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« Reply #250 on: 30 Mar 2006, 12:19 »

1. Beethoven - Ode to Joy
2. Propaghandi - Nation States
3. Ben Harper - Another Lonely Day
4. Bone Thugs N Harmony - War
5. Reel Big Fish - Everything Sucks
6. Dropkick Murphys - Rocky Road to Dublin
7. Anti-Flag - Tearing Down the Borders
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« Reply #251 on: 30 Mar 2006, 12:49 »

1. Spoon - Chloroform
2. Minus Story - You're My Air
3. Thunderbirds Are Now! - Harpoons of Love
4. Spoon - Advance Cassette
5. Sleater-Kinney - Entertain
6. Liars - You, Drum
7. Tapes n' Tapes - Insistor
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« Reply #252 on: 30 Mar 2006, 13:02 »

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Vergeroca, when you hear "Bad Moon Rising" by CCR, doesn't it sound like Foggerty's saying, "There's a bathroom on the right"?[/weird]



My guitar teacher said she always thought that was the line until she looked the lyrics up.




I see the Stretford End a'rising...
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Wait so you're letting something that happened 10 years ago ruin your quality of life? What are you, America? :psyduck:

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« Reply #253 on: 30 Mar 2006, 13:19 »

Here's mine (trying to be less of a Negative Nancy in these threads):

1. Little Richard-Lucille
2. Rush-Tom Sawyer
3. Mary Tyler Morphine-UKA
4. Zero Boys-Outta Style
5. Sonny Burgess-Ain't Got A Thing
6. Templars-City Traffic
7. Razar-Shutdown Countdown
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« Reply #254 on: 30 Mar 2006, 14:17 »

1.snow patrol - wow
2.wilco - humming bird
3.onelinedrawing - over it (electric demo)
4.far - holding the gun
5.marmaduke duke - a fox and a cake
6.nofx - so long and thanks for all the shoes
7.nick drake - cello song
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« Reply #255 on: 30 Mar 2006, 14:27 »

Actually, no, I just hear what the actual lyrics are... Might be me listening to CCR abit to much... :)
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« Reply #256 on: 30 Mar 2006, 14:34 »

Here's another one:

1. FATA - Lilacs and Lolitas
2. Dropkick Murphys - Ramble and Roll
3. Goldfinger - Carry On
4. Bad Religion - Frogger
5. Rise Against - Tip The Scales
6. Jurassic 5 - Swing Set
7. Rooney - Sorry, Sorry (oh man.)

iTunes apparently on a slight punk kick.
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Wait so you're letting something that happened 10 years ago ruin your quality of life? What are you, America? :psyduck:

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« Reply #257 on: 31 Mar 2006, 03:04 »

I have... under 100 songs in my playlist... and much of it is by the same artist.

1. Bat country - Avenged Sevenfold
2. Lips of Deceit - Avenged Sevenfold
3. The Abolition of Man - Thrice
4. Into the Darkness - Kittie
5. Kill Me Quickly - Thrice
6. We Come Out at Night - Avenged Sevenfold
7. I am Ahab - Mastodon

I downloaded a fair amount of Mastodon after the mention in the comic... The whole leviathan album really is all about Moby Dick... Rock on.
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« Reply #258 on: 03 Apr 2006, 21:21 »

okay, so this is only a tenth of my music collection as I haven't formatted the id3 tags of the rest to get it onto my ipod *is annoying like that*
1- Drive Away- Gratitude
2- The Groove- Muse
3- Too Long Awake- Idlewild
4- Judas- Charlotte Martin
5- Superconnected- Broken Social Scene
6- All In A Row- Gratitude
7- Blue Light- Bloc Party
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« Reply #259 on: 04 Apr 2006, 07:51 »

1.Pain Of Salvation - To The End
2.Godspeed You Black Emperor - The Dead Flag Blues
3.Porcupine Tree - The Creator Has a Mastertape
4.Skyclad - A Broken Promised Land
5.Erik Truffaz - Sweet Mercy
6.Sunn 0))) - The Gates of Ballard
7.Windir - The Spiritlord
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« Reply #260 on: 04 Apr 2006, 23:31 »

