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    OT. What's In the MP3 or cd player?

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    4 things

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    The same 4 albums are getting most play time in the CD player these days - Flogging Molly's " A Mile from Home," the Dropkick Murphys' "Blackout," Johnny Cash's "American IV - The Man Comes Around," and a mix of holiday cheer tunes I made a couple of days ago.
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    5 Disc Changer:

    New Cds
    Bruce Hornsby, Halcyon Days.
    Beatles, Abby Rd

    Old Cds
    Til Tuesday, Welcome Home
    Bruce Cockburn, Breakfast in New Orleans
    Peter Mulvey, Trouble with Poets
    A dirty book is rarely dusty

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    Dimebag!

    CD player has - Pantera--Vulgar Display of Power, Far Beyond Driven, Cowboys From Hell, Reinventing the Steel, and The Great Southern Trendkill. Car CD player has Damageplan's New Found Power. All in honor of the great, slain Dimebag Darrell. He'll be with me on every ride from now on.

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    Long Live Dime!

    Rocking Vulgar Display of Power right now. Actually looking for pre Phil Pantera, as I wonder what Dime's sound in a hair band would be????

    And the ever present, evervecent, Tool.
    "Gimme a pack of 'low birth weights.'"

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    Mostly

    Swervedriver. I know, it's so 90's, but it still rocks. Some Hives, Kraftwerk and Roxy Music. Oh yeah, MC5 too.
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    A lil Dropkick and swervedriver are nice!

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    right now static-x and radio head are getting me through finals.
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    Right now, rpm #25 and Dream Theater - train of thought
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    Cro Mags

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-RAD
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    jimmy cliff and Cake.
    A ton of brazilian music.
    and Tabla Beat Science.
    Only boring people get bored.

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    Son Volt

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    keep moving

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    Lately:

    Ween
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    R.I.P. Darryl

    when i am at my computer, i have been mostly listening to 3WK Undergound Radio. it is like radio should be.

    my iPod has been flowing Interpol, Drive By Truckers, Radiohead and of course, The Smiths. but it changes almost daily, with my moods.
    Spinning and Grinning...

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    Almost practically my entire CD collection.........Mostly Pat Boone, and a little Cat Stevens.

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    For the Ipod? Nearly all of it, over 5,000 songs. For riding, heavy schtuff, NIN, Ministry, Atari Teenage Riot. For working on my bikes, The Pixies, Wilco, Bowie, Elliott Smith, etc.
    I love my Ipod!

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    I have mine on the highest quality, so it's more like 1600 songs for me. Not really all CDs I have (but all MY CDs, I left my SOs Melissa Ethridge and other girly music off ).

    You know whats' funny, I have almost all those you mention, except Atari Teenage Riot. I just saw Wilco in concert about a month ago. I love riding to the Pixies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinny-tire
    I have mine on the highest quality, so it's more like 1600 songs for me. Not really all CDs I have (but all MY CDs, I left my SOs Melissa Ethridge and other girly music off ).

    You know whats' funny, I have almost all those you mention, except Atari Teenage Riot. I just saw Wilco in concert about a month ago. I love riding to the Pixies.
    I saw the Pixies a couple months ago, it was an amazing show.
    Wilco's "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot" Is one of my favorite albums of all time, it's simply amazing.

    Right now i'm addicted to Elliott Smith's "From the Basement on the Hill." R.I.P, Elliott.

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    If you haven't yet, check out Wilco's new one (Ghost something or other). IMO, similar (but not better) than Yankee Fox Trot. I got it on Itunes for $9.99. There is this 10 minute song called Spiderweb that rocks. Was even better live.

    The only Elliot Smith I have has a song about Alameda Street. I'm terrible with album and song names. RIP indeed.

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    Wilco

    Have you heard the new Tweedy / Wilco album?
    I think it's called A Ghost is Born.

    Way more experimental and out there.
    Not a bad thing. Just more active listening required.

    I can't just shut down and zone to it.


    Quote Originally Posted by Joe - Kona
    I saw the Pixies a couple months ago, it was an amazing show.
    Wilco's "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot" Is one of my favorite albums of all time, it's simply amazing.

