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    Electric Six - Fire and Say Anything - a real boy are being cycled in and out of my player.
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    Sleepytime Gorilla Museum - The donkey headed advisary of humanity opens the discussion (you simply must check these guys out)

    Tool - Third Eye

    Angelo Badalamenti - Laura Palmer's Theme
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    Monty Python's Always Look on the Bright Side of Life

    "For life's a piece of shit -- when you look at it."
    • CommentTimeJan 1st 2008
    Band Of Horses new album, which is all kinds of lovely.

    Various b-sides and obscure Tori Amos tracks for research/book purposes, trying to decide whether any of them need to be included.

    Other than that, a lot of 'mix CDs' including things like Tool, Skinny Puppy, Ministry, the Pogues, Placebo, Roger Miller, and various inexplicible songs
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    johnny x and the groadies is in my head, and i cannot wait to go home to my turntable, the one true love of my life. one man black metal/grind that sounds like being chased through the must fucked up castle in the world.
    • CommentTimeJan 3rd 2008
    just got the Twin Peaks Season 2 soundtrack-- lovely stuff.
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    the assistant-we'll make the paths by walking . this album has owned my day.
    • CommentAuthorpygmy
    • CommentTimeJan 3rd 2008
    Roomie got one of those shower CD players for Xmas. And made numerous mix CDs specifically for shower singalongs. Today, it was "Buttrock for the shower," and the upstairs neighbor got to listen to me howling along with Cinderella and Ratt, Motley Crue, et cetera.
    • CommentTimeJan 5th 2008
    I've recently discovered Amiina and Riceboy Sleeps. Icelandic magic, I tell thee.
    • CommentAuthormunin218
    • CommentTimeJan 6th 2008
    Stever-- Playground Isolator

    not a bad album, so far. :)
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    saw restrained play on friday, bought the seven inch. good stuff, drk and foreboding HHIG style shit.
    • CommentAuthorSolario
    • CommentTimeJan 7th 2008 edited
    Turboweekend's Nightshift.
    • CommentTimeJan 7th 2008
    Sheep on Drugs 1993 debut 'Greatest Hits'

    I just posted a thread about it, but just thought I'd repeat it here! Havrn't heard it in years and years
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    atom and his package.

    nerdy, nerdy electronic rocknroll sarcasm. great sing along happy music about you know, getting beat up by assholes, stalking enya, and jerks owing you money.
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    A lot of Killing Joke.

    Oh wait, that's every day.
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    I just discovered Jerome's Dream - a now defunct hardcore band. I usually don't go for hardcore type stuff but this is superb. Oooo been listening to yank crime by drive like jehu. Powerful stuff.
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    most forum's i've ever been on have been music forums, so peoples tastes are usually similar. it's great to be on a place that's so diverse...

    anyway, i've been listening to Vic Chesnutt, the cd he did with the guys from a silver mt zion and a guy from fugazi and a guy from godspeed, it's beautiful stuff. North Star Destroyer.

    if anyone's into a siver mt zion, they've a new cd coming out in march, but there's also some really really good quality recordings of their new material up here
    • CommentTimeJan 10th 2008
    Their self-titled album from 1994.
    I don't know ... I just wanted something droney.
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    @screaming meat- you should look into USURP SYNAPSE, also now defunct. they were friends with the jeromes dream camp, (they actually even did a split 7") and i think they do that style much, much better.

    as for me, today has been a TRON day. specifically the FUCKING HARDER THAN THE DEVIL HIMSELF mixtape. brutal fast as fuck deathcore techno.
    • CommentTimeJan 11th 2008