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Old 11-22-2006, 04:53 PM   #46
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How about people stop being rude about other people's musical likes?

Continue.
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Old 11-22-2006, 08:44 PM   #47
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Arcade Fire
Aereogramme
Porcupine Tree
The Gunshy
U2
R.E.M.
Radiohead
The Twilight Singers
The Church
The Handsome Family
and a bunch of others no doubt...
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oh, and The Stooges are releasing their first album in 33 years next year.

No joke.
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Prediction: Bruce Springsteen releases an album with the Blue Man Group.
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and I'll probably still like it
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That new Bloc Party song underwhelmed me. I'm still interested to see where the album will wind up, quality-wise; I hope it's listenable, though, and more consistent/less oft-mediocre than Silent Alarm. Sorry for going O-T, but I couldn't resist. 2007 should be dece, but I don't yet have much of a reason to expect more from it than I got from 2006.
crap, I haven't listened to the new Bloc Party, I know is leaked, but well, my expectation are high

and of course, new Explosions in the Sky
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Old 11-23-2006, 05:41 AM   #52
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For me, 2007 is already shaping up nicely with new ones from:

Nine Inch Nails
PJ Harvey
Neil Finn
B.R.M.C.
Interpol
The Cure
Radiohead

And possibly new ones from:

R.E.M.
U2
Echo & The Bunnymen
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Old 11-24-2006, 12:12 PM   #53
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Because your not making any sense
Like hell I'm not. A single is a release just like an album is. And a single song off an album is still released as well. Just because I"m thinking in broader terms doesn't mean it doesn't make sense. Dink.
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Like hell I'm not. A single is a release just like an album is. And a single song off an album is still released as well. Just because I"m thinking in broader terms doesn't mean it doesn't make sense.
I think I'm in the wrong thread then. I must be posting in "Single Releases of 2007."


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Can we continue talking about albums? Sondre Lerche has a new album coming out in January. And maybe Rilo Kiley. WOOO
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The Shins, Bloc Party, The Arcade Fire... 3 albums that will rock in 2007

with a little of luck, GY!BE will back, at least to release 'Albanian' and 'Gamelan', two amazing tracks never recorded
I'm hoping for the same.
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the best of this year was absolutely The Killers - Sam's Town ...and...I hope next year's will be :::: U2
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I believe I saw them on a list of artists that were working on new material, yes.
An EP is meant to be coming out in mid to late 2007 with them going back into the studio to record a full album in 2008.
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I think I'm in the wrong thread then. I must be posting in "Single Releases of 2007."
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I think I'm in the wrong thread then. I must be posting in "Single Releases of 2007."





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Can we continue talking about albums? Sondre Lerche has a new album coming out in January. And maybe Rilo Kiley. WOOO
Stop trying to psycho analyze everything & make
me some of those delicious macadamia pancakes
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you guys forgot Bruce Springsteen and the Seeger Sessions Band and the poshtumous American V from Johnny Cash in 2006. for shame
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