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Old 06-23-2005, 08:45 PM   #406
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At least you'll have money for CDs

Work sucks.
I don't know if I even should buy more cds (though of course I will). I just filled up four 208 CD binders with an overflow of more than 40.
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Old 06-23-2005, 11:32 PM   #407
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What's on this one? I'm wondering if this is the rather rare one withA Case of You on it. If so, you scored!
Here's the tracklisting:

1. Cornflake Girl
2. Sister Janet
3. All the Girls Hate Her
4. Over It

Apparently it's Part 2 of the UK single that has 'A Case of You' on it. Damn these infernal complicated single releases!

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Old 06-24-2005, 02:15 AM   #408
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Gorillaz - Demon Days
NIN - With_Teeth
Foo Fighters - In your honor
Massive Attack - Danny the Dog Soundtrack

Total cost - $15

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Old 06-24-2005, 11:16 AM   #409
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Yes - Close to the Edge (ohhh yesss me likey!)
Yes - Fragile
Yes - 90125
Dredg - Catch Without Arms (go.buy.now)
Coldplay - X&Y (yes, it's boring)
The White Stripes - Get Behind Me Satan (not as good as their previous three CDs)
Third Eye Blind - Third Eye Blind (one of the best albums of the 90s)
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Coldplay - X&Y (yes, it's boring)
The White Stripes - Get Behind Me Satan (not as good as their previous three CDs)
I think X&Y is overrated, but I don't think it's boring at all. A good album for driving aimlessly with the A/C cranked up and mellowing out.

I think Get Behind Me Satan is their best album.

As for my most recent purchase...

Street Dogs - Back to the World
I'm finding it hard to believe how good Mike sounds now. I think his vocals worked really well with Dropkick Murphys, but I think his voice has changed a bit for the better since then. I like this album a lot. Why'd I wait so long?
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I think X&Y is overrated, but I don't think it's boring at all. A good album for driving aimlessly with the A/C cranked up and mellowing out.

I think Get Behind Me Satan is their best album.

As for my most recent purchase...

Street Dogs - Back to the World
I'm finding it hard to believe how good Mike sounds now. I think his vocals worked really well with Dropkick Murphys, but I think his voice has changed a bit for the better since then. I like this album a lot. Why'd I wait so long?
Is 'Back to the World' their first album, or the "newer" one? I have the most recent one, I just cant remember the album name. It's very good, enjoyable cd.

As for Coldplay, I was expecting complete crap from reading what everyone wrote here on interference. I personally like it FAR more than their first album already. Good album.

White Stripes: I agree with UF. While Elephant is pretty much perfect for what it was, I personally am liking this new experiment into different instruments on the new album more than a lot of their previous work even. Great CD. GREAT CD.
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Back to the World is the 2005 release.
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The Bigger Lovers-Honey in the Honey

I like it but it isn't my favorite Bigger Lover's album.

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Guster-Live in Portland, Maine.

It like it, esp. the song, "(Nothing) But Flowers"!
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I just filled up four 208 CD binders with an overflow of more than 40.
I could not be more envious.

Nick Drake - Bryter Later
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Longwave - 'There's A Fire' (I had no idea this was coming out today, good surprise)
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the last album I bought was

DMB - Stand Up
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Before the Dawn Heals Us - M83
In the Aeroplane Over the Sea - Neutral Milk Hotel
Gimme Fiction - Spoon
Echo & Bunnymen - Echo & Bunnymen
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Just got back from Dublin.
CD's are even more expensive there, but I still found some I needed to have (and are almost impossible to find in the Netherlands for a good price):

Ash - Intergalactic Sonic 7's (their singles collection with the bonus CD Cosmic Debris with 22 B-sides)
Suzanne Vega - Retrospective: The Best Of (with bonus CD)
O.S.T. - The Good Thief

BTW, you can also experience some great concerts in Dublin.
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Before the Dawn Heals Us - M83
In the Aeroplane Over the Sea - Neutral Milk Hotel
Gimme Fiction - Spoon
Echo & Bunnymen - Echo & Bunnymen
Now that's a good day at the store.
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REM- Out of Time
REM- Monster

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