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#24109 - 09/18/02 07:07 AM Re: Electronica
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I love vocals along with rave music in most applications. First off, the vocals must be female...that's the only thing that works. I really don't like fast vocals with faster beats (there are exceptions), but instead, moderate tempo, more melodic voices with faster beats (see "DJ Mystik - Look At Us Now"). Slow and melodic voices with slow beats are really good too...such as "Massive Attack - Dissolved Girl."

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#24110 - 09/18/02 01:18 PM Re: Electronica
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In some of Robert Miles work he has vocals for it's SOUND. No words, just vocal sounds. "Robert Miles - Dreamland - 02 - Fable (Message Version)" is an example of a female starting the song with lyric-vocals then doing some well-variated sound-vocals soon after. I agree with unreal about how famale vocals are pretty much all that goes well with electronica... here's an exception though...

Although Enigma isn't electronica (newage), that indian sounding guy does some excellent sound-vocals. For instance 'Morphing Thru Time' on the 'Le Roi Est Mort, Vive Le Roi!' album starts out with some kind of arabic sound-vocals, then moves on later into the song to the excellent indian sound-vocals.

So I think indian sound-vocals would also sound really good in electronica. However, with lyric-vocals I still think only female sounds good with electronica.


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#24111 - 09/18/02 07:52 PM Re: Electronica
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Sneaker Pimps, Massive Attack, and Splashdown all sound great. I think male voices can work well with electronica, but not usually. Females sound better when they sing than males. If I was in a band, i would want a female singer. And I agree, it is better when the vocals are just for the sound.

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#24112 - 09/18/02 08:45 PM Re: Electronica
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I guess I am the only UGN member who doesn't listen to anything in the "Electronica" genre...

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#24113 - 09/18/02 09:11 PM Re: Electronica
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probably now curse, i just started listening to it really recently, after being here for a week. before that all i listened to was rock and metal, and some rap. korn, godsmack, disturbed, slipknot, soulfly, mudvayne, some greenday, DMX, dr dre, snoop dog, with some limp bizkit, linkin park, and eminem, but now im all for this electronica shit. strange how that happens

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#24114 - 09/19/02 02:34 AM Re: Electronica
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Originally posted by Abnormality:
I have some favs to:
Dieselboy
Aphrodite
DJ Irene
Bad Boy Bill
Lisa Lashes
DJ Bam Bam
AK1200
DJ Greg Packer
DJ Venom
DJ Dara
Aphex Twin
Tunnel Trance Force
DJ Networx
thats just a couple of them...
at least someone knows whats good


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#24115 - 09/19/02 04:21 AM Re: Electronica
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Hey, my fav's were the same as his, i resent that :-x...


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