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Old 01-15-2005, 10:57 PM   #31
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LOL. I have some David Sylvian too but thats on vinyl
but vinyl is great i've got two japan lps as well as a single. love gentlemen take polaroids so much i even bought a poster david sylvian is good but only his first album or two. then he got too out there for me.

anyway, here's my list. it's incomplete, yes, but i don't care. some of it is embarrassing, but i can at least tell you the worst of it (the country, n sync, etc.) were gifts that i just haven't ever bothered to sell. i hate selling music because i've always ended up regretting it. and i did last name, first name so i could alphabetize this list.

ace of base
anthony, marc
apple, fiona
arcadia
barenaked ladies
beastie boys
benatar, pat
bowie, david
brandy
carey, mariah
collective soul
cranberries, the
crow, sheryl
culture club
dandy warhols, the
dc talk nu thang
def leppard
delirious?
destiny's child
dixie chicks
duran duran
fastball
ferry, bryan
filter
fleetwood mac
foo fighters
franz ferdinand
goo goo dolls, the
halliwell, geri
hill, lauryn
houston, whitney
inxs
jackson, janet
jackson, michael
japan
jars of clay
jewel
jones, norah
lauper, cyndi
madonna
martin, ricky
matchbox twenty
mclachlan, sarah
morissette, alanis
neurotic outsiders
newsboys, the
nicks, stevie
no doubt
offspring, the
orgy
paige, jennifer
passengers
pavarotti, luciano
p!nk
police, the
power station, the the
r.e.m.
red hot chili peppers
rimes, leann
rolling stones forty
roxy music
santana
sex pistols
smash mouth
spice girls
steely dan
sting
stone temple pilots
sugar ray
taylor, john
third day
tlc
train
U2
van halen

various artists crap:
a very special christmas
the bodyguard
chicago (the soundtrack, not that god awful band)
living in oblivion 2
waiting to exhale
the saint
duran duran tribute album
chef aid
austin powers the spy who shagged me
drive me crazy
coyote ugly
mtv party to go: 2000
now that's what i call music! 4
now that's what i call music! 5
now that's what i call christmas!
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damn forget belle & sebastian

merzbow is crap.
i missed lots too.

nothing blows harder than merzbow.
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Everyone by whom I own an album. Some of it is shite (creed, Britney), some of it guilty pleasure (motley crue, avril), but I'm not ashamed per se.

