What music are you listening to lately?

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  1. GoSurface

    GoSurface Senior member

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    I was listening to this the other day. "Fuck Me Pumps" is a great song.

    My favorite song is probably "Take the Box" or maybe "In My Bed," but "Fuck Me Pumps" is great too.
     


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    Good music for December. [​IMG]
    One of my favs of last year. Never get tired of that album.
     


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    archangel is the best song you can't sing along to.
     


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    Cerrone and a few Girogio Moroder songs I have down loaded in my ipod. I've been getting into bands that use the Moog synth.
     


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    xchen Senior member

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    The Moog is always a favorite, as is a lesser know instrument called the Theremin (when used in moderation).
     


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    Connemara [URL='http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jST2Sv63WQ']

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    Nothing beats the Hammond B-3.
     


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    ostarra-kingdom come
     


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    Nothing beats the Hammond B-3.

    I was watching Genesis in Rome the other night and Tony Banks was playing a hammond.
     


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    The Moog is always a favorite, as is a lesser know instrument called the Theremin (when used in moderation).

    I know what that instrument is. There's a picture that's hillarious.

    http://www.subgenius.com/bigfist/fun...d-theremin.jpg
     


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    Of Montreal ~ Skeletal Lamping Craziest CD case of all time. It folds out into a huge cut out thing... [​IMG]
     


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    How is that?

    Its ok, but they sound like they listened to WAAAAAAY too much Rutles


    [​IMG]

    Missed this earlier. Its pretty damn good for Macca....some of it has a bit too much of a "Sting" sound to it, but some real solid songs. I think its his best solo (if it qualifies) work that I've heard. My solo Macca is limited to Ram! and Flaming Pie.
     


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    Gang Gang Dance - Saint Dymphna

    and

    AGF - Dance Floor Drachen
     


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