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Old 02-18-2007, 10:47 AM   #16
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REM: What's The Frequency Kenneth?
Alanis Morissette: Simple Together

'bout this last one, I usually don't like love-painful songs, but I love this one since a friend of mine sent it to me...
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Great thread! I was contemplating starting a thread for people to talk about random songs they love. The other week I was in the cafeteria at work, and Tears For Fears "Sowing the Seeds of Love" came on. I had one of those "oh man, I LOVE this song!" moments.

Dixie Chicks - Long Time Gone
Lily Allen - Smile
The Shins - Phantom Limb
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Muse: Micro Cuts - I fell in love with this song all over again a couple of weeks ago and I listen to it a lot...

Arcade Fire: My Body Is A Cage - My favourite song of the new album... it's just fantastic.

Blur: Universal - I'm getting into Blur again. This song was my favourite some years ago when I was crazy about them. Now that I'm listening to Blur again, I guess it's still my favourite.

U2: The Unforgetable Fire - sometimes I get into this song, then I forget about it for some months and then it comes back... Well, it's back now

Belle & Sebastian: Fox In The Snow - I discovered this song a couple of weeks ago... It's just beautiful, you have to listen to it.
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Knocked Up - Kings of leon

The new Kings of Leon album is fabulous. My favorite of the year so far. An excellent ROCK record. Knocked Up is great 7 minute opener.
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Ryan Adams - entire Jacksonville City Nights album
recently rediscovered thanks to shuffle mode, i forgot how amazing the entire album is, i definitely appreciate it much more this time around. Ryan Adams is such a genius


Devendra Banhart- Dogs They Make Up The Dark
I love this hippie folkie a lot, his music always has a very organic sound to it that I much appreciate.

Arcade Fire - Windowsill
simply amazing, I love how it builds up, very moving

Nina Simone - Just In Time
a soft, velvety song

Bruce Springsteen - Santa Ana
The entire Greetings/E St Shuffle era is definitely my favorite Bruce. I love this very nonsensical song, it always makes me feel as if I'm in a train going somewhere new..for some reason.

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah- Satan Said Dance
makes me want to break out my dancing shoes

Damien Rice - Animals
everything about Damien Rice's music is gold, this song has been on my playlist for sometime with no sign of wanting to leave

Rufus Wainwright - Peach Trees
I always forget how much I like Rufus until I finally hear his songs again, this has been my favorite recently.

Wilco - Handshake Drugs & Spiders
i don't really know what it is about Wilco & Jeff Tweedy that I love so much. their music, no matter how many repeated listens, never gets old, it actually gets more exciting. that's a good enough reason to like them, right?
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Knocked Up - Kings of leon

Moonage Daydream - David Bowie

One Tree Hill, Exit, Mothers Of The Dissapeared - U2
I forgot how good the closing trio from the JT are. Vastly underappreciated.
I love Kings of Leon, but I've never heard "Knocked Up". What is it?
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The new Kings of Leon album is fabulous. My favorite of the year so far. An excellent ROCK record. Knocked Up is great 7 minute opener.
Where did you hear the new Kings of Leon album? I liove them, but I haven't really heard much about it...
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Arcade Fire: My Body Is A Cage - My favourite song of the new album... it's just fantastic.

Ok, I know I'm really showing my lameness here but . . . . . is the new Arcade Fire album out? I see everyone talking about it, but I didn't think it came out for another month or so.


My current favorite, how did I even exist before this song is:

Beck - "The Golden Age"

Why did I never know of this awesomeness before!?!?!?
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Ok, I know I'm really showing my lameness here but . . . . . is the new Arcade Fire album out? I see everyone talking about it, but I didn't think it came out for another month or so./B]
You're Right.

Its not out officially yet, It leaked about 2-3 weeks ago? - It comes out on the 6th of March, I believe.
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"What do you mean? Where is it?"

"That's what I'm trying to tell you, kid. It ain't there. It's been totally blown away."
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"What do you mean? Where is it?"

"That's what I'm trying to tell you, kid. It ain't there. It's been totally blown away."
"Destroyed...by the Empire!"

"The entire starfleet couldn't destroy the whole planet. It'd take
a thousand ships with more fire power than I've..."


Current songs blowing my mind:

Upward Over The Mountian - Iron and Wine
Don't Panic (The Blue Room EP version) - Coldplay
Lust - Tori Amos
Tulsa Queen - Emmylou Harris
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Old 02-19-2007, 09:29 AM   #27
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Where did you hear the new Kings of Leon album? I liove them, but I haven't really heard much about it...
It leaked. I've heard it a few times now and it's excellent.

you can get it here:

http://dickdarlington.blogspot.com/2...es-2007-1.html

Hope i'm allowed to post this link

you need the winRAR programme to be able to extract it once it's downloaded.
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Anything from Stevie Wonder's Innervisions album.

Too High
Golden Lady
Higher Ground
Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing
I was actually listening to this the other day. Probably his best album.

In fact, that whole 70's period of his, from Talking Book to Hotter Than July, was an incredible stretch of music for him. Too bad he turned all sappy after that.
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Agnus Dei by Rufus Wainwright.

If you listen to this song and don't get chills when the strings kick in, I don't think you're human.
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Three songs at the moment are on heavy repeat:

Stuck Between Stations - The Hold Steady [from Boys and Girls in America]

Mano Dayak - Tinariwen [from Aman Iman: Water Is Life]

Videotape - Thom Yorke [from From the Basement]


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Ryan Adams - entire Jacksonville City Nights album
recently rediscovered thanks to shuffle mode, i forgot how amazing the entire album is, i definitely appreciate it much more this time around. Ryan Adams is such a genius
One of my favourites of Ryan Adams - an eminently listenable album, particularly Hardest Part.
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