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slow riot - 8-9-2004 at 11:51

I can't find the other thread, so I started another:

The Dismemberment Plan - Emergency & I
Robert Wyatt - Shleep
Can - Future Days
Wolf Eyes - Burned Mind

[Edited on 8/9/2004 by slow riot]

http://www.mediafire.com/?52e9hcu6do23lkn

[Edited on 18-8-2011 by Simon Dyson]


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 8-9-2004 at 11:56

Kinks-On vinyl that a great little lady bought me
Nick Cave- Let Love in. murder ballads
BORIS
Secret Machines
The Jam


Lil_Gem - 8-9-2004 at 12:01

The Killers
Sleater-Kinney
Joni Mitchell


if_only_ralph_were_real - 8-9-2004 at 12:03

Maroon 5 thanks to being stuck at work in a room with a load of cunts.


Colin DIS - 8-9-2004 at 12:15

Mooney Suzuki - Alive & Amplified (single)
Read Yellow - Radios Burn Faster (album)

'Turn me up & turn me on & turn me loose. I AM ALIVE!!!!'


Jon - 8-9-2004 at 12:22

1. Mooney Suzuzi - Alive & Amplified (album)
2. Mooney Suzuki - Electric Sweat (album)
3. Mooney Suzuki - People Get Ready (album)
4. see 1

and a couple of tracks from Read Yellow from Soulseek...top stuff


dexterpanik - 8-9-2004 at 12:25

jay-z - the black album
the clash
the free cd of this month's q.


BlackStar - 8-9-2004 at 12:25

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Mooney Suzuki - Alive & Amplified (single)
Read Yellow - Radios Burn Faster (album)

'Turn me up & turn me on & turn me loose. I AM ALIVE!!!!'


mooney suzuki too and dogs die hot cars this morning. oh and a bit of pablo honey


Maverick - 8-9-2004 at 12:27

bowie
the who
stevie wonder
the clash
portishead
black box recorder
the jam
ice cube
the charlatans


Mercury Rising - 8-9-2004 at 12:30

Ian Dury
The Libertines
Marvin Gaye
Patrick Fitzgerald
The Jam
The Redskins


Carl - 8-9-2004 at 12:30

>Robert Wyatt - Shleep

Can you tell me a little more about this? I heard 'Free will & testament' a while ago and liked it a lot.


BlackStar - 8-9-2004 at 12:33

*the boxer rebellion
*hooverphonic


Lil_Gem - 8-9-2004 at 12:36

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

*the boxer rebellion



are playing at the uni in the near future...


BlackStar - 8-9-2004 at 12:43

Quote:
Originally posted by Lil_Gem

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

*the boxer rebellion



are playing at the uni in the near future...


*Looks excited*

echelon have just been signed to the poptones label (same one as boxer) and have played shows with em so they may be supporting...good band too

[Edited on 8-9-2004 by BlackStar]


dangermouse - 8-9-2004 at 12:46

Killers, The Coral, Against Me, VGS, Early Green Day, and some fairly weird stuff by unknown people...

And Now 35 at work cause other than 'Denon Technical Test Tones' its the only CD we've got.

Owen


BlackStar - 8-9-2004 at 12:47

Quote:
Originally posted by dangermouse

Killers, The Coral, Against Me, VGS, Early Green Day, and some fairly weird stuff by unknown people...

And Now 35 at work cause other than 'Denon Technical Test Tones' its the only CD we've got.

Owen


i think i have now 35..it has karma police on it i think..not that bad then.


littleben - 8-9-2004 at 12:50

I'm amazed how people seem to be listening to multiple artists at one time. Or have I just taken "current listening" too literally?

In either case; Dismantled - Circular (On digitalgunfire.com).


slow riot - 8-9-2004 at 12:53

Quote:
Originally posted by Carl

>Robert Wyatt - Shleep

Can you tell me a little more about this? I heard 'Free will & testament' a while ago and liked it a lot.


It was the first time I'd listened to that particular album so I'd be hard pressed to discuss it in relation to his other work, but Wyatt himself was the drummer in the seminal 60s prog/jazz/experimental band Soft Machine. An unpredictable run of events (including losing the use of his legs) led him onto his solo career. As an artist he is more or less totally unique and unparalled, sculpting remarkably involving and emotional dreamscapes beautifully cemented by his haunting voice and unlikely semantics.

Check out Rock Bottom, his solo debut, Volumes 1 & 2 by Soft Machine, and Joy of a Toy by Kevin Ayers, also ex Soft Machine to acquaint yourself with their legacy.


slow riot - 8-9-2004 at 12:56

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

I'm amazed how people seem to be listening to multiple artists at one time. Or have I just taken "current listening" too literally?


The post title has been edited accordingly.


Simon Dyson - 8-9-2004 at 12:56

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

echelon have just been signed to the poptones label (same one as boxer) and have played shows with em so they may be supporting...good band too

Where do I know echelon from? The names very familiar?


Simon Dyson - 8-9-2004 at 13:00

Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation


littleben - 8-9-2004 at 13:02

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

I'm amazed how people seem to be listening to multiple artists at one time. Or have I just taken "current listening" too literally?


The post title has been edited accordingly.



self_five_for_the_big_dog - 8-9-2004 at 13:02

Quote:
Originally posted by Simon Dyson

Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation


Good Call mate


jazzy - 8-9-2004 at 13:03

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

Quote:
Originally posted by Lil_Gem

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

*the boxer rebellion



are playing at the uni in the near future...


*Looks excited*

echelon have just been signed to the poptones label (same one as boxer) and have played shows with em so they may be supporting...good band too

[Edited on 8-9-2004 by BlackStar]


absent kid are supporting

ecehlon have played at the uni before though, last year i believe in level 2


jazzy - 8-9-2004 at 13:04

the music - welcome to the north
snow patrol - when its all over...
22-20s - 22-20s


Lo - 8-9-2004 at 13:05

All American Rejects album *stands strong in the face of the backlash*
Ho hum, at least it's not Snow Patrol .

Lo. x


Simon Dyson - 8-9-2004 at 13:09

Quote:
Originally posted by Simon Dyson

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

echelon have just been signed to the poptones label (same one as boxer) and have played shows with em so they may be supporting...good band too

Where do I know echelon from? The names very familiar?

Silly me! It was because I was the DJ when they played in Level 2! I still can't actually remember them though? Any distinguishing features?


Lil_Gem - 8-9-2004 at 13:10

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

Quote:
Originally posted by Lil_Gem

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

*the boxer rebellion



are playing at the uni in the near future...


*Looks excited*

echelon have just been signed to the poptones label (same one as boxer) and have played shows with em so they may be supporting...good band too

[Edited on 8-9-2004 by BlackStar]


absent kid are supporting

ecehlon have played at the uni before though, last year i believe in level 2


Really? Don't you mean Oceansize or are they supporting both?


BlackStar - 8-9-2004 at 13:10

Quote:
Originally posted by Simon Dyson

Quote:
Originally posted by Simon Dyson

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

echelon have just been signed to the poptones label (same one as boxer) and have played shows with em so they may be supporting...good band too

Where do I know echelon from? The names very familiar?

Silly me! It was because I was the DJ when they played in Level 2! I still can't actually remember them though? Any distinguishing features?


jeff buckley


Simon Dyson - 8-9-2004 at 13:11

Nah, I'm still not getting it.


BlackStar - 8-9-2004 at 13:13

Quote:
Originally posted by Simon Dyson

Nah, I'm still not getting it.


they are pretty good..kinda like blackbud if you've heard them.


jazzy - 8-9-2004 at 13:14

Quote:
Originally posted by Lil_Gem

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

Quote:
Originally posted by Lil_Gem

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

*the boxer rebellion



are playing at the uni in the near future...


*Looks excited*

echelon have just been signed to the poptones label (same one as boxer) and have played shows with em so they may be supporting...good band too

[Edited on 8-9-2004 by BlackStar]


absent kid are supporting

ecehlon have played at the uni before though, last year i believe in level 2


Really? Don't you mean Oceansize or are they supporting both?


yes. oops!


Lil_Gem - 8-9-2004 at 13:15

oops indeed!


jazzy - 8-9-2004 at 13:15

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

Quote:
Originally posted by Simon Dyson

Nah, I'm still not getting it.


they are pretty good..kinda like blackbud if you've heard them.


they were very good from what i remember. if they are the band i'm thinking of anyway!


Colin DIS - 8-9-2004 at 13:21

So, is it Boxer Rebellion AND Oceansize?

*confuzzed*


Lil_Gem - 8-9-2004 at 13:24

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

So, is it Boxer Rebellion AND Oceansize?

*confuzzed*


No and yes, they're on different nights


jazzy - 8-9-2004 at 13:25

oceansize & absent kid

boxer rebellion & a support band


BlackStar - 8-9-2004 at 13:26

is your uni very strict on ID?


littleben - 8-9-2004 at 13:27

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

is your uni very strict on ID?


For organised events yes. If you don't have student ID you need some sort of ID plus someone to sign you in.

For popping down the bar, no. I did that when I was 17 at the SU bar a few times.

[Edited on 8/9/2004 by littleben]


BlackStar - 8-9-2004 at 13:30

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

is your uni very strict on ID?


For organised events yes. If you don't have student ID you need some sort of ID plus someone to sign you in.

For popping down the bar, no. I did that when I was 17 at the SU bar a few times.

[Edited on 8/9/2004 by littleben]


i got id at your bar cos i didnt have a student id, but they let me in cos i begged em


BlackStar - 8-9-2004 at 13:31

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

is your uni very strict on ID?


For organised events yes. If you don't have student ID you need some sort of ID plus someone to sign you in.

For popping down the bar, no. I did that when I was 17 at the SU bar a few times.

[Edited on 8/9/2004 by littleben]


well bugger that then unless i use my sisters.


littleben - 8-9-2004 at 13:35

Or wait till your old enough young lady.

[edit, oh dear, how embarasing!]

[Edited on 8/9/2004 by littleben]


jazzy - 8-9-2004 at 13:37

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

is your uni very strict on ID?


For organised events yes. If you don't have student ID you need some sort of ID plus someone to sign you in.

For popping down the bar, no. I did that when I was 17 at the SU bar a few times.

[Edited on 8/9/2004 by littleben]


well bugger that then unless i use my sisters.


or get one of us lot to go down with you


littleben - 8-9-2004 at 13:38

*Nudge*

Gareth, you know that title the SU gave you...

*cough* set a good example *cough*


dexterpanik - 8-9-2004 at 13:43

sorry to drag this up, but regarding the title of the thread, to me 'current listening' doesn't necessarily mean 'at this moment in time', but a bigger moment - the last few days perhaps. the title of the thread as it is now could mean anything you've ever listened to, or are thinking about listening to...

[Edited on 8-9-2004 by dexterpanik]


jazzy - 8-9-2004 at 13:45

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

*Nudge*

Gareth, you know that title the SU gave you...

*cough* set a good example *cough*



when grace is 18 obviously


slow riot - 8-9-2004 at 13:51

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

sorry to drag this up, but regarding the title of the thread, to me 'current listening' doesn't necessarily mean 'at this moment in time', but a bigger moment - the last few days perhaps. the title of the thread as it is now could mean anything you've ever listened to, or are thinking about listening to...

[Edited on 8-9-2004 by dexterpanik]


I did change it but I run out of letters to use; can you suggest a more appropriate title?


littleben - 8-9-2004 at 14:18

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

sorry to drag this up, but regarding the title of the thread, to me 'current listening' doesn't necessarily mean 'at this moment in time', but a bigger moment - the last few days perhaps. the title of the thread as it is now could mean anything you've ever listened to, or are thinking about listening to...

[Edited on 8-9-2004 by dexterpanik]


I'm sorry but current does mean 'at this moment in time' as defined below.

1 a archaic : RUNNING, FLOWING b (1) : presently elapsing (2) : occurring in or existing at the present time (3) : most recent <the current issue>
2 : used as a medium of exchange
3 : generally accepted, used, practiced, or prevalent at the moment

The title is a pedantic mess.


dexterpanik - 8-9-2004 at 14:20

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

I did change it but I run out of letters to use; can you suggest a more appropriate title?


current listening.


Mercury Rising - 8-9-2004 at 14:21

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

sorry to drag this up, but regarding the title of the thread, to me 'current listening' doesn't necessarily mean 'at this moment in time', but a bigger moment - the last few days perhaps. the title of the thread as it is now could mean anything you've ever listened to, or are thinking about listening to...

[Edited on 8-9-2004 by dexterpanik]


I'm sorry but current does mean 'at this moment in time' as defined below.

1 a archaic : RUNNING, FLOWING b (1) : presently elapsing (2) : occurring in or existing at the present time (3) : most recent <the current issue>
2 : used as a medium of exchange
3 : generally accepted, used, practiced, or prevalent at the moment

The title is a pedantic mess.


Kevin Rowland says, in Reminisce Part 2 - "We decided to adopt a song, a song that was current" and then goes on to talk about things they had been hearing on the radio a lot around the time of the said reminiscence. So he clearly thinks 'current' can mean 'around the last few days or so' and that's good enough for me.

[Edited on 8-9-2004 by Mercury Rising]


slow riot - 8-9-2004 at 14:22

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

I did change it but I run out of letters to use; can you suggest a more appropriate title?


current listening.


As was shall now be.


dexterpanik - 8-9-2004 at 14:24

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

I'm sorry but current does mean 'at this moment in time' as defined below.

1 a archaic : RUNNING, FLOWING b (1) : presently elapsing (2) : occurring in or existing at the present time (3) : most recent <the current issue>
2 : used as a medium of exchange
3 : generally accepted, used, practiced, or prevalent at the moment

The title is a pedantic mess.

occurring in or existing at the present time - but 'present time' doesn't have to mean this second, it can mean this week, hence to say you are currently listening to more than one album is not inherantly wrong. like when you have a conversation with someone and utter the words 'i'm reading a really good book at the moment' - obviously at the moment you make said utterance you're not reading the book, but you have started the book and intend to finish it, thus rendering it 'current'.


RadioEd - 8-9-2004 at 14:26

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

The Dismemberment Plan - Emergency & I


shout


littleben - 8-9-2004 at 14:29

Quote:

thinking about listening to


At no point in your reference or mine did it include the future though.

Quote:

mean anything you've ever listened to


When clearly:

Quote:

(1) : presently elapsing (2) : occurring in or existing at the present time (3) : most recent


Does not include anything you've ever listened too.

And personally I think Kevin Rowland was refering to '3' [most recent]. It's quite obvious the time scale between songs that are currently in the charts which might influence other artists and what you just listened to are very different. Thus 'most recent' is applied differently.

[edit - broken tag]

[Edited on 8/9/2004 by littleben]


Lil_Gem - 8-9-2004 at 14:30

Oh for fucks sake!


littleben - 8-9-2004 at 14:31

Quote:
occurring in or existing at the present time - but 'present time' doesn't have to mean this second, it can mean this week, hence to say you are currently listening to more than one album is not inherantly wrong. like when you have a conversation with someone and utter the words 'i'm reading a really good book at the moment' - obviously at the moment you make said utterance you're not reading the book, but you have started the book and intend to finish it, thus rendering it 'current'.


Your applying it to completely different contexts. When you saying your reading a book at the moment you mean "i'm still reading it". It's on going. When you listen to an album last week, then listen to 5 different ones until the present day those 5 become more recent than the one last week, surely.


Mercury Rising - 8-9-2004 at 14:34

Quote:
Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

occurring in or existing at the present time - but 'present time' doesn't have to mean this second, it can mean this week, hence to say you are currently listening to more than one album is not inherantly wrong. like when you have a conversation with someone and utter the words 'i'm reading a really good book at the moment' - obviously at the moment you make said utterance you're not reading the book, but you have started the book and intend to finish it, thus rendering it 'current'.


Your applying it to completely different contexts. When you saying your reading a book at the moment you mean "i'm still reading it". It's on going. When you listen to an album last week, then listen to 5 different ones until the present day those 5 become more recent than the one last week, surely.


Perhaps it is reasonable to take the Dexterpanik context, given that the other context of 'at this moment in time' is already catered for by the 'currently listening to' box that almost nobody ever bothers to fill in?

[Edited on 8-9-2004 by Mercury Rising]

[Edited on 8-9-2004 by Mercury Rising]


if_only_ralph_were_real - 8-9-2004 at 14:34

Are we all feeling a confrontational today?


littleben - 8-9-2004 at 14:36

Quote:
Originally posted by if_only_ralph_were_real

Are we all feeling a confrontational today?


It's a debate


littleben - 8-9-2004 at 14:50

After explaining current time and the argument in this thread to my co-worker, he sent his assistant to talk to me about "current time" as a punishment.


dexterpanik - 8-9-2004 at 14:53

Quote:
Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

occurring in or existing at the present time - but 'present time' doesn't have to mean this second, it can mean this week, hence to say you are currently listening to more than one album is not inherantly wrong. like when you have a conversation with someone and utter the words 'i'm reading a really good book at the moment' - obviously at the moment you make said utterance you're not reading the book, but you have started the book and intend to finish it, thus rendering it 'current'.


Your applying it to completely different contexts. When you saying your reading a book at the moment you mean "i'm still reading it". It's on going. When you listen to an album last week, then listen to 5 different ones until the present day those 5 become more recent than the one last week, surely.

when i listen to an album i don't just listen to it once and then leave it (unless it's shite) - i'll listen to it a few times over a few days, interspersed with whatever other albums i'm doing the same thing with at the time. so for me it's ongoing in the same sense as the book reading.

if the title of the thread was 'the most recent album i listened to' you'd be absolutely right. as it's (or was) 'current listening', i think i am.


Simon Dyson - 8-9-2004 at 14:59

I was about to say the same thing as Sam....but he's said it now, so I won't. It particularly applies to new albums where I may currently be in the process of exploring the album, a process which nearly always takes multiple listens. When a topic like this comes up I usually list the things I've been listening to mulitple times recently and ignore the stuff that I've just stuck on the once for old times sake or whatever.


RadioEd - 8-9-2004 at 15:01

ten years after - ssssh


littleben - 8-9-2004 at 15:02

Quote:
when i listen to an album i don't just listen to it once and then leave it (unless it's shite) - i'll listen to it a few times over a few days, interspersed with whatever other albums i'm doing the same thing with at the time. so for me it's ongoing in the same sense as the book reading.

if the title of the thread was 'the most recent album i listened to' you'd be absolutely right. as it's (or was) 'current listening', i think i am.


I was originaly refering to:

Quote:

could mean anything you've ever listened to, or are thinking about listening to...


Which seems to of escaped the debate. But I do accept what you just said.

[Edited on 8/9/2004 by littleben]


Matt Paradise - 8-9-2004 at 17:49

I can't decide if this is pathetic or amusing. Hey, why not both?


jazzy - 8-9-2004 at 17:51

a little from column a, a little from column b i reckon


Matt Paradise - 8-9-2004 at 17:52

Yeah, I'd say Ben's coming out of this looking pretty sad. Also, snapping at Jenna just isn't on.


BlackStar - 8-9-2004 at 17:55

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

*Nudge*

Gareth, you know that title the SU gave you...

*cough* set a good example *cough*



when grace is 18 obviously



of course


BlackStar - 8-9-2004 at 17:57

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

Or wait till your old enough young lady.

[edit, oh dear, how embarasing!]

[Edited on 8/9/2004 by littleben]



yeah, you're right i should wait. bring on feb 14th


Molar300 - 8-9-2004 at 18:36

I find this both amusing and sad. I mean, we all know that pedantry (prays 'pedantry' as a word is valid) bogs down this forum, but this is just lame (without sounding scornful).

So, my 'current listening' is CURRENTLY...

Ah fuck it.


Matt Paradise - 8-9-2004 at 18:45

I've been listening to Snow Patrol and the new Manics song. Seriously.


littleben - 8-9-2004 at 18:46

It was a debate...

And I made a concession of opinion when I accepted dexterpaniks comment. If your not prepared to argue something until your either corrected or right then don't bother. Theres nothing sad in my case of being corrected on something. And I by no means snapped at Jenna.

I'm shocked and appaulled at a lot of peoples lack of paitence and comments at me. I'm pleased though that dexterpanic and Mercury Rising kept there cool in discussing something with me.

Maybe the rest of you should learn something from it?


Matt Paradise - 8-9-2004 at 18:48

I think the fact that you came across as a bit of an arse did it for me.


littleben - 8-9-2004 at 18:51

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

I think the fact that you came across as a bit of an arse did it for me.


How did I come accross as abit of an arse?


Funky Fairy - 8-9-2004 at 18:52

i dont think it really matters what the thread is called we all get the general idea!


cherry_blossom_pig - 8-9-2004 at 18:57

Quote:
Originally posted by Lil_Gem

Oh for fucks sake!




Matt Paradise - 8-9-2004 at 19:01

Your general po-facedness in arguing what was a truely uninspiring debate, I think the intense detail and broken down quotes were completely over the top and I can't see a reason why you did it. Whether you 'lost' or not is of no importance.

And your reply to Jenna definately looks like a snap. I'd certainly take it as such.


littleben - 8-9-2004 at 19:04

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Your general po-facedness in arguing what was a truely uninspiring debate, I think the intense detail and broken down quotes were completely over the top and I can't see a reason why you did it. Whether you 'lost' or not is of no importance.

And your reply to Jenna definately looks like a snap. I'd certainly take it as such.


What I was arguing got lost and then I just trailed off. But hey, thanks, i'l remember this.


Matt Paradise - 8-9-2004 at 19:06

Good stuff.


Mercury Rising - 9-9-2004 at 07:21

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

I'm pleased though that dexterpanic and Mercury Rising kept there cool in discussing something with me.

in english...
Quote:

Thank god there are two ineffably pedantic sad fuckers out there who take pleasure from such things


It's their by the way.



[Edited on 9-9-2004 by Mercury Rising]

[Edited on 9-9-2004 by Mercury Rising]


if_only_ralph_were_real - 9-9-2004 at 07:43

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Yeah, I'd say Ben's coming out of this looking pretty sad. Also, snapping at Jenna just isn't on.


Did I miss something?????


Lo - 9-9-2004 at 08:41

I think you missed Ben trying not to get completely shot to pieces by people (who are, for the most part, just as pedantic generally as he was being then) and almost coming out the other side unscathed. *applause*

And don't worry, he didn't snap at you Jenna .
Lo. x


if_only_ralph_were_real - 9-9-2004 at 08:53

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

I think you missed Ben trying not to get completely shot to pieces by people (who are, for the most part, just as pedantic generally as he was being then) and almost coming out the other side unscathed. *applause*

And don't worry, he didn't snap at you Jenna .
Lo. x


Okay!!

* Stays comfortable in a bubble of ignorance*


jazzy - 9-9-2004 at 09:45

no matter how rubbish my day might be, boards of canada always manage to level me out. buy geogaddi and music has the right to children, it makes sense.


dexterpanik - 9-9-2004 at 10:25

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

It was a debate...

And I made a concession of opinion when I accepted dexterpaniks comment. If your not prepared to argue something until your either corrected or right then don't bother. Theres nothing sad in my case of being corrected on something. And I by no means snapped at Jenna.

I'm shocked and appaulled at a lot of peoples lack of paitence and comments at me. I'm pleased though that dexterpanic and Mercury Rising kept there cool in discussing something with me.

Maybe the rest of you should learn something from it?

i quite enjoyed it. it was a fun little thing about semantics. i think it was about the second time i've used my degree since i graduated 3 years ago. and i thought littleben argued very well and without getting all mardy and personal like some people on here are prone to, and conceded points where appropriate.

don't know about the jenna bit, but neither apparently does jenna, so i can't see that any harm's been done.

on the downside, littleben's incorrect spelling of 'appalled' means that i now hate him.


if_only_ralph_were_real - 9-9-2004 at 10:28

Not sure why but it excites me to see my name so many times on just a few pages.....

*End sadness*


Colin DIS - 9-9-2004 at 10:29

While you continue said arguements, I will go with the thread title with this being the next 5 tracks in my playlist:-

Cygnus X1 - Peace Burial At Sea
Wasted On Your Love - Plunge (you'll be hearing this very soon i fear)
Why Can't We Be Friends - Smashmouth
Objection - Shakira
Blue Shadows - The Bluetones


slow riot - 9-9-2004 at 10:39

eeeasy morning listening:

Robert Wyatt - Cuckooland
Tim Buckley - Starsailor
Fennesz - Endless Summer


dexterpanik - 9-9-2004 at 10:50

the clash - the clash


EternalLife - 9-9-2004 at 11:34



I'm listening to Grace- Jeff Buckley at the moment. I love how you can just put it on and it's always perfect.


BlackStar - 9-9-2004 at 11:36

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife



I'm listening to Grace- Jeff Buckley at the moment. I love how you can just put it on and it's always perfect.



oh yeah everytime.


BlackStar - 9-9-2004 at 11:38

today i listened to razorlight and currently listening to garbage...version 2.0 which is a great album


Maverick - 9-9-2004 at 11:40

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

the clash - the clash


a great soundtrack to this morning's shower..


rose_is_rose - 9-9-2004 at 11:56

songs: ohia - the magnolia electric company

a great soundtrack to sulking about going to work at 6.56 am and trying really hard not to fall back in bed.

[Edited on 9-9-2004 by rose_is_rose]


littleben - 9-9-2004 at 12:14

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

on the downside, littleben's incorrect spelling of 'appalled' means that i now hate him.


Thats a little harsh . If you hate me by my spelling and grammer i'd probably already been shot by the end of this sentence!


dexterpanik - 9-9-2004 at 12:16

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

on the downside, littleben's incorrect spelling of 'appalled' means that i now hate him.


Thats a little harsh . If you hate me by my spelling and grammer i'd probably already been shot by the end of this sentence!

i don't hate you really. *sneaks off to find shotgun*


littleben - 9-9-2004 at 12:20

Nows the time to shoort! I just come back from A+E a shortwhile ago with back and chest injury so I can't really walk very fast


Mercury Rising - 9-9-2004 at 12:21

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

Nows the time to shoort!


That's it, I'm joining the hunt.


Molar300 - 9-9-2004 at 12:46

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

Nows the time to shoort! I just come back from A+E a shortwhile ago with back and chest injury so I can't really walk very fast


I love your avatar! Not meaning to sound stoopid, but how did u do that?!


Lo - 9-9-2004 at 12:53

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

Nows the time to shoort!


That's it, I'm joining the hunt.

*Puts Ben in a box so nobody can find him*

So there.


littleben - 9-9-2004 at 13:09

Quote:
Originally posted by Molar300

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

Nows the time to shoort! I just come back from A+E a shortwhile ago with back and chest injury so I can't really walk very fast


I love your avatar! Not meaning to sound stoopid, but how did u do that?!


I made the frames in Paintshop Pro 8 and then put them together in the Animation shop. It wasn't a stupid quesiton .


Maverick - 9-9-2004 at 13:22

currently, in the sense of littleben's interpretation of the world, I am listening to 'Smash It Up' by The Damned. I love this song. Bugger... It's finished.


cherry_blossom_pig - 9-9-2004 at 13:26

currently i am listening to embarrased by sage francis


RadioEd - 9-9-2004 at 15:19

the west coast pop art experimental band - vol 1
quicksilver messanger seervice - shady grove


kittykat - 9-9-2004 at 17:06

edith piaf. i am totally addicted to her at the moment.


littleben - 9-9-2004 at 17:08

Just heard 'Greenday - American Idiot'. I like it a lot.


girl.afraid - 9-9-2004 at 17:13

the ides of space album is rather good. i have been listening to that and some meanwhile back in communist russia, and pepps into fairyland. etc etc

and prodigy. i <3


Lo - 9-9-2004 at 18:02

Finally!

Can't be bothered to look for the random sounds thread, so here's the last few songs I've listened to:

Smashing Pumpkins - Lucky 13
Supergrass - Rush Hour Soul
Weezer - El Scorcho
(a bit of) Jimmy Eat World - For Me This Is Heaven
Lit - Live For This

Lo. x


Bear - 9-9-2004 at 21:00

Ooo, Long time since I listened to Lit or Jimmy Eats World, which reminds me I havn't heard any No Use For A Name in a while... I should vary my music listening a bit more.

Listening to:
Momus
The Cure
Britney Spears
Buck 65
Lagwagon
King Prawn
++ More


Mercury Rising - 10-9-2004 at 07:07

'Taste of Cindy' by The Jesus and Mary Chain is a good soundtrack for walking through a graveyard in Heath Town


Jon - 10-9-2004 at 07:40

This morning's 'wake up and do some work' list

[spunge] - jump on demand
sponge - wax ecstatic (to sell angelina)
queen - sheer heart attack
metallica - welcome home (sanitarium)
joy division - shadowplay
mooney suzuki - oh sweet susana
ride - twisterella
charlatans - just if you're thinking things over
rolling stones - bitch
the (international) noise conspiracy - the black mask
jesus jones - the devil you know


Colin DIS - 10-9-2004 at 10:20

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

This morning's 'wake up and do some work' list

[spunge] - jump on demand
sponge - wax ecstatic (to sell angelina)
queen - sheer heart attack
metallica - welcome home (sanitarium)
joy division - shadowplay
mooney suzuki - oh sweet susana
ride - twisterella
charlatans - just if you're thinking things over
rolling stones - bitch
the (international) noise conspiracy - the black mask
jesus jones - the devil you know


[spunge]! Good call! However, I am slightly tamer in my current playlist and it is all covers :-

21 Seconds - Ambulance
3 Is A Magic Number - Embrace
Sound Of The Underground - 4 Of Us
I Will Survive - Cake
Rebel Yell - McSleazy
Korobeinki - Ozma
How Soon Is Now - Paradise Lost


Jon - 10-9-2004 at 10:29

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

How Soon Is Now - Paradise Lost


wicked version! they're a great band too. i love the 'icon' and 'draconian times' albums


Colin DIS - 10-9-2004 at 10:34

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

How Soon Is Now - Paradise Lost


wicked version! they're a great band too. i love the 'icon' and 'draconian times' albums


Can't remember the name of the album but I started to get in to them more when they chaged their sound and did songs such as 'Behind The Grey' although I liked the sporadic track through their career (I lived in Yorkshire at the time so heard them a fair bit when I was at college)


littleben - 10-9-2004 at 10:55

lost prophets latest album, start something


littleben - 10-9-2004 at 10:58

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

How Soon Is Now - Paradise Lost


wicked version! they're a great band too. i love the 'icon' and 'draconian times' albums


rah, i like the paradise lost - believe in nothing album. either of you 'apartment 26' fans?


dulcie - 10-9-2004 at 11:21

today i have listened to: (at work, sneakily, through one earphone, covered by my hair)

sleater-kinney - one beat
McClusky - the only difference between you and me is...
jetplane landing - zero for conduct


jazzy - 10-9-2004 at 11:32

seafood - all quiet on the western front
wedding present - george best
the who - the best of...
super furry animals - rings around the world


dulcie - 10-9-2004 at 11:38

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

seafood - all quiet on the western front


good call dude.


Jon - 10-9-2004 at 11:48

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

rah, i like the paradise lost - believe in nothing album. either of you 'apartment 26' fans?


yeah i quite like them...i used to play the track 'backwards' or 'give me more' at Swans quite a lot. Might bring it out of the case again this week


jazzy - 10-9-2004 at 16:55

ian brown's new single is really good actually. i've just realised this...


Colin DIS - 10-9-2004 at 23:42

Sour Girl - Stone Temple Pilots
Waking Up Beside You - Stabbing Westward

Not a cheerful bunny this evenin'

[Edited on 10-9-2004 by Colin DIS]


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 11-9-2004 at 09:17

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

ian brown's new single is really good actually. i've just realised this...



its a complete grower. did a quality performance of it on jonathan ross last night.


Jon - 11-9-2004 at 10:54

The Breeders - Last Splash (album)
The Bronx (self-titled album)
The Music (varied stuff)
T-Rex - Best of... (album)
Jane's Addiction - Nothing's Shocking


TakeMeOut - 11-9-2004 at 17:10

Libertines


Colin DIS - 11-9-2004 at 21:37

I gone retro....

Turtle Power - Partners In Kryme
Opposites Attract - Paula Abdul
Too Cold - Rob Van Winkle (or Vanilla Ice as you may know him)
You're The Best - Bill Conti (THAT song from The Karate Kid)
Step By Step (NKOTB cover) - Lemonheads


littleben - 11-9-2004 at 21:44

Woo I have spent all day getting to grips with a program called cakewalk and downloading vocals/instrumentals.

The result is: I mixed together Twista - Slow Jams & Dr Dre - The Next Episode. So I have that on repeat right now! I'l pm anyone the song if they are interested in hearing it!


Jon - 11-9-2004 at 21:47

i've been a music man...black lace style today. this evening's platter contained the following cuts...


Mooney Suzuki - Alive & Amplified (again!)
Skew Siskin - Album of the Year
The Detroit Cobras - Mink, Rat or Rabbit
Boysetsfire - After The Eulogy
Weezer - Pinkerton


cherry_blossom_pig - 12-9-2004 at 05:07

the stranger song- leonard cohen


nome - 12-9-2004 at 16:48

interpol - antics


cherry_blossom_pig - 12-9-2004 at 17:20

let tigre - letigre

some random L7, huggy bear and bikini kill.

riot.gurrrrl.me.up


rose_is_rose - 13-9-2004 at 02:06

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

let tigre - letigre

some random L7, huggy bear and bikini kill.

riot.gurrrrl.me.up


grrrrrrrrr YEAH! those are all really great bands!!

me: iron & wine *dies of pleasure*
scissor sisters - comfortably numb
random shins and ben kweller

its been a hazy half hungover day when i finally found some time to download and listen to sad music and get really into it *grins*


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 13-9-2004 at 09:11

Pitman and lots of oasis still


Lo - 13-9-2004 at 09:21

Ash - Meltdown. Got it off the brother and he was surprisingly enthusiastic about it, so I thought it was worth a listen. It's great .

Also started on Kanye West's The College Dropout. The proper tracks seem ok but there are too many skit things for my liking. Hmph.

Lo. x


Funky Fairy - 13-9-2004 at 09:56

Thirteen Senses- into the fire
Easyworld- a lot of miles from home.


Lo - 13-9-2004 at 10:21

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Thirteen Senses- into the fire

Fantastique

Lo. x


jazzy - 13-9-2004 at 10:25

have you heard the debut single by thirteen senses - it is called thru the glass and it is amazing. i really, really like their stuff since that single but the debut is so, so, so good!

lo, danielle - you know what to do....get downloading!


Lo - 13-9-2004 at 10:34

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

lo, danielle - you know what to do....get downloading!

*waits for faster internet* .


kittykat - 13-9-2004 at 10:40

midget - individual inconsistent


dexterpanik - 13-9-2004 at 10:44

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

midget - individual inconsistent

huh huh - midgets...


jazzy - 13-9-2004 at 10:57

my current listening - brian wilson presents smile - live at the royal festival hall....


Funky Fairy - 13-9-2004 at 11:00

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

have you heard the debut single by thirteen senses - it is called thru the glass and it is amazing. i really, really like their stuff since that single but the debut is so, so, so good!

lo, danielle - you know what to do....get downloading!

*grins* no need i already have it on cd!


jazzy - 13-9-2004 at 11:04

good work


Colin DIS - 13-9-2004 at 11:24

As Heard On Radio Soulwax Pt. 2 - 2 many DJ's


Lo - 13-9-2004 at 11:26

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

As Heard On Radio Soulwax Pt. 2 - 2 many DJ's

Must check out their DJ type stuff. Any Minute Now, however, is still being a great listen - despite sounding a little like add n to (x) in places. This isn't a bad thing though .


Jon - 13-9-2004 at 22:32

Today's car stereo antics to/from Thurrock were as follows:

Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique
Headswim - Flood
Wannadies - Bagsy Me
Boys Against Girls - Kill The Sexplayer
NOFX - Heavy Petting Zoo
The Crow OST


Mercury Rising - 14-9-2004 at 06:58

'Inside of Me' by Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul is a good, footstomping, big bold brassy tune that got me from my front door to the train this morning.


littleben - 14-9-2004 at 07:15

The new Beastie Boys album, 'To the 5 Boroughs'.


Lo - 14-9-2004 at 09:28

In my head: Metallica - 'Unforgiven'

On my minidisc wotsit: Strokes - Room On Fire
Brand New - Deja Entendu
All American Rejects - All American Rejects

Lo. x


Mercury Rising - 14-9-2004 at 10:01

Today's 'walking to work' list:-

Litle Steven - Inside of Me
Belle & Seb - Wrapped Up In Books
The Undertones - Teenage Kicks
The Wannadies - Might be Stars
Red Hot Chilli Peppers - Under the Bridge
Republica - Drop Dead Gorgeous
Elvis Costello - Man Out Of Time
Nick Cave - Into My Arms
The Wannadies - You and Me Song
Ells - Novocaine For The Soul
Monaco - What Do You Want From Me


cherry_blossom_pig - 14-9-2004 at 10:12

my writing emails music-

stupid shallow - the futurehads, reset - neo miyako, i like to fuck - bikini kill, metro card - letigre, the test - the chemical bros, shes hearing voices - blocparty.


littleben - 14-9-2004 at 12:42

Said, "doc what's the condition
I'm a man that's on a mission"
Said, "son, you'd better listen
Stuck in your ass
Is an electrician"


BB - Ch-Check It Out


[Edit - Damnn j0o tags!]

[Edited on 14/9/2004 by littleben]


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 14-9-2004 at 19:34

Interpol-Slow hands-Vinyl
Nick Drake-River Man-Vinyl
The Clash-London Calling-Vinyl

And on the mean machine of a cd player:
Sonic Youth
Evan Dando
Neil Young


Lo - 14-9-2004 at 20:04

VAST


Funky Fairy - 14-9-2004 at 20:12

hope of the states, graham coxon, kula shaker, the rapture, primal scream (i have been in a mad dancing mood recently!)


Jon - 15-9-2004 at 00:59

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

VAST


The tune 'Free' is totally awesome by them! Good call...


girl.afraid - 15-9-2004 at 01:43

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

VAST


VAST somehow became one of those bands it's not cool to like. i love VAST. i'm dying can reduce me to a crumbled mess in about 30 seconds.

and pretty when you cry is the most genius thing ever


Mercury Rising - 15-9-2004 at 07:13

International Airport - Association
Teenage Fanclub - Association
Soul II Soul - Club Classics Volume 1
Soul II SOul - Club Classics Volume 2 1990: A New Decade


Lo - 15-9-2004 at 08:07

Quote:
Originally posted by girl.afraid

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

VAST

VAST somehow became one of those bands it's not cool to like. i love VAST.

Really? I'd never heard of them until halfway through my first year, and I still really like them . Think they have a new album out or something..?
But yes, all those songs, and also I Don't Have Anything is beautiful

Lo. x


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 15-9-2004 at 10:30

*Coldplay - parachutes , almost forgot how pretty everything's not lost plus the fact that i love singing badly to it


Lo - 15-9-2004 at 10:42

Quote:
Originally posted by Cleverest_of_monkeys

*Coldplay - parachutes , almost forgot how pretty everything's not lost plus the fact that i love singing badly to it

I must borrow/copy/download this album.


Jon - 17-9-2004 at 20:33

just watching the Iron Maiden DVD 'Best of' opus...



...and i love it!

Stand out track/video so far is the epic '2 minutes to midnight'...absolute power


dangermouse - 17-9-2004 at 23:19

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

just watching the Iron Maiden DVD 'Best of' opus...



...and i love it!

Stand out track/video so far is the epic '2 minutes to midnight'...absolute power


Been listening to stuff people (Jon excluded) wouldnt like.

Anyone who wants can have my scientific reasons why favour to music = forumulaic music.

OJ


Mercury Rising - 18-9-2004 at 14:18

I'd been singing Mozza's 'Alsatian Cousin' to myself for the last few days so I just dug it out and have been listening to that.


Colin DIS - 18-9-2004 at 15:41

I Wanna Grow Old With You - Adam Sandler
Don't Trust The DJ - Antihero
Happy Happy Joy Joy - Ben Kweller (yup, THAT Happy Haapy Joy Joy)
Still D.R.E. - Dr. Dre (& Snoop Dog)
Touch Me I'm Sick - Mudhoney


slow riot - 19-9-2004 at 20:41

M. Ward - Transfiguration of Vincent (another exquisit album by the criminally underrated singer/songerwriter, this time with help from Jason Lytle of Grandaddy and with subsequent aesthetic leanings)
Animal Collective - Sung Tongs (tooo addictive)
Manitoba - Up In Flames
Tom Waits - Real Gone (and his new direction... Cubanist funk!)


*Miss World* - 19-9-2004 at 22:24

* Hole - Live Through This
* Courtney Love - America's Sweetheart
* Nirvana - In Utero
* Garbage
* Auf der Maur


Colin DIS - 19-9-2004 at 22:25

Solitude Sometimes Is - Manics
List Of Demands (Reparations) - Saul Williams
Wouldn't It Be Good (Nik Kershaw cover) - Soulwax
You Are Invited - Dismemberment Plan
Seven Nation Army - White Stripes


RadioEd - 19-9-2004 at 22:27

elliot smith - from a basement on the hill
dungen - ta det lugnt
pere ubu - the modern dance
wire - pink flag
the sadies - favourite colors


Jon - 19-9-2004 at 23:11

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

* Hole - Live Through This
* Courtney Love - America's Sweetheart
* Nirvana - In Utero
* Garbage
* Auf der Maur


yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes!!!!


Jon - 19-9-2004 at 23:17

...incidentally, todays plays thru the amp are....

alice in chains - dirt
jerry cantrell - boggy depot
happy mondays - pills'n'thrills'n'bellyaches
who killed the zutons
babes in toyland - he's my thing
depeche mode - violator


dangermouse - 20-9-2004 at 00:17

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

...incidentally, todays plays thru the amp are....

alice in chains - dirt
jerry cantrell - boggy depot
happy mondays - pills'n'thrills'n'bellyaches
who killed the zutons
babes in toyland - he's my thing
depeche mode - violator



Matt Paradise - 20-9-2004 at 00:31

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

* Hole - Live Through This
* Courtney Love - America's Sweetheart
* Nirvana - In Utero
* Garbage
* Auf der Maur



goddamn grunger.


jtack - 20-9-2004 at 00:52

rocket from the tombs - the day the earth met rocket from the tombs
tom waits - swordfishtrumbones
the celibate rifles - the turgid miasma of existence
husker du - warehouse: song and stories


*Miss World* - 20-9-2004 at 08:16

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

* Hole - Live Through This
* Courtney Love - America's Sweetheart
* Nirvana - In Utero
* Garbage
* Auf der Maur



goddamn grunger.




Mercury Rising - 20-9-2004 at 08:36

On the way in today -

London's Burning - The Clash
Sweet Sensation - The Melodians
Sunday Morning - Velvet Underground
Miss World - Hole
Time Passes - Paul Weller


*Miss World* - 20-9-2004 at 08:38

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Miss World - Hole




slow riot - 20-9-2004 at 09:05

Quote:
Originally posted by RadioEd

dungen - ta det lugnt


That any good? The review of it on the 'Fork sounded pretty awesome.


RadioEd - 20-9-2004 at 09:11

yeh it's great. well worth an investigation dude.


Jon - 20-9-2004 at 21:38

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

* Hole - Live Through This
* Courtney Love - America's Sweetheart
* Nirvana - In Utero
* Garbage
* Auf der Maur



goddamn grunger.



hmmm....

now where's that smiley with the middle finger salute?

...oh...there isn't one you say? oh well...


Jon - 20-9-2004 at 21:42

Today has been an iRiver day...

Hole - Pretty On The Inside
Young Heart Attack - Mouthful Of Love
Live - The Distance To Here
Cosmic Rough Riders - Enjoy The Melodic Sunshine
Menswe@r - Nuisance
Mudhoney - My Brother The Cow


TC - 20-9-2004 at 22:35

today i listened to some of the 22-20s album i purchased today


RadioEd - 20-9-2004 at 23:49

Talking Heads - 77
Manics - Lifeblood


Mercury Rising - 21-9-2004 at 06:29

B52s - Planet Clare
Patrick Fitzgerald - All Sewn Up
Talking Heads - And She Was
Blondie - Fade Away And Radiate
Interpol - Slow Hands


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 21-9-2004 at 08:21

Talking heads in the folks car.

Smiths-Strangeways
Rolling stones-exile on main street
22-20s
Sparklehorse.


dangermouse - 21-9-2004 at 08:26

The Police - Synchronicity 2

Nice to dry yourself to and enjoy lyrics like:

"We have to shout above the din of our rice-crispies"

Which I personally love greatly.

Owen


rose_is_rose - 21-9-2004 at 16:39

echo and the bunnymen
bob dylan bootlegs
joe jackson


kittykat - 21-9-2004 at 17:38

the bloc party ep


hazey jane - 21-9-2004 at 18:44

bjork's new album - medulla. there are no instruments.... rahzel on beat-box, a human trombone, samples and a choir... you won't believe it! another different direction but it just works.


RadioEd - 21-9-2004 at 19:03

Quote:
Originally posted by hazey jane

bjork's new album - medulla. there are no instruments.... rahzel on beat-box, a human trombone, samples and a choir... you won't believe it! another different direction but it just works.


i saw rahzel perform last year. the guy is incredible, i think i will investigate medulla shortly.


Carl - 21-9-2004 at 21:10

>B52s - Planet Clare

Ah, Planet Clare! I hear no-one ever dies there.

Rock Lobster has to be one of my favourite tunes. I 'sang' it the one and only time I've had a go at Karaoke.


Jon - 21-9-2004 at 21:44

Not doing Rage tonight...so my current playlist contains these gems...

Green Day - American Idiot
Jimmy Eat World - Pain
Motorhead - Bomber
The Charlatans - Can't Get Out Of Bed
James - Born Of Frustration/Laid/Ring The Bells
Thunderclap Newman - Something In The Air
Libertines - Can't Stand Me Now
System Of A Down - Bounce
Morrissey - Glamourous Glue
Nirvana - On A Plain
Beastie Boys - Triple Trouble
Lemonheads - Ceiling Fan In My Spoon
Flaming Lips - She Don't Use Jelly
Breeders - Divine Hammer
Jane's Addiction - Just Because
Jam - News Of The World
Queen - Stone Cold Crazy


RadioEd - 21-9-2004 at 23:22

roxy music - for your pleasure
quicksilver messenger service - shady grove


Mercury Rising - 22-9-2004 at 06:27

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

joe jackson




I love joe jackson very much.

This morning...

Headstart for Happiness - The Style Council
Walkaway Renee (Version) - Billy Bragg
Rubber Ring - The Smiths
Happy Hour - Ted Hawkins
That's The Way Love Is - Marvin Gaye
Non-Stop Dancing - The Jam
Backstreet - Edwin Starr
Let's Make This Precious - Dexys Midnight Runners
Friday I'm In Love - The Cure
Sweet Dreams - Elvis Costello
Mother Of The Bride - Billy Bragg
Moving On Up - Primal Scream
I Started Something I Couldn't Finish - The Smiths
Oblivious - Aztec Camera


Mercury Rising - 22-9-2004 at 08:30

Quote:
Originally posted by Carl

>B52s - Planet Clare

Ah, Planet Clare! I hear no-one ever dies there.


I think that's largely because no-one has a head.


Maverick - 22-9-2004 at 09:01

'down' - suede (a hidden gem, no less - a beautiful, sensitive, shimmering moment)


dexterpanik - 22-9-2004 at 09:15

13 - blur


AntManBee - 22-9-2004 at 10:08

22-20s
Postal Service - Give Up
Icy Demons - Fight Back
Vladislav Delay - Demo(n) Tracks

Heard some of the new Nick Cave album at work yesterday: may have to investigate further


slow riot - 22-9-2004 at 10:12

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Icy Demons - Fight Back


Good job Gavin! Where did you get hold of that from? You like?

Oh, it has since been revealed that when I aked my sister to post your cd she did entirely the opposite (actually, that doesn't work does it), well, at any rate she didn't post it. You back in Colchester yet? I can arrange some kind of drop off if you want.


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 22-9-2004 at 10:14

listened to the new romance by pretty girls make graves this morning, which was nice


AntManBee - 22-9-2004 at 10:16

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Icy Demons - Fight Back


Good job Gavin! Where did you get hold of that from? You like?

Oh, it has since been revealed that when I aked my sister to post your cd she did entirely the opposite (actually, that doesn't work does it), well, at any rate she didn't post it. You back in Colchester yet? I can arrange some kind of drop off if you want.


It was one of my 1st Soulseek pilferages (neologism?), and thus far, I'm liking it. Not exactly immediate, but it's a grower.

I am indeed back in Colchester, living the high life in Virgin (12hr overnight shift ahoy!!). A drop off would be muchly appreciated actually. I take it you're in the vicinity too?


slow riot - 22-9-2004 at 10:28

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

It was one of my 1st Soulseek pilferages (neologism?), and thus far, I'm liking it. Not exactly immediate, but it's a grower.

I am indeed back in Colchester, living the high life in Virgin (12hr overnight shift ahoy!!). A drop off would be muchly appreciated actually. I take it you're in the vicinity too?


Yeah, definitely a grower. I can drop that cd off anywhere you'd like basically, let me know.


Lo - 22-9-2004 at 10:36

Winamp moments on IndieSoc so far this morning:

Of Montreal - My What a Strange Day with a Swede
AFI - Bleed Black
Smashing Pumpkins - Siva
Bush - Machine Head
Green Day - Noone Knows
Metallica - (no idea, something off the album with an orchestra on it - keeps going 'breathe man breathe' - any offers?)
Metallica - (some bass solo or other..?)
Billy Talent - The Ex

Lo. x


Lo - 22-9-2004 at 10:57

Update:

Sound Garden - Spoon Man
Skunk Anansie - She's My Heroine
Wannadies - Happy
Sneaker Pimps - Spin Spin Sugar
My Vitriol - Losing Touch (Fun over apparent credibility every time. This proves the 'contextual' argument beyond belief.)


i_wear_the_trousers - 22-9-2004 at 11:14

thus far today i have listened to faithless - no roots, new order - brotherhood and velvet underground and nico. hooray for me.

