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    what music is in your player?

    hey, this was something they were doing over in dh/freeride, and i must confess that i didn't recognize about 3/4 of the bands listed. so i'm interested to see what sspeeders listen to.

    my top 3:

    -dayna manning. mellow folk artist from stratford, ON. there's just something about her songs and voice that just grab me. you can sample some tunes at her site:

    www.daynamanning.com

    check it out.

    -the cure. always have been a fave; right now they're my renaissance group, complimented by my wife's rediscovery of depeche mode.

    -tool/perfect circle. i love the singer's voice, and the music kinda nails that angry/creepy/forlorn thing so very well. as i spend part of my time trying to be a torment author, sometimes i need some tormented music.

    hows about you folks? and when do you listen to music?

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    Let me look...I currently have the following...

    Rich Kids On LSD(early stuff), AVAIL, Bad Brains, 88 Fingers Louie, Cash, Wailing Souls, and the Gorilla Bisquits. Oh, and the Arthur cartoon CD that my 2 year-old son listens too.

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    Not sure if anybodys ever heard of this one....

    Makaha - Sons of Ni'Ihau

    Hawaiian music.

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    Robbie Robertson

    Is good desert music.
    Depeche Mode is a long time favorite.
    Joe Satriani,Pasquale,Cake,Nine Inch Nails,Electronic Pleasure,Metallica,PinkFloyd,Rush,Beck,James Brown,
    Perfect Circle,Alice in Chains,Bob and Ziggy Marley.

    The list goes on and on.
    I've been inside too long.

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    Foofighters

    Right now, i'm a foorider. good hammering music.

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    Uhhh Lately...

    Replacements- any and all
    Long beach dub all-stars
    Lone Justice
    Billy Joel
    Beastie Boys
    Any Good Country Get Drunk Songs...

    I know, I'm weird.

    Tim

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    Drivn and Cryn

    Quote Originally Posted by Timber
    Replacements- any and all
    Long beach dub all-stars
    Lone Justice
    Billy Joel
    Beastie Boys
    Any Good Country Get Drunk Songs...

    I know, I'm weird.

    Tim
    I'm going straight to hell just like my momma said

    one of the best beer drinking song ever
    I've been inside too long.

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    Dillenger Escape Plan
    Orchid
    The Blood Brothers
    Good Clean Fun
    An Albatross
    This Bike is a Pipe Bomb
    --- FeelsGood

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    I like a very broad variety of music...
    some artist I've listened to in the past few days are (in no particular order):
    The Cure, Nine Inch Nails, KMFDM (would be great for a freeride vid), David Bowie, Led Zepplin, Phish, Ben Harper, Wyclef Jean, Beastie Boys, Grateful Dead, Cat Stevens, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Iron Maiden... the list goes on...

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    Pretty wide variety, but I'm kinda burned out on the 15g of music on my hard drive, so I've been hooking up to www.kexp.org a lot lately for some variety. They have several different "shows", with a little of everything: old school rap, indie, roots, rock, world. I'm going to see the Crystal Method this weekend though, so I expect to be into them for a while after.
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    Cool-blue Rhythm always somethin' on the spin

    right now, at this very minute....Groove Trust, Live in NYC 3-15-2003.

    anytime the computer's one, there's something playing. and it's on alot.

    lately it's been ...

    Yonder Mountain String Band
    Groove Trust
    Particle
    Tom Waits
    Andres Segovia
    Benevento and Russo
    Soundtrack from Ocean's Eleven
    Dr. John
    John Coltrane
    Medeski, Martin, and Wood

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    Tenacious D

    "Wonder Boy, won't you take me far away from the mucky-muck"

    oh and
    Neil Young, Tool, Cash, Jet, Queens of the Stoneage and much more
    "Life is a F@#^ing story problem, get used to it - my son.

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    R-Kelly, Tower of Power, early E-40, early George Strait, Armand Van Helden
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    I second the Tenacious D that gpssr mentioned earlier. JB an KG know how to rock our socks off. But first and foremost, I am a huge, self confessed Rush geek. I always have at least 2 Rush cd's in the player. Currently Rush in Rio and Permanant Waves.

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    Smile Toora Loorala Toora Looralay...

    Springsteen.
    "Nebraska" You have not heard Springsteen until you've checked out this album.

