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    Hi people, i've got 3 pieces of coursework to hand in by thursday; done 1.

    The problem is that i can only work at night! i know it sounds strange :p: .

    Anyways, i'm accompanied with some energy drinks and just need a good selection of music to pass me by during those 'doze off' moments.

    any suggestions?

    Thanks!

    (if it is relevent at all, the subject is iMedia. :o: )
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    If you don't want to doze off,some loud music would be a good start.
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    Billy Joel
    or some Michael Jackson
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    Slipknot. Full volume. /thread
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    Keep knocking back those Rockstar/Monster energy drinks and you'll be pretty much buzzing.
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    As mentioned above, Michael Jackson would be brilliant. There's nothing like a bit of 'Wanna be starting something' to get you motivated'! (but perhaps you should be getting on with the coursework, instead of procrastianting on TSR? Actually, that's a bit hypocritical of me, because I'm doing exactly the same thing!)
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    (Original post by awais590)
    The problem is that i can only work at night! i know it sounds strange :p:
    I am EXACTLY the same. I usually start at about half past nine or ten o'clock, as before then I can't concentrate at all.

    However, does music really help you work? I find myself singing along or writing the lyrics in my work... but then maybe I'm just an idiot :o:

    In my breaks I play Sigur Ros, Coldplay and Hellogoodbye which really help me relax, but
    (Original post by raceforthefishman)
    Billy Joel
    is definitely the best suggestion so far :yep: :love:
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    I recommend Emilie Autumn's album Unlaced
    Electric violins ftw!

    Or Emilie Autumn's album Opheliac

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    Thanks for all the comments and suggestions so far!
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    (Original post by awais590)
    Hi people, i've got 3 pieces of coursework to hand in by thursday; done 1.

    The problem is that i can only work at night! i know it sounds strange :p: .

    Anyways, i'm accompanied with some energy drinks and just need a good selection of music to pass me by during those 'doze off' moments.

    any suggestions?

    Thanks!

    (if it is relevent at all, the subject is iMedia. :o: )
    I am exactly the same as this!.....i can only really concentrate at night!......Upbeat songs are always good to listen to because they help you feel more awake..........artful dodger - summer jam is one of the songs i listen to a lot when i'm doing work late at night........
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    These New Puritans. That **** does crazy things to your brain that won't let you sleep.

    Alternatively, loads of dance music?

    Or heavy metal. I recommend Rammstein. :yep:

    ...I could go on at length, really.
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    (Original post by awais590)
    Thanks for all the comments and suggestions so far!
    I have an ultimate coursework playlist which basically has all the awesome MJs, awesome 90's/early 2000's tunes like 'hey mickey' etc oh lol

    80's classics, anything that has a tune but quick enough to keep you thinking... 'listen to love'

    And power nap for 5mins occassionally lol

    2 pieces of Cw... 9pm-4am 6-7am re-read for spelling stuff
    and just do that twice
    lol
    Good luck!!!
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    bit of tempz would certainly get you on a hype ting

    'swingggggg...bangggggg him!!'

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GJL1Y2XVRc

    or a bit of the saturdays
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    You're just like me,
    I work better at night as well.
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    Whack on some dance music - Hed Kandi or something like that should keep you buzzing
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    you want super-duper catchy songs- ie, ones like:
    Feeder- Buck Rogers,
    Bele & Sebastien - The Boy with the Arab Strap
    ABBA- S.O.S [then you can have a little boogie as a break :P]
    Feist- Mushaboom
    Ash- Burn Baby Burn
    Foo Fighters -eg, Everlong, All My Life
    Kings of Leon- The Bucket
    Saves the Day- Can't Stay The Same
    Maximo Park- Apply Some Pressure
    Stereophonics - Pick a Part That's New
    Strokes- Hard to Explain
    Fightstar- Mercury Summer

    [just a selection of the songs that help me in my late-evening work sessions ]
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    (Original post by Colour Me Pretty)
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    You're just like me,
    I work better at night as well.
    Canterbury :love:
    my friends and i have our own mini Canterbury-Appreciation Society after seeing them supporting Billy Talent
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    (Original post by areyoucool/symmetrical?)
    bit of tempz would certainly get you on a hype ting

    'swingggggg...bangggggg him!!'

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GJL1Y2XVRc
    o m g. the greatest thing i have ever heard. :w00t:
    or are the energy drinks talking? :w00t:
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    I prefer instrumental (or at least with minimal words) stuff when I'm trying to work; usually Dream Theater or somesuch.
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    (Original post by AmiiRainbow)
    Canterbury :love:
    my friends and i have our own mini Canterbury-Appreciation Society after seeing them supporting Billy Talent
    They're amazing aren't they ?
    They're supposed to be supporting Twin Atlantic on their tour.
 
 
 

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