Faithless 'No Roots' has, in the acknowledgements section, a reference to someone called Paul Cattermole. I happen to remember from my vast wealth of knowledge that he was a member of s club 7.... I am curious to know the manner of his contribution to the making of faithless's new album.


*Miss World* - 22-9-2004 at 11:16

* Mr Brightside - The Killers
* Somebody Told Me - The Killers
* London Calling - The Clash
* C'mon C'mon - The Von Bondies
* Not If You Were the Last Junkie on Earth - The Dandy Warhols
* Ride - The Vines
* Do As You Please - Shaded

[Edited on 22-9-2004 by *Miss World*]


Maverick - 22-9-2004 at 11:20

Quote:
Originally posted by i_wear_the_trousers

hooray for me.


HOORAY!!

(good choice btw)


Matt Paradise - 22-9-2004 at 16:23

Quote:
Originally posted by i_wear_the_trousers

thus far today i have listened to faithless - no roots, new order - brotherhood and velvet underground and nico. hooray for me.

Faithless 'No Roots' has, in the acknowledgements section, a reference to someone called Paul Cattermole. I happen to remember from my vast wealth of knowledge that he was a member of s club 7.... I am curious to know the manner of his contribution to the making of faithless's new album.


I think Brotherhood is my least favourite new order album, well, after republic obviously! Not sure why, but most of the songs just seem to bore me.


cherry_blossom_pig - 22-9-2004 at 21:00

lost horizons - lemon jelly


Molar300 - 22-9-2004 at 22:51

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

lost horizons - lemon jelly


Man, I hate that album


jtack - 22-9-2004 at 23:49

shadowy men on a shadowy planet - savvy show stoppers
steven jesse bernstein - prison
flaming sideburns - sky pilots
wilco - being there
x - los angeles
wire - pink flag
drive by truckers - dirty south


TC - 22-9-2004 at 23:55

i have my laptop on at the mo with many tunes i've downloaded over the uni period


Mercury Rising - 23-9-2004 at 07:12

The Clash

Washington Bullets
The Magnificent Seven
Hitsville UK
I Fought The Law
Groovy Times


blown away - 23-9-2004 at 12:03

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Quote:
Originally posted by i_wear_the_trousers

thus far today i have listened to faithless - no roots, new order - brotherhood and velvet underground and nico. hooray for me.

Faithless 'No Roots' has, in the acknowledgements section, a reference to someone called Paul Cattermole. I happen to remember from my vast wealth of knowledge that he was a member of s club 7.... I am curious to know the manner of his contribution to the making of faithless's new album.


I think Brotherhood is my least favourite new order album, well, after republic obviously! Not sure why, but most of the songs just seem to bore me.


Brotherhood is quality !

I don't have much arguments to support my point of view though.


cherry_blossom_pig - 23-9-2004 at 14:16

Quote:
Originally posted by jtack

shadowy men on a shadowy planet - savvy show stoppers

i love thier kids in the hall theme.


BlackStar - 23-9-2004 at 20:32

songdog- i love my angel's plastic wings
radiohead- amnesiac
spaklehorse- little fat baby


Jon - 23-9-2004 at 21:57

inspiral carpets - saturn 5
soundtrack of our lives - big time
the dead 60's - riot radio
mooney suzuki - a little bit of love
iron maiden - wrathchild
the cult - fire woman
prodigy - serial thrilla
ministry - n.w.o.
green day - chump
pavement - shady lane
sleater-kinney - oh!
the wildhearts - my baby is a headfuck


rose_is_rose - 24-9-2004 at 00:19

oh! is a great album....listened to it alot before i left for the uk.


Lo - 24-9-2004 at 10:33

Been listening to more AFI than usual lately. They're pretty good.

I'm confsed though - at the beginning of 'Don't Make Me Ill', it sounds like a clip from Spinal Tap or something. I hope it is, cos it's funny . "Answer that and stay fashionable!"

Lo. x


*Miss World* - 24-9-2004 at 10:48

*teevo


blown away - 24-9-2004 at 11:35

morrissey - interesting drug


cherry_blossom_pig - 24-9-2004 at 11:39

vertigo of bliss - biffy clyro


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 24-9-2004 at 12:20

*Thursday - Full Collapse
*Hundred Reasons - Ideas above our station (i think thats right?)
*22-20s - with Dillow
*Blur - parklife


AntManBee - 24-9-2004 at 12:24

22-20s, with Colin. Dramatically improves the experience.
The Byrds - Super Hits
Interpol - Turn on the Bright Lights
Razorlight - Up All Night

Incidentally, singing along with Mr Jazzy to Razorlight last night while the dancefloor was completely empty was tremendous.


Lo - 25-9-2004 at 13:01

Clapton. Just found a nice little chunk of his stuff on a random Winamp moment. *Turns off shuffle feature* Why have I not listened to this stuff before?

Lo. x


Jon - 25-9-2004 at 15:30

***Todays Tracks of Choice*** [courtesy of MusicMatch]

The Cult - Sweet Soul Sister
Libertines - Whatever happened to...
Dig - I'll Stay High
Sugar - If I Can't Change Your Mind
Jesus Jones - The Devil You Know
Iron Maiden - Flight Of Icarus
Cypress Hill - When the Sh!t goes down
Screaming Trees - Dying Days
Duran Duran - Electric Barbarella
Cooper Temple Clause - Been Training Dogs
Beatles - Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey
Fear Factory - Linchpin
Kula Shaker - Grateful When You're Dead/Jerry Was There
Suzi Quattro - Can The Can
White Stripes - Fell In love With A Girl
Red Hot Chili Peppers - True Men Don't Kill Coyotes
Alice Cooper - Only Women Bleed
Rolling Stones - No Expectations
Blur - For Tomorrow
W.A.S.P. - I Wanna Be Somebody


EternalLife - 25-9-2004 at 22:45

Smoke Baby by Hawksley Workman

But...the live version is much better


rose_is_rose - 26-9-2004 at 13:37

simon & garfunkel - the only living boy in new york


BlackStar - 26-9-2004 at 19:07

we have come for your parents- Amen
post orgasmic chill- skunk anansie
prodigy- music for the gilted generation
songdog, portishead, breed 77, garbage- milk, the best of the stone roses


Matt Paradise - 26-9-2004 at 19:16

Manics - Lifeblood
Brakes - pick up the phone
Interpol - Antics


jtack - 26-9-2004 at 21:04

rolling stones- exile on main street
peter laughner - take the guitar player for a ride
masters of reality - deep in the hole
colour haze - colour haze

[Edited on 26-9-2004 by jtack]


BlackStar - 27-9-2004 at 10:47

*tori amos- hey jupiter


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 27-9-2004 at 11:24

Quote:
Originally posted by jtack

rolling stones- exile on main street

good work mate, has been on the stereo lots!


Colin DIS - 27-9-2004 at 11:30

Guns Don't Kill People, Rappers Do - G.L.C.
Get Ready For The Trench Run - Mercury Tilt Switch
Popular - Nada Surf
Pervert - Nerf Herder

[Edited on 27-9-2004 by Colin DIS]


Return of Django - 27-9-2004 at 11:40

Quote:
Originally posted by jtack

rolling stones- exile on main street
peter laughner - take the guitar player for a ride
masters of reality - deep in the hole
colour haze - colour haze

[Edited on 26-9-2004 by jtack]


Man, Exile is straight up the greatest rock'n'roll record ever.


cherry_blossom_pig - 27-9-2004 at 15:15

an album by some japanese duuuudes called from whence he came. emo me up.


Molar300 - 28-9-2004 at 00:00

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Manics - Lifeblood
Brakes - pick up the phone
Interpol - Antics


Man, Lifeblood is good. It's certainly on heavy-rotation in my parts.


Mercury Rising - 28-9-2004 at 07:58

Born to Run - the boss (latest home-to-the-train wake up song)
Call It What You Want - Credit to the Nation
Revival - Me Phi Me
I Second That Emotion - Smokey Robinson


Lo - 28-9-2004 at 11:11

C:MP3sMusicAlbumsAsh


Jon - 28-9-2004 at 23:13

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

we have come for your parents- Amen


now that is an album


EternalLife - 28-9-2004 at 23:22

The TV...the sound of crazily vain people who have things like bicep implants...It's making me quite cross actually.

*EDIT* Oh dear...there are people who don't want their dogs to look like they have been neutered...so they get them implants...



[Edited on 28-9-2004 by EternalLife]


Jon - 28-9-2004 at 23:29

*Tonight's RAGE setlist by yours truly* (did the early doors set so i could leave early...have to be up again in 5 1/2 hours!!!)

!!! - hello, is this thing on?
the black keys - set you free
sum 41 - we're all to blame
offspring - original prankster
black sabbath - children of the grave
spiderbait - black betty
green day - american idiot
social distortion - reach for the sky
korn - freak on a leash
at the drive-in - one armed scissor
mad capsule markets - pulse
funeral for a friend - she drove me to daytime tv
the music - freedom fighters
white stripes - dead leaves and the dirty ground
ian brown - dolphins were monkeys
the smiths - how soon is now?
the jam - in the city
charlatans - love is the key
franz ferdinand - tell her tonight
sons and daughters - johnny cash
death from above 1979 - romantic rights
libertines - don't look back into the sun

...over to you Mr. Superstar DJ Lorri Newman [BeZerkPunk]...

[Edited on 28-9-2004 by Jon]


Matt Paradise - 28-9-2004 at 23:58

You can't dance to How soon is now!


Jon - 29-9-2004 at 00:02

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

You can't dance to How soon is now!


oh yes you can mr. paradise!!!

they did tonight, and if you check out The Pink Toothbrush on a Saturday night, they quite frequently play it as well


TC - 29-9-2004 at 00:08

today i been listening to thirteen senses and interpol albums, which i duly purchased yesterday


Mercury Rising - 29-9-2004 at 08:35

Perfect Kiss - New Order
The Message - Grandmaster Flash
War Baby - Tom Robinson
Weather With You - Crowded House
Scoobysnacks - Fun Loving Criminals
Brother My Cup Is Empty - Nick Cave
Country House - Blur
Missing - Everything But The Girl


jazzy - 29-9-2004 at 11:04

sonic youth - sister lp
brian wilson - SMiLE
interpol - antics


AntManBee - 29-9-2004 at 11:10

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

brian wilson - SMiLE
interpol - antics


ditto for those two, along with Beulah's The Coast Is Never Clear (a bargain at £2.99), and the Byrds' Super Hits. Bonza.


dangermouse - 29-9-2004 at 11:17

I'm current listening to oodles of Stiff Little Fingers, and also ESP.

Owen


*Miss World* - 29-9-2004 at 15:45

* Goldfrapp
* The Zutons
* *teevo


RadioEd - 29-9-2004 at 15:59

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

brian wilson - SMiLE
interpol - antics


ditto for those two, along with Beulah's The Coast Is Never Clear (a bargain at £2.99), and the Byrds' Super Hits. Bonza.


the coast is never clear is grrrreat


blown away - 29-9-2004 at 17:13

interpol - antics
nick cave - the first born is dead
wilco - summerteeth

which are all fantastic albums


rose_is_rose - 29-9-2004 at 17:19

summerteeth the essential chicago album...i guess they all are but that one makes me think of the city more than any of the others...


blown away - 29-9-2004 at 17:24

I guess I'll have to add chicago to the list if the cities I'd like to visit.


cherry_blossom_pig - 29-9-2004 at 18:10

track 5 of mozarts 38th and 39th symphony.


cherry_blossom_pig - 29-9-2004 at 18:11

now im listening to boys of summer by don henley.


Mercury Rising - 30-9-2004 at 06:22

The Smiths - The Queen is Dead & The World Won't Listen


Jon - 30-9-2004 at 08:51

sons and daughters - johnny cash
death from above 1979 - romantic rights
weezer - el scorcho
ash - petrol
sheep on drugs - motorbike
judas priest - painkiller
yeah yeah yeahs - bang
radiohead - pop is dead
smashing pumpkins - soma
rooney - i'm shakin'
powder - up here
soundgarden - my wave
bluetones - carnt be trusted
pavement - shady lane


dexterpanik - 30-9-2004 at 09:20

i listened to the free cd that came with this week's nme last night. i thought it was pretty good, except for 'mr brightside,' which was not nearly as powerful as the studio version, and a bit out of tune. which is a real shame cos i love that song.


*Miss World* - 30-9-2004 at 10:14

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

i listened to the free cd that came with this week's nme last night. i thought it was pretty good, except for 'mr brightside,' which was not nearly as powerful as the studio version, and a bit out of tune. which is a real shame cos i love that song.


I'm listening to that cd at this very moment!


MR CHATTERBOX - 30-9-2004 at 11:04

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

sons and daughters - johnny cash
death from above 1979 - romantic rights
weezer - el scorcho
ash - petrol
sheep on drugs - motorbike
judas priest - painkiller
yeah yeah yeahs - bang
radiohead - pop is dead
smashing pumpkins - soma
rooney - i'm shakin'
powder - up here
soundgarden - my wave
bluetones - carnt be trusted
pavement - shady lane


Powder, what were they like? And is that the old band of Ms Pearl Lowe? Do you like her new stuff? I didn't know she was married to Danny Goffey from Supergrass. And Jackson Scott the bre going out with Sadie Frost is in her band.


jazzy - 30-9-2004 at 11:32

the golden virgins - songs of praise

and very good it is too...


dexterpanik - 30-9-2004 at 11:34

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

the golden virgins - songs of praise

and very good it is too...

is there any relation between that and the popular bbc one sunday early-evening television programme?

(which, by the way, i bet the vast majority of people know the theme tune to, despite never having fully watched. i've researched this before. it's noteworthy.)


jtack - 30-9-2004 at 21:06

can - tago mago
brant bjork - jalamanta
colour haze - live 15.5.04
beatles - abbey road
sort of quartet - victim al a mode


Jon - 30-9-2004 at 22:39

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

sons and daughters - johnny cash
death from above 1979 - romantic rights
weezer - el scorcho
ash - petrol
sheep on drugs - motorbike
judas priest - painkiller
yeah yeah yeahs - bang
radiohead - pop is dead
smashing pumpkins - soma
rooney - i'm shakin'
powder - up here
soundgarden - my wave
bluetones - carnt be trusted
pavement - shady lane


Powder, what were they like? And is that the old band of Ms Pearl Lowe? Do you like her new stuff? I didn't know she was married to Danny Goffey from Supergrass. And Jackson Scott the bre going out with Sadie Frost is in her band.


they had a wicked tune out a few years ago called 'afrodisiac'...'up here' is a new tune...very pop-tastic as well!


Mercury Rising - 1-10-2004 at 08:09

All Along The Watchtower - Jimmi Hendrix
Once In A Lifetime - Talking Heads
Ticket to Ride - Husker Du
If I Needed Someone - The Beatles
Appetite - Prefab Sprout
Baby Plays Around - Elvis Costello
There's A Ghost In My House - R Dean Taylor
Backstreet - Edwin Starr
Time For Action - Secret Affair
Tell Me When My Light Turns Green - Dexy's Midnight Runners

[Edited on 1-10-2004 by Mercury Rising]


Jon - 2-10-2004 at 23:38


girl.afraid - 2-10-2004 at 23:47

i'm currently listening to nothing. because my laptop with all of my music died and is unrescuable. actually that means i'm listening to myself sulking lots.

jon, what do you make of sons and daughters? i can't decide. i either love and feel patriotic about people singing in scottish accents, or hate and am ashamed of.


Jon - 2-10-2004 at 23:50

Quote:
Originally posted by girl.afraid

jon, what do you make of sons and daughters? i can't decide. i either love and feel patriotic about people singing in scottish accents, or hate and am ashamed of.


what i've heard of them i like...i found 'Johnny Cash' on the KROQ playlist and d/l'ed it. i played it down Rage in Southend and it went down really well so i'm trying to find some more of their stuff.

Thumbs up from me!


girl.afraid - 2-10-2004 at 23:53

the only other one i've heard is.... fight, i think.

they sound as though they should be on chemikal underground though. it's almost disappointing that they're not.

speaking of which, has anyone heard any sluts of trust?


rose_is_rose - 3-10-2004 at 14:06

neko case - blacklisted


rose_is_rose - 3-10-2004 at 14:08

Quote:
Originally posted by blown away

I guess I'll have to add chicago to the list if the cities I'd like to visit.


what else is on your list? mine is massive...

[Edited on 3-10-2004 by rose_is_rose]


cherry_blossom_pig - 3-10-2004 at 14:40

in utero - nirvana


cabo wabo - 3-10-2004 at 20:03

My Recent Listening includes;

yeah yeah yeahs-fever to tell
rob zombie-the sinister urge
shine 10 (double cd)
wannadies-bagsy me
every time i die-ebolarama
fear factory-digimortal
stevie wonder-songs in the key of life


Jon - 3-10-2004 at 20:17


BlackStar - 3-10-2004 at 22:46

johnny panic- you're a fool/burn your youth
radiohead- how to disappear completely/lift
dogs die in hot cars- please describe yourself
pj harvey-rid of me
the music-disco
lamb- b-line
david kitt- step outside
portishead- all mine
sigur ros- agaetis byrjun


Matt Paradise - 4-10-2004 at 00:39

Low - Transmission/ Last night I dreamt somebody loved me
manics - Too cold here/ this is yesterday/ Love torn us under
Scott walker - On your own again
Blur - Out of time

Spot the pattern.


rose_is_rose - 4-10-2004 at 01:12

are you okay?


Matt Paradise - 4-10-2004 at 01:36

Not great. I'm gonna go watch a film now to distract myself, then go to bed.


girl.afraid - 4-10-2004 at 01:44

*randomly hugs matt paradise*

want some flapjack? or red wine- that might be more useful


Mercury Rising - 4-10-2004 at 07:07

Man out of Time - Elvis Costello
Subterranean Homesick Blues - Bob Dylan
Black Coffee In Bed - Squeeze
The Bitterest Pill I Ever Had To Swallow - The Jam
Panic - The Smiths
Tainted Love/Where Did Out Love Go - Soft Cell
My Baby Just Cares For Me - Nina Simone
The Bugle Sounds Again - Aztec Camera
I'm Your Toy - Elvis Costello
Love Shack - B52s


xjohnx - 4-10-2004 at 10:28

against me!-pints of guiness make you strong
modest mouse-float on
Weakerthans-a plea form a cat named virtute
sheryl crow-Favourite mistake
bruce cockburn-night train
sage francis-embarrassed
alanis morrisette-thank you
dave matthews band-ants marching
clash-train in vain


Matt Paradise - 4-10-2004 at 13:04

Quote:
Originally posted by girl.afraid

*randomly hugs matt paradise*

want some flapjack? or red wine- that might be more useful


Red wine is always good, thank you. Some nice manics action going on in your avatar.


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 4-10-2004 at 13:30

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Quote:
Originally posted by girl.afraid

*randomly hugs matt paradise*

want some flapjack? or red wine- that might be more useful


Red wine is always good, thank you. Some nice manics action going on in your avatar.


we shall party like its 1965 tom night mate, get very drunk, dance and have fun.... also tonight, tops wine bar?


Matt Paradise - 4-10-2004 at 13:32

Not sure yet...it might not be a good idea


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 4-10-2004 at 13:36

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Not sure yet...it might not be a good idea


what not be a good idea, drinking tom or tops?


Matt Paradise - 4-10-2004 at 13:41

Tops


Maverick - 4-10-2004 at 13:47

poor old paradise... how can we cheer you up bud?


Matt Paradise - 4-10-2004 at 13:49

If you could push time back a year, but ensure I keep all my knowledge and memories, that may do it.


Maverick - 4-10-2004 at 13:51

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

If you could push time back a year, but ensure I keep all my knowledge and memories, that may do it.


I reckon Collitt might have the power...


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 4-10-2004 at 13:55

We are all here for you bro! the indie soc of love (straight love) that is. We shall make tue night, matt night! and on this night, we shall drink!!! dance, capture a midget, and find gold. never fear, the power of the indie soc and brook street will join forces to make this possible.

[Edited on 4-10-2004 by self_five_for_the_big_dog]


Matt Paradise - 4-10-2004 at 13:58

I think I'd like that. Especially the midgets.


Mercury Rising - 4-10-2004 at 14:06


Matt Paradise - 4-10-2004 at 14:13

excellent!


Funky Fairy - 4-10-2004 at 15:33

you should listen to something upbeat matthew, primal scream always makes me happy if im sad! and im going to make you dinosaur shaped chicken bits and smilie faced shaped potatoes for tea! thats bound to cheer you up!


Matt Paradise - 4-10-2004 at 15:35

That sounds lovely, thanks

Have now been listening to:

Joy Division - Closer
The Smiths - The Queen is dead

I always find the bit in 'Some girls are bigger than others' where it fades in, then out, then back in again to be really annoying.


dexterpanik - 4-10-2004 at 15:41

i'm really interested to know where greg expects to capture a midget. there's a few places i've tried but my success rate is alarmingly low...


kittykat - 4-10-2004 at 15:51

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

i'm really interested to know where greg expects to capture a midget. there's a few places i've tried but my success rate is alarmingly low...


the emerald city is rammed with them.


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 4-10-2004 at 16:10

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

i'm really interested to know where greg expects to capture a midget. there's a few places i've tried but my success rate is alarmingly low...


the emerald city is rammed with them.


you can't go wrong with flying monkeys either.


i_wear_the_trousers - 4-10-2004 at 16:13

electronic - electronic

I think it's hilarious that Sumner, Marr and Tennant put their heads together and came up with "when I look it's clear to me that I love you more than you love me."


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 4-10-2004 at 16:18

Quote:
Originally posted by i_wear_the_trousers

electronic - electronic

I think it's hilarious that Sumner, Marr and Tennant put their heads together and came up with "when I look it's clear to me that I love you more than you love me."


i gave you this
*I've been listening to the futureheads and texas is the reason


rose_is_rose - 4-10-2004 at 16:34

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Not great. I'm gonna go watch a film now to distract myself, then go to bed.


*hugs matt extra hard to make up for the late reply* at least you are surrounded by good friends, both in colchester and thru the e-stratosphere! if you feel like hiding out for a few months, come to chicago and we can listen to wilco and dance to new wave!


jazzy - 4-10-2004 at 16:50

elliott smith - from a basement on the hill

best elliott smith album. fact. constant play in the office for the past few days...


cherry_blossom_pig - 4-10-2004 at 16:52

im all bloc partaaayed up! great unpacking music!


Matt Paradise - 4-10-2004 at 22:55

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Not great. I'm gonna go watch a film now to distract myself, then go to bed.


*hugs matt extra hard to make up for the late reply* at least you are surrounded by good friends, both in colchester and thru the e-stratosphere! if you feel like hiding out for a few months, come to chicago and we can listen to wilco and dance to new wave!



Thanks rose, I'm feeling a bit more positive now


BlackStar - 4-10-2004 at 23:00

-postishead- dummy


rose_is_rose - 5-10-2004 at 01:12

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise


Thanks rose, I'm feeling a bit more positive now


good to hear


Mercury Rising - 5-10-2004 at 06:15

Free Yourself - The Untouchables
Make Me Smile - Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel (where's that oldfolks party thread gone?)
Like A Rolling Stone - Bob Dylan
Council Meeting - The Style Council
Boy With A Problem - Elvis Costello
Reward - The Teardrop Explodes!
Passionate Friend - The Teardrop Explodes!
Do You Believe In The Westworld Theatre of Hate
Purple Haze - Jimmi Hendrix


Maverick - 6-10-2004 at 08:21

'down' - suede
'head music' - suede
'protex blue' - the clash
'guns of brixton' - the clash
'loose fix' (perfecto mix) - happy mondays
'bob's ya uncle' (perfecto mix) - happy mondays
'eye of the tiger' - survivor
'isn't she lovely' - stevie wonder
'simple things' - zero 7


cherry_blossom_pig - 6-10-2004 at 08:24

i dont give a ... by the crazy european peaches.


Mercury Rising - 6-10-2004 at 08:32

Seven Days Too Long - Dexy's
Echo Beach - Martha and the Muffins
Club Country - The Associates
Down In The Subway - Soft Cell
Love On A Farmboy's Wages - XTC
Everwanna - The Mighty Wah!

I have a terrible feeling that this morning's compilation tape is older than any new first years knocking around your campus.


dexterpanik - 6-10-2004 at 09:09

primal scream - primal scream

not as bad as i used to think it was...


*Miss World* - 6-10-2004 at 10:27

Steve Harley's radio show from last night...

'Up the Junction'

[Edited on 6-10-2004 by *Miss World*]


rose_is_rose - 6-10-2004 at 15:09

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

I have a terrible feeling that this morning's compilation tape is older than any new first years knocking around your campus.


awww dont be sad adam. you are wiser than all of us!


girl.afraid - 6-10-2004 at 17:53

today's tunes of choice:
the the- this is the day
the black keys- set you free
kill hannah- sick boy
shellac- prayer to god
stellastarr- somewhere across forever
and anything by the almighty pop will eat itself


MR CHATTERBOX - 6-10-2004 at 18:24

I really like the libertine's song, Narcissist. The line of "wouldn't it be great to be Dorian Gray, just for the day, freaks me out. Cos well he was one unsrupulous bre. It talks of fashion trendys too.

I don't know, but i have real problem with dandyism, and i do think that in these times, self depreciation has become de rigeour. To have any confidence can sometimes be confused with arrogance.

Having the libertine's singing about dorian gray, is like them singing about themselves. Dorian Gray got away with doing so much stuff, cos of his youthful, boyish innocent look on his face. It's almost as if the good looking are ascribed virtues, by right of the way they look.


Mercury Rising - 7-10-2004 at 07:58

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

I have a terrible feeling that this morning's compilation tape is older than any new first years knocking around your campus.


awww dont be sad adam. you are wiser than all of us!





Events show this not to be so but it's lovely anyway.


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 7-10-2004 at 12:05

Fugazi-Red Medicine
The Argument

Jon Spencer Blues Explosion-Orange
Flaming Lips-The Soft Bulletin


*Miss World* - 7-10-2004 at 13:35

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

I really like the libertine's song, Narcissist. The line of "wouldn't it be great to be Dorian Gray, just for the day, freaks me out. Cos well he was one unsrupulous bre. It talks of fashion trendys too.


I love this song too - definitely one of my favourites on the album.


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 7-10-2004 at 13:43

lots of the killers before the sun rises


Funky Fairy - 7-10-2004 at 14:03

today i found an easyworld song i didnt have!!!! and its the best one ever! so at the moment im listening to that on repeat


jazzy - 7-10-2004 at 14:07

what song is that?


Funky Fairy - 7-10-2004 at 14:09

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

what song is that?

lying on a bed with the mataphysical blues again. its only available on an hmv playlist cd.


jazzy - 7-10-2004 at 14:10

tis very good. i found some old beachy head (the band's original and infinitely better name) demo tracks the other day that i'll bang onto a cd for you....


Funky Fairy - 7-10-2004 at 14:11

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

tis very good. i found some old beachy head (the band's original and infinitely better name) demo tracks the other day that i'll bang onto a cd for you....

thank you! i will be eternally gratefull


Mercury Rising - 8-10-2004 at 07:46

Doolittle - The Pixies


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 8-10-2004 at 09:29

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Doolittle - The Pixies


good choice dude. At the moment I am currently listening to the futureheads


jazzy - 8-10-2004 at 10:23

albums that have graced my computer since arriving at work this morning....

the koreans - the koreans
neil's children - change/return/success
roddy frame - surf

and songs that i have also played to wake me up...

annie - chewing gum
the dead 60s - riot radio
special needs - francesca


*Miss World* - 8-10-2004 at 11:01

Led Zeppelin II


rose_is_rose - 8-10-2004 at 14:32

grandaddy - the sophtware slump


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 8-10-2004 at 14:42

Once again fugazi- who are amazing and that is fact. There work is like sonic youth but not as fast as some of the tracks on Day dream nation. They are the band who used to be minor threat. However there lyrics remain punk, but there music is 'american indie' far better than anything around at the moment.


rose_is_rose - 8-10-2004 at 14:43

what album are you listening to?

i bought 13 songs, which someone told me was their best, and didnt get into it at all.


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 8-10-2004 at 14:47

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

what album are you listening to?

i bought 13 songs, which someone told me was their best, and didnt get into it at all.


Red medicine- it takes a while to get into, but it grows on you. I have not heard 13 songs so i can comment on that release.


dexterpanik - 8-10-2004 at 14:50

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

neil's children - change/return/success

is this any good? from what i saw of them live i could imagine they'd be better on record...


rose_is_rose - 8-10-2004 at 14:53

Quote:
Originally posted by self_five_for_the_big_dog

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

what album are you listening to?

i bought 13 songs, which someone told me was their best, and didnt get into it at all.


Red medicine- it takes a while to get into, but it grows on you. I have not heard 13 songs so i can comment on that release.


maybe i'll give it a try if i come across it..
13 songs is very basic, stripped down punk. in my opinion. xjohnx probably disagrees.
what about minor threat? have you listened to them at all?


jazzy - 8-10-2004 at 16:43

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

neil's children - change/return/success

is this any good? from what i saw of them live i could imagine they'd be better on record...


quite difficult listening but some good stuff on there. i hate models is probably my fave...


girl.afraid - 8-10-2004 at 18:00

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

Quote:
Originally posted by self_five_for_the_big_dog

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

what album are you listening to?

i bought 13 songs, which someone told me was their best, and didnt get into it at all.


Red medicine- it takes a while to get into, but it grows on you. I have not heard 13 songs so i can comment on that release.


maybe i'll give it a try if i come across it..
13 songs is very basic, stripped down punk. in my opinion. xjohnx probably disagrees.
what about minor threat? have you listened to them at all?


i like repeater. although i'd say the argument is their most accessible album


Colin DIS - 8-10-2004 at 18:15

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

grandaddy - the sophtware slump


.... and thats why we love you! Top choice of album there.

I am listening to Worm Is Green doing an acoustic cover of 'Love Will Tear Us Apart' as part of my MP3 playlist.


Jon - 8-10-2004 at 19:59



*this CD was in my [borrowed] step-dad's car and i ended up playing all of it. Hopefully mine will be fixed soon...(i live in hope )


xjohnx - 8-10-2004 at 20:56

Quote:
Originally posted by girl.afraid

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

Quote:
Originally posted by self_five_for_the_big_dog

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

what album are you listening to?

i bought 13 songs, which someone told me was their best, and didnt get into it at all.


Red medicine- it takes a while to get into, but it grows on you. I have not heard 13 songs so i can comment on that release.


maybe i'll give it a try if i come across it..
13 songs is very basic, stripped down punk. in my opinion. xjohnx probably disagrees.
what about minor threat? have you listened to them at all?


i like repeater. although i'd say the argument is their most accessible album


i prefer red medicine overall, but theres no real reason for it, they're all good

Minor Threat were awesome, so were Rites of Spring (the band the other guys in fugazi were from)

peace
john

ps
i wish that was my current listening

[Edited on 8-10-2004 by xjohnx]


MR CHATTERBOX - 8-10-2004 at 21:07

John fancy XxX up sometime, in honour of Minor Threat?


xjohnx - 8-10-2004 at 21:16

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

John fancy XxX up sometime, in honour of Minor Threat?


lol na i don't think so

didn't you go on a pub crawl?


MR CHATTERBOX - 8-10-2004 at 21:21

Quote:
Originally posted by xjohnx

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

John fancy XxX up sometime, in honour of Minor Threat?


lol na i don't think so

didn't you go on a pub crawl?


Er John you must be mistaking me for an alcoholic. I is Straighter edged than a straight edged butter knife. And one can drink pints of water on pub crawls you know, think of it as the ultimate detox, while socialising with the one's you love.


xjohnx - 8-10-2004 at 21:36

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

Quote:
Originally posted by xjohnx

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

John fancy XxX up sometime, in honour of Minor Threat?


lol na i don't think so

didn't you go on a pub crawl?


Er John you must be mistaking me for an alcoholic. I is Straighter edged than a straight edged butter knife. And one can drink pints of water on pub crawls you know, think of it as the ultimate detox, while socialising with the one's you love.


I just meant its ten and you're on indiesoc so you can't have got round to going.

john


Jon - 8-10-2004 at 22:20

Friday 8th October 2004

23:16pm

you know that feeling when you re-discover an album in your collection, play it out of curiosity/boredom, and it sounds fantastic....

...well I know am having that very moment

Sponge - Wax Ecstatic (1997)


cherry_blossom_pig - 8-10-2004 at 23:43

listening to the rat by the walkmen


Luke_da_puke - 8-10-2004 at 23:46

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

listening to the rat by the walkmen


stolen from Me!!


Matt Paradise - 9-10-2004 at 01:58

The Jam - That's entertainment
Duran Duran - ordinary world
Manics - too cold here


Mercury Rising - 9-10-2004 at 14:23

One day everyone will see the light and duran duran will return to hell.

In the meantime, I got the 100 reasons cover of How Soon Is Now this morning which I quite like. To be honest, at the moment my favourite track on there is Fast Car beacuse it's the most distinctive cover of the three - the other two are a bit too much like the originals to get me excited, nice though they are. I also got some stuff by Radio 4, Nada Surf, Dogs Die In Hot Cars and what appears to be a signed CD by Edwin Starr which I'm quite excited about.


dulcie - 9-10-2004 at 16:10

Quote:
Originally posted by self_five_for_the_big_dog

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

what album are you listening to?

i bought 13 songs, which someone told me was their best, and didnt get into it at all.


Red medicine- it takes a while to get into, but it grows on you. I have not heard 13 songs so i can comment on that release.


the argument - is my favourite, closely followed by red medicine. i've got 13 songs, but have always found it hard to get into and don't really listen to it as much as the others.
i too, love fugazi.


cherry_blossom_pig - 9-10-2004 at 21:23

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

One day everyone will see the light and duran duran will return to hell.


they look well sexy! specially mr homo erotic rhodes. meow!

should u be listening to 100 reasons? what with bieng old and all dat....

[Edited on 9-10-2004 by cherry_blossom_pig]


MR CHATTERBOX - 9-10-2004 at 22:15

I keep telling people it's all about the Bronski Beat and no one listens.

"Tell me why, why, ........................".


Jon - 10-10-2004 at 17:02


Jon - 10-10-2004 at 20:26

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon


  • rage against the machine - evil empire
  • biohazard - state of the world address
  • the almighty - powertrippin'


i wasn't in a great mood earlier...as you probably can tell by my choice of tunes!!!


Jon - 10-10-2004 at 20:30

mellowed out a bit now...alcohol has helped that a little...

* radiohead - australia tour souvenir EP
* american hifi - the art of losing
* thin lizzy - the best of...
* ac/dc - highway to hell


i_wear_the_trousers - 10-10-2004 at 20:37

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

I keep telling people it's all about the Bronski Beat and no one listens.

"Tell me why, why, ........................".


I have Bronski Beat singles... "run away run away run away turn away"


BlackStar - 10-10-2004 at 20:39

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

mellowed out a bit now...alcohol has helped that a little...

* radiohead - australia tour souvenir EP


i have that *grins* got that for £15..bargain!!


Jon - 10-10-2004 at 21:03

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

mellowed out a bit now...alcohol has helped that a little...

* radiohead - australia tour souvenir EP


i have that *grins* got that for £15..bargain!!


i bought it when 'the bends' was out after i saw them at reading. i payed around a tenner for it in Adrian's, Wickford ....which happens to be a 2 minute walk from Swans apparently...so i've been told


BlackStar - 10-10-2004 at 21:04

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

mellowed out a bit now...alcohol has helped that a little...

* radiohead - australia tour souvenir EP


i have that *grins* got that for £15..bargain!!


i bought it when 'the bends' was out after i saw them at reading. i payed around a tenner for it in Adrian's, Wickford ....which happens to be a 2 minute walk from Swans apparently...so i've been told


oh shut it u


Jon - 10-10-2004 at 21:08

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

mellowed out a bit now...alcohol has helped that a little...

* radiohead - australia tour souvenir EP


i have that *grins* got that for £15..bargain!!


i bought it when 'the bends' was out after i saw them at reading. i payed around a tenner for it in Adrian's, Wickford ....which happens to be a 2 minute walk from Swans apparently...so i've been told


oh shut it u




i'll be quiet then...


BlackStar - 10-10-2004 at 21:10

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

mellowed out a bit now...alcohol has helped that a little...

* radiohead - australia tour souvenir EP


i have that *grins* got that for £15..bargain!!


i bought it when 'the bends' was out after i saw them at reading. i payed around a tenner for it in Adrian's, Wickford ....which happens to be a 2 minute walk from Swans apparently...so i've been told


oh shut it u




i'll be quiet then...



grrrrrr


Mercury Rising - 12-10-2004 at 06:07

Quote:
Originally posted by i_wear_the_trousers

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

I keep telling people it's all about the Bronski Beat and no one listens.

"Tell me why, why, ........................".


I have Bronski Beat singles... "run away run away run away turn away"


I have Bronski Beat Albums... "hey boys, we're heading for a summer heatwave".


girl.afraid - 13-10-2004 at 01:22

tom waits- real gone <3
fugees- blunted on reality
joy division- permanent
best of john coltrane


Matt Paradise - 13-10-2004 at 01:30

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by i_wear_the_trousers

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

I keep telling people it's all about the Bronski Beat and no one listens.

"Tell me why, why, ........................".


I have Bronski Beat singles... "run away run away run away turn away"


I have Bronski Beat Albums... "hey boys, we're heading for a summer heatwave".


That's much worse than Duran duran you git!


mojo - 13-10-2004 at 03:18

*switchfoot


Mercury Rising - 13-10-2004 at 07:18

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by i_wear_the_trousers

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

I keep telling people it's all about the Bronski Beat and no one listens.

"Tell me why, why, ........................".


I have Bronski Beat singles... "run away run away run away turn away"


I have Bronski Beat Albums... "hey boys, we're heading for a summer heatwave".


That's much worse than Duran duran you git!



Wrongwrongwrongwrongwrongwrongwrongwrongwrong

Duran duran were thatcherite yuppie bootboys fully integrated into the dark side of the 80s dream drunk on conspicuous consumption playing shite. Bronski beat were in Red Wedge.











It might also be worth mentioning that my little sister was a screaming durannie who knew all of their birthdays, all of their brother's birthdays, where they lived, what their favourite crisp flavours were, who got involved in every ridiculous side interest that any of them had, and after several long and very formative years of putting up with that, nothing, NOTHING at all, will ever convince me that they are anything other than bad.


i_wear_the_trousers - 13-10-2004 at 09:37

Damn right. When I said I had Bronski Beat singles, what I meant was is that I have their singles collection album thingy, not original 7" from when I was 2. But yeah, Bronski Beat rocked in comparison to Duran Duran.


Mercury Rising - 13-10-2004 at 10:01

Quote:
Originally posted by i_wear_the_trousers

Damn right. When I said I had Bronski Beat singles, what I meant was is that I have their singles collection album thingy, not original 7" from when I was 2. But yeah, Bronski Beat rocked in comparison to Duran Duran.



Well I've got the 7" singles on vinyl and the albums on 12" vinyl and some Communards things likewise. But I am about a hundred.


Matt Paradise - 13-10-2004 at 10:48

It's all about Hungry like the wolf, chaps.


dexterpanik - 13-10-2004 at 11:45

this morning i listened to lsf by kasabian because hamish mentioned that he liked it and his graham coxon cd was skipping. i think i quite liked not the next one on the album but the one after that as well...


MR CHATTERBOX - 13-10-2004 at 12:04

Quote:
Originally posted by i_wear_the_trousers

Damn right. When I said I had Bronski Beat singles, what I meant was is that I have their singles collection album thingy, not original 7" from when I was 2. But yeah, Bronski Beat rocked in comparison to Duran Duran.


It's nice to see some sense being chatted. I have one of their albums on cassette, which i've lost. Ah how I miss the cassette.


MR CHATTERBOX - 13-10-2004 at 12:08

Also Corrine and me like to do the beatdown(mosh pit move) to some Ultravox. We sometimes request "Vienna" at indie nights and get turned down. Quite rightly. Corrine and me do some great miming and theatrics to the song.

Also "dancing with with tears in my eyes". Is a classic just for being dramatic.

Does anyone like Japan? I've never heard their stuff, but my uncle Eddie tells me they are essential listening.


Return of Django - 13-10-2004 at 13:17

Recently i've been listening to the Kylie/Scissor Sisters collaboration, which i think is brilliant.
Some Jet/Girls Aloud bootleg which is surprisingly good.
Bowie's Hunky Dory, which is as good, if not better, than the very first time i heard it.
And some new Nick Cave which i've downloaded. Very bluesy and gospel tinged. I think Cave has one of the most underrated voices in popular music. Powerful stuff.


kittykat - 13-10-2004 at 13:23

the postal service


Maverick - 13-10-2004 at 13:38

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

the postal service


Bands like The Postal Service and British Sea Power are opening up a whole new Pandora's Box of terrible band name potential. What next...

The National Health Service
The Foreign Legion
Air Mail
The Private Couriers
The Navy Seals
Registered Delivery
Parcel Force
The Special Boat Service
The Quasi Autonomous Non-Governmental Associations
The Ad-Hoc Agencies
The Ambulance Drivers
The Transport And General Workers Union Leaders' Expendient Compliance With Policy
The Gays In The Army
The Filth

...are just a few


cherry_blossom_pig - 13-10-2004 at 13:39

The filth sounds rather good.


kittykat - 13-10-2004 at 13:43

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

the postal service


Bands like The Postal Service and British Sea Power are opening up a whole new Pandora's Box of terrible band name potential. What next...

The National Health Service
The Foreign Legion
Air Mail
The Private Couriers
The Navy Seals
Registered Delivery
Parcel Force
The Special Boat Service
The Quasi Autonomous Non-Governmental Associations
The Ad-Hoc Agencies
The Ambulance Drivers
The Transport And General Workers Union Leaders' Expendient Compliance With Policy
The Gays In The Army
The Filth

...are just a few


good work HAMISH, who would you put a bet on first? the gays in the army is my favourite. can i have it?

[Edited on 13-10-2004 by kittykat]


Maverick - 13-10-2004 at 13:45

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat



good work sam, who would you put a bet on first? the gays in the army is my favourite. can i have it?


sam?


kittykat - 13-10-2004 at 13:46

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat



good work sam, who would you put a bet on first? the gays in the army is my favourite. can i have it?


sam?


I AM A JOKE. forgive me?


Maverick - 13-10-2004 at 13:52

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat



good work sam, who would you put a bet on first? the gays in the army is my favourite. can i have it?


sam?


I AM A JOKE. forgive me?


Only if you challenge Collitt to and defeat him in a mexican style wrestle!


kittykat - 13-10-2004 at 13:58

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat



good work sam, who would you put a bet on first? the gays in the army is my favourite. can i have it?


sam?


I AM A JOKE. forgive me?


Only if you challenge Collitt to and defeat him in a mexican style wrestle!


okay but only if i can use george mushroom to distract collitt?


dexterpanik - 13-10-2004 at 14:10

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Only if you challenge Collitt to and defeat him in a mexican style wrestle!


okay but only if i can use george mushroom to distract collitt?



good plan - although chances are george would end up jumping to the defence of his beloved...


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 13-10-2004 at 19:08

Pixies-B Sides
Ben Kweller

[Edited on 13-10-2004 by self_five_for_the_big_dog]


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 13-10-2004 at 19:09

Quote:
the argument - is my favourite, closely followed by red medicine. i've got 13 songs, but have always found it hard to get into and don't really listen to it as much as the others.
i too, love fugazi.


Good Stuff, have not heard much of old fugazi, so cant comment on that. Fugazi have allways been listed as a punk band. Not sure if thats because they had members who where in minor threat but there sound is total different. I guess its there lyrics that make them punk. Cant say they sound very punk, more like sonic youth or merzbow.


hazey jane - 13-10-2004 at 20:55

tricky - maxinquaye

black steel is one of the best tracks ever!


Jon - 14-10-2004 at 00:20

delays - long time coming
mew - am i wry? no
placebo - come home
dead kennedys - holiday in cambodia
buzzcocks - autonomy
the jam - eton rifles
the donnas - take it off
nirvana - in bloom
pixies - bam thwok
bloc party - helicopter
travis - u16 girls
elastica - waking up
radiohead - bones
the music - freedom fighters
the cure - love cats
depeche mode - personal jesus
metallica - fuel
pantera - i'm broken
green day - american idiot
offspring - hit that
kasabian - processed beats
beta band - squares
portishead - glory box
idlewild - when i argue i see shapes
prodigy - girls
electric six - danger! high voltage!
strokes - 11:51
rolling stones - gimme shelter
t-rex - hot love/ride a white swan [mixed]
easyworld - you & me
jimmy eat world - pain
deftones - be quiet and drive
dope - you spin me round (like a record)
korn - word up
tomahawk - rape this day
andrew wk - she is beautiful
disturbed - down with the sickness
audioslave - show me how to live
powderfinger - my happiness
yeah yeah yeahs - y control
hives - die, alright!
white stripes - hotel yorba
libertines - can't stand me now
beatles - i should have known better
blur - jubilee
stealers wheel - stuck in the middle
super furry animals - something 4 the weekend
menswe@r - i'll manage somehow
embrace - one big family
razorlight - golden touch
zutons - don't ever think
tokyo dragons - get 'em off
pulp - common people
ac/dc - you shook me all night long


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 14-10-2004 at 13:57

*Glassjaw - Everything you ever wanted to know about silece
*Finch - What it is to burn
*Interpol - Turn on the bright lights
*Dogs die in hot cars - please describe your self


*Miss World* - 14-10-2004 at 14:00

* Glamorous Indie Rock and Roll - The Killers


Mercury Rising - 15-10-2004 at 09:02

The 'Live Forever' soundtrack. Britpop me up.


cherry_blossom_pig - 15-10-2004 at 09:49

bloc party ep

1 - banquet

2 - staying fat

3 - shes hearing voices

4- the marshalls are dead

5- the answer

6- banquet ( phones disco remix)


rose_is_rose - 15-10-2004 at 15:44

"the stax story" a four disc set of the best and the most obscure of the memphis label's tunes. lots of otis redding, isaac hayes, and booker t


kittykat - 15-10-2004 at 16:25

the walkmen - the rat


rose_is_rose - 15-10-2004 at 17:13

is that their album? i think i saw them last year at the arts centre, and they were really good...how is the album?


kittykat - 15-10-2004 at 17:21

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

is that their album? i think i saw them last year at the arts centre, and they were really good...how is the album?


just their single. haven't got the album but i ve heard its not amazing. they played the arts centre?


mojo - 15-10-2004 at 20:51

mew


rose_is_rose - 16-10-2004 at 07:37

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

is that their album? i think i saw them last year at the arts centre, and they were really good...how is the album?


just their single. haven't got the album but i ve heard its not amazing. they played the arts centre?


no. that was the repairmen. oops! sorry


Colin DIS - 16-10-2004 at 07:50

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

"the stax story" a four disc set of the best and the most obscure of the memphis label's tunes. lots of otis redding, isaac hayes, and booker t





What you singing about sucka!!!


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 16-10-2004 at 13:37

REVEREND HORTON HEAT


hazey jane - 16-10-2004 at 18:56

sigur ros - von
gling-glo


Jon - 16-10-2004 at 19:14

Quote:
Originally posted by self_five_for_the_big_dog

REVEREND HORTON HEAT


i saw him at reading....very cool!


kittykat - 16-10-2004 at 22:57

Quote:
Quote:


no. that was the repairmen. oops! sorry


i remember that one, they were really good.


rose_is_rose - 16-10-2004 at 23:29

Quote:
Originally posted by self_five_for_the_big_dog

REVEREND HORTON HEAT



ahhhhhhhhhhhh! i saw him on new year's eve once. amazing.


Jon - 17-10-2004 at 10:45


*Miss World* - 17-10-2004 at 10:58

* Boulevard of Broken Dreams - Green Day ... I love this song!


TakeMeOut - 17-10-2004 at 18:16

Interpol, Turn on the Bright Lights


cherry_blossom_pig - 17-10-2004 at 22:12

electricity and damaged souls - neo miyako.


rose_is_rose - 19-10-2004 at 18:28

my morning lazy/desolate listening...

marah - kids in philly
my bloody valentine - loveless (x2)
the beatles - abbey road


hazey jane - 19-10-2004 at 18:46

ludus - let me go where my pictures go
the slits - love and romance
pony club - single
the ordinary boys - bubble
damien dempsey - factories
the libertines - time for heroes



oh sod it, i'm listening to that cd i got free with the nme in june that was compiled by morrissey...the man's got good taste!


Matt Paradise - 19-10-2004 at 19:00

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

my morning lazy/desolate listening...


my bloody valentine - loveless (x2)




Simon Dyson - 19-10-2004 at 20:47

Quote:
Originally posted by hazey jane

the slits - love and romance
the ordinary boys - bubble
the libertines - time for heroes

Julie listening to "the" bands shocker!


Mercury Rising - 20-10-2004 at 06:59

Fizzy pop to get me through the black country rain:-

Madonna - Into the Groove, Borderline and Material Girl
Depeche Mode - Just Can't Get Enough 12"
Denise Williams - Let's Hear It For The Boy (possibly the fizziest pop record in the world)
OMD - Enola Gay


Lo - 20-10-2004 at 10:55

New CDs - bought the first one a lil while ago, the other two are birthday presents. Thay are all rather good.

