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Old 06-13-2003, 01:32 PM   #151
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Hail To The Thief (HeadsOnSticks limited E.P.)- Radiohead
St Anger - Metallica



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Old 06-13-2003, 02:24 PM   #153
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I bought Wilco - Summerteeth yesterday

and Radiohead - HTTT
on teusday

Summerteeth is catchy goodness!
especially I Can't Stand It
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I bought a few cd's this last week.

Radiohead - Hail To The Thief

Sam Roberts - We Were Born In A Flame

Metallica - St. Anger

Evanescence - Fallen

All good stuff
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Old 06-15-2003, 03:31 PM   #155
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var. artists - A Cellarful of Motown
var. artists - Dessert Blues 2
FranÁois K - Choice: A Collection of Classics
Elis & Tom - Elis & Tom (what a great!!! album)

+ a good friend send me copies of:
Nick Cave - No More Shall We Part (classic )
Nick Cave - Nocturama
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Old 06-15-2003, 04:18 PM   #156
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HYPATIA LAKE -"Your Universe,Your Mind" My favorite Seattle band by far,...these guys are AMAZING. If you like Radiohead, My Bloody Valentine and the Catherine Wheel,....yuo'll like this. Check out their site. Also THEE HEAVENLY MUSIC ASSOCIATION,...which is Hellen Storer (formerly of FLUFFY) Dave Hillis (studio whiz-Pearl Jam, Afghan Whigs, Alice/Chains etc..) Dave Krusen (Pearl Jam) and Bardi Martin (Candlebox).......They're being called the new My Bloody Valentine,....I think they have more of a Cocteau Twins feel,...but they're worth checking out as well. both are dot coms. heavenlymusicassociation. and hypatialake. I hope you enjoy this as much as I do,...both of these bands are great.
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Tonight I bought Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. Good stuff.
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I bought Wilco - Summerteeth yesterday

Summerteeth is catchy goodness!
especially I Can't Stand It
Brings a tear of joy to my eye...
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Elis & Tom - Elis & Tom (what a great!!! album)

Yes! Salome, I just bought that album about a month ago. Elis Regina's voice is exquisite.

A musician and bossa nova-playing friend of mine says that Joao Gilberto is really the musician you want in bossa nova (Gilberto did superior interpretations of Jobim's music) but Elis & Tom is an exception -- it's something special.

People, if you want to get a good bossa nova album to add to your music collection, something to which you can chill out on a Sunday afternoon, get this album - you will not be disappointed.

Here's a review from slipcue.com:

Elis Regina/Tom Jobim "Elis E Tom" (Verve, 1974)
A stunning collaboration with legendary vocalist, Elis Regina. Features the definitive version of Jobim's "Aguas de Marco", and some of the sweetest, most tasteful music of his career. One of those sublime, perfect, magic albums that has a life of its own. Why couldn't more of his albums approached this level of greatness?

http://www.slipcue.com/music/brazil/jobim.html
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Brings a tear of joy to my eye...

lol. Hallelujah Here She Comes, I know NOTHING about Wilco except the comments I've read on Interference.

Well, I just bought my second Wilco album Friday: Being There. I really like several tracks (Misunderstood, Far Far Away, for starters) on disc 1. I've had scant opportunity to listen to disc 2.

I really, really, like this band. I mean, I'm not kidding. I can see getting their entire catalogue.
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last night i picked up sugar ray's new in the pursuit of leisure.
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Hail To The Thief
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last night i picked up sugar ray's new in the pursuit of leisure.

Oooh I really want that! Is it any good?
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Radiohead - Hail to the Thief
Super Furry Animals - Around the World
Felix da Housecat - Kittenz and Thee Glitz
Beck - Where It's At (Australian single)
Beck - Pay No Mind (Japanese single)
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Oh how I love Christmas:

Coldplay - 'Live 2003 CD/DVD'
Beck - 'Sea Change'
Bright Eyes - 'Lifted or The Story is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground'
Tori Amos - 'Tales of a Librarian' Collection
Moby - '18'
Covenant - 'Northern Light'
Cat Power - 'You Are Free'
Guided By Voices - 'Human Amusement at Hourly Rates' (Best Of Collection)
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Old 12-28-2003, 02:25 AM   #165
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This box collection of 70's punk. It is awesome.
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