Any Easy Listening Music?

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  1. e² .187

    e² .187 Senior Member

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    Beethoven definitely does the job.
    Wagner, too. I always listen to Rheingold, Parsifal and Die Walküre. Awesome.
    You might know "Walkürenritt"/"Ride of the Valkyries" from movies like Full Metal Jacket.
     
  2. GigªByte

    GigªByte Well-Known Member

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    yeah well for all the slipknot and metal suggestions, i already listen to slipknot and metal.
    but i recently discovered i have ADHD and get distracted easyly and metal just gets me all pumped to play sports or something like that.. but thanks for all the suggestions guys i got some jack johnson he is really good for hw.
     
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    Yeah...it couldnt hurt to put a lil bit of mozzart in there classical music helps my studies..
     
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    some guns n roses stuff thats pretty easy listening
     
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    i find old rock/metal instrumentals to be pretty easy listening. like if you can find some instrumentals for nirvana or metallica or something like that, they tend to be nice...

    but this is coming from the same person who falls asleep to things like devil driver, impaled nazerene, dimmu borgir, cradle of filth, etc.
     
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    Pink Floyd, saberpulse, err........I do my homework to a heavy beat, so Led Zeppelin for me.
    ususally, high tempo songs tend to distract me so those three are what I listen to when I need to focus.

    Sabrepulse.

    Songs to recomend-
    Pink Floyd: just go buy The Wall and listen to all of that, it's smooth as butter.
    Led Zeppelin- Since i've Been Loving You- When the Levee Breaks- Stairway To Heaven

    Sabrepulse: You can hear them or yourself.
     
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    you should check out Avenged Sevenfold, especially their latest album, City Of Evil. some songs on there are quite easy listening.
    and if thats not easy enough, check out Tortoise. they are an instrumental band. thats quite good for hw and studying and the like...
     
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    Under the Bridge by Red Hot Chili Peppers would be nice.
     
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    when i'm making my homework and my pc is on,
    i'm listening to the online radio, then i can choose withs program i'm wanna listen to

    sometimes top 50 or maybe toprequest or something else

    cu
     
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    classical, jazz, instrumentals, acoustics, oldies, evergreen.

    these are the things i listen to when i study. try not to listen to songs that have words in them. you might get distracted
     
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    Beethoven, Mozzart, Bond, Paul Simon.

    Bond - Viva ;)
     

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