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#401 Post by Agrajag » 11 Oct 2005, 17:14

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#402 Post by deetta » 17 Oct 2005, 03:24

X & Y by Coldplay. I listen to it when I'm about to sleep at night.

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#403 Post by Caulfield » 17 Oct 2005, 06:06

deetta wrote:X & Y by Coldplay. I listen to it when I'm about to sleep at night.
That's what I do with Enya! She is just so ethereal and calming that I just sit there thinking all night about all the lovely castles in Ireland, fog-covered, green rolling hills, pints of Guiness and ghostly women wearing floaty white gowns while standing eerily still in the misty haze of an ancient Irish morn.



Oh, and I plan on picking up the Elizabethtown soundtrack later today.
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#404 Post by Agrajag » 21 Oct 2005, 17:21

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#405 Post by Syrinx » 20 Nov 2005, 09:34

An Evening Wasted with Tom Lehrer (1959) gotta love "Poisoning Pidgeons in the Park".

Does anyone know where I can find recordings for Mark Russell? (political satirist). I am looking for a friend.

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#406 Post by alan smithee » 20 Nov 2005, 12:13

Syrinx wrote:Does anyone know where I can find recordings for Mark Russell? (political satirist). I am looking for a friend.
you could start here
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#407 Post by Nunis » 21 Nov 2005, 02:46

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I lost the mix cassette I had from 1991 :roll:

Not really, I just never had a good Billy Joel collection. I was overdue.

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#409 Post by Agrajag » 03 Dec 2005, 17:47

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#410 Post by SweetCatastrophe » 03 Dec 2005, 20:06

How is that Weezer album? Let me put it this way, if I loved the blue album, Pinkerton is one of my favorite albums of all time, the green album was pretty good to me, I really didn't care for Maladroit at all...would I like the new one?
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#411 Post by Agrajag » 05 Dec 2005, 15:48

SweetCatastrophe wrote:How is that Weezer album? Let me put it this way, if I loved the blue album, Pinkerton is one of my favorite albums of all time, the green album was pretty good to me, I really didn't care for Maladroit at all...would I like the new one?
Just bought it on BMG this weekend, so I probably won't have it until next week, but I'll let you know after listening to it!

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#412 Post by Agrajag » 10 Dec 2005, 09:32

SweetCatastrophe wrote:How is that Weezer album? Let me put it this way, if I loved the blue album, Pinkerton is one of my favorite albums of all time, the green album was pretty good to me, I really didn't care for Maladroit at all...would I like the new one?
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I grew up with The Blue Album. I listened to it constantly and loved it. I have a burned copy of The Green Album and enjoy it mostly for the first half. For the life of me I cannot remember if I've heard Pinkerton or Maladroit... Know something new to put on the Xmas list :-)

Anyway, Make Believe is a pretty decent album. It doesn't live up to TBA but that's cause I listened to that one so often I know every word and chord. "Beverly Hills" "Perfect Situation" "We Are All On Drugs" & "Pardon Me" stood out as some of the better tracks. The think I like about Weezer is the songs are pretty eclectic. Often times one song will sound like it's coming from a different band than the one before it. If you liked TBA I'd recommend this on for you SweetCat

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#413 Post by Punisher » 17 Dec 2005, 06:59

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#414 Post by Agrajag » 30 Dec 2005, 20:51

Asked my mom for the 2 Disc 43-track Complete for Christmas:
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Got the 1 Disc 20-track Highlights From instead:
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At least she did avoid the Movie:
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#415 Post by You Know, for Kids » 30 Dec 2005, 21:44

Agrajag wrote:Got the 1 Disc 20-track Highlights From instead:
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#416 Post by Syrinx » 31 Dec 2005, 08:11

North Country Soundtrack
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Madagascar soundtrack (for my music class)
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#417 Post by You Know, for Kids » 31 Dec 2005, 09:57

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#418 Post by Agrajag » 04 Jan 2006, 15:36

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:lol: "And then I start some lyrics and you/Can't believe I'm singing/And I'm never fucking stopping and I'm/Always fucking singing/I'm like a fucking one man band/I'm like a fucking one man band!"

