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Old 04-06-2013, 05:21 PM   #226
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The last couple of days...

the flaming lips - transmissions from the satellite heart
talking heads - speaking in tongues
matthew sweet - modern art
the sea & cake - the biz
deerhunter - microcastle
fugazi - 13 songs
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Old 04-08-2013, 06:16 PM   #228
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The new Strokes album "comedown machine" is really good!
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The strokes - comedown machine.

Think angles was better, but need to listen to this more

JT - 20/20 experience. JT's best with love sounds a very close second
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Old 04-13-2013, 05:43 AM   #232
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I don't know why I missed this one for so long, but that's a really good one! I love the Betties. Their latest (Oh, Mayhem!) is also very good. Different as the songs are louder and poppier than their earlier stuff, but still of high quality.

meL Norah Jones - Little Broken Hearts
I got this one recently used and it's a very good album. I'm not that big a fan of hers, but this album sounds interesting. Danger Mouse's production (and also the subject matter) moves it away from mainstream pop/jazz into some darker area.
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Yeah, I love that album, and it has aged well. I never bothered with anything past Lamprey. What do you recommend I check out?

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Old 04-27-2013, 01:21 AM   #235
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Yeah, I love that album, and it has aged well. I never bothered with anything past Lamprey. What do you recommend I check out?
Dust Bunnies, the album immediately after Lamprey is one of my favourites.


me: Norah Jones - Little Broken Hearts

Edit: Interesting... This was also the album I had just listened to in my previous post in this thread. Spooky!
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