en endless Youtube music thread

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70 on March 21, 2019

post any music you want to share

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 on March 21, 2019

it’s also music to me

on March 28, 2019

우와 이거 되게 잘 달리네요 우오오오

on March 28, 2019

VW가 아니고 porsche였군요 어쩐지..

on March 29, 2019

같은 집안이라 그런가 폭스바겐에 포르쉐 엔진 조합이 저기 저 smiley 처럼 좋네

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EMERSON, LAKE & PALMER were a British progressive rock supergroup formed in London in 1970. The group consisted of keyboardist Keith Emerson, singer, guitari…

 

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0 on March 21, 2019

So much old and new music and not enough time. 😂

Artist: Zager & Evans Album: In The Year 2525 Released: 1969 Genre: Rock Style: Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock

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Screaming Trees – Door Into Summer – Last Words: The Final Recordings (2011) http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/last-words-the-final-recordings/id451504015 htt…

 

on March 23, 2019

what a coincidence, a friend played this few days ago

on March 24, 2019

Yea it’s a excellent cover.

on April 5, 2019

100 % my type XD. i love old and calm songs

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on March 24, 2019

Didn’t listened to them since years! \m/

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Kygo Reveals Inside Look at Life With Family and Friends in Norway With Release of Music Video for “Happy Now” Featuring Sandro Cavazza.

 

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on March 24, 2019

Now, this is a good tune!

on April 5, 2019

X Ambassadors is quite interesting group. most of their musics are really good. not even as an artist, i like it 

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it’s the song that made me like rap

on March 25, 2019

I was into Hip Hop when I was younger, mostly the old school stuff by West Coast rappers.

Get N.W.A vinyl here: http://smarturl.it/NWAstore Listen to N.W.A on Spotify: http://smarturl.it/NWASpotify Find N.W.A titles on Apple Music: http://smarturl…

 

on April 5, 2019

thx for the new experience btw. it is quite interesting and exciting rap 😮 

mine is more deepest and darkest one, but give it a try :p

Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Mona Lisa · Lil Wayne · Kendrick Lamar Tha Carter V ℗ 2018 Young Money Records, Inc. Released on: 2018-09-28 Pro…
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Das offizielle Video zu Rio Reisers „König von Deutschland“. Das Beste von Rio Reiser: https://lnk.to/RioReiser Den Kanal abonnieren: https://www.youtube.com…

 

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0 on March 26, 2019

Some excellent speed rock from Germany:

Der Videoclip zu Frieda und die Bomben von den Beatsteaks _______________ Das neue Album “Beatsteaks” ist hier erhältlich: Limitierte & Signierte Deluxe Box:…

 

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on March 28, 2019

저렇게 그냥 아무 생각없이 기타 오래치는 것도 참 대단한 것 같아요.

on March 29, 2019

그러고 보니 그렇구나.
그런데 youtube는 항상 메인 이미지를 여자로 뽑더라. 

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