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  1.  (16.41)
    Started this morning out with the This Week In Science podcast, which is always a informative (though the people they were interviewing this week were rather painful to listen to, sadly). Then put on the New Pornographers' "Electric Version" and TV on the Radio's "Young Liars."
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
    The new Saul Williams is enjoying heavy playlist rotation, as is some Freezepop, Utah Saints, and Orbital.
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
    Various Living Colour albums. No, I don't know why.
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
    The 11-22 Meat stream from the DNA Lounge
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    I'm having a nineties day, for no better reason than that VLC is chucking them up when I randomise.

    Lots of New Fast Automatic Daffodils and Ruby's Salt Peter album.

    And for some reason every third track is someone like Bomb The Bass or Placebo featuring Justin Warfield, who basically supercharges whoever he performs with. And so I went out and got some of his She Wants Revenge stuff to listen to later.

      CommentAuthorMike Black
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
    Nashville Pussy - "Struttn' Cock"
    Slayer's cover of TSOL's "Abolish Government" and "Superficial Love"
    Entombed - "Just As Sad"
    Ulver - "Rock Massif Parts 1 & 2"
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    * -- my god, I saw the New FADs way back when. Even had their t-shirt that said MUSIC IS SHIT across the front...
    • CommentAuthorjohndavid
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
    first thing i put on when i woke up this morning was broken social scene's "you forgot it in people."

    i've also been listening to a playlist that i'm pretty happy with.

    1. Who Is He (And What Is He To You)?-Bill Withers
    2. Meaningless - Magnetic Fields
    3. The Rat - The Walkmen
    4. Shields - Big Business
    5. My Unsaid Everything - Converge
    6. Monkey Trick - The Jesus Lizard
    7. Dilaudid - The Mountain Goats
    8. Lights Out - Orchid
    9. Spring Divorce - Planes Mistaken For Stars
    10. Out There - Dinosaur Jr.
    11. You Can't Fail Me Now - Loudon Wainwright III
    12. My Old Flame - John Vanderslice
    13. Carolina - M. Ward
    14. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right - Bob Dylan
    15. Farewell - Boris
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
    Current Playlist:

    Pennywise - F**k Authority
    Sex Pistols - Holidays in the Sun
    The Queers - Boobarella
    Johnny Ramone - What a Wonderful World
    The Kinks - Shangri La
    The Donnas - Ready to Go
    Sid Vicious - My Way
    The Raincoats - Lola
    The Clash - The Sound of Sinners
    The Who - Tattoo

    doobie doobie doo
  4.  (16.50)
    Lots of She Wants Revenge and Placebo
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    -- my god, I saw the New FADs way back when. Even had their t-shirt that said MUSIC IS SHIT across the front...
    Some of it stands up remarkably well. I remember the T-shirts with love. I kind of wish they'd stuck around, given they were more intelligent and interesting than most of the dross at the time.
    • CommentAuthorDoremus
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007 edited
    MF Doom(Madvillian)- Great Day

    Sunset Rubdown- They Took A Vote And Said No

    Marnie Stern- Healer

    Funaroi- Lazy And Crazy

    Doseone- Overchoiced

    * -- my god, I saw the New FADs way back when. Even had their t-shirt that said MUSIC IS SHIT across the front... <blockquote>

    I thought word balloons on t-shirts would be fun too, but they just turned into self critical attacks("what are you looking at..!!!" is a popular one), bumper stickers, and advertisements. Like the race car jackets now, a few cousins of mine have them, their covered in patches of different brand names and logos, it's an odd kinda corporate camouflage, people dressing to match their enviornments. My mom got me a text shirt a few years ago that said "I have gone to find myself, if I get back before I return, keep me here.", she said it sounded like me, and she was kinda right, ive seen it a few times around, but ive never worn it in public.
      CommentAuthorPete Martin
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007 edited
  6.  (16.54)
    Seabound, De/Vision, Emilie Autumn, Eeels, K'naan
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    I'm actually listening to Dr. Frank's Ask Beth from his 1999 solo album Show Business Is My Life

    Frank isn't doing as much music anymore. For shame! But you can keep up with the Jones's by visiting his blog .

    What does it say about the state of low-fi punk when Dr. Frank is more famous for writing King Dork (recently picked up by Will Farrell's production company) than 20 years of making music as The Mr. T Experience.

    Kind Dork is a good read. And I'm sure Frank is much better off financially as a singer than a song-smith.
    • CommentAuthortesla
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
    Is this just for music? Currently on my playlist is the first series of Fags, Mags & Bags. A comedy set in a British Pakistani corner shop. No, wait! It's funny, honest...
    • CommentAuthorgarcummins
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007 edited
    Listening to lots of stuff recently

    Slumlords - On the strempth
    Wisdom in chains - Die Young
    Blood For Blood - Spit my last breath
    Cro Mags - Age of quarrel

    Being the most listened to currently
    • CommentAuthorPooka
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
    Keep Going West by LIz Pappademas is playin' currently....never head this one before..but she's got a good voice...
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
    Obsessing beyond any healthy amount over 'The Red Album' by Baroness. They have just passed Mastodon as my favorite alt-metal band.

    Also cannot stop listening to Converge's latest 'No Heroes.' They are so beyond awesome that it hurts. Anyone claiming that Hardcore is dead can suck it.
    • CommentAuthorratjin
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
    Weakerthans - Reunion Tour