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mat_j Posted: Sun Mar 21 16:08:42 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Ok a reworking of a GT classic; what songs are you listening to right now and why would you recomend TWO of the bands on the list to anyone?


 
Maya Posted: Sun Mar 21 16:38:50 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  oooh, am listening to spanish pop rock band called Oreja de Van Gogh, very cool relaxed tunes! like it, helps me study. Alternativley i listen to Evanesence, although i usually listen to slow jams


 
addi Posted: Sun Mar 21 16:44:56 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  on the stereo while I was folding clothes (how utterly domestic I am sometimes)
Steeley Dan "Goucho" the entire album is fantastic

playing now on the computer
Radiohead "Punch up at a Wedding"
It's the only song i have or know of theirs, but i really like it.


 
Malik Posted: Sun Mar 21 16:46:07 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  11am - Incubus
Exit Music (For a Film) - Radiohead
Bed Of Roses - Mindless Self-Indulgence
Bullet Proof... I Wish I Was - Radiohead
The Scientist - Coldplay
I Miss You - Incubus
Here In My Room - Incubus
A Rush of Blood to the Head - Coldplay
Zombie - The Cranberries
Street Spirit - Radiohead

I would recomend Incubus and Radiohead. I would do so because you told me to. :)



 
Paulo Posted: Sun Mar 21 17:20:06 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Bill Bailey - Cockney Eye Of The Tiger
Mellow Doubt - I45
Less Than Jake Loads


 
libra Posted: Sun Mar 21 18:08:56 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Ummm

I'm listening to a lot of radiohead...Hail to the Thief, Kid A and OK Computer.

I've also been listening to a little Death Cab for Cutie, some Staind and A Perfect Circle. A little Blink 182, Green Day, Something Corporate, Three Days Grace, some random 80's songs from a mix a friend gave me, and some Jet and Nirvana, Rooney, Broken Social Scene (thanks zander), Coldplay, of course...

I'd definitely recommend Radiohead, but most people on here seem to listen to them already, um, Jet is good too(for some reason they remind me of the beatles), and Rooney is good if you don't want to be depressed...I listen to rather angry/sad music...


 
Asswipe Posted: Sun Mar 21 19:06:59 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  incubus - beware criminal
dispatch - time served, open up


 
mat_j Posted: Sun Mar 21 19:59:58 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I am listening to

Debaser- Pixies
Velouria- Pixies
Tame-pixies
Wave of Mutilation- Pixies
Monkey Gone to heaven- Pixies

Rain St.- The Pogues

Nas is Like- Nas

The boxer-Paul Simon

Enslishman in New York- Sting

Down with the Sickness- Richard Cheese

Damien Rice- Volcano

Tom Lehrer- National Brotherhood Week

Supersonic- Oasis

Death in Vegas- Girls

Shady Lane- Pavement

The End- The Doors



 
mat_j Posted: Sun Mar 21 20:04:49 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  The Pixies rule, they're just a perfect band, the riffs are catchy as fuck, the lyrics run from cool to bizarre and Frank Black's voice is just so weird and unique.

The Pogues- Irish drinking songs at first glance but individual punk masterpieces if you look close embodying the History of a nation and the underdogs throughout the world, Shane MacGowan has pride in his voice and whiskey in his belly. Listening to a classic Pogues album like 'If i should fall from grace with god' or 'Rum Sodomy and the Lash' will make you glad to be alive and rowdy.


 
Kira Posted: Sun Mar 21 20:08:11 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Beethoven's 5th (rocks my socks, I don't mind saying).
'Every Heart' from the InuYasha OST.
Toad the Wet Sprocket - Walk on the Ocean.
'Shell' from the Witch Hunter Robin OST.

But I hate music. Couldn't recommend anyone--to anybody, anyway. *Smirk*


 
marsteller Posted: Sun Mar 21 22:02:06 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  >Down with the Sickness- Richard Cheese


isn't that a Disturbed song?


 
marsteller Posted: Sun Mar 21 22:02:30 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  oh, and way to rep it for the hop hip crew with some nas


 
Dancer Posted: Sun Mar 21 22:25:19 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  i seldom keep up with the radio nowadays. however, in my teens, i used to listen to alot of nirvana and depeche mode.

and i was also into Blur until the beetlebum album came out, i stopped.


 
zander83 Posted: Sun Mar 21 22:31:26 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Broken Social Scene
Jelly-Roll Morton
Abandoned Pools
Glen Gould- Symphony 5 liszt piano transcript
Billy Talent
Brand New
Keith Jarret-Koln Concert

other more random things but its tough to say depends on mood...




 
mat_j Posted: Sun Mar 21 23:46:28 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  marsteller said:
>oh, and way to rep it for the hop hip crew with some nas


Fucking damn straight!! Nas is like is one of my favourite hip hop songs.... nay favourite songs in the world


 
simonvii Posted: Mon Mar 22 00:00:07 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  i been listening to a lot of stuf i never heard before -
the red west
the format
steadman
the entire "wilco" back catalog
"heartbreaker" by ryan adams
death cab's "transatlanticism"
gary jules "mad world"

id recommend ryan adams to anyone and everyone, all his stuff is amazing...and check out blink 182's newest album as well as the offshoot band "boxcar racer", they're pretty sweet


 
mat_j Posted: Mon Mar 22 00:39:03 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  marsteller said:
>>Down with the Sickness- Richard Cheese
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>isn't that a Disturbed song?

