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  • Best keyboard riffs from the 90s and 00s?

    I'm looking for some suggestions. What are the best keyboard riffs from the 90s and 00s that are recognizable by a large audience?

  • #2
    The ones they stole from the 80s.

    ComputerMusicGuide.com

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    • #3
      Tubular bells (or was that the 70's, been so long I forget)
      The further away I am, the better I sound....

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      • #4
        Clocks.
        Hurrr. Derp, derp, derp.

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        • #5
          Wasn't exactly a banner decade for keyboard riffs was it?

          VH-1's greatest hits of the 90's... the list...

          1.Nirvana - "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (1991, #6 US)
          2.U2 - "One" (1991, #10 US)
          3.Backstreet Boys - "I Want It That Way" (1999, #6 US)
          4.Whitney Houston - "I Will Always Love You" (1992, #1 US)
          5.Madonna - "Vogue" (1990, #1 US)
          6.Sir Mix-A-Lot - "Baby Got Back" (1992, #1 US)
          7.Britney Spears - "...Baby One More Time" (1999, #1 US)
          8.TLC - "Waterfalls" (1994, #1 US)
          9.R.E.M. - "Losing My Religion" (1991, #4 US)
          10.Sin

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          • #6
            So far I've got Jamiroquai - Virtual Insanity and Daft Punk - Around The World. Can't think of anything else other than dance songs...

            Can be anything really. R&B, pop, hiphop, etc. As long as it's popular with a big audience.

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            • #7
              Uh, Tubular Bells came out in 1973.
              And it's based on Mike Oldfield's guitar playing.

              How about Trouble by Coldplay?

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              • #8
                Pretty sure that Haddaway's "What Is Love?" will be remembered by future alien races as the greatest music composition planet Earth had to offer between the 90's and 00's. This decade doesn't count, as they are planning on blowing us up next year and blasting this song on a megaphone as they do so.
                Hard: JP-8000, MC-505, R3, microSTATION, Moog Theremin, miniKP, Ineko, Bitrman
                Soft: Ableton Live 8, Korg Legacy Collection, FM8, D16 Classic Boxes/SilverLine Collection

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                • #9
                  Pretty sure that Haddaway's "What Is Love?" will be remembered by future alien races as the greatest music composition planet Earth had to offer between the 90's and 00's. This decade doesn't count, as they are planning on blowing us up next year and blasting this song on a megaphone as they do so.


                  Great one!

                  Also found other ones:

                  Daft Punk - Da Funk
                  Jamiroquai - Virtual Insanity
                  MC Hammer - U Can't Touch This
                  2Pac - California Love
                  Dr. Dre - Nuthin' But a G Thang (?)

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                  • #10
                    Kronos, Fant.G8, PC3X, K2500RS, A6, Q, M3-61, Fant.X7, Motif 8, EX5(x2), V-Synth, K2000(x2), D50, JD800, JD990, JP8080, XP30, MC909, MC505, JX-10, JX-305, TR-707, Juno 1, DR-202, Radias, Triton Pro, Wavest. SR, EMX1, ESX1, ER-1, EA-1, R3, Poly 800, RS7000, FS1R (x2), RM1X, AN200, DX200, QY70, QY100, K5000S, OB-12, Maschine,ASR10,ASR88,ASR-X Pro, EPS,Virus B, Equinox,E-Mu XL-7,MiniAK, Synthstation,X-Station, XioSynth,TG33,Venom,V50,UltraNova,Z1,Spark,Moog LP Stage II, JP8000,Tetra,Supernova 2.

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                    • #11
                      AIR
                      http://soundcloud.com/donchesson

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                      • #12
                        Drops of Jupiter - Train
                        P E A C E

                        "A band that is not appearing is disappearing" -- Art Blakey

                        "If you can't play the blues you might as well hang it up" -- Dexter Gordon

                        http://myspace.com/boomboomdrumsYamaha Stage Custom Drum Kit (Marina Green)
                        Ziljain, Paiste, Wuhan Cymbals
                        1972 Slingerland wood Snare Drum
                        KORG TR keyboard
                        Cubase LE
                        Tascam US-122 USB Interface
                        George Steck Baby Grand Piano

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                        • #13
                          Great one!

                          Also found other ones:

                          Daft Punk - Da Funk
                          Jamiroquai - Virtual Insanity
                          MC Hammer - U Can't Touch This
                          2Pac - California Love
                          Dr. Dre - Nuthin' But a G Thang (?)


                          It somehow took me about twenty years to realize this, but Haddaway's "What Is Love" totally ripped off "Halcyon" by Orbital. Not sure why this never registered with me before. Nostalgia don't hurt me, no more.
                          Hard: JP-8000, MC-505, R3, microSTATION, Moog Theremin, miniKP, Ineko, Bitrman
                          Soft: Ableton Live 8, Korg Legacy Collection, FM8, D16 Classic Boxes/SilverLine Collection

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                          • #14
                            Man it is hard for me to think about the 90's. I was addicted to country at the time.

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                            • #15
                              I liked the synth solo in that remix of Mike Posner's "Cooler Than Me" that pop radio hammered into the ground.

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