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09-14-2008, 01:20 PM
Yah, hands down a very STRONG oldschool feel this album. I'll put it right out there and say im a FROTHING AT THE MOUTH, RAVING LUNATIC METALLICA FAN!!!!!!!!!!!....lol, they are hands down my favorite band PERIOD ive been listening to them since the beginging and my family WILL play them at my funeral damnit!! Sooo that being the case I was let down with St. Anger big time, I felt they got lazy on that album, but then Death Magnetic came and I felt they really went back to their roots on this one, over all im VERY impressed.
10-02-2008, 06:16 AM
Ahhhhhh ... I got the new Ben Folds and I'm looooving it!
I think many of you boys here would enjoy the song, "Bitch Went Nuts," it's quite amusing. In the meantime, I like the new single, featuring Regina Spektor:
edit: I can't get the link to work, maybe the "official" videos don't let you do that. Here's the link, though: "You Don't Know Me" video. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NE_q_7JkdWM&feature=related)
10-02-2008, 11:20 AM
That video is a bit....odd...but in a good way. I like the song.
I tried to re-link your video because it said the video was no longer available, but I think it must be some sort of embedding weirdness. I put a new link in from a video that works perfectly fine on YouTube, but it won't show up here. :headscratch:
10-03-2008, 04:48 PM
I have been listening to TV on the Radio's new cd, Dear Science. Honestly, one of the most innovative and unique bands I have heard in the last 10 years.....amazing....
10-06-2008, 06:04 AM
Right now, I'm listening to Happiness is the Road. You can get it for free on the p2p sites (or from MusiGlue.com), as the band released it to the wild themselves. The physical CDs will be released in a few weeks, and I can't wait.
The shared files are DRMed to pop up a youtube video before the first song plays. Basically, they'd like you to give them your email addy so they know who potential new fans are, and invite you to visit their site to maybe buy tickets, a copy of the album, or a T-shirt. I give 'em credit for trying something new and different!
And the album's great, too! 110 minutes of music!
10-17-2008, 12:31 PM
Viva la vidaaaa Coldplay:)
10-21-2008, 11:30 AM
I like their video homage to dM's "Enjoy the Silence." It's great!
11-10-2008, 01:29 PM
the overhead air duct is making some beautiful noises
12-28-2008, 11:33 PM
Mmmm, I listen to disco while I eat my own poo.
12-29-2008, 08:39 AM
Elvis Presley's DOUBLE DYNAMITE is a double cd set from Las Vegas, August 19 1970 (both shows) the dinner show and midnight show great cd set.
01-15-2009, 11:18 PM
I'm pretty lazy when it comes to being on top of the music scene but I get into these manic episodes where I'll spend a weekend, like this weekend, in between football, just devouring music. Some bands on my new playlist right now that I'll probably be listening to for the next few months until the next manic music episode. Kinda spans a wide range of genres that define my taste.
Little Boots (I first thought she was overrated and then realized she was awesome. got good sense when it comes to hooks, Mathematics is a dope song)
Nightwish (Tarja. Annette isn't bad but Tarja just has a quality to her voice that Annette doesn't have)
Miniature Tigers (gotta support great local music)
Rhapsody of Fire (I just bough their '04 Tales of the Emerald Sword Saga and I love having most of their best shit on one album. They are pretty much the most epic power metal band out there.)
Shuggie Otis (underrated soul)
Immortal Technique (been meaning to listen to him for a while but been tripping over so many good underground hiphop that I keep forgetting. Good God, he kills it.)
Hilltop Hoods (I've had them on my playlist for years but I just can't seem to let them go. Awesome Australian rap-rock band)
(pre-New Wave) Against Me! (Also been on my playlist but can't let them go)
Busdriver (just listen to Imaginary Places, rapped against Bach's Badinerie)
Abney Park (yay! Steampunk-inspired industrial music)
Fucked Up (best hardcore band right now)
The Cool Kids
Bomb the Music Industry! (seriously trying to bring back a 'third wave' of Ska-punk. find them to be very eclectic.)
The Pinker Tones (Wild Animals' Happy Everywhere puts me in a good mood EVERYtime. Might be one of my favorite songs this year.)
Get Cape.Wear Cape.Fly
The Transit War
City and Colour
Loquat (so sooothing)
Iration (I always need some pop reggae in there, last year it was The Expendables)
Restiform Bodies (These guys are just weird. Experimental, seriously. But listenable)
Girl Talk (mix master mashup extraordinaire)
The Cribs (good old fashion rockin' out but I like how he sings his lyrics. I find it original. Kate Nash's cover of Men's Needs isn't bad either)
07-15-2009, 07:13 PM
drake and kevin lyttle. and ever since listening to 2nd II none's 'classic 220,' i go back and listen to some of those songs since the whole cd is good. drake has potential if he can keep his production tight. lyttle's first album is good but the first four tracks are the best.
07-07-2010, 12:10 AM
I am listining the bollywood movies latest music....
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