    John Prine.
    Currently got his "John Prine Live" in.

    Clancy Brothers.
    Good old fashion Irish drinking tunes. I've got a gig this Patty's Day and have to brush up.
    "What more deversions can a man desire...upon his knee a pretty wench and on the table a jug of punch!!!"

    Just missed the top 3:

    Neil Young
    Dwight Yokam
    Melloncamp

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    Right now

    Vivaldi's 7 concerti for woodwind and strings. It rocks....
    When the going gets weird its bedtime.

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    French outfit; AIRs album Talkie Walky has really impressed me as of late. Been listening to it heaps.

    Trevor!

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    tunes

    Sarah Harmer, Los Rabanes, Pixies, megan Slankard, and other Spanish hipness you guys probably have never heard of before.

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    I'm not cool

    Hmm. I'm with kept man. I haven't heard of a lot of the music listed so far. I've been making a lot of mix CD's with the burner lately. Never did get into the whole music download thing, so I usually just take stuff off CD's I own. CD's and artists that get looped through my CD player in the car includes:

    Elvis
    Johnny Cash
    The White Stripes
    Beastie Boys
    Hank Williams Sr.
    Flogging Molly
    The Clumsy Lovers (fantastic band out of Vancouver BC)
    Public Enemy
    Devo
    Violent Femmes
    Rancid
    Dropkick Murphys
    Steel Pulse
    Cypress Hill
    Uncle Tupelo
    Fat Boy Slim
    Rev. Horton Heat

    Little o this, little o that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthpig
    Hmm. I'm with kept man.
    Hey, that's a good list.

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    ... and if we just ... new age blue grass

    I listen to <a href="http://www.kpig.com"> KPIG </a> in Santa Cruz (107'Oink'5). John Haitt "Thank God The Tikki Room Is Open"; Fred Eaglesmith "I like to drive 105"; Robert Earl Keen "It Feels So Good to Feel Good Again"; and the list goes on and on including Cowboy Junkies, John Prine, Pink Floyd, and the Beatles.

    1G1G, Brad

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    i like that funky stuff:
    rjd2, soul position, bob james, dj shadow, de la soul, j-live, minnie riperton, ugly duckling, and anything on stones throw records to name a few

    if you want to hear some of it, i have a show on wmtu (michigan tech) from 7-10pm EST. you can listen on the internet here.

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    some of mine

    Sex Mob "Dime Grind Palace"
    Johnny Cash Unearthed box set
    The Who - Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy
    MMW
    Scofield
    Soulive
    Marc Ribot

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    Unsane - Lambhouse (now reformed after their split in '91 - '92)

    New Bomb Turks - At Ropes End

    NoFX - War on Errorism

    Joss Stone (Becca's CD but pretty cool)

    My Dying Bride - The Angel and the Dark River (like A Perfect Circle on a big downer!)

    I have a pretty eclectic collection of punk / metal / industrial / noise / hardcore to choose from, plus all Becca's classical / jazz / easy stuff!

    Alex
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    Neil Young
    The Beatles
    The Byrds
    R.E.M.
    Pearl Jam
    Beastie Boys
    Snoop Dogg
    Elvis
    Billie Holliday
    Eric Burden
    Radiohead
    Bela Fleck & The Flecktones

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    Right now at work its Morcheeba - Big Calm.

    Only 8 hrs till I'm on the trail, only 8 hrs till I'm on the trail, only 8 hrs till I'm on the trail.

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    Keith G's Time Life Studder Rock is the best Mix collection ever...
    all you favorite rock songs with studdering singers...

    Right now i have Zepplin in my truck, white stripes and darkness on the mp3 player, and black crowes southern harmony and and musical companion on deck in the truck.

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    In my 5-cd changer right now...

