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« Reply #100 on: 13 Mar 2006, 12:46 »

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2.Reel Big Fish - 241
Fuck you, I like ska.
7.Blood Brothers - Fucking's Greatest Hits
This song is just tasty, that's all there is to say about it.


heyyy i like ska too. faves at the moment are: streetlight manifesto, the toasters, big d and the kids table...and of course, the aquabats! <--the old stuff.
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« Reply #101 on: 13 Mar 2006, 13:23 »

1. The Beatles - Helter Skelter
2. Deep Purple - Hey Joe
3. Ozzy - Mr. Crowley (Quiet, you)
4. Bob Dylan - If Not For You (As much as I love Dylan... some of the songs on the bootleg series aren't too super).
5. Current 93 - The Sickstair Song (This is kind of a wtf shuffle song. I mean, C93 are great and all, but 30 seconds of a guy almost saying poetry but kinda not about... stairs and the people who fall down them doesn't really fit_
6. The Residents - Spotted Pinto Bean (Nostalgic memories, I can say that much).
7. Bal Sagoth - When RIdes the Scion of the Storms
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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 #102 on: 13 Mar 2006, 13:31 »

hah mr crowley....exxxxxcellent.
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« Reply #103 on: 13 Mar 2006, 13:33 »

1. Sufjan Stevens - Sister (6:00)
2. Harvey Danger - War Buddies (4:25)
3. Buck 65 - 463 (3:45)
4. Babyshambles - In Love With A Feeling (2:51)
5. gorillaz - november has come (feat. mf doom) (2:41)
6. Ben Folds - Doctor My Eyes (3:11)
7. Animal Collective - Banshee Beat (8:22)

Ahh. This is much more like my current listening trends. Well, except for Babyshambles. I'm not quite sure why I haven't deleted that album by now.

PS: Ben Folds does some of the best covers EVER.
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« Reply #104 on: 13 Mar 2006, 13:36 »

Calla-Fear of Fireflies
Fripp & Eno-Wind on Wind
Extreme Animals-Cruising for Trolls
Aesop Rock-Freeze
Royal Trux-Map of the City
Fursaxa-Poppy Opera
Butthole Surfers-Cowboy Bob
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« Reply #105 on: 13 Mar 2006, 13:56 »

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PS: Ben Folds does some of the best covers EVER.



Bitches Ain't Shit, anyone?
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« Reply #106 on: 13 Mar 2006, 14:21 »

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Butthole Surfers-Cowboy Bob


best name, best album cover.
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« Reply #107 on: 13 Mar 2006, 14:22 »

That's exactly what I had in mind, Kai.
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« Reply #108 on: 13 Mar 2006, 15:50 »

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hah mr crowley....exxxxxcellent.


Agreed, and I actually like the version off of Bathead Soup (with Ripper on vocals, and Derek Sherenian on keys), because I just ignore Yngwie's solo stuff.
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« Reply #109 on: 13 Mar 2006, 17:31 »

Wait, what? Where does Yngwie come into anything?



Joe Satriani - FLying in a Blue Dream
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« Reply #110 on: 13 Mar 2006, 17:33 »

He's playing guitar on that track, but I didn't feel he bears mentioning because he hurts it.  I mean, it's also got Tim Bogert and Tommy Aldridge.

Kenziner - Dimensions
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« Reply #111 on: 13 Mar 2006, 18:38 »

nth degree - morningwood
nobody move, nobody gets hurt - we are scientists
oxygen - willy mason
build a bridge - the redwalls
black horse and the cherry tree- KT Tunstall
paperthin hymn - anberlin
mornings eleven- the magic numbers.
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« Reply #112 on: 13 Mar 2006, 20:12 »

1) Swingin' Utters - Heroes of the Corner Bar
2) Ted Leo & the Pharmacists - The Angels' Share
3) The Aquabats - Magic Chicken!
4) Zolof the Rock & Roll Destroyer - Crazy = Cute
5) Of Montreal - Vegan in Furs
6) The Pietasters - Wasted
7) The Decemberists - Grace Cathedral Hill
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« Reply #113 on: 13 Mar 2006, 23:37 »

This looks like fun...