    Right now i'm addicted to Elliott Smith's "From the Basement on the Hill." R.I.P, Elliott.
    keep moving

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    A Ghost is Born took some getting warmed up to, but it's really damn cool. Jeff Tweedy is a musical genius.

    Anyone picked up the 10th anniversary edition of The Downward Spiral? The remastering is really cool, and there's some nice remixes on this second disc.

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    "Songs for the Deaf"
    - Q. O. T. S.

    Preceeded by Social D's latest offering........

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    Psycedelic Furs

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    The Shins, Led Zep I, Radiohead (The Bends & OK Computer)

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    The Drive-By Truckers
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    holiday music

    Clay Aiken and Marilyn Manson - Duets for Jesus and Satan
    Extreme Elvis - Holiday Hits
    Kenny G and ODB - Wishes & B!tches
    Jenna Jameson - Santa Has a Candy Cane for Me (and it went off in my eye)
    Madonna - The Hanukkah Album
    and David Hasselhoff - Live at Budokan

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    iPod mainstays

    Include:

    Opeth - Still Life, Deliverance, and Lamentations (live show copied from the DVD)
    Dream Theater - Live at Budokan
    Pain of Salvation - Remedy Lane
    Agalloch - The Mantle
    Aimee Mann - Live at St. Ann's Warehouse

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    At this moment..... Grateful Dead, "So Many Roads", 1994-10-01 - Boston Garden



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood
    Clay Aiken and Marilyn Manson - Duets for Jesus and Satan
    Extreme Elvis - Holiday Hits
    Kenny G and ODB - Wishes & B!tches
    Jenna Jameson - Santa Has a Candy Cane for Me (and it went off in my eye)
    Madonna - The Hanukkah Album
    and David Hasselhoff - Live at Budokan
    Nice!

    Me (seriously)... B Boys - To the 5 Boroughs, Rage Against the Machine, Charlie Brown Christmas (playing in the shop!). S

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    At this moment, The 77's and Kosmos Express

    Listen to music all day, and usually fall asleep to it. The only time when music is Not played is while riding or running.

    IMO, You need to have all senses in tune when pushing limits. The sounds I enjoy while riding and running? The sound of my body in motion and now, the abscence of deraileur jockey wheels!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe - Kona
    A Ghost is Born took some getting warmed up to, but it's really damn cool. Jeff Tweedy is a musical genius.

    Anyone picked up the 10th anniversary edition of The Downward Spiral? The remastering is really cool, and there's some nice remixes on this second disc.

    i haven't picked it up yet, but i've got every other wilco/jeff tweedy release. and i do mean every. yankee hotel foxtrot is an amazing album, but i'd have to say my favorite is summerteeth. something about those songs that just moves me. you're right, he is a musical genius. do you have the 'i am trying to break your heart' dvd? there's some good stuff on there as well.

    anway.....recent staples in my musical diet include:

    -eels
    -wilco
    -built to spill
    -magnet
    -death cab for cutie
    -too many others to list

    the_dude

    ps- to all those who haven't heard wilco.....go buy all their albums, right now. NOW!
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    on my minidisc right now, in no order

    Aceyalone "Book of Human Language"
    <img src="http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B000006C6A.01.LZZZZZZZ.jpg">
    Blockhead "Music By Cavelight"
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    RJD2 "Since We Last Spoke"
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    Non Prophets "Hope"
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    A couple of classics...

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    Carpenters Greatest Hits
    Juice Newton, Playin' with the Queen of Hearts
    Bee Gees Live!

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    streaming blues from koqx.com when im at home

    on the go, ive got Ted Leo, Echo & Bunnymen, Delgados, Rachel's, and Do Make Say Think

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    Nothin' but Dime.

    At work,nothing but Damage Plan and Pantera right now..At home,the usual Christmas fare,particularly Bing Crosby,Charlie Brown Christmas and Celtic Christmas vols I & II.
    Yeah,I've got diverse musical tastes.

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    Wilco is good

    But I have to admit I'm down more with Farrar and Son Volt.
    Trace, Straightaways... I don't have the others yet.

