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    • CommentAuthormatt d
    • CommentTimeMay 20th 2008
     (2293.21)
    every time i die- -- the big dirty
    nin -- ghosts I-V & the slip
    matthew ryan -- matthew ryan vs the silver state
    ...and you will know us by the trail of dead -- so divided
    • CommentAuthormiccas75
    • CommentTimeMay 20th 2008
     (2293.22)
    Couldn't afford to go out of town to see the X 31st anniversary tour in Cincinnati, OH, so...
    X - Los Angeles
    X - Wild Gift
    Detroit Cobras - all (opened up for them)
    and...
    Ghostface - The Pretty Toney Album (listen to Save Me Dear - honestly one of my favorite love songs ever)-"I'm a sell my guns and with the cash I'm a bring you to Vegas" -howsabout that for romance
    Television Personalities - My Dark Places
    Murder City Devils - In Name and Blood
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      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeMay 20th 2008
     (2293.23)
    This is just too fantastic for words: Stevie Wonder on Sesame Street playing Superstition. Not only is the music fabulous, there is also a kid ROCKING OUT on the fire escape.


    That clip kicked my ass as much now as it did when I first saw it on the original show. Utter classic!
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      CommentAuthorRudi
    • CommentTimeMay 20th 2008
     (2293.24)
    The new Ladytron, Velocifero, is brilliant.

    Other than that, I've been stuck in the past listening to Too Dark Park - Skinny Puppy and Violator - Depeche Mode.
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeMay 21st 2008
     (2293.25)
    A lot of Bill Frisell and John Adams...

    also
    Bulbs - Light Ships

    Secret Chiefs 3 - Xaphan; Book of Angels vol 9
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    A friend and old bandmate of mine is now in a boogie-woogie WW2 style covers band called The Puppini Sisters, there's a fantastic remix of beyonce's crazy in love on Their Myspace
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      CommentAuthorSt.Wanger
    • CommentTimeMay 21st 2008
     (2293.27)
    Battle Of Mice - A Day Of Nights
    Nine Inch Nails - The Slip
    Nine Inch Nails - Ghosts I-IV
    TestAmenT - First Strike Still Deadly
    TestAmenT - The Formation Of Damnation
    Minus - The Great Northern Whalekill
    Napalm Death - Diatribes
    Neurosis - Enemy Of The Sun
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    The Slip is surprisingly good. I've not enjoyed a new NIN album at all this decade until now.

    Still loving Nouns by No Age.

    I've also been listening today to The Dusty Foot on the Road, an incredible live album by Somalian/Canadian rapper K'Naan.
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      CommentAuthorbabymole
    • CommentTimeMay 21st 2008
     (2293.29)
    NIN - The Slip. Seems like its two good singles, and a bunch of filler. Great thats its free. Its my theory the Rez wants to get off his head again, so the lyrics are him trying his best to stay straight.


    Dan Le Sac and Scroobius Pip - Angles. Le Sac's music is the best electronic stuff I've heard in ages. Better than Crystal Castles (which is still in my car, after three weeks). Pip's rapping is pretty strong. My highlight is 'Letter from God to Man' which is the best use of a sample ever, and the final lyric '...this apologies to Mother Nature, coz I created you!' and then the next secind the distorted Thom Yorke kicks in has given me MASSIVE FUCKING CHILLS down my spine on every listen this week. The title track is pretty strong and Magician's Apprentice has the best music ever.

    Death Cab... - Narrow Stairs. Strong first track. Amazing first track. But only three other good songs. No Sunshine sounds like Jimmy Eat world circa Bleed American (but in a good way). Cath... made me well up. Gibbards voice is amazing. I also listened to Plans because its just better.

    I'm trying to get into Echo and the Bunnymen, but McCulloch (is that spelt correctly?) is a pretty poor singer. But The Cutter and Killing Moon are still great moments. (Also made me watch Donnie Darko).

    I also read Gillen's Phonogram last week, so I'm slowly cueing up all my Britpop albums to listen to this week. Best of the Manic's in the car, until I can find my copy of Holy Bible.

