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Old 12-20-2006, 10:23 PM   #16
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That's a good recommendation.

Crowded House too, they're worth anyone's time.
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Can I get another piece of chocolate cake?
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Can I get another piece of chocolate cake?
There goes God with your piece of chocolate cake!
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I smell a Daniel & Andre thread stealing in progress!
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Old 12-20-2006, 10:51 PM   #20
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There goes God with your piece of chocolate cake!
In his sexy pants, with his sausage dog?
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Don't deface my thread!!!!

Axver, I gots me some Crowded House and Midniight Oil on my Ipod already, but, I am gonna check out your earlier recommendations.
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I'm gonna second the recommendation for the White Stripes and Kasabian and then mention the Raconteurs.
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I am not a huge White Stripes fan....some songs I like a lot, but the rest, just not my cup of tea....heard a few Raconteurs tunes, same deal, not surprisingly.

Downloading 2 Muse albums right now, and, Kasabian is on deck...we'll see if I get blown away!!!!

Exploring new music is exciting.

Keep up the recommendations, please!!!
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Judging by some of the artists you listed, I think you'd like Junetile. They've only got Work on iTunes, which is a compilation featuring songs from their EPs and their first album, but it's still worth checking out. If you can get your hands on their album All Things (Un)Clear, do so, because the compilation is missing "A Painting" and "Baad." The album's streaming on their website, if you're interested: http://www.junetile.com

"Dreamaway" is their best song, and thankfully it's on Work.
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Some of my recommendations:

If you like Bob Dylan, iTunes has released all of his songs in one package. It's expensive, but I'm pretty sure you'd have enough to get it, and you get about a bajillion Dylan songs--all of his albums, some live and bonus material, etc.

Some albums I recommend (going through my own iTunes):

The Clash--London Calling
Bob Dylan--Highway 61 Revisited and Time Out of Mind are my favorites, along with Before the Flood (though I'm not sure iTunes has that one)
Joe Jackson--Look Sharp!
The Pixies--Come On Pilgrim, Doolittle, and Surfer Rosa
both of Ray LaMontagne's albums (the iTunes exclusive material is also quite good)
The Rolling Stones--Exile On Main Street and Some Girls are my favorites, though most 70s-era Stones music is great
Talking Heads--Sand In the Vasoline
The Velvet Underground--The Velvet Underground & Nico
Wilco--Yankee Hotel Foxtrot

I'd also recommend some Lou Reed, maybe a greatest hits package. My favorite of his more recent albums is Set the Twilight Reeling. If you like 70s Neil Young, you might really like The Band and Joni Mitchell. If you like Neil Young for his twangy country-influenced tunes, you might enjoy Emmylou Harris and Lucinda Williams's album Car Wheels On a Gravel Road.

Okay, that should be enough

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Ok, so, 2 Muse albums added....one Guster...2 Kasabian....will now add Work by Junetile and see how that goes.....Bonoismymuse, I've got almost everything on your list, minus the Dylan!! At least that shows you and I have similar tastes. I might check out Sand in the Vasoline, don't have a lot of Talking Heads in my library.
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Just kidding.

Holy shit, no kidding.


boosterjuice has some excellent suggestions

Mute Math, Stars and Snow Patrol are must haves.

Cat Power is really good, too, as well as Regina Spektor.
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I have 2 Snow Patrol songs, but, no whole albums.....might go that route, too....and, mutemath's debut album will be mine before tonight is through!

I almost saw Cat Power in concert a while back, but, something popped up last second and I had to bail.
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I have 2 Snow Patrol songs, but, no whole albums.....might go that route, too....and, mutemath's debut album will be mine before tonight is through!

I almost saw Cat Power in concert a while back, but, something popped up last second and I had to bail.
Eyes Open is excellent. I'd get that by Snow Patrol and as for Cat Power The Greatest is amazing (old Memphis style blues) but You Are Free is my absolute favorite.
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I have the song Shut Your Eyes from Eyes Open, love it...though, the singer, at least on that song, reminds me of one of the singers in America....go figure. Think Eyes Open might be next...thanks....
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