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    Ministry - The Last Sucker
    Saul Williams - Rise...
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    I only ever listen to whole albums on my Zen (If it wasn't for the Album of the Day Feature I'd hardly ever be able to decide what to listen to).

    On super-high rotation lately has been the new Dillinger Escape Plan Album, Ire Works.
    It's fucking astounding - it's got the brutality of their previous works, mixed in with a lot of melody (but not in a lame emo way) and a good helping of glitch.
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      CommentAuthorC.c.
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
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    Johnny Flynn and the Sussex Wit. - Saw them at a pub when I was in London for a semester. Really damn good. Now if only they had a release so I could add them to the station's catalogue. http://www.myspace.com/johnnyflynn

    also,

    Theoretical Girls
    Stars of the Lid
    Black Dice
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      CommentAuthorBexx B.S.
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
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    currently.. - friend's bands...

    Unextraordinary Gentlemen - Brilliant Victorian-punk! as well as The Myriad Form - Excellent gothy music.

    can't get enough of either.
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      CommentAuthorzarhooie
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007 edited
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    A lot of SJ Tucker (Sirens, mostly) and some Incus. A little bit of Veruca Salt and Imogen Heap for good measure.
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      CommentAuthormuse hick
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
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    allen ginsberg
    bob dylan
    the clash
    interpol
    the fall
    iron maiden
    gothic archies
    angels of light
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    Beirut
    Dashboard Confessionals (one of my darkest, scariest secrets.)
    Hollow Earth Radio
    13 Even (so i can claim a band many might not no of.)
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      CommentAuthorJaredRules
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
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    Oh man, I've just recently developed this fascination with Imogen Heap like totally out of the blue!
    I've also been in kinda a Sigur Ros phase.
    and then:

    Kickball (my new favorite band ever)
    Ramona Cordova
    YACHT
    Jason Anderson
    and Explosions in the Sky is good to listen to while reading Blood Meridian
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    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
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    ...and you will know us by the trail of dead. the track: 'sunken dreams' in particular.
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      CommentAuthorsebfowler
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
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    For some reason I've been listening to a lot of Curtis Mayfield. Can't get (Don't Worry) If There's A Hell Below We're All Going To Go out of my head. Great intro, great sentiment and he mentions Nixon. What more could you want.
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      CommentAuthorturing
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
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    I finally bought the download of Wax Mannequin's latest album, Orchard & Ire.
    He's a small-label Canadian rocker with an odd sensibility. He writes startlingly earnest songs about love, robots, animals, and various other things.

    From his bio page on last.fm:
    Do you know the painting that you see on some greeting cards where all of the animals are sitting together, stoic and proud in the forest, and there in the background, rising in the sky, it's the earth? You have to ask “why aren't the animals trying to fight and eat each other? They are fucking enemies!” and “why is the earth rising into the sky? If the earth is in the sky, then where the fuck are we?” That shit is Wax Mannequin. Kind of lame... but so important and gripping.

    An apt description.

    You can download a bunch of his tracks for free at last.fm
    http://www.last.fm/music/Wax+Mannequin
    I particularly recommend "Tell the Doctor", "Power Blaster", and "The Price".
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      CommentAuthorbschory
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
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    Then: Primus - Frizzly Fry (Album)

    Now: Nine Inch Nails - Y34RZ3R0R3M1X3D

    Next: Omar Rodriguez-Lopez Quintet - The Apocalypse Inside of an Orange
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    Today it's been "Extinguished: Outtakes" by Prefuse 73 over and over and over again. Brilliant mad science hip-hop.

    I've been listening to a lot of little-known Portland chamber folk band Loch Lomond recently. Really gorgeous and strange and sweeping, but accessible and poppy at the same time. (I also just reviewed their new split album with Portland funeral blues band The Builders And The Butchers in Willamette Week.)
    • CommentAuthor10tonchain
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
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    King Khan and the Shrines - What is?!
    Fantastic!
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      CommentAuthorAdamK
    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2007
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    Lately, a lot of the Sounds, some old Oingo Boingo, and "Gentlemen" by the Afghan Whigs. Greg Dulli certainly has a way with words...
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      CommentAuthorbabymole
    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2007
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    I've finally converted all my old KLF vinyl to mp3 (which took about three months, between working and pretending to be a proper husband/father, after I promised myself I wouldn't start listening to any of it until I'd finished...).

    Space has become my favourite commute album for the morning.

    All KLF's weird off shoots too have finally made it from dusty cd to mp3, so I've been blaring 2Ks 'Fuck the Millenium' when the wife and baby are out.

    Also managed to get a copy of the soundtrack to the Bill Drummond and Mark Manning/Zodiac Mindwarp book, 'Bad Wisdom.' All the fake Finnish bands and Drummond and Minwarp putting on weird Finnish accents have had me cracking up.

    My friends and I have all challenged each other to actually make our definitive Top 20 songs of all time list. Mine is actually shaping up, but I've been having to dig out some old, old stuff to listen to, only to discard it... Need to finish it before end of January, or face some hideous forfeit.

    (Last time I lost one of these, I hade to do Karaoke on acid... which was funnier than it should have been...)
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      CommentAuthorVespers
    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2007
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    'Fallen Angel' off Bone Peeler by :W:

    Over and over. With a bit of Hansel und Gretyl. And some Garbage.
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      CommentAuthorAlastair
    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2007
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    the new coheed and cambria. tis grand

    peter gabriels ovo millenium show

    prometheus by emperor
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      CommentAuthorAva Jarvis
    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2007
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    Teardrop - Massive Attack original; and also The Section Quartet remake
    Walter Reed - Michael Penn
    Dear God - Sarah McLachlan
    You Can't Always Get What You Want - remake by Band from TV
    Juicebox - remake by The Section Quartet
    Rhythm is a Dancer - Snap!
    I Don't Feel Like Dancin' - Scissor Sisters
    On the Way Home - Jie-Bing Chen
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    "The Ship Song", from Nick Cave and Bad Seeds CD "The Good Son" (and all other CD musics on repeat mode, of course).