1. Dead Kennedys - Moral Majority
2. Garbage - Cherry Lips
3. The Thermals - How We Know
4. Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - Over and Over Again (Lost and Found)
5. Hot Hot Heat - Bandages (I like most of Hot Hot Heat's music but this song really annoys me but I used to like it and never got around to deleting it.)
6. Nirvana - About a Girl
7. The Hampster Dance Song (Haha. Don't ask.)

And again...
1. Pretty Girls Make Graves - All Medicated Geniuses
2. The Posies - That Don't Fly
3. The Flaming Lips - There You Are
4. Mudhoney - Butterfly Stroke
5. Iron and Wine - On Your Wings
6. The Smashing Pumpkins - Stumbeline
7. The Shins - Pressed in a Book

The 2nd list is closer to the songs I listen to most often though there are some good songs in the first list as well. :)
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« Reply #114 on: 14 Mar 2006, 09:39 »

Castanets - A song is not the song of the world
Kasabian - Processed beats
Two Gallants - Two days short tomorow
Sonic Youth - Hendrix Necro
Flaming Lips - Okay i'll admit that I really don't understand
Arcade Fire - No cars go
Final Fantasy - Vialator (advent children soundtrack)
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« Reply #115 on: 14 Mar 2006, 09:45 »

1.  Something Corperate- Konstantine
2.  Brian Setzer Orchestra- Crazy little thing called love
3.  Catch 22- Kristina
4.  Tommy Tutone- Jenny
5.  Counting Crows- Mr. Jones
6.  Weezer- Knock-down drag-out
7.  The Doors- Soul Kitchen
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« Reply #116 on: 14 Mar 2006, 12:59 »

I'm gonna' take another go...

Air Raid GTR - The Go! Team
Shampoo Suicide - Broken Social Scene
More Than Us - Travis
Shining Star - INXS
Ten Storey Love Song - Stone Roses
Johnny B Goode - Chuck Berry
One Chance - Modest Mouse
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« Reply #117 on: 14 Mar 2006, 13:05 »

1. "Falling in Love is Hard on the Knees" by Aerosmith
2. "I Need to Know" by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
3. the WWF entrance music for Doink the Clown (when he was evil)
4. Lewis Black's bit "Tax Rebates & Common Sense"
5. "We Could Be Heroes" by David Bowie
6. "On Top of You" by DVDA
7. "Something in the Air" by Thunderclap Newman
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« Reply #118 on: 14 Mar 2006, 15:47 »

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1.  Something Corperate- Konstantine
2.  Brian Setzer Orchestra- Crazy little thing called love
3.  Catch 22- Kristina
4.  Tommy Tutone- Jenny
5.  Counting Crows- Mr. Jones
6.  Weezer- Knock-down drag-out
7.  The Doors- Soul Kitchen


i'm pleased...i actually really like the green album, by weezer....blue was good, but not as good...

and duh. catch 22.

something corporate is pretty good too...
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« Reply #119 on: 14 Mar 2006, 19:54 »

Black Label Society - Electric Hellfire
Heathen - Dying Season
Pantera - Cowboys From Hell
Mastodon - Where Strides The Behemoth (Live)
The Adicts - Love Sucks
Whiplash - Walk The Plank
NOFX - Dig
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« Reply #120 on: 14 Mar 2006, 20:12 »

nothing better to do, I'll go again:

1. "Blame Canada" by Robin Williams, live at the Oscars
2. "Memories of What" by Tom Waits and Elvis Costello
3. "Long Legs" by the Magic Numbers
4. "Another Brick in the Wall" by Pink Floyd
5. "Porcelain" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers
6. "Ventura Highway" by America
7. "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" by Geen Day
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« Reply #121 on: 14 Mar 2006, 21:05 »

Alright, it's late, I'm at work, the lights are off, and the beats are here.