    Aesop Rock - Float
    Soul Position - 8 Million Stories
    Pete Rock/INI - The Center of Attention
    Soulive - Next
    St. Germain - Tourist

    Not necessarily my all-time top-5 list, but pretty representative of what I listen too.

    sean

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    Most recently:

    Lambchop - Aw 'cmon; No - you 'cmon;
    Band of Blacky Ranchette - Still lookin good to me;
    Zen CD - Ninja Tune retrospective;
    Johnny Cash - Unearthed;
    Bubba Sparxxx - Deliverance;
    Fiery Furnaces - Gallowsbird Park;
    Fog - Ether Teeth;
    The Distillers - Coral Fang.
    Wibble

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    ah, earthpig's list is way cooler than mine.

    i must confess that despite having started this thread, i don't actually listed to music terribly often. what i do is writing a lot of the time, and i'm too easily distracted by tunes.

    but seeing earthpig list "public enemy' reminds me of a funny thing that happened on tuesday. i was running (hateful activity, running) and coming up to a stoplight as it turned red. a bus of public schoolers pulls up next to me, as i slow down and come to the light:

    kid (a girl) leans out window: "yeah, man! keep running! you can do it! keep running! yeah! straight outta compton!"

    me: "what?! straight outta compton?!"

    kid: "yeah man! you! straight outta compton!" (i'm a white boy in running tights in metrowest suburban boston).

    me: "nwa, huh?"

    kid: "what?! what's nwa?!"

    me: "nwa. straight outta compton ... do you know why it would be funny to yell straight outta compton at me? do you know what it means? nwa, rap group from back in the day?"

    kid: "shut up, loser. yeah, you're a loser!" (at this point the bus driver admonishes the kid, who shuts up).

    no interest in cultural history among today's youth, i tell ya.

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    bob marley
    ziggy marley
    frank zappa (with and w/o mothers)
    neil young
    peter tosh
    grateful dead
    fleetwood mac

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    old school industrial, newer EBM

    Guess this makes me an outlier here but I really only go for the electronic stuff

    old school:

    Psychic TV
    Laibach
    Test Department
    Skinny Puppy
    Front 242
    Einsturzende Neubauten
    early KMFDM
    early My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult
    Current 93

    newer stuff:
    Haujobb
    Project Pitchfork
    VNV Nation
    Croc Shop
    Covenant
    Apoptygma Berzerk

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    Wide Variety

    I keep a wide variety of stuff going. At work today I'm listening to a bunch of ambient/electronic stuff downloaded a while ago from mp3.com (RIP).

    Tom Aragon
    Transoceanic
    Terry blankenship
    Deep Sky Divers
    Lone Saint
    Ikarus
    Mutagene

    On the way to work I was listening to Old School German New Wave
    on a compilation tape:
    Spyder Murphy Gang
    UKW
    Nena
    Etc.

    Latest CDs
    Bela Fleck
    Doc Watson
    Cold Mountain Soundtrack

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShivaSteve
    Guess this makes me an outlier here but I really only go for the electronic stuff

    old school:

    Psychic TV
    Laibach
    Test Department
    Skinny Puppy
    Front 242
    Einsturzende Neubauten
    early KMFDM
    early My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult
    Current 93

    newer stuff:
    Haujobb
    Project Pitchfork
    VNV Nation
    Croc Shop
    Covenant
    Apoptygma Berzerk
    Nice list (another industrialite that rides bikes!) I can only handle industrial/EBM in lesser doses now. that used to be all I listened to... I also like Laibach, Skinny Puppy, Front 242, TKK, VNV, :wumpscut: occasionally, I do think KMFDMs newer stuff is pretty good. Icon of Coil is pretty good too.

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    In my car CD player -
    Modest Mouse
    DiMeola, Mclaughlin, Delucia
    New Order
    Modest Mouse
    Braid
    Sunny Day Real Estate
    Fugazi

    I'm a lazy listener. I don't actively seek out new music, and if I like a CD enough, I'll put it on repeat and listen to it for months. I think one of the Modest Mouse CDs has been in my car for three years.

    My youngest brother used to be the head engineer at the radio station here at UM, so he'd get hundreds of samplers, and dozens of bands going through there. I liked his taste in music so I'd pick out from his collection. But he got tired of the DC scene and moved to SF about 5 years ago, so if my collection looks dated, it is.

    My other brother (who still lives around me) listens to ABSOLUTE CRAP like N'Sync and Oasis and all that other pop sh!t! Jayzus! Needless to say, I leave his cd collection alone.

