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Old 11-08-2005, 07:59 PM   #16
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I highly recomend you check out "Not Exotic" by Dolorean. That CD put me in a trance when I first heard it and it didn't let go for weeks. Quality song writing, heartbreaking lyrics, all around beautiful.
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Brian Eno's Another Green World currently is holding my hostage. I listen to some of it every day. It's like a lovely journey through a musical land of awesomeness.

Paul McCartney's latest solo effort Chaos & Creation In The Backyard is also holding me at gunpoint. Melancholy, dreary in parts, honest, wonderful
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Old 11-08-2005, 11:47 PM   #19
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oh, this is easy for me

65daysofstatic - The Fall of Math
65daysofstatic - One Time for All Time
God is an Astronaut - All is Violent, All is Bright
Detwiije - Would You Rather Be Followed By Forty Ducks For The Rest Of Your Life

every day I listen weirder music
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Oh, and right now Social Distortion's S/T is in heavy rotation
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Old 11-09-2005, 12:23 AM   #21
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The album I never ever ever EVER get tired of???

POP, of course!


But Kid A was on constant rotation for a while... until I bought Hail to the Thief!


And Achtung Baby is definitely up there.
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01 U2: ACHTUNG BABY - i listen to the baby for 14 years
02 RAMMSTEIN: Mutter / Reise, Reise / Rosenrot - i love all of their albums
03 QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE: Songs For The Deaf - best band of the 21st century
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Howl has had a grip on me since it's release although I have been able to put it down for a week just to keep from getting sick of it.

I can't go a day without listening to at least something from Brian Jonestown Massacre's Tepid Pepermint Wonderland. I'm about the furthest thing from an indie hipster but this one has me thoroughly sucked in.
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The album I never ever ever EVER get tired of???

POP, of course!


But Kid A was on constant rotation for a while... until I bought Hail to the Thief!


And Achtung Baby is definitely up there.
let's get married plzthnx

I don't have Hail yet, so you reccommend it then? I'm definitely totally in love with Kid A right now. Amnesiac's good too. And The Bends is classic. I think OK Computer is actually my least favourite RH album now...maybe...but it's still

So, uh, yeah. Pop. Kid A. The Bends. Achtung (though as of late I've just been listening to Acrobat a whole bunch). I was hooked on Alien Ant Farm's 3rd Draft for awhile there, though now not as much since I got Kid A. Zooropa. Any U2 album really, that's why I'm here. Death Cab For Cutie's Plans. Porcupine Tree's In Absentia (Trains, mostly ). Bloc Party's Silent Alarm. and probably anything Zootlesque likes
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super furry animals - love kraft
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I don't have Hail yet, so you reccommend it then?
HELLSS YEAH!!!
Just ask bsp, namkcuR, imp13 and the other good folks who recommended it to me.


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I'm definitely totally in love with Kid A right now. Amnesiac's good too. And The Bends is classic. I think OK Computer is actually my least favourite RH album now...maybe...but it's still
How did you become a Radiohead loonie like me all of a sudden?


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and probably anything Zootlesque likes
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that's an album I have to pay more attention, I have it but I don't listen to it often
is one of my favorite bands!
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that's an album I have to pay more attention, I have it but I don't listen to it often
is one of my favorite bands!
yeah, i've just recently gotten very into them. they are really so unique, inventive and awesome.

i also love their album "mwng" which is all in welsh. craziness!
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PJ Harvey - To Bring You My Love
Tori Amos - From the Choirgirl Hotel
The Breeders - Pod (what a goddamn perfect album IMO)

Pink Floyd's The Wall is probably my longest-running never-get-tired-of album.
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