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propi
Jul 19th, 2006, 07:22 PM
:wavey: Hi huge Belgian wtaworld community!
I'm looking desperatly for you help!
Next friday (I think it's your national day, is it??) a Belgian friend has invited some friends to his home to make a little celebration, he's cooking waffles, give us chocolate, etc. The thing is that it's the first time he's celebrating this day in his own home with his girlfriend so the party. His girlfriend has had the idea to try to surprise him by making us wear, do, etc. Belgian flags and other things we could think and I've just had the idea to make a couple of CDs for him ... I would like to make one with traditional Belgian songs you could listen to that special day for your country and another one with successful songs of the last 3 years (the time he's already living here in Spain) in Belgium he could have heard if he'd stayed up there in his country.
So I let the brain storm start... any idea would be well received :bounce:
Thanks in advance and happy national day:p

Haimar
Jul 19th, 2006, 07:27 PM
older songs : J'aime la vie - Sandra Kim
Lilianne saint-pierre - Soldiers of Love
Louis Neefs - Benjamin
Geef ons een bloem (don't know who the singer is :S)
Samson & Gert - De samsonrock
Vader Abraham - Het smurfenlied

New songs : Laura Lynn - Je hebt me duizend maal belogen
Belle Perez - el mundo baillando
Kate Ryan - Désenchantée
Kabouter Plop - De plopdans

:haha: :haha:

Haimar
Jul 19th, 2006, 07:29 PM
Maybe also : Natalia - Risin
Sandrine - Goosebumps
Milk Inc - Never again
Sylver - Turn the tide (or something like that)

Uranus
Jul 19th, 2006, 07:45 PM
Flemish or Walloon? Different songs...

I think the Underdog Project's "Summer Jam" is a good pick ;)

CooCooCachoo
Jul 19th, 2006, 07:55 PM
Jonatan Cerrada - A Chaque Pas :inlove:

CooCooCachoo
Jul 19th, 2006, 07:56 PM
Kate Ryan - Je T'Adore

James
Jul 19th, 2006, 08:03 PM
Flemish or Walloon? Different songs...

I think the Underdog Project's "Summer Jam" is a good pick ;)

I am not sure Underdog Project is Belgian, I thought there were Dutch producers behind it, but I could be wrong.

Try songs by K3, Sylver, Kate Ryan, Milk Inc, Kim' Kay, Sandra Kim, Clouseau, Hadise, Natalia, Wim Soutaer, Peter Evrard, Brahim, X-Session, Gene Thomas. Margriet Hermans to name a few.

Josh
Jul 19th, 2006, 10:30 PM
Traditional Belgian songs? Hmmmm do you mean folk or something? If so, Laïs, Kadril or Urban Trad would be good choices.
Pop and rock artists : An Pierlé, dEUS, Zita Swoon, Hooverphonic, Admiral Freebee, Soulwax, K's Choice, Novastar, Hadise, Absynthe Minded, Gabriel Rios, Praga Khan, Lords of Acid, Daan, Millionaire, Ozark Henry, Sioen, A Brand, Zornik,... are some good bands/singers.

If you're looking for French or Dutch songs : Axelle Red(f), Gorki(d), Yevgueni(d), Starflam(f), Jo Lemaire(f), Vive La Fête(f), Clouseau(d), Arno(f), Ann Christy(d),...

And of course there's always our very own Latino-diva Belle Perez! :D ;)

Grohl
Jul 19th, 2006, 10:37 PM
Geef ons een bloem (don't know who the singer is :S)

Louis Neefs

mandy7
Jul 20th, 2006, 07:43 AM
just download dEUS, Stash and K's Choice albums,
the rest is quite terrrible :p

Grohl
Jul 20th, 2006, 07:57 AM
Maybe also : Natalia - Risin
Sandrine - Goosebumps
Milk Inc - Never again
Sylver - Turn the tide (or something like that)
That is not traditional Belgian music,
those are hypes created by the media!

