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Old 04-08-2003, 08:39 PM   #16
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i recently got some U2 stuff in the mail thanks to bonochick.

but as for stuff i actually bought, umm, i bought rolling stones' forty licks like a month ago. oh, and and a month ago i bought norah jones' cd. i forget what it's called now.
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Old 04-08-2003, 09:37 PM   #17
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The Wherehouse near my Ralphs is going belly-up, so a few weeks ago I got some used cds cheaper than usual.

REM Eponymous
Springsteen Chimes of Freedom ep
Talking Heads Stop Making Sense

When it gets even cheaper, there's a copy of Tribute to Heroes I'm going to get.
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*White Stripes--Elephant

I also picked up some used vinyl last week...the soundtracks for Animal House and An American Werewolf in London.
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Old 04-08-2003, 10:34 PM   #19
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All in the last month (so bad):

Elephant, the White Stripes
Mary Star of the Sea, Zwan
Attack of the Attacking Things, Jean Grae
The Man Comes Around, Johnny Cash
Diamonds on the Inside, Ben Harper
Evolve, Ani di Franco
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Old 04-08-2003, 10:41 PM   #20
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Not a fan of the White Stripes but I did read good reviews of Elephant and heard it rocked more. I wasn't bowled over by White Blood Cells. Like the concept (blues rock, guitar and drums dudo, with cooky image) so its no problem for me to give them a try.

Liked the cover though...
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Old 04-09-2003, 12:24 AM   #21
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The most recent cd's I have are

Linkin Park - Meteora

AFI - Sing The Sorrow

The Music - The Music

Matthew Good - Avalanche

All really good.....not sure about the new white stripes....I don't have white blood cells, so I don't know if I like them or not.
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Old 04-09-2003, 12:29 AM   #22
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i bought

last weekend: autechre - basscad ep

a month ago: future sound of london - papua new guinea translations

good cd's , ESPECIALLY the autechre one.
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Old 04-09-2003, 01:52 AM   #23
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last 2 weeks:
Aphex Twin - 26 mixes for cash
Mariza - Fado Curvo
Calexico - Feast of Wire

all 3 of them very good
Aphex Twin insanely good even


I meant to check out that autechre album
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its good, but a bit pricey for only 5 songs.

im assuming you have the aphex twin selected ambient collection or whatever its called? whats that all about? ive never seen it, only heard about it. is it good?

next cd's to get will include:

future sound of london: the isness
future sound of london: dead cities

more autechre and aphex twin will also hopefully make their way into my cd library in the near future.
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The Music singles... Getaway and another live format single
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Tonight at the AFI concert I bought :

AFI - Shut Your Mouth and Open Your Eyes
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Selected Ambient Vol. I is regarded by the critics as his best work (though I don't nesecarely agree)
"26 mixes for cash" can best be compared to this one

Selected Ambient Vol. II is a double album with nameless tracks
none of the tracks has any beats in them
it's intriguing to say the least
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Broken Social Scene - You Forgot it in People

Black Heart Procession - Amore Del Tropico

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BSS are probably one of the most important indie bands on the scene now. It really really good music, folks. Try downloading Stars and Sons or Lovers Spit

it's a 10 piece band full of people who were in "epic" bands before...those Mogwai and Sigur Ros types. Their objective with BSS was to write 4 or 5 minute pop rock songs...and the result is awesome.

Black Heart Procession are also very good. Very dark and minor but with an almost "siesta" feel to it. Very interesting!
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i forgot to mention the cd i just bought friday!

i bought the soundtrack to chicago.

i know most people here don't like the movie but i did. it is about two of my favourite things: the roaring twenties and jazz. the soundtrack is really good.
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