1. Perfume-V [Live] by Pavement
2 Galapogos by The Smashing Pumpkins
3. Lukin by Pearl Jam
4, Blow up the Outside Worls by Soundgarden
5. Vampire/Forest Fire by the Arcade Fire
6. Meat Plow by Stone Temple Pilots
7. Paw Paw Tree by The Fiery Furnaces
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« Reply #261 on: 05 Apr 2006, 05:41 »

There are a lot of people posting where I can't tell if they are putting the band name first and then the song, or vice versa.  I dunno if it's that you guys are listening to stuff that's really obscure, or that my musical experiences are just that limited.

Anyway, round #3:

1. Stone Temple Pilots - "Unglued"

2. Soundgarden - My Wave

3. Guilty Gear Isuka - The Irony of Chaste (wtf, can I go 7 songs without hitting a GG song?)

4. Velvet Revolver - You Got No Right

5. Pantera - Mouth Of War (off topic:  when this song comes on while I'm in Warsong Gulch, I tend to pwn the shit out of those bastard alliance.)

6. AC/DC - High Voltage

7. Blue Man Group - Time to Start (This song still makes me crack up every time I hear it.  Rock Concert Movement #1: the basic head-bob.  Ready, go.)
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« Reply #262 on: 05 Apr 2006, 05:58 »

willy mason - gotta keep moving
pavement - chesleys little wrists
pantera - suicide note pt.2
chimaira - without moral restraint
foo fighters - end over end
system of a down - p.l.u.c.k.
jimmy page & the black crows - ten years gone
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« Reply #263 on: 05 Apr 2006, 07:00 »

Let's see
I'll do one on my PC and one on my mp3 player. This is the PC one.

1. The Other Shoe by Eels (Ah, one of my favourites from Blinking Lights. Small but perfectly formed at only 2:31. I love the sound when it kicks up a gear and the big drums and then electric guitar and the strings come in)

2. Some by Ben Folds Five (Not the best of the album but still great. Whatever Ever and Ever Amen is fantastic. People who've only heard Brick don't know jack. Nor do they know really good Ben Folds Five)

3. I Know You Well by Fountains of Wayne (One of the few weaker tracks on Out-Of-State Plates. Still a nice little pop song but not great. It is rather sing-a-long-able though)

4. Panic by The Smiths (Ah, fantastic. Possibly my favourite Smiths song ever in fact. Definitely the best song under 2:30 ever. Sing it with me kids: "Hang the DJ/Hang the DJ/Hang the DJ" etc)

5. Brand New Colony by The Postal Service (My favourite Postal Service song, actually. I love that intro and all the rather silly but endearingly romantic metaphores)

6. 5AM by Jeph Jacques (What are the chances of that? This is probably my second favourite piece of his after A March. Both of which sound a lot like Death Cab for Cutie which I personally consider to be A Good Thing)

7. Problems and Bigger Ones by Harvey Danger (Ah, fantastic. My current Favourite Song In The World Ever (probably) from a massively underrated band. Sean Nelson is probably my favourite living lyricist)

And the MP3 one (Creative Zen, 20GB)

1. The City Gets Lonely by The Prom (More piano pop. Downloaded this horribly low quality version off the Barsuk websites, but it seems like a really good song)

2. Skullcrusher Mountain by Jonathan Coulton (Wonderful acousticy-comedy pop from the most awesome provider of free music on the internets. http://www.jonathancoulton.com of course. Although it seems he's started charging or something now, still good music)

3. A Design for Life by Manic Street Preachers (Anthemic stadium pop rock. Not bad, not one of my favourite Manic tracks though. A bit bland really but there are some rather good lyrics)

4. War on Drugs by Barenaked Ladies (The best Barenaked Ladies song ever, a heartbreaking suicide ballad that shows that there is far, far more to these guys than "That Chickedy China Song, You Know, That Was In That Movie".)