2Pac
3 Doors Down
58
AC/DC
Bryan Adams
Ryan Adams
Aerosmith
AFI
Christina Aguilera
Alice in Chains
Tori Amos
Fiona Apple
Aqua
Richard Ashcroft
Audioslave
Barenaked Ladies
The Beach Boys
The Beastie Boys
The Beatles
Beck
Ben Folds Five
Ben Folds
Bjork
The Black Crowes
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Black Sabbath
Blink 182
Blues Traveler
Blur
Bon Jovi
Bone Thugs N Harmony
Boston
David Bowie
Michelle Branch
Garth Brooks
James Brown
Jeff Buckley
Jimmy Buffett
Bush
Carbon Leaf
Vanessa Carlton
Johnny Cash
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Cheap Trick
Clannad
Eric Clapton
The Clash
The Cranberries
Coldplay
Collective Soul
The Corrs
Elvis Costello
Counting Crows
Cream
Creed
Sheryl Crow
The Cure
Cypress Hill
Dashboard Confessional
Dave Matthews Band
Dido
Celine Dion
The Donnas
The Doors
Doves
Dropkick Murphys
Dru Hill
Bob Dylan
The Eagles
Eminem
Enya
Evanescence
Everclear
Flaming Lips
Fleetwood Mac
Flogging Molly
Foo Fighters
Fozzy
Franz Ferdinand
Nelly Furtado
Garbage
Godsmack
Gorrillaz
Green Day
Guns N' Roses
PJ Harvey
Jimi Hendrix
Don Henley
The Hives
Buddy Holly
Hoobastank
Hootie and the Blowfish
Billy Idol
Natalie Imbruglia
Incubus
INXS
Alan Jackson
Mick Jagger
Jane's Addiction
Jay-Z
Wyclef Jean
Jet
Jethro Tull
Jewel
Jimmy Eat World
Billy Joel
Elton John
Norah Jones
Kansas
K-Ci and JoJo
Kid Rock
The Killers
Kiss
Kittie
Korn
Lenny Kravitz
Avril Lavigne
Led Zeppelin
John Lennon
Limp Bizkit
Linkin Park
Live
LL Cool J
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Madonna
Mase
Bob Marley and the Wailers
George Martin
Matchbox Twenty
John Mayer
Edwin McCain
Paul McCartney
Loreena McKennit
Sarah McLachlan
Don McLean
Me First and the Gimme Gimmes
John Mellencamp
Metallica
George Michael
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
Moby
Alanis Morissette
Morrissey
Van Morrison
Motley Crue
Muse (US)
Nelly
Nickelback
Stevie Nicks
Nine Inch Nails
Nirvana
No Doubt
Notorious BIG
Ted Nugent
Oasis
Ocean Colour Scene
The Offspring
Orgy
Ozzy Osbourne
Outkast
P.O.D.
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant
Pearl Jam
A Perfect Circle
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Liz Phair
Glen Phillips
Pink Floyd
Placebo
The Pogues
Poison
The Police
The Presidents of the United States of America
Elvis Presley
Prince
Pseudopod
Puddle of Mudd
Puff Daddy
Queen
R.E.M.
Radiohead
Rage Against the Machine
Ramones
Rancid
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Lou Reed
Reel Big Fish
The Rolling Stones
Rooney
Busta Rhymes
Santana
Danny Schmidt
Scissor Sisters
Scott Weiland
The Sex Pistols
Shakira
Sigur Ros
Silverchair
Simon and Garfunkel
Jan Smith
Will Smith
The Smiths
Snow Patrol
Sparta
Britney Spears
Bruce Springsteen
Gwen Stefani
The Stereophonics
Sting
The Stone Roses
Stone Temple Pilots
The Streets
The Strokes
Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros
Sublime
Sugar Ray
Sum 41
James Taylor
Tchaikovsky
Thin Lizzy
Third Eye Blind
Toad the Wet Sprocket
Tonic
Tool
Train
Travis
Shania Twain
U2
Uncle Kracker
Usher
Van Halen
Velvet Revolver
The Verve
The Violent Femmes
Tom Waits
The Wallflowers
Weezer
Whiskeytown
The White Stripes
The Who
Wilco
Robbie Williams
Brian Wilson
"Weird Al" Yankovic
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Dwight Yoakam
Neil Young
Frank Zappa
Warren Zevon
Rob Zombie
Zwan

And mp3s by but not limited to
Keane
Modest Mouse
Leonard Cohen
The Goo Goo Dolls
Kanye West
Bowling for Soup
Rilo Kiley
Jason Mraz
Loretta Lynn
The Vines
The Libertines
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*random order*

Vertical Horizon
Live
The Clash
The Ramones
The Police
The Killers
The Strokes
The Hives
The Offspring
The Rollingstones
The Cranberries
Garbage
Goo Goo Dolls
No Doubt
David Bowie
Fast Ball
Travis
LL Cool J (not a band, but I like some of his stuff)
Duran Duran
R.E.M.
Jimmy Eat World
Coldplay
Foo Fighters
Bob Marley
Yound Dubliners
Franz Ferdinand
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Pearl Jam
Soundgarden
Rage Against the Machine
Audioslave (makes sense in light of last 2)
Los Tigres Del Norte (Mexican band, I don't understand most of the lyrics, but I like their sound).
Bryan Adams *not to be confused with that guy who gets mad for being confused for Bryan*
Matchbox 20
Snow Patrol
Linkin Park (I know, cr@p to some, but when the singer isn't screaming/shouting, he has a nice voice)
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Since I just organized yet another cd album, I will list the random artists occupying this latest folder of mine: *and yes there are some very random music genres that I own and a lot of music that may be consider crap but I love it all. *

Sting
Norah Jones
Keane
David Gray
Doves
Sigur Ros
Stereophonics
Remy Zero
The Stone Roses
Ian Brown
Ash
Pete Yorn
Ryan Adams
Jet
Modest Mouse
The Killers
Radiohead
Coldplay
Damien Rice
Oasis
Idlewild
The White Stripes
No Doubt
Travis
Remy Shand
REM
Pedestrain
Paloalto
The Best of 2002 Q cd
U2
The Beatles
Dave Matthews Band
Madonna
Chris Botti
Smashing Pumpkins
Train
The Wallflowers
The Streets
Beastie Boys
Missy Elliott
En Vogue
Marvin Gaye Greatest Hits
TLC
Janet Jackson
Alisha Keys
Justin Timberlake
Outkast
George Michael
Hall & Oats
The Pretenders
INXS
Tears for Fears
Squeeze
The Cure
Sarah McLachlan
Brad Paisley
MTV Unplugged from 1994
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i like a lot of bands.


