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Author:  B1g_Star [ Wed Apr 04, 2007 9:54 pm ]
Post subject:  What music is everyone listening to these days?

I haven't seen one of these threads in a while, and I am always looking for something good.

As for myself:

Amy Winehouse - Back to Black -good record, interesting production, but hook-shallow

Gojira - FromMars to Sirius even though it was released in August of 2006

We All Belong from Dr. Dog gets a spin every now and then

Kristen Hersh is still rocking the house with Learn to Sing Like a Star

so what is everyone else digging these days?

Author:  Public Servant [ Wed Apr 04, 2007 10:23 pm ]
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I'm really liking the new Amy Winehouse. A huge step up from her first album.

The Deadly Snakes - Love Undone & Porcella - I wish this band was still around.

Author:  blammo [ Wed Apr 04, 2007 11:24 pm ]
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I'm digging the new Amy Winehouse…and also Mob Rules, by Black Sabbath. Fucking Dio.

Author:  jmccracky [ Wed Apr 04, 2007 11:49 pm ]
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blammo wrote:
I'm digging the new Amy Winehouse…and also Mob Rules, by Black Sabbath. Fucking Dio.


You're digging fucking Dio????? :P :P :P

Right now, I'm listening to a lot of Tears For Fears, Police, Slayer, and Reds games. Ok, only 2 Reds games so far.......

Author:  twilightman [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 2:28 am ]
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Baby Huey and the Babysitters- The Baby Huey Story (tripped out soul)
Download-The Eyes of Stanely Pain
YoHoWa 13 - God and Hair box set (truly a "cult" band if their ever was one)
Don Cherry and others- Holy Mountain OST
V/A- Guitars of the Golden Triangle: Folk and Pop Music of Myanmar Vol. 2 (this is amazing if you like psych/garage/pop stuff this you will love this record)
1947-53 - city of glass-this modern world - stan kenton plays bob graettinger (wild stuff)

listening to a lot of older stuff I guess
I tried to like the new Arcade Fire but couldn't get into it, kind of digging the new Modest Mouse

Author:  groundrules [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 9:05 am ]
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I've been really bad about letting the stuff i've downloaded languish on my hard drive, unlistened to. So I made it a mission to make CD-Rs of all my emusic stuff and actually put them near the stereo where they won't be forgotten. A couple old-ish ones out of that stack that have been reborn:

YLT- I am not afraid of you and I will beat your ass
Black Angels - Passover (resurgence inspired by recent live show)
The National - Alligator
Brightblack Morning Light
Explosions in the Sky
Beaten Awake

Still not burned/listened to:
Andrew Bird
Arcade Fire
RJD2

Author:  girl.e [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 9:41 am ]
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the last two weeks i have listened this stuff a ton:

new amy winehouse
new arcade fire
murder city devils -empty bottles, broken hearts
rosebuds - birds make good neighbors and night of the furies
silversun pickups - live itunes stuff

and the following songs i cannot hear enough lately:

tennessee waltz by hem
when we're in love by ivy
comforting sounds by mew
the reason why by tiara

Author:  unpossibles [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 9:55 am ]
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jmccracky wrote:
blammo wrote:
I'm digging the new Amy Winehouse…and also Mob Rules, by Black Sabbath. Fucking Dio.


You're digging fucking Dio????? :P :P :P

Dio makes his wang look so much bigger....


I've been listening to a lot of NPR and Pandora internets radio, but also been checking out some T-Bone Burnett, Elvis Costello (I really like his last couple of rock albums), The Aggrolytes, Toots & The Maytals, Jeffrey Luck Lucas, Madagascar, Calexico, Tito Puente, Joe Jackson band, Chris Connelly, John Prine, The The, and Boomtown Rats.

I have not heard the new Andrew Bird or Arcade Fire yet, other than a song or two.

Connelly's solo stuff is a completely new discovery for me and it's awesome, and not at all what I expected (more Nick Cave than Revolting Cocks). Other new discoveries have been Jeffrey Luck Lucas and Madagascar - both have that Tex-Mex Tango thing going on.

Last Town Chorus' cover of "Modern Love" has gotten stuck in my mind once or twice too.

Author:  redrabbit [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 10:08 am ]
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blue sky blue - that's about it.

Author:  tallgirl [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 10:22 am ]
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i've been listening to:

David Vandervelde - Moonstation House Band
50 Foot Wave (Kristen Hersh project) - Brick of Six / Golden Ocean
Tom Petty - Highway Companion
Arcade Fire - Neon Bible
Grinderman - Grinderman (Nick Cave project)
Explosion in the Sky - All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone
AntiMC - It's Free But It's Not Cheap
RJD2 - The Third Hand
-new Jarvis Cocker songs on myspace
-'How Soft Is Your Love?' - softrock mix CD i made for Kelly T@ylor's honeymoon in '04 that she just gave back to me

-you'll probably get a taste of most of this as i'm up for next we hate mixtapes v.8

Author:  mcgob [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 10:35 am ]
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I've been listening to Pirate Prude and The Dirt of Luck by Helium a whole bunch lately.