5. Good Thing by Reel Big Fish (Feel good powerpop/ska-punk/pop-punk. Dumb but fun)

6. Corazon by Bishop Allen (Indie pop song about a piano. Not reinventing the wheel but it's nice and fun. I'm pretty sure I got this from Gorrila vs Bear)

7. Manifest Destiny by Guster (Yet more piano pop. And a nice way to end I think, a live track from a ludicrously uncool band that I love nonetheless. The studio version will be on their upcoming album)
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« Reply #264 on: 05 Apr 2006, 07:11 »

1. Radiohead-Dollars and Cents
2. Modest Mouse- Float on
3. The Cardigans(shhh!)-Explode
4. Radiohead-Where I end and you Begin
5. Radiohead- Climbing up the Walls
6.Modest Mouse- Satin in a Coffin
7.Modest Mouse- One Chance.


Wow, my shuffle button wants to make it seem like I only listen to three bands.
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« Reply #265 on: 06 Apr 2006, 14:32 »

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PLEASE DON'T PUT THREAD TITLES IN CAPITALS. IT'S AKIN TO SHOUTING AT SOMEONE IN THE STREET, LIKE THIS.


I got the impression, from the topic title, that it was intended to be shouted. And it sent a jolt of energy through my body, and I said YEAH
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« Reply #266 on: 06 Apr 2006, 15:17 »

1. Hot Snakes - I Hate the Kids
2. Sol Invictus - In a Silent place
3. Venom - Black Metal
4. Death in June - Disappear in Every Way
5. Buckethead - Bleeding Walls
6.Bob Dylan - New Morning
7. Neil Young - Revolution Blues
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but the music sucks because the keyboards don't have the cold/mechanical sound they had but a wannabe techno sound that it's pathetic for Rammstein standars.

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« Reply #267 on: 07 Apr 2006, 06:01 »

1. Baby Please Don't Go (live)- John Lennon and Frank Zappa
2. My Name Is Mud- Primus
3. Big-Eyed Beans From Venus- Captain Beefheart
4. Ifwhiteamericatoldthetruthforonedayitsworldwouldfallapart- Manic
    Street Preachers [yep- all one word]
5. Ice Hockey Hair- Super Furry Animals
6. Jesus And Tequila- Minutemen
7. The Revolution Will Not Be Televised- Gil Scot-Heron

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« Reply #268 on: 09 Apr 2006, 11:33 »

1. Broken Social Scene - Looks just like the sun
2. The Cure - The End Of The World
3. Belle And Sebastian - Boy With The Arab Strap
4. The Shins - Girl On The Wing
5. Lori McKenna - Beautiful Man
6. Violent Femms - Blister In The Sun
7. Damien Rice - Delicate

Bloody great list that is
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« Reply #269 on: 09 Apr 2006, 16:03 »

False Advertising - Bright Eyes

My Girlfriends dead - The Vandals

Watch the right - Anti-Flag

Detachable Penis - Flaming Lips

Chocolate - Snow Patrol

Area - The Futureheads

That Woman Got Me Drinking - Shane MacGowan & the Popes

That list is kinda fun, It's got stuff I haven't listened to in ages on it.
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« Reply #270 on: 09 Apr 2006, 16:10 »

Louis XIV - Finding Out True Love Is Blind

The Cure - The Lovecats

She Wants Revenge - I Don't Want To Fall In Love

Say Anything - Wow, I Can Get Sexual, Too!
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« Reply #271 on: 09 Apr 2006, 17:58 »

I love how I kill topics.
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« Reply #272 on: 09 Apr 2006, 18:38 »

1. Nightwish - Symphony of Destruction (Live)
2. The Melvins - Skweetis
3. Les Claypool's Fearless Flying Frog Brigade - Dogs (Live)
4. Children of Bodom - The Nail
5. Hot Water Music - Jack of All Trades
6. Sepultra - Slaves of Pain
7. Meshuggah - Sum
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« Reply #273 on: 09 Apr 2006, 20:01 »