    Born under widespread changes
    The search for higher reason
    Learning the ropes okay
    But fate just runs you around

    Good depressing, cry in your beer with a side of slide guitar!


    Quote Originally Posted by the_dude
    i haven't picked it up yet, but i've got every other wilco/jeff tweedy release. and i do mean every. yankee hotel foxtrot is an amazing album, but i'd have to say my favorite is summerteeth. something about those songs that just moves me. you're right, he is a musical genius. do you have the 'i am trying to break your heart' dvd? there's some good stuff on there as well.

    anway.....recent staples in my musical diet include:

    -eels
    -wilco
    -built to spill
    -magnet
    -death cab for cutie
    -too many others to list

    the_dude

    ps- to all those who haven't heard wilco.....go buy all their albums, right now. NOW!
    keep moving

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    Have you found any Dead sites with MP3? I found the first Dead show I went to (LV in 91 or 92. Steve Miller opened), and it was somebody who tied into the soundboard. Can't remember where I got it, but just do a Google, and you'll find it. Apparently, the Dead has given their blessings to MP3s now (as long as you don't sell them).

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    Lately it's been..
    shins
    Red House Painters
    Death Cab
    Johnny Cash
    Derek Webb
    Iron and Wine
    David Wilcox..

    And, I have to agree with Hollywood, those Aiken/Manson duets are pure genius.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burpee
    But I have to admit I'm down more with Farrar and Son Volt.
    Trace, Straightaways... I don't have the others yet.

    Born under widespread changes
    The search for higher reason
    Learning the ropes okay
    But fate just runs you around

    Good depressing, cry in your beer with a side of slide guitar!
    i hear ya. i found wilco and jeff tweedy first, then followed the lineage back to uncle tupelo. i've listened to son volt a bit, and personally prefer the experimental manic depressive wilco. it's all good stuff though.

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    If you get a chance to see them in concert, do. They actually have some stage presense, especially the drummer (he smiled the entire friggin show), and the lead guitarist (he used combs, a troll doll, you name it, to bang on his guitar). Very entertaining, actually to my surprise.

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    am i the only one

    my wimpy little mp3 player is full of:
    DEFTONES
    JAYA THE CAT
    DOWNSET
    PRIMER 55
    CORROSION OF CONFORMITY
    COAL CHAMBER

    if anyone knows some more music that sounds like the bands mentioned above, please post some suggestions. by the way, this is also the music that gets played on the 'shop system' all day, of course with a lot of other stuff mixed in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken in KC
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    don't be dissin' on my 'Gees!

    I loves me some Main Course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneGearGuy
    when i am at my computer, i have been mostly listening to 3WK Undergound Radio. it is like radio should be.

    my iPod has been flowing Interpol, Drive By Truckers, Radiohead and of course, The Smiths. but it changes almost daily, with my moods.
    OneGearGuy, I think we'd get along. I jam 3WK whenever possible and am a big fan of the bands you mentioned.

    Right now, I'm playing lots of !!!, Radio 4, Clinic and Blackalicious.

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    cd

    mostly listen to bouncing souls, rise against, nofx, dropkick, and some flogging molly
    Every time I see a man on a bicycle, I fear less for the human race.

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    for me...

    flaming lips- always
    mclusky- new
    robert randolph- always (and the live show is insanely special)
    mofro - new

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    Quote Originally Posted by RolledMeat
    Blackalicious.
    nice!
    Rudy Projects look ridiculous

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    Hummmm

    In the 6 disc changer:

    Devo- Freedom of choice
    Merle Haggard- Greatest hits
    Beck- Mutation (best album in years)
    Son Volt- Trace
    Beastie Boys-Root Down remix EP
    Megadeath- Peace sells

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    In the 5'er at the moment:

    Dr. Octagon - The Octagonecologyst (I just rediscovered this album for the millionth time)

    Madvillain - Madvillainy

    Biggy - Ready to Die

    El-P - Fantastic Damage

    Bjork - Selmasongs

    Sean

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    rjd2, blockhead, diplo, people under the stairs, de la soul, time machine, har mar superstar and a little atom & his package for some spice

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    iTunes on the TiBook G4...

