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greedrex 10.27.2008 09:31 AM

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Originally Posted by stu666

 

listening to this now
this is soooooooooooooooooooooooooo Erase errata -related!!!
luv it

PAULYBEE2656 10.27.2008 09:37 AM

"What are you gonna do?"
"I'm gonna record all the noise."
"Oh, yeah?"
"Well, you know, actually, right here in this neighborhood, we
don't have a heck of a lot of noise....
(No, we don't either.)
Um, because uh, well, you know, there's, the big city isn't around here,
(oh sure) and once, we do hear somebody shoot off a (yeah)
couple of guns in the distance, and somebody rattles some tin cans or
something, and that's about all. So, it's very quiet here..."
"Whoah, look out, here I come!"
"Michael
Jackson ... look what you've done!"
MICHAEL JACKSON
"You've spattered mud all over my dress with your old bicycle!"
PAUL MCCARTNEY AND MICHAEL JACKSON
"Gee Carol, those mud stains'll never wash out."
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN
"Oh, Jean, what am I going to do?"
VAN HALEN
"Oh, I'm sorry, Carol, you were too close."
TINA TURNER
"Sorry? What good does THAT do?"
DAVID BOOWIE
"You know you aren't supposed to be riding your bike during lunch hour."
PRINCE
MADONNA
HUEY LEWIS AND THE NEWS
THE CARS
HERBIE HANCOCK
BONNIE TYLER
ZZ TOP
"WEIRD" AL YANKOVIC
CYNDI ... LOOPER
PINK FLOYD
THE PRETENDERS
BILLY JOEL
BILLY IDOL
ELTON JOHN
NEIL YOUNG
SHEENA EASTON
JOHN LENNON
THE ALAN PARSONS PROJECT
RICK SPRINGFIELD
THE ROLLING STONES
PAT BENATAR
HALL AND OATES
ADAM ANT
QUEEN
JOHN COUGAR MELLENCAMP
FLEETWOOD MAC
DURAN DURAN
POLICE
EURYTHMICS
CULTURE CLUB INCLUDING BOY GEORGE
KENNY ROGERS
STEVIE WONDER
J. IGLESIAS AND DIANA ROSS
DONNA SUMMER
DEAN MARTIN
KISS
AND WE ESPECIALLY CALL FOR THE JUDGMENT IN THIS HOUR AND THE
DESTROYING OF
ROCK MUSIC DIRECTED SPECIFICALLY AGAINST CHILDREN
AND WORKING SPECIFICALLY THROUGH THESE INDIVIDUALS
FOR WHOM WE CALL FOR THE JUDGMENT IN THE SACRED FIRE IN THIS HOUR
BEFORE
THE THRONE OF ALMIGHTY GOD
"Whoah, look out, here I come!"

stu666 10.27.2008 10:12 AM


 

SYRFox 10.27.2008 10:16 AM

 

stu666 10.27.2008 10:37 AM


 

jimbrim 10.27.2008 11:33 AM

Jonquil - Lions

greedrex 10.27.2008 11:37 AM

 

stu666 10.27.2008 11:57 AM

 

noisereductions 10.27.2008 11:57 AM

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Originally Posted by stu666


 



what's this?

stu666 10.27.2008 12:00 PM

^^^ Hush Arbors - Landscape of bone cd (part of the three lobed modern containment subscription)

i really love this cd.

SYRFox 10.27.2008 12:20 PM

 

sonic sphere 10.27.2008 12:25 PM

johnny thunders-too much junkie business

StevOK 10.27.2008 12:34 PM

http://www.halcyondaysmusic.com

batreleaser 10.27.2008 01:48 PM

ccr

Sonic Youth 37 10.27.2008 02:47 PM

So far today:

Choose Bronze - The Casket Lottery
Moving Mountains - The Casket Lottery
Relationship of Command - At The Drive-In

afterthefact 10.27.2008 03:04 PM

 

batreleaser 10.27.2008 03:08 PM

beefheart-clear spot

the closest thing van vliet did to a soul album, and go figure, its brilliant.

Inhuman 10.27.2008 03:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stu666

 

I liked the album cover and checked them out, and it sounds great. Was just listening to Django Reinhardt - The Classic Early Recordings

viewtiful_alan 10.27.2008 03:58 PM

Done with the new juvenile one, now going back to going through the collection:

One of my all time favorites:
 

5/5

viewtiful_alan 10.27.2008 05:33 PM

 

4.5/5
Not as good as freak out, but quite funny, and the music is anything but boring to say the least.

SYRFox 10.27.2008 05:54 PM

again
 

[Sandbag] 10.27.2008 06:26 PM

 


its on my ipod...
fuckin' mp3's.... i want the album!

Pookie 10.27.2008 06:28 PM


 

stu666 10.27.2008 06:34 PM


 

StevOK 10.27.2008 09:48 PM

http://www.myspace.com/tomorrowpeopletexas

Check out the last two songs on their player.

StevOK 10.27.2008 10:22 PM

http://www.myspace.com/aqueduct

sonic sphere 10.28.2008 05:43 AM

sonic youth-confusion is sex

noisereductions 10.28.2008 07:07 AM

 

jimbrim 10.28.2008 10:17 AM

 

batreleaser 10.28.2008 12:49 PM

corsano and flaherty duo-doesnt make sense considering your lack of fat

amazing, sweeping free improv track. i've just recently been starting to understand corsano's genius. i maybe wasn't able to dig him before because he seems like a more collaborative artist and didnt have his defining project. but, the duo with flaherty is close enough to a main band and his solo stuff is mostly amazing, but anyways i have never heard such a rawly talented percussionist with such a unique and wild style in any style of music as corsano. i love how he's able to mix that amazing free improv style of drumming with also the rockist and even metal tendencies. that mixed with flaherty's raw saxophone squalls, and that's free music incarnate. also, it's probably as acessible music as any in the whole free improv genre. it sounds as if they're coming from folk more than wierd noisy free jazz.

uhler 10.28.2008 01:49 PM

 

jimbrim 10.28.2008 01:54 PM

random double leopards tracks

stu666 10.28.2008 02:04 PM

Boss Hog
Peel session BBC
03 03 1991

(from dime)

Torn Curtain 10.28.2008 02:16 PM

The Notwist - October 23, 2008 The Triple Door Seattle, Washington, USA, KEXP FM (from dime)

Dead-Air 10.28.2008 02:54 PM

"New Rose" by The Damned

Derek 10.28.2008 04:00 PM

the germs - GI

viewtiful_alan 10.28.2008 04:23 PM

Got the ipod on shuffle (it has my entire record collection on it, its an 80 gig, and I dont skip anything)
Last five songs heard:

Machine Gun Ettiquette by The Damned
That's What You Get by Paramore
In the Winner's Circle by Mudhoney
Touched by My Bloody Valentine
Chinese Rocks by Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers

Pookie 10.28.2008 04:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by viewtiful_alan
...and I dont skip anything.

No fukking compromise.:mad:

viewtiful_alan 10.28.2008 04:30 PM

Since my last post:
True Love Tends to Forget by Bob Dylan
On a Plain by Nirvana

viewtiful_alan 10.28.2008 04:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pookie
No fukking compromise.:mad:

Damn straight, this way I dont just ignore things, and I can discover songs I may have missed the first time around.
I have a thing for everything getting its fair chance.


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