Yeah it is, Richard Cheese does Lounge act versions of rock and pop songs


 
Iamjustdancing. Posted: Mon Mar 22 13:08:28 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Wildflowers - Tom Petty (whole album)
Rolling Stones - assorted tracks
Cake - fashion nugget
(counting crows is a staple of any list of mine)
Sublime (Robbin the Hood)
Endicott 8 (last ditch effort)



 
Adrian Posted: Tue Mar 23 13:22:30 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Manic Street Preachers - Generation Terrorists (An ultimate Manics Album from sheer brilliant Guitars and good hooks, to the profound and inspiring lyrics)
Metallica - And Justice for All. (If you don't know find out)

Songs I just heard on yahopo launch actually, Jimi Hendrix - All along the Watchtower (Fukn Brilliant love that one, and a very good song I recognise but never heard before, which is Credance Clearwater Revivial - Fortunate Son


 
ifihadahif Posted: Tue Mar 23 14:54:33 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  dixie dregs - bring 'em back alive
santana - supernatural
joss stone - the soul sessions
steve tyrell - standard time

My list changes daily, but these are the discs I have in my car right now.



 
sweet p Posted: Tue Mar 23 15:09:56 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  I have been listening to a lot of stuff by THE POSTAL SERVICE lately.

I like them because they sound different...they are sorta electronica/new-wave ish. A lot of toyish sounds. Reminiscent of 80's music/brit-poppish [but they aren't British]. Almost like BELLE AND SEBASTIAN mixed with RADIOHEAD. Their lyrics aren't phenomenal but they are very fun and I really enjoy the ideas they create. Ben Gibbard from DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE and Jimmy Tamborello from DNTEL collaborated their ideas and did some musical swapping via mail until they came up with the album "Give Up". I guess I really enjoy Indie Rock...

They also did a cover of Phil Collin's Against All Odds and that made me smile.

[all the bands in capital letters are worth checking out].

Oh, and I am really enjoying the candian band PILATE. The lead singer's voice reminds me of Thom Yorke's and their music is pretty cool.


 
FN Posted: Tue Mar 23 16:13:18 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  My playlist at the moment:


Beethoven - Für Elise
K's Choice - Believe
David Guetta - Distortion (Techno)
Clouseau - Domino
Vivaldi - 4 seasons
Black Strobe - Italian Fireflies (Techno)
Francis Cabrel - Je t'aime, je t'aimais et je t'aimerais
The Freak - Rising Angel (Techno)
K's Choice - Almost Happy
Moby - Porcelain (Techno)



K's Choice especially, Believe is a good song to start out with

I'd say Clouseau as well but they don't have a lot of English texts, so perhaps you should try out Moby if you haven't already, he has some really good stuff.


 
mat_j Posted: Thu Mar 25 05:16:56 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Adrian said:
>Manic Street Preachers - Generation Terrorists (An ultimate Manics Album from sheer brilliant Guitars and good hooks, to the profound and inspiring lyrics)
>Metallica - And Justice for All. (If you don't know find out)

I like Generation Terrorists but i prefer the Holy bible (hehe that'll come back to haunt me in a court of law). Faster rules as does the Intense humming of evil.

Have you heard Johnny Cash's version of Hurt by Trent Reznor? If you haven't and like Metallica and Credence you should love this song

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iggy Posted: Thu Mar 25 05:37:14 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  maroon 5 - this love


 
iggy Posted: Thu Mar 25 05:37:35 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  five for fighting - 100 years


 
DaveHill Posted: Fri Mar 26 12:40:19 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Glassjaw
and euhm, Christiansen.
Thursday too.
Of course the good old Radiohead, Coldplay, Incubus, Sparta. Load and loads of music really.

Recommended : Elbow (sort of Radiohead & Coldplay crossover)
Longwave is also worth a listen

(and yes, i chose quite unknown bands on purpose)


 
sweet p Posted: Fri Mar 26 13:41:29 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  DaveHill said:

>Recommended : Elbow

Coool...I don't know many people who know about Elbow. Awesome.


 
Puck Posted: Fri Mar 26 22:32:17 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  This week's cds are
Goo Goo Dolls-A boy named goo
Finger Eleven


 
Mesh Posted: Fri Mar 26 22:48:41 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Motörhead- Ace of Spades


 
marsteller Posted: Fri Mar 26 22:58:49 2004 Post | Quote in Reply  
  check out moe. - rebubula, nebraska, happy hour hero


 



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