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#419 Post by You Know, for Kids » 04 Jan 2006, 20:14

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:lol: "And then I start some lyrics and you/Can't believe I'm singing/And I'm never fucking stopping and I'm/Always fucking singing/I'm like a fucking one man band/I'm like a fucking one man band!"
I haven't listened to it yet - thanks for spoiling it! ;)
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#420 Post by spivey » 04 Jan 2006, 21:04

vangelis - odyssey
the detroit cobras - life, love and leaving
the latin side of vince guaraldi
sigur ros - tak...
heatmiser - dead air
miss kittin & the hacker
miss kittin - i com
esquivel!
esquivel - more of other worlds, other sounds
billy elliot soundtrack
the band - greatest hits
the dirtbombs - ultraglide in black
ted hawkins - the next hundred years
best of bowie
the frames - for the birds
ice cube - greatest hits
kcrw sounds eclectico
sebadoh - harmacy
elliott smith - figure 8
chariots of fire (vangelis) soundtrack
callas - carmen
callas - la traviata
callas - madama butterfly
johnny cash - his sun years
easy rider (deluxe edition) soundtrack
jack johnson - brushfire fairytales
bloc party - silent alarm
frances faye - caught in the act
omara portuondo
ozomatli - live at the fillmore
the motorcycle diaries soundtrack
rachael yamagata - happenstance
jack johnson - in between dreams
bright eyes - i'm wide awake it's morning

On vinyl

interpol - turn on the bright lights
elliott smith - either/or
pretty in pink soundtrack
le tigre
the smithereens - especially for you
madonna - like a virgin
pixies - surfer rosa
johnny cash - original sun singles '55-'58

New burns

johnny cash - 16 biggest hits
johnny cash - at folsom prison
joni mitchell - blue
omd - omd
omd - organisation
omd - the best of omd
omd - architecture & morality
omd - crush
christopher o'riley - true love waits: o'riley plays radiohead
brazilian girls - brazilian girls
men at work business as usual
the delays - faded seaside glamour
the be good tanyas - chinatown
jim white - drill a hole in that substrate and tell me what you see
peaches - the teaches of peaches
pet shop boys - discography
jude - no one is really beautiful
a room with a view soundtrack
eminem - infinite (europe reissue)
goldfrapp - felt mountain
the psychadelic furs - greatest hits
the others - the others
a-ha - headlines and deadlines
oasis - heathen chemistry
gravy train!!! - hello doctor
mushroom jazz 4
london lounge/by day 12pm
elliott smith - jackpot demos
javier solis - la historia de javier solis
spiritualized - ladies and gentlemen we are floating in space
amelie - soundtrack
feist - let it die
the smiths - strangeways here we come
pete yorn - day i forgot
pete yorn - music for the morning after
stereo total - oh ah
the strokes - room on fire
rufus wainwright - poses
kings of convenience - riot on an empty street
nick drake - pink moon
nick drake - bryter layter
new order - best of new order
new order - get ready
new order - power, corruption and lies
madonna - the immaculate collection
frou frou - details
margo guryan - take a picture
edith piaf - l'integrale 1936-1945 (vol1) 1937-1938 (vol2)
aaron copland - ultimate copland album, an american celebration
air - premiers symptomes
arling & cameron - all-in
damien rice - o
helmet - betty
merle haggard - branded man
william orbit - pieces in a modern style
loreena mckennitt - live in paris and toronto
loreena mckennitt - the mask & the mirror
loreena mckennitt - the book of secrets
fischerspooner - odyssey
paul weller - wild wood
paul weller - stanley road
iron & wine - our endless numbered days
gary numan - pleasure principle
italian cafe
beck - guero
neil young - prairie wind
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#421 Post by Nunis » 06 Feb 2006, 01:32

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Haven't listened to it yet.

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#422 Post by Ze » 06 Feb 2006, 03:10

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Haven't listened to it yet.
I have. Meh. I could have given you the free (promotional) copy I got about three weeks ago. I got Tigermilk, If You're Feeling Sinister and Push Barman to Open Old Wounds and they're all really good, but I don't think I like the new B&S; they've adopted a sound of which I'm not a big fan. That's not to say it's a bad album, of course, it's just not my cup of tea. Yes, I'm out of my element and I will shut the fuck up. I'm sure you'll like it.
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#423 Post by Punisher » 06 Feb 2006, 05:24

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#424 Post by Eric Draven » 06 Feb 2006, 08:35

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I like that album a lot. Hope you do too!
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#425 Post by Agrajag » 25 Feb 2006, 19:44

I should really quit BMG too....
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