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PostPosted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 12:24 am 
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The Willowz - Talk in Circles


Good fucking record, isn't it?

I've been listening to The Police-inspired "Chaos" by Mute Math pretty much non-stop for the last week or so. Check it out at http://starfool.blogspot.com

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Heard The Advantage?

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they have nothing on the minibosses.

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Atomic Ned wrote:
eqj wrote:
The Willowz - Talk in Circles


Good fucking record, isn't it?


Still can't stop. Fantastic.

This is also pretty killer.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUEuxt8N ... ch=willowz

Video for Walk Straight.


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Damone: "Out Here All Night"

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chaos - mute math

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hot chip - over and over


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hot chip - over and over


Leave Atomic Ned alone.


Nah, it's okay, I hear that all the time.

Damone? Mute Math? Margot and the Nuclear So-and-So's? Are y'all borrowing my MP3 player?

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Nick Cave - Stagger Lee


I LOVE that song!

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Diamond Nights - "Destination Diamonds"

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Nick Cave - Stagger Lee


I LOVE that song!


A Lloyd Price masterpiece.

I have heard at least 5 or 6 bands cover that one, including Widespread Panic. A good song transcends all genres.

Songfacts....
http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=1829

There were two versions of this. The first had Stagger Lee and Billy gambling (Stagger Lee shot Billy at the end), the second, rushed out by ABC-Paramount after hearing complaints from radio listeners, had Stagger Lee and Billy arguing over a girlfriend, who goes back to Stagger at the end.

This was based on the traditional blues/folk song, "Ballad of Stack-o-Lee." There have been over 170 recorded versions, including four by Taj Mahal and eight by Mississippi John Hurt, released over the past century.

Price recorded his version at the request of Dick Clark.

This was the first Rock 'n' Roll record to hit #1 despite being censored.
Other versions that charted in the US: Wilson Pickett, 1967 (#22, as "Stag-O-Lee"), Tommy Roe, 1969 (#25).


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Independent Playground wrote:
Nick Cave - Stagger Lee


I LOVE that song!


A Lloyd Price masterpiece.

I have heard at least 5 or 6 bands cover that one, including Widespread Panic. A good song transcends all genres.

Songfacts....
http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=1829

There were two versions of this. The first had Stagger Lee and Billy gambling (Stagger Lee shot Billy at the end), the second, rushed out by ABC-Paramount after hearing complaints from radio listeners, had Stagger Lee and Billy arguing over a girlfriend, who goes back to Stagger at the end.

This was based on the traditional blues/folk song, "Ballad of Stack-o-Lee." There have been over 170 recorded versions, including four by Taj Mahal and eight by Mississippi John Hurt, released over the past century.

Price recorded his version at the request of Dick Clark.

This was the first Rock 'n' Roll record to hit #1 despite being censored.
Other versions that charted in the US: Wilson Pickett, 1967 (#22, as "Stag-O-Lee"), Tommy Roe, 1969 (#25).


I just absolutely love the way Nick Cave does it.

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I just absolutely love the way Nick Cave does it.


That's what she said. :shock:


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I love the Nick Cave version, but I dig the Wilson Picket version too.

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jack white and alicia keys-another way to die


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Grateful Dead version of Stagger Lee is the best version. Widespread sucks


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jack white and alicia keys-another way to die


i hadn't heard it until seeing the bond flick, and i hated much less than i thought i would . . .

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