Green Day - American Idiot
Good Charlotte - The Chronicles of Life and Death
Flogging Molly - Drunken Lullabies


*Miss World* - 20-10-2004 at 10:56

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Green Day - American Idiot



Lo - 20-10-2004 at 10:57

Had a feeling you might say that


*Miss World* - 20-10-2004 at 11:14

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Had a feeling you might say that




jtack - 20-10-2004 at 12:27

from the hmv sale for a combined total of £14.97
the kinks - are the village green preservation society
captain beefheart - safe as milk
tom waits - closing time


hazey jane - 20-10-2004 at 18:32

Quote:
Originally posted by Simon Dyson

Quote:
Originally posted by hazey jane

the slits - love and romance
the ordinary boys - bubble
the libertines - time for heroes

Julie listening to "the" bands shocker!


the animals
the beatles
the breeders
the beta band
the juliana theory
the smiths

these are all the 'the' bands i have albums belonging to (and no...i don't have any the the).

that tom waits album's good. his voice can sometimes err a little on the scary gargling with gravel side though... one of those albums you don't find yourself listening to for months on end.

...unlike bjork's new album....!!

anyone own any damien dempsey? i can't decide whether i'll be able to see past his terrifying accent...his stuff's great though.


Matt Paradise - 20-10-2004 at 23:20

Wehey, I've rediscovered Muses' first album! It really doesn't sound them now, there's hardly any gradiosity there at all. But it's still pretty good.


BlackStar - 21-10-2004 at 07:47

*razorlight whilst walking to school....up all night on repeat a lot lately


Colin DIS - 21-10-2004 at 14:37

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Wehey, I've rediscovered Muses' first album! It really doesn't sound them now, there's hardly any gradiosity there at all. But it's still pretty good.


Uno is stunning! I also maintain that Sunburn is their best song.


cherry_blossom_pig - 22-10-2004 at 11:54

express yo self - NWA


jazzy - 22-10-2004 at 12:37

dizzee rascal - showtime
elliott smith - from a basement...
blur - modern life is rubbish
adam green - friends of mine


playitdown - 22-10-2004 at 12:58

I've been listening to 'Gold Against The Soul' and Suede's 'Head Music' a lot of late...


EternalLife - 22-10-2004 at 13:00

It's been Jeff Buckley and Dashboard Confessional recently...


dexterpanik - 22-10-2004 at 14:06

Quote:
Originally posted by playitdown

I've been listening to 'Gold Against The Soul' and Suede's 'Head Music' a lot of late...

and as a direct consequence, so have i!


Jon - 22-10-2004 at 14:54

the green day - american idiot
the monster magnet - dopes to infinity
the rolling stones - beggars banquet
the manic street preachers - generation terrorists
the iggy pop - tv eye
the primal scream - xtrmntr


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 22-10-2004 at 15:00

Devendra Banhart- rejoicing in the hand
Jon Spencer Blues explosion- orange


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 22-10-2004 at 17:30

the new departure single like a zillion times while playing pro evo 4 - truely a rock n roll experience


Colin DIS - 23-10-2004 at 09:50

Jean Reno/Negative Vibes - Tybalt
Welcome To The Jungle - Guns & Roses
Morning After Pill - Meanwhile Back In Communist Russia
Boston - Piney Gir
Tractor Guy - Hrududu Factory


Mercury Rising - 23-10-2004 at 13:26

The compliation I made last night:-

Mr. Brightside - The Killers
Lounger - Dogs Die In Hot Cars
Seaside - The Ordinary Boys
Slow Hands - Interpol
End Credits - Nada Surf
Last Night I Dreamt Somebody Loved Me - The Thrills
How Soon Is Now - Hundred Reasons
Fast Car - Hundred Reasons
We Are Divided - Charakka
Bring On The Night - Charakka
Girl From Mars - Ash
Dry Your Eyes - The Streets


hazey jane - 23-10-2004 at 17:00

pj harvey - uh huh her


kittykat - 23-10-2004 at 22:04

the stills - logic will break your heart.


EternalLife - 23-10-2004 at 23:44

Ok Go


mojo - 24-10-2004 at 06:30

the doors...


TakeMeOut - 24-10-2004 at 22:51

Quote:
Originally posted by mojo

the doors...


Wehey!!


EternalLife - 24-10-2004 at 22:52

Quote:
Originally posted by TakeMeOut

Quote:
Originally posted by mojo

the doors...


Wehey!!


Agreed


Matt Paradise - 24-10-2004 at 22:58

Elliott Smith - XO


TakeMeOut - 24-10-2004 at 23:00

Pink Floyd


EternalLife - 25-10-2004 at 00:30

Johnny Cash- Hurt

I love this song.


Tori - 25-10-2004 at 08:33

The manic's Holy Bible...... possibly the best album in the world


Matt Paradise - 25-10-2004 at 09:53

Quote:
Originally posted by Tori

The manic's Holy Bible...... possibly the best album in the world


I like you very much now.


dulcie - 25-10-2004 at 09:59

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Quote:
Originally posted by Tori

The manic's Holy Bible...... possibly the best album in the world


I like you very much now.


agreed.


Matt Paradise - 25-10-2004 at 10:03

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Quote:
Originally posted by Tori

The manic's Holy Bible...... possibly the best album in the world


I like you very much now.


agreed.


We could have our own cult- Molar3000'll be up for it as well, I reckon.

On topic:

Beastie Boys - Sabotage
Dead 60s - Riot Radio
KOL - The bucket

[Edited on 25-10-2004 by Matt Paradise]


dulcie - 25-10-2004 at 10:04

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Quote:
Originally posted by Tori

The manic's Holy Bible...... possibly the best album in the world


I like you very much now.


agreed.


We could have our own cult.
[Edited on 25-10-2004 by Matt Paradise]


lets do it...


jazzy - 25-10-2004 at 10:09

gang of four - entertainment!


Matt Paradise - 25-10-2004 at 10:11

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

gang of four - entertainment!


I can't find my CD of that, think i've lost it


Matt Paradise - 25-10-2004 at 10:22

Santa Esmeralda - Don't let me be misunderstood.


EternalLife - 25-10-2004 at 23:23

Strong Bad- Trogdor the Burninator

I got it for my iPod


girl.afraid - 26-10-2004 at 01:34

i am currently enjoying all things maths rock.

with shellac and replicator leading the way.


rose_is_rose - 26-10-2004 at 05:26

ben kweller
wilco a ghost is born


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 26-10-2004 at 17:23

At the mo i have on, not all at once:


The Faint- i disappear
Bloc Party- staying fat
Franz- shopping for blood


kittykat - 26-10-2004 at 17:28

the i am sam soundtrack


kittykat - 27-10-2004 at 17:52

'jealous guy' by elliott smith. such a great cover version.


hazey jane - 27-10-2004 at 18:19

elastica - elastica
lou reed and the velvet underground


rose_is_rose - 27-10-2004 at 19:12

balls out for lou reed!

i heard 'sweet jane' on the radio the other day, and it totally made my day worth living - i went from pissed off and mumbling about pollution and suburban sprawl to singing and hand-clapping.


hebangsthedrums - 27-10-2004 at 19:13

graham coxon - freakin out
pixise - monkey gone to heaven


hebangsthedrums - 27-10-2004 at 20:22

kaiser chiefs - i predict a riot


Jon - 28-10-2004 at 01:00



the revs - death of a dj
rem - electrolyte
sheep on drugs - 15 minutes of fame
radiohead - karma police
the clash - english civil war
sons and daughters - johnny cash
jesus & mary chain - snakedriver
gomez - whippin piccadilly
the coral - pass it on
morrissey - everyday is like sunday
mew - am i wry? no
the music - freedom fighters
ramones - the kkk took my baby away
misfits - last caress
metallica - for whom the bell tolls
saliva - click click boom!
beastie boys - sabotage
cypress hill - what's your number?
korn - here to stay
rammstein - du hast
slayer - seasons in the abyss
guns n'roses - welcome to the jungle
hole - celebrity skin
offspring - bad habit
sex pistols - holidays in the sun
muse - stockholm syndrome
dandy warhols - godless [single version]
the cure - burn
british sea power - apologies to insect life
rage against the machine - bullet in the head
boo radleys - c'mon kids
super furry animals - something 4 the weekend
cast - finetime
pulp - babies
interpol - nyc
joy division - she's lost control
breeders - cannonball
jimi hendrix - all along the watchtower
sisters of mercy - this corrosion
nine inch nails - head like a hole [slate mix]
marilyn manson - mOBSCENE (mixed in with -----> )
faith no more - be aggressive
jane's addiction - just because
depeche mode - personal jesus
manic street preachers - the love of richard nixon
libertines - whatever happened to the likely lads?
kasabian - processed beats
blur - sunday sunday
green day - american idiot
sum 41 - fat lip
ozzy osbourne - crazy train
kinks - all day and all of the night
rolling stones - honky tonk woman
--------------------------------
undertones - teenage kicks
napalm death - you suffer
nirvana - return of the rat [peel session]


Tori - 28-10-2004 at 12:04

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Quote:
Originally posted by Tori

The manic's Holy Bible...... possibly the best album in the world


I like you very much now.


agreed.


We could have our own cult.
[Edited on 25-10-2004 by Matt Paradise]


lets do it...


cheers guys, an count me in!


BlackStar - 28-10-2004 at 22:20

creature- piney gir


Colin DIS - 28-10-2004 at 22:32

Sound Of The Underground - Radio 4
Top Of The Pops - Art Brut
Truck On - Simple Kid
Mundian To Bach Ke - Punjabi MC
Special/Blown It (Delete as Appropriate) - Mansun
Windowlicker - Aphex Twin

[Edited on 28-10-2004 by Colin DIS]


BlackStar - 29-10-2004 at 00:04

*simple minds- theme for great cities


Matt Paradise - 29-10-2004 at 02:35

Quote:
Originally posted by hebangsthedrums

kaiser chiefs - i predict a riot


I pronounce 'tune' sir.


Tori - 29-10-2004 at 09:28

Quote:
Originally posted by hebangsthedrums

kaiser chiefs - i predict a riot

i saw kaiser cheifs a couple of weeks ago they were wkd! had a lot of 'energy' on stage u could say!


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 29-10-2004 at 10:44

*The Dears - No Cities Left
*Hope of the States - The lost riots


hazey jane - 29-10-2004 at 13:47

the slits - cut


I_am_real - 29-10-2004 at 15:29

Iron Maiden - Run ot the Hills
White Snake - eye of the Tiger
Europe - the Final Countdown
Greenday - Time of your Life
Tony Christie - Is this the way to Amarillo
The A-Team theme
FC Kahuna - Fear of Guitars
Sing Sing Sing - Count basie
Lisa Gerard - they came to die
Lisa Gerard - waka in the sky
XTC - Making Plans for Nigel
Cake - Sheep go to heaven
Herbaliser - goldrush
The Roots - star
Andre Nickatina - Ayo for Yayo
Led Zepplin - Going to California
Patato - Senor Blues/Mbuka Enoka


This playlist looks stranger than it did when I put it together, but it's good for painting I tell thee, my painting has been good today


rose_is_rose - 31-10-2004 at 01:43

count basie do you listen to bixe biederbecke too?


hazey jane - 31-10-2004 at 07:29

le tigre - le tigre....i've regained all that energy i lost last week and am listening to all the upbeat albums in my collection this weekend....there are surprisingly few!


Jon - 31-10-2004 at 08:13

Quote:
Originally posted by I_am_real

White Snake - eye of the Tiger


i didn't know they covered that one!


Jon - 31-10-2004 at 08:22

less than jake - ghostbusters
the cure - boys don't cry
the undertones - my perfect cousin
elastica - line up
prodigy - firestarter [empirion mix]
cranes - jewel
inspiral carpets - saturn 5
r.a.t.m. - bulls on parade


Colin DIS - 31-10-2004 at 11:39

Volcano Girls - Veruca Salt (just how ace were they!)
Funk Dat - Sagat (old school tune!)
Party Up In Here - DMX
Come Back To What You Know - Embrace
Impression That I Get - Mighty Mighty Bosstones


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 31-10-2004 at 12:29

I just listened to Cut your ribbon by Sparta and then sang it in the shower - badly


Carl - 31-10-2004 at 18:16

>Venetian Snares - Einstein-Rosen Bridge

What are they like? They seem to end up playing at the regular electronic night in Cambridge a lot, but I've never got round to going.


Hollis Brown - 31-10-2004 at 18:57

1)Frank Zappa- Hot Rats

especially Willie the Pimp with Captain Beefhearts awesome vocal!
and

2)Ogdens Nut Gone Flake- The Small Faces


Colin DIS - 31-10-2004 at 19:12

Teenage Kicks (Acoustic Cover) - Snow Patrol


BlackStar - 31-10-2004 at 20:52

david brent freelove freeway


Jon - 31-10-2004 at 20:54

Eastern Lane - I Said Pig On Friday
Sons and Daughters - Johnny Cash
Death From Above 1979 - Romantic Rights
Freak Of Nature - Enemy
Dirty Vegas - Walk Into The Sun
Mooney Suzuki - Shake That Bush Again
Dead Kennedys - California Uber Alles
Lostprophets - The Fake Sound of Progress
Fear Factory - School


littleben - 1-11-2004 at 00:09

No cheating (google), what am I listening too?

Quote:

Watching I keep waiting still anticipating love
Never hesitating to become the fated ones
Turning and returning to some secret place to hide
Watching in slow motion as you turn to me and say,


Mercury Rising - 1-11-2004 at 07:14

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

No cheating (google), what am I listening too?

Quote:

Watching I keep waiting still anticipating love
Never hesitating to become the fated ones
Turning and returning to some secret place to hide
Watching in slow motion as you turn to me and say,



Ben I don't know if I'm more ashamed of you for listening to this or me for starting to sing it as I read it because I could hear the music welling up behind me.


littleben - 1-11-2004 at 10:46

Whats to be ashamed about?


slow riot - 1-11-2004 at 11:42



Mercury Rising - 1-11-2004 at 12:16

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

Whats to be ashamed about?


Well it's you're in the signature, for starters. I think maybe you had to be there first time around for this song to make you cringe, but that's what it does for me.


Colin DIS - 1-11-2004 at 12:49

Being a Girl Part 1 - Mansun (totally great!)
Y Control - Yeah Yeah Yeahs (it's arse!)
Rise Of The Eagles - Eighties Matchbox (not that bad)


Mercury Rising - 1-11-2004 at 13:47

This House Is Where Your Love Stands - Big Sound Authority
World In Motion - England/New Order
Mrs. Robinson - The Lemonheads
Bonzo Goes To Bitburg - The Ramones
Liza Radley - The Jam
Stoned Out Of My Mind - The Jam
A Rainy Night In Soho - The Pogues
Breaking Us In Two - Joe Jackson
The Bugle Sounds Again - Aztec Camera
Walk Out To Winter - Aztec Camera
Couldn't Bear To be Special - Prefab Sprout
I Never Play Basketball Now - Prefab Sprout

[Edited on 1-11-2004 by Mercury Rising]


Tori - 1-11-2004 at 14:48

Victoria - the kinks. brilliant


*Miss World* - 1-11-2004 at 14:52

Quote:
Originally posted by Tori

Victoria - the kinks. brilliant


I've been listening to that today too!


Tori - 1-11-2004 at 14:55

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Quote:
Originally posted by Tori

Victoria - the kinks. brilliant


I've been listening to that today too!

spooky! i got a compilation of the kinks !bests' for my birthday (which was yesterday if anyone cares!) an i love it


*Miss World* - 1-11-2004 at 14:57

Quote:
Originally posted by Tori

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Quote:
Originally posted by Tori

Victoria - the kinks. brilliant


I've been listening to that today too!

spooky! i got a compilation of the kinks !bests' for my birthday (which was yesterday if anyone cares!) an i love it


Happy Birthday for yesterday!
I have a 'Best of' compilation too...


Tori - 1-11-2004 at 14:59

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Quote:
Originally posted by Tori

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Quote:
Originally posted by Tori

Victoria - the kinks. brilliant


I've been listening to that today too!

spooky! i got a compilation of the kinks !bests' for my birthday (which was yesterday if anyone cares!) an i love it


Happy Birthday for yesterday!
I have a 'Best of' compilation too...

thanku!


Mercury Rising - 1-11-2004 at 15:01

Happy birthday tori! xx


Tori - 1-11-2004 at 15:05

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Happy birthday tori! xx


Cheers! i like birthdays, shame it had to be over an i was just left with a hangover this mornin!


i am sam - 1-11-2004 at 15:40

brilliant mark, can i borrow einsturzende neubauten from you?

anyway. i've been listening to:

mates of states
los straitjackets
the faint
elvis costello
and chaz's cover versions tape.


slow riot - 1-11-2004 at 16:20

Quote:
Originally posted by i am sam

brilliant mark, can i borrow einsturzende neubauten from you?


Sure thing dude, what Mates of State are you listening too? I've heard some stuff from My Solo Project and Team Boo and it's pretty awesome.


playitdown - 1-11-2004 at 16:35

Quote:
Originally posted by i am sam


and chaz's cover versions tape.


Chaz's legendary tapes.
They're the things to have you know. He made Sam and I a quality one featuring, amongst other things, a lot of ragga.


littleben - 1-11-2004 at 20:56

Slipknot - Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses)


cherry_blossom_pig - 1-11-2004 at 21:03

some album by dillinger 4.


Hollis Brown - 1-11-2004 at 21:13

'Birelli Lagrene- live in marciac' This guy can really play guitar!!!


girl.afraid - 2-11-2004 at 16:32

today's soundtrack:
malcolm mclaren- about her <3
dresden dolls- girl anachronism
tori amos- taxi ride
gerry rafferty- baker street
four tet- she moves me
kaiser chiefs- oh my god
kelis- millionaire
mylo- drop the pressure


kittykat - 2-11-2004 at 18:35

the bath running.


littleben - 2-11-2004 at 18:45

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

the bath running.


I hope some appropriate bubble bath mixture went in to it!


kittykat - 2-11-2004 at 19:01

unfortunately it wasn't my bath. knowing emma though i'm sure some bubbles went in that 'smelt of sweets'


cherry_blossom_pig - 2-11-2004 at 19:21

listening to die futureheads. damn good album, and stupid and hsallow always makes me giggle.


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 2-11-2004 at 20:17

Been listening to idlewild alot recently - quality stuff


Jon - 2-11-2004 at 21:51

rage against the machine's legendary debut album

played it on the car stereo back from work tonight and just re-discovered how fucking amazing that thing really is...

also it's a very apt choice for today's proceedings in the US me thinks...


slow riot - 3-11-2004 at 11:00



Carl - 3-11-2004 at 13:49

>Bad Company UK (the drum and bass thingy, not the dodgy moustache band)- Nitrous

Wahey!!! BC are great. Not heard that particular tune though.


Jon - 6-11-2004 at 09:37

The Upper Room - The Metway Sessions 1 EP
Primal Scream - Dixie Narco EP
Bullet For My Valentine - Blood Rights
Slayer - Diabolus In Musica
Bloc Party - She's Hearing Voices
House Of Love - Beatles and Stones


Colin DIS - 6-11-2004 at 14:13

Sandman - Beatallica
Sweet Child O Mine - Schmoof

Download and just... well....


EternalLife - 6-11-2004 at 23:28

Waking Up Beside You- Stabbing Westward
Laughing- R.E.M.
Suzanne- Leonard Cohen


Colin DIS - 7-11-2004 at 00:19

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

Waking Up Beside You- Stabbing Westward




EternalLife - 7-11-2004 at 00:26

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

Waking Up Beside You- Stabbing Westward






Lo - 7-11-2004 at 09:25

*Green Day - American Idiot album
*Interpol - Turn on the Bright Lights (now and again)
*Mum on Winamp


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 7-11-2004 at 09:45

the libertines - bo


Hollis Brown - 7-11-2004 at 14:03

'Kind of Blue'- Miles Davis
'The Best of Dave Brubeck'

I feel so middle aged!


Colin DIS - 7-11-2004 at 14:32

Eamon - The Scientist (yes THAT Eamon singing THAT Coldplay song)
Brainbug - Nightmare
Glitterball - Seachange
Jezebel - Piney Gir


BlackStar - 7-11-2004 at 23:24

tom vek- if you want
art brut- formed a band
piney gir- greeting salutations goodbye
trademark-stay professional
the faint- agenda suicide
tom mcrae- just like blood
lisa brown- snowfight/hey i really love you


Mercury Rising - 8-11-2004 at 07:19

Moving on up, very loud on a walkman whilst walking round the dark deserted school.


Colin DIS - 8-11-2004 at 08:57

Sweet Child O' Mine - Scmoof
Glitterball (KEXP session) - Seachange
Novocaine For The Soul - Yamaguchi


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 8-11-2004 at 09:39

Over the Counter Culture - ordinary boys


playitdown - 8-11-2004 at 09:46

'give me convenience of give me death' - dead kennedys
'doggystyle' - snoop dogg
'gold against the soul' - manic street preachers


kittykat - 8-11-2004 at 12:18

a really loud alarm going off in lab k. i rang the computer help desk to report it and got an....answerphone.


Colin DIS - 8-11-2004 at 12:53

Cover songs moment...

Wannabe - Zebrahead
My Sharona - Veruca Salt
Have You Ever Fallen in Love - Lisa Brown


playitdown - 8-11-2004 at 12:58

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Cover songs moment...



Black Box Recorder - 'Rocknroll Suicide'


Colin DIS - 8-11-2004 at 13:01

I haven't listened to that in ages... my 'Worst Of BBR' is criminally under played in the last few months... will have to dig that out tonight to listen to that and watch the video for 'Child Psychology'


Jon - 8-11-2004 at 23:59

stellastar - my coco
placebo - bulletproof cupid
eastern lane - i met a pig on friday
queen - liar
doors - riders on the storm
joy division - shadowplay
korn - another brick in the wall 1,2,3
kid rock - american badass
tony bennett - faces
zach de la rocha - march of death
status quo - roll over lay down
the kills - pull a u
the verve - this is music
dio - holy diver
L7 - pretend we're dead
oasis - columbia


playitdown - 9-11-2004 at 10:01

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

I haven't listened to that in ages... my 'Worst Of BBR' is criminally under played in the last few months... will have to dig that out tonight to listen to that and watch the video for 'Child Psychology'


I bought 'Child Psychology' on the week it came out on 7-inch vinyl. I actually listened to NME's choice of single of the week for some reason and am ruddy glad I did!!


Jon - 9-11-2004 at 10:55

...this morning has been the fantastically haunting 'Abov' album by Mad Season.


Layne Staley's voice is just incredible on this R.I.P.


Mercury Rising - 9-11-2004 at 10:58

On the way in this morning:-

Step it up - Stereo MCs
Get me away from here I'm dying - Belle and Sebastian
Might be Stars - The Wannadies
Jenny Was A Friend of Mine - Killers

and The Electric Version (the album) by the New Pornographers.


playitdown - 9-11-2004 at 11:01

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon


zach de la rocha - march of death


excellent. glad someone had the sense to download that beaut!!

I got dressed to 'Tha Shiznet' by Mr. Snoop Dogg this morning...
Been listening to Zero 7 'Simple Things' a fair bit of late...


kittykat - 9-11-2004 at 13:04

be your own pet.


jazzy - 9-11-2004 at 14:27

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

be your own pet.


has your single arrived yet?


girl.afraid - 9-11-2004 at 17:09

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

...this morning has been the fantastically haunting 'Abov' album by Mad Season.


Layne Staley's voice is just incredible on this R.I.P.


i've been listening to this lots. he really does sound fantastic. and 'haunting' is the perfect word


kittykat - 9-11-2004 at 19:27

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

be your own pet.


has your single arrived yet?


yes, this morning, woo!


EternalLife - 9-11-2004 at 19:40

Satisfied Mind- Jeff Buckley
Snakebite- Godsmack
Dermo- Vex Red


Matt Paradise - 10-11-2004 at 02:06

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

be your own pet.


has your single arrived yet?


yes, this morning, woo!


did you order me one yet?


Mercury Rising - 10-11-2004 at 08:03

O Superman - Laurie Anderson


kittykat - 10-11-2004 at 11:31

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

be your own pet.


has your single arrived yet?


yes, this morning, woo!


did you order me one yet?


no, did you want me to or was jazzy doing it?

[Edited on 10-11-2004 by kittykat]


cherry_blossom_pig - 10-11-2004 at 11:34

mono by icarus line


hazey jane - 10-11-2004 at 12:39

nick cave and the bad seeds - the lyre of orpheus and abbatoir blues


alex - 10-11-2004 at 12:59

A Picture Of Dorian Gray - Futureheads
The Truth - Handsome Boy Modelling school
Calling all enthusiasts - Radio 4
I'll Be surprised - Skinnyman


Hollis Brown - 10-11-2004 at 13:35

Ralph McTell- Streets of London/ Hesatation Blues
Bob Dylan- Girl from the North Country/ North Country Blues
Woody Gunthrie- Pretty Boy Floyd, et al.


hazey jane - 10-11-2004 at 13:40

Quote:
Originally posted by Hollis Brown

Ralph McTell- Streets of London/ Hesatation Blues


i saw ralph mctell at the arts centre a couple of years ago. the man's got something like 57 guitars...craziness! was probably the youngest person there!


girl.afraid - 10-11-2004 at 13:46

so for all of you jeff buckley fans. i downloaded from soulseek or something that claimed to be by jeff buckley called 'best of me', which sounds like a live recording, and could possibly be him but thenm again could not, i googled it and the only thing i found was someone on a message board somewhere asking the same question.

anyone have any ideas about this mystery song?


Hollis Brown - 10-11-2004 at 14:22

Quote:
Originally posted by hazey jane

Quote:
Originally posted by Hollis Brown

Ralph McTell- Streets of London/ Hesatation Blues


i saw ralph mctell at the arts centre a couple of years ago. the man's got something like 57 guitars...craziness! was probably the youngest person there!


WOW that guy's a legend! My dad saw him in 1967!

I know how that must have felt like, i was at a courtney pine concert and must have been the only one below 30


TakeMeOut - 10-11-2004 at 14:46

Love


slow riot - 10-11-2004 at 16:05



Mercury Rising - 11-11-2004 at 07:53

The Hives


Colin DIS - 11-11-2004 at 12:16

Punk Rock Dreaming - Vinny Peculiar
Lady - Fast Lady
Jezebel - Piney Gir


kittykat - 11-11-2004 at 14:28

radio 4


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 11-11-2004 at 14:32

Television-marquee moon


Hollis Brown - 11-11-2004 at 15:17

The Revolution will not be televised- Gil Scott-Heron


Mercury Rising - 11-11-2004 at 15:36

Quote:
Originally posted by Hollis Brown

The Revolution will not be televised- Gil Scott-Heron


Fabulous. Have you got 'No such thing as a superman' to listen to as well?


Hollis Brown - 11-11-2004 at 16:22

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Hollis Brown

The Revolution will not be televised- Gil Scott-Heron


Fabulous. Have you got 'No such thing as a superman' to listen to as well?


No, I take it that's worth listening to?

It's off a compilation:
1. Revolution will not be televised
2. Sex education ghetto style
3. Get out of the ghetto blues
4. No knock
5. Lady Day and John Coltrane
6. Pieces of a man
7. Home is where the hatred is
8. Brother
9. Save the children
10. Whitey on the moon
11. Did you hear what they said
12. When you are who you are
13. I think I'll call it morning
14. Sign of the ages
15. Or down you fall
16. Needle's eye
17. Prisoner


BlackStar - 11-11-2004 at 22:29

The Barbs -Massive Crush
The Chalets -Night Rocker


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 12-11-2004 at 07:02

The Dears in just a tick


Mercury Rising - 12-11-2004 at 07:31

Quote:
Originally posted by Hollis Brown

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Hollis Brown

The Revolution will not be televised- Gil Scott-Heron


Fabulous. Have you got 'No such thing as a superman' to listen to as well?


No, I take it that's worth listening to?

It's off a compilation:
1. Revolution will not be televised
2. Sex education ghetto style
3. Get out of the ghetto blues
4. No knock
5. Lady Day and John Coltrane
6. Pieces of a man
7. Home is where the hatred is
8. Brother
9. Save the children
10. Whitey on the moon
11. Did you hear what they said
12. When you are who you are
13. I think I'll call it morning
14. Sign of the ages
15. Or down you fall
16. Needle's eye
17. Prisoner



Aha, I have a different compilation which has

1. The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
2. The Bottle
3. Winter in America
4. Johannesburg
5. No Such Thing As A Superman
6. Re-Ron
7. Shut 'Em Down
8. Angel Dust
9. B-Movie

7&8 are shocking pap, the rest are great. Wanna trade?


Colin DIS - 12-11-2004 at 08:57

Glitterball - Seachange

Download it now as it is sooo amazing *out to try & convert people*


Mercury Rising - 12-11-2004 at 08:59

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Glitterball - Seachange

Download it now as it is sooo amazing *out to try & convert people*


Listening to it just now, it is indeed a very fine song - once again thank you.


cherry_blossom_pig - 12-11-2004 at 10:15

melt banana and modst mouse


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 12-11-2004 at 11:45

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

melt banana and modst mouse


melt banana are great- really crazy music. Check out Merzbow.


Matt Paradise - 12-11-2004 at 11:51

My newly arrived Tom Vek single.


playitdown - 12-11-2004 at 11:53

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Hollis Brown

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Hollis Brown

The Revolution will not be televised- Gil Scott-Heron


Fabulous. Have you got 'No such thing as a superman' to listen to as well?


No, I take it that's worth listening to?

It's off a compilation:
1. Revolution will not be televised
2. Sex education ghetto style
3. Get out of the ghetto blues
4. No knock
5. Lady Day and John Coltrane
6. Pieces of a man
7. Home is where the hatred is
8. Brother
9. Save the children
10. Whitey on the moon
11. Did you hear what they said
12. When you are who you are
13. I think I'll call it morning
14. Sign of the ages
15. Or down you fall
16. Needle's eye
17. Prisoner



Aha, I have a different compilation which has

1. The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
2. The Bottle
3. Winter in America
4. Johannesburg
5. No Such Thing As A Superman
6. Re-Ron
7. Shut 'Em Down
8. Angel Dust
9. B-Movie

7&8 are shocking pap, the rest are great. Wanna trade?


I love 'the revolution will be be televised' and 'save the children'


Colin DIS - 12-11-2004 at 12:06

Sod it! Tried to do marks covers thing but it looked shat compared to his!

Love To Hate You - Erasure
Muscle Museum (Soulwax Remix) - Muse
Glitterball - Seachange
November Rain - Guns & Roses
Sweet Child O' Mine (G&R Cover) - Schmoof

[Edited on 12-11-2004 by Colin DIS]


cherry_blossom_pig - 12-11-2004 at 17:02

Quote:
Originally posted by self_five_for_the_big_dog

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

melt banana and modst mouse


melt banana are great- really crazy music. Check out Merzbow.


will do!


*Miss World* - 13-11-2004 at 15:55

Justice vs Simian - 'Never be Alone'

I may even start dancing in a minute!


rose_is_rose - 13-11-2004 at 17:06

my bloody valentine - loveless

over and over....


hazey jane - 13-11-2004 at 17:59

silver sun - disappear here

...over and over!


rose_is_rose - 13-11-2004 at 18:02


EternalLife - 13-11-2004 at 18:59

'Hallelujah' from Jeff Buckley's Live A L'Olympia is practically orgasmic.

*can't stop listening*


hazey jane - 14-11-2004 at 14:49

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

'Hallelujah' from Jeff Buckley's Live A L'Olympia is practically orgasmic.

*can't stop listening*


most of his songs/versions of other people's songs are! the voice...


xjohnx - 14-11-2004 at 14:55

robb johnson


cherry_blossom_pig - 14-11-2004 at 20:05

some tracks by comet gain and huggy bear


EternalLife - 14-11-2004 at 20:34

Quote:
Originally posted by hazey jane

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

'Hallelujah' from Jeff Buckley's Live A L'Olympia is practically orgasmic.

*can't stop listening*


most of his songs/versions of other people's songs are! the voice...


Definitely


Becka - 14-11-2004 at 21:06

The Vines - "Ms Jackson"
Lostprophets - "Cry Me A River"
Jimmy Eat World - "Firestarter"


Jon - 14-11-2004 at 22:06

Bruce Springsteen - Thunder Road
Def Leppard - Hysteria
Vast - Music For The People
Thin Lizzy - Jailbreak
Stevie Wonder - Songs in the Key of Life
W.A.S.P. - I Wanna Be Somebody
Prodigy - Always Outnumbered...
Sunna - Power Struggle
Headswim - Flood
Saliva - Click Click Boom!
Inspiral Carpets - Saturn 5


Mercury Rising - 15-11-2004 at 08:27

Happy - The Wannadies
Anyone Else's Conclusion - Hundred Reasons
Freaking Out - Graham Coxon
Helicoptor - Bloc Party
The Ballad of the Comeback Kid - The New Pornographers
A to B - The Futureheads


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 15-11-2004 at 08:51

Sky Sports News


Becka - 15-11-2004 at 15:33

Goldie Lookin` Chain - fantastic album They are the only chavs I can tolerate


Matt Paradise - 15-11-2004 at 15:42

The Human League - Dare!


nome - 15-11-2004 at 16:10

Elliot Smith - from a basement on the hill, the first track especially is beautiful.


nome - 15-11-2004 at 16:10

Quote:
Originally posted by Becka

Goldie Lookin` Chain - fantastic album They are the only chavs I can tolerate


Becka - 15-11-2004 at 16:11

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

Quote:
Originally posted by Becka

Goldie Lookin` Chain - fantastic album They are the only chavs I can tolerate



You have to listen to it It is soooooooooooo funny


nome - 15-11-2004 at 16:13

Quote:
Originally posted by Becka

You have to listen to it It is soooooooooooo funny


i'll take for word for it!


Matt Paradise - 15-11-2004 at 16:15

The cure - Boys don't cry/ Close to me
Echo and the bunnymen - The cutter/ Lips like sugar
The Jam - Beat Surrender/ Going underground
Stevie Wonder - Superstition
The Dead 60s - Riot on the Radio
The Rapture - Out of the races...
Beastie Boys - Sabotage
The Stooges - I wanna be your dog


Hollis Brown - 15-11-2004 at 19:00

Rubber Soul - The Beatles

In my opinion the most complete pop record of all time!

It beats the White album because all the songs are gems and it beats Revolver because of Yellow Submarine!!


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 15-11-2004 at 19:07

Pink Floyd-Wish you were here
Johnny Cash- American recording 3
Kings of Leon- Shake heart brake
Dead Kennedys-To Drunk to Fuck


cherry_blossom_pig - 15-11-2004 at 19:10

zaireeka - flaming lips

father fucker - peaches


Becka - 15-11-2004 at 19:25

"The Lost Riots" - Hope Of The States


cherry_blossom_pig - 15-11-2004 at 21:43

listening to django reinhardt males me wanna dance in some 1930's/40's stylee


I_am_real - 15-11-2004 at 21:48

Inner City - Good Life
A-Ha - Take on me
Dvda - Now you're a man

it's a short playlist but it's helping me choose bindings! Good good good


*Miss World* - 15-11-2004 at 22:36

Kenickie - At the Club


EternalLife - 15-11-2004 at 22:43

Quote:
Originally posted by I_am_real

A-Ha - Take on me
Dvda - Now you're a man



yes, I love A-ha and yes! 'A man, man, man!'


I_am_real - 15-11-2004 at 23:00

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

Quote:
Originally posted by I_am_real

A-Ha - Take on me
Dvda - Now you're a man



yes, I love A-ha and yes! 'A man, man, man!'


What makes a man, is it the woman in his arms,
just cause she has big titties?
Or is it the way he fights every day?
No it's probably the titties...

As close to genius as I care to be, them lyrics!


EternalLife - 15-11-2004 at 23:13

Quote:
Originally posted by I_am_real

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

Quote:
Originally posted by I_am_real

A-Ha - Take on me
Dvda - Now you're a man



yes, I love A-ha and yes! 'A man, man, man!'


What makes a man, is it the woman in his arms,
just cause she has big titties?
Or is it the way he fights every day?
No it's probably the titties...

As close to genius as I care to be, them lyrics!



Hollis Brown - 16-11-2004 at 01:42

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

listening to django reinhardt males me wanna dance in some 1930's/40's stylee



I love Django but don't forget Stephene Grappelli(apologies with spelling)!!

I dance a private jig every time i hear Appel Indirect and Swing 39!!


Becka - 16-11-2004 at 08:49

The whirring of computer fans in the library


Mercury Rising - 16-11-2004 at 09:06

I was listening to The Best of the Human League on the way in, but it's a very old recording and it keeps dropping out and disappearing from one ear, so I started listening to The Jam instead.


Lo - 16-11-2004 at 10:04

Kylie Minogue's new single. And really rather liking it .


Becka - 16-11-2004 at 12:24

Bush - "Razorblade Suitcase"


jazzy - 16-11-2004 at 16:53

pavement - wowee zowee
2 many djs - 5 nights off in amsterdam set


girl.afraid - 16-11-2004 at 16:55

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

pavement - wowee zowee


<3

i'm listening to dream theater do some really twiddly cover of purple rain

after that i will be listening to the decemberists (in the right order!)


Becka - 16-11-2004 at 16:59

Tom Waits - "Used Songs"


Mercury Rising - 17-11-2004 at 08:05

Nic Cave - Love Letter
Joe Jackson - HappyEnding
Style Council - It Just Came To Pieces In My Hands
Everything But The Girl - Don't Let The Teardrops Rust Your Shining Heart
Big Sound Authority - This House (Is Where Your Love Stands)
Edwin Collins - A Girl Like You
Marc Almond - Caroline Says
Lou Reed - Perfect Day
Prefab Sprout - Cars and Girls
Elvis Costello - Almost Blue
Nanci Griffiths - Little Love Affairs
Dexy's Midnight Runners - There There My Dear
Squeeze - Up The Junction


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 17-11-2004 at 08:07

Mer de Noms - a perfect circle


Becka - 17-11-2004 at 10:29

The Streets. Sometimes I like them, sometimes I don`t. Today I do


Colin DIS - 17-11-2004 at 10:48

Quote:
Originally posted by Becka

Bush - "Razorblade Suitcase"


Good choice, ignore anyone who says different. Prefer Sixteen Stone but I think it is mainly because it has 'Machinehead', 'Everything Zen' & 'X-Girlfriend' on it.


Colin DIS - 17-11-2004 at 10:48

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

I was listening to The Best of the Human League on the way in, but it's a very old recording and it keeps dropping out and disappearing from one ear, so I started listening to The Jam instead.


You going to see Human League in Ipswich?


Becka - 17-11-2004 at 11:32

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by Becka

Bush - "Razorblade Suitcase"


Good choice, ignore anyone who says different.


I know what I like and why I like it, and I don`t care if anyone thinks some of my musical taste is shit. If everybody looked the same, we`d get tired of looking at each other


Becka - 17-11-2004 at 11:33

Quote:
Originally posted by Becka



I know what I like and why I like it, and I don`t care if anyone thinks some of my musical taste is shit. If everybody looked the same, we`d get tired of looking at each other


I didn`t want to say "donky poo" there, I wanted to say s h i t


AtomicDeath - 17-11-2004 at 12:37

lord abortion, cradle of filth


jazzy - 17-11-2004 at 13:10

devendra banhart - nino rojo
devendra banhart - oh me oh my...
devendra banhart - rejoicing in the hands...

notice a theme?


girl.afraid - 17-11-2004 at 13:20

what's the devendra one like?

she sells sanctuary

/m


jazzy - 17-11-2004 at 13:49

they are all brilliant. nino roja is probably the weakest of the three and oh me oh my... is probably the best but all three are very good indeed. if he an editor telling him what to cut and what to keep the guy would be even better as sometimes there is a little too much filler but when he's good he's fucking top. fact.


AntManBee - 17-11-2004 at 14:02

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

Elliot Smith - from a basement on the hill, the first track especially is beautiful.


Can I have it back soon please?


RadioEd - 17-11-2004 at 14:04

thats an amazing, amazing album

anyhow right now im listening to chairs missing by wire


if_only_ralph_were_real - 17-11-2004 at 14:17

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

devendra banhart - nino rojo
devendra banhart - oh me oh my...
devendra banhart - rejoicing in the hands...

notice a theme?


Whee *sings little yellow spider*


cherry_blossom_pig - 17-11-2004 at 14:40

please describe your self - dogs die in hot cars.


Mercury Rising - 17-11-2004 at 15:28

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

I was listening to The Best of the Human League on the way in, but it's a very old recording and it keeps dropping out and disappearing from one ear, so I started listening to The Jam instead.


You going to see Human League in Ipswich?


I would but I live in Shrewbsury. I see they are coming to Birmingham towards Christmas - I'll try to find out about that.


jazzy - 17-11-2004 at 15:49

the ABSOLUTELYBASTARDAMAZING new mercury rev album that a kind soul at work copied for me. utter brilliance....


Mercury Rising - 17-11-2004 at 15:51

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

the ABSOLUTELYBASTARDAMAZING new mercury rev album that a kind soul at work copied for me. utter brilliance....


They sounded very good on Later... on friday.


slow riot - 17-11-2004 at 17:05

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

the ABSOLUTELYBASTARDAMAZING new mercury rev album that a kind soul at work copied for me. utter brilliance....


They sounded very good on Later... on friday.


The studio versions of the songs sound a lot better than the ones they did on Later I think. It's a lovely album, if a bit of a tame progression from All Is Dream.


citizen_erased - 17-11-2004 at 23:52

Kaiser Chiefs - I Predict A Riot
Thee Unstrung (who were quality here) - Contrary Mary


nome - 18-11-2004 at 00:02

a horrible high pitched buzz - what is that noise my computer is making?!


cherry_blossom_pig - 18-11-2004 at 00:06

KOMAKINO - JOY DIVSION

ATROCITY EXHIBITION - JOY DIVSION


FREE THE BEE - MELT BANANA

TEMPTATION - NEW ORDER

WERE IN THIS TOGETHER - NiN


RadioEd - 18-11-2004 at 00:09

Quote:
Originally posted by citizen_erased

Thee Unstrung (who were quality here) - Contrary Mary


they were alrite but just wankers


RadioEd - 18-11-2004 at 00:10

cocorosie - la maison de mon reve


Mercury Rising - 18-11-2004 at 08:06

The Wannadies - Dying For More
Belle and Sb - Your Secrets
Madness - One Better Day
Billy Bragg - The Milkman Of Human Kindness
Little Steven - Inside of Me
Belle and S - Get Me Away From Here I'm Dying
Undertones - Teenage Kicks
Wannadies - Might Be Stars
Republica - Drop Dead Gorgeous
Elvis Costello - Man Out Of Time
Eels - Novocaine For The Soul


AntManBee - 18-11-2004 at 09:55

This morning, I am mostly listening to the interesting music that Colin is playing


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 18-11-2004 at 10:43

love-forever changes
Soledad brothers-voice of treason
Pixies-bossanova
Bob Dylan-Blone on blonde
Stooges-Raw Power


jazzy - 18-11-2004 at 10:50

babyshambles - killamangiro
new mercury rev lp
joanna newsom
brian wilson - smile


Lo - 18-11-2004 at 10:52

Lovely little live version of Radiation Vibe.


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 18-11-2004 at 11:45

Glassjaw
Rival Schools
New Found Glory


cherry_blossom_pig - 18-11-2004 at 12:33

*whips out rival schools album*, yep still as good as ever


Colin DIS - 18-11-2004 at 12:43

Fists Of Fury - Terrorvision


Lo - 18-11-2004 at 13:00

vlength1.wav. See below for lyrics.

/kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt/

/kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId/


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 18-11-2004 at 13:17

The New Romance - Pretty Girls Make Graves

Its reallly nice having the house to yourself and just listening to some tunes


jazzy - 18-11-2004 at 13:59

willie mason - where humans eat

a new entry to my top 10 albums of the year. utter brilliance


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 18-11-2004 at 14:49

Subhumans

The Germs


blown away - 18-11-2004 at 14:53

Quote:
Originally posted by self_five_for_the_big_dog

Subhumans

The Germs


those guys must really be self confident...


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 18-11-2004 at 14:58

Quote:
Originally posted by blown away

Quote:
Originally posted by self_five_for_the_big_dog

Subhumans

The Germs


those guys must really be self confident...




Just got soulseek so downloading anything i can.


RadioEd - 18-11-2004 at 19:21

matthew dear - backstroke


AntManBee - 18-11-2004 at 21:33

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

vlength1.wav. See below for lyrics.

/kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt/

/kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId/


And what, pray tell, is the most salient difference between the two, Ms Ilona?


AntManBee - 18-11-2004 at 21:36

As for current listening...

The Walkmen - Everyone Who Pretended to Like Me Is Gone
The Go Find - Miami
Clinic - Winchester Cathedral


kittykat - 18-11-2004 at 22:29

the annie mac show


Matt Paradise - 19-11-2004 at 00:40

Human League - Louise (cheers ad!)


Becka - 19-11-2004 at 01:50

The sound of silence


Matt Paradise - 19-11-2004 at 01:53

me too now.


Mercury Rising - 19-11-2004 at 09:07

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Human League - Louise (cheers ad!)


*tips hat*

Fugazi - Reclamation
Pearl Jam - Black
Elbow - Fugitive Motel
Jeff Buckley - Hallelujah
Outkast - Prototype
NWA - Fuck tha Police
Stereophonics - Check My Eyelids For Holes (I like it and I DON'T want to know, capiche?)
Teenage Fan Club - Ain't That Enough
Stereolab - Ping Pong
The Wedding Present - Corduroy

[Edited on 19-11-2004 by Mercury Rising]


Becka - 19-11-2004 at 11:43

Razorlight blaring out of Amy`s room. I`m kinda glad, coz I really can`t be arsed to put any music on. Too tired


Lo - 19-11-2004 at 13:10

Quote:
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/kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt/

/kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId/

And what, pray tell, is the most salient difference between the two, Ms Ilona?

Well the 'vowel' section in the second lot may *just* have longer duration than the first lot. I'll stick my neck on the line and say I'm pretty damn sure it won't be shorter .

Listening-wise: El Scorcho by Weezer . And my inner voice telling me I need to move my arse and get the bus into town.


Joe Wiz - 19-11-2004 at 13:23

It's a big, big world and you can do what you like.....


Funky Fairy - 19-11-2004 at 13:35

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Stereophonics - Check My Eyelids For Holes (I like it and I DON'T want


i like this song too!


Luke_da_puke - 19-11-2004 at 14:30

Glassworks-Philip Glass. So addictive


jesus - 19-11-2004 at 14:37

a bloc party live set, streamable from

http://pages.vpro.nl/3voor12/events/default/index_programs.shtml?2534202+19727428+(+0+2+)


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 19-11-2004 at 14:45

Ramones
And you will know us by the trail of dead


citizen_erased - 19-11-2004 at 16:22

willy mason - hard hand to hold ep


Becka - 19-11-2004 at 16:53

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/kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId/

And what, pray tell, is the most salient difference between the two, Ms Ilona?

Well the 'vowel' section in the second lot may *just* have longer duration than the first lot. I'll stick my neck on the line and say I'm pretty damn sure it won't be shorter .


Vowels that appear before voiced stops (or plosives) will be longer than those that appear before voiceless stops [if I remember correctly from Mark ]


Becka - 19-11-2004 at 17:01

I`m getting a bit fed up of my (limited) music collection. Can anyone suggest anything good and/or different?


Colin DIS - 19-11-2004 at 17:27

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Originally posted by Becka

I`m getting a bit fed up of my (limited) music collection. Can anyone suggest anything good and/or different?


Will get back to you with a list including MP3 links.


Becka - 19-11-2004 at 17:34

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I`m getting a bit fed up of my (limited) music collection. Can anyone suggest anything good and/or different?


Will get back to you with a list including MP3 links.


Oooh, thank you ever so much


jazzy - 20-11-2004 at 00:35

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Originally posted by Joe Wiz

It's a big, big world and you can do what you like.....


you can do anything you want because darling its your life....


jazzy - 20-11-2004 at 00:36

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Originally posted by citizen_erased

willy mason - hard hand to hold ep


do you like? i've been listening to his album loads since i got it yesterday, tis really good!


citizen_erased - 20-11-2004 at 01:01

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willy mason - hard hand to hold ep


do you like? i've been listening to his album loads since i got it yesterday, tis really good!


is a good ep. but i am guessing the album is probably better...looked for it in major record stores but could not find it, so will probably order it. have to see him when he plays all those dates in the barfly next year.


AntManBee - 20-11-2004 at 08:28

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/kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt/

/kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId/

And what, pray tell, is the most salient difference between the two, Ms Ilona?

Well the 'vowel' section in the second lot may *just* have longer duration than the first lot. I'll stick my neck on the line and say I'm pretty damn sure it won't be shorter .


Vowels that appear before voiced stops (or plosives) will be longer than those that appear before voiceless stops [if I remember correctly from Mark ]


Congratumulations

For 6 extra marks, can either of you tell me why this should be the case?


Becka - 20-11-2004 at 10:08

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/kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt/

/kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId/

And what, pray tell, is the most salient difference between the two, Ms Ilona?

Well the 'vowel' section in the second lot may *just* have longer duration than the first lot. I'll stick my neck on the line and say I'm pretty damn sure it won't be shorter .


Vowels that appear before voiced stops (or plosives) will be longer than those that appear before voiceless stops [if I remember correctly from Mark ]


Congratumulations

For 6 extra marks, can either of you tell me why this should be the case?


Coz the teacher said so


hazey jane - 20-11-2004 at 11:47

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/kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt/

/kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId/

And what, pray tell, is the most salient difference between the two, Ms Ilona?

Well the 'vowel' section in the second lot may *just* have longer duration than the first lot. I'll stick my neck on the line and say I'm pretty damn sure it won't be shorter .


Vowels that appear before voiced stops (or plosives) will be longer than those that appear before voiceless stops [if I remember correctly from Mark ]


Congratumulations

For 6 extra marks, can either of you tell me why this should be the case?