1. Arcade Fire - Neighbourhood #1 (Tunnels)
2. Four Star Mary - Thrown To The Wolves
3. Geri Halliwell - Ride It
4. John Parish - Dance Hall at Louise Point
5. R.E.M. - Can't Get There From Here
6. Synphonetic - Crawler
7. Supergrass - Lenny

Because I don't have eclectic tastes at all...
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« Reply #274 on: 10 Apr 2006, 01:07 »

If you had really eclectic tastes, you would listen to Gamelan, Pat Benatar, tropicalia, death metal, anything from World Serpent and Desolation House and Gloria Estefan. And that's not even that eclectic ;)

1. Stars - Celebration Guns(I haven't listened to that in months)
2. Mugison - What I would Say in Your Funeral(best chorus ever!)
3. Sufjan Stevens - Come on! Let's Boogey to the Elf Dance!(christmas mix)
4. Handsome Boy Modeling School - I've Been Thinking(feat. Cat Power, I bet people who don't know her will be surprised when they listen to her solo)
5. The Fiery Furnaces - Tropical Iceland(an alternative version I think)
6. Poison the Well - Crystal Lake(my little brother's recommendation)
7. XTC - Thanks for Christmas(again christmas mix)

As usual I don't really listen to any of this.
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« Reply #275 on: 10 Apr 2006, 14:34 »

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If you had really eclectic tastes, you would listen to Gamelan, Pat Benatar, tropicalia, death metal, anything from World Serpent and Desolation House and Gloria Estefan. And that's not even that eclectic ;)


My eclectic tastes are more eclectic than your eclectic tastes!



But I'm seriously possibly the only high school kid ever who bought a CD of a recording of a funeral dance ceremony thing from Ghana. Does that count?
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« Reply #276 on: 10 Apr 2006, 14:48 »

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But I'm seriously possibly the only high school kid ever who bought a CD of a recording of a funeral dance ceremony thing from Ghana. Does that count?


Got me beat (eclectisism is a contest? it should be!)

KRS-ONE: MC's Act Like They Don't Know
Al Di Meola/Paco De Lucia- Mediterranean Sundance
The Aquabats- The Thing On The Bass Amp
Half Man, Half Biscuit- Joy Division Oven Gloves
Killing Joke- The Death & Resurrection Show
Mudhoney- Sweet Young Thing Ain't Sweet No More
Pink Floyd- Careful With That Axe, Eugene
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« Reply #277 on: 10 Apr 2006, 15:28 »

It's Eclectic elitistm. Eliticlism?
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« Reply #278 on: 10 Apr 2006, 16:47 »

Eclitism? Sounds like a disease anyway you put it...
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« Reply #279 on: 10 Apr 2006, 17:23 »

The Beatles- Get Back
Scissor Sisters- Comfortably Numb
Troubled Hubble- Albatross
Talib Kweli- Fly That Knot
Le Tigre- TKO
Modest Mouse- Tiny Cities Made of Ashes
Rilo Kiley- So Long
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« Reply #280 on: 10 Apr 2006, 17:44 »

I feel like doing this again. NOW WITH COMMENTS


1. Crass - Do They Owe Us a Living? (COURSE THEY FUCKIN' DO! One of my favorite punk songs ever.)
2. Supertramp - Waiting So Long (Honestly, I really can't explain my irrational love of the tramp)
3. Screeching Weasel - Judy is a Punk (Screeching Weasel covering Ramones songs? Yes please)
4. Bathory - Song to Hall up High (OH MAN, THE CHEESY AMBIENCE FACTOR)
5. John Coltrane - Spiral (John Coltrane WINS)
6. Hawkwind - Avante (You know, I listen to so much drug/stoner music and do so many things that the stoner kids do that I might as well BE on drugs.)
7. Jethro Tull - A Witch's Promise (I actually made it through a few of these without a Tull song. Not anymore)
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« Reply #281 on: 11 Apr 2006, 16:37 »