(1) Nirvana - Melanie Blue :: This is Nirvana, the 60s psychedelic band.  This is on my work computer because I have to do testing on edge cases for the product I am designing, and figuring out what happens when you say "Play Nirvana" on a voice-operated stereo system when you for some reason have both the 90s Seattle band and this rather obscure psychedelic pop outfit in your collection is a rather interesting edge case.
(2) The Smiths - Plesase, Please, Please Let Me
(3) Steve Spacek - Hey There :: My roommate, as the manager of the local Hear Music (an "upscale" record store chain owned by Starbucks that specializes in recommendations, good service, and selling CDs at MSRP), often gets a number of promotional CDs from labels with, shall we say, decidedly adult tastes.  Translation: we have Starbucks Ray Charles comps and copies of Michael Buble's last release coming out our EARS at home.  Every now and then, however, something comes along that makes us happy to be so attuned to the 40-something aging ponytailed yuppie listening market, and Steve Spacek's spaced-out soul is just that.
(4) Tujiko Noriko - Niagara Hospital :: From Blurred in my Mirror, a much more noisy and nonstructural affair than her previous works.  It's quite good, luckily.
(5) 764-HERO - Loaded Painted Red :: Uhh, I guess this came from a 90s mix that an acquaintance made for me.  A group of four of us alternated making mixes from 1965-74, 75-84, 85-94, and 95-04.  I haven't really listened to this song at all, but I don't really like what I'm hearing as I play it right now.
(6) Prefab Sprout - Bonny :: Go buy Two Wheels Good.
(7) Mandarin Chinese Primer - Lesson 6j (Making Phone Calls And Scheduling Appointments) :: Yeah, I have mp3s of Mandarin Chinese lessons on my computer.  No, I have not yet reached Lesson 6.  Yes, it is both my hobby and my job (as a linguist) to learn more about languages.  No, I suppose I don't really need to learn new languages in my current capacity as a computational linguist.  No, I do not have the FET.

...Yes, I have dated three Asian-American girls in the last four years, but NO, I didn't seek them out simply because of their heritage or any physical or emotional qualities specifically stemming from their Asian or Asian-American heritage.  They were all very nice girls who happened to be interested in me.

...Yes, I lived in Japan for five months.  NO, I did not pursue Japanese girls!

...Yes, I lied.  Are we done here?
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« Reply #122 on: 14 Mar 2006, 21:44 »

Iron Maiden - The Wicker Man
Frank Zappa - My Guitar Wants to Kill Your Mama
The Who - Pinball Wizard
Jimi Hendrix - Castles Made of Sand
Star One - Master of Darkness
Jimi Hendrix - Manic Depression
Dio - Stand Up and Shout
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« Reply #123 on: 15 Mar 2006, 12:35 »

i really like iron maiden, but...ugh...wicker man isn't their best.
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« Reply #124 on: 15 Mar 2006, 13:06 »

I can't stand that entire album.  Harris's bass is just painfully clicky.  Though, it's the only Iron Maiden CD I actually own...
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« Reply #125 on: 15 Mar 2006, 13:14 »

Vaguely on-topic, I like that Apple had to add the Smart Shuffle feature to actually make their shuffle LESS random because people couldn't handle the fact that it's statistically likely that two songs by the same group will come up consecutively.
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« Reply #126 on: 15 Mar 2006, 13:40 »

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i really like iron maiden, but...ugh...wicker man isn't their best.


It's in my top 10 maiden songs, actually. Ever since I worked out what it was about.

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1: Anal Cunt - You Must Be Wicked Underground If You Own This (Damn right)
2: Cock Sparrer - I Feel a Death Coming On (Damn I love this song. Yeeeaaaah come on come on come on come oooooon!)
3: Yasushii Ishii - The Act of a Demon or the Work of God? (This man is a genius)
4: Hawkwind - Spiral Galaxy 28948 (Where's my bong?)
5: Skyclad - Karmageddon (The Suffering Silence) (I tend to overlook this track a bit. It sounds oddly like old Bal-Sagoth in places, now I think of it)
6: Aborym 0 The Alienation of a Blackened Heart (Aborym go Carpathian Forest, almost. Industrial black punk. Sweet as.)
7: Dokaka - The Trooper (Awesome personified)
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« Reply #127 on: 15 Mar 2006, 14:28 »

hah. anal cunt. good stuff in that list there.

mahh we agree to disagree on the maiden.

not to say i don't like the song, it's just kind of the 'crazy train' of maiden. if that makes sense...which it does in my head.
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« Reply #128 on: 15 Mar 2006, 14:58 »

1) needles - SOAD
2) Anarchy - KMFDM
3) People Like Frank - Amon Tobin
4) A Crow Left of the Murder - Incubus
5) Saltydog - Flogging Molly
6) Like the Average Stalker - Soilwork
7) Grinfucked - Devil Driver

I'm amazed it missed me infinitly many Mozart/Bach songs.
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« Reply #129 on: 15 Mar 2006, 15:02 »

Nah, nah. Crazy Train was Ozzy's Sympathy for the Devil, and if there's any Maiden track that fits that pattern it's Can I Play With Madness.

