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What songs gets you in the zone?
I listened to witcher soundtracks, celtic music , irish pub music , metal, power metal ( all of the popular bands ) , folk rock but I started to get bored of them . I’m opened to everything that sounds good

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    I like some $uicideboy$ esque rap or screech trap to get me hyped up and in the zone, but I usually listen to lo fi or something chill.
  • 1
    @Stuxnet I loved lo fi and chill at first till I had 12 hours code session / day for 1 full week and I started to hate this kind of music since then .
    It happens to me again with witcher soundtracks and celtic music .
  • 2
    I've been listening to the album "Divenire" from Ludovico Einaudi a lot recently.
  • 1
    For maximum concentration, I put "John Cage - 4:33" in repeat mode.
  • 1
    "The hu" is great they only have two songs 'wolf totem' and another which name is to complicated to say
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    1.Listen to Dayz Gone theme and
    2.cry.
    3.Repeat step 1 if you come out of 2
  • 0
    60s and 70s rock does it for me..
  • 1
    @Codex404 yuve yuve yu is not that complicated to say you know 🤔
  • 2
    And I listen to Five Finger Death Punch. Specifically album Wrong Side of Heaven volume 2 (with blue background).

    Also, Eternal Saga album by Antti Martikainen
  • 0
    @irene I know, but I didn't remember the title because it's not English words like "Wolftotem"
  • 3
    you know its beginning seem like we need to have a wkxxx-music tag to go along with the weekly rant.
  • 1
    I'm often listening:
    0) epic music compilations
    1) electro swing compilations / Grammatik style
    2) Aussie hip-hop playlists - Drapth, Hilltop Hoods etc.
    3) Very old music, like '30s and '40s

    Every of them gives me power and focus on tasks, but final decision of "what to listen" depends on day :)
  • 1
    @BuggedDebugger music from the 20ties and 30ties have such warm humour and puns. Dig it too.
    https://youtube.com/user/...
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    @heyheni thanks a lot, I've listened only few of them already, but will listen full playlist in monday :)
  • 2
    From techno to classical, anything with a strong beat and little or no lyrics (with a few exceptions e.g. uptown funk)
  • 1
    lofi channels on spotify/youtube
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    Two Steps From Hell
    They're studio which composes music for movies and trailers. As well as releasing their own music. Mostly non vocals
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