Grohl
Jul 20th, 2006, 07:58 AM
just download dEUS, Stash and K's Choice albums,
the rest is quite terrrible :p
Stash :hearts:

don't forget The Admiral!!! :rocker2:

Grohl
Jul 20th, 2006, 07:59 AM
owh, and Absynthe Minded!

northern lad
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:09 AM
Kabouter Plop - De plopdans


completely random... but i have a kabouter plop song on my computer... i can't listen to it with a straight face :lol:

arn
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:12 AM
Take the advice of Josh, Mandy and Chaotic, the kind of music the rest here adviced is the music you heard on the radio when you were here last year (comparable to the crap spanish dance music :p ) ;)

arn
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:15 AM
just download dEUS, Stash and K's Choice albums,
the rest is quite terrrible :p

You mean Henkie and 'lief klein konijntje' kind of bad?? :p ;)

mandy7
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:28 AM
oh i just wanna beat that old man with a stick whenever i hear it in the to 40 on the radio on friday :mad:

Grohl
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:37 AM
Take the advice of Josh, Mandy and Chaotic, the kind of music the rest here adviced is the music you heard on the radio when you were here last year (comparable to the crap spanish dance music :p ) ;)
yeah,
Sandrine, Natalia, Milk inc, silver... :rolleyes:

You have that sort of ppl in every country,
artists made by the media!

James
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:38 AM
Take the advice of Josh, Mandy and Chaotic, the kind of music the rest here adviced is the music you heard on the radio when you were here last year (comparable to the crap spanish dance music :p ) ;)

You can do both, so you can have a nice balance. :p

^bibi^
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:38 AM
Milk Inc - Never again
Sylver - Turn the tide (or something like that)

Good choice :drool: (and yeah it's turn the tide;) )

^bibi^
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:39 AM
Flemish or Walloon? Different songs...

I think the Underdog Project's "Summer Jam" is a good pick ;)
yeah it was both a success on both side of the country... (wel it was it a big succeess here and I can't imagine it wasn't one in Flanders lol)

Grohl
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:41 AM
Dutch music,
Noordkaap! or Monza!

^bibi^
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:41 AM
yeah,
Sandrine, Natalia, Milk inc, silver... :rolleyes:

You have that sort of ppl in every country,
artists made by the media!

ok for the first two, (don't even know the seocnd ones actually), but since when were milk inc and sylver created by the media ? :rolleyes:

arn
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:42 AM
You can do both, so you can have a nice balance. :p

Depends on your definition of 'nice' :p

^bibi^
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:43 AM
but you still haven't answered of your friend was waloon or flemish, coz then you really should choose different songs coz we don't really tend to listen to the same music ;)

arn
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:44 AM
ok for the first two, (don't even know the seocnd ones actually), but since when were milk inc and sylver created by the media ? :rolleyes:

You are completely right about that one, they were not created by the media... but by 10-16 year olds buying their singles :devil:

James
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:46 AM
Dutch music,
Noordkaap! or Monza!

I thought Noordkaap was Belgian.

Grohl
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:47 AM
Depends on your definition of 'nice' :p
:lol: true!

arn
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:49 AM
Monza aswell, I think Chaotic means 'Belgian music sung in Dutch' :)

BTW, Monza and Noordkaap are two good choices aswell :)

Grohl
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:50 AM
You are completely right about that one, they were not created by the media... but by 10-16 year olds buying their singles :devil:
:lol:
yeah okay,
they don't belong in the list with the "idols"
but those 10-16 year olds were influenced by the media

James
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:51 AM
Depends on your definition of 'nice' :p

That is for everyone to decide for themselves. :p

^bibi^
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:51 AM
You are completely right about that one, they were not created by the media... but by 10-16 year olds buying their singles :devil:

:lol: I like their music :lol: :lol:

ut here we never hear them on radio or anything so maybe that's why i stil like them lol

Grohl
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:52 AM
Monza aswell, I think Chaotic means 'Belgian music sung in Dutch' :)

BTW, Monza and Noordkaap are two good choices aswell :)
If you wanna have a cd with Belgian music,
you have to have "ik hou van u" on it!