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    Lesse here. With in reach of my computer right now...
    • Loose Fur
    • Joe Strummer, Coma Girl
    • Nellie McKay, Get Away From Me
    • The Flaming Lips, Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
    • Apocolyptica
    • Pixies, Surfer Rosa
    • Supersuckers, Must've Been High
    • Hillbilly Boogey, Compilation of old school rockabilly/country
    • Lifter Puller, Fiesta+Fiascos
    • Modest Mouse, Lonsome Crowded West
    • They Might be Giants, NO! (thier Kids CD, it rocks!)
    • Reel Time Travelers, old timey style, not bluegrass, but close
    • and Neil Young, Harvest

    That's just with in reach, I've got many more laying about the house, all of it equally eclectic. At work I've been listening to Winamp, and thier supplied stations. 3wk Underground is pretty good, and Boot Liquor classic and alt Country is really good.
    Just a regular guy.

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    Knew there had to be at least one more...

    I went through a pretty long phase of not listening to much of this stuff, and none of the newer post-Wax Trax EBM stuff, until I discovered Haujobb, Pitchfork, VNV, Covenant, etc. (I was and still am listening to more experimental stuff like Autechre, Pan Sonic, Matmos, etc.) Realized there was some pretty good stuff still being made and I'm a sucker for hard driving synth pop. My wife and I listen to all the Norwegian bands cause she is from there. I have some Icon stuff but not the new album. Metropolis also just just picked up another band from Norway, Pride and Fall, who are similar.

    Great anecdote - I finally got to meet Laibach and hang out with them for part of a weekend this past fall after their concert in Geneva. Amazing guys, and so different from what you would expect given their stage image (soft spoken, very intellectual, and very non-judgemental.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kept man
    hey, this was something they were doing over in dh/freeride, and i must confess that i didn't recognize about 3/4 of the bands listed. so i'm interested to see what sspeeders listen to.

    my top 3:

    -dayna manning. mellow folk artist from stratford, ON. there's just something about her songs and voice that just grab me. you can sample some tunes at her site:

    www.daynamanning.com

    check it out.

    -the cure. always have been a fave; right now they're my renaissance group, complimented by my wife's rediscovery of depeche mode.



    -tool/perfect circle. i love the singer's voice, and the music kinda nails that angry/creepy/forlorn thing so very well. as i spend part of my time trying to be a torment author, sometimes i need some tormented music.

    hows about you folks? and when do you listen to music?

    Zero 7: When it falls

    nellie McKay: get away from me

    Jem: self titled

    AIR: walky talky

    Listen to music all the time..

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    Variety here too....

    Cake
    Southern Culture on the Skids
    Yo Lo Tengo
    Garcia/Grisman
    Doc Watson
    Del McCoury Band
    Agent Orange
    Los Straitjackets
    Lyle Lovett
    Ventures
    Stones
    Johnny Cash
    more stuff......
    Porrick

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    Quote Originally Posted by kept man
    -dayna manning. mellow folk artist from stratford, ON. there's just something about her songs and voice that just grab me. you can sample some tunes at her site:

    www.daynamanning.com

    check it out.
    Dude, thanks a ton for the heads up on Danya Manning! Im going to buy it today. I have really ecclectic taste so I've got a bit of everything.

    Right now:
    Linkin Park
    Bouncing Souls (!!!)
    NOFX
    Saliva
    Adema
    Deviates
    AKUS (see where I diverge)
    Nickelcreek
    POD
    Shawn Colvin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Singlespeedpunk
    Unsane - Lambhouse (now reformed after their split in '91 - '92)

    Alex
    Wow, Unsane's back together? I missed that bit of news.

    Lately I've been listening to tons of Clutch, as always.

    Life Of Agony got back together, so after seing them a few times again, the CD's are fun again.

    Lots of acoustic blues. Been diggin on R.L. Burnside lately.
    Convince me

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    Bad Brains
    Pixies
    Chika
    Ben Kweller
    Les Claypool stuff
    Fugazi
    Woody Guthrie
    Billy Bragg
    Eraserheads

    all at home cuz I don't have a CD player in my car, if you can believe it.

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    wow! dunno any (nm)

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    excellent

    namaSSte, glad you like dayna manning. her music is something that i'd never thought i'd go for, but there was something about it that just worked for me. "shades" (latest) is better than "vol 1" in my opinion.

    i've seen her live a couple of times, and really enjoyed myself: again, she's got this "charisma" to her that makes the shows. nothing fancy - but nothing expensive, then, either. don't think she's touring this summer, which is a pity.

