Subwoofer Music

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  1. Sandra B.

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    Hi all.
    ¿Deep, strong, thunderous, earthshaking music themes for my new subwoofer? All styles allowed [​IMG]
    Thanks!
     
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    I think anything by Massive Attack should fit the bill nicely...

    Also, the 5.1 audio track on U2's Elevation DVD has some crushing, ultra-tight bass.
     
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    Soul Coughing uses a tremendous amount of bass. Especially on Ruby Vroom. Great CD, BTW.
     
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    The Gorillaz's first and current CD, particularly the hidden 'Clint Eastwood' remix after the last track. The bass accompanying the Shaggy-like voice is great. Their 'G-Sides' disc ain't bad either.

    A side note: this 'Clint Eastwood' remix actually revealed a deficient/damaged driver in one of my main speakers. Everytime that bass line kicked in at any volume level, the speaker driver made buzzing noises. I took it back, demonstrated it to the salesperson, got the driver replaced, and now no more buzzing!
     
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    David Lee Roth - Skyscaper, Title cut
     
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    Charles Camille Saint-Saens: Symphony No. 3 in C minor, the Organ Symphony, performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra under the direction of Eugene Ormandy, with Michael Murray as soloist. Telarc (80051)

    Might as well throw some really good music into the low-frequency mix. A rich, sonorous recording of a surprisingly spirited performance by Ormandy and the Philadelphians. Superbly recorded via Telarc's three-microphone, minimalist approach to sonic engineering (a la the old Mercury Living Presence recordings).
     
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    Very good themes, thanks to all! [​IMG]
     
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    Blue Man Group....You Have Got Try This DVD-A!!!
     
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    I've been noticing that most Keb Mo cd's have some healthy bass.
     
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    Anything by Tortoise (esp. 1st record)
    Chemical Brothers
    "Hunter" by Bjork
    "You're Living All Over Me" - Dinosaur Jr.
     
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    Pomp and Pipes - Dallas Wind Symphony
     

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