MVD, is brad paisley the 'mud on the tires' song? if i hear that song one more time, i might start killing people who drive 4-wheel drive vehicles
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Ian Brown
Im so glad you listed Ian as well. His music is amazing.

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People who have alphabetized their lists frighten me!
Here's just a wee sample of some stuff I like, since I'm at an internet cafe in Dublin and don't want to pay that much.....

U2
The Tossers
The Slackers
Deal's Gone Bad
The Toasters
The StingersATX
The Gits
Dropkick Murphys
Rancid
XTC
Pearl Jam
Nirvana
The Jam
The Buzzcocks
The Business
Crass
Dirt
The Stranglers
The Cockney Rejects
The Sex Pistols
The Rolling Stones
Siouxie and the Banshees
The Arcade Fire
Merzbow
The Jesus Lizard
The Mekons
The Dubliners
The Chieftains
Kevin Burke
The Pogues
Sonic Youth
Thurston Moore (solo)
Glenn Branca
The Theoretical Girls
DNA
Mars
Teenage Jesus & the Jerks
Liquid Liquid
The Contortions
The Sea & Cake
X
The Original Sinners
Phil Ochs
Bob Dylan
The Angelic Upstarts
The Dils
The Nipple Erectors (The Nips)
The Ejected
The Alkaline Trio (guilty pleasure)
Grey Area
Ignite
......there are more, but my brain is tired for the moment. I'm gonna go to the Guinness Storehouse later, that'll perk me up to write some more!
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People who have alphabetized their lists frighten me!
..... or they've just pasted their list straight out of their Itunes.
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MVD, is brad paisley the 'mud on the tires' song? if i hear that song one more time, i might start killing people who drive 4-wheel drive vehicles
indeed it is.
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U2, Zeppelin # 1!!!

AC/DC
Adorable
Aerosmith
Alice In Chains
Audioslave
Bad Company
The Beastie Boys
The Beatles
Black Sabbath
David Bowie
CCR
The Clash
The Cult
The Cure
Coldplay
Cream
Sheryl Crow
Depeche Mode
Duran Duran
The Eagles
Erasure
The Goo Goo Dolls
G'N'R
Great Big Sea
Green Day
The Guess Who
Jane's Addiction
Elton John (before he sold out)
Led Zeppelin
Linkin Park
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Sarah McLachlan
Mad Season
Metallica
New Order
Nirvana
Oasis
The Offspring
Our Lady Peace
Ozzy
Pink Floyd
The Pixies
Queen
Radiohead
Rage Against the Machine
The Red Hot Chili Peppers
The Rolling Stones
Rush
The Smiths
Soundgarden
Smashing Pumpkins
Stevie Ray Vaughan
Supertramp
Temple of the Dog
The Stone Roses
The Verve
The Who
U2
Velvet Revolver
Neil Young
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Y'all need to get some of The Church!

Except Beli Of course even she needs to get some new work (something within the past 15 years or so ).

I don't want to type out all the ovbious ones (Beatles, Who, Clash, Replacements, Pink Floyd, The Cure, etc., etc.), so I'll just list stuff not mentioned (or not mentioned much). And there is little order either (well except that The Church and Steve Kilbey are indeed my absolute favorites!) Yes, I am a lazy sod!