The Wicker Man is possesed of genuine heavy. It is also named after one of the best films ever.
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« Reply #130 on: 15 Mar 2006, 15:05 »

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7: Dokaka - The Trooper (Awesome personified)


Oh yeah it is.  I like his cover of "Smells Like Teen Spirit" the best because of the sound he makes on the opening chords.  It's hilarious.
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« Reply #131 on: 15 Mar 2006, 15:05 »

I see your point..I just think, though it's a good song, Maiden has better.
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« Reply #132 on: 15 Mar 2006, 15:43 »

Cursive -- staying alive (Not a Beegees cover, a much better song)
Nirvana -- Polly
Greenday -- in the end
Takeing Back Sunday -- Your So Last Summer
Black Sabbath -- War Pigs
Something corperate -- punk rock princes
slayer -- seasons in the abyss


wow I didn't think i still had greenday on this computer, Weird.
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« Reply #133 on: 15 Mar 2006, 16:43 »

I think it's up with Paschendale as their best since their reformation.

Khar, what movie IS it about? Ever since I figured out that Disciples of the Watch was about Children of the Corn, it seems that every other really amazing song is based on a bad B-rate science fiction flick.
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« Reply #134 on: 15 Mar 2006, 16:45 »

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« Reply #135 on: 15 Mar 2006, 17:00 »

Take Me Away - Lifehouse
Good King Wenceslas - The Klezmonauts
Lucky - Britney Spears
My Name is Jonas - Weezer
God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman - BNL & Sarah McLaughlin
These Boots are Made for Walking - 7 Seconds
Sand River - Beth Gibbons & Rustin Man

I have a lot of crap and a lot of good stuff.  But man, I was all "FUCK" when britney popped up.
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« Reply #136 on: 15 Mar 2006, 17:13 »

The Aurora Project - The Betrayal
Nightwish - White Night Fantasy
Dope - Bring It On (F*ck tomorrow mix)
Therion - The Blood of Kingu
The Kovenant - Acid Theater
Pelican - Sirius
Epica - Feint
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« Reply #137 on: 15 Mar 2006, 17:22 »

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Like, DUH


Well... uh... SHUT UP.

If it helps my case at all, I don't watch many movies at all, let alone 70s sci-fi flicks.
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« Reply #138 on: 15 Mar 2006, 17:25 »

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Take Me Away - Lifehouse
Good King Wenceslas - The Klezmonauts
Lucky - Britney Spears
My Name is Jonas - Weezer
God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman - BNL & Sarah McLaughlin
These Boots are Made for Walking - 7 Seconds
Sand River - Beth Gibbons & Rustin Man

I have a lot of crap and a lot of good stuff.  But man, I was all "FUCK" when britney popped up.


Oh man...any song that starts with an alarm clock sound CAN'T be good...stacy orrico, britney...who else?

nice xmas-related tunes...but i like the weezer.
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« Reply #139 on: 15 Mar 2006, 17:28 »

Time starts with an alarm clock.

There goes that theory.
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« Reply #140 on: 15 Mar 2006, 17:31 »

1. Bemsha Swing - Lively Up Yourself - Medeski, Martin and Wood (Last Chance to Dance Trance (Perhaps))
2. Green Typewriteres VIII - The Olivia Tremor Control (Dusk at Cubist Castle)
3. Cassandra Geminni: B. Plant A Nail In The Navel Stream - The Mars Volta (Frances the Mute)
4. (Used To Be A) Cha - Cha - Jaco Pastorius (Jaco Pastorius)
5. Give 'Em Hell Kid - My Chemical Romance (Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge) Ugh, an ex girlfriend bought me this album. That's why she's an ex! She didn't know me at all, apparently!
6. Sugarcube - Yo La Tengo (Prisoners Of Love: A Smattering Of Scintillating Senescent Songs 1985-2003 (Disc 1))
7. The Seer's Tower - Sufjan Stevens (Illinois)

I'm pretty pleased with the results. Not too bad.
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« Reply #141 on: 15 Mar 2006, 17:35 »

awww yesss the mars volta...great album...one of my favorites...bemsha swing as well.

