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Which Song Are You Currently Listening To?

Johnny Sooshi

Just a sleepy guy
Nov 1, 2011
a Taco Bell dumpster
This song…..


It’s from my childhood….it’s been so long since I last heard it and….my God, the time just flies by >.>​

lol I remember this. Kinda funny how I used to like it, then not, but now I do again!

Any way this song rocks. It's by a group call :Diamerror:D and it's really cool.



An Hero of our Time
Sep 19, 2011
Right behind you in a camo suit ;)
Excellent choice ;)

Sometimes songs annoy me after a while and sometimes I keep on playing songs like forever :D


inb4 everybody starts whining about how this is explicit and stuff.

Anyway, enjoy some Susumu Hirasawa.


Angel of Darkness
Staff member
ZD Legend
Jan 31, 2010
Yahtzee, Supernatural
Angel of Darkness
inb4 everybody starts whining about how this is explicit and stuff.

Anyway, enjoy some Susumu Hirasawa.
It is more the text but the clip itself is just hilarious and funny. There are far more worse songs and I love this song. Actually it plays on my cd player again now at this time right after Hard Rock hallelujah by Lordi

Lord Vain

Dawn of a New Day
Nov 29, 2011
儀礼 Girei



Theme of Pain…..and Vain.​


Nov 11, 2011


Poe Catcher
Aug 25, 2008
Georgia, USA
The song I'm listening to currently was written in 1936 and is based upon a series of poems written between the 11th and 13th centuries. It is the first movement in a musical recreation of the series of poems, the series and the multi-part song being called "Carmina Burana," Latin for "Songs from Beuern." The song is called "O Fortuna", the poem about the cruelty of fate and Fortuna, the Roman goddess of luck.

As the poem, the entire song is sung in Latin, which intensifies the mood, and the whole song is just amazing. However, you shouldn't take my word, but instead listen to the song yourself. :)


This is a live performance of it (and the following movement), and not my favorite rendition of it, but if you want to see a great version of it, you can also look at this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNWpZ-Y_KvU

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