^bibi^
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:54 AM
If you wanna have a cd with Belgian music,
you have to have "ik hou van u" on it!

except if he's not flemish lol... coz I've neve even heard about that song :lol: (and yet I know Milk Inc. and Sylver :lol: :lol: )

Grohl
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:54 AM
:lol: I like their music :lol: :lol:

ut here we never hear them on radio or anything so maybe that's why i stil like them lol
we just get too much of them

Grohl
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:55 AM
I thought Noordkaap was Belgian.
but they sing in Dutch,
that's what I mean :o

^bibi^
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:57 AM
we just get too much of them
I guess having them all the time must be boring yeah :lol:

but still it's less worse than belle Perez to me... :haha:

Grohl
Jul 20th, 2006, 08:58 AM
except if he's not flemish lol... coz I've neve even heard about that song :lol: (and yet I know Milk Inc. and Sylver :lol: :lol: )
They released it last year in a partly French version,
for the national holiday.
And it doesn't matter if he's not flemish,
it's a cd with belgian music, and that's a top-Belgian song!

James
Jul 20th, 2006, 09:01 AM
but they sing in Dutch,
that's what I mean :o

I see, ik hou nog steeds van u, hoor. ;)

Grohl
Jul 20th, 2006, 09:01 AM
I guess having them all the time must be boring yeah :lol:

but still it's less worse than belle Perez to me... :haha:
too much from her as well :lol:

Yasmine
Jul 20th, 2006, 09:03 AM
Would you guys put Gabriel Rios in that list? :drool: (Sarah Bettens/K's choice is a must :yeah: )

Grohl
Jul 20th, 2006, 09:06 AM
I see, ik hou nog steeds van u, hoor. ;)
:lol: gelukkig maar!
Geef me een kus, geef me een kus, geef me een kus, voor de laatste bus! :p

Grohl
Jul 20th, 2006, 09:08 AM
Would you guys put Gabriel Rios in that list? :drool: (Sarah Bettens/K's choice is a must :yeah: )
But Gabriel isn't really Belgian, is he?!
He's from Puerto Rico or somewhere, but lives in Belgium

nevertheless, his music is awesome!

Gonna see him live again in just 23 days! :rocker2:

Yasmine
Jul 20th, 2006, 09:13 AM
But Gabriel isn't really Belgian, is he?!
He's from Puerto Rico or somewhere, but lives in Belgium

nevertheless, his music is awesome!

Gonna see him live again in just 23 days! :rocker2:
I know that but he's hot and his music is great so why not put it in there :devil:
Enjoy the concert! :bounce:

James
Jul 20th, 2006, 09:14 AM
:lol: gelukkig maar!
Geef me een kus, geef me een kus, geef me een kus, voor de laatste bus! :p

:kiss:

Grohl
Jul 20th, 2006, 09:16 AM
:kiss:
Damnit, now I can't get the song out of my head!

"We waren bijna echt vergeten..."

Grohl
Jul 20th, 2006, 09:18 AM
Enjoy the concert! :bounce:
I'm sure I will!
Absynthe minded and Monza will be there as well!
as is Ozark Henry, who should be on the list too!

Yasmine
Jul 20th, 2006, 09:20 AM
oh yes Ozark Henry! :woohoo: had listened to one of the songs from him a while ago but I liked it :p

James
Jul 20th, 2006, 09:24 AM
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Belgian_bands_and_artists

The list of Belgian bands and artists from Wikipedia. They have 2 Unlimited on there though. :tape:

^bibi^
Jul 20th, 2006, 10:11 AM
Would you guys put Gabriel Rios in that list? :drool: (Sarah Bettens/K's choice is a must :yeah: )
K's Choice :hearts:

espacially the songs from Cocoon crash :hearts:

^bibi^
Jul 20th, 2006, 10:14 AM
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Belgian_bands_and_artists

The list of Belgian bands and artists from Wikipedia. They have 2 Unlimited on there though. :tape:
:haha: 2 unlimited, it was years and years ago, then they tried to make a second group with the same name but different singers :lol: but it didn't have much success...

James
Jul 20th, 2006, 10:17 AM
:haha: 2 unlimited, it was years and years ago, then they tried to make a second group with the same name but different singers :lol: but it didn't have much success...