01 - ra - sky
02 - no use for a name - slowly fading fast
03 - the (international) noise conspiracy - last century promise
04 - pyotr tchaikovkovski - Variation IV: Canari qui chante
05 - the pogues - billys bones
06 - reel big fish - alternative baby
07 - the smiths - london
08 - shadow of the colossus ost - 37
09 - craig armstrong - in my own words
10 - streetlight manifesto - mr. caruseo stop moshing
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« Reply #282 on: 11 Apr 2006, 17:57 »

01: Skinny Puppy - Tomorrow (goth dance, goth dance, everybody goth dance!)
02: Carnival in Coal - Baker Street (What an awesome cover)
03: My Dying Bride - Your Shameful Heaven (Losing Martin Powell was the worst thing My Dying Bride ever did. Fuck, can that man play violin.)
04: Richard O'Brien - Over at the Frankenstein Place (One of my favourites from the Rocky Horror Picture Show. I absolutely LOVE Riff-Raffs entrance in this song. Talk about writing the best parts for yourself.)
05: My Dying Bride - Base Level Erotica (I'm really not sure what to make of 34.788%... Complete, but I'm not sure I dislike it as much as most...)
06: New Model Army - Drag it Down (Maybe my favourite New Model Army song. The vocal melodies are amazing.)
07: Placebo - Drag (This song epitomises Molko's capacity for writing lyrics that are both meaningful and very silly.)
08: Grave Stompers - Rubber Baby (A very odd song. "I get high by sniffing on your rubber fumes, yeah baby!")
09: Aborym - The Alienation of a Blackened Heart (Aboryms punkiest track. A real face tearer.)
10: Edge of Sanity - Twilight (Fuck yeah)
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« Reply #283 on: 11 Apr 2006, 20:54 »

Orange Goblin-"Magic Carpet" (Credit goes to Khar for this one-No abstraction=RAWK)
Calla-"Fear of Fireflies" (There was this campfire inside a boring painting-deleted)
Glenn Branca-"Lesson #1" (An army of trash cans stopped being objects and formed an orchestra)
Enon-"Natural Diasasters" (A green rubber band goes to a nighttime valley and dies-deleted)
Flying Saucer Attack-"For Silence" (Lady and gentleman you are submerged in sensuous pink-tinted liquid and can see dead trees above the surface)
Galaxie 500-"Ceremony" (Live Joy Division cover)
Slowdive-"Beachsong" (An old postcard decayed for fifty years then got thrown on a turntable and played)
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« Reply #284 on: 11 Apr 2006, 20:56 »

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World Serpent


The non-existence of World Serpent makes me a glum bunny :/
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« Reply #285 on: 11 Apr 2006, 21:11 »

1.- Echo and the Bunnymen - Gods Will be Gods
2.- Pavement - Hit the Plane Down
3.- Tom Smith - A Boy and His Frog (homage song to Jim Henson, it makes me wanna cry)
4.- Human League - The Sound of the Crowd
5.- Velvet Underground - Some Kinda Love
6.- Velvet Underground - Sweet Jane
7.- The Go! Team - Huddle Fomation
8.- Perfect Dark OST - Pelagic II
9.- Belle and Sebastian - Chickfactor
10-  Spacemen 3 - How Does it Feel?
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« Reply #286 on: 12 Apr 2006, 00:06 »

I'll try it again.
1. Beatles - Wild Honey Pie (I'm not to sure about this song)
2. Vandals - I have a date (ahh, classic!)
3. Beatles - All my loving (I have to much Beatles)
4. Figurine - SOS (Ambient, whatever)
5. Bright Eyes - Motion Sickness (Damn I've been given away)
6. Why? - Afterschool America (Fuckin coolest band)
7. Controller.Controller - Silent Seven (I hate this band name)
8. Libertines - Death on the Stairs (Rocken)
9. Flaming Lips - Haven't got a clue (again, rocken)
10. Hrvatski - Echoes (The song after this on the album "Ewc4" is the best fucking Hrvatski song ever)
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« Reply #287 on: 12 Apr 2006, 02:53 »

Thin Lizzy - She Knows
The Cure - The Walk
REM - The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite
Del Amitri - Food For Songs
Dodgy - Staying out for the Summer
Howard Shore - Evenstar
Damien Rice - Older Chests
Turin Brakes - Painkiller

I am so very not at all indie.