Coz the teacher said so


might it have something to do with assimilation!!! it's almost like additional voicing of the vowel influenced by the +voice of the following consonant, although obviously all vowels are voiced/sonorous already.

anyway..i'm listening to beth orton - central reservation. what a happy saturday. my toes are cold but my heart is warm!


RadioEd - 20-11-2004 at 15:32

fennesz - venice


Lo - 20-11-2004 at 15:45

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/kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt//kIt/

/kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId//kId/

And what, pray tell, is the most salient difference between the two, Ms Ilona?

Well the 'vowel' section in the second lot may *just* have longer duration than the first lot. I'll stick my neck on the line and say I'm pretty damn sure it won't be shorter .

Vowels that appear before voiced stops (or plosives) will be longer than those that appear before voiceless stops [if I remember correctly from Mark ]

Congratumulations
For 6 extra marks, can either of you tell me why this should be the case?

Coz the teacher said so

might it have something to do with assimilation!!! it's almost like additional voicing of the vowel influenced by the +voice of the following consonant, although obviously all vowels are voiced/sonorous already.

I'm thinking it's something to do with the difference in pressure needed for 'voiced' vs 'voiceless' consonants. I guess if you're gonna make a /t/ you need more of a buildup of air pressure (aspiration n all that) for the consonant, so the voicing on the vowel stops earlier...? I don't know, I don't think he's got that far yet .


Becka - 20-11-2004 at 22:12

Current watching - Moulin Rouge. Never seen it before, not really enjoying the film but am quite liking the music


Colin DIS - 21-11-2004 at 00:44

Currently enjoying some boots....

Tazumi - Put Your Hands Down Under (Busta Vs. Men At Work)
Churchill - Bohemian Love You (Dandy Warhols Vs. Justim Timberlake)
DJ Spark - Slave Dreams (Britney Spears Vs. Eurythmics)


hazey jane - 21-11-2004 at 12:34

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Originally posted by Becka

Current watching - Moulin Rouge. Never seen it before, not really enjoying the film but am quite liking the music


quite frankly i'm appalled...it's a terrible terrible film with an even worse(?) soundtrack. my housemate was watching it last night...i could hear ewan mcgregor crooning from my room on the next floor...not a pleasant sound. baz luhrman is a little too theatrical for my liking. very opulent visuals but i think he's all about the visual and doesn't like to think too much about anything else i.e. plot/soundtrack/script.


jazzy - 21-11-2004 at 14:17

the bees - sunshine hit me


Colin DIS - 21-11-2004 at 16:59

Debbie Loves Joey - Helen Love

'She was Debbie Harry... and he was Joey Ramone!'


jazzy - 21-11-2004 at 17:49

kat on the geetar


hazey jane - 21-11-2004 at 18:00

mr scruff - keep it solid steel


citizen_erased - 21-11-2004 at 20:06

sons and daughters - love the cup


Becka - 21-11-2004 at 20:37

Blondie - "Call Me"
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark - "Enola Gay"
Dead Or Alive - "You Spin Me Round"
Run DMC and Aerosmith - "Walk This Way"
Adam And The Ants - "Stand And Deliver"


Mercury Rising - 22-11-2004 at 07:05

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Originally posted by Becka

Blondie - "Call Me"
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark - "Enola Gay"
Dead Or Alive - "You Spin Me Round"
Run DMC and Aerosmith - "Walk This Way"
Adam And The Ants - "Stand And Deliver"



That's where they went.


Lo - 22-11-2004 at 07:53

Few things I've wanted for a while or have just realised are fucking amazing, thanks to DC++ (finally!).

The Distillers - Coral Fang
The Distillers - Hall of Mirrors
Daft Punk - Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger
Daft Punk - Aerodynamic


Becka - 22-11-2004 at 09:42

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Originally posted by hazey jane

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Originally posted by Becka

Current watching - Moulin Rouge. Never seen it before, not really enjoying the film but am quite liking the music


quite frankly i'm appalled...it's a terrible terrible film with an even worse(?) soundtrack. my housemate was watching it last night...i could hear ewan mcgregor crooning from my room on the next floor...not a pleasant sound. baz luhrman is a little too theatrical for my liking. very opulent visuals but i think he's all about the visual and doesn't like to think too much about anything else i.e. plot/soundtrack/script.


I just liked the way he put together medlies of loads of different songs that you wouldn`t normally put together. I`m not a big fan of Ewan singing (or attempting to do American accents a la Big Fish stylee) but he can do anything else and I will still be infatuated by him *drool*


Lo - 22-11-2004 at 11:23

Decided to d/l Damien Rice's O album cos I was really curious about it. I was going to post about how much I loved 'I Remember' but then the lady stopped singing and it went all busy and chaotic and my ears didn't like it any more.
'Cold Water', however, is gorgeous.


Colin DIS - 22-11-2004 at 12:17

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Originally posted by Lo

Decided to d/l Damien Rice's O album cos I was really curious about it. I was going to post about how much I loved 'I Remember' but then the lady stopped singing and it went all busy and chaotic and my ears didn't like it any more.
'Cold Water', however, is gorgeous.


Lisa Hannigan, in my opinion, is the real talent behind Damien Rice. Been saying it for about 2 years. I can't wait until she releases her solo album.


Lo - 22-11-2004 at 12:25

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Lisa Hannigan, in my opinion, is the real talent behind Damien Rice. Been saying it for about 2 years. I can't wait until she releases her solo album.

Ah, that's what her name is, thank you . I was going to ask actually. She does have a beautiful voice.


Colin DIS - 22-11-2004 at 12:54

Always Your Way - My Vitriol

To quote my beloved Corrine... CHOON!!!!


jazzy - 22-11-2004 at 13:00

silver sun - disappear here (ta pete!)


Tori - 22-11-2004 at 14:18

sleeper - smart
this album makes me smile and want to sing and dance


hazey jane - 22-11-2004 at 15:04

leonard cohen - sisters of mercy


slow riot - 22-11-2004 at 17:15

then

now

after


girl.afraid - 22-11-2004 at 17:19

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after


devo may just be the funnest band in the universe. something about them makes me smile, whether i want to or not.

the liars- they were wrong so we drowned. i can't decide whether the liars or mcclusky have the best names.


dulcie - 22-11-2004 at 17:27

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Originally posted by Tori

sleeper - smart
this album makes me smile and want to sing and dance


hmm...i wonder who introduced you to that album...


cherry_blossom_pig - 22-11-2004 at 17:28

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Originally posted by Becka

Blondie - "Call Me"
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark - "Enola Gay"
Dead Or Alive - "You Spin Me Round"
Run DMC and Aerosmith - "Walk This Way"
Adam And The Ants - "Stand And Deliver"


chooonages!

rigt now listening to "emerge" by fishcherspooner, downloaded from some luvvly gurrrl called lo



dulcie - 22-11-2004 at 17:33

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Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

chooonages!

rigt now listening to "emerge" by fishcherspooner, downloaded from some luvvly gurrrl called lo



hm. not listening to your new teevo cd then


slow riot - 22-11-2004 at 17:43

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Originally posted by girl.afraid

the liars- they were wrong so we drowned. i can't decide whether the liars or mcclusky have the best names.


LIARS vs. mclusky is a very tough call actually, though I reckon LIARS' confrontational posturing and shameless subversions helps them edge out mclusky. Lyrically though, mclusky are obviously superior.


dulcie - 22-11-2004 at 17:48

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Originally posted by slow riot

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Originally posted by girl.afraid

the liars- they were wrong so we drowned. i can't decide whether the liars or mcclusky have the best names.


LIARS vs. mclusky is a very tough call actually, though I reckon LIARS' confrontational posturing and shameless subversions helps them edge out mclusky. Lyrically though, mclusky are obviously superior.


they threw us all in a trench and stuck a monument on top is
a) a brilliant album
and
b) a brilliant name for an album.

but mcclusky rule. lyrically, musically, and for song names. definitely one of my favourite bands.


cherry_blossom_pig - 22-11-2004 at 17:50

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chooonages!

rigt now listening to "emerge" by fishcherspooner, downloaded from some luvvly gurrrl called lo



hm. not listening to your new teevo cd then


im not sure where i put it...... i have put my teevo sticker on my wall tho!


[Edited on 22-11-2004 by cherry_blossom_pig]


TC - 22-11-2004 at 17:51

currently listening to 'everyone needs a 303' by fatboy slim.


dulcie - 22-11-2004 at 17:52

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Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

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Originally posted by dulcie

hm. not listening to your new teevo cd then


im not sure where i put it...... i have put my teevo sticker on my wall tho!



yay i knew those stickers were a good idea.


slow riot - 22-11-2004 at 18:25

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Originally posted by dulcie

they threw us all in a trench and stuck a monument on top is
a) a brilliant album
and
b) a brilliant name for an album.

but mcclusky rule. lyrically, musically, and for song names. definitely one of my favourite bands.


Yeah the name is brilliant, especially considering the reasons they chose it. They Were Wrong, on the other hand, is a pretty fine album name, but is an absolutely stellar follow up to the debut, better by some distance in fact I think.

mclusky are indeed brilliant, though they have purged the murkier depths of math rock a bit more than is considered strictly acceptable in this day and age. They still rule a fair amount.


cherry_blossom_pig - 22-11-2004 at 22:36

les fleur- by minnie ripperton

stokholm syndrome - yo la tengo


oh - sleater kinney

el ninjo - william orbit.


Jon - 22-11-2004 at 22:44

lostprophets - shinobi vs dragon ninja
black sabbath - sabbra cadabra
dead or alive - you spin me round
embrace - the last gas
yyy's - pin
pist.on - grey flap
smashing pumpkins - fuck you (an ode to no-one)
happy mondays - loose fit
fear factory - dog day sunrise


girl.afraid - 22-11-2004 at 23:14

kila kela's album. the man is a legend.


kittykat - 22-11-2004 at 23:15

the shins - oh, inverted world.


jazzy - 22-11-2004 at 23:47

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Originally posted by girl.afraid

kila kela's album. the man is a legend.


i saw him support the super furries. human beatboxing has surely never been bettered. legend doesn't even begin to cover it!


cherry_blossom_pig - 23-11-2004 at 00:01

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kila kela's album. the man is a legend.


i saw him support the super furries. human beatboxing has surely never been bettered. legend doesn't even begin to cover it!


i dunno....daniel beddingfield taught des oconner last week how to do it, and he was impressive!


Mercury Rising - 23-11-2004 at 08:09

killers


Colin DIS - 23-11-2004 at 08:48

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Originally posted by Jon

pist.on - grey flap


Blast from my past there. I had such a crush on Val Ium when I was about 15. However, my current listening is :-

Who Needs Enemies - Cooper Temple Clause
Brick Sh*thouse - Placebo (Asterixed as Brick Donkeypoohouse doesn't have the same ring to it!)


mojo - 23-11-2004 at 09:16

Beth Orton and the Beatles


Carl - 23-11-2004 at 18:43

>les fleur- by minnie ripperton

Excellent record!!! Have you heard the 'Hey Love' album by Rotary Connection (a.k.a Minnie Ripperton) cherry_blossom_pig? One of my fave albums, and it's got 'I am the Black Gold of the Sun' on it.


kittykat - 23-11-2004 at 19:14

her space holiday


jazzy - 23-11-2004 at 19:15

the magic numbers - hymn for her
maximo park


kittykat - 23-11-2004 at 19:19

jet by wings


jazzy - 23-11-2004 at 19:22

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jet by wings


*punches the air*


kittykat - 23-11-2004 at 19:28

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jet by wings


*punches the air*





[Edited on 23-11-2004 by kittykat]


citizen_erased - 23-11-2004 at 20:14

bringing out the vines albums


Jon - 23-11-2004 at 21:47

days of worth - ladies and gentlemen
jukes - wandering star
nirvana - marigold
rage against the machine - renegades of funk
wonder stuff - golden green
jet - cold hard bitch
headswim - gone to pot


beatsteak - 24-11-2004 at 01:12

currently listening to Death Cab For Cutie ....quality band!!!


mojo - 24-11-2004 at 07:00

RADIOHEAD.....man i love them so


Mercury Rising - 24-11-2004 at 07:46

The Word Girl - Scritti Politti
Rent - Pet Shop Boys
Joan of Arc - OMD
Pump Up the Volume - M/A/R/R/S
Labour of Love - Hugh and Cry
Release - Aztec Camera
Green Isaac - Prefab Sprout
Tainted Love/Where Did Our Love Go - Soft Cell


Carl - 24-11-2004 at 10:23

>Green Isaac - Prefab Sprout

Mercury Rising, what's that one that goes 'Hot dog, jumping frog ... something, something.' Love that one.


Return of Django - 24-11-2004 at 10:26

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>Green Isaac - Prefab Sprout

Mercury Rising, what's that one that goes 'Hot dog, jumping frog ... something, something.' Love that one.


King of Rock'n'Roll. Great song that.


Carl - 24-11-2004 at 10:27

Cheers!


joediddly - 24-11-2004 at 11:15

Hound Dog Taylor and the House Rockers: Let's Get Funky


Mercury Rising - 24-11-2004 at 11:23

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Originally posted by Carl

>Green Isaac - Prefab Sprout

Mercury Rising, what's that one that goes 'Hot dog, jumping frog ... something, something.' Love that one.


King of Rock'n'Roll. Great song that.



...Alberquerque.

The video's astonishing.


slow riot - 24-11-2004 at 20:49

Ariel Pink - Haunted Graffiti 2: The Doldrums
Autechre - We R Are Why / Are Y Are We
Yardbirds - Little Games


girl.afraid - 24-11-2004 at 20:58

unkle- psyence fiction
unwound- leaves turn inside you


Lil_Gem - 24-11-2004 at 22:37

the rolling stones and the doors (forced by greg onto me)
the bravery and the dears (forced by me onto greg)


cherry_blossom_pig - 24-11-2004 at 22:58

united by fate - rival schools


A@ron - 25-11-2004 at 19:12

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united by fate - rival schools


i love 'used for glue'


kittykat - 25-11-2004 at 19:58

the fruitbats - when you love somebody


AntManBee - 25-11-2004 at 20:15

The Radio Dept. - Lesser Matters


girl.afraid - 25-11-2004 at 22:04

i have just rediscovered my love for the sneaker pimps


*dances to spin spin sugar*


jazzy - 25-11-2004 at 23:16

a rush and a push and the land is ours - the smiths
lost in the plot - the dears
unconditional - the bravery
damn damn leash - be your own pet
science friction - xtc
disconnect the dots - of montreal
there she goes my beautiful world - nick cave
the village green preservation society - the kinks
oxygen - willie mason


Simon Dyson - 26-11-2004 at 00:03

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Originally posted by AntManBee

The Radio Dept. - Lesser Matters

That is such a great record! Can't stop listening to it.


Lo - 26-11-2004 at 08:05

Dogs Die In Hot Cars - Paul Newman's Eyes
The Vines - Autumn Shade
Flogging Molly - What's Left of the Flag
Simon & Garfunkel - Blues Run the Game
Green Day - Holiday
The Used - The Taste of Ink
Coheed & Cambria - A Favour House Atlantic (this is a fucking brilliant song. Oh yes )


Mercury Rising - 26-11-2004 at 08:23

Nanci Griffiths - Other Voices Other Rooms *sigh*


Colin DIS - 26-11-2004 at 11:02

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Originally posted by Lo

Coheed & Cambria - A Favour House Atlantic (this is a fucking brilliant song. Oh yes )


My god... we actually agree on something!

'Pull the trigger and the nightmare stops!'


Lo - 26-11-2004 at 11:55

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Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Coheed & Cambria - A Favour House Atlantic (this is a fucking brilliant song. Oh yes )


My god... we actually agree on something!

'Pull the trigger and the nightmare stops!'

Aw hey, when did we disagree enough for it to be surprising that we agreed? Generally I just get confused because you go into more depth about bands that I just like, rather than know anything about .
Actually, maybe you could tell me: how the hell do you pronouce 'Coheed & Cambria'? As it's spelt?


Colin DIS - 26-11-2004 at 12:04

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Originally posted by Lo

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Originally posted by Lo

Coheed & Cambria - A Favour House Atlantic (this is a fucking brilliant song. Oh yes )


My god... we actually agree on something!

'Pull the trigger and the nightmare stops!'

Aw hey, when did we disagree enough for it to be surprising that we agreed? Generally I just get confused because you go into more depth about bands that I just like, rather than know anything about .
Actually, maybe you could tell me: how the hell do you pronouce 'Coheed & Cambria'? As it's spelt?


Yeah, as it is spelt. Great album too, I really liked it.


Lo - 26-11-2004 at 13:21

Yeah, me too - a bit confused by the couple of 9-minute songs that seem to have crept in there.

Is there more than one album? Cos I downloaded that 'delirium trigger' song ages ago, and i've just d/l'd an album and it's not got that on it. I think this album (In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth 3) might be a buyer .


Colin DIS - 26-11-2004 at 13:33

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Originally posted by Lo

Yeah, me too - a bit confused by the couple of 9-minute songs that seem to have crept in there.

Is there more than one album? Cos I downloaded that 'delirium trigger' song ages ago, and i've just d/l'd an album and it's not got that on it. I think this album (In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth 3) might be a buyer .


In Keeping Secret... is the highlight of their career so far imho. Delirium Trigger is from their 2002 debut album called 'Second Stage Turbine Blade' and although it is good in patches, it didn't have the same effect on me as KSOSE3.


mojo - 26-11-2004 at 20:09

massive attack


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 26-11-2004 at 22:09

Where you want to be - Taking Back Sunday


blown away - 27-11-2004 at 20:04

back to my french roots

Air - 10 000hz legend


hazey jane - 27-11-2004 at 20:06

belly - best of

'are there heart strings connected to the wings you got slapped on your back?'....la la la, tum te tum. happiness is a good album on a saturday evening!


Lo - 27-11-2004 at 20:18

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Originally posted by blown away

back to my french roots

Air - 10 000hz legend

*The* album of my 1st year - good choice, sir .

Right now: Ben Folds - Fired. Not heard this song before, and it's bloody lovely.


mojo - 27-11-2004 at 20:23

The Doors, best of


AntManBee - 27-11-2004 at 23:04

Jens Lekman - When I Said I Wanted to Be Your Dog
The Bright Lights - Self-titled
The Field Mice - So Said Kay

...interesting.


hazey jane - 28-11-2004 at 20:36

damien rice - o....then i saw it advertised on tv. i love the way they try to con you into thinking some albums are new when they've been out for 2 years! (or perhaps 25 years in some cases...but they're normally the best ofs)


Mercury Rising - 29-11-2004 at 09:34

At the weekend I got

Ether Song - Turin Breaks
Shatterproof is not a challenge - Hundred Reasons
Antics - Interpol
Please Describe Yourself - Dogs Die In Hot Cars

and I've been listening to all of them, and to the Guardian free CD, particularly the Mull Historical Society one. And sadly, once again, the Paul Weller cover is not up to much.


AntManBee - 29-11-2004 at 09:47

The Go! Team - Thunder Lightning Strike


Matt Paradise - 29-11-2004 at 10:22

The Arcade fire- funeral


Luke_da_puke - 29-11-2004 at 10:33

The La's-The La's. What a great album!


cherry_blossom_pig - 29-11-2004 at 11:04

gang of four - entertainment!


Colin DIS - 29-11-2004 at 13:15

Quote:
Originally posted by mojo

The Doors, best of




Peekahokahoo - Piney Gir


Mercury Rising - 30-11-2004 at 07:38

A compilation of songs by the Jam that I made longer ago than I care to remember. Or can remember. Damn that Alzheimer's.


kittykat - 30-11-2004 at 10:58

ben and jason - ten songs about you


Return of Django - 30-11-2004 at 11:33

? and the Mysterians - 96 Tears

You gotta love someone who legally changes his name to '?', claims to be from mars and hang out with dinosaurs (and i have no reason to disbelieve him), whilst still finding the time to front the funkiest latino inflected garage rock act ever.


thepurple - 30-11-2004 at 11:38

Quote:
Originally posted by Return of Django

? and the Mysterians - 96 Tears

You gotta love someone who legally changes his name to '?', claims to be from mars and hang out with dinosaurs (and i have no reason to disbelieve him), whilst still finding the time to front the funkiest latino inflected garage rock act ever.


Sorry this is a deviation from the thread, but I once knew somebody who was continually up in court for minor charges, always in trouble, who eventually legally changed his name to 'Mister Nobody'. The clerk reading the indictments from then on had to call him that in court.


Becka - 30-11-2004 at 15:33

The Hives - Main Offender
Franz Ferdinand - Michael
Hot Hot Heat - Get In Or Get Out
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Miles Away
The Wiseguys - Ooh La La
Queens Of The Stone Age - Feel Good Hit Of The Summer
Outkast - Happy Valentines Day
The Killers - Jenny
The Beatings - What You Say
The Datsuns - Supergyration
Alpinestars - Hyper Hyper


jazzy - 30-11-2004 at 15:35

sufjan stevens - greeting from michigan
the dears - no cities left
elliott smith - either/or


cherry_blossom_pig - 30-11-2004 at 15:36

magentic poetry- comet gain.


AntManBee - 30-11-2004 at 20:02

22-20s
Whiskeytown demos
Elf Power
Modest Mouse


Becka - 30-11-2004 at 20:06

Mercury Rev - Tides Of The Moon, lovely song


Jon - 30-11-2004 at 21:44

Bullet For My Valentine - Cries In Vain
Ill Nino - How Can I Live?
Nightwish - Walking In The Air
Bouncing Souls - True Believers
The Doors - Roadhouse Blues
William Shatner - I Wanna Sex U Up
Deep Purple - Speed King
Powerman 5000 - When Worlds Collide
Fountains Of Wayne - Stacey's Mom
Guttermouth - She's Got The Look
Glitterati - Do You Love yourself?
Eastern Lane - I Said Pig On Friday
Gomez - Whippin' Piccadilly
Travis - U16 girls
Bloodhound Gang - Kelis Deserves To Be Punished
A Perfect Circle - Imagine
Skunk Anansie - Little Baby Swastikkka


citizen_erased - 30-11-2004 at 22:45

The Dears - Lost in the Plot
Secret Machines - First Wave Intact
British Sea Power - Blackout
The Features - Way It's Meant To Be
Muse - Eternally Missed
Hot Hot Heat - No, Not Now


Jon - 1-12-2004 at 00:58

I've just listened to 'Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge' by My Chemical Romance, and can honestly say it's completely blown me away!!!!

Hey Gareth...can I change my Top 10 of 2004 perleeeze?


citizen_erased - 1-12-2004 at 01:10

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

I've just listened to 'Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge' by My Chemical Romance, and can honestly say it's completely blown me away!!!!

Hey Gareth...can I change my Top 10 of 2004 perleeeze?


the intros to the songs are good, but the core of them are too similar in my opinion. i prefer their first album.


Jon - 1-12-2004 at 01:31

Quote:
Originally posted by citizen_erased

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

I've just listened to 'Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge' by My Chemical Romance, and can honestly say it's completely blown me away!!!!

Hey Gareth...can I change my Top 10 of 2004 perleeeze?


the intros to the songs are good, but the core of them are too similar in my opinion. i prefer their first album.


the first album is certainly a goodun...especially 'Headfirst For Halos'


citizen_erased - 1-12-2004 at 01:43

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Quote:
Originally posted by citizen_erased

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

I've just listened to 'Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge' by My Chemical Romance, and can honestly say it's completely blown me away!!!!

Hey Gareth...can I change my Top 10 of 2004 perleeeze?


the intros to the songs are good, but the core of them are too similar in my opinion. i prefer their first album.


the first album is certainly a goodun...especially 'Headfirst For Halos'


good summer track. i quite like vampires will never hurt you, and honey this mirror ain't big enough for the two of us


jazzy - 1-12-2004 at 11:59

neils children - change/return/success


Hollis Brown - 1-12-2004 at 12:17

Prime Ministers Questions


hazey jane - 1-12-2004 at 20:38

radiohead - kid a

(inspired by the fairtrade ads!)


Colin DIS - 1-12-2004 at 20:45

Seachange - Lay Of The Land


citizen_erased - 2-12-2004 at 02:15

Graham Coxon all day


Maverick - 2-12-2004 at 10:57

rage against the machine - ghost of tom joad, microphone fiend, maggie's farm

primal scream - free, I'll be there for you

the who - don't get fooled again

green day - american idiot

nwa - gangster, gangster


cherry_blossom_pig - 2-12-2004 at 11:02

virgin suicides - air


Hollis Brown - 2-12-2004 at 11:23

Bob Dylan- The times they are a-changin'
Bob Dylan- The Freewheelin'
Bob Dylan- Another side of Bob Dylan


blown away - 2-12-2004 at 12:44

sigur ros - hlemmur soundtrack


Becka - 2-12-2004 at 14:56

Quote:
Originally posted by Hollis Brown

Bob Dylan- The times they are a-changin'
Bob Dylan- The Freewheelin'
Bob Dylan- Another side of Bob Dylan


I listened to Bob Dylan in my "hearing and writing lyrics and poems" class today


Becka - 2-12-2004 at 15:47

Avril 14th - Aphex Twin
The Clock - The Go-Betweens
Are You Gonna Be My Girl - Jet
You Can Feel Me - Har Mar Superstar
At The Lodge - Ikara Colt
Wildfire - The Coral
Heaven - The Rapture


kittykat - 2-12-2004 at 15:58

aberfeldy - vegetarian restaurant


RadioEd - 2-12-2004 at 16:02

meanwhile back in communist russia - indian ink


Colin DIS - 2-12-2004 at 16:13

Quote:
Originally posted by RadioEd

meanwhile back in communist russia - indian ink


Yes!


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 2-12-2004 at 16:53

squarepusher
aphex twin
mars volta
cure


Lil_Gem - 2-12-2004 at 17:00

Quote:
Originally posted by self_five_for_the_big_dog

squarepusher
aphex twin


Hello Stacey!


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 2-12-2004 at 17:04

Quote:
Originally posted by Lil_Gem

Quote:
Originally posted by self_five_for_the_big_dog

squarepusher
aphex twin


Hello Stacey!


Hello Soulseek


RadioEd - 2-12-2004 at 17:10

Quote:
Originally posted by self_five_for_the_big_dog

squarepusher


cool - what album dude?


cherry_blossom_pig - 2-12-2004 at 18:13

the hippos - the hippos


hazey jane - 2-12-2004 at 19:10

marion - this world and body


kittykat - 2-12-2004 at 21:27

air - the virgin suicides


TC - 2-12-2004 at 21:34

mull of kintyre. beautiful, amazing.


TC - 2-12-2004 at 21:41

beck - lost cause. hopefully his comeback will be soon


Becka - 2-12-2004 at 21:50

The Ship Song - Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds


cherry_blossom_pig - 2-12-2004 at 21:51

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

air - the virgin suicides

i lstened to that earlier, its ruddy bloody good. amen to that.


TC - 2-12-2004 at 21:55

dire straits - sultans of swing. great song.


Becka - 2-12-2004 at 22:02

Har Mar Superstar - You Can Feel Me

I can`t stop listening to it, I loves it. I think I loves it more than GLC


kittykat - 2-12-2004 at 22:04

har mar is one sexy man.


TakeMeOut - 2-12-2004 at 23:02

Jon Spencer


Hollis Brown - 2-12-2004 at 23:16

George Galloway being smug on the radio!!

He really annoys me!!

I hate the way people think he represents people like me!!

[Edited on 2-12-2004 by Hollis Brown]


Matt Paradise - 3-12-2004 at 11:08

SFA - Radiator


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 3-12-2004 at 11:16

Quote:
Originally posted by RadioEd

Quote:
Originally posted by self_five_for_the_big_dog

squarepusher


cool - what album dude?


just random downloads i believe, but a album will be bought when i get some money...


AntManBee - 3-12-2004 at 11:17

Mirah - C'mon Miracle


jtack - 3-12-2004 at 15:22

beatles - abbey road
husker du - new day rising


RadioEd - 3-12-2004 at 17:05

cocteau twins - victorialand
klf - the white room


citizen_erased - 3-12-2004 at 17:32

nine black alps - cosmopolitan

[Edited on 4-1-2005 by citizen_erased]

[Edited on 4-1-2005 by citizen_erased]


dulcie - 3-12-2004 at 17:35

Quote:
Originally posted by citizen_erased

nine black alps - cosmopolitan


me too. love that song.


EternalLife - 3-12-2004 at 17:36

Prodigy- Breathe


kittykat - 3-12-2004 at 18:43

broken social scene - you forgot it in people


Colin DIS - 3-12-2004 at 19:12

Eddie Izzard Live @ Club Class


cherry_blossom_pig - 3-12-2004 at 20:55

kill kenada- ing it up atm.


RadioEd - 3-12-2004 at 21:34

joni mitchell - court and spark


girl.afraid - 4-12-2004 at 00:38

john frusciante- shadows collide with people
john frusciante- to record only water for ten days


RadioEd - 4-12-2004 at 00:40

Quote:
Originally posted by girl.afraid

john frusciante- shadows collide with people
john frusciante- to record only water for ten days


cool, i dont have 'to record only water...'. any good?


girl.afraid - 4-12-2004 at 00:50

Quote:
Originally posted by RadioEd

Quote:
Originally posted by girl.afraid

john frusciante- shadows collide with people
john frusciante- to record only water for ten days


cool, i dont have 'to record only water...'. any good?


most definitely. 'murderers' is a fantastic song


hazey jane - 4-12-2004 at 09:59

the velvet underground - i'm waiting for the man


MR CHATTERBOX - 4-12-2004 at 16:48

Quote:
Originally posted by RadioEd

cocteau twins - victorialand
klf - the white room


The Cocteau twinssssss. Excellent. I bought one of their albums and i think it's very interesting music.


Colin DIS - 6-12-2004 at 12:13

Oizone - An Indifferent Beat

Many thanks to the guy at the Arts Centre (can't remember his name due to my shit memory but he said he was in a band a little similar to Helen Love... coulda been Cats Against The Bomb actually) who tuned me in to this one!


AntManBee - 6-12-2004 at 12:17

Meanwhile, Back in Communist Russia - My Elixir, My Poison
Castanets - Cathedral
Slowdive - Blue Day


Colin DIS - 6-12-2004 at 12:24

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Meanwhile, Back in Communist Russia - My Elixir, My Poison


Ohhhh, I wanna listen to 'Morning After Pill' now!


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 6-12-2004 at 15:26

Right now:

Radio dept- i dont need your love, ive got my band


jazzy - 6-12-2004 at 15:28

10th anniversary edition of the holy bible


*Miss World* - 6-12-2004 at 19:06

My sister is playing along to David Bowie and I am so impressed!


Hollis Brown - 6-12-2004 at 21:23

Rough Trade shops- Indiepop vol. 1


Becka - 6-12-2004 at 23:00

Ballad Of Big Nothing - Elliot Smith


Mercury Rising - 7-12-2004 at 08:05

Substance - New Order


Maverick - 8-12-2004 at 16:41

guns 'n' roses - welcome to the jungle. it rocks.


Colin DIS - 8-12-2004 at 16:41

The Gospel - Intentions Of An Asteroid


Colin DIS - 8-12-2004 at 19:30

Film Music (Treva Whateva mix) - Electrelane


nome - 8-12-2004 at 19:36

The Shins - Chutes Too Narrow

And i'm enjoying it


Matt Paradise - 9-12-2004 at 00:51

McCarthy - red sleeping beauty. What a lovely little tune. Commies.


Becka - 9-12-2004 at 00:58

My Vitriol - Breakfast


citizen_erased - 9-12-2004 at 00:59

Cooper Temple Clause - See This Through And Leave
The Music - The Music
Raveonettes


mojo - 9-12-2004 at 03:25

*Ben Harper
*The Beatles


Luke_da_puke - 9-12-2004 at 03:39

Arvo Part


Colin DIS - 9-12-2004 at 19:28

Trademark 4 track d/l only single of some of their rareties. Them and Piney are the musical strengths keeping me going... I have so much belief in them it is untrue!


AntManBee - 9-12-2004 at 20:10

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

The Shins - Chutes Too Narrow

And i'm enjoying it


Is that one of mine?


Lil_Gem - 9-12-2004 at 20:11

Nothing, apart from the tapping of me pretend to do work.


mojo - 9-12-2004 at 20:13

golden oldies radio station in Santa Barbara...there are some 'choons' on here.


AntManBee - 9-12-2004 at 20:23

My siblings...


mojo - 10-12-2004 at 00:16

*stereophonics...word gets around


Becka - 10-12-2004 at 00:18

La La - The Spree


Rockajeglo - 10-12-2004 at 00:46

Nothing (due to banned stereo - Joelle you know how much of an issue this is for me!). But tomorrow will be a music-filled day again.


mojo - 10-12-2004 at 01:04

Quote:
Originally posted by Rockajeglo

Nothing (due to banned stereo - Joelle you know how much of an issue this is for me!). But tomorrow will be a music-filled day again.


banned stereo?! How comes?! I have my music playing on my laptop and my head phones in so I can hide from everyone...and concentrate!


Rockajeglo - 10-12-2004 at 01:10

As in I don't work with music 'cos the music's too good, and I refuse to listen to crap music. So I unplugged the stereo. Good call 'cos I'm almost done now.

Can't wait for some more music really soon.


Maverick - 10-12-2004 at 09:26

Johnny Nash - I Can See Clearly
Joey Ramone - What A Wonderful World
Mystikal - Shake Your Ass


kittykat - 10-12-2004 at 12:49

the chap


Lo - 10-12-2004 at 12:59

The Strokes - I Can't Win


kittykat - 10-12-2004 at 14:32

rufus wainwright - want one.


cherry_blossom_pig - 10-12-2004 at 15:30

drop it lie its hot - snoop dawwwg


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 10-12-2004 at 19:41

Dogs Die in Hot Cars - and singing badly to it as well


cherry_blossom_pig - 10-12-2004 at 21:12

in keeping secrets of silent earth:3 : coheed and cambria.


Lo - 10-12-2004 at 21:54

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

in keeping secrets of silent earth:3 : coheed and cambria.


citizen_erased - 11-12-2004 at 02:05

Interpol - Turn on the Bright Lights
Interpol - Antics
Muse - Showbiz

[Edited on 4-1-2005 by citizen_erased]

[Edited on 4-1-2005 by citizen_erased]


slow riot - 11-12-2004 at 12:19


Matt Paradise - 11-12-2004 at 13:34


hazey jane - 11-12-2004 at 15:19

i just can't stop listening to nick cave! at the minute it's 'the lyre of orpheus'

you leap into the abyss and find it only comes up to your knees


Matt Paradise - 11-12-2004 at 15:20








hazey jane - 11-12-2004 at 15:25

i love that le tigre album...it's my getting ready to go out album of the minute!


Matt Paradise - 11-12-2004 at 15:29

It's certainly a good un.


Luke_da_puke - 11-12-2004 at 19:01

1. Red House _hendrix
2. All ALong the Watchtower_hendrix
3. Voodo Chile slight return_hendrix
4. Dazed and Confused_Led Zeppelin
5. Time_pink FLoyd


AntManBee - 11-12-2004 at 19:12

Quote:
Originally posted by Luke_da_puke

1. Red House _hendrix
2. All ALong the Watchtower_hendrix
3. Voodo Chile slight return_hendrix
4. Dazed and Confused_Led Zeppelin
5. Time_pink FLoyd


Hmm, deja vu


jtack - 11-12-2004 at 19:24

big star - #1 record/radio city


TakeMeOut - 11-12-2004 at 23:58

Zero 7


Luke_da_puke - 12-12-2004 at 02:13

The Arcade Fire. What a lovely album


mojo - 12-12-2004 at 08:48

scissor sisters on TV!


alex - 12-12-2004 at 14:01

hood
life without buildings
some live elliott smith


oh, and i know it's slightly off-topic but i am watching a free action man dvd i got with my apples from tesco... i just see something free and can't stop myself... terrible!


Jon - 13-12-2004 at 00:12

edwin starr - contact
babyshambles - killimangiro
the jets - touch me
rolling stones - brown sugar
faces - stay with me
nirvana - serve the servants
blind melon - paper scratcher
every time i die - ebolarama
r.a.t.m. - renegades of funk
bloc party - helicopter


cartoonmoon - 13-12-2004 at 03:24

kings of leon - aha shake heartbreak (godammit i love this band)
and the creation
and the old babyshambles sessions
mostly...
x


cherry_blossom_pig - 13-12-2004 at 03:27

today its all been about siouxie and those ruddy bloody banshees.


mojo - 13-12-2004 at 09:58

nada surf-if you leave
the thrills-big sur
the mamas and papas-california dreaming
the killers-smile like you mean it


Lo - 13-12-2004 at 12:13

Trying out some Bloc Party, seeing as I've never ever heard anything by them, despite all the hype.
It's pretty ok - I currently have on The Marshalls Are Dead, and erm, next up is Lisa Left Eye Lopez, which seems an odd name for a track, and makes me think i might have downloaded the wrong thing.
Couldn't get Little Thoughts on DC++. How annoying, that was the only one I was interested in.

<edit>Got it - I've downloaded The Block Party by Miss Lopez. And it's shit.

[Edited on 13/12/2004 by Lo]


Return of Django - 13-12-2004 at 12:17

Quote:
Originally posted by alex

hood
life without buildings
some live elliott smith


oh, and i know it's slightly off-topic but i am watching a free action man dvd i got with my apples from tesco... i just see something free and can't stop myself... terrible!


Hang on.... Tesco's give away free action man dvd's with their apples???


Colin DIS - 13-12-2004 at 12:30

Trademark - 4 track download only single


Monkey Chops - 13-12-2004 at 12:37

Elbow - Fugitive Motel


hazey jane - 13-12-2004 at 15:45

james taylor

my dad would be proud; then again, maybe not - it's his cd and i've had it for about 3 years now without him seeming to notice its disappearance!


jazzy - 13-12-2004 at 16:20

the mylo remix of somebody told me by the killers. it is VERY good.


Return of Django - 13-12-2004 at 16:24

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

the mylo remix of somebody told me by the killers. it is VERY good.


Where did you hear this? Where can I hear this? Sounds quality!


jazzy - 13-12-2004 at 16:33

apparently it will be on the bside of the new killers single. i got a promo remixes cd of the single today and the mylo track is one on there...


jazzy - 14-12-2004 at 11:38

the fanbloodytastic new kaiser chiefs single - a rejigged version of oh my god. tis very good indeed, much better than the original release....


dulcie - 14-12-2004 at 11:46

nine black alps are my new favourite band.


Maverick - 14-12-2004 at 11:48

Steranko - Geek Power
Black Box Recorder - England Made Me
Faith No More - We Cannot Lie
Labi Siffry - It Must Be Love


cherry_blossom_pig - 14-12-2004 at 12:28

this is for the poor- the other

formed a band - art brut

clarity - jimmy eat world.


cherry_blossom_pig - 15-12-2004 at 20:23

power puff girls soundtrack

top gun soundtrack


*Miss World* - 15-12-2004 at 23:47

Johnny Borrell's version of "Fairytale of New York"
Babyshambles - "Killamangiro"
David Bowie - some kind of "Best of..." album
Kenickie - "At the Club"


Return of Django - 16-12-2004 at 15:28

Portishead's Essential Mix from April '95. 2nd Best Essential Mix ever, just behind David Holmes' in '97.


Maverick - 16-12-2004 at 15:34

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*


Kenickie - "At the Club"


cool!


Carl - 17-12-2004 at 13:11

>life without buildings

Nice one Alex!

I've recently had on rotation the Burning Spear album 'Marcus Garvey'. Very good indeed.


Lo - 17-12-2004 at 19:18

A fucking cool playlist made up of a) songs that make me dance mental and b) songs that I can't believe I've not had on a playlist before:

The Hives - Walk Idiot Walk
Steriogram - Walkie Talkie Man
Von Bondies - C'mon C'mon
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Pin
Ash - Orpheus
Saves The Day - Jukebox Breakdown
AFI - Girl's Not Grey
Coheed & Cambria - A Favour House Atlantic
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Date With The Night
Add N to (X) - Total All-Out Water
Goldfrapp - Strict Machine
Kylie Minogue - I Believe In You
Rachel Stevens - Some Girls


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 18-12-2004 at 13:35

pretty girls make graves - just like what i was listening to last year at this time!


Mercury Rising - 18-12-2004 at 14:47

Lucky Jim - Lesbia.


Joe Wiz - 19-12-2004 at 20:36

Duran Duran. As my avatar suggests.


jazzy - 20-12-2004 at 13:47

athlete - wires
the others - lackey
charakka - we are divided
bloc party - like eating glass
bloc party - positive tension


dulcie - 20-12-2004 at 17:03

McClusky - McClusky Do Dallas
yourcodenameis:milo - All Roads To Fault
Placebo - Placebo
Sleater-Kinney - One Beat


Colin DIS - 20-12-2004 at 17:12

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

McClusky - McClusky Do Dallas


McLusky!!!!!! Man, I so want those bastards to play Essex!


Bozzaholic - 20-12-2004 at 17:17

Wu Tang - "36 Chambers"

Big Punisher - "Capital Punishment"

Eminem - "Encore"

meh, i'm having a rap day


slow riot - 20-12-2004 at 23:44


Return of Django - 21-12-2004 at 12:26

Kudos for the Madvillainy, brilliant album, and keeps gettin better with every listen. I was expecting it to be good, because Madlib and MF Doom are both a bit special in their own right, but i wasn't expecting it to be this good.
Whats the second cover? I recognise it...

[Edited on 21-12-2004 by Return of Django]


slow riot - 21-12-2004 at 12:35

Quote:
Originally posted by Return of Django

Kudos for the Madvillainy, brilliant album, and keeps gettin better with every listen. I was expecting it to be good, because Madlib and MF Doom are both a bit special in their own right, but i wasn't expecting it to be this good.
Whats the second cover? I recognise it...


Yeah it's a brilliant album; Doom is an awesome mc: "borderline schizo, sorta fine tits though" and "hey you! don't touch the mic like there's aids on it" spring to mind. Madlib knocks up some wackily refreshing beats too.

The second is Ghetto Pop Life by DM & Jemini.


Colin DIS - 21-12-2004 at 12:36

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

The second is Ghetto Pop Life by DM & Jemini.


Now where did you get that from...


Colin DIS - 21-12-2004 at 12:37

Trademark download only single.



Which you can download HERE for absoloutely nothing if you so wish.

[Edited on 21-12-2004 by Colin DIS]


slow riot - 21-12-2004 at 12:40

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

The second is Ghetto Pop Life by DM & Jemini.


Now where did you get that from...


Yeah, that one was thanks to a generous donation by the outsider that is Colin DIS.


Return of Django - 21-12-2004 at 12:46

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Quote:
Originally posted by Return of Django

Kudos for the Madvillainy, brilliant album, and keeps gettin better with every listen. I was expecting it to be good, because Madlib and MF Doom are both a bit special in their own right, but i wasn't expecting it to be this good.
Whats the second cover? I recognise it...


Yeah it's a brilliant album; Doom is an awesome mc: "borderline schizo, sorta fine tits though" and "hey you! don't touch the mic like there's aids on it" spring to mind. Madlib knocks up some wackily refreshing beats too.

The second is Ghetto Pop Life by DM & Jemini.


"The best emcee with no chain ya ever heard"

You've probably already heard it, but just in case you haven't, you should check the blue note remixes Madlib has done.. Shades of Blue i think it's called. There's also this pretty crazy trojan reggae mix i have called Blunted in the Bomb Shelter.. don't really know what the story is behind that one, but it has about 50 tracks in an hour, and is pretty fucking nuts/impressive.


Colin DIS - 21-12-2004 at 12:47

I am sure I will be told about the error of my ways but the only MC's that I really 'get' are MC Chris & Blackalicious.

[Edited on 21-12-2004 by Colin DIS]


slow riot - 21-12-2004 at 12:52

Nah I've not heard that; sounds pretty hectic though. I've also heard word on the street that Doom and Danger Mouse are collaborating on something as we speak, something which gets me a lot more excited than I could have imagined a while ago. I also like Danger Mouse becuase he said his favourite band were the Olivia Tremor Control, good on him!


slow riot - 21-12-2004 at 12:55

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

I am sure I will be told about the error of my ways but the only MC's that I really 'get' are MC Chris & Blackalicous.


You'd love Doom I reckon Colin, he is the perfect anititode to some of todays tiresome hip hop: he refuses to show his face in public and mcs about picnicing instead of biatches and shiat like that. Plus I've heard many a sample from Street Fighter on Madvillainy: "yoga flaaame".


Colin DIS - 21-12-2004 at 12:57

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

I am sure I will be told about the error of my ways but the only MC's that I really 'get' are MC Chris & Blackalicous.


You'd love Doom I reckon Colin, he is the perfect anititode to some of todays tiresome hip hop: he refuses to show his face in public and mcs about picnicing instead of biatches and shiat like that. Plus I've heard many a sample from Street Fighter on Madvillainy: "yoga flaaame".


Street Fighter (a game that Gareth wishes he could beat me at) samples in hip-hop... oh yes, show me the way!!!


slow riot - 21-12-2004 at 12:58

Next time I see ya I'll be armed with a copy.


Return of Django - 21-12-2004 at 13:01

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

I am sure I will be told about the error of my ways but the only MC's that I really 'get' are MC Chris & Blackalicous.


Well to be fair, if you're only gonna 'get' a couple of MC's, you could do a lot worse than one of them being Blackalicious. He's def. one of my favourite mc's. If you like him you'll probably also like Lateef and Lyrics Born from Latyrx, who he did stuff with with Quannum, and if you like them you'll probably like some other stuff, and so on and so on and ecventually you'll 'get' a lot more MC's.

If that sounded patronising it was totally unintentional!


Return of Django - 21-12-2004 at 13:05

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Nah I've not heard that; sounds pretty hectic though. I've also heard word on the street that Doom and Danger Mouse are collaborating on something as we speak, something which gets me a lot more excited than I could have imagined a while ago. I also like Danger Mouse becuase he said his favourite band were the Olivia Tremor Control, good on him!


For real? It takes me a while to get my head round OTC, but once i do, it's quality stuff... well most of the time, some of their music i can't really work out at all. Although i give them props for being mates with Neutral Milk Hotel, and didn't OTC morph into The Sunshine Fix? Coz what ive heard by them i've really really liked.


slow riot - 21-12-2004 at 13:26

Quote:
Originally posted by Return of Django

For real? It takes me a while to get my head round OTC, but once i do, it's quality stuff... well most of the time, some of their music i can't really work out at all. Although i give them props for being mates with Neutral Milk Hotel, and didn't OTC morph into The Sunshine Fix? Coz what ive heard by them i've really really liked.


OTC really are better than NMH I think; in fact I genuinely believe Black Foliage by them to be the most accomplished album of all time. The way it reconstructs, deconstructs, animates and reanimates itself is just breathtaking. Plus they recorded it without any session musicians and on a 4 track. Astounding stuff.

They split up into a couple of different groups actually. Bill Doss' Sunshine Fix are just derivative psych-pop I think, but Will Hart's Circulatory System are well worth investigating, dark, ethereal and mysterious.


Return of Django - 21-12-2004 at 13:39

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Quote:
Originally posted by Return of Django

For real? It takes me a while to get my head round OTC, but once i do, it's quality stuff... well most of the time, some of their music i can't really work out at all. Although i give them props for being mates with Neutral Milk Hotel, and didn't OTC morph into The Sunshine Fix? Coz what ive heard by them i've really really liked.


OTC really are better than NMH I think; in fact I genuinely believe Black Foliage by them to be the most accomplished album of all time. The way it reconstructs, deconstructs, animates and reanimates itself is just breathtaking. Plus they recorded it without any session musicians and on a 4 track. Astounding stuff.

They split up into a couple of different groups actually. Bill Doss' Sunshine Fix are just derivative psych-pop I think, but Will Hart's Circulatory System are well worth investigating, dark, ethereal and mysterious.


Yeah you're right, it's derivative, but it's derivative of Phil Spector and The Byrds and The Beach Boys and even The Temptations and Curtis Mayfield, so i can dig it!

To be honest, i still prefer NMH to OTC, but the only OTC i've heard is Music from the unrealised film script (which is what the white album would sound like if it was as good as everyone said it was) and a random compilation mix tape a mate put together for me, and which i find a bit hard to get into. I'll check the album u mentioned on SoulSeek though.


slow riot - 21-12-2004 at 15:10

Quote:
Originally posted by Return of Django

Yeah you're right, it's derivative, but it's derivative of Phil Spector and The Byrds and The Beach Boys and even The Temptations and Curtis Mayfield, so i can dig it!

To be honest, i still prefer NMH to OTC, but the only OTC i've heard is Music from the unrealised film script (which is what the white album would sound like if it was as good as everyone said it was) and a random compilation mix tape a mate put together for me, and which i find a bit hard to get into. I'll check the album u mentioned on SoulSeek though.


Yeah definitely do that, it's also worth reading up on the approach they took to making it. Actually, that's only in the liner notes I think, though this quote may help:

"The concept behind the album was thus: first, a section of the bass guitar riff from Black Foliage (Itself) was taken. Subsequently, "variations" of this part spawned the "animation" tracks. These were then combined with parts of the other songs (which themselves contained parts of other songs) to create the "combination" tracks, creating interludes between the main songs... as it says in the liner notes to the album, "edits within edits within edits...""