But Ray and Anita were Dutch and so were Marion and Romy (the singers who came later). It turns out the producers Phil de Wilde and Jean-Paul de Coster were Belgian though. :lol:

Grohl
Jul 20th, 2006, 06:53 PM
K's Choice :hearts:

espacially the songs from Cocoon crash :hearts:
By far their best album!

20.000 seconds :hearts:

Grohl
Jul 21st, 2006, 06:50 AM
But Ray and Anita were Dutch and so were Marion and Romy (the singers who came later). It turns out the producers Phil de Wilde and Jean-Paul de Coster were Belgian though. :lol:
But that doesn't make a band Belgian, right?!? :shrug:

James
Jul 21st, 2006, 07:06 AM
But that doesn't make a band Belgian, right?!? :shrug:

I don't think so either, no. :lol:

propi
Jul 22nd, 2006, 09:21 AM
:bounce:
Thanks for your help, it all was great the person in question was really happy despite the fact he said that national day isn't celebrated too much up there in Belgium :o
He cooked great food and gave us great beer :drool: :lick:

arn
Jul 22nd, 2006, 09:33 AM
:bounce:
Thanks for your help, it all was great the person in question was really happy despite the fact he said that national day isn't celebrated too much up there in Belgium :o
He cooked great food and gave us great beer :drool: :lick:

Indeed, it's not celebrated as much as in other countries, but every year it's getting more popular. In Brussels it was incredibly crowded yesterday.

So, is your friend Walloon or Flemish? :p Whay did he make you for dinner? :angel:

propi
Jul 22nd, 2006, 09:49 AM
Indeed, it's not celebrated as much as in other countries, but every year it's getting more popular. In Brussels it was incredibly crowded yesterday.

So, is your friend Walloon or Flemish? :p Whay did he make you for dinner? :angel:
He's from a little town near Liège...
It all was really fine, a friend made some Belgian flags which we carried to the house and I made some stickies with your national flags, our names and a joke about the person whose name was written and we put everything in the meeting point before arriving to our destination, funny looks from people we had:o
About the food, it was too much, of course some appetizers, Leffe, sangría (not very belgian but we're in Spain :p) and then the main dishes...
Tomato stuffed with prawns, peach stuffed with tuna, endive and ham rolls with cheese, something called filet americain, what should have upsetted us much more than it did (The guy's girlfrriend didn't want to tell us what it was since it's disgusting in her opinion, at the end it wasn't anything that important).
Then of course http://www.charlestonseafood.com/images/Amazon/Mussels-500.jpg

I was impressed by the hugest meatballs (apparently they're like that up there :eek: ) I've ever seen in my life (something like these)
http://www.jimrogers.com/content/photos/full/bryss_18.jpg

and of course a great dessert:hearts:
http://www.thehotspotonline.com/icecream/main/TheMenu/waffle.JPG
Followed by coffee, chocolates and digestive pills :p

Come-on-kim
Jul 22nd, 2006, 04:45 PM
Indeed, it's not celebrated as much as in other countries, but every year it's getting more popular. In Brussels it was incredibly crowded yesterday.

So, is your friend Walloon or Flemish? :p Whay did he make you for dinner? :angel:
Yeah, my first national celebration was 3 years ago... since then, I never missed one. I always take care I am not leaving on holidays for the national day. I love it!

Yesterday was amazing, so many people for the celebration, firework,...

arn
Jul 23rd, 2006, 10:18 AM
He's from a little town near Liège...
It all was really fine, a friend made some Belgian flags which we carried to the house and I made some stickies with your national flags, our names and a joke about the person whose name was written and we put everything in the meeting point before arriving to our destination, funny looks from people we had:o

:lol:
About the food, it was too much, of course some appetizers, Leffe, sangría (not very belgian but we're in Spain :p) and then the main dishes...
Tomato stuffed with prawns, peach stuffed with tuna, endive and ham rolls with cheese, something called filet americain, what should have upsetted us much more than it did (The guy's girlfrriend didn't want to tell us what it was since it's disgusting in her opinion, at the end it wasn't anything that important).

Good choices cos all really belgian :yeah: When I was in Zaragoza I made endive and ham rolls for my english friends there, it's one of my fav dishes (generally more eaten in winter) Filet Americain is just :drool: I've never seen it outside of Belgium. I eat it every week (several times :angel: ) on bread or toast.

