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evaluate a stereo system or system component?

Here's mine, just want to see what everyone else would listen to.

1. Once, Peral Jam
2. Outshined, Soundgarden
3. Cherry Twist, Crystal Method (Vegas track #3)
4. High and Low, Crystal Method (Legion of Boom track #11)
5. Polly, Nirvana (live version from Muddy Banks)
6. Rollin' Down Rodeo, Rage against the Machine
7. Deep, Pearl Jam
 

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"One" by Metallica...Justice for All Album. Has both highs and lows.
 

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Super Doody said:
"One" by Metallica...Just for All Album. Has both highs and lows.
I love that song.

I use that and...

1) Marvin Gaye - got to Give it up
2) Bone Thugs and Harmony - Days of our lives
3) Mary J. Blige - Sweet Thing
4) Korn - Here to stay
5) Earth, Wind and Fire - September
 

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Super Doody said:
"One" by Metallica...Justice for All Album. Has both highs and lows.
Aww man...that is one of the most badly produced Metal albums of all time. Pick a song off the Black Album like Of Wold and Man . That is one of the best produced albums of all time. I prefer AJFA but it's a poorly recorded album. :D
 

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akshunj said:
evaluate a stereo system or system component?

Here's mine, just want to see what everyone else would listen to.

1. Once, Peral Jam
2. Outshined, Soundgarden
3. Cherry Twist, Crystal Method (Vegas track #3)
4. High and Low, Crystal Method (Legion of Boom track #11)
5. Polly, Nirvana (live version from Muddy Banks)
6. Rollin' Down Rodeo, Rage against the Machine
7. Deep, Pearl Jam
I find RATM does a good job of covering all the "bass's" <bad pun alert
 

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mudferret said:
I find RATM does a good job of covering all the "bass's" <bad pun alert
Fight Club sound track also does a good job of covering all the basses/.
 

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akshunj said:
evaluate a stereo system or system component?

Here's mine, just want to see what everyone else would listen to.

1. Once, Peral Jam
2. Outshined, Soundgarden
3. Cherry Twist, Crystal Method (Vegas track #3)
4. High and Low, Crystal Method (Legion of Boom track #11)
5. Polly, Nirvana (live version from Muddy Banks)
6. Rollin' Down Rodeo, Rage against the Machine
7. Deep, Pearl Jam
If you have a sub, also try "Shut Up" by Black Eyed Peas.
 

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akshunj said:
evaluate a stereo system or system component?

Here's mine, just want to see what everyone else would listen to.

1. Once, Peral Jam
2. Outshined, Soundgarden
3. Cherry Twist, Crystal Method (Vegas track #3)
4. High and Low, Crystal Method (Legion of Boom track #11)
5. Polly, Nirvana (live version from Muddy Banks)
6. Rollin' Down Rodeo, Rage against the Machine
7. Deep, Pearl Jam
Break stuff.. limp bizkit
 

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akshunj said:
evaluate a stereo system or system component?

Here's mine, just want to see what everyone else would listen to.
Hot for Teacher, Van Halen
Walk the Line, Johnny Cash
Fantasy, Aldo Nova
Headhunter, Krokus
Rock 'n' Me, Steve Miller Band
New Favorite, Allison Kraus
 

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akshunj said:
evaluate a stereo system or system component?

Here's mine, just want to see what everyone else would listen to.

You may think I'm crazy but I always thought 'Brass Monkey' by the Beastie Boys.

Later....
 

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mudferret said:
I find RATM does a good job of covering all the "bass's" <bad pun alert
YEah speaking of RATM, I f'd up and said Down Rodeo and I really meant People of the Sun. Great bass guitar in that song.
 

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Pink Taco said:
what about track #4 on the Vegas CD?
I think the entire CD is excellent. There's a lot of subtle, indescernible voices in the background of track #3 you won't hear on a crappy system. That's why I like to use it.

Track #4 would be killer for bass.
 

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Jack Johnson #14 on the most recent CD
Techmaster
Bob Marley-crazy baldheads
Rage-Killing in the name of
Metallica-one
*Disclaimer-I'm note sure of all the titles, but you'll get the idea if you have heard the song*
 

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akshunj said:
evaluate a stereo system or system component?

Here's mine, just want to see what everyone else would listen to.

1. Once, Peral Jam
2. Outshined, Soundgarden
3. Cherry Twist, Crystal Method (Vegas track #3)
4. High and Low, Crystal Method (Legion of Boom track #11)
5. Polly, Nirvana (live version from Muddy Banks)
6. Rollin' Down Rodeo, Rage against the Machine
7. Deep, Pearl Jam

three doors down first CD ( I can't remember the name of it right now) But it has great gutiar riffs to evaluate highs and mids with. and the bass is deep and rich.
 

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JLtaco said:
Jack Johnson #14 on the most recent CD
Techmaster
Bob Marley-crazy baldheads
Rage-Killing in the name of
Metallica-one
*Disclaimer-I'm note sure of all the titles, but you'll get the idea if you have heard the song*
Techmaster as in P.E.B? Those are great CD's for Bass.
 

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akshunj said:
evaluate a stereo system or system component?

I read an article once that suggested tuning to a disney soundtrack. Afterall, Disney has the resources to ensure a quality sound. When I get around to installing my components, I think I will tune the crossovers to little mermaid. :D
 

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akshunj said:
evaluate a stereo system or system component?

I read an article once that suggested tuning to a disney soundtrack. Afterall, Disney has the resources to ensure a quality sound. When I get around to installing my components, I think I will tune the crossovers to little mermaid. :D
LOL, hey whatever works. My friend tunes by ear exclusively by listening to Yanni.
 

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Dude- you wanna test out the full range of your system?

Widespread Panic: The first 3 tracks from "Till the Medicine Takes"
1. Surprise Valley
2. Bears Gone Fishin'
3. Climb to Safety

I love the RATM too though...Wake Up is phenominal.
 
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