Colin DIS - 22-12-2004 at 11:11

Here is a few crackers that I am checking out that you can d/l too :-

"MOTHERBANGER" by CHRIS MORRIS - Superb Pixies pisstake

"SUSSUDIO" (Phil Collins cover) by OL' DIRTY BASTARD (w/ Kelis & Lil Kim)


A@ron - 22-12-2004 at 18:29

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

McClusky - McClusky Do Dallas


Hey! is that my CD dude? i can't find mine i'm sure u gave it back, the bloody things gone AWOL!


i am sam - 22-12-2004 at 18:38

i think there's a mclusky cd thief in colchester. i've lost my copy of 'the difference between you and me is that i'm not on fire'


A@ron - 22-12-2004 at 18:45

Quote:
Originally posted by i am sam

i think there's a mclusky cd thief in colchester. i've lost my copy of 'the difference between you and me is that i'm not on fire'


Good news this is not dude! Although you can??t blame anyone for wanting to steal a Mclusky CD they rule!


dulcie - 23-12-2004 at 10:41

Quote:
Originally posted by A@ron

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

McClusky - McClusky Do Dallas


Hey! is that my CD dude? i can't find mine i'm sure u gave it back, the bloody things gone AWOL!


no. i ain't no thief! i gave it back to you and you put it in your guitar case.


Colin DIS - 23-12-2004 at 10:49

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

McClusky - McClusky Do Dallas


Merry McLuskymas!!!!!


dulcie - 23-12-2004 at 10:54

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

McClusky - McClusky Do Dallas


Merry McLuskymas!!!!!


hurrah for free downloads.


BlackStar - 23-12-2004 at 23:40

veruca salt- my sharona
piney gir- girl
garbage- stupid girl


AntManBee - 23-12-2004 at 23:49

Animal Collective - Sung Tongs
Les Savy Fav - Go Forth
Talib Kweli - Beautiful Struggle


Joe Wiz - 24-12-2004 at 16:17

"Tipsy" by J-Kwon may be may favourite "going out" song of the year.


AntManBee - 24-12-2004 at 16:29

Max Richter - The Blue Notebooks
Junior Boys - Last Exit
Old Time Relijun - Lost Light


Carl - 28-12-2004 at 14:17

Anyone got any opinion on 'The Return of Jack Splash', by Plant Life? Heard it's very good but not been able to listen to it.


Bozzaholic - 28-12-2004 at 15:17

"one more time with feeling" - Placebo

Coolness


blown away - 28-12-2004 at 15:22

Thomas Dybdahl ... a norwegian singer

not bad http://www.thomasdybdahl.com/


jazzy - 28-12-2004 at 22:06

jay-z - the blueprint


Jon - 28-12-2004 at 23:05

Bullet For My Valentine - Cries In Vain
Black Velvets - Get On Your Life
Tokyo Dragons - Get 'em Off
Jimmy Eat World - Work
Lemon Jelly - Jungle Raam
Supergrass - Sitting Up Straight


Colin DIS - 29-12-2004 at 12:07

Burn Baby Burn - Ash
Anglokana - Seachange
Old & Played - Ben Davis
Incestual - Stony Sleep
Summer Jets - Iain Archer

'Almost to the point of no return, everything will burn baby burn!'


nome - 2-1-2005 at 00:02

the shins - oh, invented world...well atleast it's no longer chutes too narrow, it was getting a tad silly..
the holy bible - now i also have a pretty special limited edition picture vinyl disc thing that is very pretty


RadioEd - 2-1-2005 at 00:08

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

the shins - oh, invented world...well atleast it's no longer chutes too narrow, it was getting a tad silly..
the holy bible - now i also have a pretty special limited edition picture vinyl disc thing that is very pretty


sweet - that edition of the holy bible is a tempting purchase.

tonight i'm listening to blemish by david sylvian


blown away - 2-1-2005 at 12:16

I'm listening to a Robert Johnson cd, it's absolutely amazing (and I really mean it this time !) ...

The original version of stop breaking down has made my day !


AntManBee - 2-1-2005 at 12:40

Robert Johnson is amazing

I'm listening to Death From Above 1979 at the mo, but the rest of the day will be soundtracked by...

A.C. Newman - The Slow Wonder
Mastodon - Leviathan
Bloc Party - Silent Alarm
DFA - Compilation #2


Mercury Rising - 5-1-2005 at 14:55

I was listening to the Scissor Sisters album on the way in which I think sounds like 10CC, and I don't mean that as a compliment at all. I'm going to listen to Franz Ferdinand on the way home, I think.


Maverick - 5-1-2005 at 14:59

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

I was listening to the Scissor Sisters album on the way in which I think sounds like 10CC, and I don't mean that as a compliment at all. I'm going to listen to Franz Ferdinand on the way home, I think.


I'm Mandy Fly Me... woo ooo


Mercury Rising - 5-1-2005 at 15:04

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

I was listening to the Scissor Sisters album on the way in which I think sounds like 10CC, and I don't mean that as a compliment at all. I'm going to listen to Franz Ferdinand on the way home, I think.


I'm Mandy Fly Me... woo ooo


You singing it doesn't make it any better. Sorry.


Maverick - 5-1-2005 at 15:05

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

I was listening to the Scissor Sisters album on the way in which I think sounds like 10CC, and I don't mean that as a compliment at all. I'm going to listen to Franz Ferdinand on the way home, I think.


I'm Mandy Fly Me... woo ooo


You singing it doesn't make it any better. Sorry.


Sorry. I was getting nostalgic for 10CC there. As long as it isn't 'Dreadlock Holiday' with it tenuous, suggestively racist precepts.

[Edited on 5-1-2005 by Maverick]


Mercury Rising - 5-1-2005 at 15:09

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

I was listening to the Scissor Sisters album on the way in which I think sounds like 10CC, and I don't mean that as a compliment at all. I'm going to listen to Franz Ferdinand on the way home, I think.


I'm Mandy Fly Me... woo ooo


You singing it doesn't make it any better. Sorry.


Sorry. I was getting nostalgic for 10CC there. As long as it isn't 'Dreadlock Holiday' with it tenuous, suggestively racist precepts.



There's a danger that this could turn into a list of 10CC songs we're glad it isn't, thus revealing far too much knowledge.


Maverick - 5-1-2005 at 15:11

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

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Originally posted by Mercury Rising

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Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

I was listening to the Scissor Sisters album on the way in which I think sounds like 10CC, and I don't mean that as a compliment at all. I'm going to listen to Franz Ferdinand on the way home, I think.


I'm Mandy Fly Me... woo ooo


You singing it doesn't make it any better. Sorry.


Sorry. I was getting nostalgic for 10CC there. As long as it isn't 'Dreadlock Holiday' with it tenuous, suggestively racist precepts.



There's a danger that this could turn into a list of 10CC songs we're glad it isn't, thus revealing far too much knowledge.


I'm not in love, so don't forget it. it's just a funny phase I'm going through...


Mercury Rising - 5-1-2005 at 15:12

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

I was listening to the Scissor Sisters album on the way in which I think sounds like 10CC, and I don't mean that as a compliment at all. I'm going to listen to Franz Ferdinand on the way home, I think.


I'm Mandy Fly Me... woo ooo


You singing it doesn't make it any better. Sorry.


Sorry. I was getting nostalgic for 10CC there. As long as it isn't 'Dreadlock Holiday' with it tenuous, suggestively racist precepts.



There's a danger that this could turn into a list of 10CC songs we're glad it isn't, thus revealing far too much knowledge.


I'm not in love, so don't forget it. it's just a funny phase I'm going through...


They'll be shooting rubber bullets at you if you continue. Can you guess where?


Maverick - 5-1-2005 at 15:15

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising


They'll be shooting rubber bullets at you if you continue. Can you guess where?


at some dance of other held at the local county jail, no doubt!

Don't wanna be under your thumb forever...


Mercury Rising - 5-1-2005 at 15:16

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising


They'll be shooting rubber bullets at you if you continue. Can you guess where?


at some dance of other held at the local county jail, no doubt!

Don't wanna be under your thumb forever...


That was just Godley and cream. Strange apparatus, they were.


Maverick - 5-1-2005 at 15:16

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising


They'll be shooting rubber bullets at you if you continue. Can you guess where?


at some dance of other held at the local county jail, no doubt!

Don't wanna be under your thumb forever...


That was just Godley and cream. Strange apparatus, they were.


woah....





Donna


Mercury Rising - 5-1-2005 at 15:17

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising


They'll be shooting rubber bullets at you if you continue. Can you guess where?


at some dance of other held at the local county jail, no doubt!

Don't wanna be under your thumb forever...


That was just Godley and cream. Strange apparatus, they were.


woah....





Donna


I have come to the end of my 10CC and related knowledge. And I'm not sorry.


Maverick - 5-1-2005 at 15:19

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

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Originally posted by Mercury Rising


They'll be shooting rubber bullets at you if you continue. Can you guess where?


at some dance of other held at the local county jail, no doubt!

Don't wanna be under your thumb forever...


That was just Godley and cream. Strange apparatus, they were.


woah....





Donna


I have come to the end of my 10CC and related knowledge. And I'm not sorry.



mine's a bit spartan. I haven't actually listened to them since I was about 12.


Colin DIS - 5-1-2005 at 15:55

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

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Originally posted by Mercury Rising

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Originally posted by Maverick

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Originally posted by Mercury Rising


They'll be shooting rubber bullets at you if you continue. Can you guess where?


at some dance of other held at the local county jail, no doubt!

Don't wanna be under your thumb forever...


That was just Godley and cream. Strange apparatus, they were.


woah....





Donna


I have come to the end of my 10CC and related knowledge. And I'm not sorry.


Ahh, it's just a silly phase your going through...


Maverick - 5-1-2005 at 16:05

heard a song by the secret machines last night... really liked the singer's voice, the guitar sounds and production...


Bozzaholic - 5-1-2005 at 17:39

I'm currently listening to Modest Mouse.... Goodness


dulcie - 5-1-2005 at 18:06

the arcade fire
statistics
the weakerthans

god bless you sam leppard.


A@ron - 5-1-2005 at 18:49

Interpol - Evil
Webb Brothers - All The Cocaine in the world
Joy Division - Digital
Mclusky - Undress for Success


xjohnx - 5-1-2005 at 20:07

alabama 3


Lo - 5-1-2005 at 20:31

Quote:
Originally posted by A@ron

Interpol - Evil

Yes. I like this very much, and I keep hearing it in random places, which is good.

I'm currently listening to the stock of MP3s that people have sent me so I can have a little music on the parents' PC:

Flogging Molly - What's Left of the Flag / Salty Dog (oh my, I love this song)
Ben Folds - Rockin' The Suburbs
Goldfrapp - Strict Machine
Mahumodo - April's
Mylo - Drop The Pressure
Roots Manuva - Witness The Fitness

I love 10cc.


xjohnx - 5-1-2005 at 21:28

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo
Flogging Molly


now thats a fun band, wish i'd bothered to go see them at the arts centre recently


Mercury Rising - 6-1-2005 at 08:07

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising


They'll be shooting rubber bullets at you if you continue. Can you guess where?


at some dance of other held at the local county jail, no doubt!

Don't wanna be under your thumb forever...


That was just Godley and cream. Strange apparatus, they were.


woah....





Donna


I have come to the end of my 10CC and related knowledge. And I'm not sorry.


Ahh, it's just a silly phase your going through...





*applause*


Maverick - 6-1-2005 at 09:35

Quote:
Originally posted by xjohnx

alabama 3


I listened to them extensively the other day whilst playing pissed up jenga with army ben in someone elses house. not a bad record... but I kept losing....


blown away - 6-1-2005 at 10:17

Jonathan Richman


jazzy - 6-1-2005 at 10:48

ooh, i was listening to roots manuva last night lo, good choice.

anyways, i'm currently listening to the mighty fine gallowsbird's bark by the fiery furnaces.


jazzy - 6-1-2005 at 12:20

the vanilla tape sessions from the anniversary edition of london calling...


slow riot - 6-1-2005 at 12:35

The Blow - Poor Aim: Love Songs
Amon Düül II - Yeti
cLOUDDEAD - s/t
Jackie-O Motherfucker - Magick Fire Music


dulcie - 6-1-2005 at 12:38

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

cLOUDDEAD - s/t


is that the album that's got a pink front cover...?
if it is, i've got that, and it's brilliant. but i don't know what it's called.


slow riot - 6-1-2005 at 12:42

Yeah this one right?



It's awesome.


Colin DIS - 6-1-2005 at 12:44

1) A Place In The Sun - Lit
2) Summer Jets - Iain Archer
3) All of the Time - Trademark
4) Alan Is A Cowboy Killer - McLusky
5) I Only Love You For Your Savile Row Boxer Shorts - Stony Sleep


dulcie - 6-1-2005 at 12:46

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Yeah this one right?



It's awesome.


yeah, that one. i love the lyrics so much.


jazzy - 6-1-2005 at 15:10

guided by voices - human amusement at hourly rates


dulcie - 6-1-2005 at 15:32

lowgold - just backwards of square


Joe Wiz - 6-1-2005 at 15:46

Lowgold! What a fine little record that was! Especially "In Amber".
I'm still digging the Duran Duran Boys, and the album "Let's Dance" by David Bowie.
The new Athlete single is, as I have perhaps already mentioned, a thing of stunning beauty.


jazzy - 6-1-2005 at 15:48

Quote:
Originally posted by Joe Wiz

Lowgold! What a fine little record that was! Especially "In Amber".


agreed, a fine record that i feel i may have to go home and listen to later

Quote:
Originally posted by Joe Wiz

The new Athlete single is, as I have perhaps already mentioned, a thing of stunning beauty.


agreed, i love it. although i know we'll get slated for saying that....


dulcie - 6-1-2005 at 15:48

Quote:
Originally posted by Joe Wiz

Lowgold! What a fine little record that was! Especially "In Amber".


it's lovely. it makes me feel all snug.


xjohnx - 7-1-2005 at 01:23

listening to too much promise ring


Mercury Rising - 7-1-2005 at 08:08

Luck - The Style Council
What! - Soft Cell
Our House - Madness
The Story Of The Blues - Wah!
You Really Got A Hold On Me - The Small Faces
Sexuality - Billy Bragg
Favourite Shirts - Haircut 100
Antmusic - Adam And The Ants
Hersham Boys - Sham 69
Pidgin English - Elvis Costello
A Pair Of Brown Eyes - The Pogues
Ghosts Of Cable Street - The Men They Couldn't Hang
Venceremos - Working Week

The box says the tape was made on 29th March 1994. I remember it well.


xjohnx - 7-1-2005 at 13:08

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising
Sexuality - Billy Bragg


i swear that song should be banned for its sheer cheesiness, not taht i don't like it tho


Lo - 7-1-2005 at 16:41

Quote:
Originally posted by xjohnx

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo
Flogging Molly


now thats a fun band, wish i'd bothered to go see them at the arts centre recently

Yeah, same here. I hear Saltdog are playing soon - although they're not quite the same I might check it out.


Maverick - 7-1-2005 at 17:37

'Still Dre' - what a fking TUUUUNE!


Colin DIS - 7-1-2005 at 19:31

Firestarter (Prodigy Cover) - Sneaker Pimps


Lo - 7-1-2005 at 22:15

Downloaded that song, it's great!

Also, been sent some more stuff - Unconditional and Honest Mistake by The Bravery, which have convinced me that I will love their album and buy it when I get back to Colchester.
Also Broken Bones by Sons & Daughters, which I like muchly.
Ooh, and To Be free by Emilia Torrini, which is gorgeous!
And some things by Tori Amos, still.


Jon - 7-1-2005 at 22:52

The Vacation - White Noise & Destitute Prostitute
Smashing Pumpkins - Cherub Rock
Judas Priest - Here Comes The Revolution
Placebo - Bruise Pristine
Dandy Warhols - Godless
Rolling Stones - Bitch
Inspiral Carpets - Saturn 5
Charlatans - Jesus Hairdo
James - Laid [session version]
Pantera - Cowboys From Hell


Maverick - 8-1-2005 at 15:02

stone roses - shoot you down


girl.afraid - 8-1-2005 at 22:40

currently listening to:
atari teenage riot
was also listening to:
autechre
grandmaster flash
luke vibert
her space holiday

it's one of those days


mojo - 9-1-2005 at 03:27

spice girls


Mercury Rising - 9-1-2005 at 15:08

The other side of the March '94 tape from the other day:-

All Along The Watchtower - Jimmy Hendrix
Once In A Lifetime - Talking Heads
Ticket To Ride - Husker Du
If I Needed Someone - The Beatles
Elegance - Prefab Sprout
Baby Plays Around - Elvis Costello
There's A Ghost In My House - R. Dean Taylor
Backstreet - Edwin Starr
Time For Action - Secret Affair
Tell Me When My Light Turns Green - Dexy's Midnight Runners
Maggie Mae - The Pogues
Baker Street - Gerry Rafferty


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 9-1-2005 at 15:35

Athelete and the shins


slow riot - 9-1-2005 at 15:40

The sound of Friday night still echoing around my head.
Washing machine: 40 degrees, slow spin.
Disco Inferno - the 5 EPs


Funky Fairy - 9-1-2005 at 15:41

im scared to put my washing machine on incase my hamster has somehow lodged himself in there.


Bozzaholic - 9-1-2005 at 15:47

"Teenage Kicks" - The Undertones
"One way or another" - Blondie
"Golden Touch" - Razorlight
"Killamangiro" - Babyshambles
"Take me out" - Franz Ferdinand
"Rip it up" - Razorlight
"Voodoo Child" - Jimi Hendrix
"Stand by me" - Oasis
"Wild & Crazy" - The Division of Laura Lane
"On the eve of war" - Jedi Mind tricks

all on a beautiful windows media player playlist


Mercury Rising - 9-1-2005 at 15:48

Quote:
Originally posted by Bozzaholic

"Teenage Kicks" - The Undertones
"One way or another" - Blondie
"Golden Touch" - Razorlight
"Killamangiro" - Babyshambles
"Take me out" - Franz Ferdinand
"Rip it up" - Razorlight
"Voodoo Child" - Jimi Hendrix
"Stand by me" - Oasis
"Wild & Crazy" - The Division of Laura Lane
"On the eve of war" - Jedi Mind tricks

all on a beautiful windows media player playlist



'tis a good list indeed


Lo - 9-1-2005 at 15:53

The Bravery. I.fucking.love.them. Some cool hair going on there as well - and I like the art on their website .


AntManBee - 9-1-2005 at 18:34

Apples in Stereo - Fun Trick Noisemaker
Cannibal Ox - The Cold Vein
New Pornographers - Mass Romantic
Sleater-Kinney - All Hands on the Bad One
Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti - Doldrums
Smog - Dongs of Sevotion


nome - 9-1-2005 at 20:04

the pixies - doolittle, however i am listening to each song 3 times because my itunes is being bizarre..


RadioEd - 10-1-2005 at 00:53

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

the pixies - doolittle, however i am listening to each song 3 times because my itunes is being bizarre..


still, that's no bad thing


RadioEd - 10-1-2005 at 01:15

sweet, media player just picked outdoor miner for my listening pleasure


Mercury Rising - 10-1-2005 at 09:36

The Message - Grandmaster Flash
Perfect Kiss - New Order
Weather With You - Crowded House
War Baby - Tom Robinson
All I Want Is You - U2
Revival - Mi Phi Mi
Born To Run - Broooooose
I Second That Emotion - Smokey Robinson
Word Up - Cameo
Way Over Yonder... - Billy Bragg
Slight Return - The Bluetones
ScoobySnacks - Fun Loving Criminals
Brother My Cup Is Empty -Nic Cave

Today's compilation was brought to me by the first of July 2000. And what a wild mixed up day it appears to have been.


slow riot - 10-1-2005 at 12:25


nome - 10-1-2005 at 12:28

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot



do my eyes decieve me or does that say nome?!


cheese&biscuits - 10-1-2005 at 12:30

weezer, the blue album
radiohead, pablo honey
killers, killers

but still waiting til i can play with my ipod, pfft!


slow riot - 10-1-2005 at 12:37

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

do my eyes decieve me or does that say nome?!


Yeh it does actually, but only as part of nomeansno, the bands name. The lack of spaces is probably some kind of Machiavellian post modern irony that I don't get, good music though.


Funky Fairy - 10-1-2005 at 12:55

Alfie Radio.


http://www.alfie.net/radio/


jazzy - 10-1-2005 at 14:02

bright eyes - i'm wide awake, it's morning

[Edited on 10-1-2005 by jazzy]


blown away - 10-1-2005 at 15:13

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

bright eyes - i'm wide awake, it's morning

[Edited on 10-1-2005 by jazzy]


brilliant

i'm listening to london calling at the moment


nome - 10-1-2005 at 16:35

today i have listened to all the bands beginning with the letter 'b' that i have on my itunes playlist - this has involved, the beach boys, the beatles, beck, the bees, the black keys, bloc party and now blur...


blown away - 10-1-2005 at 20:36

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

today i have listened to all the bands beginning with the letter 'b' that i have on my itunes playlist - this has involved, the beach boys, the beatles, beck, the bees, the black keys, bloc party and now blur...


no backstreet boys at all ?


RadioEd - 10-1-2005 at 21:02

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Machiavellian post modern irony that I don't get


is it really?


slow riot - 10-1-2005 at 21:04

Unlikely, though it sounds nice on paper.


Me & My - 11-1-2005 at 01:21

I'm listening to plenty of Kasabian at the moment, as wellas as albums by Minus, Wishbone Ash, and 'K' by Kula Shaker


Mercury Rising - 11-1-2005 at 08:18

Love - Forever Changes


jazzy - 11-1-2005 at 10:38

good call on the love front.

i'm listening to mwng by the super furry animals


Maverick - 11-1-2005 at 11:09

livin on a prayer...
good old radio 2!!


dulcie - 11-1-2005 at 11:14

a nice bit of jazz...the twin peaks soundtrack.


nome - 11-1-2005 at 12:05

Quote:
Originally posted by blown away

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

today i have listened to all the bands beginning with the letter 'b' that i have on my itunes playlist - this has involved, the beach boys, the beatles, beck, the bees, the black keys, bloc party and now blur...


no backstreet boys at all ?


i shouldn't admit to it but somewhere i have one of their albums on tape, sadly i don't own a tape player!


Mercury Rising - 11-1-2005 at 12:24

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

a nice bit of jazz...the twin peaks soundtrack.


Oh yes.


blown away - 11-1-2005 at 14:32

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

Quote:
Originally posted by blown away

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

today i have listened to all the bands beginning with the letter 'b' that i have on my itunes playlist - this has involved, the beach boys, the beatles, beck, the bees, the black keys, bloc party and now blur...


no backstreet boys at all ?


i shouldn't admit to it but somewhere i have one of their albums on tape, sadly i don't own a tape player!


I knew you had one somewhere so that must be the second time you admit it

I've got loads of shed seven and kula shaker on tape ....

right now i'm listening to Bruce Springsteen (I'm trying to keep the original spirit of the thread alive)


TC - 11-1-2005 at 14:43

right now ive got near wild heaven by rem on the radio


Funky Fairy - 11-1-2005 at 15:20

http://www.jrhunt.co.uk/easyworld/

the acoustic version of "a stain to never fade" brilliant.


jazzy - 11-1-2005 at 15:46

josh rouse - nashville

his new album which sounds rather splendiferous


girl.afraid - 12-1-2005 at 00:59

i am listening to two glasgow bands lots at the moment, who are both very good.

the first is jade whose music can be found here

and another band called amongst the arrows, you can listen to a song of theirs here

i know this may sound very pluggy, but it's not meant to be, just a little chance for people to listen to some local bands should they please

[Edited on 12-1-2005 by girl.afraid]


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 12-1-2005 at 18:26

Inspiral Carpets baby


Becka - 13-1-2005 at 12:20

Thanks to Lo I am now listening to Tori Amos - Smells Like Teen Spirit Thank you


Lo - 13-1-2005 at 12:23

Very welcome - I now need to get someone (Becka?) to send it to me, cos I'm back at uni and don't have any of the cool songs I had at home any more. Grr.

Right now: Coheed & Cambria - A Favour House Atlantic (which I requested at Zest the other night - hoorah! Much funness was had when it was played).


Colin DIS - 13-1-2005 at 12:34

1) I Was A Human Bomb For The F.B.I. - Zombina & The Skeletones
2) I Love Rock & Roll - Zombina & The Skeletones
3) Senor Nachos - Dive Dive
4) Shaggy Vs. Rage Aginst The Machine (mash-up)
5) Franz Ferdinand Vs. Missy Elliott (mash-up)


Colin DIS - 13-1-2005 at 14:01

Quote:
Originally posted by Cleverest_of_monkeys

Inspiral Carpets baby


You coming to see Tom Hingley in Chelmsford Colin?


Colin DIS - 13-1-2005 at 14:04

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

http://www.jrhunt.co.uk/easyworld/

the acoustic version of "a stain to never fade" brilliant.


Have you got an MP3 of their Enjoy The Silence cover?


Funky Fairy - 13-1-2005 at 14:27

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

http://www.jrhunt.co.uk/easyworld/

the acoustic version of "a stain to never fade" brilliant.


Have you got an MP3 of their Enjoy The Silence cover?

no i don't but i didn't actually know that it existed. i want it!


Mercury Rising - 17-1-2005 at 09:34

Compilation cd from Danielle, which is mighty fine.


Jon - 18-1-2005 at 13:33

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Right now: Coheed & Cambria - A Favour House Atlantic (which I requested at Zest the other night - hoorah! Much funness was had when it was played).


am currently digging this very track which is pukka

also this rather interesting version of the current Mooney Suzuki single
http://www.gohomeproductions.co.uk/audio/ghp_alive_and_nellified.mp3

and...

'Black Honey' by Mainline...top stuff!!!!


Maverick - 19-1-2005 at 11:24

Kate Bush!!


Colin DIS - 19-1-2005 at 12:14

The End Of A Beautiful Career - Angelica


citizen_erased - 19-1-2005 at 16:25

Scraping the bottom of the barrel now.

Gorillaz album
The Hives - Tyrannasarus Hives


rose_is_rose - 19-1-2005 at 17:11

Quote:
Originally posted by citizen_erased

Scraping the bottom of the barrel now.

Gorillaz album
The Hives - Tyrannasarus Hives


aww....i empathize, been there many a time!

i am listening to:

my bloody valentine - isnt anything
the fiery furnaces - blueberry boat
andrew bird's new one


jazzy - 19-1-2005 at 17:14

the futureheads - the futureheads
bright eyes - digital ash in a digital urn
ed harcourt - here be monsters
talib kweli - the beautiful struggle


Vive Le Rock - 19-1-2005 at 17:18

Hood - 'Outside Closer'
The Organ - 'Grab That Gun'
Adam & The Ants - 'Zerox'


slow riot - 19-1-2005 at 17:23

(still) hungover listening:

of Montreal - The Gay Parade
ES - Kaikkeuden Kauneus Ja Käsittämättömyys
Colin Meloy Sings Morrissey


Funky Fairy - 19-1-2005 at 17:25

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot


Kaikkeuden Kauneus Ja Käsittämättömyys

what does that mean?


slow riot - 19-1-2005 at 17:26

absolutely no idea, great album though.


Funky Fairy - 19-1-2005 at 17:30

i quite like the sound of the funny words when i try to prononce them!

[Edited on 19-1-2005 by Funky Fairy]


AntManBee - 19-1-2005 at 17:33

I just had a go too. Gibberish

Is it Finnish Mark?


slow riot - 19-1-2005 at 17:37

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

I just had a go too. Gibberish

Is it Finnish Mark?


Indeed it is, good spot. There's no real lyrical focus so I can't help you on pronounciation though.


RadioEd - 19-1-2005 at 19:09

blur - 13

it's been a while
but it's great
although tender is still too long....


Mercury Rising - 20-1-2005 at 08:29

Brought to you by way of Adam's noodling around service, Kaikkeuden Kauneus Ja Käsittämättömyys means The Beauty And Inconceivableness Of Everything. But I'm not sure how to pronounce it either.


Maverick - 20-1-2005 at 10:16

seal, kiss from a rose, unplugged... honestly!


Mercury Rising - 20-1-2005 at 11:21

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

seal, kiss from a rose, unplugged... honestly!


Lovely ... honestly.


cherry_blossom_pig - 20-1-2005 at 12:25

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

seal, kiss from a rose, unplugged... honestly!


choon...

right now im listening to ceremony by joy division.


Hollis Brown - 20-1-2005 at 13:15

Gorilla- The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band


Mercury Rising - 20-1-2005 at 13:19

Quote:
Originally posted by Hollis Brown

Gorilla- The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band



Woo hoo - 'lord snooty and his pals tap-dancing'


if_only_ralph_were_real - 20-1-2005 at 13:54

The Subways


dulcie - 20-1-2005 at 16:16

client - in the city


kittykat - 20-1-2005 at 16:21

broken social scene - feel good lost


jazzy - 20-1-2005 at 16:26

annie - anniemal
secret machines - now here is nowhere
run the road (grime compliation)


kittykat - 20-1-2005 at 16:26

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

annie - anniemal


truly awful title. what's it like?


dulcie - 20-1-2005 at 16:28

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

broken social scene - feel good lost


wow. i love that album.


kittykat - 20-1-2005 at 16:35

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

broken social scene - feel good lost


wow. i love that album.


it really is great. i picked up their other album for 70p can you believe and completely fell for them.


jazzy - 20-1-2005 at 16:38

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

annie - anniemal


truly awful title. what's it like?


in a cool, commercial pop way - really good. but yeah, awful title!


jazzy - 20-1-2005 at 16:38

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

secret machines - now here is nowhere


i wonder if brandon will be angry with me...


dulcie - 20-1-2005 at 16:38

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

broken social scene - feel good lost


wow. i love that album.


it really is great. i picked up their other album for 70p can you believe and completely fell for them.


i've got 'you forgot it in people' ...is there another album then...?


kittykat - 20-1-2005 at 16:42

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

broken social scene - feel good lost


wow. i love that album.


it really is great. i picked up their other album for 70p can you believe and completely fell for them.


i've got 'you forgot it in people' ...is there another album then...?


i'm not sure, don't think so. 'lover's spit' and 'anthems for a seventeen year-old girl' on that album are just brilliant, so lush.


kittykat - 20-1-2005 at 17:11

oh my god. the arcade fire album is amazing.


dulcie - 20-1-2005 at 17:25

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

oh my god. the arcade fire album is amazing.


yes. fact.


Vive Le Rock - 20-1-2005 at 17:27

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

oh my god. the arcade fire album is amazing.


yes. fact.




AntManBee - 20-1-2005 at 23:34

Neko Case - Blacklisted
Loretta Lynn - Van Lear Rose
Black Mountain - Black Mountain


*Miss World* - 21-1-2005 at 00:54

Hey Joe - Jimi Hendrix


Mercury Rising - 21-1-2005 at 08:25

The Open


Lo - 21-1-2005 at 08:27

Woke up this morning to the Scissor Sisters Filthy/Gorgeous. Great, now I'm gonna have it in my head all day .


Maverick - 21-1-2005 at 14:37

siouxie and the banshees 'hong kong garden'


Vodkasheri - 21-1-2005 at 15:36

Bodies - The Sex Pistols
Drop it like it's hot - Snoop
Lovers in the back seat - Scissor Sisters
Iron Cobra - Raging Speedhorn
Getaway - The Music
Train of Flesh - Turbonegro

So few tracks mainly because the 20 odd i put on my mp3 player unbeknownst to me had licences on them.Dog eggs!

[Edited on 21-1-2005 by Vodkasheri]


Me & My - 21-1-2005 at 23:03

as much Towers of London as I can find on the net


EternalLife - 21-1-2005 at 23:04

Bill Bailey


Jon - 21-1-2005 at 23:10

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

Bill Bailey

i'm with you on that one

the washing up bowl scene at the end is funny as fuck. The Dandy Warhols track in the background just makes it

"i will not look at titties for a year"


*Miss World* - 22-1-2005 at 11:12

Indie Boys (Don't Deserve It) - Queens of Noize


hazey jane - 22-1-2005 at 13:04

sons and daughters - love the cup


hazey jane - 22-1-2005 at 13:05

Quote:
Originally posted by Vodkasheri

Drop it like it's hot - Snoop
[Edited on 21-1-2005 by Vodkasheri]


i've gotta admit...i like that song! think it's the percussion...is it done with voices? very catchy indeed


Mercury Rising - 22-1-2005 at 15:12

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

Bill Bailey

i'm with you on that one

the washing up bowl scene at the end is funny as fuck. The Dandy Warhols track in the background just makes it

"i will not look at titties for a year"


Arsebiscuits, that was on tv last night and I forgot about it.


jazzy - 22-1-2005 at 15:19

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Indie Boys (Don't Deserve It) - Queens of Noize


they've done a single? shitting crikey....


*Miss World* - 22-1-2005 at 15:26

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Indie Boys (Don't Deserve It) - Queens of Noize


they've done a single? shitting crikey....


They sure have, although it appears neither of them can sing, but it has that electro/poppy/indie thing going on...


hazey jane - 22-1-2005 at 19:04

my best of radiohead cd! killer cars (live australian version) is on at the moment. i feel like i've been neglecting thom and co for some time now, and it's time to make amends.


nome - 22-1-2005 at 19:32

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Indie Boys (Don't Deserve It) - Queens of Noize


they've done a single? shitting crikey....


Queens of noize are so fucking irritating, i saw them presenting some MTV thing and wanted to through the tv out of the window...or turn over the channel which would be a whole lot less destructive...


dulcie - 23-1-2005 at 00:15

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Indie Boys (Don't Deserve It) - Queens of Noize


they've done a single? shitting crikey....


Queens of noize are so fucking irritating, i saw them presenting some MTV thing and wanted to through the tv out of the window...or turn over the channel which would be a whole lot less destructive...


seconded. one of them looks like a horse. on crack.


*Miss World* - 23-1-2005 at 00:16

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Indie Boys (Don't Deserve It) - Queens of Noize


they've done a single? shitting crikey....


Queens of noize are so fucking irritating, i saw them presenting some MTV thing and wanted to through the tv out of the window...or turn over the channel which would be a whole lot less destructive...


seconded. one of them looks like a horse. on crack.



xjohnx - 23-1-2005 at 03:44

joan baez's ciover of Pretty Boy Ffloyd

now theres someone who can sing!!


jesus - 23-1-2005 at 12:15

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

one of them looks like a horse. on crack.


that's my problem with them, they're annoying as fuck but i could cope with that if they were fit, which they're not. one of them is almost fit, but that's in the same way as the latest manics album is 'almost' good.

anyway, i'm listening to the new iron and wine ep. it's great.


Hollis Brown - 23-1-2005 at 15:41

Quote:
Originally posted by xjohnx

joan baez's ciover of Pretty Boy Ffloyd

now theres someone who can sing!!


Agreed!!! I listened to the duet she did with Bob Dylan in 1964 at the Philharmonic Hall on one of his live recordings. I've never had a problem with his voice but the contrast was a bit uncomfortable.


Lo - 23-1-2005 at 16:08

Breaking Benjamin - So Cold. Pretty cool. I'm on a random sounds tip at the moment. Wonder what'll be next...


xjohnx - 23-1-2005 at 16:38

Quote:
Originally posted by Hollis Brown

Quote:
Originally posted by xjohnx

joan baez's ciover of Pretty Boy Ffloyd

now theres someone who can sing!!


Agreed!!! I listened to the duet she did with Bob Dylan in 1964 at the Philharmonic Hall on one of his live recordings. I've never had a problem with his voice but the contrast was a bit uncomfortable.


hmm i imagine it would be, her voice is so.. piercing if thats the right word for it, i'd think bob would be bit overshadowed


Jon - 23-1-2005 at 23:29

not very indie i appreciate...but i'm currently spinning shedloads of Fear Factory in my car at the moment


Mercury Rising - 24-1-2005 at 08:48

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

not very indie i appreciate...but i'm currently spinning shedloads of Fear Factory in my car at the moment


currently at the moment?

I was listening to Electric Soft Parade on the way in today.


Lo - 24-1-2005 at 15:44

Continuing the 'bands that start with the word Electric' theme, I'm listening to Electric Light Orchestra right now. Shit, Secret Messages was released when I was two.

I've been listening to some more Kings Of Leon recently, and a bit of the Vines. I think I prefer KOL.

And just random stuff. It's actually changed now to Rachel Stevens. Goodness.


Maverick - 24-1-2005 at 15:50

CDs I played in Sunday's protracted lie in for peace protest.

The Stone Roses - Second Coming
The Streets - Original Pirate Material
Fun Lovin' Criminals - Come Find Yourself
theaudience - theaudience

and top 5 tunes enjoyed most from those:

1. the streets - weak become heroes
2. the stone roses - good times
3. fun lovin' criminals - i can't get with that (schmoove version)
4. the stone roses - breaking into heaven
5. fun lovin' criminals - the fun lovin' criminal


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 24-1-2005 at 23:36

A complimation album called Rocket Girl - its really pretty good


Jon - 26-1-2005 at 19:15

Head Automatica - Decadence


*Miss World* - 26-1-2005 at 19:31

Pornography by Client


girl.afraid - 26-1-2005 at 19:39

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Indie Boys (Don't Deserve It) - Queens of Noize


they've done a single? shitting crikey....


Queens of noize are so fucking irritating, i saw them presenting some MTV thing and wanted to through the tv out of the window...or turn over the channel which would be a whole lot less destructive...


seconded. one of them looks like a horse. on crack.




queens of noize- proof that you CAN sleep your way to the top


Colin DIS - 26-1-2005 at 19:42

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

not very indie i appreciate...but i'm currently spinning shedloads of Fear Factory in my car at the moment


Post De/Re-Manufacture era?

My current is the superb Jocasta album 'No Conincidence'

[Edited on 26-1-2005 by Colin DIS]


Lo - 26-1-2005 at 19:55

Right now: My Hometown by the Wannadies.


AntManBee - 26-1-2005 at 22:41

Not concurrently, but listening this evening has included:

LCD Soundsystem - s/t
Beck's latest
Idlewild's Warnings Promises (at least I think that's what it's called)
The Radio Dept. - This Past Week EP
Low - The Great Destroyer


Mercury Rising - 27-1-2005 at 08:20

I've been listening to my lovely compilation from Danielle and my lovely compilation from Kat.


BlackStar - 27-1-2005 at 10:00

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon



I was listening to Electric Soft Parade on the way in today.



good choice!


Funky Fairy - 27-1-2005 at 10:59

Bell X1
New Rhodes


cheese&biscuits - 27-1-2005 at 11:08

hee hee hee listening to Tenacious D in the library on ipod..............i laugh because i started humming really loudly and the girl sitting next to me got up and left! ................yep i am bored.........


Lo - 27-1-2005 at 11:27

Needed a relaxing moment so I'm currently listening to Mozart's Clarinet Concerto in A Major - apparently . I'm on the first movement, which is rather nice. Sounds like something out of a period drama.
Which reminds me, I started watching Wilde last night, maybe I'll finish it today..


EternalLife - 27-1-2005 at 12:19

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Which reminds me, I started watching Wilde last night, maybe I'll finish it today..


Good film

And I'm listening to Machine Head - From This Day


*Miss World* - 27-1-2005 at 12:36

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Pornography by Client


Again.

Can't work out what it is about this song but it's so addictive...


Colin DIS - 27-1-2005 at 12:51

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Which reminds me, I started watching Wilde last night, maybe I'll finish it today..


Good film

And I'm listening to Machine Head - From This Day


'Try to see, believe this in me, the pain that I feel deep inside!!!!' Adore that tune.

For me it is :-

'One More Page Of Insincerity Please' (Live) by Veruca Salt
'Devil In Me' - 22-20's
Straight Outta Compton (NWA cover) - Nina Gordon

[Edited on 27-1-2005 by Colin DIS]


EternalLife - 27-1-2005 at 13:01

Quote:
Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

And I'm listening to Machine Head - From This Day


'Try to see, believe this in me, the pain that I feel deep inside!!!!' Adore that tune.





And now I'm listening to Rammstein - Zwitter

Inappropriate thoughts of Till Lindemann remain...


kittykat - 27-1-2005 at 14:27

the dears - no cities left


dulcie - 27-1-2005 at 14:47

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

the dears - no cities left


brilliant.

youth movie sountrack strategies - hurrah...


jazzy - 27-1-2005 at 14:47

bloc party - silent alarm


dulcie - 27-1-2005 at 14:47

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Pornography by Client


Again.

Can't work out what it is about this song but it's so addictive...


get the album. it's really good.


Jon - 27-1-2005 at 17:43

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Which reminds me, I started watching Wilde last night, maybe I'll finish it today..


Good film

And I'm listening to Machine Head - From This Day


'Try to see, believe this in me, the pain that I feel deep inside!!!!' Adore that tune.


Me too!!!!!


Jon - 27-1-2005 at 17:44

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon



I was listening to Electric Soft Parade on the way in today.



good choice!


no i wasn't!

[Edited on 27-1-2005 by Jon]


Jon - 27-1-2005 at 18:18

today's listening...toppest (!) tracks


The Girls - Zebra Jeans
The Others - Lackey
!!! - Hello is this thing on?
Pavement - cut your hair
Jesus lizard - Puss
Vacation - Destitute Prostitutes
doves - Black and White Town
Every Time I Die - I Been Gone A Long time
Head Automatica - Beating Heart Baby


Mercury Rising - 28-1-2005 at 09:36

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon



I was listening to Electric Soft Parade on the way in today.



good choice!


no i wasn't!

[Edited on 27-1-2005 by Jon]


I'm not sure what went on there but you seem to have become me for a bit.


Jon - 28-1-2005 at 10:19

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

I'm not sure what went on there but you seem to have become me for a bit.


what's it like? what are the hours? ...and do i get a lunchbreak?


Mercury Rising - 28-1-2005 at 10:26

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

I'm not sure what went on there but you seem to have become me for a bit.


what's it like? what are the hours? ...and do i get a lunchbreak?



The hours are fabulous, although some of the minutes drag on a bit.

ka-boom tisch.


and we'll be having none of this Tottenham busines, either.


[Edited on 28-1-2005 by Mercury Rising]


Mercury Rising - 28-1-2005 at 13:35

I've been listening to some very fine tracks by Low which you can get to here


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 28-1-2005 at 13:39

Relationship of Command by At The Drive-In


Carl - 28-1-2005 at 14:01

The Mighty Diamonds- Right Time LP
Dr. Alimantado - Best Dressed Chicken in Town LP

Both are superb.


kittykat - 28-1-2005 at 15:04

mystery jets - alas agnes


BlackStar - 28-1-2005 at 15:07

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I was listening to Electric Soft Parade on the way in today.



good choice!


no i wasn't!

[Edited on 27-1-2005 by Jon]


I'm not sure what went on there but you seem to have become me for a bit.



oops


*Miss World* - 29-1-2005 at 15:53

Still in Love Song - The Stills

(in my head..!)


AntManBee - 29-1-2005 at 16:10

Willy Mason - Where the Humans Eat
Laura Veirs - Carbon Glacier
Bright Eyes - Digital Ash.../I'm Wide Awake...
Radio Dept. - Pulling Our Weight EP
Sun Kil Moon - Ghosts of the Great Highway


girl.afraid - 29-1-2005 at 16:30

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie


youth movie sountrack strategies - hurrah...


<3

i adore this band.


girl.afraid - 29-1-2005 at 17:39

Quote:
Originally posted by mrk

Le Tigre - TKO Can't wait to see them march, oh yes.


oh i really want to see them. they're playing the best little tiny venue just down the road from my house. which i bet means the tickets sold out ages ago

four tet. beautiful four tet.


EternalLife - 29-1-2005 at 17:44

Saturday Sun - Nick Drake


*Miss World* - 29-1-2005 at 17:48

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Still in Love Song - The Stills

(in my head..!)


I have got to buy the album - this song is driving me crazy!


AntManBee - 29-1-2005 at 17:53

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

Saturday Sun - Nick Drake


...which is, strangely enough, a very good song for a Sunday morning.


EternalLife - 29-1-2005 at 17:55

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

Saturday Sun - Nick Drake


...which is, strangely enough, a very good song for a Sunday morning.


Hmm...yes it is Nick Drake is great for Sunday mornings.


AntManBee - 29-1-2005 at 18:39

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

Saturday Sun - Nick Drake


...which is, strangely enough, a very good song for a Sunday morning.


Hmm...yes it is Nick Drake is great for Sunday mornings.


Or just plain great


EternalLife - 29-1-2005 at 20:23

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

Saturday Sun - Nick Drake


...which is, strangely enough, a very good song for a Sunday morning.


Hmm...yes it is Nick Drake is great for Sunday mornings.


Or just plain great


That too


nome - 29-1-2005 at 20:42

at the moment it's the cure but today i have listened to -
bright eyes, bloc party, broken social scene, the shins - although i have somewhat od-ed on them, pulp and an assorted mix of mtv 'hits' while in the gym!


AntManBee - 30-1-2005 at 11:00

Today's projected listening includes Thirteen Senses, Wilco, Van Morrison, with a bit of Ryan Adams and Robert Johnson thrown in for good measure.


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 30-1-2005 at 13:51

right now its a bit of Finch


cheese&biscuits - 30-1-2005 at 15:07

i have got "remember me".........by The Zutons, on repeat on itunes.........think i might have a problem............it has been like this for about 2 days now............still not fed up with it!


*Miss World* - 30-1-2005 at 15:17

'Crazy' - Patsy Cline


nome - 30-1-2005 at 16:00

a selection of the beatles stuff because i wanted some cheery and happy music

actually i take that back - i'm listening to the wonderful eleanor rigby - it's not exactly the cheeriest song though?!

[Edited on 30-1-2005 by nome]


if_only_ralph_were_real - 30-1-2005 at 16:25

Chemical Brothers- Believe (feat Kele Okereke)


alex - 30-1-2005 at 17:04

Don't Touch Me - Bettye Swann
Crayon - Manitoba
Thief's Theme - Nas ft. Rising Son

need to do work


Jon - 30-1-2005 at 17:40

Feeder - Feeling a Moment <-----AWESOME!
LCD Soundsystem - Daft Punk are playing in my house
Queens of the Stone Age - Little Sister
Black Velvets - 3345
Head Automatica - Brooklyn Is Burning
Ian Brown - My Star
Mainline - Black Honey
Garbage - Supervixen
Style Council - Walls Come Tumbling Down
Cast - Finetime
Black Grape - Tramazi Parti


*Miss World* - 30-1-2005 at 17:49

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Garbage - Supervixen




Jon - 30-1-2005 at 20:07

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Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Garbage - Supervixen






Lo - 30-1-2005 at 20:21

Right now, a selection of lovely Morcheeba stuffs.

In the walkman is an MD containing Lo-Fidelity Allstars' Don't Be Afraid Of Love, Fischerspooner's #1 and Lucky 7's, erm, Lucky 7.


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 30-1-2005 at 20:35

my bumming around in my crap bedroom music is currently Logic Will Break Your Heart by The Stills which I'm quite enjoying.


Mercury Rising - 31-1-2005 at 00:10

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon


Style Council - Walls Come Tumbling Down


woohoo! 'blah blah blah easy listening lost all of his anger after the jam sad wanky jazz blah blah blah' Utter bollox the lot of it. Fabulous song, big brassy bold and loud. Used to be last song of the night every night at Club Venceremos when I was at UEA.


*Miss World* - 31-1-2005 at 14:45

Quote:
Originally posted by Cleverest_of_monkeys

my bumming around in my crap bedroom music is currently Logic Will Break Your Heart by The Stills which I'm quite enjoying.


I'm going to buy that today - 'Still in Love Song' hasn't left my head for days. I absolutely love it!


dexterpanik - 31-1-2005 at 14:47

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Originally posted by *Miss World*

Quote:
Originally posted by Cleverest_of_monkeys

my bumming around in my crap bedroom music is currently Logic Will Break Your Heart by The Stills which I'm quite enjoying.


I'm going to buy that today - 'Still in Love Song' hasn't left my head for days. I absolutely love it!

a brame favourite if memory serves.

noted.


*Miss World* - 31-1-2005 at 14:48

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Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

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Originally posted by Cleverest_of_monkeys

my bumming around in my crap bedroom music is currently Logic Will Break Your Heart by The Stills which I'm quite enjoying.


I'm going to buy that today - 'Still in Love Song' hasn't left my head for days. I absolutely love it!

a brame favourite if memory serves.

noted.


How on earth did you know that?!


jtack - 31-1-2005 at 21:22

currently doing reviews for the rabbit, so the forthcoming releases by arcade fire and electric six


Lo - 31-1-2005 at 21:37

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Originally posted by mrk

Mindless Self Indulgence - Futures

Fuck, my friend has had "Mindless Self Indulgence..." written on the top of his online thingybob for ages now. At least I think I know where it's from now.


Lo - 31-1-2005 at 23:28

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Originally posted by mrk

2 minutes songs, vocals from a pink haired man with a thousand voices, stupid 200bpm techno beats, incoherent lyrics...

Yup, sounds totally like Jared's kind of thing .

Currently listening to Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger - which I really hope someone plays either tomorrow night (hint? I'll pay lots of money?) or on Saturday at Discord. I neeeeed to dance, and will need to dance even more after tomorrow's activities.

Also, I've just tidied up my C drive a bit, and as a result have been re-making my winamp playlists because all the, erm, path thingies are fucked up now! It's fun though, getting to listen to some stuff I've not heard for a while .


Jon - 31-1-2005 at 23:30

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Quote:
Originally posted by Cleverest_of_monkeys

my bumming around in my crap bedroom music is currently Logic Will Break Your Heart by The Stills which I'm quite enjoying.


I'm going to buy that today - 'Still in Love Song' hasn't left my head for days. I absolutely love it!

a brame favourite if memory serves.

noted.


How on earth did you know that?!



he kept asking for it at Fever!


*Miss World* - 31-1-2005 at 23:32

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Quote:
Originally posted by Cleverest_of_monkeys

my bumming around in my crap bedroom music is currently Logic Will Break Your Heart by The Stills which I'm quite enjoying.


I'm going to buy that today - 'Still in Love Song' hasn't left my head for days. I absolutely love it!

a brame favourite if memory serves.

noted.


