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Old 01-28-2002, 05:54 PM   #1
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What albums have you picked up lately?

Recently, I've bought:
The Verve- Urban Hymns
Blur- Parklife, 13
Jeff Buckley- Grace
Stereophonics- Just Enough Education to Perform, Perfomance and Cocktails
Nine Inch Nails: All That Could Have Been(live)
The Stone Roses: the Complete Stone Roses
Dave Matthews and Tim Reynold: Live at Luther College

The only one I have yet to listen to is Buckley's album, and I must say I'm really enjoying the Stereophonics. It'll take a while for the Stone Roses to grow on me, though.
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nelly furtado-whoa nelly-its amazing....and i never really liked her too!!!!
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Radiohead-I Might Be Wrong
Stereophonics-Just Enough Education To Perform
Sting-All This Time
My Sweet Lord-the re-release, by George Harrison, of course.
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I have been super disappointed lately at the lack of good music being released. The one thing I have that is new and I absolutely love is Ben Folds' "Rocking the Suburbs". I'm a fan of it, definately.

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Bruce Springsteen - Greatest Hits
Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue
New Order - The Best Of New Order
Depeche Mode - Violator
Pete Yorn - musicforthemorningafter

Thinking I might pick up Starsailor - Love Is Here in the near future.

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I have been super disappointed lately at the lack of good music being released.
There's always plenty of great music being released. You just have to know where to look. Small, independent music stores are great if they have listening booths.

UL, how are Parklife and All That Could Have Been? I might have to give those a shot if they're good.



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Not a whole lot... but to name:

Whoa Nelly! - Nelly Furtado
Paint the Sky with Stars - Enya
Classics - Sarah Brightman
Rock Steady - No Doubt
More Best Of - Leonard Cohen
Mezzanine - Massive Attack (had to rebuy. lost the original copy)
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Old 01-28-2002, 07:08 PM   #8
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UL, how are Parklife and All That Could Have Been? I might have to give those a shot if they're good.

Parklife is superb. Much better than 13, in my opinion, although bother are great. All That Could Have Been is one of the best live albums I've heard in ages. Not a big NIN fan myself, but I still love it. March of the Pigs is soooooo great live.
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all i've bought recently is sting's all this time ... not to keen on new music out these days either.

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Green Day-Greatest Hits

Outkast-Greatest Hits(don't know why, but I did end up not regretting this purchase...very different music, quite good..was never really a fan before)

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Damien Jurado - Ghost of David
Radiohead - Ok Computer
Andrea Bocelli - Cieli di Toscana
The Cranberries - No Need to Argue (gotta love used CD stores)
U2 - 7

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I just bought REM's "Up" today and burned Lamb's "What Sound". I don't normally burn CD's other than boots, but I am broke and thought I'd give it a listen that way.
I'd like to get No Doubt "Rock Steady". Any reviews?
What else? What's all this about Jeff Buckley? I have heard some of his stuff and it's good, but why all the rage all of a sudden? "Grace" was released in '95 and I saw a double CD in the store today that was released in '98. Is he dead? Just curious about him.


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I just bought REM's "Up" today and burned Lamb's "What Sound". I don't normally burn CD's other than boots, but I am broke and thought I'd give it a listen that way.
I'd like to get No Doubt "Rock Steady". Any reviews?
What else? What's all this about Jeff Buckley? I have heard some of his stuff and it's good, but why all the rage all of a sudden? "Grace" was released in '95 and I saw a double CD in the store today that was released in '98. Is he dead? Just curious about him.



Hey there Miss Angel!

I have Rock Steady - after the first listen, I wasn't sure if I was digging it. But after a few tries because I was determined to like it - I really do like it alot. It has really grown on me and would recommend it to anyone who likes No Doubt or is curious about them.
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Thx HelloAngel!! I have No Doubt's first commercial release, but haven't bought anything since. I am curious about this new CD though 'cause they rocked in Vegas and thier new sound is funky. I have only heard two songs from "Rock Steady", 'Hey Baby' and one I don't know the name of, but it had a great beat.
I may have to go pruchase this.
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Jeff Buckley died a few years ago. He drowned and was in his early 20's.He was a brilliant artist and its terribly unfortunate we didn't get to experience more of his work. He only ever released one album while he was alive.
His father Tim Buckley was just as talented and tragically died at a young age also.

Parklife is my favourite Blur album, it is very different to 13, but I wouldn't say its better. 13 is a much more mature album to Parklife.
Parklife is one of my top ten fave albums and contains killers like 'This is a Low' and 'Clover Over Dover'.
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