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What music are you listening to lately?

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by Artisan Fan, Oct 1, 2007.

  1. Tokyo Slim

    Tokyo Slim Senior member

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    (Best Of )Toadies - Live From Paradise
    Hum - You'd Prefer An Astronaut
    Nas - It Was Written
     
  2. Dakota rube

    Dakota rube Senior member

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    Bruuuuce's new one — Magic — is pretty damn good.
     
  3. Kaizen

    Kaizen Senior member

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    Lately, I've been in the mood for some of the old standards. I found a station on iTunes (Martini in the Morning) that plays Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, etc. Since I've started dressing a bit more respectably, the bubblegum pop that is Eurodance just doesn't feel right.
     
  4. gdl203

    gdl203 Senior member Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    I'm compelled to play Kanye's album every morning when I wake up (Good Morning... ooo woo ooo woo woo wooo wooooo...). I've been listening to Graduation a lot these days. Also in the last couple of weeks, I've often played the Once soundtrack + Camille (cool french chanteuse) + latest K-Os + Basement Jaxx + the grey album
     
  5. Histrion

    Histrion Senior member

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    I have not been listening to much music recently...

    A couple of songs that I find myself listening a lot to recently are:

    Simon & Garfunkel - Sound of Silence
    Don McLean - American Pie
    Sidney Bechet - Petite fleur

    Otherwise, quite a bit of Aznavour, Reggiani, The Strokes, Coltrane, Elliott Smith, Neutral Milk Hotel and David Bowie.

    It is a tad random...
     
  6. whodini

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    I have not been listening to much music recently...

    A couple of songs that I find myself listening a lot to recently are:

    Simon & Garfunkel - Sound of Silence
    Don McLean - American Pie
    Sidney Bechet - Petite fleur

    Otherwise, quite a bit of Aznavour, Reggiani, The Strokes, Coltrane, Elliott Smith, Neutral Milk Hotel and David Bowie.

    It is a tad random...


    Awesome. He was quite the individual in/out of the spotlight.
     
  7. romafan

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    30 year anniversary reiisue of Culture's "Two Sevens Clash"

    The Yayhoos "Put the Hammer Down"
     
  8. The_Icon

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    I'm listening to a lot of Ingrid Michaelson. Very cool music. Also, Micheal Buble...
     
  9. robbie

    robbie Senior member

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    top 5 of the moment
    aqueduct
    joy division
    the pixies
    the pink floyd
    modest mouse
     
  10. Connemara

    Connemara Senior member

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    I've become obsessed with "Stop Making Sense," the live DVD/album the Talking Heads did in 1983.

    The version of Burning Down the House is fucking RIDICULOUS. Especially if you watch the DVD.
     
  11. chronoaug

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    The last album i listened to tonight while driving to get frozen yogurt. [​IMG]
     
  12. ratboycom

    ratboycom Senior member

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    I have been listening to a lot of Explosions in the Sky, team sleep, and Royksopp. I have been rounding that out with a little malice mizer.
     
  13. Edward Appleby

    Edward Appleby Senior member

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    I have been listening to a lot of Explosions in the Sky,

    Explosions are awesome. People sometimes critize them because all of their albums sound similar, but I don't really see that as a problem.
     
  14. Artisan Fan

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    I've become obsessed with "Stop Making Sense," the live DVD/album the Talking Heads did in 1983.

    The version of Burning Down the House is fucking RIDICULOUS. Especially if you watch the DVD.


    You have excellent taste in music Conne. I saw them do the Stop Making Sense tour when I was at UVA in 1983. It was absolutely mindblowing. A true highlight of my college years.

    [​IMG]
     
  15. ratboycom

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    Explosions are awesome. People sometimes critize them because all of their albums sound similar, but I don't really see that as a problem.

    Werd, Their albums may sound a little similar but I dont see that as a bad thing. They still have plenty of variety between songs. I hate when a band comes out with a new album and sound completely different/not as good, example: the newest killers and Strokes albums I was pretty disapointed in. I liked how the first Strokes album sounded dirty/poorly recorded, it made their music sound appropriate, their newest albums sound too studio touched up.
     
  16. Get Smart

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    Right now I'm really diggint LP1 by french all chick band The Plastiscines.

    Very stripped down late 70s style punk-powerpop. Half the songs in French and the rest in English. Chicks are pretty good looking from what I can tell so that helps the visuals in my head as they power thru 13 songs all around 2:00 long. No ballads to be found [​IMG]
     
  17. Thomas

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    I am currently rediscovering the joys of Prince, particularly Sign Of the Times and the Black Album. Everything else fails to register, excepting a few tracks from Graffiti Bridge.
     
  18. Artisan Fan

    Artisan Fan Senior member

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    I am currently rediscovering the joys of Prince, particularly Sign Of the Times and the Black Album. Everything else fails to register, excepting a few tracks from Graffiti Bridge.

    I would like the Black Album on LP but it is going for $200+. How is the music? Sadly I have never heard it. Controversy is a good record.
     
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    American Football by American Football
    Songs By The Sea by The Boats
    The Letting Go by Bonnie "Prince" Billy
    Pink by Boris
    Halfway To You by Coastal
    An Accidental Memory In The Case Of Death by Eluvium
    Solo Piano by Gonzales
    Silver by Jesu
    Special Forces by Julian Fane
    Dreaming Of Spires by July Skies
    Under The Pipal Tree by Mono
    Person Pitch by Panda Bear
    Inertia by Phillip Roebuck
    Silversun Pickups by Silversun Pickups
    Black One by SunnO)))
    The Very Best of The Stone Roses by Stone Roses
     
  20. limping_decorum

    limping_decorum Senior member

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    I'm supposed to be seeing Boris on the 24th.

    The Stone Roses...their b-sides were better than their second album.

    What I'm listening to now...mostly Davis/coltrane/Monk
     

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