MCR...hmmm...anyways.

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« Reply #142 on: 15 Mar 2006, 18:57 »

Hidden In Plain View - Burned
ZebraHead - Subtract You
The Mad Caddies - Contraband
The Mad Caddies - Macho Nacho
Blink 182 - Does My Breath Smell? (off of the Iconoclasts split 7")
Brand New - Logan To Government Center
Reggie and the Full Effect - Mood 4 Luv (featuring Fluxuation)


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« Reply #143 on: 15 Mar 2006, 20:25 »

Bemsha Swing is a great tune.  One of my favorites of Monk, though my absolute favorite would have to be "Epistrophy."  Hell, it's one of my favorite tunes ever.
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« Reply #144 on: 15 Mar 2006, 21:52 »

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i'm pleased...i actually really like the green album, by weezer....blue was good, but not as good...


?!?!?!

i am usually pretty respectful of other people's music tastes, but Green Album being better than Blue Album?  i'm sorry, but WHAT?!?
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« Reply #145 on: 15 Mar 2006, 22:58 »

boredom (and iTunes) strikes again!

1. "Something Else" by Gary Jules
2. "A Horse With No Name" by America
3. "Imaginary" by Evanescence
4. "The Weight" by The Band
5. "Enter Sandman" by Richard Cheese
6. "Smells Like Nirvana" by Weird Al Yankovic
7. "Wish You Were Here" by Pink Floyd (hells yes)
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« Reply #146 on: 16 Mar 2006, 09:26 »

1. Better Off Without A Wife - Tom Waits. (I really like that album. The intros, they're evrywhar!)

2. Hunted By A Freak - Mogwai (Yay.)

3. Go With The Flow - Queens Of The Stone Age (Duh-duh-duh-duuh-duuuh, duhduhduh-duh-duuuh.)

4. Roadside - The Sandmen (Fuck YES! I love this song.)

5. Waterloo Sunset - The Kinks (You know who they are. Not that good a song, though.)

6. Hit The City - Mark Lanegan (Mmm.)

7. Voodoo Lady - Ween (Ween, live. Saucesome.)

So. Yeah.
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« Reply #147 on: 16 Mar 2006, 09:38 »

Quote from: Storm Rider

Khar, what movie IS it about?


Although I'd have thought it RATHER obvious...



THE WICKER MAN.

>_<

Although it's also got a little bit of Bruceys own interests in the occult in it, in the perspective and whatnot, which is why I really like it.
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« Reply #148 on: 16 Mar 2006, 17:32 »

1. Beck - Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime
2. Atmosphere - Panic Attack
3. Tool - Part Of Me
4. Head Automatica - Zack Morris Is My hero
5. Deerhoof - My Diamond Star Car
6. Franz Ferdinand - The Dark Of The MatinÚ
7. Sonic Youth - Titanium ExposÚ

1. Cage - Radiohead
2. My Bloody Valentine - Sometimes
3. Modest Mouse - Tiny Cities Made Of Ashes
4. Phil Collins - You'll Be In My Heart...
5. Sixtoo - Anger
6. Nirvana - Pennyroyal Tea
7. Songs: Ohia - Redhead

I think God punished me for making the second list. And no, I do not listen to Phil Collins.
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« Reply #149 on: 16 Mar 2006, 18:36 »

Island View Drive - Slipping Away
Audioslave - Light My Way
Island View Drive - Underneath the Moon
Fall Out Boy - Chicago is so Two Years Ago
El Toro - Georgia Peach
Joe Hisashi - Ashitaka and San
Incubus - Talk Shows on Mute

Island View Drive is an indie reggae/ska outfit from Michigan that likes to tour in my area.

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