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[MUSIC]What Are You Listening To?

Discussion in 'BBS Hangout' started by Manny Ramirez, Jun 1, 2007.

  1. Manny Ramirez

    Manny Ramirez The Music Man
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    Whether it is in the CD Player, iPod, or something else:

    "Duke" - Genesis
    "No Jacket Required" - Phil Collins
    "Genesis" - Genesis
    "Hits" - Phil Collins
    "Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs" - Derek & the Dominoes
    "Disraeli Gears" - Cream

    I just (for some reason) can't stop listening to Genesis/Phil Collins. Genesis MAY have become my all-time favorite band (yes even over Queen, Led Zeppelin, Roxy Music, and Pink Floyd). :( :)
     
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    right now im listening to some joss stone getting ready for her concert june 16.. shes got an amazing voice. if you havent heard her, give her a listen.
     
  3. Vengeance

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    I've been going crazy on eMusic lately . . .

    Splitsville - "Repeater" ("The Master of Space and Time" is one of the most incredible songs I've ever heard)
    Camera Obscura - "Let's Get out of this Country"
    Chris Knight - "Enough Rope"
    Cat Power - "The Covers Record"
    Neutral Milk Hotel - "In the Aeroplane Over the Sea"
    Felt - "Crumbling the Antiseptic Beauty"
     
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    Gang of Four - Entertainment
    Polar Goldie Cats - Feral Phantasms
    Trans Am - Sex Change
     
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    Blue Finger - Frank Black

    (it hasn't been released yet and was leaked onto the www)

    Great stuff, much more rocking than his last 2 solo efforts.
     
  6. MR. MEOWGI

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    Cal Tjader
    Jimmy Smith
    Fletch Soundtrack
    Classic Video Game Themes (Moon Patrol Rules)
     
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    Weird that MR mentioned Genesis...

    Genesis - "Selling England by the Pound" (been REALLY getting into Gabriel-era Genesis lately)
    The Police - "Live" (counting the minutes until June 29th...)
    Rush - "Snakes and Arrows" (still trying to get into this album)
    Tool - "Lateralus" (I loves me some Danny Carey)
     
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    black moth super rainbow - dandelion gum - remind me alot of air (the band, not the stuff we breathe) - very cool synth and keyboard sounds. all of the vocals are sung thru a vocoder, so it sounds like a band of lysergic robots doing candy-coated psychedellia. and if there was ever an album cover which fit the music, this is it.

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    wilco - sky blue sky - ive given it several listens and i cant get into it - a real yawner, which is odd b/c the current line-up is a total noise-fest live a'la sonic youth.

    jimi hendrix experience - electric ladyland

    fred neil - bleaker & macdougal - a friend just turned me onto this dude - i had never heard of him before - he was part of the nyc folk scene in the early 60's - dylan would sit in on harmonica w/ him. apparently, he hated the music industry and dropped out in the 70's. he has one of the best tenors i have ever heard. ive been listening to this record over and over again over the last couple weeks. just great songs.
     
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    Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush - World Anthem
     
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    Arctic Monkeys – Favorite Worse Nightmare
    The Shins – Wincing the Night Away
    The Sunshine Underground – Raise the Alarm
     
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    Party like a rock star
    umbrella
    Little wonders
    Not to much hip hop i am feeling right now.
     
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    Sirius Blues Channel 74, cuz I'm at home :cool:
     
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    'mats - don't tell a soul
     
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    In my car - The Gourds...All the Labour
    In my wife's car - Ralph's World (for the kiddo)
     
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    I've been really interested in hearing this, haven't gotten around to yet.

    I've constantly had Matrix & Futurebound's Universal Truth album in rotation. They're a drum & bass duo, and Matrix is regarded as a top notch producer/engineer. I'm already ready to name this the best record of the year, easily.

    Here's their myspace if anyone is interested in giving it a try:
    Matrix & Futurebound Ignore their goofy looking pic, in case anyone didn't get it, it's kind of a cheeky joke photo.
     
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    Music

    Cake - B Sides and Rarities (Mainly listening to "War Pigs" on it)
    Wilco - Sky Blue Sky (I like it - "Impossible Germany" is a great mellow tune)
    Guy Forsyth Band - High Temperature
    Pine Valley Cosmonauts - Misery Loves Company (Johnny Cash Tribute)
    Motley Crue - Shout At The Devil

    Comedy

    Patton Oswalt - Werewolves & Lollipops
    The Very Best of Redd Foxx
     
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    Damn you...try a little harder. lol

    This is pretty much all I am listening to currently for the last several weeks.
     
  18. Jeff

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    Wilco - Sky Blue Sky
    The Broken West - I Can't Go On, I'll Go On
    Paul McCartney & Wings - Best of
    Fountains of Wayne - Traffic and Weather
    Jesse Malin - Glitter in the Gutter
     
  19. Manny Ramirez

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    Jeff and oomp,

    I would be curious to hear what you think of Wilco's new album after hearing it 3 or 4 times. I'm a little scared to get it since jo mama is a little down on it (and his taste and mine are pretty damn similar). I got all their studio stuff, but haven't picked up that one yet. Been thinking about asking to get it for my birthday.
     
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    The National - Boxer (new album)

    Built to Spill - Keep It Like a Secret

    Strung Out - Exile In Oblivion
     
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