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post #81 of 418
Dodo/Lurker -- Genesis -- Abacab (Remastered)

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post #82 of 418
http://www.overtherhine.com/

Love Karin Berquist's vocals.

She came to sing in London one year as a back-up singer for Cowboy Junkies. Just so astonishingly
beautiful - vocals and lyrics superlative beyond words.
post #83 of 418
Black Velvet -- Alannah Myles -- Alannah Myles

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post #84 of 418
Did some digging around iTunes



Gomez- How We Operate (Great track IMO)
Corrine Bailey Rae- Enchantmen (OMG this is delicious)
KT Tunstall- Heal Over
Azam Ali- Endless Reverie (Nice, she's from Iran emigrated to US in 1985)
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post #85 of 418
http://www.TheMadHermit.com/Music/UACP.mp3

plus a lot of moby, old school techno (think "Hackers" era), Carmina Burana (the Herbert Blomstedt/San Francisco Symphony Orchestra recording)
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post #86 of 418
First album in four years from the shins.

It has some remarkable tracks but not their best album to date.
post #87 of 418
Bad Motor Scooter -- Montrose -- Montrose

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post #88 of 418
Gary Moore's classic 1987 album, Wild Frontier.
post #89 of 418
The Fratellis - Creeping up the backstairs

Fun song yet another find from IMF. Does anyone else have this channel? Much better than MTV, I mean they actually show videos!
post #90 of 418
Happy Birthday -- Concrete Blonde -- Recollection

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post #91 of 418
Les Paul and Mary Ford - Bye Bye Blues

This song could warm you up on a cold night.
post #92 of 418
"In the Morning" - Junior Boys

"Heimdalsgate Like a Promethean Curse"- Of Montreal

"Silent Shout"- The Knife

"Dare (Soulwax Remix)"- Gorillaz (Oldie but goldie!)

"Tribulations"- LCD Soundsystem (Oldie but goldie!)

"Lazy Eye"- Silversun Pickups

"Golden Star"- My Brightest Diamond
post #93 of 418
All this talk about a possible Police reunion has kept my iPod on nothing but Ghost in the Machine and Synchronicity all day.

Looks like they're all set for a concert at Fenway. Better start saving for those tickets now...
post #94 of 418
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"Tribulations"- LCD Soundsystem

If you like this track, you'll like Ministry's first record. Yes, that Ministry. I kid you not. It's called "With Sympathy".

Also, go back and listen to some old Soft Cell.
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If you like this track, you'll like Ministry's first record. Yes, that Ministry. I kid you not. It's called "With Sympathy".

Also, go back and listen to some old Soft Cell.

Even better check out the Ministry Cold Life 12"
post #96 of 418
My favourite playlist at the moment is

Poster of a Girl (Metric)
Wake Up (The Arcade Fire)
Tu Mirá (Lole/Manuel)
Handjobs for the Holidays (Broken Social Scene)
I'll Bring The Sun (Jason Collett)
Harbour (Moby)
Sorrow (Pink Floyd)
Don't Wake Daddy (The Tragically Hip)
Grounds For Divorce (Wolf Parade)
Morning Bell/Amnesiac (Radiohead)
Crabbuckit (k-os)
Secret Heart (Feist)
Glory and Consequence (Ben Harper)
It's Oh So Quiet (Björk)
Güero Canelo (Calexico)
Urami Bushi (Meiko Kaji)
Silverfuck (The Smashing Pumpkins)

As I write, I'm at "Sorrow" in the playlist.
post #97 of 418
Indigo Girls -

http://www.indigogirls.com/discograp...ofpassage.html

This one is still one of my favourite albums that I discovered at university - dark and brooding melancholic haunting chimes. They weren't huge nor commercial over here in the UK and certainly weren't reknown for dyke music.

Pretty much everything thereafter by the IG's deteriorated. Their first 4 albums are classics imho.
post #98 of 418
"Groovin" - The Rascals

"I Say A Little Prayer" - Dionne Warwick

"Aint Too Proud to Beg" - The Temptations

"Good Lovin" - The Rascals

"Gimme Some Lovin'" - Spencer Davis Group

"Bad Moon Rising" - CCR

"Green Onions" - Booker T and MGs

"Rescue Me" - Fontella Bass

"Feelin' Alright" - Joe Cocker

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If you like this track, you'll like Ministry's first record. Yes, that Ministry. I kid you not. It's called "With Sympathy".

Also, go back and listen to some old Soft Cell.

