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#1
Im looking for instrumental music again

it doesn't have to be quite and soft, but i want some easy-hearing(?) but yet interesting music such as game,movie,anime,ads themes/background music.

it doesnt have to be band type of music.

can anyone recommend me some good instrumental music as i decribed above??

I also like one instrumental music as well such as piano songs

but doesnt have to be, cuz i also like multiple instrumental songs


thx in advance
#2
Various Yanni songs

I also find Hans Zimmer's The Last Samurai ST to be calming and refreshing

Ill think of more and post
#4
Debussy.
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#5
A lot of Omar Rodriguez Lopez's solo albums are calming to me, though they probably shouldn't be.
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#6
JS Bach, Prelude 1 from WTC I. One of the most simple, yet subtly complex pieces of music ever written.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w03EKJjOTJE

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#7
Buckethead's "Electric Tears."
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#8
You should definitely check out Scale The Summit.
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#12
Zbogom, Ajda.

Think GY!BE without too much superfluous ambient shite and epic climaxes. Take the good with the bad.
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#14
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPNktD9ep0U

really, trust me, this suits perfectly, such a beautiful song in my opinion.
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#16
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you should listen to post rock, theres a group on facebook which has a massive collection of songs you'll find more than enough there


This. Bands such as God is an Astronaut, Godspeed ye black emperor, 65daysofstatic, Explosions in the Sky and of course Sigur Ros.

^ Scale the Summit is a good call too
#17
I really love Akira Yamaoka. He is the composer of the Silent Hill series. His music is just beautiful.
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This. Bands such as God is an Astronaut, Godspeed ye black emperor, 65daysofstatic, Explosions in the Sky and of course Sigur Ros.

^ Scale the Summit is a good call too

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Seriously though, I saw 65DOS live. It blew my mind.
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#23
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Buckethead's "Electric Tears."
I was going to say that.

But seriously, I just bought the album last night off of iTunes, and it's awesome. It could be what you're looking for.
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#24
Buckethead - Electric Tears
the whole album, two guitars, one bucket.


edit: damn it
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#25
Lot of Joe Satriani stuff like Time Machine, Flying in a Blue Dream, Engines of Creation, Champagne?, and plenty others. Most things him and Steve Vai does on Lydian or Mixolydian are nice and calming instrumental music.
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#30
Post rock/Ambience <3

Eluvium for really calm stuff.
Explosions in the sky (Earth is not a cold dead place album is probably the most clean). My two favourites.
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#31
[quote="'[x"]Huffy[x]']God? Is that you?

Seriously though, I saw 65DOS live. It blew my mind.

mate i saw them a few months ago and went mainly on the knowledge that they are a renowned post rock band (what they play now is a bit different but its still there i guess), it turned out to be one of the best gigs i've ever been to, whatta band!
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Brian Eno - An Ending


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this.
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#37
Buckethead's "Colma" album

Aphex Twin's Selected Ambient Works 85-92, and Selected Ambient Works Vol. 2 for a darker group of songs.

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#38
Been listening to Moondog's "A New Sound of an Old Instrument". Very calm, very weird.
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#40
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