The Church
Steve Kilbey
Isidore
Marty Willson-Piper
Art of Fighting
Gersey
Cocteau Twins
Dead Can Dance
Stephen Cummings
Remy Zero
Hex
Mae Moore
David Lane
Pluto
Miss V
The Crystal Set
The Bhagavad Guitars
JLK
Warp Factor 9
The Waterboys
REM (early mostly)
Peter Gabriel
Jack Frost
Sleepwell
Sea Ray
Soma
Van Morrison
Neil Young (obvious, but I like well enough to want to type out)
Clannad
Boomtown Rats
Bryan Ferry
Roxy Music
Dexy's Midnight Runners
Echo and the Bunnymen
Ian McCulloch
General Public
Jesse Winchester
The Beach Boys
The Go-Gos
The B52's
Pugwash
Over The Rhine
Love Tractor
Fake
Underground Lovers
The Style Council
Tears For Fears
The dBs
Let's Active
Joe Jackson
Hothouse Flowers
Chickasaw Mudd Puppies
Syd Straw
Sinead O'Connor
Bob Marley
Simple Minds
The Psychedelic Furs
Hunters & Collectors
The Jack Rubies
Eleventh Dream Day
Toad the Wet Sprocket
In Tua Nua
Enigma
Depeche Mode
INXS
The Stone Roses
Midnight Oil
Bruce Cockburn

I'm sure there are more, but I'm done.
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indeed it is.

seriously, some unsuspecting SUV is going to get a radio chucked through their window.



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all my favorites, semi-favorites, casual-fan bands, and guitly pleasures are combined on this list.

this is still a work in progress, obviously, as i'm hearing new stuff i like almost daily....i've recently decided i like some mainstream country music, and that's barely reflected here (i did tack on tim mcgraw to the end of the list)....

