#1
i cant think of any, and need it for an assignment

drop some songs to check out please
#2
BOOM

thats it.

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#6
Mission Impossible comes to mind, it's in 5/4. Stream of Consciousness by Dream Theater alternates between 5/4 and 4/4. Oh yeah, and Take Five.

And Fives by Guthrie Govan.
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#7
Fives by Guthrie Govan.

5/4
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#8
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Flam·boy·ant
French, from participle of flamboyer to flame
1:Characterized by waving curves suggesting flames
2:Marked by or given to strikingly elaborate or colorful display or behavior

#9
Panic Attack - Dream Theater has a bunch of 5/8 in it, I believe.
I think it's time for a change.



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#13
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the glorious nosebleed by circa survive. 5/8 and some 9/8

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#14
Finger Eleven - Quicksand
Technically, i would say it's in 11/8, but you could just as easily see it as a combination of 5/8 and 6/8
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#16
Quote by Okeefe Is Legit
He's asking for 5/8. 5/4 would translate into 10/8


Isnt 5/4 5/8 @ half speed? Im a theory noob, so iidk...
#18
Quote by luv090909
Isnt 5/4 5/8 @ half speed? Im a theory noob, so iidk...


yep.
in 5/4 the quarter note gets the beat,
in 5/8 the eight note gets the beat,
but there are still 5 beats per measure.
....i think.

Flam·boy·ant
French, from participle of flamboyer to flame
1:Characterized by waving curves suggesting flames
2:Marked by or given to strikingly elaborate or colorful display or behavior

#19
Quote by Mr. Rittard
yep.
in 5/4 the quarter note gets the beat,
in 5/8 the eight note gets the beat,
but there are still 5 beats per measure.
....i think.