Then of course http://www.charlestonseafood.com/images/Amazon/Mussels-500.jpg
Also really belgian but really disgusting aswell ;)

I was impressed by the hugest meatballs (apparently they're like that up there :eek: ) I've ever seen in my life (something like these)
http://www.jimrogers.com/content/photos/full/bryss_18.jpg

Yep, that's a normal size meatball :D

and of course a great dessert:hearts:
http://www.thehotspotonline.com/icecream/main/TheMenu/waffle.JPG
Followed by coffee, chocolates and digestive pills :p

:drool:

It looks like you really had a taste of belgians best (if prepared well ;) ). How did you like it?

^bibi^
Jul 23rd, 2006, 10:20 AM
He's from a little town near Liège...

:eek: :eek: :eek: Wjat's the name of the town ?? We're from the sameplace :p yo should have said that sooner I could've given you speicifc songs only existing in this small part of the counrty :lol:

^bibi^
Jul 23rd, 2006, 10:23 AM
Yeah, my first national celebration was 3 years ago... since then, I never missed one. I always take care I am not leaving on holidays for the national day. I love it!

Yesterday was amazing, so many people for the celebration, firework,...

I'm 23 and have never been a single time to the celebrations :haha: :haha: :tape:

Josh
Jul 23rd, 2006, 10:51 AM
:eek: :eek: :eek: Wjat's the name of the town ?? We're from the sameplace :p yo should have said that sooner I could've given you speicifc songs only existing in this small part of the counrty :lol:

O ! vos, loûrds tchins di påtriyotes!
Like this one? :D

propi
Jul 23rd, 2006, 11:01 AM
:lol:
Yep, funny, the problem is a meet a bunch of friends and I forgot I had the sticky so I could see them looking at me like if I was silly, of course I had to give a reasonable explanation :cuckoo:


Good choices cos all really belgian :yeah: When I was in Zaragoza I made endive and ham rolls for my english friends there, it's one of my fav dishes (generally more eaten in winter) Filet Americain is just :drool: I've never seen it outside of Belgium. I eat it every week (several times :angel: ) on bread or toast.
Yep, it all was excelent, I was really surprised by the stuffed peach since I not a fan from neither peaches nor tuna, but their combination had a wonderful bittersweet taste, a pleasure for my taste :drool: Endive rolls were nice as well but the shock was the filet, it was on bread but this guy's girlfriend was really scared (as I already said) by the fact of being raw meat so later Sebas (the Belgian in question) told me he was forced to put 350gr of American sauce for 500gr of meat, but he personally prefered with not that much sauce... I guess this is similar to bistec tartar, a dish I really enjoyed the only time I ate it :drool:

Also really belgian but really disgusting aswell ;)
Not a fan from them, so it was the only dish I didn't taste... bad propi, next time I should at least give a try:rolleyes:
Yep, that's a normal size meatball :D Well, that's the size of 6 spanish meatballs together ::eek: but it was really yummy with the tomato sauce and fries, of course :p



:drool:

It looks like you really had a taste of belgians best (if prepared well ;) ). How did you like it?
Waffles :drool: it was incredible, but still the best I've ever tasted was in Brussels, or was it Louvain??? :drool:
So yep, I liked it a lot, you can't complain about your food!!!;)
Hats off for Belgian cuisine (and beers :p) :hatoff:

propi
Jul 23rd, 2006, 11:03 AM
:eek: :eek: :eek: Wjat's the name of the town ?? We're from the sameplace :p yo should have said that sooner I could've given you speicifc songs only existing in this small part of the counrty :lol:
Well I did say it but board mess erased my post :sad: Don't know the exact name of the city but he used to describe it as an isolated place with lots of farms where he had to use his cycle for almost everything :p
But it's great to know about you since my friend's birthday should come early in October... maybe I should tell him I will get in charge of the music :devil::p

^bibi^
Jul 23rd, 2006, 11:05 AM
O ! vos, loûrds tchins di påtriyotes!
Like this one? :D

this doesn't sound like waloon form Liege :p

^bibi^
Jul 23rd, 2006, 11:07 AM
Well I did say it but board mess erased my post :sad: Don't know the exact name of the city but he used to describe it as an isolated place with lots of farms where he had to use his cycle for almost everything :pBut it's great to know about you since my friend's birthday should come early in October... maybe I should tell him I will get in charge of the music :devil::p

It's definitely near my place :haha:

mandy7
Jul 24th, 2006, 09:02 AM
whoever mentioned Milc Inc and Sylver and other bands like that
... THAT'S NOT MUSIC!!!!!!!
and niether is the underdog project
that's just pure RAPE!