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« Reply #288 on: 12 Apr 2006, 04:18 »

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Hrvatski - Echoes (The song after this on the album "Ewc4" is the best fucking Hrvatski song ever)


I have always wondered about that bandname, why the hell would you call yourself Croatian in Croatian? And why the hell do I know this?

AGAIN!

1. Morphine - I Think She Likes Me(Oh do I need a Morphine album!)
2. Figurines - Bright(great band, I think they have gotten some College radio airplay lately)
3. Fobia - Dos Corazones(I really need to delete some of that shitty rock en español)
4. Stars - Elevator Love Letter(I couldn't go to their show because it was some 100 kilometres away and on a week day. I hate living in the middle of nowhere.)
5. Low - Lazer Beam(one more of those bands I need more albums/an album with, I only have Things We Lost in the Fire and The Great Destroyer)
6. John Prine - Christmas in Prison(Christmas mix, John Prine FTW!)
7. Destroyer - Painter in Your Pocket(he is so stream of conscious it's not even funny)
8. Entombed - Blood Song(from Wolverine Blues, the singer is delirious and it's fantastic "I suck your blood, I suck your blood, I fuck your blood!!")
9. The Jesus Lizard - Boilermaker(something weird I downloaded, legally even)
10. The Arcade Fire - Power Out(great track)
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« Reply #289 on: 12 Apr 2006, 05:28 »

1.Down - Rehab
2.Sikth - Peep Show
3.Dir En Grey - 24ko Cylinders
4.Absu - Manannan (ABSU YAY)
5.Deftones - Savory
6.Electric Masada - Kedem
7.Radiohead - You And Whose Army?
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« Reply #290 on: 12 Apr 2006, 09:33 »

Sonic Youth - "Mildred Pierce" ("Mildred Pierce! Waaauuugghhh!" Song frightened the hell out of me when I first heard it. I was just nodding off to sleep when Thurston Moore started screaming. Damn you, Thurston, damn you.)

Moby - "Down Slow" (From Play. I bought the album last century, and probably haven't listened to it a great deal since. This track's pretty short and forgettable.)

TISM - "Drugs are Fuckin' Fun" (The title basically says it all. This is TISM doing what they do best: swearing and offending people.)

The Chicago Rhythm Kings - "There'll Be Some Changes Made" (From the Road to Perdition soundtrack, which is one of the greatest ever written. This is a cute but forgettable period jazz piece; the score composed especially for the film is vastly superior.)

Kraftwerk - "Radioactivity" ("Raaadioaktivität..." One of Kraftwerk's most haunting songs, and in my view, one of their best.)

The Durutti Column - "Sketch for Summer" (Ah, I love this song. Vini Reilly really is a great guitarist. Just another example of Factory Records glory in action.)

The Beatles - "Back in the USSR" (One of those Beatles songs you just have to sing along with. "Back in the US...back in the US...back in the USSR!")
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« Reply #291 on: 12 Apr 2006, 09:59 »

Son Kite - On Air (Deerdrah Mix)

From a compilation I picked up called "Trance-Scandinavian Express". Awesome dance tune.

Backlash - Hiatus³

Kinda boring synthpop. Skipped.

Pavement - Fillmore Jive

Never really 'got' this band. It's kind of chilled out and there's some nice riffs I guess but their songs always make me think "I'd rather be listening to Neutral Milk Hotel". Hmm.

