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    Re: Pagan Music

    I have to say the album "Mother Earth" by Within Temptation always got my motor running (the song Mother Earth is what actually turned me into a pagan fanatic. lol)

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    Re: Pagan Music

    First of all, I can't believe no-one has posted Agalloch yet. If you're in to folk metal at all, you've got to know them as they're near the best out there. Look up "Into the painted gray" and "In the shadow of our pale companion," two of their best songs.

    Also, another band that's NOT metal, and not exactly pagan, but has a very earthy pagan feel to it: Fleet Foxes. They write songs about the earth and humans and simple things. They also use a variety of folk instruments, and their songwriting skills are superb. I've been obsessed with them for the last few weeks because their songs always make me feel a little closer to the earth, happy and sad at the same time. I can't describe it properly, just check them out!

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    The Cruxshadows have a lot of occult and pagan themes in their music and get quite spiritual. Whether you're trying to stir thought or get further in touch with the divine, they are excellent.

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    Re: Pagan Music

    There's several Pagan bands I love listening to, honestly.

    Like there's Velvet Hammer. Velvet Hammer has to be one of my most favorite Pagan bands I've ever listened to in my life. I especially love "Come Down" and "Four Directions".

    I also love listening to Damh the Bard. One of my favorite songs by him is "Spirit of Albion", and then there's "Cauldron Born"...

    Another thing I like to do is look for Pagan radio stations on the internet. I used to love listening to Pagan Radio Network, but that one shut down... Now I'm looking for other Pagan radio stations to listen to that have just as much variety as PRN did.

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    Re: Pagan Music

    Quote Originally Posted by Darrel View Post
    Where can I download some good Pagan music for free?
    I think long gone are the days of free music download websites. Your best bet would be to search for pagan musicians by name, and see if they post any free downloads on their official website or the record label's website. Otherwise, there's plenty of pagan music on youtube, you can just look up one musician and scroll through all the recommended videos on the side, and collect a playlist of it.

    If those options don't seem appealing, all that's left is to do the proper thing and support the musicians by buying their music. Music takes time, and to give musicians more time to make music, and less time working their "actual" money making jobs, buying their music is the best thing one can do.

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    Re: Pagan Music

    Quote Originally Posted by toxicyarnglare View Post
    I think long gone are the days of free music download websites. Your best bet would be to search for pagan musicians by name, and see if they post any free downloads on their official website or the record label's website. Otherwise, there's plenty of pagan music on youtube, you can just look up one musician and scroll through all the recommended videos on the side, and collect a playlist of it.

    If those options don't seem appealing, all that's left is to do the proper thing and support the musicians by buying their music. Music takes time, and to give musicians more time to make music, and less time working their "actual" money making jobs, buying their music is the best thing one can do.
    Exactly. I generally refuse to even buy mp3s unless what I'm looking for is long out of print. It really irks me when people call themselves fans and have not spent so much as a single cent upon the music of the artist they claim to enjoy the works of.

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    Re: Pagan Music

    How about Faun? They're pretty good. Or Wendy Rule, some of her stuff is excellent.

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    Re: Pagan Music

    Quote Originally Posted by LadyDorothy View Post
    I have to say the album "Mother Earth" by Within Temptation always got my motor running (the song Mother Earth is what actually turned me into a pagan fanatic. lol)
    You have good taste.
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    Re: Pagan Music

    Quote Originally Posted by LadyDorothy View Post
    I have to say the album "Mother Earth" by Within Temptation always got my motor running (the song Mother Earth is what actually turned me into a pagan fanatic. lol)
    Haha I love that album!

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