Grohl
Jul 24th, 2006, 09:04 AM
http://www.thehotspotonline.com/icecream/main/TheMenu/waffle.JPG

:lick:

Grohl
Jul 24th, 2006, 09:07 AM
I've never celebrated that day,
might be because my grandfather died on that day 8 years ago :sad:


What songs did you put on the cd?

arn
Jul 24th, 2006, 09:10 AM
Waffles :drool: it was incredible, but still the best I've ever tasted was in Brussels, or was it Louvain??? :drool:
So yep, I liked it a lot, you can't complain about your food!!!;)
Hats off for Belgian cuisine (and beers :p) :hatoff:

It was Brussels I think :)

If you want excellent Spanish food you should go to the Guggenheim in Bilboa where I was last week. A menu is +- 18 euros but totally worth the money! Otherwise there's still your mum's paella :drool:

propi
Jul 24th, 2006, 07:08 PM
It was Brussels I think :)

If you want excellent Spanish food you should go to the Guggenheim in Bilboa where I was last week. A menu is +- 18 euros but totally worth the money! Otherwise there's still your mum's paella :drool:
Bilbao museum!! LMAO!!
Actually I was there the week before you and the one before as well visiting some friends who are lucky enough to live there and scape from the hellish heat that rules Zaragoza right now :help:
Yep, they eat really well up in Vasque Country... last time these friends took us to a little "Sidreria" in the mountains surrounding the city, the food, the sights, the company and the Txakoli (I guess you have had to taste it already) were perfect.

propi
Jul 24th, 2006, 07:18 PM
I've never celebrated that day,
might be because my grandfather died on that day 8 years ago :sad:


What songs did you put on the cd?
Songs in the CD... well I followed some of the posts here and the one with the belgian group entry in Wikipedia :p
The problem is I had no sound in my computer so there was no way I could get sure the songs were fine so at the time of playing it there were some little surprises such as wrong songs or songs from radio with the comentator talking, etc. but this is the kind of emotion and tension that makes life more interesting :p
So I tried to put: Manhattan Kaboul (one of my faves since I listened to it 3 years ago :hearts: with Axelle Red and Renaud), Parce que c'est toi (A. Red again), The dinning room (Fluxus), Je t'adore (Kate Ryan, Eurovision spirit :p), Adagio, croire, J'y crois encore and Tout (Lara Fabian a fave of my friend), Hold me in your arm and Pray (Lasgo), Fuck them all and Les mots (Mylène Farmer, fave of mine and his), Ay qué calor (Xandee, I thought bad summer music was just typical from us southerns, bad Belgium!), Nuite blanche (Vive la fête), What's a woman without a man (Vaya con Dios) and Sanomi by Urban Trad, a song everyone in the table knew as runner up in Eurovision :eek:
Next time I will have to make a deeper search for Belgian singing in native languages... oh well I still have another year :)

^bibi^
Jul 25th, 2006, 06:08 PM
whoever mentioned Milc Inc and Sylver and other bands like that
... THAT'S NOT MUSIC!!!!!!!
and niether is the underdog project
that's just pure RAPE!

that's your opinion honey, but there's no need to impose it on others... These lesbians are unbelievable :tape: :lol: (only teasing you, calm down lol)

mandy7
Jul 26th, 2006, 09:10 AM
ok, so me not liking commerical crap like milk inc makes me a lesbian now?
that's an interesting point of view
is it cause i never had sex with my ex bf's with 'music' like that playing in the background

and i am calm :)
ik ga me niet als één of andere relnicht gedragen omdat jij mij zo nodig een lesbo moet noemen :)

