you the first Verse: "On the good ship venus, by christ you should've seen us, the figurehead was a {censored} in bed, {censored} a {censored} {censored}, {Censored} {Censored} you know what lets just censor the whole thing.
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    Arkkeeper, please bear in mind that there are many younger people that use this site. I've edited your last post.

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