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Second Skin -- Widespread Panic -- Earth to America

Uh dude, you don't have to post each track...playlist it or somethin'

My current...

post #162 of 418
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Uh dude, you don't have to post each track...playlist it or somethin'

My current...

Smith -- ha -- don't make me break out the BÖC!


Posting three tracks in as many weeks? Oh yes I do.

Running -- Preston Reed -- Ladies Night

In our desire to impose form on the world we have lost the capacity to see the form that is there;
and in that lies not liberation but alienation, the cutting off from things as they really are. --...

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post #163 of 418
So Much Things To Say -- Bob Marley -- Exodus (Remastered)

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So Much Things To Say -- Bob Marley -- Exodus (Remastered)

Rastafari.

You might want to check out this Bob Marley doc titled "Bob Marley - Time Will Tell". Very good view of this great musician and humanitarian.
post #165 of 418
"Under Pressure"- Queen and David Bowie.
post #166 of 418
Straight Outta Lynwood by "Weird Al" Yankovic and Aerials by SOAD.
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post #167 of 418
"I'm Thinking"

In the Shelter -- Jimmy Buffett -- Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes
Please Forgive Us -- 10,000 Maniacs -- Blind Man's Zoo
Wise Up -- Aimee Mann -- Aimee Mann Live At St. Ann's Warehouse
Down To The River To Pray -- Alison Krauss -- O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Shelter from the Storm -- Bob Dylan -- Blood On the Tracks
Waiting for My Real Life to Begin -- Colin Hay -- Man @ Work
Southern Cross -- Crosby, Stills & Nash -- Daylight Again
Long Ride Home -- Patty Griffin -- 1000 Kisses
This Woman's Work -- Kate Bush -- The Sensual World
Forgiveness -- Patty Griffin -- Living with Ghosts
One Day I Walk -- Bruce Cockburn -- Circles In the Stream
Daylight -- Alison Krauss & Union Station -- New Favorite
Lord of the Starfields -- Bruce Cockburn -- Circles In the Stream
One Love/People Get Ready -- Bob Marley -- Exodus (Remastered)
All the Diamonds In the World -- Bruce Cockburn -- Circles In the Stream

In our desire to impose form on the world we have lost the capacity to see the form that is there;
and in that lies not liberation but alienation, the cutting off from things as they really are. --...

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post #168 of 418
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dmz, too bad you don't (AFAIK) live in Los Angeles. You'd love Largo.
post #169 of 418
I bought two CDs last weekend.

The first is from a group called DragonForce. On of my friends told me that the Liquid Tension Experiment CD I let him borrow once reminded him of DragonForce. Remind me to punch him. This is Ynqwie gone horribly wrong. . . I guess I should have known from the name of the band!

The next is BHaR. I must be the last person on the boat here, especially given that not long ago I felt I must have been the only person in America to have heard of Muse, much less own their albums. I heard Starlight and Supermassive Black Hole on the radio months ago. I like neither all that much, but fortunately I found that these are the two weakest tracks on the album. Of all things, this is now my favorite Muse album, and I even will go so far to say that I think it's better than anything Radiohead have ever done. The only thing that would have taken it to that next step of brilliance would have been if there were a backstory threaded together throughout the album about unrest on Earth following a privatized colonization of Mars. To be fair, it would only take the changing of, like, 20 words in album's complete lyrics to get this done.
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post #170 of 418
One Day I Walk -- Bruce Cockburn -- High Winds White Sky

In our desire to impose form on the world we have lost the capacity to see the form that is there;
and in that lies not liberation but alienation, the cutting off from things as they really are. --...

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In our desire to impose form on the world we have lost the capacity to see the form that is there;
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post #171 of 418
Behind Blue Eyes -- The Who -- Who's Next

In our desire to impose form on the world we have lost the capacity to see the form that is there;
and in that lies not liberation but alienation, the cutting off from things as they really are. --...

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In our desire to impose form on the world we have lost the capacity to see the form that is there;
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post #172 of 418
Arctic Monkeys. I have all of their albums on shuffle right now. They are all fantastic and it would be a shame to just list one song.
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post #173 of 418
"Umbrella"- Rihanna-- probably the greatest song ever.

Ever.

.......Ever.
post #174 of 418
(With apologies to Jack Butler)

Agitato, a-moll -- Nicolò Paganini -- 24 capricci per violino solo, op. 1

In our desire to impose form on the world we have lost the capacity to see the form that is there;
and in that lies not liberation but alienation, the cutting off from things as they really are. --...