James
Jul 26th, 2006, 09:45 AM
ok, so me not liking commerical crap like milk inc makes me a lesbian now?
that's an interesting point of view
is it cause i never had sex with my ex bf's with 'music' like that playing in the background

and i am calm :)
ik ga me niet als één of andere relnicht gedragen omdat jij mij zo nodig een lesbo moet noemen :)

:haha:

arn
Jul 26th, 2006, 10:05 AM
:haha:

I had the same reaction :lol:

arn
Jul 26th, 2006, 10:09 AM
Songs in the CD... well I followed some of the posts here and the one with the belgian group entry in Wikipedia :p
The problem is I had no sound in my computer so there was no way I could get sure the songs were fine so at the time of playing it there were some little surprises such as wrong songs or songs from radio with the comentator talking, etc. but this is the kind of emotion and tension that makes life more interesting :p
So I tried to put: Manhattan Kaboul (one of my faves since I listened to it 3 years ago :hearts: with Axelle Red and Renaud), Parce que c'est toi (A. Red again), The dinning room (Fluxus), Je t'adore (Kate Ryan, Eurovision spirit :p), Adagio, croire, J'y crois encore and Tout (Lara Fabian a fave of my friend), Hold me in your arm and Pray (Lasgo), Fuck them all and Les mots (Mylène Farmer, fave of mine and his), Ay qué calor (Xandee, I thought bad summer music was just typical from us southerns, bad Belgium!), Nuite blanche (Vive la fête), What's a woman without a man (Vaya con Dios) and Sanomi by Urban Trad, a song everyone in the table knew as runner up in Eurovision :eek:
Next time I will have to make a deeper search for Belgian singing in native languages... oh well I still have another year :)

Some good choices considering your friend is Walloon. Especially because it seems your friend has the typical Walloon liking of music aswell.

I thought Belgium was famous for it's bad summer (dance) music :shrug: :tape:

mandy7
Jul 26th, 2006, 10:13 AM
I had the same reaction :lol:

am i being laughed at or are you 2 just thinking that was funny? :unsure:

James
Jul 26th, 2006, 10:18 AM
am i being laughed at or are you 2 just thinking that was funny? :unsure:

I thought it was funny. :p

arn
Jul 26th, 2006, 10:20 AM
I thought it was funny. :p

I, again, second that ;)

mandy7
Jul 26th, 2006, 10:36 AM
okay, good

*starts headbanging to 'walk on water' *

James
Jul 26th, 2006, 10:39 AM
okay, good

*starts headbanging to 'walk on water' *

There is actually a Milk Inc track called "Go to hell". It might be useful for you to use on occasion. ;)

arn
Jul 26th, 2006, 10:59 AM
There is actually a Milk Inc track called "Go to hell". It might be useful for you to use on occasion. ;)

You do realise it's not good for your image knowing this kind of stuff? :p

mandy7
Jul 26th, 2006, 11:20 AM
i only really know one song
but if you know one of those songs, you know them all
they're clones of one another

James
Jul 26th, 2006, 11:23 AM
You do realise it's not good for your image knowing this kind of stuff? :p

It's worse than that, I actually have downloaded that track. :p

arn
Jul 26th, 2006, 11:25 AM
It's worse than that, I actually have downloaded that track. :p

:eek: You can only save yourself now by saying things like; It was a bet, I downloaded it for a quiz, a friend asked me to,..... :unsure:

James
Jul 26th, 2006, 11:26 AM
:eek: You can only save yourself now by saying things like; It was a bet, I downloaded it for a quiz, a friend asked me to,..... :unsure:

I really like that track.

Oh wait, that wasn't one of the options, now was it? :o :tape:

mandy7
Jul 26th, 2006, 11:32 AM
oh god, james went mad :cuckoo:
on his b-day! :eek:
how old did ya turn mate?

arn
Jul 26th, 2006, 11:34 AM
I really like that track.

Oh wait, that wasn't one of the options, now was it? :o :tape:

I never heard it, so maybe it's one of their ''''''''''''''''''good''''''''''''''' songs (why don't I believe myself when I'm saying this? :tape: )