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Old 04-25-2008, 03:07 PM   #91
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R.E.M.'s Accelerate is the only album I bought this year


I did see you buy some other albums some weeks ago. So Accelerate isn't the only one!
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Old 04-25-2008, 03:21 PM   #92
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Perry Farrell has always bugged the ever-loving snot out of me. I cannot stand to listen to him sing even one note.
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Jane Says...Cori FAILS.
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I think Accelerate is the only new release for me too this year. Other than the cd version of In Rainbows, I can't think of anything else. What else has come out this year?

ETA: Never mind. I found that thread talking about new releases so far. Nick Cave and Racounters seemed popular. Don't know either one.
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Jane Says...Cori FAILS.
Cori says ... laz will make a great pet.

We'll make great pets
We'll make great pets!
We'll make great pets
We'll make great pets!

Cori stabs herself in the eardrums.
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Cori says ... laz will make a great pet.

We'll make great pets
We'll make great pets!
We'll make great pets
We'll make great pets!

Cori stabs herself in the eardrums.
I don't even know that song but still... !!!
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What else has come out this year?

http://forum.interference.com/t186126.html

Lots o' goodies in my opinion.
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http://forum.interference.com/t186126.html

Lots o' goodies in my opinion.
I found your thread, dude. Didn't you see my edit?
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I don't even know that song
It's from Farrell's post-Jane's Addiction band, Porno For Pyros.

You should be all over it, Zoots. It's from the 90s.
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It's from Farrell's post-Jane's Addiction band, Porno For Pyros.

You should be all over it, Zoots. It's from the 90s.
Yeah I know. I'm not very knowledgeable on Jane's Addiction or Porno For Pyros.

I do remember seeing a PFP video on MTV back in 93 or something but that's it.
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The video you saw was probably for "Pets."

Most annoying song EVER.
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Yeahhh come to think of it, I think it was Pets! Shit, now I gotta go home and youtube this sucker!
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This is the official RANDOM music talk thread, right? So here goes nothin'.

Corianderstem if you are out there at all I was wondering if you could reply to the following...

You are the only kind soul on this forum who has admitted to being appreciative of Girls Aloud and their British sex-pop musical stylings. I'm going to list some of my top Girls Aloud tracks and I was hoping you could let me know what some of your favorites are as well...

1. Sound of the Underground (Their debut single...will always be #1 in my heart)
2. Long Hot Summer
3. Biology
4. No Good Advice
5. Love Machine
6. Wake Me Up
7. Life Got Cold
8. Watch Me Go
9. Whole Lotta History
10. Swinging London Town

(And of their newer stuff my favorites are probably Call the Shots and the B-side Hoxton Heroes)

Anyone else...feel free to reply with your favorites as well....or with any positive or negative feedback of any kind. Thanks!
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Yeah I know. I'm not very knowledgeable on Jane's Addiction or Porno For Pyros.

I do remember seeing a PFP video on MTV back in 93 or something but that's it.

Perry's voice certainly isn't for anyone, but Jane's was a quintessential 90's band, hugely influential and genre bending. You take Perry's bizarre electro-hippie lyrics, Dave Navarro's L.A. Metal guitar work, and Steven Perkins' polyrhythms which take it into tribal directions at times (this guy is in my opinion the best drummer of the last 20 years), and you have a really unique sounds. Some of the songs are short and punky, some long and Zeppelin-esque epic.

It's hard to say what album one should start with, because all three are fantastic. I imagine most people would suggest their breakthrough (and swan song) Ritual de lo Habitual, and I won't argue with that. Personally I prefer Nothing's Shocking (the middle album), and some of my favorite songs are on the first, self-titled album (which also has a great cover of The Velvet Underground's Rock & Roll, segueing into Sympathy for the Devil.

You really should give them a try.






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You are the only kind soul on this forum who has admitted to being appreciative of Girls Aloud and their British sex-pop musical stylings. I'm going to list some of my top Girls Aloud tracks and I was hoping you could let me know what some of your favorites are as well...
Well, I can't say I relate to their sexy side or anything, and I don't think I could name any of the members or even pick them out of a line-up, but I can easily name a handful of their songs I love.

First of all, I think their new album is AMAZING and am impatiently waiting for some of the used copies on Amazon to drop a bit in price, because even the used ones were pretty expensive. Stupid import prices.

1. Call the Shots (one of the most amazing pop songs I've heard since Kylie's I Believe In You)
2. Wake Me Up
3. Jump (hate the original, love the cover)
4. Teenage Dirtbag (ditto! who knew it would make such a great cover?)
5. Deadlines and Diets (I'm not a fan of pop ballads, but love this one)
6. Sound of the Underground
7. No Good Advice

I just think they're really fun. It's a shame not so many people seem to know about them in the US. The Spice Girls were huge, why can't these guys be, too? Instead we get stuck with those shitty R&B-flavored girl groups like Pussycat Dolls and Danity Kane.
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