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In our desire to impose form on the world we have lost the capacity to see the form that is there;
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post #175 of 418
"Icky Thump" -The White Stripes

The album!
post #176 of 418
after seeing this thread Morality: Big Questions (please take no offense groverat) I had a mental breakdown, needed to reboot with these;

Moving Pictures by Rush (entire album, but particularly Witch Hunt)
Jesus, Liar, White Queen, Father to Son, The March of the Black Queen by Queen (I/II)
Sheep by Pink Floyd (Animals)
Close to the Edge, The Gates of Delirium, I've Seen All Good People by Yes
Eldorado Overture, Can't Get It Out Of My Head by ELO
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post #177 of 418
Rickover's Dream [Live] -- Michael Hedges -- Beyond Boundaries: Guitar Solos

In our desire to impose form on the world we have lost the capacity to see the form that is there;
and in that lies not liberation but alienation, the cutting off from things as they really are. --...

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post #178 of 418
Null.
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Þ & þ are called "Thorn" & þey represent þe sound you've associated "th" wiþ since þe 13þ or 14þ century. I'm bringing it back.
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post #179 of 418


1. Sat'day Night In The City Of The Dead
2. Life At Rainbow's End(For All The Tax Exiles On Main Street)
3. Slip Away
4. I Want To Be A Machine
5. Wide Boys
6. Dangerous Rhythm
7. The Lonely Hunter


Early video performance.
post #180 of 418
One Way Street -- Aerosmith -- Aerosmith

In our desire to impose form on the world we have lost the capacity to see the form that is there;
and in that lies not liberation but alienation, the cutting off from things as they really are. --...

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post #181 of 418
Good Monsters -- Jars of Clay -- Good Monsters

In our desire to impose form on the world we have lost the capacity to see the form that is there;
and in that lies not liberation but alienation, the cutting off from things as they really are. --...

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In our desire to impose form on the world we have lost the capacity to see the form that is there;
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post #182 of 418
I just picked up Mat Kearney's Nothing Left To Lose. For the most part, I like it very much.
MacBook Pro 15" (Unibody)/2.4GHz Core 2 Duo/2 GB RAM/250GB HD/SuperDrive
iMac 20"/2 GHz Core 2 Duo/2 GB RAM/250 GB/SuperDrive
PowerBook G4 12"/1 GHz/1.25 GB RAM/60GB/Combo
iMac G3 333 MHz/96 MB...

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MacBook Pro 15" (Unibody)/2.4GHz Core 2 Duo/2 GB RAM/250GB HD/SuperDrive
iMac 20"/2 GHz Core 2 Duo/2 GB RAM/250 GB/SuperDrive
PowerBook G4 12"/1 GHz/1.25 GB RAM/60GB/Combo
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"Soul to Squeeze" -RHCP.
post #185 of 418
Freshkills' "creeps and lovers"
From Monument To Masses' The Impossible Leap
Phonograph's "Watch and Ward" and "In Your Mind"
Cardinale's "31.13"
The Bravery "No Brakes"
TV on the Radio's "Wolf Like Me" and "Let the Devil In"
The Go Betweens's Ocean's Apart
Death Cab for Cutie Plans

Always The Dandy Warhols and Luna's Penthouse (the latter a near-perfect record, if you like that kind of poetic slow rock). I went through a period listening to the The Clash's first album a while back. (I can't beleive the 70's punk renaissance, especially in some inner city neighborhoods in NYC.)

Hey, anyone out there ever here of a band called Self Control, on the Dancing Sideways label? They made an EP back in 1980 or 81, with a great song called Elastic ("Credit cards and new suburban bus passes...Everywhere I turn the people are of stone, the souvenirs are plastic...the further I go the tighter the elastic, pulling me back to stop, pulling me back to stop" are some of the lines I remember.