    1603 songs, 4.5days, 6.64gig...

    Anything I want from Garth to Jay-Z to Ataris to Pure Trance vol. 3 to Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies!
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    While on the 'puter I mostly listen to 3wk. Great station there in St. Louis. Other wise I'd get along great musically with almost all a ya, from punk to oldschool country to gnuschool 'alt' country. 'cept for Hwood and KeninKC that is. God I don't know how you guys do it. Live I mean. Sheesh .

    Not that this thread doesn't get rehashed every 2 months or so.
    Just a regular guy.

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    Let's see...

    Today at the shop:
    Bad Religion "All Ages"
    Minor Threat "Complete Discography"
    Dropkick Murphy's "Singles"
    2 Skinee J's
    Radiohead "kid A" and The Bends"
    and a buch of other stuff the other 2 guys picked

    At home:
    Everything from Radiohead
    Weezer "Pinkerton"
    Bad Brains "I Against I"
    a lot of my wife's stuff, mostly trance/ambient stuff, but she's got a really cool punk mix in there too.

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    Charlie Brown Christmas is good.

    Some nice jazz there, and great childhood flashbacks. The PK Ripper loaded with Cook's Bros and Redline goodies under the tree in 1977 , sweeeeeet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinny-tire
    Have you found any Dead sites with MP3? Apparently, the Dead has given their blessings to MP3s now (as long as you don't sell them).
    Lots of Dead shows here;

    http://www.archive.org/

    Plus, there's a lot of other cool stuff there. I found a bunch of old bike safety videos.

    Another good site;

    http://web1.nugs.net/


    later... Mojoe

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinny-tire
    Have you found any Dead sites with MP3? I found the first Dead show I went to (LV in 91 or 92. Steve Miller opened), and it was somebody who tied into the soundboard. Can't remember where I got it, but just do a Google, and you'll find it. Apparently, the Dead has given their blessings to MP3s now (as long as you don't sell them).

    Check out Further.net. Its an online concert trading site. Has mostly Jam bands, but has a decent mix of others. They have any band that openly allows taping of their shows (plus some cool old soundboards from other old bands that were recorded for use in a live album)

    I've recorded dozens of great dead shows, lotsa widepsread panic, ben harper, spearhead, traffic, radiohead, smashing pumpkins,U2, the cure, plus some others.

    Most of the files are in FLAC or some other non-compression file, but irs easy to convert to WAV or MP3 using free software (the FAQ tells you everything you need to know). The big files are similar to regular CD's, about 80 minutes = 750 meg, but once you compress to MP3, you can easily fit 1/2 dozen full concerets on a cd.
    Check it out!! Just make sure you have lotsa hard drive space to store the uncompressed files until you can convert and delete.
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    At the moment..

    playing in my iPod: Deep Dish Global Underground Moscow
    in my iPod? It's a 20GB and it's half full.
    But there's so much crap in there I forget exactly what I have.
    Sooo much room.

    FP

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    RIP further.net? (nm)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mojoe
    Lots of Dead shows here;

    http://www.archive.org/

    Plus, there's a lot of other cool stuff there. I found a bunch of old bike safety videos.

    Another good site;

    http://web1.nugs.net/


    later... Mojoe

    Really appreciate the info, now I finally have an MP3 version of the Hampton Warloks shows from '89. Nights I'll never forget. Can't thank you enough!

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    Magnolia Electric Co. - Trials and Errors
    Crooked Fingers - Dignity & Shame

    This bike is a pipe bomb, Bonnie Prince Billy, Richmond Fontaine, Califone, AC/DC, Blonde Redhead and some other 3000 mp3's on my computer....

    I saw Wilco on their first tour and have seen them and Golden Smog and Son Volt about 9 or so times total. Wilco has gotten huge. The past two times they came through the area I could not get tickets. First time there were about 20 of us in a bar in Sante Fe rocking out and listening to Wilco and Uncle Tupelo songs.... I do like the new Wilco, I just wish I could see them....
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    Right now it is Slipknot. Also Godsmack and Velvet Revolver (Slash from G&R)
    Liberty Lake Wa.