black 47
blood or whiskey
the dubliners
enter the haggis
flogging molly
the pogues
shane macgowan & the popes
the tossers
big bad bollocks
blackthron
dick gaughan
greenland whale fisheries
the prodigals
the pubcrawlers
real mckenzies
the skells
wolf stone
ash
barenaked ladies
the beatles
better than ezra
blur
bruce springsteen
counting crows
creedence clearwater revival
buddy holly
the crimea
coldplay
the darkness
dinosaur jr
eric clapton
freedy johnston
foo fighters
george harrison
havana 3am
joe strummer (with and without the mescaleros)
idlewild
john frusciante
john lennon
joy division
the like young
live
the long winters
nirvana
oasis
paul mccartney
paul weller
pearl jam
pink floyd
the pixies
radiohead
red hot chili peppers
REM
richard ashcroft
the shins
silverchair
smashing pumpkins
zwan
the smiths
soundgarden
southside johnny & the asbury jukes
starsailor
u2
the who
alice in chains
andrew wk
audio slave
the beach boys
beck
bell x1
berlin
the beta band
big star
BRMC
bill haley and the comets
the boo radleys
broken social scene
cake
camper van beethoven
chris cornell
damien rice
the decembrists
delgados
dire straights
doves
eastern lane
elbow
elliott smith
elvis presely
elvis costello
flaming lips
the frames
franz ferdinand
gary jules
gemme hayes
grandaddy
grant lee buffalo
guided by voices
harry nilsson
hoodoo gurus
i am kloot
interpol
j.mascis and the fog
jack johnson
jeff buckley
john fogerty
the killers
the kinks
longwave
manic street preachers
marion
the mc5
mission of burma
modest mouse
morrissey
mudhoney
my vitriol
neil finn
neil young
new pornographers
nick cave & the bad seeds
oasis
ocean color scene
of montreal
old 97s
pavement
the pelicans
placebo
rage against the machine
red kross
the replacements
richard hell
rolling stones
rose tattoo
ryan adams
seafood
simon and garfunkel
the smugglers
snow patrol
south
stellastarr
stephen malkmus
stir
stratford 4
suede
sugar
supergrass
ted leo & the pharmacists
the arcade fire
the cure
the verve
the walkmen
they might be giants
traveling wilburys
van morrison
velvet revolver
the velvet teen
the velvet underground
william shatner (w/ henry rollins, w/ joe jackson)
yo la tengo
agnostic front
25ta life
hatebreed
madball
murphy's law
sick of it all
akward thought
bad brains
bane
beer zone
bionic
breakdown
cro-mags
death by stereo
gorilla biscuits
h2o
killing time
how it ends
minor threat
knuckledust
sheer terror
strenght approach
ten yard fight
strike anywhere
terror
vision
voorhees
warzone
youth brigade
iron maiden
a wilhelm scream
AC/DC
deftones
guns n roses
killswitch engage
metalica
motorhead
naglfar
nightwish
taproot
the crown
tool
smokey robinson and the miracles
the chords
the jam
the nips
the commitments soundtrack
small faces
blood for blood
the bluebloods
the bruisers
dirty water
the ducky boys
dropkick murphys
kings of nuthin'
mighty mighty bosstones
ramallah
rick barton & the shadowblasters
sinners & saints
street dogs
avoid one thing
confront
crash and burn
darkbuster
the explosion
the f.u.'s
far from finished
gang green
jeepers h crackers
jerry's kids
kicked in the head
pug uglies
slapshot
SSD
the standells - dirty water
stranglehold
tommy & the terrors
sagor & swing
atom and his package
bauhaus
the cars
clinic
depeche mode
the divine comedy
echo & the bunnymen
the english beat
error
johnny greenwood
KMFDM
kraftwerk
mott the hoople
new order
nine inch nails
outkast
peter schilling
pluxus
romislokus
sage francis
the streets
t-rex
tears for fears
brain setzer orchestra
johnny cash
rev. horton heat
robert johnson
the gourds
tiger army
beausoleil
billy bragg
bob dylan
bob marley
buckwheat zydeco
carl perkins
chuck berry
count five
devil dogs
devil's brigade
dicemen
eddie cochran
gene vincent
jo-el sonnier
mad sin
the meteors
miles davis
mitch ryder & the detroit wheels
necromantix
otis redding
stray cats
van orsdels
afi
bad religion
bouncing souls
the clash
daredevils
down by law
fugazi
intro5pect
me first and the gimme gimmes
pennywise
the pinkerton thugs
rancid
ramones
sex pistols
social distortion
stiff little fingers
the vandals
the (international) noise conspiracy
7 seconds
the adolescents
the adverts
against me!
all
american steel
ann beretta
anti-flag
backyard babies
beatsteaks
big boys
the boils
bombshell rocks
the briefs
the buzzcocks
circle jerks
the damned
dag nasty
daycare swindlers
dead boys
dead kennedys
descendents
die toten hosen
dillinger four
distillers
DOA
downset
drexel
duane peters & the hunns
el centro
the ends
face to face
hot water music
husker du
jawbreaker
lars frederiksen & the bastards
the lawrence arms
the living end
lost city angels
the misfits
nerf herder
nerve agents
new bomb turks
the new breed
nofx
one man army
peter & the test tube babies
pretty girls make graves
satanic surfers
the six cent legend
sixer
slaughter & the dogs
sleater-kiney
straw dogs
strung out
subhumans
swinging utters
talking heads
thug murder
transplants
tsunami bomb
US bombs
union 13
the vibrators
the vigilantes
wasted
wednesday night heroes
worthless united
the specials
the aggrolites
big d and the kids table
big youth
chris murray
citizen fish
common rider
danny ray
desmond dekker
the equals
fishbone hepcat
jimmy cliff
king django
laurel aitkin
let's quit
mo bettah freaks
moutwash
mustard plug
operation ivy
the pietasters
planet smashers
skarface
the slackers
the spitvalves
suicide machines
the toasters
toots & the maytals
blitz
the business
cock sparrer
emscherkurve 77
hudson falcons
the prowlers
fighting chance
stage bottles
fate 2 hate
the class assassins
the oppressed
hell to pay
final four
patriot
roger miret & the disasters
squared off
US roughnecks
4 skins
12th street staggers
ACAB
adolf & the pissartists
all out
angelic upstarts
anti-heroes
anti-nowhere league
argy bargy
authority
belfast carbomb
the beltones
bierkampf
black star brigade
bloody riot
bonecrusher
the bones
born to lose (IN)
born to lose (TX)
bottles & skulls
brassknuckle boys
broken bones
broken heroes
chelsea
cockney rejects
colonna infame skinheads
combat 84
criminal class USA
the cuffs
discipline
flat foot 56
the forgotten
the gc5
iron cross
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tennispunk: can i ask why you like merzbow? not dissing your music taste or anything (it's excellent), but to me merzbow is just noise without much (or any) musical features about it and i want to know what part of it appeals to you. i've always wondered this.
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