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Your Top 5 Favorite Thai Pop Songs

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What are your favorite Thai Pop songs?

Mine are;

1 Hyper - เธอง่ายเอง (Ter ngai eng)

2 ป้าง นครินทร์ (Parng Nakarin) ทำอะไรสักอย่าง (Tum arai suk yang)

3 Palmy - Stay

4 Hyper - ข้ารักเอ็ง (Kah ruk aeng)

5 Peacemaker - เรื่องบนเตียง (Rueng bon tieng)

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It's impossible to pick a favorite from a pile of non-inventive, creatively empty, insipid rubbish. Mostly musically borrowed from the same non-inventive, creatively empty, insipid rubbish vomited out on mainstream radio in the west.

Thai language just doesn't sound good with Western style music anyway.

Some of the Issan folky music sounds good.

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It's impossible to pick a favorite from a pile of non-inventive, creatively empty, insipid rubbish. Mostly musically borrowed from the same non-inventive, creatively empty, insipid rubbish vomited out on mainstream radio in the west.

Thai language just doesn't sound good with Western style music anyway.

Some of the Issan folky music sounds good.

'Up to you' but I like Thai pop/indie and think that the Thai language suits Thai pop perfectly.

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It's impossible to pick a favorite from a pile of non-inventive, creatively empty, insipid rubbish. Mostly musically borrowed from the same non-inventive, creatively empty, insipid rubbish vomited out on mainstream radio in the west.

Thai language just doesn't sound good with Western style music anyway.

Some of the Issan folky music sounds good.

'Up to you' but I like Thai pop/indie and think that the Thai language suits Thai pop perfectly.

has there been 5 different tunes ? they all sound the same ,every song i hear i can whistle the tune straight away :o

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I hv some that i like, but i can only sing them (in a strange language, similar to thai)

i hv no clue of the tittles, or artists.. :o

haha

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Big Ass เล่นของสูง Len khong soong

Silly Fools จิ๊จ๊ะ Ji ja

Silly Fools น้ำลาย Nam lai

Pang Nakarin ทำอะไรสักอย่าง Tam arai suk yang

Hyper รู้เห็นเป็นใจ Roo hen pen jai

Some other bands I like too, overall Silly Fools is my favorite. Thai music is great, especially when you see the band live with a fun crowd. :o

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theres this one song by this young girl about a panda,that is so annoying its kind of cool."mee panda,mee pandaaaaa"

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kayup komasi -an all time great

borg noy di my---Nantida

I once built a recording studio for simply red who were fascinated to hear the Thai music casettes I had in my car.

The most romantic and for me the best music in this world is Thai music

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Big Ass เล่นของสูง Len khong soong

Silly Fools จิ๊จ๊ะ Ji ja

Silly Fools น้ำลาย Nam lai

Pang Nakarin ทำอะไรสักอย่าง Tam arai suk yang

Hyper รู้เห็นเป็นใจ Roo hen pen jai

Some other bands I like too, overall Silly Fools is my favorite. Thai music is great, especially when you see the band live with a fun crowd. :D

Good choices. I never paid much attention to 'Silly Fools' but I've just had a listen to the two you mentioned and they are good. Hyper is my favorite Thai band.

paulsmithson said;

I once built a recording studio for simply red who were fascinated to hear the Thai music casettes I had in my car.

The most romantic and for me the best music in this world is Thai music

Respect :o

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I once built a recording studio for simply red

was that the Smithsonian Museum ????

:o

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simply red who were fascinated to hear the Thai music casettes I had in my car

:o

Explains alot.

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It's impossible to pick a favorite from a pile of non-inventive, creatively empty, insipid rubbish. Mostly musically borrowed from the same non-inventive, creatively empty, insipid rubbish vomited out on mainstream radio in the west.

Thai language just doesn't sound good with Western style music anyway.

Some of the Issan folky music sounds good.

'Up to you' but I like Thai pop/indie and think that the Thai language suits Thai pop perfectly.

has there been 5 different tunes ? they all sound the same ,every song i hear i can whistle the tune straight away :o

I'm in agreement here i'm afraid. Thai folk is ok as is their country music (ok) but their pop music is just the pits. How so many artists (!) can make it on the radio whilst singing out of key is beyond me.

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