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    Hostile!!

    I too have the Pantera playin'! Got some Flotsam & Jetsom Cuatro, too!!! Let's hope that Vinnie Paul keeps his memory alive. Long Live Dimebag Darrell Abbott!!!
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    The 77's?

    Quote Originally Posted by racerx09
    Listen to music all day, and usually fall asleep to it. The only time when music is Not played is while riding or running.

    IMO, You need to have all senses in tune when pushing limits. The sounds I enjoy while riding and running? The sound of my body in motion and now, the abscence of deraileur jockey wheels!!
    Like Mike Rowe (sp?) 77's? That takes me back.
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    I will remember Diamond Darrell. In my Player is: Die Krups, Dr. Octagon, Dr. Doom, Prodigy, Dj Shadow, Beastie Boys (check your head) ONLY, and some Frank Zappa, Jethro Tull also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinny-tire
    Have you found any Dead sites with MP3? I found the first Dead show I went to (LV in 91 or 92. Steve Miller opened), and it was somebody who tied into the soundboard. Can't remember where I got it, but just do a Google, and you'll find it. Apparently, the Dead has given their blessings to MP3s now (as long as you don't sell them).
    archive.org has quite a few Dead shows.

    In my changer:

    String Cheese Incident
    Cake
    Dead
    Big Wu
    Uncle Tupelo

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    ... and if we just ... 7,000 songs in the iPod

    Quote Originally Posted by J-RAD
    For me. Some Avail!
    But, in my car:
    311 - grassroots
    sublime - 40 oz
    Bob Marley Live at the Roxy
    Itals - Brutal or Deh
    Los Cafres - (Reggae band from Argentina)
    Long Beach Dub allstars
    STP -all
    Disturb - all
    Guns and Roses - all
    Velvet Revolver - Contaband
    The Refreshments - It's the band that was popular in Arizona 1994.
    Sit and spin my ass...

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    right now..

    )E|3C aka bad company uk, dj set from major league drum n bass party.

    I have a 2348 songs(6,7 days) in my itunes library, ranging from singer sonwriters to slipknot and back.

    Some of the things I pick on a regular basis are
    Novastar (belgium singer songwriter)
    Portishead
    Death cab for cutie
    Slipknot
    Slayer
    bad company UK
    some punk/rock mix i have
    and the beastie boys (which I saw live last tuesday)

    well that's about it.
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    Dave Matthews Band

    Dave Matthews Band on the way to work, Garden State Soundtrack on the way home.

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    ipod.....

    U2: How to dismantle an atomic bomb.
    Jay Z/DJ Dangermouse: Grey album
    Dalai lama: stages of meditation
    Pink Floyd: Delicate sound of thunder
    Flamin Lips: Yoshimi battles the pink robot
    Mason Jennings: various songs
    lots of Dave Matthews
    lots of RATM
    Taking it easy for all you sinners.

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    nice picks!

    Quote Originally Posted by jubilee
    ipod.....

    U2: How to dismantle an atomic bomb.
    Jay Z/DJ Dangermouse: Grey album
    Dalai lama: stages of meditation
    Pink Floyd: Delicate sound of thunder
    Flamin Lips: Yoshimi battles the pink robot
    Mason Jennings: various songs
    lots of Dave Matthews
    lots of RATM
    dig 'em. Don't know Mason Jennings though.

    Lighter notes:

    Damien Rice - "O"
    Jack Johnson
    Gomez
    Morcheeba
    Trashcan Sinatras
    Nina Simone

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    Actually no MP3's; I actually bought 2 cd's today...

    1) Solo - Sounds'n'songs (dutch artist, 1 gitar, 1 piano and some vocals, very nice)

    2) Snow Patrol - The Final Straw (check them at www.snowpatrol.net)
    No, I am not retro.... I am way ahead of my time...

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    Everything!

    Quote Originally Posted by J-RAD
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    iPods rock, I tell you what.

    Mostly been listening to Yann Tierrsen albums and Motorcycle Diaries soundtrack. I've been a little burnt out on the rock thing lately. Mix in a little Charlie Parker at Storyville and Chet Baker as well.

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