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Old 06-09-2005, 04:46 PM   #76
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Rock Radio is not all bad though, in my opinion. Of course, I listen to it only during my work commute and no other time. But I can't deny that I enjoy it sometimes. Like the time when NY's Q104.3 played all U2 all weekend long. They did an A - Z of U2. Every single song of theirs including some rare tracks were played. And 92.3 plays a lot of stuff I like right now.. Franz Ferdinand, The Killers, Green Day, Queens of the Stone Age, Coldplay, Muse, Snow Patrol, Keane, Velvet Revolver and so on. Sure, they overplay certain songs... like Ozzy's Mississippi Queen But you always have so many choices for stations anyway. And I don't watch TV. Radio's pretty much the only way I get to hear new music... QOTSA's Little Sister ( ), Franz's Take Me Out (tempted me to get the cd), Jet's Are you gonna... (again made me interested enough to get the cd) etc. etc.
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oh come on.

7et? you can't be serious. nevermind keane and the killers...
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Old 06-09-2005, 05:15 PM   #78
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I admit I'm not as thrilled with my Jet purchase as I was with Franz or Green Day. Although... despite the almost throwaway Cold Hard Bitch & Are you gonna be my girl, there are a few interesting ones in there like Lazy Gun and Timothy. Pink Floyd meets Oasis?
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Although... despite the almost throwaway Cold Hard Bitch & Are you gonna be my girl, there are a few interesting ones in there like Lazy Gun and Timothy.

Pink Floyd meets Oasis?...
...in a dark alley while both incredibly intoxicated. Really, Jet's aim to rip off every band they can bothers me, and lyrically

Mind you I met the guys once at a Finn Brothers concert... very funny running into them.
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okay I'm guessing your name wasn't inspired by that song in their album then!
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There are plenty of Tim things I'd like to be named after before that

Tim Tam's
Tim Finn
Tim Hardaway
Timothy McVeigh... etc
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I'll say this much - the most radio-ruined song ever - the standard by which all radio-ruined songs are measured - is Creed's 'Higher'. I remember the first time I heard that song. I liked it. Not loved it, but liked it. After hearing it 27350835027353275029875275083570237375837523750275032750932752375093275752983570837502573250753803250983750275023758327598237509237502975925 more times, I now hate it. I can' t listen to it.
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Old 06-10-2005, 02:54 AM   #83
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really? i don't think i've heard it yet, and i've been listening to the radio lately (hence the hatred toward system of a down). i heard something that might have been it when i was grocery-shopping the other night, but i'm hoping that was an imitation band.
Your right, I mostly heard that song ("Speed Of Sound") on MTV and VH1. Does it still count?
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