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Old 11-10-2005, 05:29 AM   #31
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under a blood red sky ( my dog got a hold of it)
and derr! Dead mans party, oingo boingo.


capt beefheart ( you might know this record as the rare one that they wouldnt sell the geek in the movie " high fidelity"
and riot on the sunset strip, its a comp of great garage rock bands from the 60's


the doors first album, simply amazing, and Tom waits 'small change", once youve heard " tom trauberts blues" it will change your life!



velvet underground, and ziggy stardust


elvis costello, and the sex pistols

guns n roses and janes addiction


these are the babies I cant live without!
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Old 11-10-2005, 05:46 AM   #32
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I've got to play me that Tom Waits album again sometimes.

I'm always in an Over the Rhine mood:
- Ohio
- Films for Radio
- Changes Come

All extremely beautiful!
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Old 11-10-2005, 07:39 AM   #33
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Thats a tough one, but over this past year there have been a few albums that I have just listened to over and over again.
U2-Achtung Baby
U2-HTDAAB
The Cure-Disintigration
The Cure-Pornography
The Killers-Hot Fuss
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Old 11-10-2005, 07:41 AM   #34
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It was and still it is and still will be ACHTUNG BABY::::::::::::::::::::::
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As for a current one, I'd have to go with Extraordinary Machine.
yessss.

i can't believe i'm going to be in the same room with her in two weeks. and once again, my sister-in-law has delivered incredible seats.

what are your favorites from the cd so far, april?
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The Cure - Disintegration
Flaming Lips - Yoshimi vs the Pink Robots
Radiohead - OK Computer, Kid A
Floyd - Meddle
Pixies - Surfer Rosa, Doolittle, Trompe Le Monde
Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream
Zeppelin - 1, 2, 3, 4, Houses of the Holy
Beatles - White Album, Abbey Road
Arcade Fire - Funeral
Jane's Addiction - Ritual, Nothing Shocking
Hum - Downward is Heavenward
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Old 11-10-2005, 10:22 AM   #37
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hot fuss
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at the minute it is definitly...... gorillaz - demon days!!
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Beatles - Revolver
Achtung baby
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Mull Historical Society -- Loss
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"Unknown Pleasures" - Joy Division
"Wish You Were Here" - Pink Floyd
"Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence" - Dream Theater
"Boy" - U2
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"Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence" - Dream Theater

1st or 2nd CD?


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I had Scars on repeat for 13 hours, couldn't stop listening to it, the guitar, the bass, the drums
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How did you become a Radiohead loonie like me all of a sudden?
Well you see, I says to myself, I says, Zootles is pretty hot and a cool dude, so maybe I should raid his CD collection

no really, over the summer I went to my friend's house and put a shitload of music on my iPod from his computer, which was OK. (bad, I know. but laugh anyway, damnit.) Upon first listen (and this was my first Radiohead experience, ever) I was extremely impressed, Karma Police was/is perfect so 'bout a month ago I got The Bends and couldn't stop listening to it, catchy as hell, a nice straightforward 90's rock album. Then not too long ago I got Kid A, the first time I listened to it I was sorta like "um. wtf?" but the more I listened to it the more I loved it and by the fourth time or so I decided it was one of the greatest albums every made by anyone soooo I bought Amnesiac and now Radiohead is my new favourite band (U2 is a level above favourite. nothing can ever replace them).

There's my Radiohead story that I'm sure everyone cared about a whole lot because I'm so important and interesting and people just don't talk enough about Radiohead. Sorry for the derail.

Another album to add to my list is "Lifted or the Story is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground" by Bright Eyes. Really fucking amazing album, especially for someone so young! I'm seeing Bright Eyes this Sunday
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Then not too long ago I got Kid A, the first time I listened to it I was sorta like "um. wtf?" but the more I listened to it the more I loved it and by the fourth time or so I decided it was one of the greatest albums every made by anyone


Amen!!!


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There's my Radiohead story that I'm sure everyone cared about a whole lot because I'm so important and interesting and people just don't talk enough about Radiohead.
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