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Old 08-30-2002, 11:19 AM   #16
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Flaming Lips should be up there

Oasis should NOT be there in any capacity
BLARGH!!
what a load of pretentious tripe
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Oasis should NOT be there in any capacity
BLARGH!!
what a load of pretentious tripe
Thanks for your opinion, even though I'm pretty sure you haven't heard the new album.

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Yep, about the same except I would take out the Hives and put in RHCP...which is awesome.
I would buy the new RHCP album, but I'm sick to death of hearing the single on the radio. Ugh, perfect example of the radio pushing you to hate a song that is really good. Maybe I'll pick it up a year from now or so.
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I would buy the new RHCP album, but I'm sick to death of hearing the single on the radio. Ugh, perfect example of the radio pushing you to hate a song that is really good. Maybe I'll pick it up a year from now or so.
The album as a whole is excellent, but I know what you mean...radio stations and music channels can suck the life out of almost anything by playing it 10 times an hour...trust me though, it's a fine album.
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White Stripes' White Blood Cells came out last year. I White Stripes. The Strokes also came out last year.. still need to get that album The only album I've bought that came out this year have been Coldplay's A Rush of Blood to the Head. I have about 20 albums I want to get but.. no money, and a computer that can't handle mp3s.
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Thanks for your opinion, even though I'm pretty sure you haven't heard the new album.



I would buy the new RHCP album, but I'm sick to death of hearing the single on the radio. Ugh, perfect example of the radio pushing you to hate a song that is really good. Maybe I'll pick it up a year from now or so.
i've heard the hives song on the radio more times than i've heard the RHCP song on the radio.
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Old 08-31-2002, 06:09 AM   #21
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dunno if I can find 10 either, and I'm sure you'll all hate them anyway but what the hell...

Gemma Hayes - Night on my Side
Counting Crows - Hard Candy (though not exactly their best)
Norah Jones - Come Away With Me
Coldplay - A Rush of Blood to the Head (from first impressions at least...)
The Calling - Camino Palmero

well er 5 then, thats not too bad by my standards...
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Anyone who has not heard Diorama by silverchair must give it a listen. Please. Hell, even Bono endorsed it, the sticker on the front of the album's got a quote to the effect of "swim to australia to hear them if you have to". It's truly a great great album.



Its an incredibly good album.
Daniel Johns is a freak. He wrote all the lyrics, and 99% of the music including all of the orchestrated parts, and he's only 22. If silverchair keep improving from album to album at the pace they are going now....

And agree, Coldplay, RHCP, Doves, Norah Jones, Oasis, all excellent.
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Anyone who has not heard Diorama by silverchair must give it a listen. Please. Hell, even Bono endorsed it, the sticker on the front of the album's got a quote to the effect of "swim to australia to hear them if you have to". It's truly a great great album.
I havnt got a copy of this but a friend of mine and I must say taht I like it heaps, I just may burn a copy of it, Silverchair really are getting better and better which each album
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Its an incredibly good album.
Daniel Johns is a freak. He wrote all the lyrics, and 99% of the music including all of the orchestrated parts, and he's only 22. If silverchair keep improving from album to album at the pace they are going now...

Well, I don't want to sound rude or harsh... but is he gonna be healthy enough to make music much longer? It seems like every time he gets one thing straight, something else goes wrong. But Daniel is the man. It irritates me when people dismiss them as a second-wave grunge ripoff band, because each album is a departure from the last. Lyrically, Freak Show wasn't much different than Frogstomp, but the sound of the music grew much cleaner and more crisp, and then Neon Ballroom... well, just listen to Emotion Sickness to see the growth there. But Diorama just eclipses everything they've done.
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hmmm my top 3:

1 coldplay. fabulous. will be a classic. album of the year, no doubt (not counting greatest hits ;-)).
2 eminem. his best yet.
3 red hot chili peppers. ah, sweet, sweet candy.
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Unforgettable Lemon, which songs off of Diorama would you recommend downloading to get a taste of the album? Thanks in advance.
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Unforgettable Lemon, which songs off of Diorama would you recommend downloading to get a taste of the album? Thanks in advance.
Gosh, every song on the album is great.

The Singles:

Greatest View
Without You
Luv Your Life

Personal Faves:
ACROSS THE NIGHT (must download)
World Upon Your Shoulders
Tuna in the Brine
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Well I've only bought 4 albums that were actually released this year...

RHCP-BTW :Yeah, it rocks!
Cornelius-Point :Japanese wonder DJ, slick chilled album
DJ Shadow-The Private Press :Funkadelic effort from critically acclaimed mixer
Chemical Brothers-Come With Us :Great stuff, techno beats.

So I don't regret buying any of them. Albums I reckon I'll pick up soon would be Doves Last Broadcast and Flaming Lips new effort, thinking about Coldplay too.
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Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - Plastic Fang
Los Lobos - Good Morning AztlŠn
Sonic Youth - Murray Street
Lambchop - Is a Woman
DJ Shadow-The Private Press
16 Horsepower - Folklore
Boards of Canada - Geogaddi
Solomon Burke - Don't give Up on Me
Red Hot Chilli Peppers - By the Way
Natalie Merchant - Motherland
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rjd2 - "dead ringer
dj shadow - "the private press"
...trail of death - "source tags and codes
hot hot heat - "Knock Knock Knock EP"
yeah yeah yeahs - "yeah yeah yeahs EP"
the walkmen - "everyone who pretended to like me is gone"
interpol - "turn on the bright lights"
the liars - "they threw us in a trench & stuck monument on top"
pretty girls make graves - "good health"
wilco - "yankee hotel foxtrot"
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