How on earth did you know that?!



he kept asking for it at Fever!


Wow, you have a good memory!


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 31-1-2005 at 23:34

I need to listen to more Erasure i think. Mr Trousers help me out?


Farmer of Cockney - 31-1-2005 at 23:36

Erasure did some good stuff. Though I think people wise, they're a bunch of cunts.


*Miss World* - 31-1-2005 at 23:57

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Quote:
Originally posted by Cleverest_of_monkeys

my bumming around in my crap bedroom music is currently Logic Will Break Your Heart by The Stills which I'm quite enjoying.


I'm going to buy that today - 'Still in Love Song' hasn't left my head for days. I absolutely love it!


I'm listening to it again - every now and again this happens and I go completely mad over a song. I'm not going to be able to sleep tonight!


Mercury Rising - 1-2-2005 at 08:15

I was persisiting with the Athlete single last night because I kept reading that it was a grower but the only thing that grew on me was the thought that they'd been listening to bedshaped. It's a pleasant enough song (as is bedshaped) but I've read some raves about it and I don't get it.

This morning's walk to work:-

White Shirt - The Charlatans
We Hate It When Our Friends Become Succesful - Morrisey
The More You Ignore Me The Closer I Get - Morrisey
Suedehead - Morrisey
Dying For More - The Wannadies
I Love You (Listen To This) - Dexy's Midnight Runners
Your Secrets - Belle and Sebastian
Inside Of Me - Little Steven
Teenage Kicks - The Undertones
Might Be Stars - The Wannadies
Drop Dead Gorgeous - Republica
Man Out Of Time - Elvis Costello


Lo - 1-2-2005 at 08:54

Wondered if The Big Kids had done a sneaky cover (see the remind everyone of a great song thread), so downloaded I'm Bored by Iggy Pop. It's good, but it's not the one .


EternalLife - 1-2-2005 at 12:20

R.E.M. - The Apologist

I love this song!


kittykat - 1-2-2005 at 18:25

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

R.E.M. - The Apologist

I love this song!


i listened to up for the first time in ages the other night, i'd forgotten how good it was.

currently listening to rilo kiley - more adventurous


Colin DIS - 2-2-2005 at 12:16

I Need You Back - Ben Kweller
Tulips - Bloc Party
Take Me Out - Franz Ferdinand (silly catchy)
Devil In Me - 22-20's.... (also sooo stupidly catchy!)

[Edited on 2-2-2005 by Colin DIS]


Maverick - 2-2-2005 at 12:17

STERANKO!!!
*The Decision
*Geek Power


jazzy - 2-2-2005 at 12:51

...and you'll know us by the trail of dead - worlds apart


dexterpanik - 2-2-2005 at 13:27

the very best of zeppelin. which is my current favourite led zeppelin album.

particularly getting down to immigrant song.


jamjizzle - 2-2-2005 at 14:17

stair way to heaven


cabo wabo - 2-2-2005 at 22:26

RADIOHEAD - Pablo Honey

THE BUZZCOCKS - Best Of

AMEN - Death Before Musik

SMITHS - Queen Is Dead

VAN HALEN - 5150


RadioEd - 3-2-2005 at 19:52

coco rosie


Lo - 3-2-2005 at 20:02

Making a groovy mix thing for the walkman. Currently it's Goddhopping by Dogs Die.... Before that was Glass Danse by The Faint, and next is Strict Machine by Goldfrapp. Nice .


Becka - 3-2-2005 at 20:12

R.E.M. - Up


if_only_ralph_were_real - 3-2-2005 at 20:37

Professor Pez


Jon - 3-2-2005 at 22:11

hole - miss world
soulwax - e talking
machine head - imperium
silverchair - anthem for the year 2000
kaiser chiefs - oh my god
bloc party - so here we are
soundgarden - jesus christ pose
mcalmont/butler - yes
the girls - zebra jeans
rolling stones - gimme shelter
babes in toyland - he's my thing


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 3-2-2005 at 22:55

Just listening to The Third Try - sound rather chilled and floaty good so far


Lo - 3-2-2005 at 23:13

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

soulwax - e talking

Rawk .

Barry White - Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe


Lo - 3-2-2005 at 23:16

Oh, fuckin' kickass, I've just put the Shaft theme on my compilation.


toiletduck - 4-2-2005 at 07:37

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

...and you'll know us by the trail of dead - worlds apart

How does this album compare to the previous?
The previous had some fantastic songs on it, Can I expect the same from Worlds Apart?


Colin DIS - 4-2-2005 at 12:44

Ditty - Dive Dive


Maverick - 4-2-2005 at 12:53

manic street preachers - little baby nothing


kittykat - 4-2-2005 at 12:54

gwen stefani - love angel music baby


*Miss World* - 5-2-2005 at 01:10

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

hole - miss world


Good stuff!


jtack - 5-2-2005 at 12:17

bonnie prince billy - i see a darkness
slint - spiderland
grand funk railroad - on time


RadioEd - 5-2-2005 at 16:52

assorted cure peel sessions


blown away - 5-2-2005 at 17:46

the holy bible


Jon - 5-2-2005 at 23:58

today i have been mostly listening to...

alice in chains - rooster
teenage fanclub - norman 3
cranes - jewel
franz ferdinand - auf asche
buzzcocks - autonomy
velvet revolver - slither
flyscreen - hey mickey!
80's matchbox b-line disaster - celebrate your mother
new order - bizarre love triangle
rage against the machine - bombtrack
super furry animals - god show me magic


Lo - 6-2-2005 at 09:19

Nice pleasant stuff:

Finley Quaye - Even After All
Harry Connick Jr - On the Street Where You Live
Coldplay - See You Soon
James Iha - Silver String
John Denver - Fly Like An Eagle
Calypso
Some weird live cover of Blackbird
Morcheeba - The Sea
Enjoy the Wait
Diggin' a Watery Grave
Idlewild - Let Me Sleep (Next to the Mirror)


toiletduck - 6-2-2005 at 09:43

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Idlewild - Let Me Sleep (Next to the Mirror)

ooo, quite possibly their best ever song


AntManBee - 6-2-2005 at 10:15

The Duke Spirit - Cuts Across the Land
Manitoba - Up in Flames
The Books - Food for Thought
The Wrens - Meadowlands
The Boredoms - Vision Creation Newsun


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 6-2-2005 at 10:28

Easyworld - this is where i stand


cheese&biscuits - 6-2-2005 at 14:01

london underground.....i dont know who it is by, a friend msn'd it to me......very funny tho.......tells the tube drivers to shove their oyster cards up their arse holes........just being evil about the tube drivers....not that they dont deserve it!


RadioEd - 6-2-2005 at 17:16

the fall - 50,000 fall fans can't be wrong

the fall are great


RadioEd - 6-2-2005 at 17:17

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

The Wrens - Meadowlands


good call sir


Lo - 6-2-2005 at 19:12

Quote:
Originally posted by mrk

Bush - Everything Zen

Fuck yeah .


Jon - 6-2-2005 at 19:41

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Quote:
Originally posted by mrk

Bush - Everything Zen

Fuck yeah .


...and a double fuck yeah from me too


Lo - 6-2-2005 at 20:01

I downloaded 16 Stone earlier as a result of this thread. I feel like I'm 15 again .

Also getting Golden State - this could be interesting, I've not heard any recent Bush since Razorblade Suitcase...

[Edited on 6/2/2005 by Lo]


cheese&biscuits - 6-2-2005 at 20:10

muse absolution......really loudly cos i am annoyed


toiletduck - 6-2-2005 at 21:11

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Quote:
Originally posted by mrk

Fuck yeah .


...and a double fuck yeah from me too


reminds me of the comedy classic, Team America


Lo - 6-2-2005 at 22:10

Quote:
Originally posted by mrk

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

I downloaded 16 Stone earlier as a result of this thread. I feel like I'm 15 again .

Also getting Golden State - this could be interesting, I've not heard any recent Bush since Razorblade Suitcase...

Ignorance is bliss, don't poison the memory,

I would have been prepared to agree if I'd seen this before I got Golden State - and although I've only heard a few songs off it, I really like one - Head Full Of Ghosts - it's really cool! Prettier than before, if that's the right word.


Lo - 6-2-2005 at 22:11

Quote:
Originally posted by toiletduck

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Idlewild - Let Me Sleep (Next to the Mirror)

ooo, quite possibly their best ever song

And I meant to say earlier - yes, it certainly is one of their best . I can't wait to get the new album. Ooh, isn't that out soon?


toiletduck - 6-2-2005 at 23:17

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Quote:
Originally posted by toiletduck

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Idlewild - Let Me Sleep (Next to the Mirror)

ooo, quite possibly their best ever song

And I meant to say earlier - yes, it certainly is one of their best . I can't wait to get the new album. Ooh, isn't that out soon?

Yup it isnt long now, and I do like the new Single quite a bit now too


Maverick - 7-2-2005 at 12:55

Blak Twang - Kik Off
Dead Kennedys - Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables
Small Faces - Here Comes The Nice
Peaches - The Teaches Of Peaches
The Kinks - Lola


Funky Fairy - 7-2-2005 at 12:59

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Dead Kennedys - Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables

i like the Dead kennedys. that is all.


Maverick - 7-2-2005 at 13:01

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Dead Kennedys - Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables

i like the Dead kennedys. that is all.


good band, although personally I think 'Give Me Convenience Or Give Me Death' has better songs on; the version of 'Holiday In Cambodia' on it is certainly more powerful.


Funky Fairy - 7-2-2005 at 13:03

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Dead Kennedys - Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables

i like the Dead kennedys. that is all.


good band, although personally I think 'Give Me Convenience Or Give Me Death' has better songs on; the version of 'Holiday In Cambodia' on it is certainly more powerful.

I've never owned any of their album's but Rob had them all and i used to listen to his! i had some tickets to see them a couple of years back. but they cancelled. bastards!


Maverick - 7-2-2005 at 13:04

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Dead Kennedys - Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables

i like the Dead kennedys. that is all.


good band, although personally I think 'Give Me Convenience Or Give Me Death' has better songs on; the version of 'Holiday In Cambodia' on it is certainly more powerful.

I've never owned any of their album's but Rob had them all and i used to listen to his! i had some tickets to see them a couple of years back. but they cancelled. bastards!


I think the singer Jello Biafra released a solo album in the last few years... he also fronted the band 'Lard'


Funky Fairy - 7-2-2005 at 13:06

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Dead Kennedys - Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables

i like the Dead kennedys. that is all.


good band, although personally I think 'Give Me Convenience Or Give Me Death' has better songs on; the version of 'Holiday In Cambodia' on it is certainly more powerful.

I've never owned any of their album's but Rob had them all and i used to listen to his! i had some tickets to see them a couple of years back. but they cancelled. bastards!


I think the singer Jello Biafra released a solo album in the last few years... he also fronted the band 'Lard'

yeah, i think he was the main reason they split up in the first place, something to do with as levi's advert and a million pounds? he does a lot of spoken word stuff, i've not heard any of it though.


Maverick - 7-2-2005 at 13:08

there's a monolgue on 'give me convenience...' entitled 'kinky sex makes the world go round' which is an incredibly, insightful and witty political diatribe. Tis great.


Funky Fairy - 7-2-2005 at 13:10

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

there's a monolgue on 'give me convenience...' entitled 'kinky sex makes the world go round' which is an incredibly, insightful and witty political diatribe. Tis great.

I'm fairly sure he does a lot of lectures in london, and tehre are cd's available of said lectures. maybe worth looking into?


kittykat - 7-2-2005 at 13:48

the garden state soundtrack


Vive Le Rock - 7-2-2005 at 16:14

'Pull My Strings' on 'Give Me Convienience..' is great! Especially as they did it at an awards ceremony with The Knack et al in the audience


nome - 7-2-2005 at 23:19

The Beatles - While My Guitar Gently Weeps it's beautiful..having a bit of a beatles phase at the mo!


AntManBee - 7-2-2005 at 23:34

Shellac - Terraform
The Bandits - And They Walked Away
Beulah - Yoko
Deerhoof - Reveille


Jon - 8-2-2005 at 01:26

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Dead Kennedys - Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables

i like the Dead kennedys. that is all.


good band, although personally I think 'Give Me Convenience Or Give Me Death' has better songs on; the version of 'Holiday In Cambodia' on it is certainly more powerful.

I've never owned any of their album's but Rob had them all and i used to listen to his! i had some tickets to see them a couple of years back. but they cancelled. bastards!


I think the singer Jello Biafra released a solo album in the last few years... he also fronted the band 'Lard'


they did a great tune called Forkboy


Jon - 8-2-2005 at 01:29

The Kills - No Wow (awesome album, love it!)

Lemon Jelly - '64-'95

Killswitch Engage - The End of Heartache

Hal - What A Lovely Dance


Lo - 8-2-2005 at 20:47

Something by Mozart but I don't know what. How cultured am I...

I really want some Dolly Mixtures.


cherry_blossom_pig - 8-2-2005 at 21:06

Powerpuff girls soundtrack

the futureheads - the futreheads


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 9-2-2005 at 06:18

Quote:
Originally posted by mrk

Manics - Archives Of Pain

My mp3 player doesn't want to play the holy bible in order, and it's not on shuffle,


This could be a sign. Not sure what. But it could be a sign.

Today I think I'm gonna listen to Modest Mouse coz I've not listened to it for a while


mojo - 9-2-2005 at 07:45

Led Zeppelin


jtack - 9-2-2005 at 09:47

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Dead Kennedys - Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables

i like the Dead kennedys. that is all.


good band, although personally I think 'Give Me Convenience Or Give Me Death' has better songs on; the version of 'Holiday In Cambodia' on it is certainly more powerful.

I've never owned any of their album's but Rob had them all and i used to listen to his! i had some tickets to see them a couple of years back. but they cancelled. bastards!


I think the singer Jello Biafra released a solo album in the last few years... he also fronted the band 'Lard'

yeah, i think he was the main reason they split up in the first place, something to do with as levi's advert and a million pounds? he does a lot of spoken word stuff, i've not heard any of it though.


jello biafra's spoken word stuff is quality, his take on political commentry is insiteful and often hilarious. even the stuff he did in the 80's is still worth listening to today.
he did an album with the melvins last year which wasn't bad


Funky Fairy - 9-2-2005 at 15:44

Quote:
Originally posted by jtack


jello biafra's spoken word stuff is quality, his take on political commentry is insiteful and often hilarious. even the stuff he did in the 80's is still worth listening to today.
he did an album with the melvins last year which wasn't bad

i might have to pilfer some of his stuff off of you mr jack!


citizen_erased - 11-2-2005 at 05:03

The Public - Ghosts
Xavier Floyd Firebird - Boss Man You Scare Me
Dead 60s - Riot Radio
The Futureheads - Carnival Kids
LCD Soundsystem - Daft Punk Is Playing At My House


i am sam - 11-2-2005 at 15:45

john peel's festive fifty 2002. brilliant stuff. i'm especially liking low and asa chang and junray.


I_am_real - 11-2-2005 at 23:36

the music - breakin

it's my afterwork special; I think my toothless duty supervisor will be angered by the dance I'm going to create tomorrow just for him. I may even attempt to create a move to represent his wife who hates him and is only in it for the kids, and maybe even his 1700 strong dvd collection. I don't know how I will conjure up such dance-moves, but tomorrow is a long day so I have plenty of time.


*Miss World* - 12-2-2005 at 18:57

"Don't Look Back into the Sun"


nome - 12-2-2005 at 19:17

willy mason - oxygen - i love this song but the other stuff i've downloaded of his doesn't seem quite as good..


AntManBee - 12-2-2005 at 19:41

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

willy mason - oxygen - i love this song but the other stuff i've downloaded of his doesn't seem quite as good..


"I got some white spread, cheese spread and some mayonnaise"

Not as good?


dulcie - 13-2-2005 at 01:11

for the past week i've been listening to a cd that sam (i_am) made me. it's brilliant.


BlackStar - 13-2-2005 at 23:00

rid of me- pj harvey


BlackStar - 13-2-2005 at 23:01

rid of me- pj harvey


Jon - 13-2-2005 at 23:18

Soundgarden - Superunknown
Public Image Ltd - Rise
Towers of London - On a Noose
The Bravery - Honest Mistake
LCD Soundsystem - Daft Punk is Playing at my House
Embrace - One Big Family
Happy Mondays - Hallelujah
Hole - Credit In The Straight World
Alice In Chains - No Excuses
Adam Ant - Physical
Stone Temple Pilots - Plush


cheese&biscuits - 14-2-2005 at 09:02

interpol........antics


Maverick - 14-2-2005 at 13:12

spent a lovely saturday afternoon in bed listening to
the charlatans - 'tellin' stories'
divine comedy - 'short album about love'
jimi hendrix - 'the best of' (my favourite hendrix album, of course)


*Miss World* - 14-2-2005 at 13:14

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

jimi hendrix - 'the best of' (my favourite hendrix album, of course)




jesus - 14-2-2005 at 13:18

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

"I got some white spread, cheese spread and some mayonnaise"


that's an awesome song.


cheese&biscuits - 14-2-2005 at 16:06

yay! now listening to the thirteen sense album.........the invitation......gosh martin is smashing at times....


Lo - 14-2-2005 at 16:08

The Offspring - Smash. Middle school-a-licious


if_only_ralph_were_real - 14-2-2005 at 20:02

A freajy cover of 'Lover I don't have to love'.........hmmmm its really quite pleading and painful to listen too.....


cheese&biscuits - 14-2-2005 at 22:59

martins guitar cos i broke itunes..........again


rose_is_rose - 15-2-2005 at 05:23

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

The Offspring - Smash. Middle school-a-licious


oh my god. i listened to that album so much in the seventh grade. my memory of it forever will be tied to the day that i was hanging out at my friend josh's house, and there were 8 or 9 of us in his room, and we listened to it at top volume and jumped on the bed and all over the room and each other. fantastic.


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 15-2-2005 at 07:59

just put on Pretty Girls Make Graves and Campag Velocet onto my mp3 player so will be giving those a close listen over the next few walks to work


bgwrig - 15-2-2005 at 10:31

Is it bad that I think the new stereophonics single is great? Sounds nothing like them, which probably explains it.
Loving the new K.T Tunstall single as well.
Try as I might, I just don't get Bloc party...sound like bloody shoegazers to me


dexterpanik - 15-2-2005 at 10:48

Quote:
Originally posted by bgwrig

Is it bad that I think the new stereophonics single is great? Sounds nothing like them, which probably explains it.

i haven't heard that song yet but that's the second person i've heard say it's really good.

stereophonics in 'getting good again' shocker???


Maverick - 15-2-2005 at 10:51

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by bgwrig

Is it bad that I think the new stereophonics single is great? Sounds nothing like them, which probably explains it.

i haven't heard that song yet but that's the second person i've heard say it's really good.

stereophonics in 'getting good again' shocker???


I just heard it and shared a joke with a colleague about how dull it was...


dexterpanik - 15-2-2005 at 10:53

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by bgwrig

Is it bad that I think the new stereophonics single is great? Sounds nothing like them, which probably explains it.

i haven't heard that song yet but that's the second person i've heard say it's really good.

stereophonics in 'getting good again' shocker???


I just heard it and shared a joke with a colleague about how dull it was...

laugh it then.

in other news, i listened to one plus one is one by badly drawn boy last night and thoroughly enjoyed it.


i am sam - 15-2-2005 at 10:54

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

for the past week i've been listening to a cd that sam (i_am) made me. it's brilliant.


but of course.


dexterpanik - 15-2-2005 at 12:12

Quote:
Originally posted by i am sam

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

for the past week i've been listening to a cd that sam (i_am) made me. it's brilliant.


but of course.

sam can you make me a brilliant cd too please?

[Edited on 15-2-2005 by dexterpanik]


girl.afraid - 17-2-2005 at 00:57

mclusky- to hell with good intentions
m83- america
the source- you've got the love
the korgies- everybody's gotta learn sometime

[Edited on 17-2-2005 by girl.afraid]


cherry_blossom_pig - 17-2-2005 at 01:36

rhythm and stealth - leftfield


*Miss World* - 17-2-2005 at 12:23

Someone in my office has put on the Damien Rice album. It's enough to make you want to slit your wrists...


jamjizzle - 17-2-2005 at 12:26

thats on my list of albums to buy


Vodkasheri - 17-2-2005 at 12:27

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Someone in my office has put on the Damien Rice album. It's enough to make you want to slit your wrists...


Go on, do it. That'll teach them, Damien Long Grain son of satan sent to bore us all to Hades with his dull music really shouldn't be encouraged at work. Or anywhere else for that matter.


cheese&biscuits - 17-2-2005 at 12:29

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Someone in my office has put on the Damien Rice album. It's enough to make you want to slit your wrists...


i think it is a beautiful album


Maverick - 17-2-2005 at 12:34

WILLIE MASON - OXYGEN!!


i am sam - 17-2-2005 at 12:38

i'm yet to hear this oxygen song, but i might go and buy it in my lunch break (because that's the kind of crazy risk that sometimes pays off). every time i read it, it makes me think of oxygen by jj72. which was an alright song. sadly, i think i sold my jj72 album at some point.

although i'm not actually sad about it.

[Edited on 17-2-2005 by i am sam]


if_only_ralph_were_real - 17-2-2005 at 13:09

I like Mr Rice although I do worry that my Grandad enjoys it too......but then he also enjoyed the White Stripes so I guess that just makes him kinda cool.....

Anyhoo


dexterpanik - 17-2-2005 at 13:31

Quote:
Originally posted by i am sam

i'm yet to hear this oxygen song, but i might go and buy it in my lunch break (because that's the kind of crazy risk that sometimes pays off). every time i read it, it makes me think of oxygen by jj72. which was an alright song. sadly, i think i sold my jj72 album at some point.

although i'm not actually sad about it.

[Edited on 17-2-2005 by i am sam]

sam, everything about jj72 is shite, and oxygen is so deeply rubbish that i am saddened at your appreciation of it. but i respect you for being strong in your views. and for liking keep the faith and joyride.


Lo - 17-2-2005 at 13:34

I quite like JJ72


nome - 17-2-2005 at 13:36

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

willy mason - oxygen - i love this song but the other stuff i've downloaded of his doesn't seem quite as good..


i take this back - i lurve this little man, and the video for oxygen is cute


Funky Fairy - 17-2-2005 at 13:39

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by i am sam

i'm yet to hear this oxygen song, but i might go and buy it in my lunch break (because that's the kind of crazy risk that sometimes pays off). every time i read it, it makes me think of oxygen by jj72. which was an alright song. sadly, i think i sold my jj72 album at some point.

although i'm not actually sad about it.

[Edited on 17-2-2005 by i am sam]

sam, everything about jj72 is shite, and oxygen is so deeply rubbish that i am saddened at your appreciation of it. but i respect you for being strong in your views. and for liking keep the faith and joyride.

JJ72 are great..... *shakes head*


Funky Fairy - 17-2-2005 at 13:41

The damian Rice album is really good aswell, its really delicate and nice. (Thats three bands that i like that i've had to stand up for today dammit)


Maverick - 17-2-2005 at 13:43

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik


sam, everything about jj72 is shite


everything except the prospect of the bassist, lying on the sofa at brook street, wearing nothing but a light drizzle of sweet chilli dipping sauce and a knowing smile.


i am sam - 17-2-2005 at 13:43

no, you see jj72 actually are rubbish. hence why i sold their album. but, they do make me smile for 2 reasons.

1. the summer when jj72 broke was actually a really good summer and jj72 were kind of unavoidable.
2. my sister does a hilarious impression of them.


dexterpanik - 17-2-2005 at 13:44

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by i am sam

i'm yet to hear this oxygen song, but i might go and buy it in my lunch break (because that's the kind of crazy risk that sometimes pays off). every time i read it, it makes me think of oxygen by jj72. which was an alright song. sadly, i think i sold my jj72 album at some point.

although i'm not actually sad about it.

[Edited on 17-2-2005 by i am sam]

sam, everything about jj72 is shite, and oxygen is so deeply rubbish that i am saddened at your appreciation of it. but i respect you for being strong in your views. and for liking keep the faith and joyride.

JJ72 are great..... *shakes head*

danielle in 'disagreeing with sam over musical taste, or possible lack thereof' shocker!!!


Funky Fairy - 17-2-2005 at 13:44

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik


sam, everything about jj72 is shite


everything except the prospect of the bassist, lying on the sofa at brook street, wearing nothing but a light drizzle of sweet chilli dipping sauce and a knowing smile.

and of course their music, which is good.


Funky Fairy - 17-2-2005 at 13:45

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by i am sam

i'm yet to hear this oxygen song, but i might go and buy it in my lunch break (because that's the kind of crazy risk that sometimes pays off). every time i read it, it makes me think of oxygen by jj72. which was an alright song. sadly, i think i sold my jj72 album at some point.

although i'm not actually sad about it.

[Edited on 17-2-2005 by i am sam]

sam, everything about jj72 is shite, and oxygen is so deeply rubbish that i am saddened at your appreciation of it. but i respect you for being strong in your views. and for liking keep the faith and joyride.

JJ72 are great..... *shakes head*

danielle in 'disagreeing with sam over musical taste, or possible lack thereof' shocker!!!

i think i'm starting to realise i've not got very good taste in music. but i don't care i like it!


Maverick - 17-2-2005 at 13:45

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik


sam, everything about jj72 is shite


everything except the prospect of the bassist, lying on the sofa at brook street, wearing nothing but a light drizzle of sweet chilli dipping sauce and a knowing smile.

and of course their music, which is good.


good for putting on in, if you are attempting to get people with taste to leave a party, perhaps


dexterpanik - 17-2-2005 at 13:47

Quote:
Originally posted by i am sam

no, you see jj72 actually are rubbish. hence why i sold their album. but, they do make me smile for 2 reasons.

1. the summer when jj72 broke was actually a really good summer and jj72 were kind of unavoidable.
2. my sister does a hilarious impression of them.

that's more like it. and yes that was a good summer, although when i was at reading they played oxygen by jj72 on the big screens approximately every 5 minutes. sometimes they even interrupted the band on stage so that they could play oxygen by jj72, seriously. which i found annoying. plus the fact that the chap was a whiny little shitehawk.

hamish -


Funky Fairy - 17-2-2005 at 13:48

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik


sam, everything about jj72 is shite


everything except the prospect of the bassist, lying on the sofa at brook street, wearing nothing but a light drizzle of sweet chilli dipping sauce and a knowing smile.

and of course their music, which is good.


good for putting on in, if you are attempting to get people with taste to leave a party, perhaps

Well you wouldn't play it at a party thats just silly, but its good nonetheless!


RadioEd - 17-2-2005 at 13:53

Maher Shalal Hash Baz - Return Visit To Rock Mass


Maverick - 17-2-2005 at 13:54

the summer of love, poppers, excessive fires and talentless shitehawks.


*Miss World* - 17-2-2005 at 22:27

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

The damian Rice album is really good aswell, its really delicate and nice.


Who wants 'delicate and nice'..?! It's depressing stuff.

And after we listened to that album, we listened to the Red Hot Chili Peppers - which is fine, but not on repeat for about 4 hours!

The next time I'm working in the main office I may have to play them some kind of 'decent music compilation'.


EternalLife - 17-2-2005 at 22:53

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

The damian Rice album is really good aswell, its really delicate and nice.


Who wants 'delicate and nice'..?! It's depressing stuff.

And after we listened to that album, we listened to the Red Hot Chili Peppers - which is fine, but not on repeat for about 4 hours!

The next time I'm working in the main office I may have to play them some kind of 'decent music compilation'.


I like 'delicate and nice'. I also like industrial music. You have to have a bit of everything!


Lo - 17-2-2005 at 23:02

I know nothing about what music to put on at parties.

But I still think jj72 are cool, and Danielle, don't let people question your taste; that's why it's *your* taste - it's allowed to be anything . I know you know this, but sometimes I can't help but get defensive on other people's behalves (word?).


Lo - 17-2-2005 at 23:14

Flogging Molly - The Kilburn High Road. The very beginning of this song sounds just like an Ash song but I can't remember which one. It's very confusing!


cherry_blossom_pig - 17-2-2005 at 23:24

youve given me something i cant give back - new rhodes.


Funky Fairy - 17-2-2005 at 23:35

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*



Who wants 'delicate and nice'..?! It's depressing stuff.

.

well not really.
and i want it, or don't i count?


*Miss World* - 17-2-2005 at 23:41

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*



Who wants 'delicate and nice'..?! It's depressing stuff.

.

well not really.
and i want it, or don't i count?


Why would you not count?!


Funky Fairy - 17-2-2005 at 23:44

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*



Who wants 'delicate and nice'..?! It's depressing stuff.

.

well not really.
and i want it, or don't i count?


Why would you not count?!

because you said "wh wants delicate and nice?" even though i'd said before that i did!


EternalLife - 18-2-2005 at 11:56

'Talk Shows on Mute' - Incubus

This is such a great song, I love it.


nome - 18-2-2005 at 11:58

i like delicate and nice too danielle although im not a big damien rice fan..im currently listening to mazzy star and basically trying to avoid writing my essay!


RadioEd - 18-2-2005 at 16:40

revolver


kittykat - 18-2-2005 at 16:46

julien's minidisc. it rocks my socks!


EternalLife - 18-2-2005 at 16:55

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

'Talk Shows on Mute' - Incubus

This is such a great song, I love it.


I can't stop listening to it...

Download it, seriously


RadioEd - 18-2-2005 at 17:02

a hard days night


Colin DIS - 18-2-2005 at 17:04

Good Show - Dive Dive


RadioEd - 18-2-2005 at 20:17

various john cage.

[Edited on 18-2-2005 by RadioEd]


EternalLife - 18-2-2005 at 20:22

-The cd that I made I like it but I don't know if anyone else will.


cheese&biscuits - 19-2-2005 at 10:39

22-22s such a fool single


slow riot - 19-2-2005 at 15:43

Crispin Hellion Glover - THE BIG PROBLEM! [does not equal] the Solution. The Solution = LET IT BE
Dextro - Do You Need Help (MFA Help Mix)
Glove - Drogenkontrolle (Superpitcher Mix)
The KLF - What Time is Love (acid mix)
Kid 606 - Ecstacy Motherfucker
Prefuse 73 - Surrounded by Silence
The Pop Group -Y


girl.afraid - 19-2-2005 at 16:12

i desperately need some new music that is going to feel like it is changing my life. it has been a while since anything felt that way, i feel bereft of newness. someone give me some newness


slow riot - 19-2-2005 at 16:37

Animal Collective - Sung Tongs massively eclectic feral-acid-pop
Kompakt - Total 2 great introduction to micro-house's finest auteurs
Lightning Bolt - Wonderful Rainbow ghhhdedededeeeeRKKKKKRRRR...bangbangbanguwwWYYYYY
Prefuse 73 - One Word Extinguisher dynamic glitch-hop
M.I.A - Arular minimalistic dancehall-afrobeat-hip-hop-electro-mix-tape genius
M. Ward - The Transfiguration of Vincent this perfectly imperfect singer songwriter's best effort to date
Vashti Bunyan - Just Another Diamond Day unashamedly twee, but still brilliant, even if only for 'I'd Like to Walk Around'


RadioEd - 19-2-2005 at 16:41

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Animal Collective - Sung Tongs massively eclectic feral-acid-pop
Kompakt - Total 2 great introduction to micro-house's finest auteurs
Lightning Bolt - Wonderful Rainbow ghhhdedededeeeeRKKKKKRRRR...bangbangbanguwwWYYYYY
Prefuse 73 - One Word Extinguisher dynamic glitch-hop
M.I.A - Arular minimalistic dancehall-afrobeat-hip-hop-electro-mix-tape genius
M. Ward - The Transfiguration of Vincent this perfectly imperfect singer songwriter's best effort to date
Vashti Bunyan - Just Another Diamond Day unashamedly twee, but still brilliant, even if only for 'I'd Like to Walk Around'


this made me think of this


slow riot - 19-2-2005 at 16:44

ha ha, that's quite complimentary really though, as whoever reviewed that Kiss album is obviously gifted.


Funky Fairy - 19-2-2005 at 17:58

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

ghhhdedededeeeeRKKKKKRRRR...bangbangbanguwwWYYYYY[/color]
[/color]

thats the best band name ive ever seen!


joediddly - 20-2-2005 at 00:20

The Causey Way- Sweat


slow riot - 20-2-2005 at 00:33

He's a complete git though, did you read the comments he made about his new album leaking? Precious crybaby. Talented though.


slow riot - 20-2-2005 at 00:50

Quote:
Originally posted by mrk

Didn't know the album leaked, I'll have to hunt it down before the inevitable visit to pick it up on vinyl. I'm hoping to catch the live date in April, but I doubt I will, it'll be three gigs, three nights in a row, eep. He is pushing hip hop where noone else has the vision to though, and he's not a one trick pony, have you heard his collobarations as Savath Y Savalas with a female Spanish vocalist? I have Apropat't it's a lovely album to relax to.


Downloaded it a few days ago but haven't seriously listened to it yet, seems like he's run out of steam a little though as it's pretty much entirely collaborations. Bit of a shame as I prefer his solo material on OWE. Can't afford to see anyone these days which is a pain, otherwise I probably would have gone.

I've heard a little S&S but not enough to seriously get my teeth into, I'll listen again.


kittykat - 20-2-2005 at 14:39

rilo kiley - more adventurous


girl.afraid - 20-2-2005 at 23:02

some samples of the new kinesis material. they really are turning into the smashing pumpkins.


RadioEd - 20-2-2005 at 23:04

Quote:
Originally posted by girl.afraid

some samples of the new kinesis material. they really are turning into the smashing pumpkins.


that reminds me - its about time i heard some pumpkins again. adore has been queued


The Womb - 20-2-2005 at 23:14

Sage Francis - A Healthy Distrust
This Right Here Is Buck 65
Beck - Guero
Eminem - Encore
Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti - The Doldrums / Worn Copy
MC Paul Barman - Paullelujah
John Moore - Half Awake


if_only_ralph_were_real - 21-2-2005 at 14:13

The Infadels- Brandon Vegas


kittykat - 21-2-2005 at 14:14

the cribs


kittykat - 21-2-2005 at 14:59

the stills


clarkogir - 21-2-2005 at 15:03

Black Wire


Lo - 21-2-2005 at 15:18

Head Automatica. And good call on the Pumpkins .


jamjizzle - 21-2-2005 at 15:21

the bravery


cherry_blossom_pig - 21-2-2005 at 17:20

stan bowles by the others


RadioEd - 21-2-2005 at 17:26

Richard X - Back To Mine


HayleyC - 21-2-2005 at 17:28

the girl next to me trying to sing. think i'm gonna move to a different computer lab


i am sam - 21-2-2005 at 17:31

blood brothers- crimes.


jazzy - 21-2-2005 at 17:31

suede - dog man star
tom vek - we have sound
engineers - forgiveness
the mars volta - frances the mute
doves - some cities
the futureheads - hounds of love remixes
the dead 60s - last resort
death from above 1979 - you're a woman, i'm a machine


RadioEd - 21-2-2005 at 17:37

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

the mars volta - frances the mute


what do you think? ive only heard a few tracks


jazzy - 21-2-2005 at 17:41

in short, not as good as the last album. definitely worth getting hold of the rest of the tracks though as you need to hear all 5 'suites' to fully appreciate the album i reckon


Lo - 21-2-2005 at 18:00

Various Saves The Day and Sunna at the mo. 'Assorted' folder playing in Winamp. Next band up: Pixies.


RadioEd - 21-2-2005 at 18:04

erlend oye - unrest


Lo - 21-2-2005 at 18:54

Kenickie - In Your Car


*Miss World* - 22-2-2005 at 00:16

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Kenickie - In Your Car


Brilliant - I love this song!

I am listening to "All At Sea" by The Libertines.


cherry_blossom_pig - 22-2-2005 at 00:21

i am listening to my duran duran greatest hits cd, and i ruddy bloody love them!


*Miss World* - 22-2-2005 at 00:22

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

i am listening to my duran duran greatest hits cd, and i ruddy bloody love them!


"Rio" is probably one of my favourite songs to come out of the 80s.


jazzy - 22-2-2005 at 00:23

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot


M. Ward - The Transfiguration of Vincent this perfectly imperfect singer songwriter's best effort to date


completely brilliant


Mercury Rising - 22-2-2005 at 08:01

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

i am listening to my duran duran greatest hits cd, and i ruddy bloody love them!


"Rio" is probably one of my favourite songs to come out of the 80s.



*sigh*


AntManBee - 22-2-2005 at 09:10

Caribou - The Milk of Human Kindness
Patrick Wolf - Wind in the Wires
Kaiser Chiefs - Employment
Elliott Smith - The Moon Is a Light Bulb Breaking
The Pastels - Sittin' Pretty
Tom Vek - We Have Sound
Of Montreal - Sunlandic Twins


Lo - 22-2-2005 at 09:18

I have Black and White Town by Doves in my head. I read the review of Some Cities in the Rabbit, and I'm not sure I want to buy the album now :S. U2 trying to play at a Velvet Underground tribute? That doesn't sound like much fun to listen to. I think I'll just buy it and hope the reviewing is as inaccurate as the spelling/grammar in that paper.


Lo - 22-2-2005 at 09:34

Banquet by Bloc Party just came onto Winamp on a random play of my Assorted folder. It's really bloody good, I don't think I've heard it before! *Thinks* Can I afford their album too...?


dangermouse - 22-2-2005 at 09:55

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Banquet by Bloc Party just came onto Winamp on a random play of my Assorted folder. It's really bloody good, I don't think I've heard it before! *Thinks* Can I afford their album too...?


I have it on soulseek if you want to get it.

Owen


Colin DIS - 22-2-2005 at 12:45

The new Gorrilaz single is... kinda cool in a strange way *jives*


dexterpanik - 22-2-2005 at 12:49

massive attack vs mad professor - no protection

lovin it lovin it lovin it to listen to in bed.


Bozzaholic - 22-2-2005 at 12:51

The Beatles - "Yesterday"

Stunning Stunning Song


Lo - 22-2-2005 at 14:32

Quote:
Originally posted by dangermouse

I have it on soulseek if you want to get it.

Owen

I don't think Soulseek works here :'(.


Lo - 22-2-2005 at 16:48

I think I officially love Bloc Party.


if_only_ralph_were_real - 22-2-2005 at 16:54

The Fucks


dangermouse - 22-2-2005 at 16:56

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

I think I officially love Bloc Party.


Make that CD then...

I'll burn it for next time I see you...

Owen


if_only_ralph_were_real - 22-2-2005 at 17:05

Quote:
Originally posted by dangermouse

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

I think I officially love Bloc Party.


Make that CD then...

I'll burn it for next time I see you...

Owen


Tonightski?


Colin DIS - 23-2-2005 at 12:49

Stabbing Westward - s/t

I really wanna be listening to 'Waking Up Beside You' though. Instead it is 'So Far Away'


Maverick - 23-2-2005 at 15:25

black grape - reverend black grape


i am sam - 23-2-2005 at 15:28

bubblegum by the mark lanegan band


BlackStar - 23-2-2005 at 22:16

Martha Wainwright
Stone Roses


mojo - 24-2-2005 at 06:12

I am listening to Radio One...and it's Thursday morning..which is weird, cos it's still Weds evening here...


i am sam - 24-2-2005 at 11:11

blur by blur. which i haven't listened to for about 3 years i reckon. i don't know why. it's bloody great.


cherry_blossom_pig - 24-2-2005 at 11:21

alive or just breathing- killswitch engage.


Maverick - 24-2-2005 at 11:28

Quote:
Originally posted by i am sam

blur by blur. which i haven't listened to for about 3 years i reckon. i don't know why. it's bloody great.


i listened to that recently. some great tunes... 'death of a party', 'mor', 'on your own', 'you're so great', 'look inside america'... brilliant. I wish I had a copy of the 'on your own' remix on 'bustin and dronin' actually, because it is inspired...

listened to '13' at the weekend and that's pretty damn cool too...


dexterpanik - 24-2-2005 at 12:08

the la's - the la's.

it's a decent enough album, but there's some bits wher they've just blatently ripped off the coral and the zutons...


nome - 24-2-2005 at 12:10

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

the la's - the la's.

it's a decent enough album, but there's some bits wher they've just blatently ripped off the coral and the zutons...


am i going mad but didn't the la's album come out first?

oh and i believe you meant 'where'

[Edited on 24-2-2005 by nome]


dexterpanik - 24-2-2005 at 12:18

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

the la's - the la's.

it's a decent enough album, but there's some bits wher they've just blatently ripped off the coral and the zutons...


am i going mad but didn't the la's album come out first?

yes. i'm being intentionally stupid in the style of a bloke who once said to me, 'have you seen that ian brown bloke? he's alright but he well wants to be liam.'

difference being that he was being actually stupid.


Maverick - 24-2-2005 at 12:24

Quote:
Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

am i going mad but didn't the la's album come out first?

yes. i'm being intentionally stupid in the style of a bloke who once said to me, 'have you seen that ian brown bloke? he's alright but he well wants to be liam.'

difference being that he was being actually stupid.


who said that again? was it bassi?


jamjizzle - 24-2-2005 at 12:30

KASABIAN-KASABIAN
JAY-Z -THE BLACK ALBUM


dexterpanik - 24-2-2005 at 12:30

Quote:
Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

am i going mad but didn't the la's album come out first?

yes. i'm being intentionally stupid in the style of a bloke who once said to me, 'have you seen that ian brown bloke? he's alright but he well wants to be liam.'

difference being that he was being actually stupid.


who said that again? was it bassi?

no - it was someone i was working with around the time unfinished monkey business came out.


jamjizzle - 24-2-2005 at 12:32

Quote:
Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

am i going mad but didn't the la's album come out first?

yes. i'm being intentionally stupid in the style of a bloke who once said to me, 'have you seen that ian brown bloke? he's alright but he well wants to be liam.'

difference being that he was being actually stupid.


who said that again? was it bassi?

no - it was someone i was working with around the time unfinished monkey business came out.


that is odd. toby said that someone had said that to him once when we were watching that video that noel and ian did

[Edited on 24-2-2005 by jamjizzle]


dexterpanik - 24-2-2005 at 12:39

Quote:
Originally posted by jamjizzle

that is odd. toby said that someone had said that to him once when we were watching that video that noel and ian did

[Edited on 24-2-2005 by jamjizzle]

you have to bear in mind the fact that toby once said that he used to go to oscar's in clacton in the heyday of the rave scene in order to facilitate a conversation with a stranger. he would have been about 10 when oscar's was still open.


Maverick - 24-2-2005 at 12:45

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by jamjizzle

that is odd. toby said that someone had said that to him once when we were watching that video that noel and ian did

[Edited on 24-2-2005 by jamjizzle]

you have to bear in mind the fact that toby once said that he used to go to oscar's in clacton in the heyday of the rave scene in order to facilitate a conversation with a stranger. he would have been about 10 when oscar's was still open.


that's not technically true. Oscars shut when we were about 17 I think, because I always wanted to go to an alternative night they had there called 'hell man's hanger' or something during my sixth form days. Also, Blur played there on the Great Escape Tour in 1995 - a gig which the sneaky Walsh managed to get tickets for and I didn't! That said, he was referring to the heady days of the rave culture when the Prodigy were regulars down there... and far from being an ecstasy chomping mercenary, he was a fountain pen wielding, Tolkein obsessed, floppy haired, slip of a lad in Pony trainers. Still, impressive that he remembered 'that bouncer...'

The Cockney Pride, which of course in part replaced it, still has Sunday Service on bank holiday weekends, when all the old ravers that still have their faculties and haven't given up the glow sticks for a sharp suit and a job in sales, get together and rediscover the joys afforded by methalinedioxymethamphetamine... or something. Kirst used to go down there funnily enough...

[Edited on 24-2-2005 by Maverick]


dexterpanik - 24-2-2005 at 12:49

my point really was just that toby can get a bit confused. bless him.


jtack - 24-2-2005 at 12:55

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

I have Black and White Town by Doves in my head. I read the review of Some Cities in the Rabbit, and I'm not sure I want to buy the album now :S. U2 trying to play at a Velvet Underground tribute? That doesn't sound like much fun to listen to. I think I'll just buy it and hope the reviewing is as inaccurate as the spelling/grammar in that paper.

I wrote that review, however as it was about a week after the official deadline and i got a call telling me to review something fast, I didn't actually get round to listening to the album, just read a bunch of other reviews
in such cases the safest thing to do is give everything an average review.
I have since heard the album but in an attempt to maintain whatever journalistic credibility I have left I stand by everything a wrote.
at least the spelling and grammar was correct.


slow riot - 24-2-2005 at 13:17

Madlib - Blunted in the Bomb Shelter
Michael Mayer - Immer, Touch, Speicher cd2
Superpitcher - Here Comes Love
Kid Chameleon - Absolutely Shocking


cheese&biscuits - 24-2-2005 at 13:17

21 ounces........Goldie Lookin Chain!


Mercury Rising - 24-2-2005 at 13:33

The Earlies - Bring It Back Again, from this week's collective playlist


kat - 24-2-2005 at 14:00

radio 1 are playing fake plastic trees, woo.


if_only_ralph_were_real - 24-2-2005 at 14:06

......Gareth's CD Ring CD


jazzy - 24-2-2005 at 14:07

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

the la's - the la's.

it's a decent enough album, but there's some bits wher they've just blatently ripped off the coral and the zutons...


am i going mad but didn't the la's album come out first?




cheese&biscuits - 24-2-2005 at 15:05

the coral......Magic and medicine...havent heard it in ages


cheese&biscuits - 24-2-2005 at 20:46

just realised that i am listening to starsailor......good old itunes


Lo - 24-2-2005 at 22:03

Quote:
Originally posted by jtack

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

I have Black and White Town by Doves in my head. I read the review of Some Cities in the Rabbit, and I'm not sure I want to buy the album now :S. U2 trying to play at a Velvet Underground tribute? That doesn't sound like much fun to listen to. I think I'll just buy it and hope the reviewing is as inaccurate as the spelling/grammar in that paper.

I wrote that review, however as it was about a week after the official deadline and i got a call telling me to review something fast, I didn't actually get round to listening to the album, just read a bunch of other reviews
in such cases the safest thing to do is give everything an average review.
I have since heard the album but in an attempt to maintain whatever journalistic credibility I have left I stand by everything a wrote.
at least the spelling and grammar was correct.

*Smiles* I knew it would be someone I knew who wrote it if I said something! No offence meant, Jack - I just got worried about the U2 reference!
And I have it on good authority from Greg that no matter how wonderful your spelling/grammar is, someone else will fuck it up before it goes to press anyway (that's why I never bothered becoming a copy editor )!

But anyhoo - nobody need worry, because I'm listening to it now and it's pretty nice still, if a bit 'the same'. But hey, everyone needs a bit of background music once in a while .


RadioEd - 24-2-2005 at 22:54

jeff buckley - grace


Jon - 24-2-2005 at 23:01

Kingmaker - Ten Years asleep

Kasabian - (any)

The Jayhawks - Bad Time

all my old Soundgarden albums!!!!


Lo - 24-2-2005 at 23:08

Morcheeba. I've just decided that Big Calm is one of my favourite albums ever.


EternalLife - 25-2-2005 at 01:10

Hawksley Workman - Smoke Baby.


cheese&biscuits - 25-2-2005 at 01:30

the stands......all years leaving


cherry_blossom_pig - 25-2-2005 at 04:03

bullets - the editors. ( thanks u KattticusXx)


if_only_ralph_were_real - 25-2-2005 at 08:38

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

bullets - the editors. ( thanks u KattticusXx)


Yay greatness


kat - 25-2-2005 at 12:26

patrick wolf - lycanthropy


kat - 25-2-2005 at 12:27

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

bullets - the editors. ( thanks u KattticusXx)


no worries, glad you like it.


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 25-2-2005 at 15:35

husker du- flip your wig/ warehouse songs

peel sessions- sonic youth / the fall


Lo - 25-2-2005 at 15:53

Green Day - No Pride
Less Than Jake - Help Save the Youth of America from Exploding


jazzy - 25-2-2005 at 15:54

josh rouse - nashville
dogs - turn against this land
tom vek - we have sound


hazey jane - 25-2-2005 at 16:42

massive attack - teardrop

i've just discovered what the lyrics are after all these years!

love, love is a verb
love is a doing word
fearless on my breath...

now you too can sing along with confidence and abandon the old favourite substitute lyrics - 'la, la hmphlala, tum te-tum do la la'


Lo - 25-2-2005 at 17:41

Quote:
Originally posted by hazey jane

massive attack - teardrop

i've just discovered what the lyrics are after all these years!

love, love is a verb
love is a doing word
fearless on my breath...

Wow, thanks I never knew the fearless on my breath bit - lovely!

Actually, to revert to a 'darts of pleasure' thread comment - when the first piano note comes in on that tune, it's soooooo fucking lovely.

[Edited on 25/2/2005 by Lo]


littleben - 26-2-2005 at 02:26

head automatica - beating heart baby

and the new mars volta album


Lo - 26-2-2005 at 08:28

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

head automatica - beating heart baby

*thumbs up*


AntManBee - 26-2-2005 at 09:10

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

head automatica - beating heart baby

*thumbs up*


*thumbs down*


cheese&biscuits - 26-2-2005 at 12:38

babyshambles....babyshambles


if_only_ralph_were_real - 26-2-2005 at 13:01

Bring Your Own Poison (The Rhythm Factory Sessions)


nome - 26-2-2005 at 13:03

Bright eyes - fevers and mirrors


jtack - 26-2-2005 at 15:54

fugazi - the argument
cheers greg


AntManBee - 26-2-2005 at 17:43

M. Ward - Transistor Radio
Manitoba - Start Breaking My Heart
Tom Vek - We Have Sound


*Miss World* - 26-2-2005 at 18:05

Quote:
Originally posted by cheese&biscuits

babyshambles....babyshambles



TC - 26-2-2005 at 18:29

how can people posting on the current listening thread post more than one song, unless they can hear multiple stereos?!