Damn, I just went to look for their 45--here's what I found (all 45s). Too bad I don't have a turntable--some of these are not on the albums:
Fad Gadget: Fireside Chat/Insecticide
The Flying Lizards: Money
Au Pairs: Diet/It's Obvious (a great song about gender!)
That Petrol Emotion: Keen/Great depression on a slum night
Bauhaus: Terror couple kill colonel
Sleepers: Mirror/Theory
The Monochrome Set: Apocalypso
The Eyes: TAQN (Take a Qualuude Now)
Metal Boys: Sweet Marilyn
Manucured Noise: Faith/Freetime (great record)
They must be Russians: Air to breathe
The Maggots: Tammy Wynette
Metal Urbain: Hysteria connective
The Pagans: Dead end America/Little black egg (another great record)

the rest are even more obscure/quirky (Anoynous' Snake Attack, Filmcast's cover of What becomes of the brokenhearted?. Zru Vogue) or well known (Kleenex, the Go Gos, etc) to bother listing

Finally, James Blood Ulmer: Are you glad to be in America (some things don't change!)
post #186 of 418
OK ya young whipper snappers, I'll play. This is the music on the old dude's(me) shuffle at the moment... Big snippets from each of these albums.

MOVE - Shazam
Billy Joe Shaver - Unshaven, Live at Smith's Olde Bar
John Coltrane - Blue Train
SUNN 0))) - flight of the behemoth
Sneaker Pimps - Becoming X
Anna Netrebko - La Traviata (w/R. Villazon... catch these two performing live together if possible.)
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post #187 of 418
"Astral Weeks"- Van the Man.

Hands down my favorite album ever. And also subject of the most awesome critical review ever.
post #188 of 418
I've surprisingly enough have recently got into Fall Out Boy, after thinking it could never happen (I used to regard them as unlistenable along with My Chemical Romance). Muse are really good (Being slow, I've only just really discovered them ), will probably purchase their album sooner or later. Kings of Leon, Modest Mouse are also heavily featured on rotation as are Bloc Party and Hard-Fi.

On the hip-hop side is Lupe Fiasco and Method Man. Also I really like Musiq Soulchild and John Legend.

And they all stay on the old iPod shuffle [obligatory Apple plug].
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post #189 of 418
"Silver Lining" by Rilo Kiley off the new album. I can def see myself on a beach corona in hand listening to this one. :-)
post #190 of 418
While working and surfing AI. I listen to "Why I sing the Blues" by B. B. King from his Greatest Hits album.
post #191 of 418
"With Every Heartbeat" -Robyn

This song kills me every time. It's flirting with #1 in the UK right now. I'd say the video is probably my favorite of the year. I just love Robyn. 10 years ago she released those great 90's pop songs "Show Me Love" and "Do You Know What It Takes" with fellow Swede Max Martin. Now she's on her own label and is the queen of the indie-electronica/dance scene, writing her own songs and collaborating with hot indie electronica artists. I just love her voice, her pint-sized elfin looks, and her vulnerable lyrics- her whole personality charms me every time.

"My Rights vs. Yours" -The New Pornographers

A slow burner in the vein of "the bleeding heart show." Doesn't reach the same ecstatic heights as that song, but has a chugging beat worthy of their canon.

"Brunettes Against Bubblegum Youth" -The Brunettes

Baroque pop. Love it.
post #192 of 418
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New LCD Soundsystem. Even more retro 80's than the first.

I got into that new album this summer and loved it.

"Someone Great"
post #193 of 418
The Rover-Achilles Last Stand The Song Remains The Same -Dream Theater


(pretty good cover)

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and in that lies not liberation but alienation, the cutting off from things as they really are. --...

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post #194 of 418
Recently Listened to:
Dream Theater- Score
Dave Weckyl Band- Synergy
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Metallica- I dissapear
post #195 of 418
Blaqk Audio - Cexcells

Two of the guys from AFI formed an electronic band.
post #196 of 418
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I'm back to Placebo again, desperately waiting for the new record from Elbow, and maybe it's time to discover something new...
post #197 of 418
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The Rover-Achilles Last Stand The Song Remains The Same -Dream Theater


(pretty good cover)

Better cover than the songs as played by Led Zepplin (at least as recorded. . . I'm too young to have heard the Zep live). The covers on on the "Change of Seasons" EP are really good. The song "Change of Seasons" itself is rubbish.

I bought the "Systematic Chaos" album in July, and I like it. I have a few CDs on their way from eBay. Namely, the most recent Tool CD and some David Bowie "Ziggy Stardust" stuff. I am curious to receive them.

(Yes, I like Dream Theater. . . a lot. I also like opera music. Go figure)
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post #198 of 418
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The song "Change of Seasons" itself is rubbish.

I'd have to agree with you -- all over the road on that one.





Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) -- Stevie Ray Vaughan -- Couldn't Stand The Weather

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Ray Wyley Hubbard
2006 Snake Farm

Excellent country rock.

http://www.raywylie.com/
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