    Also, Shonnen Knife's covedr of On Top of the World is being listened to a lot.
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      CommentAuthorbabymole
    • CommentTimeMay 21st 2008
     (2293.30)
    Thinking about my comment on NIN's the Slip, does anyone remember a rubbish Britpop group called Charlies Angels? They released on single with something like fourteen B-sides. I bought it because of the gimmick, then gave it away.
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    i need to go home and listen to the INDEX FOR POTENTIAL SUICIDE 12". i am pretty sure its the only way to get the songs to stop repeating in my head.
    • CommentAuthorcjstevens
    • CommentTimeMay 21st 2008
     (2293.32)
    Going through an electronica phase lately:

    Tangerine Dream (New to these guys and I'm loving em)
    Air
    Boards of Canada
    Daft Punk Hits
    Bjork Vespertine
    Jean Michelle - Aero
    Kraftwerk

    Add libeal sprinklings of:

    Blackmores Night
    Coheed and Cambria (Good Apollo)
    Paul Simon Anthology
    Small Faces Greatest Hits
    • CommentAuthorHarlotbug3
    • CommentTimeMay 22nd 2008
     (2293.33)
    @cjstevens

    Based on the list of your electronica phase, I'd recommend listening to Juno Reactor with me.

    Everyone's upset by their latest release seeming more chill-pop than dance. It's one guy constantly working with different artists, so you're going to get a lot of mixed elements no matter where you start. I'd say the same of Meat Beat Manifesto, though the results are seperately awesome.

    BTW

    Does listening to my wife play Tori Amos and Dresden Dolls (who I'll be seeing tonight!) count for this thread...or does it just count as bragging? ;)
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    i think ill be seeing the dresden dolls tomorrow, but only if my friends are working the door. $25 shows are waaaay too much, plus i dont like ever having to pay at the venue that its at in phx.
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      CommentAuthortaphead
    • CommentTimeMay 22nd 2008
     (2293.35)
    Ok, the end of the month seems to be shifting towards Scott Walker. If you haven't heard The Drift yet, remedy the situation as soon as humanly possible.
    • CommentAuthorLani
    • CommentTimeMay 22nd 2008
     (2293.36)
    Soul Coughing - Lemon Lime
    Eleni Mandell - Nightmare Song (She has a gritty noir sound kind of like if you crossed Tom Waits and PJ Harvey. I'm pretty sure she's done some work with Tom Waits' producer, too.)

    (These songs are a nice change from the Eurovision songs that have been in my head for the past 2 days straight.)
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    @babymole - I'm so disappointed by Angles. For every clever or witty lyric, there are ten that are pious and preachy. I expected much better.

    Right now I'm addicted to the new Annie single, I Know Ur Girlfriend Hates Me. Perfect pop. Also the new Audion single, Billy Says Go, and, for some reason, I felt compelled to download Busta Rhymes' old Woo Hah!!! I Got You All In Check. I seriously need to invest in the Busta Rhymes back catalogue.

    Oh! And donwload this: Audiobytes for Autobots.
    • CommentAuthorMitchB
    • CommentTimeMay 23rd 2008 edited
     (2293.38)
    The new Opeth (Watershed) and Cult of Luna (Eternal Kingdom) are wearing out the speakers this week, along with a big dose of Neurosis, The Tuss and the new Ladytron and Genghis Tron records. The new Dresden Dolls is sitting here but haven't listened as yet. Have to be in the right mood for the Dolls and I haven't found that mood yet.
    • CommentAuthorConTrick
    • CommentTimeMay 23rd 2008
     (2293.39)
    Fink - Distance & Time - plucked from the soundtrack of jPod (a Canadian TV show based on the Douglas Coupland book). I thoroughly recommend you all to download the show + album - like, right now.

    I subsequently found out that he is from sunny Brighton. Always heartening to find a homegrown talent.

    Lots of Bonobo - because why the hell not.

    LCD Soundsystem - Sound of Silver (yeah, okay, the GTA IV buy bomb got into my head - what can I say, I'm only subhuman).
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    Oszibarack - Plim Plum Plam - mad music from Poland.