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Old 06-25-2003, 02:10 PM   #16
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Old 06-25-2003, 02:41 PM   #17
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Radiohead - "Hail To The Theif"

The album is just brilliant! No doubt the best so far...
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Strato Edge... great avatar, I like it

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Yeah Yeah Yeah's - Fever To Tell... maybe
AFI - Sing The Sorrow
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Here are the 2003 cd's I've personally enjoyed the most:

Radiohead - Hail to the Thief
AFI - Sing the Sorrow
Zwan - Mary Star of the Sea
Grandaddy - Sumday
White Stripes - Elephant
Metallica - St. Anger
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i still need to get that zwan cd
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Old 06-25-2003, 03:42 PM   #21
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Mary Star of the Sea, Zwan
Evolve, Ani di Franco
Diamonds on the Inside, Ben Harper

and of course, I add my voice to the chorus that cries out

Elephant, the White Stripes

That song "There's No Home for You Here" has gotten me through some tough moments lately.
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Forgot about that Zwan cd! That's gonna sound good as the summers gets warmer.

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"To put it bluntly, ‘Blackout’ is without a doubt, the best album released so far this year. Buy it or horrible, unspeakable things will happen to you."

that quote pleases me.


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Goldfrapp - Black Cherry
White Stripes - Elephant... maybe
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I feel so out of it, I'm trying to remember what came out this year and what came out last. Anyway, two that for sure came out this year (and I think even on the same day) that are so great are Madonna's American Life and Daniel Lanois' Shine. Just totally fabulous although Madonna's does floor me somewhat more than Danny's does!
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Pax's list aint half bad.

My additional choices would be

Dirty Three - She Has No Strings Apollo
The Go Betweens - Bright Yellow Bright Orange
Spearhead - Everyone Deserves Music

Honourable mention to Blur for making the best of a messy recording process.
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Ok a couple more I just picked up.
The new one by Taxiride is very good. And the new Nada Surf called Let Go. All I can say about that one is WOW. Really Really good.
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yeah! I forgot it
into the -traditional- "Pop" music I like:

Madonna - American Life
Robbie Williams - Escapology
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Quote:
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Radiohead - "Hail To The Theif"

The album is just brilliant! No doubt the best so far...
this album has only got 4 really good songs, covering up a few filler songs

2+2 = 5
there there
sail us to the moon
a wolf from the door - arguably one of their best closing tracks

otherwise a lot of the other songs on the album do nothing

namely the incredibly awful - We Suck Young Blood, sounds like a demented warped version of a coldplay singalong song to the crowd

and Where i end up and where you begin sounds too much like a U2 song
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this album has only got 4 really good songs, covering up a few filler songs

2+2 = 5
there there
sail us to the moon
a wolf from the door - arguably one of their best closing tracks

otherwise a lot of the other songs on the album do nothing

namely the incredibly awful - We Suck Young Blood, sounds like a demented warped version of a coldplay singalong song to the crowd

and Where i end up and where you begin sounds too much like a U2 song
Thank you for stating your opinion like it was fact....
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