TC - 26-2-2005 at 18:32

on the subject of current listening, currently listening to a stripped down version of love steals us from loneliness live on xfm, being repeated on the best of x show now. its beautiful, listen in now of you can!


AntManBee - 26-2-2005 at 20:09

Quote:
Originally posted by TC

how can people posting on the current listening thread post more than one song, unless they can hear multiple stereos?!


Sssh Tom, don't start that again, please. I tend to throw a few albums at a time because it's easier than making post after post after post.

As any Relevance Theorist will tell you, the fact that something is literally true is not reason enough for saying it. It's all about relevance...


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 26-2-2005 at 20:20

Caring is Creepy - The Shins
Lost in the plot - The Dears
You and me - easyworld.


AntManBee - 27-2-2005 at 23:37

RjD2 - Since Last We Spoke
Shellac - Terraform
Kaiser Chiefs - Employment


girl.afraid - 27-2-2005 at 23:43

i am listening to the ringing in my ears after seeing roots manuva. my god the man is a genius, it was the most excellent thing.


BlackStar - 27-2-2005 at 23:46

Quote:
Originally posted by girl.afraid

i am listening to the ringing in my ears after seeing roots manuva. my god the man is a genius, it was the most excellent thing.



littleben - 27-2-2005 at 23:52

snow patrol - crazy in love


jazzy - 28-2-2005 at 10:19

annie - anniemal


TC - 28-2-2005 at 10:24

some people talking in lab a


EternalLife - 28-2-2005 at 16:31

The Last Day of Summer - The Cure

This song makes me feel sad after my summer. But it's such a good song.


if_only_ralph_were_real - 28-2-2005 at 16:34

the fairies band - pink socks rock
the violets- feast on you
special needs- sylvia
The Oohlas- Gone


EternalLife - 28-2-2005 at 16:34

Santeria - Sublime


EternalLife - 28-2-2005 at 17:02

Anthem For The Year 2000 - Silverchair


cherry_blossom_pig - 28-2-2005 at 17:04

old man ray - cathy davey


EternalLife - 28-2-2005 at 18:24

Don't Ask Me - Ok Go

'Don't be so damn benign/ Don't waste my fucking time...'


Lo - 28-2-2005 at 19:51

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

Don't Ask Me - Ok Go

'Don't be so damn benign/ Don't waste my fucking time...'

Fucking yes . Also to Silverchair .

OK, I have a great playlist at the moment

Barry White - You're the First, the Last, My Everything
Ima Robot - Let's Talk Turkey
Of Montreal - Old Familiar Way
Of Montreal - A Question for Emily Foreman
Jimmy Eat World - Futures
Police - Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
The Wonderstuff - Play (I need more psycho fiddle action)
Dropkick Murphys - Amazing Grace
Nada Surf - High Speed Soul
T Rex - Children of the Revolution
Modest Mouse - Float On
Mahumodo - California

[Edited on 28/2/2005 by Lo]


RadioEd - 28-2-2005 at 20:34

animotion - obsession (richard x remix)
jesus + mc - reverberation


hazey jane - 28-2-2005 at 20:58

the killers - andy, you're a star (and the entire album....a million times over)
maximo park - apply some pressure (well done to my famous friends... i should have stolen some stuff to sell on ebay when i was at their house!)


kat - 28-2-2005 at 22:16

rilo kiley - more adventurous


MR CHATTERBOX - 28-2-2005 at 22:24

Hot on the decks in Corrine's shenangins central has to be:

Dancefloor classiccccc "Do you wanna funk" by the legendary Sylvester and Peter Cowley.

The Shadow's silver album. Hank Marvin no one can play guit-tar like you boy.

And the tune of all tunesss "Like Zsa Zsa Garbor", bhatty boy anthem from Erasure.


cherry_blossom_pig - 1-3-2005 at 01:56

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

Hot on the decks in Corrine's shenangins central has to be:

Dancefloor classiccccc "Do you wanna funk" by the legendary Sylvester and Peter Cowley.

The Shadow's silver album. Hank Marvin no one can play guit-tar like you boy.

And the tune of all tunesss "Like Zsa Zsa Garbor", bhatty boy anthem from Erasure.



all malinders vinyls i would like to add...


listening to wuthering heights - kate bush ( i cant help singing it in the style of partridge)

[Edited on 1-3-2005 by cherry_blossom_pig]


littleben - 1-3-2005 at 02:10

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee


Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

head automatica - beating heart baby


*thumbs down*



Why so?


Jon - 1-3-2005 at 08:26

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee


Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

head automatica - beating heart baby


*thumbs down*



Why so?


yes, why so?


Lo - 1-3-2005 at 08:41

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee


Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

head automatica - beating heart baby


*thumbs down*



Why so?


yes, why so?

Yes, Why so?


AntManBee - 1-3-2005 at 10:31

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee


Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

head automatica - beating heart baby


*thumbs down*



Why so?


yes, why so?

Yes, Why so?


Er, because it's repetitive angsty shite.


jazzy - 1-3-2005 at 11:37

that's one way of looking at it. the right one that is...


littleben - 1-3-2005 at 12:29

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Er, because it's repetitive angsty shite.


It's a catchy 3 minute song. It's supposed to be repetitive.

I suppose in a sense the lyrics are slightly angsty but that is because they are about love and part of the emotions felt are anxiety. So it would be hard to sing about love (in the theme he wants) without coming across anxious?

Not that I'm rubbishing your tastes in music, I just felt your judgement was...gae?


kat - 1-3-2005 at 12:32

new order - substance


cheese&biscuits - 1-3-2005 at 12:40

embrace...looking as you are

God bless random!


random - 1-3-2005 at 13:09

Quote:
Originally posted by cheese&biscuits

embrace...looking as you are

God bless random!



AntManBee - 1-3-2005 at 14:16

Quote:
Originally posted by littleben

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Er, because it's repetitive angsty shite.


It's a catchy 3 minute song. It's supposed to be repetitive.

I suppose in a sense the lyrics are slightly angsty but that is because they are about love and part of the emotions felt are anxiety. So it would be hard to sing about love (in the theme he wants) without coming across anxious?

Not that I'm rubbishing your tastes in music, I just felt your judgement was...gae?


3 minute songs don't have to be repetitive, surely? And I think there are plenty of songs about love which, while anxious, aren't angsty. There's a whole world of difference in terms of maturity.

I'm not rubbishing your taste in music - well, this particular case aside - but I think my judgement was... completely correct


littleben - 1-3-2005 at 15:55

What do you define angsty as?


AntManBee - 1-3-2005 at 16:31

Badly expressed anxiety? I think we all know when we hear it; it's just that some like it, and others don't


cherry_blossom_pig - 1-3-2005 at 16:44

futureheads - futureheads.


if_only_ralph_were_real - 1-3-2005 at 16:46

Biffy Clyro for some unknown reason


EternalLife - 1-3-2005 at 17:18

Sleep Walk - Ritchie Valens

It's like being in an old film...

And now I'm listening to The Real Me by Zebrahead which I love...


Lo - 1-3-2005 at 17:19

Mouse on Mars - Stereomission. This is so cool! I don't listen to it enough.


dexterpanik - 2-3-2005 at 12:42

the datsuns - the datsuns


dulcie - 2-3-2005 at 13:15

scott4 - the works project lp


if_only_ralph_were_real - 2-3-2005 at 13:32

Be Your Own Pet


slow riot - 2-3-2005 at 13:36

Fabric 13: Michael Mayer
Thomas Fehlmann - Streets if Blah
Sun City Girls - Horse Cock Phepner


jesus - 2-3-2005 at 15:15

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Fabric 13: Michael Mayer
Thomas Fehlmann - Streets if Blah
Sun City Girls - Horse Cock Phepner


you're just making them up now, surely?


Maverick - 2-3-2005 at 15:19

Quote:
Originally posted by jesus

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Fabric 13: Michael Mayer
Thomas Fehlmann - Streets if Blah
Sun City Girls - Horse Cock Phepner


you're just making them up now, surely?


jazzy - 2-3-2005 at 15:21

the radio dept. - lesser matters


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 2-3-2005 at 17:32

Willy Mason - Where the humans eat


cherry_blossom_pig - 2-3-2005 at 18:01

we used to be friends - the dandy warhols


dulcie - 2-3-2005 at 18:35

worlds of possibility - the best of domino records.


Colin DIS - 2-3-2005 at 18:35

One More Page Of Insincerity - Veruca Salt


Lo - 2-3-2005 at 20:33

Of Montreal - On The Drive Home


I_am_real - 2-3-2005 at 20:52

Boom Bip - Blue eyed in the red room


Farmer of Cockney - 2-3-2005 at 21:53

Neneh Cherry - Buffalo Stance


cheese&biscuits - 2-3-2005 at 22:45

chances.......athlete


cartoonmoon - 3-3-2005 at 02:41

adam green's 'gemstones'. top quality album

ooh esp. tracks 8+9 - 'emily' and 'who's you boyfriend'

*sigh* i love this man


Maverick - 3-3-2005 at 09:43

Nas - Bridging The Gap


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 3-3-2005 at 09:53

Quote:
Originally posted by Farmer of Cockney

Neneh Cherry - Buffalo Stance


webb....you'd better change that avatar asap.....


cherry_blossom_pig - 3-3-2005 at 11:08

slippage - goldfrapp


dexterpanik - 3-3-2005 at 11:44

pills thrills and bellyaches - happy mondays
let it ride - shed seven


slow riot - 3-3-2005 at 11:50

Fennesz - Hotel Paral.lel
Tobias Thomas - Smallville
Superpitcher - Here Comes Love


Return of Django - 3-3-2005 at 12:24

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Fennesz - Hotel Paral.lel
Tobias Thomas - Smallville
Superpitcher - Here Comes Love


you fuck! you've just made me realise that i left all my superpitcher back in England! and as i have no broadband, i'm gonna have to track it down in a shop, which seems unlikely as electronica over here in OZ equates to wank hard house, euro-disco and woefully dated drum'n'bass with constant 'lighter' refrains and dodgy ragga samples. I'm being excessively cynical of course, but you get my point.


slow riot - 3-3-2005 at 12:35

Quote:
Originally posted by Return of Django

you fuck! you've just made me realise that i left all my superpitcher back in England! and as i have no broadband, i'm gonna have to track it down in a shop, which seems unlikely as electronica over here in OZ equates to wank hard house, euro-disco and woefully dated drum'n'bass with constant 'lighter' refrains and dodgy ragga samples. I'm being excessively cynical of course, but you get my point.


Tragic! He's playing London on the 30th April too, supporting ESG with a dj set from Annie, it's going to be stellar.

If you have gmail I could sort you out some mp3s if the worst comes to the worst.


kat - 3-3-2005 at 15:23

bill withers


dexterpanik - 3-3-2005 at 15:31

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

bill withers

does he?


Vodkasheri - 3-3-2005 at 15:34

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

bill withers

does he?


If he's not watered regularly.


Funky Fairy - 3-3-2005 at 15:41

Blink 182
Busted
Pearl Jam
Robbie Williams


kat - 3-3-2005 at 15:49

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

bill withers

does he?

oh dear.


Funky Fairy - 3-3-2005 at 15:51

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Blink 182
Busted
Pearl Jam
Robbie Williams

i think colin got carried away there. BLINK 182?????????


cherry_blossom_pig - 3-3-2005 at 17:07

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Blink 182
Busted
Pearl Jam
Robbie Williams

i think colin got carried away there. BLINK 182?????????


danielle i saw " feeling this" in your cd collection though!


Funky Fairy - 3-3-2005 at 17:09

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Blink 182
Busted
Pearl Jam
Robbie Williams

i think colin got carried away there. BLINK 182?????????


danielle i saw " feeling this" in your cd collection though!

feeling what? i dont even know what that is!


EternalLife - 3-3-2005 at 17:16

Belong - R.E.M.

My super fantastic amazing playlist is just about getting me through today.


kat - 3-3-2005 at 17:17

the bens


Jon - 3-3-2005 at 23:39

the glitterati - nothing on me
garbage - why do you love me?
various maximo park mp3s
iron maiden - seventh son of a seventh son
supergrass - i should coco
ramones - various stuff
motorhead - bomber


Return of Django - 3-3-2005 at 23:42

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Quote:
Originally posted by Return of Django

you fuck! you've just made me realise that i left all my superpitcher back in England! and as i have no broadband, i'm gonna have to track it down in a shop, which seems unlikely as electronica over here in OZ equates to wank hard house, euro-disco and woefully dated drum'n'bass with constant 'lighter' refrains and dodgy ragga samples. I'm being excessively cynical of course, but you get my point.


Tragic! He's playing London on the 30th April too, supporting ESG with a dj set from Annie, it's going to be stellar.

If you have gmail I could sort you out some mp3s if the worst comes to the worst.


Problem is, i don't have broadband at the mo' which means that it would take me too long to open mp3's from you, and i don't quite have the patience.

That gig sounds ace. I saw ESG about 3 xmas's ago at some club night in Kings Cross - forget the name - and they were brilliant, although they kept complaining that Wu Tang owed them royalties. And the fact that I now know that ANNIE can DJ live just makes me love her even more.

Have you heard much other stuff on Kompakt (superpitcher's label)? I soulseeked the name a few months ago and d/l'd about 1 gig's worth. I suggest you do the same! Although forgettin to upload said gig's worth to my iPod was stupid.


slow riot - 4-3-2005 at 02:53

Quote:
Originally posted by Return of Django

Have you heard much other stuff on Kompakt (superpitcher's label)? I soulseeked the name a few months ago and d/l'd about 1 gig's worth. I suggest you do the same! Although forgettin to upload said gig's worth to my iPod was stupid.


Indeed I have, though I've only really started properly listening to it recently after pretty much ignoring it for too long. I love the Speicher series, anything Superpitcher, the Voight brothers and Joachim Spieth touches, Thomas Fehlmann and a touch of Schaffel the most so far. I saw Superpitcher and Mayer dj Fabric a few weeks ago, kind of brilliant.

Forgetting to upload it was definitely misguided, and frankly pretty idiotic as you say.

Oh before I forget, thanks for that M.I.A. recommendation from earlier, she's fantastic. Catching her live next Friday too, ace.


Return of Django - 4-3-2005 at 07:09

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Quote:
Originally posted by Return of Django

Have you heard much other stuff on Kompakt (superpitcher's label)? I soulseeked the name a few months ago and d/l'd about 1 gig's worth. I suggest you do the same! Although forgettin to upload said gig's worth to my iPod was stupid.


Indeed I have, though I've only really started properly listening to it recently after pretty much ignoring it for too long. I love the Speicher series, anything Superpitcher, the Voight brothers and Joachim Spieth touches, Thomas Fehlmann and a touch of Schaffel the most so far. I saw Superpitcher and Mayer dj Fabric a few weeks ago, kind of brilliant.

Forgetting to upload it was definitely misguided, and frankly pretty idiotic as you say.

Oh before I forget, thanks for that M.I.A. recommendation from earlier, she's fantastic. Catching her live next Friday too, ace.


I'm loving everything i've heard on Kompakt so far. And the 'pop-ambient' series makes for great bedtime music.

Jealous that you've seen Superpitcher and are going to see MIA. Wheres she playing? A mate saw her in NY recently and was full of praise for the girl, so should be good. Has Arular been released in England yet? I got it off Soulseek, but not sure if it was a final version.


Lo - 4-3-2005 at 07:53

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

garbage - why do you love me?

Got sent this track last night. It's great, but I remembered how much I really don't like Shirley Manson's voice :S.


Colin DIS - 4-3-2005 at 12:20

Peaches - Gay bar.... pisses on the E6 original version!


cherry_blossom_pig - 4-3-2005 at 12:32

ITS OVER LOVE - TODD TERRY.


kat - 4-3-2005 at 13:06

neat people


girl.afraid - 4-3-2005 at 15:02

aphex twin followed by autechre

autechre are playing here. i'm so fucking excited.


dexterpanik - 4-3-2005 at 15:34

ratm - renegades

they can be fucking with other niggas shit but they can't be fucking with mine.

oh - and i popped the neat people's demo on while i was getting dressed this morning. lovely.

[Edited on 4-3-2005 by dexterpanik]


slow riot - 4-3-2005 at 15:37

Quote:
Originally posted by Return of Django

I'm loving everything i've heard on Kompakt so far. And the 'pop-ambient' series makes for great bedtime music.

Jealous that you've seen Superpitcher and are going to see MIA. Wheres she playing? A mate saw her in NY recently and was full of praise for the girl, so should be good. Has Arular been released in England yet? I got it off Soulseek, but not sure if it was a final version.


Yeh agreed on Kompakt, and that Pop Ambient is certainly interesting, should really get around to listing to it.

She's playing Fabric and hopefully Diplo will also be there too. Arular hasn't been released but the promo on soulseek is fucking awesome.


jazzy - 4-3-2005 at 15:54

patrick wolf - wind in the wires

i can't stop listening to it. too, too brilliant...


kat - 4-3-2005 at 15:55

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

patrick wolf - wind in the wires

i can't stop listening to it. too, too brilliant...


lovely...and the inlay photo as well, mmmmm.


kat - 4-3-2005 at 18:50

ben lee - begin


if_only_ralph_were_real - 4-3-2005 at 18:54

Maximo Park -Graffiti


Becka - 4-3-2005 at 20:43

Billy Talent - "Try Honestly"


Jon - 4-3-2005 at 22:46

DAFT PUNK - Robot Rock

LES RHYTHMES DIGITALES - Jaques Your Body (Make Me Sweat)

MOTORHEAD - No Class

THE GIRLS - Zebra Jeans

MAXIMO PARK - Apply Some Pressure

PIXIES - Wave Of Mutilation

COURTNEY LOVE - Mono

LARS FREDERICKSEN & THE BASTARDS - Skins, Punx, and Drunks


if_only_ralph_were_real - 4-3-2005 at 22:49

Jeff- The Byzantine Empire


Jon - 4-3-2005 at 22:59

BECK - E-Pro

PANTERA - Cat Scratch Fever

SOUNDTRACK OF OUR LIVES - Big Time

RADIOHEAD - Inside My Head

LIBERTINES - What A Waster

BUZZCOCKS - Autonomy

LEMON JELLY - The Staunton Lick

BLOC PARTY - Like Eating Glass

SONIC YOUTH - Sugar Kane

TOKYO DRAGONS - This Means War

KAISER CHIEFS - Saturday Night

METALLICA - Breadfan


MR CHATTERBOX - 4-3-2005 at 23:04

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

BECK - E-Pro

PANTERA - Cat Scratch Fever

SOUNDTRACK OF OUR LIVES - Big Time

RADIOHEAD - Inside My Head

LIBERTINES - What A Waster

BUZZCOCKS - Autonomy

LEMON JELLY - The Staunton Lick

BLOC PARTY - Like Eating Glass

SONIC YOUTH - Sugar Kane

TOKYO DRAGONS - This Means War

KAISER CHIEFS - Saturday Night

METALLICA - Breadfan


A healthy mix that.


Becka - 4-3-2005 at 23:23

Rammstein - "Sonne"


MR CHATTERBOX - 4-3-2005 at 23:29

Quote:
Originally posted by Becka

Billy Talent - "Try Honestly"


I really love that tune...specially the "forgive me father" bit.


MR CHATTERBOX - 4-3-2005 at 23:30

Quote:
Originally posted by girl.afraid

aphex twin followed by autechre

autechre are playing here. i'm so fucking excited.


What do autechre sound like? seems intriguing. Dillinger escape plan did an amazing cover of i think an aphex twin song, better than the original.


Becka - 5-3-2005 at 00:15

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

Quote:
Originally posted by Becka

Billy Talent - "Try Honestly"


I really love that tune...specially the "forgive me father" bit.


I love it all One of my friends sent it to me the other day and I can`t stop listening to it


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 5-3-2005 at 08:55

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

Quote:
Originally posted by Becka

Billy Talent - "Try Honestly"


I really love that tune...specially the "forgive me father" bit.


awesome song.

This morning its a bit of I Am Kloot, The Shins and New Order


Becka - 5-3-2005 at 10:26

Just Jinger - "Shallow Waters"


Jon - 5-3-2005 at 12:05

stereophonics - dakota

the explosion - here i am

sleater-kinney - more than a feeling

the ataris - in this diary

towers of london - on a noose


hazey jane - 5-3-2005 at 15:09

amazing cd the lovely corrine has made for me with lots of nice female vocalists and other roudy modern bands... inspiring!


AntManBee - 5-3-2005 at 17:03

I'm not listening to anything right now, but Colin has a Billie Piper track on his computer


hazey jane - 5-3-2005 at 17:36

Quote:
Originally posted by girl.afraid

aphex twin


that man loves his own face way too much!


i am sam - 5-3-2005 at 17:44

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

I'm not listening to anything right now, but Colin has a Billie Piper track on his computer


if it's honey to the bee he's forgiven. that song is great.


AntManBee - 5-3-2005 at 17:50

Quote:
Originally posted by i am sam

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

I'm not listening to anything right now, but Colin has a Billie Piper track on his computer


if it's honey to the bee he's forgiven. that song is great.


That it is. But it's not


cherry_blossom_pig - 6-3-2005 at 01:26

Quote:
Originally posted by hazey jane

amazing cd the lovely corrine has made for me with lots of nice female vocalists and other roudy modern bands... inspiring!


cheers ma nigger, gottta keep it real for the lady musicans.




atm i am listening to exercise 1 by joyus divisionus.


Funky Fairy - 6-3-2005 at 03:03

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

Quote:
Originally posted by hazey jane

amazing cd the lovely corrine has made for me with lots of nice female vocalists and other roudy modern bands... inspiring!


cheers ma nigger, gottta keep it real for the lady musicans.




atm i am listening to exercise 1 by joyus divisionus.

you seem happy miss corinne!


Becka - 6-3-2005 at 12:25

Just Jinger - "Home"


cherry_blossom_pig - 6-3-2005 at 13:05

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

Quote:
Originally posted by hazey jane

amazing cd the lovely corrine has made for me with lots of nice female vocalists and other roudy modern bands... inspiring!


cheers ma nigger, gottta keep it real for the lady musicans.




atm i am listening to exercise 1 by joyus divisionus.

you seem happy miss corinne!




i cant be a miserable git 24 hours a day !!!!


mojo - 7-3-2005 at 07:30

*Goo Goo Dolls
*Kings of Leon


cheese&biscuits - 7-3-2005 at 09:03

maximo park.......apply some pressure


cherry_blossom_pig - 7-3-2005 at 12:51

listening to " i know" by performance. im liking them alot.

perfomance

lots of audio available on thier site.


dexterpanik - 7-3-2005 at 12:53

the clash - give em enough rope


cherry_blossom_pig - 7-3-2005 at 15:46

tendency - battle.


dulcie - 7-3-2005 at 15:49

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

tendency - battle.


f'kin brilliant.


cherry_blossom_pig - 7-3-2005 at 15:52

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

tendency - battle.


f'kin brilliant.


the " evil twin of bloc party" is how thyve been described!


hazey jane - 7-3-2005 at 16:12

kathryn williams - little black numbers

(pretty music)


kittykat - 7-3-2005 at 16:49

Quote:
Originally posted by hazey jane

kathryn williams - little black numbers

(pretty music)


lovely stuff, haven't listened to it in years, gonna pop it on now. have you got her other albums?


hazey jane - 7-3-2005 at 19:17

Quote:
Originally posted by kittykat

Quote:
Originally posted by hazey jane

kathryn williams - little black numbers

(pretty music)


lovely stuff, haven't listened to it in years, gonna pop it on now. have you got her other albums?


no, but i think i might purchase old low light...i have taken a number of years to getting round to doing this though! she sent me a postcard when it came out and i thought, hmmm...that'd be good, and then thought no more of it!


Funky Fairy - 7-3-2005 at 22:05

The Reindeer Section- Son of Evil Reindeer


TC - 7-3-2005 at 22:42

my cd has finished so im currently not listening to anything


Funky Fairy - 7-3-2005 at 22:48

Quote:
Originally posted by TC

my cd has finished so im currently not listening to anything

that post was worth it!


Matt Paradise - 8-3-2005 at 00:52

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

listening to " i know" by performance. im liking them alot.

perfomance

lots of audio available on thier site.


fuck, i thought I was the only person who knew about them. Their songs are brilliant, especially 'Lost Youth'


MR CHATTERBOX - 8-3-2005 at 01:03

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

listening to " i know" by performance. im liking them alot.

perfomance

lots of audio available on thier site.


fuck, i thought I was the only person who knew about them. Their songs are brilliant, especially 'Lost Youth'


Corrine is very scene don't you know!!!!! Plays me a tune now and again when i'm well behaved.


cherry_blossom_pig - 8-3-2005 at 07:56

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

listening to " i know" by performance. im liking them alot.

perfomance

lots of audio available on thier site.


fuck, i thought I was the only person who knew about them. Their songs are brilliant, especially 'Lost Youth'


they were featured in last weeks nme i'm loving lost youth too, but the song for me has to be "keep still", its electro pop perfection.


if_only_ralph_were_real - 8-3-2005 at 08:16

A couple of tracks by the band headlining Level 2 tonight.


Mercury Rising - 8-3-2005 at 08:21

An album that I must have taped from out of the library at some point in the last year or so but I didn't write anything on it or on the box so at the moment I have no idea what it is. It's quite nice, though. I will report back after some research so long as it doesn't turn out to be Black Lace.


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 8-3-2005 at 09:02

New Order - Get Ready and a mix cd i didn't realise i had!


cheese&biscuits - 8-3-2005 at 09:21

bloc party.............shes hearing voices


kat - 8-3-2005 at 11:25

the arcade fire who i'm going to see tonight,

yessssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss!


jazzy - 8-3-2005 at 11:32

i too am listening to the arcade fire. who i am also seeing tonight *punches air*

want two has also been played this morning...


Joe Wiz - 8-3-2005 at 11:43

"Half Light". Unquestionably the best song on the new Athlete album.


cherry_blossom_pig - 8-3-2005 at 11:47

with my arms outstretched - rilo kiley.


kat - 8-3-2005 at 11:48

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

with my arms outstretched - rilo kiley.


tune!


EternalLife - 8-3-2005 at 11:54

Keine Lust - Rammstein

I can't break the obsession.


cherry_blossom_pig - 8-3-2005 at 11:58

45 - doves.


Becka - 8-3-2005 at 12:00

Blackout - "Unbeliever"


Colin DIS - 8-3-2005 at 12:23

Download this now. No maybes, just do it :-

List Of Demands - Saul Williams


jtack - 8-3-2005 at 14:24

shellac - 1000 hurts
wilco - yankee hotel foxtrot
gun club - fire of love
fugazi - the argument


jazzy - 8-3-2005 at 14:27

antony from work made me a gun club compilation last week. its really good!


cherry_blossom_pig - 8-3-2005 at 15:25

love has passed me by - kyuss


Mercury Rising - 8-3-2005 at 15:36

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

An album that I must have taped from out of the library at some point in the last year or so but I didn't write anything on it or on the box so at the moment I have no idea what it is. It's quite nice, though. I will report back after some research so long as it doesn't turn out to be Black Lace.



Turin Brakes


slow riot - 8-3-2005 at 15:52

Tyrannosaurus Rex - My People Were Fair and Had Sky in Their Hair But Now They're Content to Wear Stars on Their Brow
Diplo - Florida
Disco Inferno - The 5 EPs
various Superpitcher


dexterpanik - 8-3-2005 at 16:05

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Tyrannosaurus Rex - My People Were Fair and Had Sky in Their Hair But Now They're Content to Wear Stars on Their Brow

absolutely ridiculous.


slow riot - 8-3-2005 at 16:09

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Tyrannosaurus Rex - My People Were Fair and Had Sky in Their Hair But Now They're Content to Wear Stars on Their Brow

absolutely ridiculous.


True, but also utterly brilliant.


dexterpanik - 8-3-2005 at 16:18

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

also utterly brilliant.

i'm sure it is. in fact in chaz's absence i might get you to make me a cd of stuff i haven't heard of soon.


slow riot - 8-3-2005 at 16:26

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

i'm sure it is. in fact in chaz's absence i might get you to make me a cd of stuff i haven't heard of soon.


I can dig that, though I'll need some buzzwords or something on shit you like as a shovel please.


dexterpanik - 8-3-2005 at 16:53

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

i'm sure it is. in fact in chaz's absence i might get you to make me a cd of stuff i haven't heard of soon.


I can dig that, though I'll need some buzzwords or something on shit you like as a shovel please.

i will provide you with said shovel, just so long as you don't use it to dig up graves and get me kicked out of route.


slow riot - 8-3-2005 at 16:57

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

i will provide you with said shovel, just so long as you don't use it to dig up graves and get me kicked out of route.


Can do go sid-uation it is then.


*Miss World* - 9-3-2005 at 11:09

There's a bit of Natasha Bedingfield happening in the office next door. I am definitely bringing in a CD player this afternoon.


Vodkasheri - 9-3-2005 at 11:20

Tony Dancer - Elton "I'm Gay" John.


kat - 9-3-2005 at 11:51

the arcade fire e.p


dexterpanik - 9-3-2005 at 12:06

i've tried listening to loads of other bands, it's just that none of them are as good as the clash.


cherry_blossom_pig - 9-3-2005 at 12:11

neighborhood #3 (power out) - arcade fire.


AntManBee - 9-3-2005 at 12:15

Dream 100. One of the many joys of this here job.


jesus - 9-3-2005 at 12:16

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

the arcade fire e.p


show off, with your record you bought at the gig. not as good as funeral though, is it?


*Miss World* - 9-3-2005 at 12:17

I think this afternoon is calling for a bit of Blondie and Dusty Springfield.


kat - 9-3-2005 at 12:23

Quote:
Originally posted by jesus

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

the arcade fire e.p


show off, with your record you bought at the gig. not as good as funeral though, is it?


it would be fair to say that i'm slightly obsessed with them at the moment. no it's not as good as funeral but no cars go is one of their best songs.


AntManBee - 9-3-2005 at 12:24

I really hope they play the Camden Crawl. If theydon't, there's going to be some serious bottom lip action for days


if_only_ralph_were_real - 9-3-2005 at 12:29

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

I really hope they play the Camden Crawl. If theydon't, there's going to be some serious bottom lip action for days


I don't think they are sir.


cherry_blossom_pig - 9-3-2005 at 12:31

the camden crawl is sooooo overated. i bet it'll be rubbish!

listening to the power - snap.

[Edited on 9-3-2005 by cherry_blossom_pig]


AntManBee - 9-3-2005 at 12:35

Quote:
Originally posted by if_only_ralph_were_real

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

I really hope they play the Camden Crawl. If theydon't, there's going to be some serious bottom lip action for days


I don't think they are sir.


Don't piss on my Arcade Fire.


Funky Fairy - 9-3-2005 at 12:37

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Quote:
Originally posted by if_only_ralph_were_real

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

I really hope they play the Camden Crawl. If theydon't, there's going to be some serious bottom lip action for days


I don't think they are sir.


Don't piss on my Arcade Fire.

witty


Colin DIS - 9-3-2005 at 12:52

Stephen's In The Sky - Serafin


*Miss World* - 9-3-2005 at 12:56

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Dream 100. One of the many joys of this here job.


If there's a really bad DJ on, I'm proud to say it's my uncle Bill!


AntManBee - 9-3-2005 at 12:57

I've been lulled into a semi-sleep by relentless MOR, so I couldn't tell you


*Miss World* - 9-3-2005 at 13:00

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

I've been lulled into a semi-sleep by relentless MOR, so I couldn't tell you


Yep, that's him.


Becka - 9-3-2005 at 13:43

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Stephen's In The Sky - Serafin


Yayness

I am currently listening to "Blind Spot" - Transmatic


Mercury Rising - 9-3-2005 at 13:45

A classfull of teenagers who I have stupidly let come into my room during lunchtime.

Beat that, Mark.


slow riot - 9-3-2005 at 13:59

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

A classfull of teenagers who I have stupidly let come into my room during lunchtime.

Beat that, Mark.


The sound of a Tibetan nose flute recorded in an acoustically unsealed origami dungeon fed through 14 theremins and backed by a choir of 30,005 pre hormone therepy crossdressers and a half eaten apple?



I'm actually listening to a Cherrystones dj set, it's nice.


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 9-3-2005 at 17:20

The remixes of Krafty


slow riot - 9-3-2005 at 17:39

Flesh Balloons Of Tibet - Sun City Girls
The Difference It Makes (Original Mix) - The MFA
Hideyaface (Featuring Ghostface & EL-P) - Prefuse 73
Figaro (ST101 Remix) - Madvillain
Diplo Rhythm Feat. Sandra Melody, Vybz Cartel & Pantera Os Danadinhos - Diplo
a06 - DJ/ Rupture
The_Self_Centered_Stepmother... - of Montreal
Live Acid Jam - Kid 606
Dog Days - Matthew Dear
More Heroin - Superpitcher
Kinda New - Tiefschwarz Dub -Spektrum
Destroy Rock and Roll (Tom Neville Mix) - Mylo
Tipsy (cry.on.my.console PisZeD mix) - Jkwon
The Difference It Makes (Superpitcher Remix) - The MFA


cherry_blossom_pig - 9-3-2005 at 18:49

this city moans - redjetson


if_only_ralph_were_real - 9-3-2005 at 18:58

Bright Eyes- Lover I don't have to love *drool*


AntManBee - 9-3-2005 at 23:59

Alog - Miniatures
Stephen Malkmus - s/t
Arcade Fire - Arcade Fire EP
Vladislav Delay - Demo(n) Tracks


Becka - 10-3-2005 at 00:21

Osdorp Posse - "Origineel Amsterdams"


cherry_blossom_pig - 10-3-2005 at 09:15

aint no stopping us - ollie and jerry.


Vodkasheri - 10-3-2005 at 09:30

The contents of my mp3 player this morning are:
Closer - Nine Inch Nails
Blue Monday - Orgy
Stain of Mind - Slayer
Hello (turn your radio on) - Shakespears sister
Plug in Baby - Muse
Dragula - Rob Zombie
Perfect Drug - Nine Inch Nails
Buck Dich - Rammestein
Twist in my Sobriety - Tanita Tikaram
Tribe - Mad Capsule Markets
Oxygen - Wille Mason
Time is running out - Muse
Head like a hole - Nine Inch Nails
Superbeast - Rob Zombie
Firecracker - Roxy Saint
Drain the blood - The Distillers
Temptation - Heaven 17
Apply some pressure - Maximo Park


Colin DIS - 10-3-2005 at 09:31

1979 - Smashing Pumpkins


dexterpanik - 10-3-2005 at 09:35

on the way to london yesterday and back this morning:
ocs - moseley shoals (not nearly as good as it sounded when i was 16)
roxette - joyride (thank you for reminding me of this gem leppard - not as good as it sounded when i was 10, but a lovely trip down memory lane)
the clash - london calling (brilliant, obviously)


Jon - 10-3-2005 at 09:36

lars fredericksen and the bastards


Maverick - 10-3-2005 at 10:12

dubstar - stars


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 10-3-2005 at 11:58

electracy - morning afterglow. .Really, really, really pretty song


Mercury Rising - 10-3-2005 at 11:59

The New Pornographers, also very pretty songs.


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 10-3-2005 at 12:02

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

dubstar - stars


I've got that on single!


Mercury Rising - 10-3-2005 at 12:14

Quote:
Originally posted by Cleverest_of_monkeys

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

dubstar - stars


I've got that on single!


I'm listening to this as well now.


cherry_blossom_pig - 10-3-2005 at 12:34

recently :

dotted line/ i know - the performance.

lightsabre cokc sucking blues- mclusky

everyne says i'm paranoid - apartment.

haiti - arcade fire

zoo time / lizzies lions - mystery jets.

i never - battle


Colin DIS - 10-3-2005 at 12:40

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

The New Pornographers, also very pretty songs.


Their second album is great but their first album is blinding!

N.P: 'Rent' - Pet Shop Boys


Mercury Rising - 10-3-2005 at 12:41

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

The New Pornographers, also very pretty songs.


Their second album is great but their first album is blinding!

N.P: 'Rent' - Pet Shop Boys


Someone copied it for me so I don't know which one it is. It's the one that starts with 'The Electric Version'. I think it's pretty blinding.


Colin DIS - 10-3-2005 at 12:43

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

The New Pornographers, also very pretty songs.


Their second album is great but their first album is blinding!

N.P: 'Rent' - Pet Shop Boys


Someone copied it for me so I don't know which one it is. It's the one that starts with 'The Electric Version'. I think it's pretty blinding.


Thats the second. I will try and knock together the first one for you (will be next week when my home net connection is back on) Really is amazing! In my opinion it made more of Neko Case and her amazing voice and was more upbeat. Both are great though!

[Edited on 10-3-2005 by Colin DIS]


Mercury Rising - 10-3-2005 at 12:47

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

The New Pornographers, also very pretty songs.


Their second album is great but their first album is blinding!

N.P: 'Rent' - Pet Shop Boys


Someone copied it for me so I don't know which one it is. It's the one that starts with 'The Electric Version'. I think it's pretty blinding.


Thats the second. I will try and knock together the first one for you (will be next week when my home net connection is back on) Really is amazing!





SHED SEVEN - GETTING BETTER


Colin DIS - 10-3-2005 at 12:50

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

The New Pornographers, also very pretty songs.


Their second album is great but their first album is blinding!

N.P: 'Rent' - Pet Shop Boys


Someone copied it for me so I don't know which one it is. It's the one that starts with 'The Electric Version'. I think it's pretty blinding.


Thats the second. I will try and knock together the first one for you (will be next week when my home net connection is back on) Really is amazing!





SHED SEVEN - GETTING BETTER


Straight back atcha! For now though, check out this wee morsel from it :-

Mass Romantic - New Pornographers


rose_is_rose - 10-3-2005 at 12:57

bob dylan - blonde on blonde.

i cant believe how many times i listened to this album when i was 15.


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 10-3-2005 at 13:04

Bob Dylan
Ryan Adams

You dont need to own anything else


MR CHATTERBOX - 10-3-2005 at 13:50

Vincent Vincent and the Villians - On my Own

Vincent Vincent and the Villians - B side Baby

Battle - Tendancy

Battle - Feel the same

Battle- I never.

Bally Sagoo - Churaliya

Hans Raj Haj - Dil Chori Sadda Ho Gaya ( Great Indian songs)

The Mars Volta - Frances the Mute

VVV are rockabilly at it's sweetest and they happen to the buffest brers i've seen!!!!!!It's the beautiful 50's clothing they wear and old guitars they play. This band excite me. Needless to say when i saw em with Battle, i was happyyyy


jesus - 10-3-2005 at 13:53

bright eyes - digital ash in a digital urn
nome's cd ring contribution
rem - around the sun
detroit cobras - baby
hot snakes - suicide invoice


Vive Le Rock - 10-3-2005 at 13:55

'Letter From An Occupant' by The New Pornographers is excellent. Neco Case' voice is stunning.

But at the mo I'm listening to
ESG - 'A South Bronx Story'
Rogers Sisters - 'Purely Evil
Lansing Dreiden - 'IX X XI XII'


jesus - 10-3-2005 at 14:02

do the new pornographers have a new album out soon/now? i seem to remember i heard something about it but i'm not sure. electric version is pretty cool.


Joe Wiz - 10-3-2005 at 14:08

Yay for the Dubstar mention.


RadioEd - 10-3-2005 at 14:13

fridge - happiness


Mercury Rising - 10-3-2005 at 14:15

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

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Originally posted by Mercury Rising

The New Pornographers, also very pretty songs.


Their second album is great but their first album is blinding!

N.P: 'Rent' - Pet Shop Boys


Someone copied it for me so I don't know which one it is. It's the one that starts with 'The Electric Version'. I think it's pretty blinding.


Thats the second. I will try and knock together the first one for you (will be next week when my home net connection is back on) Really is amazing!





SHED SEVEN - GETTING BETTER


Straight back atcha! For now though, check out this wee morsel from it :-

Mass Romantic - New Pornographers



thank you again.


dexterpanik - 10-3-2005 at 14:55

just had my first cursory listen of willy mason's album. i think i like it.


jazzy - 10-3-2005 at 14:57

engineers - engineers


cherry_blossom_pig - 10-3-2005 at 15:12

N.E.R.D - in search of.


cherry_blossom_pig - 10-3-2005 at 16:38

love life / blase single - performance.

gosh i'm really loving this band.


cheese&biscuits - 10-3-2005 at 16:45

Bloc party........compliments

i have it on repeat because i love it so much


kat - 10-3-2005 at 18:36

four tet - pause


TC - 10-3-2005 at 19:08

little sister by qotsa on xfm top 7 at 7.

stop press, its now do me bad things, with 'whats hideous'.


Jon - 10-3-2005 at 21:15

Quote:
Originally posted by TC

little sister by qotsa on xfm top 7 at 7.

stop press, its now do me bad things, with 'whats hideous'.


i've been playing the Do Me Bad Things track for a few weeks now...it's catchy as hell

The QOTSA single rocks too...i'm looking forward to the album


TC - 10-3-2005 at 22:44

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Quote:
Originally posted by TC

little sister by qotsa on xfm top 7 at 7.

stop press, its now do me bad things, with 'whats hideous'.


i've been playing the Do Me Bad Things track for a few weeks now...it's catchy as hell

The QOTSA single rocks too...i'm looking forward to the album


yeah, im liking it. those swan setlists look awesome!


MR CHATTERBOX - 11-3-2005 at 01:02

Dresden Dolls- Bad Habit.

Quite easily the weirdest thing i've heard.

[Edited on 11-3-2005 by MR CHATTERBOX]


TC - 11-3-2005 at 04:05

im listening to gravity, an amazing song, on xfm


Jon - 11-3-2005 at 09:33

loads of Towers of London, Mainline, Tom Vek, Eighteen Visions, Do Me Bad Things, Slunt, The Arcade Fire, and the advert-tastic Caesar's Palace


Colin DIS - 11-3-2005 at 09:34

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Towers of London


Talentless cunts!


Jon - 11-3-2005 at 09:40

Quote:
Originally posted by Colin DIS

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Towers of London


Talentless cunts!


dulcie - 11-3-2005 at 11:29

kaito - you've seen us...you must have seen us...
elastica - the radio one sessions


Becka - 11-3-2005 at 20:12

"Casino" - Buffseeds


Matt Paradise - 11-3-2005 at 22:55

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

recently :

dotted line/ i know - the performance.

lightsabre cokc sucking blues- mclusky

everyne says i'm paranoid - apartment.

haiti - arcade fire

zoo time / lizzies lions - mystery jets.

i never - battle


You're my favourite. Have you got that Performance single? I ordered it but I dunno if it'll turn up, might be out of stock. Where did you get that Battle song?


Matt Paradise - 11-3-2005 at 22:57

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

love life / blase single - performance.

gosh i'm really loving this band.


blase's a bit cock, but Love Life and Live a Little are wicked.


cherry_blossom_pig - 11-3-2005 at 23:10

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

recently :

dotted line/ i know - the performance.

lightsabre cokc sucking blues- mclusky

everyne says i'm paranoid - apartment.

haiti - arcade fire

zoo time / lizzies lions - mystery jets.

i never - battle


You're my favourite. Have you got that Performance single? I ordered it but I dunno if it'll turn up, might be out of stock. Where did you get that Battle song?


yeh man, i managed to both singles.

ordered dotted line off juno records website i think. got it for under £4 but i think i got the last one and love life was 99p off ebay. cashback.

re: the battle song. "i never" was on thier website, when they were called killing moon. can put it on a cd if u like?

[Edited on 11-3-2005 by cherry_blossom_pig]


cherry_blossom_pig - 11-3-2005 at 23:13

top gun soundtrack..


Matt Paradise - 11-3-2005 at 23:18

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

Quote:
Originally posted by Matt Paradise

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

recently :

dotted line/ i know - the performance.

lightsabre cokc sucking blues- mclusky

everyne says i'm paranoid - apartment.

haiti - arcade fire

zoo time / lizzies lions - mystery jets.

i never - battle


You're my favourite. Have you got that Performance single? I ordered it but I dunno if it'll turn up, might be out of stock. Where did you get that Battle song?


yeh man, i managed to both singles.

ordered dotted line off juno records website i think. got it for under £4 but i think i got the last one and love life was 99p off ebay. cashback.

re: the battle song. "i never" was on thier website, when they were called killing moon. can put it on a cd if u like?

[Edited on 11-3-2005 by cherry_blossom_pig]



Ooh yes please. I downloaded Tendancy from their website (and played it at Milkshake last night )


Listening to -

PiL - Death Disco/ This is not a love song
Cabaret Voltaire - Red Mecca


EternalLife - 13-3-2005 at 13:44

R.E.M. - Time After Time Etc. (Live Medley - Time After Time/Red Rain/So.Central Rain)

So amazing...

And now...Dashboard Confessional - Remember to Breathe


AntManBee - 13-3-2005 at 13:56

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

top gun soundtrack..


Corrine, this is not blushworthy at all. I have a copy of the Top Gun soundtrack and I don't care who knows


Becka - 13-3-2005 at 14:14

"This Is How It Goes" - Billy Talent


Funky Fairy - 13-3-2005 at 16:52

The Blutones- Sleezy Bed Track.


kat - 13-3-2005 at 17:39

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

The Blutones- Sleezy Bed Track.


brilliant song.


if_only_ralph_were_real - 13-3-2005 at 17:41

The Doors


cherry_blossom_pig - 13-3-2005 at 17:41

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

top gun soundtrack..


Corrine, this is not blushworthy at all. I have a copy of the Top Gun soundtrack and I don't care who knows


whats your favourite track?

its all about the danger zone by moister kenny loggins and obviosuly "playing with the boys" cus it reminds me of cruise and the boys playing volly ball and looking very hot !


Funky Fairy - 13-3-2005 at 17:43

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

The Blutones- Sleezy Bed Track.


brilliant song.


kat - 13-3-2005 at 17:43

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

top gun soundtrack..


Corrine, this is not blushworthy at all. I have a copy of the Top Gun soundtrack and I don't care who knows


whats your favourite track?

its all about the danger zone by moister kenny loggins and obviosuly "playing with the boys" cus it reminds me of cruise and the boys playing volly ball and looking very hot !



it's not as good as the dirty dancing soundtrack though.


cherry_blossom_pig - 13-3-2005 at 17:46

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

top gun soundtrack..


Corrine, this is not blushworthy at all. I have a copy of the Top Gun soundtrack and I don't care who knows


whats your favourite track?

its all about the danger zone by moister kenny loggins and obviosuly "playing with the boys" cus it reminds me of cruise and the boys playing volly ball and looking very hot !



it's not as good as the dirty dancing soundtrack though.


as much as i adore u kat kins. You. are.wrong


you know "take my breath away" is 80's encapsulated..


Jon - 13-3-2005 at 17:50

thirteen senses
mad capsule markets
marilyn manson
rammstein
primal scream


kat - 13-3-2005 at 17:51

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig



as much as i adore u kat kins. You. are.wrong


you know "take my breath away" is 80's encapsulated..



mojo - 13-3-2005 at 19:53

Ben Harper


AntManBee - 13-3-2005 at 19:55

Today has been made more bearable by the aural pleasures of...

The Arcade Fire - Funeral
Beck - Guero
Neko Case - Blacklisted
Laura Veirs - Carbon Glacier
Tom Vek - We Have Sound
Sigur Ros - Von


EternalLife - 13-3-2005 at 20:04

Abuse Me - Silverchair


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 13-3-2005 at 20:04

Movement - new order


mojo - 13-3-2005 at 20:06

*Goo Goo Dolls-Full Forever
*Joy Division-Love Will Tear Us Apart


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 13-3-2005 at 21:19

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Today has been made more bearable by the aural pleasures of...



tom webb?


AntManBee - 13-3-2005 at 21:25

Quote:
Originally posted by Cleverest_of_monkeys

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Today has been made more bearable by the aural pleasures of...



tom webb?


Aural, Colin, aural. Much as I have big love for the man Webb, my ears are sacred.


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 13-3-2005 at 21:27

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Quote:
Originally posted by Cleverest_of_monkeys

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Today has been made more bearable by the aural pleasures of...



tom webb?


Aural, Colin, aural. Much as I have big love for the man Webb, my ears are sacred.



- thought it looked a bit wrong!


EternalLife - 13-3-2005 at 21:32

Quote:
Originally posted by Cleverest_of_monkeys

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Quote:
Originally posted by Cleverest_of_monkeys

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Today has been made more bearable by the aural pleasures of...



tom webb?


Aural, Colin, aural. Much as I have big love for the man Webb, my ears are sacred.



- thought it looked a bit wrong!



BlackStar - 13-3-2005 at 21:44

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Today has been made more bearable by the aural pleasures of...


Sigur Ros - Von


i got this for my birthday off my best mate and i still havent listened to it. i will tonight.


cheese&biscuits - 13-3-2005 at 22:37

the washing machine because itunes is a bastard and i cant find the plug for my stereo and my pc is refusing to play any cds cos itunes is aset as the default......bloody brilliant.....i hope its just a phase its going through.


Becka - 13-3-2005 at 22:51

"Pea" - Red Hot Chili Peppers


rose_is_rose - 14-3-2005 at 04:26

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Today has been made more bearable by the aural pleasures of...

Neko Case - Blacklisted


yeah gavin!!! i love neko. you should get "the tigers have spoken" if you can find it on soulseek or whatever. my favorite song on blacklisted is the one about running out of fools. so good.

today for me:

waylon jennings - honky tonk heroes (this is a fucking awesome record)
violent femmes - assorted songs

+random tracks from my friends ipod, heavily sonic youth and led zeppelin. its been a good day.


mojo - 14-3-2005 at 07:05

The Matrix soundtrack....perfect for revising Nuclear stuffs....


