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

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    4 things

    Quote Originally Posted by J-RAD
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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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    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.
    When it rains it pours.

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    Right now, rpm #25 and Dream Theater - train of thought
    No cool signature...

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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

    Straightaways

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    keep moving

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    Lately:

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    Charles Mingus
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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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