Liars - Drum And The Uncomfortable Can

Not sure what's going on here but I think I like it. :)

System.Syn - All That Now Has Left Your Reach

That's more like it... some nice danceable but emotional futurepop. I really dig this band's lyrics/vox.

Current 93 - Halo

Picked up this CD randomly after Khar's constant babbling about them in the Now Listening thread. Gotta say, it's some pretty impressive shit, although they have so many damn albums I wasn't sure which one to get... no idea if this is representative of their work as a whole or not. Repetitive but addictive.

Nodes of Ranvier - Predisposed

Woah. I only got this album because the band name was a running joke among my flatmates last year (don't ask) and never actually played it, but this is good shit. Nice angry metal. The riffs are kickass.

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« Reply #292 on: 12 Apr 2006, 12:02 »

Thrice - See You In The Shallows
Jawbox - The Big Shave
The Hives - The Hives Declair Guerre Nucleaire
The Dears - There Is No Such Thing As Love
Elliott Smith - Angeles
Le Tigre - My My Metrocard
Smashing Pumpkins - Beautiful

That's a pretty random list! Not fully representative, but still pretty awesome.
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« Reply #293 on: 12 Apr 2006, 12:40 »

DARE - Gorillaz
Worlds Apart - ...Trail of Dead
Nothing Special - Local H
Black Hole Sun - Soundgarden
Desensitized - Green Day
The Big Come Down - Nine Inch Nails.
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« Reply #294 on: 12 Apr 2006, 13:22 »

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Current 93 - Halo

Picked up this CD randomly after Khar's constant babbling about them in the Now Listening thread. Gotta say, it's some pretty impressive shit, although they have so many damn albums I wasn't sure which one to get... no idea if this is representative of their work as a whole or not. Repetitive but addictive.


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Most of current 93's stuff is pretty representative: they do a lot of re-recording of different versions of songs and whatnot, as you'd expect a neo-folk outfit. All you want to make sure to avoid for representativeness is their very early industrial stuff, and their 'novelty' EPs (only Crowleymass and Lucifer Over London as far as I know). Everything after Swastikas for Noddy is much in a similiar vein. Oh, but also, avoid, unless you become a big fan, those goddamn bootlegs World Serpent kept re-releasing as official stuff, the sound quality is absolutely appaling, though it is somewhat worth it for Tibets crowd banter.

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« Reply #295 on: 12 Apr 2006, 13:50 »

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Nothing Special - Local H

I really like that cover they did of Guided by Voices' Smothered in Hugs. That's actually the first thing I listened to today.
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« Reply #296 on: 12 Apr 2006, 13:58 »

I only have As Good As Dead and their cover of Britney Spears' Toxic (Which I find absolutely hilarious.)
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« Reply #297 on: 12 Apr 2006, 14:50 »

The Unicorns- Ready to Die
Beck- Cold Brains
Death From Above 1979- You're a Woman, I'm a Machine
Radiohead- Optimistic
Troubled Hubble- Work
Modest Mouse- Perfect Disguise
Rilo Kiley- Accidntel Death
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« Reply #298 on: 12 Apr 2006, 18:32 »

Angry White Boy Polka - Wierd Al Yankovic
Come To Me - Les Miserables
Happiness and The fish - Our Lady Peace
Pavementwereabunchoflazywankers - Deathmole
Getting Better - Ze Beatles
Attack and A Train - Shout out louds
Sheep Go to Heaven (Goats Go to hell) - Cake

I find it hilarious that the only deathmole song out of 933 somgs came up on this thing for this forum, of all forums.
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« Reply #299 on: 12 Apr 2006, 19:21 »

the radio dept. - why won't you talk about it?
sigur rós - dánarfregnir og jarðarfarir
bright eyes - on my way to work
architecture in helsinki - where you've been hiding
the boy least likely to - i'm glad i hitched my apple wagon to your star
her space holiday - the doctor and the dj
rocky horror picture show - toucha toucha touch me
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