Author:  loopz [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 12:13 pm ]
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Margot & the Nuclear So and So's
John Butler
Sam Roberts
Aesop Rock
Sia
Cold War Kids

Every version of "Little Boxes" I can find.

Author:  Atomic Ned [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 1:27 pm ]
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Hellyeah - (some dude from Mudvayne, some other metal dude, and Vinnie Paul of Pantera/Damageplan)

I thought this was going to be a trainwreck and after watching the first video from the CD, it further confirmed my initial suspicions that this band would sound like a post-grunge metal band. There are a few tracks in that vein (blech) but there are also a few fist-pumping moshpit starting songs that sound pretty sweet.

Author:  Bennett [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 1:50 pm ]
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Been really digging the Peter bjorn and john record and friend or foe by menomena since I picked those two up the other day, and as always all things Walkmen.

Author:  dan blocker [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 3:50 pm ]
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twilightman wrote:
Baby Huey and the Babysitters- The Baby Huey Story (tripped out soul)


[shameless plug]Well, if you ever wanna hear "Hard Times" (or anything else from the album, really) over some club speakers, come over to Ravari on a Thursday night.[/shameless plug]

Author:  cruise_elroy [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 3:55 pm ]
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i think everyone who's digging amy winehouse should go back and dig out all their jenny mae records.

mudhoney - march to fuzz disc two
exodus - fabulous disaster
danko jones - born a lion
city streets - these things happen
black tie revue - code fun
secret admirers test pressings
megadeth - killing is my biz & peace sells remasters
both carnivore lps
zuku - here with you
killed by the bull
memomena - friend and foe

Author:  blammo [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 4:03 pm ]
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cruise_elroy wrote:
i think everyone who's digging amy winehouse should go back and dig out all their jenny mae records.



Rats! And I just put them away!

Author:  soporjoe1 [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 4:08 pm ]
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Explosions in the Sky - just about everything by them
Robert Pollard - Silverfish Trivia
The National - Boxer
Sea and Cake - Everybody

Author:  jonny5 [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 4:11 pm ]
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Fastbacks 'Very, Very Powerful Motor'
New Bomb Turks VPRO Session 12"
Railroad Jerk 'One Track Mind'
The Muffs 'Happy Birthday To Me'
Mary Weiss & The Reiging Sound 'Dangerous Game'
N.W.A 'Straight Outta Compton'

Author:  teenageteenageteenage [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 4:38 pm ]
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Randy Holden // Population II
Merry Airbrakes // Merry Airbrakes
Larry Coryell // Offering
Unborn Unicorn // Unborn Unicorn
Skeletons // Lucas
Times New Viking // Dig Yourself

Author:  melikecheese [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 5:30 pm ]
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Radio Moscow ST LP - If your a Black Keys fan you have no excuse not to buy this and love it.

Dungen - Tio Bitar

Looking into Wooden Shjips with much interest and excitment

Awaiting my Brimstone Howl album and 7"s

Black Angels

and Of Montreal

Author:  Snarky [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 9:39 pm ]
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i have a new car with a tape deck so Ive been whipping out the classics

Venom-Black Metal (better than the 1st time)

Minor Threat-Out of Step/the other early one (holy crap they dont make em like they used too)

Metallica-Kill em all (with Blitzkrieg and Am I evil? best metallica album)

Ozzy-Bark at the moon (not as good as i want it to be)

Zappa-' (the poodle bites)

Return to Forever-No Mystery (Chic Corea, Lenny White, Stanley Clark, Al Di Meola, the most fucked up funked out post rock jazz fusion)

Gravediggaz-6 feet deep (best hip hop album eva)

Mitchell Froom-Morphine? or something like that (mega producer goes nutzo with favorites)

TAPES ARE SWEET


Image

Author:  BastardSuperstar [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 10:06 pm ]
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Snarky wrote:

Metallica-Kill em all (with Blitzkrieg and Am I evil? best metallica album)



on planetTJ it's the only metallica album

Author:  redrabbit [ Thu Apr 05, 2007 10:44 pm ]
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TJ speeking of you, worst thread segway ever, is outland still open way late, and how late can you enter and how the hell do you get to that little part of west side hell? Planning a ladies night!

Author:  plong [ Fri Apr 06, 2007 1:44 pm ]
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cruise_elroy wrote:
exodus - fabulous disaster


I've got an old t-shirt that has the dance steps to the Toxic Waltz on it.

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