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Even better check out the Ministry Cold Life 12"

I've been getting into a lot of indie dance/electronic stuff.
post #99 of 418
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"Groovin" - The Rascals

"I Say A Little Prayer" - Dionne Warwick

"Aint Too Proud to Beg" - The Temptations

"Good Lovin" - The Rascals

"Gimme Some Lovin'" - Spencer Davis Group

"Bad Moon Rising" - CCR

"Green Onions" - Booker T and MGs

"Rescue Me" - Fontella Bass

"Feelin' Alright" - Joe Cocker





I've been getting into a lot of indie dance/electronic stuff.

For something au courant in the genre you should check out The Rapture Woo Hoo. I love the line about people don't dance no more. Unfortunately it seems too true to me. For one of my favorite bands in the indie rock genre check out this link. http://homepage.mac.com/trick8/03%20...udge%2012_.m4a
post #100 of 418
The Monkees - The Monkees [Deluxe Edition]
The Monkees - More Of The Monkees [Deluxe Edition]
post #101 of 418
Nothing too special this week:

"Four Winds" - Bright Eyes. Great song!

"The Queen and I" -Gym Class Heroes. Just gotta love the personality in those lyrics haha.

"Read My Mind"- It's bland, bad Springsteen-lite but I kinda like it.

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For something au courant in the genre you should check out The Rapture Woo Hoo. I love the line about people don't dance no more. Unfortunately it seems too true to me. For one of my favorite bands in the indie rock genre check out this link. http://homepage.mac.com/trick8/03%20...udge%2012_.m4a

I love The Rapture.
post #102 of 418
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Lately I've been immersing myself in Muse.

Seeing as I'm going to be RIGHT THERE in oh... approximately 5 days...

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post #104 of 418
I'm listening to The Time right now.
post #105 of 418
"Let My Love Open the Door" -Pete Townshend
post #106 of 418


Been listening to Billy Thorpe's stuff. He passed away recently. Fantastic Australian rocker who spanned 4 decades in Rock & Roll.

Here's a clip from the concert DVD from the 70's (I'm listening to a an audio version)..."Most People I know".

And yes, he did score a big hit with "Children of the Sun".
post #107 of 418
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I'm listening to The Time right now.

What do you make of Chili Sauce? My friends and I love this song for it's entertainment value, but none of us really understand what is being said. I mean of course we know the lyrics, but reading between the lines is incredibly difficult.
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post #108 of 418
The Kinks - You Really Got Me Live Video. Just saw this on The Tube. I love this channel they play a lot of cool older stuff and a lot of live clips.
post #109 of 418
Neil Young has a few songs up from his new Massy Hall 1971 live album. Solo acoustic versions of Old Man and Ohio. Amazing.
post #110 of 418
The Essential Emerson, Lake & Palmer
post #111 of 418
"Kingdom of Doom" -The Good, the Bad, & the Queen.
post #112 of 418
Iggy and the Stooges. Just got tickets to the Electric Factory show in Philly. It'll be the sixth time I have seen Iggy Pop. Best live rock and roll show ever.
post #113 of 418
Yeah.

That new song is pretty freaking dumb though.

"My idea of fun is killing everyone."

Let's not.

Artman are you from the Philly area?
post #114 of 418
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Yeah.
That new song is pretty freaking dumb though.
"My idea of fun is killing everyone."
Let's not.
Artman are you from the Philly area?

I never expect much intelligence from his Stooges work, just raw power. I've heard a few songs from the new album and realized it sounded way over-produced. Anyway, the Stooges experience can only be realized on stage.

Yeah, live in Center City Philly. Born just outside of Philly.
post #115 of 418
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Iggy and the Stooges. Just got tickets to the Electric Factory show in Philly. It'll be the sixth time I have seen Iggy Pop. Best live rock and roll show ever.

I'm going to the New York show. I also just got tickets for the Arctic Monkeys and for Butch Walker. I"m so glad good shows are coming around again.
post #116 of 418
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New LCD Soundsystem. Even more retro 80's than the first.
post #117 of 418
Jesus and Mary Chain - Nine Million Rainy Days They better play New York.
post #118 of 418
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Thank god!

I've been listening to Gang of Four, New Order, and 80's R.E.M. lately.

There's so much new good stuff out there though!



Yeah, "Burning" off that album is great.

Definitely something to thump my foot to. I'm really trending away from the quiet folk rock type music (although The Decembrists new one is great, I like Jose Gonzalez and Ryan Adams's latest record.)

But I really really can't get enough of Wolf Parade, Sunset Rubdown, and Swan Lake-- all bands involving Wolf Parade members. Awesome stuff.


Thank you for the info.
You are really saying what i hope you are saying!
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post #119 of 418
Ugh.

Haven't heard anything I liked recently.

Except Chaiyya Chaiyya by Sukhwinder Singh & Sapna Awasthi

-- a pretty cool song from the Inside Man soundtrack (the song at the beginning and during the credits).
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