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    • CommentTimeJan 22nd 2008
    20... there are 20 versions of that song?

    My email's in my profile. can you gimme a list of the bands that've covered it so I can try find em?
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    I saw whitehouse live once. was impressively loud and rather entertaining.
    • CommentAuthoreggzoomin
    • CommentTimeJan 22nd 2008
    Tons and tons and tons of Rush, at a very good friend's house. Still awake and celebrating the demise of Le Woolwich against Spurs last night.
    • CommentTimeJan 23rd 2008
    A whole shitload of tunes from the Dogtown & Z-Boys and Lords of Dogtown soundtracks.
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    did none of us comic nerds realize that there is a band called bruce banner that absolutely destroys?!
    • CommentTimeJan 23rd 2008
    Sure, but do they smash?
  3.  (575.47)
    I have filled my weary brain with a cocktail of Pixies, Squarepusher, 65daysofstatic and Radiohead. I now need to soak it in coffee for a while and consider my Stereolab options.
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    Well, i'm listening to outer space

    I'm working on making radio for the AV festival coming up in a month and am wondering how much of this crazy noise is actually space. Honor who is one of the members of radioqualia, is now AVfestival director.
  5.  (575.49)
    a certain percentage of TV static is from space...
    • CommentAuthortmofee
    • CommentTimeJan 23rd 2008
    Listening to the Juno soundtrack. Got some tracks that are interesting and probably never listen to again, but it's a pretty decent collection all in all with stuff like The Kinks, The Velvets, Mot The Hoople, Sonic Youth, Cat Power. Not minding it at all...
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    @Phoenix D-k - that astronomy page is great. we used a pile of nasa recordings in an aborted githead mix
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    Now: Double Seven by Upsetters
    Before: Dots and Loops by Stereolab
    Electric Heart Strike by Nullsleep
    The Shepherd's Dog by Iron & Wine
    A couple of tracks from Battles' Mirrored
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    right now, putting finishing touches and tweaks on my album before sending off to various vocalists around the world for them to play with and scream sing and garggle over.

    i think it sounds sexy.
  9.  (575.54)
    soft shoulder-mary ann 7" (jazz/punk)
    harum scarum-suppose we try 12" (melodic protest music)
  10.  (575.55)
    Ooo! Someone mentioned the Juno soundtrack...I've been listening to that as well. And the Royal Tannenbaums OST as well.
    • CommentAuthorzenbullet
    • CommentTimeJan 23rd 2008
    The only band I really recommend to people is BABYLAND

    Self-described as electro junk punk. And it's a pretty good description...
    • CommentTimeJan 23rd 2008
    I just raided the audio department at my work and found a band called Holy Fuck. Instrumental Electronic Noise Rock. I'm really liking this CD.

    @Joe - Soft Should-Mary Ann? Jazz Punk? I'm in!
    • CommentAuthorNil
    • CommentTimeJan 23rd 2008
    Geinoh Yamashirogumi - Akira OST

    I was never too fond of the film, but the soundtrack is amazing.
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    soft shoulder is amazing, they are a local three piece guitar/drums/saxophone with an occasional clarinet. its more free jazz noise, broken up with short punk rock songs. they have another split seven inch that i think has better songs, but just rad people and rad music.

    i love bands with the word fuck in the name.
    • CommentTimeJan 23rd 2008
    Well, I'm a HUGE NoMeansNo fan, so I automatically glomp onto anything JazzPunk.