Whatcha Listening To? Thread v05



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    Coldplay Clocks on my shiney 3 day old iPod. Life is good.
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    'Silence is the Question' by The Bad Plus.

    Beautiful, deep stuff. Piano, bass, drums.
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    kishankishan Posts: 732member
    Jimmy Buffett - Live in Cincinnati.

    "Yes I am a pirate/200 years too late/the cannons don't thunder/there's nothing to plunder/I'm an over 40 victim of fate"

    "I really do appreciate the fact you're sittin' here/Your voice sounds so wonderful but your face don't look to clear/So barmaid bring a pitcher, another round of brew/honey why don't we get drunk and screw?"

    "I'm growing older, just not up/my metabolic rate is pleasantly stuck/let the winds of time blow over my head/I'd rather die while I'm living than live while I'm dead."
  • Reply 44 of 200
    Minor Threat - Complete Discography
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    shawnjshawnj Posts: 6,656member
    Favorite Songs of 2004

    "Surfin' on a Rocket," "Cherry Blossom Girl," and "Alone in Kyoto" - Air

    "Coast to Coast" and "Let's Get Lost" -Elliott Smith

    "Take Me Out" -Franz Ferdinand

    "American Idiot" and "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" -Green Day

    "Walk Idiot Walk" -The Hives

    "Somebody Told Me" and "Mr. Brightside" -The Killers

    "Where Are We Running" and "Lady" -Lenny Kravitz

    "Walking With A Ghost," "I Won't Be Left," "Speak Slow," and "Downtown" -Tegan and Sara

    "Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own" -U2

    "Somersault," "Passing By," and "In the Waiting Line" -Zero 7

    "Such Great Heights" and "We Will Become Silhouettes" -The Postal Service

    "Let Go" - Frou Frou

    "New Slang" -The Shins

    "If I Ain't Got You" -Alicia Keys
  • Reply 46 of 200
    huh. i always thought that song was called "surfing on a rock." whoops. it's awesome either way

    club foot is awesome! listened to it thrice already
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    shawnjshawnj Posts: 6,656member
    "Jesus of Suburbia" -Green Day
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    Without This Charming Man-Eminem Vs. The Smiths

    this is an awesome song. check it out.
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    Portishead's "Dummy" Album
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    dmzdmz Posts: 5,775member
    In Napoli -- Dean Martin\t-- The Capitol Years (Disc 2)
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    ragexragex Posts: 126member
    Mess-Ben Folds Five-The Unauthorized Biography of Reinhold Messer.
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    NOFX-Pump up the Valuum album.

    i think this is their best album ever. Dinosaurs will die, clams have feelings too (actually, they don't), bottles to the ground, and the awesome "My Vagina." it's full of great songs, and it's definitely waay better than their early stuff.
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    dmzdmz Posts: 5,775member
    Fine Time\t-- Robert Palmer -- Pressure Drop
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    Quality Time - Iris DeMent - The Way I Should
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    Radio 4 - Dance to the underground

    Tonton, I'm totally digging the LCD record as well. I hear some different influences though, I hear a little bit of peaches, some APB and also The Fall. As a matter of fact this record, along with some others has made me feel the Fall is my generations Velvet Underground, you know not a lot of people listen to them, but everyone who does starts a band.
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    rara Posts: 623member
    Mudvayne - Happy?

    Mudvayne - Determined

    The Killers - Hot Fuss
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    gargar Posts: 1,201member

    Originally posted by tonton

    It's official. LCD Soundsystem is 2005's best album, as of February 16, and, although it won't be bought by most for its dance tracks, is possibly the best dance record to come out of the USA since 1979.

    i bought that album about a month ago (january 23th).

    and i think it's a little o v e r h y p e d .

    it's nice but not that nice.

    best album of 2005 is...

    (looks something up in filemaker)

    ... okay your right it's the best album of 2005 so far.


    Originally posted by trick fall

    Tonton, I'm totally digging the LCD record as well. I hear some different influences though, I hear a little bit of peaches, some APB and also The Fall.

    influences??? they did a better job than microsoft xerox-ing macOS.

    it's more The Fall than Mark E Smith himself.

    now playing:

    "join in the chant" - nitzer ebb

    from the cd: that total age, 1987
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    shawnjshawnj Posts: 6,656member
    "J'en ai marre" -Alizée

    What can I say. She's hot. And the song is pretty catchy too. In French, that is.
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    Long Kiss Goodnight-Notorious B.I.G.
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    Blue Rodeo - Bad Timing
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