What music are you listening to lately?

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  1. gnatty8

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    The Kooks

    Oh yeah, and Dwight Yoakam, Greatest Hits..
     
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    I'm relistening to all the Nine Inch Nails stuff from Year Zero onward. I always wondered why I didn't get into this stuff earlier, I could only imagine myself liking this MORE in highschool.
     
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    Nice J. You ever listen to any of his pre-Rain Dogs albums? Past few days: [​IMG] You pretty much know what you're getting here. Only 3 really good songs on this one. B- [​IMG] This blew. Basically covers of old soul and funk classics. C-
     
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    The new Grizzly Bear album (best of the year so far)
    Heartless Bastards
    JJ Cale (for the BBQs!)
    Mastadon and Cage at the gym
     
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    Nice J. You ever listen to any of his pre-Rain Dogs albums?

    Yeah, I've heard a lot of his stuff (and just got all of it) but never really sat and listened on purpose. I started here for now.
     
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    Yeah, I've heard a lot of his stuff (and just got all of it) but never really sat and listened on purpose. I started here for now.
    The only things I've been able to find at the Library have been Swordfishtrombone, Orphans, and Nighthawks at the diner. Nighthawks was fantastic, and really funny in some parts where he just talks about crazy shit. Both Swordfish and Orphans came after RainDogs and it's been getting weirder and weirder with each album. I'm trying to find his 2 pre-Nighthawks albums but it's not easy. Just finished with these two today: [​IMG] Jesus this was terrible. Imagine crossing chamber music with emo/alt-rock. I made it through 6 songs before giving up. [​IMG] The more I listen to Radiohead the more I realize that I'm just not a fan of their music. I can hardly understand half the shit Tom Yorke is saying. Creep is a cool song but, like the rest of their albums, there is only ever one or two standouts. C-
     
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    TV on the Radio, and will be standing in guaranteed rain tonight for their show at Central Park Summerstage.
     
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    [​IMG] This blew. Basically covers of old soul and funk classics. C-
    I thought I was going to like it for that very reason but yes, that album sucks.
     
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    ^ loving it?

    I wasn't at first, because a lot of the songs didn't sound like what I usually expect from them. But, after many many spins, I'm really starting to like it (I'm actually listening to it now). She's toned down her singing on a lot of the songs (Hysteric, Skeletons, Little Shadow, Soft Shock) and it was at first, very strange to me.
     
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    The new Grizzly Bear album (best of the year so far)
    Heartless Bastards
    JJ Cale (for the BBQs!)
    Mastadon and Cage at the gym


    We would probably get along in real life.
     
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    Today, I'm listening to REO Speedwagon. I can't really say that I'm a fan but my nephew ( the one with the hip hop connections ), knows lots of people in the music business ( like Scott Storch, if you remember that thread ). He's gotten back stage passes for Sunday nights show at 7:00 PM.

    Anyway, I just wiki'ed REO and it appears they started in 1967! So they are probably my age. The show will be at the Cynthia Woods pavillion in the Woodlands, Houston. I don't know if they'll allow pictures, but I'll try.

    http://Something from their glory days.
     
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    This album is so ridiculously good. My ears hurt. [​IMG]
     

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