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 14-3-2005 at 08:43

The Last Resort - Dead 60s


Jon - 14-3-2005 at 09:51

Quote:
Originally posted by Becka

"Pea" - Red Hot Chili Peppers




they played this one at Reading a few years back...well funny!


Becka - 14-3-2005 at 10:11

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Quote:
Originally posted by Becka

"Pea" - Red Hot Chili Peppers




they played this one at Reading a few years back...well funny!


I love it. It`s just so random


if_only_ralph_were_real - 14-3-2005 at 10:49

Maximo Park- The Coast Is Always Changing


kat - 14-3-2005 at 14:37

the shins - oh, inverted world


jazzy - 14-3-2005 at 14:38

today's listening has included....

the blood arm - do i have your attention
maximo park - the coast is always changing
joy division - unknown pleasures


RadioEd - 14-3-2005 at 14:41

a certain ratio - id like to see you again
american music club - love songs for patriots


i am sam - 14-3-2005 at 16:23

the new rough trade best of 2004. brilliant, brilliant, brilliant.


Colin DIS - 14-3-2005 at 16:43

Legend Of Zelda - System Of A Down


cherry_blossom_pig - 14-3-2005 at 21:14

gavins cd ring contribution. dman good effort .

just spend my time in the kitched ndancing to that amarillo song song by tony christie.


AntManBee - 14-3-2005 at 23:16

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

gavins cd ring contribution. dman good effort .

just spend my time in the kitched ndancing to that amarillo song song by tony christie.


I thought it was shite, but thank you very much. If I had my time again, it's be a very different CD.


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 14-3-2005 at 23:19

*Engineers - Engineers
*Modest Mouse - the moon & antarctica
*David Ford - State of the union

and tomorrow will probably offer more joys


mojo - 15-3-2005 at 03:48

radiohead radiohead radiohead


Mercury Rising - 15-3-2005 at 08:13

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

If I had my time again, it's be a very different CD.


aka 'It's probably a virus.'
aaka 'Keep in a cool, dry place.'



This morning I was listening to:-

New Rhodes - I Wish I Was You
The Stills - Lola Stars and Stripes
Bloc Party - Little Thoughts
Regina Spektor - Poor Little Rich Boy
Interpol - Evil

[Edited on 15-3-2005 by Mercury Rising]


Colin DIS - 15-3-2005 at 08:38

Josephine - Terrorvision
21 Ounces - GLC


Jon - 15-3-2005 at 09:25

My most recent listening exploits include the following...

Engineers - Engineers
The Wildhearts - Earth Vs The Wildhearts
Slunt - The Best Thing
Goo Goo Dolls - Give A Little Bit
Brian Jonestown Massacre - And This Is Our Music
Paul Weller - Stanley Road
Veruca Salt - American Thighs
Edwin Starr

[Edited on 15-3-2005 by Jon]


EternalLife - 15-3-2005 at 09:34

Los - Rammstein

It's my new favourite. It sounds like it should be in a Western or something. Download it.

I bet not one person will...


Jon - 15-3-2005 at 09:50

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

Los - Rammstein

It's my new favourite. It sounds like it should be in a Western or something. Download it.

I bet not one person will...


i've already got it.....it's quite a good one...i prefer Ohne Dich or Mein Teil on that CD


Funky Fairy - 15-3-2005 at 10:08

Quote:
Originally posted by Cleverest_of_monkeys


*David Ford - State of the union


good call Colin!


Maverick - 15-3-2005 at 10:16

Black Grape... who are ace despite what all you Shaun Ryder baiters might think.


Vodkasheri - 15-3-2005 at 10:19

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Black Grape... who are ace despite what all you Shaun Ryder baiters might think.



Not anything to do with listening to anything, but i've just finished reading Bez's autobiography. Bloody funny it is too!


EternalLife - 15-3-2005 at 10:19

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Quote:
Originally posted by EternalLife

Los - Rammstein

It's my new favourite. It sounds like it should be in a Western or something. Download it.

I bet not one person will...


i've already got it.....it's quite a good one...i prefer Ohne Dich or Mein Teil on that CD


Yeah they are both great...as is Keine Lust (have you seem the video?!) Actually, I like all of them a lot.

Ohne Dich is really nice, sad lyrics.


Jon - 15-3-2005 at 10:33

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

Black Grape... who are ace despite what all you Shaun Ryder baiters might think.


saw them live...brilliant


jazzy - 15-3-2005 at 12:36

daft punk - human after all


dexterpanik - 15-3-2005 at 12:39

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

daft punk - human after all

album or song? the album got a bit of a beating by the guardian, title track aside. they said 'if daft punk were playing this in your house, you'd kick them out.'


jesus - 15-3-2005 at 12:41

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

The Wildhearts - Earth Vs The Wildhearts
[Edited on 15-3-2005 by Jon]


that's the way to do it. 'news of the world' is ace.


cheese&biscuits - 15-3-2005 at 14:40

Interpol.....Evil


if_only_ralph_were_real - 15-3-2005 at 14:58

Quote:
Originally posted by i am sam

the new rough trade best of 2004. brilliant, brilliant, brilliant.


I'm particually liking the second CD


Becka - 15-3-2005 at 15:14

Hot Action Cop - "Fever For The Flava"


Jon - 15-3-2005 at 15:54

Quote:
Originally posted by Becka

Hot Action Cop - "Fever For The Flava"


"I got the green glow under my car

I got the boom boom system you can hear real far"


Becka - 15-3-2005 at 15:59

Quote:
Originally posted by Jon

Quote:
Originally posted by Becka

Hot Action Cop - "Fever For The Flava"


"I got the green glow under my car

I got the boom boom system you can hear real far"



Funky Fairy - 15-3-2005 at 16:00

strawberry fire- apples in stereo


EternalLife - 15-3-2005 at 16:30

Quote:
Originally posted by Funky Fairy

strawberry fire- apples in stereo


For some reason I read that as 'apples in tesco' I'm really hungry.


if_only_ralph_were_real - 15-3-2005 at 21:01

Mu- We Love Guys Named Luke


kat - 15-3-2005 at 21:38

the cardigans - long gone before daylight


Jon - 15-3-2005 at 23:16

my current playlist includes these snippets......

The Wonder Stuff - Don't Let Me Down Gently
Black Grape - Kellys Heroes
Duran Duran - Union Of The Snake
The Wildhearts - You Got To Get Through What You've Got To Go Through To Get What You Want, But You Got to Know What You Want To Get Through What You Got To Go Through
Hole - Gold Dust Woman
Young Heart Attack - Misty Rowe
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Bang!
Menswe@r - I'll Manage Somehow
hed(PE) - Blackout
Ash - Kung Fu
R.E.M. - Bittersweet Me


Becka - 16-3-2005 at 15:33

Eve 6 - "Think Twice"


cherry_blossom_pig - 16-3-2005 at 15:52

silent alrm - bloc party

i love the begining of blue light, its glorius.


if_only_ralph_were_real - 16-3-2005 at 15:55

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

silent alrm - bloc party

i love the begining of blue light, its glorius.


Corrine, Tinkerbell is starting to disturb me.......is it supposed to look like a view from underneath her while she is getting busy?


cherry_blossom_pig - 16-3-2005 at 15:57

thats sick jenna dont ruin my child hood love for tinks


if_only_ralph_were_real - 16-3-2005 at 16:00

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

thats sick jenna dont ruin my child hood love for tinks


Sorry! My brain is a bit dead and I did watch if for far too long. I have warped my mind. *still ill and trying to do work*


cheese&biscuits - 16-3-2005 at 16:02

Quote:
Originally posted by if_only_ralph_were_real

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

silent alrm - bloc party

i love the begining of blue light, its glorius.


Corrine, Tinkerbell is starting to disturb me.......is it supposed to look like a view from underneath her while she is getting busy?



oh dear lord i stared for too long too and i now think the same as you......whats wrong with me?


cherry_blossom_pig - 16-3-2005 at 16:02

forgiven! just dont do it agin!


jazzy - 16-3-2005 at 16:42

desaparecidos - read music speak spanish

conor oberst is a genius at loud music too. bastard.


kat - 16-3-2005 at 16:53

rufus wainwright - want one


nome - 16-3-2005 at 20:18

The Go! Team - I have finally got it downloaded after months of trying although the jury remains out on whether it was worth the wait or not.


nome - 16-3-2005 at 20:20

Quote:
Originally posted by if_only_ralph_were_real

Corrine, Tinkerbell is starting to disturb me.......is it supposed to look
like a view from underneath her while she is getting busy?


I hadn't noticed that before but it really does! Sorry Corrine


cherry_blossom_pig - 16-3-2005 at 21:25

i'm gonna chage it now, i cant have u guys corrupting my innocent mind!


cherry_blossom_pig - 16-3-2005 at 21:34

listening to jamie olivers fat tongue on channel 4, bless him.

[Edited on 16-3-2005 by cherry_blossom_pig]


AntManBee - 16-3-2005 at 22:40

Leonard Cohen - Songs of Love and Hate
Keren Ann - Not Going Anywhere
Emiliana Torrini - Fisherman's Woman


cheese&biscuits - 17-3-2005 at 10:02

hundred reasons....avalanche


cherry_blossom_pig - 17-3-2005 at 10:29

snow white - zoot woman.


cherry_blossom_pig - 17-3-2005 at 13:24

rebellion ( lies) - arcade fire.


if_only_ralph_were_real - 17-3-2005 at 14:27

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

snow white - zoot woman.


Yeah! I was listening to Bored, Somewhat Detatched earlier!


nome - 17-3-2005 at 14:30

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

i'm gonna chage it now, i cant have u guys corrupting my innocent mind!


Your new little man is very cute though - although he looks a bit like a pill with arms and legs?!


cherry_blossom_pig - 17-3-2005 at 14:43

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

i'm gonna chage it now, i cant have u guys corrupting my innocent mind!


Your new little man is very cute though - although he looks a bit like a pill with arms and legs?!

a pill doing tai chi with crazy hair? i much prefer that to tinker bell engagign in sme coital action.

on another note i am listenoing to i aint saying my goodbyes by sexy vek. ooh mama.


if_only_ralph_were_real - 17-3-2005 at 14:46

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

i'm gonna chage it now, i cant have u guys corrupting my innocent mind!


Your new little man is very cute though - although he looks a bit like a pill with arms and legs?!

a pill doing tai chi with crazy hair? i much prefer that to tinker bell engagign in sme coital action.

on another note i am listenoing to i aint saying my goodbyes by sexy vek. ooh mama.


I like that little guy....he looks like he is being attacked by transparent bees


cherry_blossom_pig - 17-3-2005 at 14:48

i love your mind jennster.


if_only_ralph_were_real - 17-3-2005 at 14:57

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

i love your mind jennster.


"Evil bees, get away from me, urgh, erh ah well...."


kat - 17-3-2005 at 14:58

he looks like he's doing the two shy shy dance (well, part of it)


if_only_ralph_were_real - 17-3-2005 at 14:59

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

he looks like he's doing the two shy shy dance (well, part of it)



girl.afraid - 17-3-2005 at 16:41

microphones in the trees- a silver mt. zion then
have you passed through this night?- explosions in the sky.

i totally forgot how much i love these two bands.


cherry_blossom_pig - 17-3-2005 at 18:38

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

he looks like he's doing the two shy shy dance (well, part of it)


kajagoogoo? i didnt realise there was a dance!


Funky Fairy - 17-3-2005 at 18:41

David J.Ford- Cheer up (you miserable fuck)


kat - 17-3-2005 at 20:36

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

he looks like he's doing the two shy shy dance (well, part of it)


kajagoogoo? i didnt realise there was a dance!


oh my god! you are gonna love it.


kat - 17-3-2005 at 20:37

josh rouse - 1972

bought three complete bargains today; the josh rouse, ryan adams - love is hell pt 1 and johnny cash greatest hits on vinyl. feeling quite guilty now though.


cherry_blossom_pig - 17-3-2005 at 21:24

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

he looks like he's doing the two shy shy dance (well, part of it)


kajagoogoo? i didnt realise there was a dance!


oh my god! you are gonna love it.



i insist on u doing it for me (in a non sex wise way of course:blush


cherry_blossom_pig - 17-3-2005 at 21:26

Quote:
Originally posted by if_only_ralph_were_real

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

i love your mind jennster.


"Evil bees, get away from me, urgh, erh ah well...."


yeah looks like he can't be bothered anymore! like its run of the mill stuff. bless him.

autumn sweter - yo la tengo.


kat - 17-3-2005 at 21:26

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

he looks like he's doing the two shy shy dance (well, part of it)


kajagoogoo? i didnt realise there was a dance!


oh my god! you are gonna love it.



i insist on u doing it for me (in a non sex wise way of course:blush



of course!


cheese&biscuits - 17-3-2005 at 22:19

bowling for soup, girl all the bad guys want
itunes is on random thought i might share that with you all....


kat - 18-3-2005 at 11:35

pj harvey - stories from the city stories from the sea


jazzy - 18-3-2005 at 11:36

suede - dogmanstar


rose_is_rose - 18-3-2005 at 13:10

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

pj harvey - stories from the city stories from the sea


you like any of her other albums? is this desire is my favorite.

i'm listening to a (fucking great) mix that i made that's going to find its way across the ocean soon...


i am sam - 18-3-2005 at 13:23

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

pj harvey - stories from the city stories from the sea


you like any of her other albums? is this desire is my favorite.

i'm listening to a (fucking great) mix that i made that's going to find its way across the ocean soon...


i hope i'm not assuming too much when i say BRILLIANT.


cheese&biscuits - 18-3-2005 at 13:44

feeder........pushing the senses


kat - 18-3-2005 at 13:54

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

pj harvey - stories from the city stories from the sea


you like any of her other albums? is this desire is my favorite.

i'm listening to a (fucking great) mix that i made that's going to find its way across the ocean soon...


i've heard uh huh her and to bring you my love but stories form the city is my favourite, i've listened to it so much. it's a near perfect album for me. i think she's a completely amazing woman.


jazzy - 18-3-2005 at 13:55

hey man (now you're really living) - eels
somewhere else - razorlight
time stops - teenage fanclub
banquet - bloc party
heavy lifting - amublance ltd


Becka - 18-3-2005 at 13:58

"Escape Pod For Intangibles" - Hopesfall


kat - 18-3-2005 at 14:43

josh rouse - 1972

a lovely, happy album.


rose_is_rose - 19-3-2005 at 03:57

Quote:
Originally posted by i am sam

Quote:
Originally posted by rose_is_rose

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

pj harvey - stories from the city stories from the sea


you like any of her other albums? is this desire is my favorite.

i'm listening to a (fucking great) mix that i made that's going to find its way across the ocean soon...


i hope i'm not assuming too much when i say BRILLIANT.


it is brilliant, i've been trading with this girl in iceland...

just kidding, sam. its all yours.


Colin DIS - 19-3-2005 at 08:59

Active M - Sunshine
Jacksons Warehouse - Hotel By The Sea
Rebus - The Work Song
South Ambulance - Die 5 Times Times 5
Weezer - The World Has Turned (Original Demo)


cherry_blossom_pig - 19-3-2005 at 10:02

i hate models - neil's children


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 20-3-2005 at 00:21

Longcut - Late Night Bus

[Edited on 20-3-2005 by Cleverest_of_monkeys]


cherry_blossom_pig - 20-3-2005 at 00:43

Quote:
Originally posted by Cleverest_of_monkeys

Longcut - Late Night Bus

[Edited on 20-3-2005 by Cleverest_of_monkeys]



good call!

fix up look sharp - dizzie rascal


joediddly - 20-3-2005 at 00:47

Spark Another Owl- Cypress Hill


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 20-3-2005 at 12:01

Agent Blue - Crossbreed , probably my favourate tune at the moment.


AntManBee - 20-3-2005 at 12:03

The Bandits - And They Walked Away


kat - 20-3-2005 at 12:49

lowgold - just backwards of square


Jon - 20-3-2005 at 18:29

The Wildhearts - Stormy In The North, Karma In The South
The Wildhearts - Vanilla Radio
The Wildhearts - Suckerpunch
The Wildhearts - Caffiene Bomb
The Wildhearts - If Life Is Like A Love Bank, I Want An Overdraft
The Wildhearts - Only Love
The Wildhearts - Sick Of Drugs
The Wildhearts - I Wanna Go Where The People Go
The Wildhearts - Crying Over Nothing
The Wildhearts - Inglorious

...a bit of a Wildhearts day for some reason


Becka - 20-3-2005 at 19:10

"The General" - Dispatch


kat - 20-3-2005 at 19:23

ed's cd ring cd and it's briliant.


MR CHATTERBOX - 20-3-2005 at 22:53

Quote:
Originally posted by Becka

"Escape Pod For Intangibles" - Hopesfall


I love that tuneeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. Best song on the album. So relaxing, they played with my favourite band, Sikth.


MR CHATTERBOX - 20-3-2005 at 22:55

Quote:
Originally posted by if_only_ralph_were_real

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

snow white - zoot woman.


Yeah! I was listening to Bored, Somewhat Detatched earlier!



This is really amusing.


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 20-3-2005 at 23:03

The Secret Machines - Now Here is Nowhere


kat - 20-3-2005 at 23:09

the webb brothers


BlackStar - 20-3-2005 at 23:11

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

Quote:
Originally posted by Cleverest_of_monkeys

Longcut - Late Night Bus

[Edited on 20-3-2005 by Cleverest_of_monkeys]




fix up look sharp - dizzie rascal


*dances*


Jon - 21-3-2005 at 09:30

Quote:
Originally posted by BlackStar

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

Quote:
Originally posted by Cleverest_of_monkeys

Longcut - Late Night Bus

[Edited on 20-3-2005 by Cleverest_of_monkeys]




fix up look sharp - dizzie rascal


*dances*


has anyone heard the mash-up of Fix Up Look Sharp with Chas'N'Dave's 'Rabbit'? It's genius


blown away - 21-3-2005 at 09:52

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

josh rouse - 1972

a lovely, happy album.


yeah ! the man's a genius ... Did you see him at glastonbury ?


Mercury Rising - 21-3-2005 at 09:53

I've been listening to remade copy of my CD ring compilation which is why Tobias still hasn't got it.


kat - 21-3-2005 at 10:19

Quote:
Originally posted by blown away

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

josh rouse - 1972

a lovely, happy album.


yeah ! the man's a genius ... Did you see him at glastonbury ?


yeah, he was great. i met sam at the tent though and was nearly in tears because i got lost and thought i was going to miss all of his set.


blown away - 21-3-2005 at 19:10

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

Quote:
Originally posted by blown away

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

josh rouse - 1972

a lovely, happy album.


yeah ! the man's a genius ... Did you see him at glastonbury ?


yeah, he was great. i met sam at the tent though and was nearly in tears because i got lost and thought i was going to miss all of his set.



so I went stupidly on my own to see him and you were probably not far away. Oh well ... it was great indeed !


joediddly - 21-3-2005 at 19:12

Essex Dogs-Blur


Matt Paradise - 21-3-2005 at 19:18

I'm listening to my lovely new BSP singles.


blown away - 21-3-2005 at 19:37

Bruce Springsteen - it's hard to be a saint in the city


yeah !


cheese&biscuits - 21-3-2005 at 19:38

Damien rice the blowers daughter


AntManBee - 21-3-2005 at 19:57

Quote:
Originally posted by cheese&biscuits

Damien rice the blowers daughter


I read that as 'Damien Rice blows the daughter'. Worrying?


*Miss World* - 21-3-2005 at 20:06

"France" by The Libertines. Lovely song.


MR CHATTERBOX - 21-3-2005 at 20:20

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

"France" by The Libertines. Lovely song.


I've never heard that. Is that a b-side?


*Miss World* - 21-3-2005 at 20:21

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

"France" by The Libertines. Lovely song.


I've never heard that. Is that a b-side?


If you play the last track on the second album - "What Became of the Likely Lads?" - there's a pause at the end, and then Carl singing "France".


MR CHATTERBOX - 21-3-2005 at 20:26

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

"France" by The Libertines. Lovely song.


I've never heard that. Is that a b-side?


If you play the last track on the second album - "What Became of the Likely Lads?" - there's a pause at the end, and then Carl singing "France".


A ha, yes that is a nice song indeed.


jtack - 21-3-2005 at 22:44

Queens of the Stone Age - Lullabies to Paralyse

was expecting to be dissapointed by the new record, especially when i heard it featured brody dalle
so far it seams like a quality record if not up to previous releases in terms of originality.
will require a few more listens to come to a conclusive opinion.
and luckily you can't make out brody


kat - 21-3-2005 at 22:55

bright eyes - true blue


jtack - 21-3-2005 at 23:43

Yo La Tengo - I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One


cherry_blossom_pig - 22-3-2005 at 00:59

i like that album.

no fun - sex pistols


Rockajeglo - 22-3-2005 at 03:24

The Beach Boys - Today!/Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!)

After listening to pretty much everything worth hearing post-Pet Sounds, I thought 'let's go backwards' so I got the CD with the two albums before PS. It's very good, certainly rivals (and probably betters) anything the Beatles did before 'Rubber Soul'. If you like them (Gareth, are you reading this? ) and you don't have it then go check it.

However it's not helping me do my work so... *disappears*

[Edited on 22/3/2005 by Rockajeglo]


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 22-3-2005 at 12:28

New Beck album

Best album of the year so far.

A massive return to form.


Vodkasheri - 22-3-2005 at 13:25

Quote:
Originally posted by self_five_for_the_big_dog

New Beck album

Best album of the year so far.

A massive return to form.


I'm not convinced, maybe it's a grower!


waghorn - 22-3-2005 at 13:46

Quote:
Quote:
New Beck album

Best album of the year so far.

A massive return to form.


I'm not convinced, maybe it's a grower!

I'm loving Erykah Badu's Baduizm at the mo. Been meaning to buy it since I was 15 and only got aroung to doing it about a month ago. Definitely worth the wait


i am sam - 22-3-2005 at 14:55

julien, have you heard bowie's cover of it's hard to be a saint in the city? it's my favourite bowie song.

and greg (rockajeglo not self five), the beach boys today is great! especially what would have been side two (back in the day when records had two sides).


rose_is_rose - 22-3-2005 at 15:56

the detroit cobras - baby
rilo kiley - more adventurous
graham coxon - happiness in magazines


Mercury Rising - 23-3-2005 at 08:13

I've been listening to Swoon a lot, hence the avatar. I don't approve of buying on CD something I already have exactly the same on vinyl but it was only two pounds so what can you do. And it's got me listening to it again.


cheese&biscuits - 23-3-2005 at 08:41

feeder-just a day......pure brilliance


i am sam - 23-3-2005 at 09:22

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

bright eyes - true blue


i've totally joined you on that front.


dexterpanik - 23-3-2005 at 09:39

was listening to morning glory on the way to work this morning. the sixth form college students crossing the road and seeing me singing along to wonderwall were looking at me as if i was saaaaaaaaaaaad. i felt quite old.


Mercury Rising - 23-3-2005 at 09:40

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

was listening to morning glory on the way to work this morning. the sixth form college students crossing the road and seeing me singing along to wonderwall were looking at me as if i was saaaaaaaaaaaad. i felt quite old.


*Miss World* - 23-3-2005 at 14:35

The Glitterati - "You Got Nothing on Me"
Annie - "Chewing Gum"


cheese&biscuits - 23-3-2005 at 22:11

Matsuo finds himself victim to the might of the others, ep from The Getaway


xjohnx - 23-3-2005 at 22:44

The explosion-points west
Wilco's cover of airline to heaven
levellers-lilburnes death song
and some dot allison


joediddly - 23-3-2005 at 23:21

Ah the Levellers and John Lilburne, takes me back to Levellers Day 2004...what a day.


Jon - 24-3-2005 at 01:04

Glitterati - You Got Nothing On Me
Do Me Bad Things - What's Hideous/Time For Deliverance
Dropkick Murphys - Mob Mentality (Lorri played this @ Zest on Monday...a surprise floor-filler)
Paw - Jessie
The Kills - Pull A U
The Amps - Tipp City
Fear Factory - Linchpin
Faith No More - Ricochet


kat - 24-3-2005 at 11:29

ambulance ltd - heavy lifting.

brilliant.


cherry_blossom_pig - 24-3-2005 at 11:37

her jazz- huggy bear.


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 24-3-2005 at 12:17

Johnny Cash - This is Gold - cd2!


jazzy - 24-3-2005 at 17:08

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

her jazz- huggy bear.


has kat joined huggy bear?

i'm currently listening to guero by mr beck hansen. and its great. really great.


kat - 24-3-2005 at 18:43

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

her jazz- huggy bear.


has kat joined huggy bear?






ELO - mr. blue sky


AntManBee - 27-3-2005 at 17:29

British Sea Power - Open Season
Ambulance Ltd. - s/t
Rilo Kiley - The Initial Friend EP
The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds


HayleyC - 27-3-2005 at 17:38

been in my dad's car all day so i've been listening to the best of Sting and the police


RadioEd - 27-3-2005 at 23:27

hardly having any cds at home is proving harder than initially imagined. however my bro has the arcade fire album and its still ace.


RadioEd - 28-3-2005 at 10:00

brother's brownie points removed almost as quickly as they are awarded on discovery of the deletion of every mp3 on home computer. Nearly 6000 tracks wiped at the click of a button

MIA - Arular
Amon Tobin's latest


kat - 28-3-2005 at 10:08

the beatles - abbey road.


AntManBee - 28-3-2005 at 10:11

Quote:
Originally posted by RadioEd

brother's brownie points removed almost as quickly as they are awarded on discovery of the deletion of every mp3 on home computer. Nearly 6000 tracks wiped at the click of a button


Ouch. My parents did something similar over Christmas, thinking I'd transferred them all. One was not impressed.


nome - 28-3-2005 at 10:19

I'm surprised you haven't done more than remove his brownie points Ed! My mp3's are all safely on my computer and therefore, in theory at least, out of anyone's reach.

The Smiths - Last night I dreamt somebody loved me


AntManBee - 28-3-2005 at 10:22

Books - Lost and Safe
Hot Hot Heat - Elevator


blown away - 28-3-2005 at 11:55

Quote:
Originally posted by RadioEd

brother's brownie points removed almost as quickly as they are awarded on discovery of the deletion of every mp3 on home computer. Nearly 6000 tracks wiped at the click of a button


grrr oh no ! that is VERY uncool ...


Colin DIS - 28-3-2005 at 12:00

Bettie Seveert - Lover I Don't Have To Love (Bright Eyes cover)
Mansfield w/ YukariFresh - New Pollution (Beck cover)
Jacksons Warehouse - Hotel By The Sea
Rebus - Work Song
South Ambulance - Die Five Times Times Five
Fleeing New York - Scandinavia


Colin DIS - 28-3-2005 at 21:53

And now, nearly 11 hours later :-

Mansun - Special/Blown It (Delete As Appropriate)
Art Brut - Formed A Band
Shed Seven - Chasing Rainbows
The Koreans - Machine Code


Jon - 28-3-2005 at 21:59

sick of it all - scratch the surface
skunk anansie - the skunk song
radiohead - banana co
sex pistols - submission
suede - brass in pocket
sonic youth - sugar kane
teenage fanclub - norman 3
primal scream - dixie narco EP
paradise lost - embers fire
portishead - glory box
stone roses - love spreads
motorhead - no class


Maverick - 29-3-2005 at 10:55

bbc six music...
so far this morning been treated to an array of top tunes including...
velvet underground & nico - all tomorrows parties
bob dylan - i'll be your baby tonight
nwa - express yourself...
love it!


cheese&biscuits - 29-3-2005 at 13:52

Escape, Muse


jazzy - 29-3-2005 at 14:19

sufjan stevens - michigan


RadioEd - 29-3-2005 at 14:36

dizzee rascal - showtime


dexterpanik - 29-3-2005 at 14:38

white stripes - elephant


RadioEd - 29-3-2005 at 18:09

brian eno + david byrne - my life in the bush of ghosts


MR CHATTERBOX - 29-3-2005 at 18:30

I'm listening to some shoegazing band called "Amusement Parks on Fire", who I saw a while back.

This is definetly a genre which interests me. Music to make out to. Anyone know any good bands?


RadioEd - 29-3-2005 at 19:11

slowdive are my favourite shoegazers so i can def recommend!

you heard anything by the cocteau twins?


jazzy - 29-3-2005 at 22:33

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

I'm listening to some shoegazing band called "Amusement Parks on Fire", who I saw a while back.

This is definetly a genre which interests me. Music to make out to. Anyone know any good bands?


slowdive, chapterhouse and swervedriver were 'the' shoegazers of their day. a recent album of this genre is that by the engineers - in virgin for 8.99 at the moment. a fine, fine album....


jazzy - 29-3-2005 at 22:34

oh, and the radio dept. have been referred to as shoegazers and their album is fuckin awesome...


nome - 29-3-2005 at 23:40

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

oh, and the radio dept. have been referred to as shoegazers and their album is fuckin awesome...


I was listening to this earlier and I wouldn't go so far as fuckin awesome but it's pretty good - today I have mostly been listening to Suede.


AntManBee - 30-3-2005 at 06:51

Quote:
Originally posted by nome

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

oh, and the radio dept. have been referred to as shoegazers and their album is fuckin awesome...


I was listening to this earlier and I wouldn't go so far as fuckin awesome but it's pretty good


Clearly you are wrong.


jazzy - 30-3-2005 at 09:18

big star - the big star story

why have i missed out on this band for so long? they're amazing!


i am sam - 30-3-2005 at 09:52

the radio dept album is pretty dull you know. shoegazing is pretty dull.

big star have their fair share of slightly shit songs, but some absolutely great ones too. september gurls forms part of the soundtrack to the new york trip thanks to rose.

my life in the bush of ghosts, ed. i just don't get that album. i probably should listen to it more.

i've been listening to the futureheads album and the killers album. both for the first time. and i like them both. quite a lot it turns out. whatever next? i might give the libertines a fair chance.

ALSO the song 'running with scissors' by ben lee, is my current 'listen to non-stop on repeat' type song, and the source of my signature...


*Miss World* - 30-3-2005 at 10:12

Quote:
Originally posted by i am sam

whatever next? i might give the libertines a fair chance.


You know you want to


Vive Le Rock - 30-3-2005 at 10:20

If you like Big Star you should really check out Chris Bell's solo album 'I Am The Cosmos', it is one the best albums ever, which about 6 people bought.

Also, check out Alex Chilton's 'Like Flies On Sherbert', it is the sound of someone having a drunken breakdown in CBGBs and trying to cover KC & The Sunshine Band. Genius. He also produced The Cramps early stuff and The Replacements wrote a song about him, called, surprisingly, 'Alex Chilton'.

I wrote a rather long and ill-advised history of Alex Chilton on my forum, if you're interested? Didn't think so


jazzy - 30-3-2005 at 10:27

Quote:
Originally posted by Vive Le Rock

If you like Big Star you should really check out Chris Bell's solo album 'I Am The Cosmos', it is one the best albums ever, which about 6 people bought.

Also, check out Alex Chilton's 'Like Flies On Sherbert', it is the sound of someone having a drunken breakdown in CBGBs and trying to cover KC & The Sunshine Band. Genius. He also produced The Cramps early stuff and The Replacements wrote a song about him, called, surprisingly, 'Alex Chilton'.

I wrote a rather long and ill-advised history of Alex Chilton on my forum, if you're interested? Didn't think so


i'll check those albums out - thanking you kindly


blown away - 30-3-2005 at 10:46

the new oasis single has leaked

it's (not surprisingly) quite dull


jazzy - 30-3-2005 at 10:48

Quote:
Originally posted by blown away

the new oasis single has leaked

it's (not surprisingly) quite dull


what does it sound like? loud oasis or quiet oasis?


blown away - 30-3-2005 at 10:57

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

Quote:
Originally posted by blown away

the new oasis single has leaked

it's (not surprisingly) quite dull


what does it sound like? loud oasis or quiet oasis?


quiet oasis, it's vaguely psychedelic lovesong, and it sounds very much like the soundtrack of our lives.
the lyrics are rubbish too.


jazzy - 30-3-2005 at 10:59

Quote:
Originally posted by blown away

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

Quote:
Originally posted by blown away

the new oasis single has leaked

it's (not surprisingly) quite dull


what does it sound like? loud oasis or quiet oasis?


quiet oasis, it's vaguely psychedelic lovesong, and it sounds very much like the soundtrack of our lives.
the lyrics are rubbish too.


what? you mean noel 'she's got a sister/and god only knows how i missed her/and on the palm of her hand is a blister' gallagher has come up with a bad lyric? never....


i am sam - 30-3-2005 at 11:21

Quote:
Originally posted by Vive Le Rock

If you like Big Star you should really check out Chris Bell's solo album 'I Am The Cosmos', it is one the best albums ever, which about 6 people bought.


i am the cosmos is a truly great song, but i've not heard the album... as i mentioned before as much as i like some of big star's output i really can't get into the more rockier songs so i've never ventured beyond the first two albums. 'third' is menat to have it's moments though..

i'm not really sure what the point of that post was. i think i was going to mention northern uproar's cover of i am the cosmos, but that wouldn't have added much more substance anyway.

oh look, i've mentioned it anyway.


RadioEd - 30-3-2005 at 11:34

david bowie - hunky dory


Vive Le Rock - 30-3-2005 at 11:42

Quote:
Originally posted by i am sam

Quote:
Originally posted by Vive Le Rock

If you like Big Star you should really check out Chris Bell's solo album 'I Am The Cosmos', it is one the best albums ever, which about 6 people bought.


i am the cosmos is a truly great song, but i've not heard the album... as i mentioned before as much as i like some of big star's output i really can't get into the more rockier songs so i've never ventured beyond the first two albums. 'third' is menat to have it's moments though..

i'm not really sure what the point of that post was. i think i was going to mention northern uproar's cover of i am the cosmos, but that wouldn't have added much more substance anyway.

oh look, i've mentioned it anyway.


I'm with you on the more 'rockier' stuff they did, not too keen. 'Sister Lovers/Third' is easily the best album they did. Chris Bell had left by then and Chilton made 'the most depressing album ever' apparently, I love it though. Jeff Buckley used to cover 'Kangaroo' from it.

Chris Bell's solo album is good, folky pop. If you do get it read the liner notes as it adds more to it if you know the history. If you're gonna download it 'You & Your Sister' is great, has backing vocals by Alex Chilton before he went loopy.

Anyway I'll stop with the Big Star history lessons now


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 30-3-2005 at 12:00

Dylan- Blonde on Blonde
Neil young: On the beach
Fugazi-The argument
Sonic youth- Washing machine
Mark Lanegan Band


cherry_blossom_pig - 30-3-2005 at 13:00

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

I'm listening to some shoegazing band called "Amusement Parks on Fire", who I saw a while back.

This is definetly a genre which interests me. Music to make out to. Anyone know any good bands?


slowdive, chapterhouse and swervedriver were 'the' shoegazers of their day. a recent album of this genre is that by the engineers - in virgin for 8.99 at the moment. a fine, fine album....


ipurchased the forgiveness single a hwile back, its luvvly, next stop album methinks,

right now i am listening to i aint saying my goodbyes phones disco edit by the vekster


i am sam - 30-3-2005 at 13:02

the polysics remix of luno by bloc party on this week's free NME CD is great.


*Miss World* - 30-3-2005 at 14:00

A bit of a Brit-pop compilation, including Sleeper; Oasis; Mansun; Sneaker Pimps; Pulp; Elastica...


dexterpanik - 30-3-2005 at 14:02

i just bought the new qotsa album and though i got through three songs before having to vacate my car and come back to work, it sounded ruddy good.


jazzy - 30-3-2005 at 14:27

it is RUDDY good. their best album to date.

i'm currently listening to want one by rufus wainwright.


slow riot - 30-3-2005 at 14:32

various Baile Funk. I love Brazilians.


AntManBee - 30-3-2005 at 17:59

Today I've been listening to...

Vitalic - OK Cowboy
Sparklehorse - Good Morning Spider
and Wolf Eyes - Burned Mind

Interesting.


slow riot - 30-3-2005 at 18:09

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Today I've been listening to...

Vitalic - OK Cowboy
Sparklehorse - Good Morning Spider
and Wolf Eyes - Burned Mind

Interesting.


What do you make of Vitalic and Wolf Eyes? The latter is seriously interesting, but I couldn't listen every day. Probably not even every year. Rattle Snake Shake sounds like the world is about to end, but in a kind of good way.


AntManBee - 30-3-2005 at 18:13

Quote:
Originally posted by slow riot

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Today I've been listening to...

Vitalic - OK Cowboy
Sparklehorse - Good Morning Spider
and Wolf Eyes - Burned Mind

Interesting.


What do you make of Vitalic and Wolf Eyes? The latter is seriously interesting, but I couldn't listen every day. Probably not even every year. Rattle Snake Shake sounds like the world is about to end, but in a kind of good way.


Vitalic was pretty good stuff, not quite what I expected, but it'll definitely get another listen. I can imagine a couple of tracks getting played in an early PopArt set, sans dancing.

Wolf Eyes, on the other hand, I found pretty inaccessible, but that might be because it's not 'walking to work' music. I'll give it a proper listen sometime, just to be sure.


Russ - 30-3-2005 at 18:28

Oasis' Lyla can be downloaded here for those who haven't heard it yet....

http://s19.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=0DNQJE1W70QEE2XZK0FKFRTPGO


slow riot - 30-3-2005 at 18:30

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Vitalic was pretty good stuff, not quite what I expected, but it'll definitely get another listen. I can imagine a couple of tracks getting played in an early PopArt set, sans dancing.

Wolf Eyes, on the other hand, I found pretty inaccessible, but that might be because it's not 'walking to work' music. I'll give it a proper listen sometime, just to be sure.


yeah the Wolf Eyes is only worth listening if you are seriously in the mood for it, I don't know what mood that would be exactly, most likely needing some form of violent catharsis other than affray or aggravated mayhem.

Vitalic on the right dancefloor would sound brilliant, in fact the whole electro-house scene is worth checking out if he piques your interest at all.


cherry_blossom_pig - 30-3-2005 at 19:21

across the universe - rufus wainwright, sean lennon and moby.


MR CHATTERBOX - 30-3-2005 at 19:23

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

across the universe - rufus wainwright, sean lennon and moby.


Sean Lennon? incroyable. Is he any good? He featured on a soulfly album i think. Seems like a sessionist brer.


cherry_blossom_pig - 30-3-2005 at 19:27

errm actually i dont mind the little fella, (i prefer his stuff to julian lennon's) iremeber years ago seeing a video on the chart show and he was wearing headphones and walking horizontally - very cool, and cute!


Lo - 30-3-2005 at 20:15

Go! Team - The Power Is On


cherry_blossom_pig - 30-3-2005 at 21:41

Quote:
Originally posted by Lo

Go! Team - The Power Is On


brilliant (nice to see u back on le forum )

suede - suede


kat - 30-3-2005 at 23:06

Quote:
Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

Quote:
Originally posted by cherry_blossom_pig

across the universe - rufus wainwright, sean lennon and moby.


Sean Lennon? incroyable. Is he any good? He featured on a soulfly album i think. Seems like a sessionist brer.


i really like his album 'into the sun' and he was awesome when i saw him.


blown away - 31-3-2005 at 10:59

I'm listening to Willy Mason at the moment

it's tip top ...


jazzy - 31-3-2005 at 11:51

vhs or beta. they're really very good kids....


RadioEd - 31-3-2005 at 11:53

husker du - new day rising
the pharcyde - bizarre ride
amon tobin - out from out


kat - 31-3-2005 at 12:11

art ensemle of chicago 'les stances a sophie'


blown away - 31-3-2005 at 12:11

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

vhs or beta. they're really very good kids....


i've had the album for ages and found it pretty dull

I think I erased it about three weeks ago.


jazzy - 31-3-2005 at 12:17

Quote:
Originally posted by blown away

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

vhs or beta. they're really very good kids....


i've had the album for ages and found it pretty dull

I think I erased it about three weeks ago.


i've only heard 3 songs but what i've heard is really good in my opinion


kat - 31-3-2005 at 12:22

only heard the song on the nme cd, wasn't very impressed. horrible van halen style guitar intro before the electro beat kicked in. cliched hand clapping, like the vocals a lot though. on the other hand, that longcut song rules.

[Edited on 31-3-2005 by kat]


blown away - 31-3-2005 at 12:35

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

Quote:
Originally posted by blown away

Quote:
Originally posted by jazzy

vhs or beta. they're really very good kids....


i've had the album for ages and found it pretty dull

I think I erased it about three weeks ago.


i've only heard 3 songs but what i've heard is really good in my opinion


to be honest I did not give them much of a chance, I listened to the whole thing about three or four times and erased it all on a day my computer was real slow


*Miss World* - 31-3-2005 at 12:58

I've just heard "I Only Want to be With You" on the radio and realised that as well as causing me to smile for the whole duration of the song, it also brought tears to my eyes... very strange feeling...


kat - 31-3-2005 at 13:11

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

I've just heard "I Only Want to be With You" on the radio and realised that as well as causing me to smile for the whole duration of the song, it also brought tears to my eyes... very strange feeling...


is world in lurve?


kat - 31-3-2005 at 13:12

i'm listening to sean lennon, brilliant stuff!


*Miss World* - 31-3-2005 at 13:37

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

Quote:
Originally posted by *Miss World*

I've just heard "I Only Want to be With You" on the radio and realised that as well as causing me to smile for the whole duration of the song, it also brought tears to my eyes... very strange feeling...


is world in lurve?


No, no, no - as if...


dulcie - 31-3-2005 at 14:02

brilliant. a blatant rip-off of the cure. but i'm not complaining.


kat - 31-3-2005 at 14:37

longwave - the strangest things


beautiful


cheese&biscuits - 31-3-2005 at 14:38

kaiser chiefs, employment


Mercury Rising - 31-3-2005 at 14:41

I bought a (the?) Black Box album on Sunday and, you know, everything on it sounds kind of like 'Ride on Time' except not as good. A favourite dj back in my undergrad days used to play this mixed with the song it is sampline (Walk Right In?) which was always pretty cool.


kat - 31-3-2005 at 15:59

elton john. greatest hits.


dulcie - 31-3-2005 at 16:01

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

elton john. greatest hits.


classic.


kat - 31-3-2005 at 16:02

Quote:
Originally posted by dulcie

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

elton john. greatest hits.


classic.


seriously. i want to jump around air punching and strutting to 'saturday night's alright for fighting.' i may just do that in fact.


Jon - 31-3-2005 at 19:31

Quote:
Originally posted by kat

seriously. i want to jump around air punching and strutting to 'saturday night's alright for fighting.' i may just do that in fact.


check out the Saturday Night's Alright VS Take Your Mama Out (Scissor Sisters) mash-up....


Jon - 31-3-2005 at 19:39

silverjet - plastiqa
oasis - street fighting man
queens of the stone age - if only
inspiral carpets & mark e smith - i want you
alice in chains - don't follow
amen - california's bleeding
the kinks - tired of waiting for you
dropkick murphys - amazing grace


cheese&biscuits - 31-3-2005 at 21:21

unwritten law..........music in high places


nome - 31-3-2005 at 23:04

The Hidden Cameras - Missisauga Goddam
I have no idea if I've spelt that right - I don't remember downloading this but I'm listening to it now and I quite like it.


cherry_blossom_pig - 1-4-2005 at 10:26

june july - apartment. damn good b - side.


cheese&biscuits - 1-4-2005 at 13:53

Blur....Parklife

I love random on itunes!


kat - 1-4-2005 at 13:58

bjork - debut


dexterpanik - 1-4-2005 at 14:21

qotsa again on the way to work this morning - with more ache than head i wasn't expecting to enjoy it but number 8 (don't know the name) is a top hangover song.


i_wear_the_trousers - 1-4-2005 at 17:13

Quote:
Originally posted by Mercury Rising

I bought a (the?) Black Box album on Sunday and, you know, everything on it sounds kind of like 'Ride on Time' except not as good. A favourite dj back in my undergrad days used to play this mixed with the song it is sampline (Walk Right In?) which was always pretty cool.


the song it samples is Loletta Holloway - love sensation, if I'm not mistaken.


AntManBee - 1-4-2005 at 17:17

Today's walk to work was made more bearable by The Arcade Fire. Magic.


cheese&biscuits - 1-4-2005 at 21:10

The Coral......waiting for the heartaches


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 1-4-2005 at 21:14

Recently it's been:-

Secret Machines - Now here is nowhere
New Order - Technique
Dead 60s - Last Resort


mojo - 1-4-2005 at 21:22

Dido


AntManBee - 2-4-2005 at 09:53

Maximo Park - A Certain Trigger
Ryan Adams - 48 Hours
Out Hud - Let Us Never Speak of It Again


RadioEd - 2-4-2005 at 12:07

nas - illmatic


Return of Django - 2-4-2005 at 12:17

Quote:
Originally posted by RadioEd

nas - illmatic


Nice.. possibly one of the finest debut's ever.


Recently i've been listening to the new Daft Punk - which is good, although a bit too retro for my liking, and i get the impression that they're just taking the piss - and Kraftwerk's Computer World, which should sound retro, but is actually more progressive than most anything being released at the moment.


Colin DIS - 2-4-2005 at 13:21

Breaking Point - One Of A Kind
Bushbaby - Lipstick (Demo)
DMX - Party Up In Here
Faith No More - We Care A Lot
Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out


kat - 2-4-2005 at 17:07

garden state soundtrack


cheese&biscuits - 2-4-2005 at 21:31

the cd that was free with NME this week.........rather good


AntManBee - 2-4-2005 at 21:46

Quote:
Originally posted by cheese&biscuits

the cd that was free with NME this week.........rather good


Even if it is selling the Music as a new band


cheese&biscuits - 2-4-2005 at 21:47

Quote:
Originally posted by AntManBee

Quote:
Originally posted by cheese&biscuits

the cd that was free with NME this week.........rather good


Even if it is selling the Music as a new band



oh yes.......i hadnt really noticed that! Strange.


mojo - 2-4-2005 at 21:57

Mario


cheese&biscuits - 3-4-2005 at 17:34

Feeder........Just a Day

might have a dance!


kat - 3-4-2005 at 19:18

jackson 5


Jon - 3-4-2005 at 21:23

Three Days Grace - Just Like You
Hurricane Party - Road Star
John Otway & Wild Willy Barrett - Really Free
Terrorvision - Alice What's The Matter?
The Arcade Fire - My Heart Is An Apple
AC/DC - Rock'n'Roll Damnation
Stone Roses - I Wanna Be Adored
The Vacation - Destitute Prostitutes
Babes In Toyland - He's My Thing
Ramones - Psycho Therapy
Bloc Party - Little Thoughts
The Amps - Tipp City


Jon - 4-4-2005 at 22:55

sheep on drugs - 15 minutes of fame
chumbawamba - the day the nazi died
fear factory - dog day sunrise
HIM - buried alive by love
libertines - death on the stairs
weezer - beverly hills
nine inch nails - the hand that feeds


*Miss World* - 4-4-2005 at 23:35

Nirvana - 'Unplugged in New York'


Maverick - 5-4-2005 at 07:55

2pac - hit 'em up / life goes on / so many tears / unconditional love


Lo - 5-4-2005 at 08:08

Jurassic 5 - Jayou


Cleverest_of_monkeys - 5-4-2005 at 08:28

Tom Vek - We Have Sound


Maverick - 5-4-2005 at 14:56

the bellrays - they put your head on upside down

brilliant... the michael eavis theme tune!


dexterpanik - 5-4-2005 at 15:06

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

the bellrays - they put your head on upside down

brilliant... the michael eavis theme tune!


i'm listening to definitely maybe in the car at the moment, and was loving that bit of tupac this morning mcnair. but where did the offspring pop out from.


i am sam - 5-4-2005 at 15:19

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

the bellrays - they put your head on upside down

brilliant... the michael eavis theme tune!


i'm listening to definitely maybe in the car at the moment, and was loving that bit of tupac this morning mcnair. but where did the offspring pop out from.


that sentence makes you sound like you have an internet connection in your car, sam.

i'm listening to the second paybacks album. which isn't as good as the first, but a rock and rolling experience anyhow.


dexterpanik - 5-4-2005 at 15:21

Quote:
Originally posted by i am sam

that sentence makes you sound like you have an internet connection in your car, sam.

yep. i see your point. duly noted and will rephrase in the future. have you made my rawk cd yet?


Maverick - 5-4-2005 at 15:25

Quote:
Originally posted by dexterpanik

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick

the bellrays - they put your head on upside down

brilliant... the michael eavis theme tune!


i'm listening to definitely maybe in the car at the moment, and was loving that bit of tupac this morning mcnair. but where did the offspring pop out from.


erm
it's an old mini disk dating back to circa 2000... featuring a few select Tupac tunes, a few select moments from The Offspring's 'Smash' and some other thoroughly poptastic moments that I copied from Ryan Reed, back in the days before he's shafted my guurlfriend - namely Nelly 'must be the money' and Lil Bow Wow wow yippee yo yippee yay - where my dogs at? Bark with me now. And some Faithless.


RadioEd - 5-4-2005 at 16:06

sparks


AntManBee - 5-4-2005 at 20:28

The Beatles - Yesterday. Still sends a shiver down my spine...


if_only_ralph_were_real - 6-4-2005 at 08:01

Quote:
Originally posted by Maverick
Lil Bow Wow wow yippee yo yippee yay - where my dogs at? Bark with me now


Or the puberty themed version at my school- where my balls at.....


*Miss World* - 6-4-2005 at 09:11

'Fall, Fall, Fall' - Razorlight


cheese&biscuits - 6-4-2005 at 09:36

Muse, unintended


if_only_ralph_were_real - 6-4-2005 at 09:37

Radio 1.....again *sigh*


Mercury Rising - 6-4-2005 at 13:32

Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots - The Flaming Lips

An excellent 1-2 from