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      CommentAuthorhowyadoin
    • CommentTimeFeb 3rd 2008
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    I Mother Earth - "So Gently We Go"
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    A mix of old and new this morning...

    Les Negresses Verte - Mlah (Lots of energy -traditional French sounds with a ska punk edge)
    Peaches - The Teaches of Peaches (Overtly sexual lyrics over electroclash beats)
    Clark - Turning Dragon (A harder, dirtier follow up to Body Riddle)
    Easy Star All Stars - Radiodread (Reggae versions of Radiohead tracks)
    Fujiya & Miyagi - Transparent things (low key vocals with Can influenced electronic beats)
    Electronicat - 21st Century Toy (electroglam?)
    • CommentAuthorNil
    • CommentTimeFeb 3rd 2008
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    Artery Eruption / Mangled Atrocity - Split CD (brutal death metal, Artery Eruption are particularly good)
    Drive Like Jehu - Drive Like Jehu (excellent noise rock)
    Pig Destroyer - 38 Counts of Battery (grindcore)
    Demon Hunter - Demon Hunter (christian metalcore, surprisingly good considering I don't particularly like Christianity or metalcore)
    Strapping Young Lad - City (it's always time for some Strapping Young Lad)

    A few in the to-listen pile from the EXTREME MUSIC thread:

    Graf Orlock - Destination Time: Tomorrow
    Fuck on the Beach - Fastcore on the Beach (one of the few fastcore / power-violence albums I have)
    Wolf Eyes - Black Wings Over the Sand
    Whitehouse - Racket
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    Always had a soft spot for the Surf Champlers. Somewhere I have an mp3 of them covering the James Bond theme...
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      CommentAuthortedcroland
    • CommentTimeFeb 3rd 2008
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    Pink Floyd - What Shall We Do Now?

    It was originally supposed to be on The Wall where Empty Spaces is, but it was too long to fit. Awesome song.
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      CommentAuthorRandy74
    • CommentTimeFeb 3rd 2008 edited
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    IN the store...in the CD changer all weekend...

    The CLASH - Sandanista - both discs..what a great albumn, critically slammed as over-ambitious and labled by many as crap..
    Mission Of Burma - Obliteratti
    The Ramones - Subterranen Jungle
    The Cramps - Flamejob
    Devo - Greatest Hits
    The Stranglers - Rarities
    Some Japanese traditional Biwa music from he Edo Samurai era
    The Ventures - Walk Don't run
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    Right now, the the first track of the new Magnetic Fields album, which won't leave me alone. (The rest of the album is pretty good, but the opening track has me hooked).

    Always had a soft spot for the Surf Champlers. Somewhere I have an mp3 of them covering the James Bond theme...

    Great track. That's on this CD, too. (I have a weakness for electrified Okinawan pop music - it's a great example of pop music synthesis of a whole bunch of sources, but without the Western post-modernist pretentions).
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      CommentAuthortedcroland
    • CommentTimeFeb 4th 2008
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    Surf?

    Having An Average Weekend by Shadowy Men On A Shadowy Planet, more popularly known as the theme to The Kids In The Hall. Playing that at lunch at my high school with my then-current band Tom Selleck was fun.