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    mellow groovy tunes

    Quote Originally Posted by kept man

    hows about you folks? and when do you listen to music?
    Gomez has to be my new favorite to listen to by far. Just saw them in L.A. and immediately bought Liquid Skin and Bring It On. Nice lads from the UK, rockin' it.

    just scored a new iPod on ebay so I'll have to try some out on this thread - thanks!

    Loud n Fast: (not too often)
    Tool
    Rage
    Thursday
    ...and you will know us by the trail of dead
    old "X"
    Slint (!!!)

    Country
    check out "Unknown Hinson" for a C&W freak show. Rawkin'!
    Willie, Waylon, Kris, Emmylou, etc.
    Rusted Root

    good mellow grooveness
    Zero 7
    Air
    Morcheeba
    Portishead
    St. Germain
    Massive Attack
    Groove Armada

    hippity hop
    Jurassic 5

    other
    Norah Jones - love that grrl. Seen her 3x
    Damien Rice
    Mojave 3
    Starsailor
    Modest Mouse
    Leonna Naess - sassy bad grrl

    also, www.radioparadise.com has a killer streaming playlist.

    HW
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    Check it out, IT WILL blow your pants off!

    The myth of Sagor & Swing tells that they are children of nature that grew up in the forest. That they at an early age built their first instruments and isolated from the noise of civilization invented a music of their own. What we know for sure, however, is that they make wonderful organ music and have been doing this for some time now. This is their third album, “Allt hänger samman”.

    The woods have thickened. The melodies have become more intricate and the idyllic scenes now have a darker tone. One slips away on excursions in the faintest sounds through passages where the organ is a tone generator built to recreate the sounds of the forest – the wind, the singing of birds, the creaking of roots.

    As soon as the majestic introduction “Återkomsten” begins, one senses that something is going on. In “Lövverk” echoes are heard of Kraftwerk and their endless ostinati and the final "Alla sagor har ett ****" is a magnificent, minimalistic bookending. The moods that are summoned in between the songs keeps one helplessly in the world of Sagor & Swing.

    www.sagorochswing.com

    Their recordlabel has a lot of other good acts as well.
    www.hapna.com

    Oh man it's saturridingday tomorrow and sundayridingday the day after that´.
    And it's almost spring here in Sweden now.

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    Thanks kept man!

    Quote Originally Posted by kept man
    hey, this was something they were doing over in dh/freeride, and i must confess that i didn't recognize about 3/4 of the bands listed. so i'm interested to see what sspeeders listen to.

    my top 3:

    -dayna manning. mellow folk artist from stratford, ON. there's just something about her songs and voice that just grab me. you can sample some tunes at her site:

    www.daynamanning.com
    That's some good stuff, perfect for mellowing out after a great ride.
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    Hard, fast, bass, cool beats

    New Linkin Park
    New Korn
    New Perfect Circle
    Tool Undertow
    Audioslave
    Nappy Roots
    Mudvayne

    Lighten up with Petty Wildflowers and Martin Sexton

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    Joy Division/New Order will never get old!

    It just won't. Our grandkids will listen to it and it will still be relevant.

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    On the way to a ride usually,

    Rancid, Tom Petty or Cake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timber
    Replacements- any and all
    Long beach dub all-stars
    Lone Justice
    Billy Joel
    Beastie Boys
    Any Good Country Get Drunk Songs...

    I know, I'm weird.

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    I have "Let it Be" here at the office right now. Of course "Shiftless when Idle" is a great SS song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kept man
    hey, this was something they were doing over in dh/freeride, and i must confess that i didn't recognize about 3/4 of the bands listed. so i'm interested to see what sspeeders listen to.

    my top 3:

    -dayna manning. mellow folk artist from stratford, ON. there's just something about her songs and voice that just grab me. you can sample some tunes at her site:

    www.daynamanning.com

    check it out.

    -the cure. always have been a fave; right now they're my renaissance group, complimented by my wife's rediscovery of depeche mode.

    -tool/perfect circle. i love the singer's voice, and the music kinda nails that angry/creepy/forlorn thing so very well. as i spend part of my time trying to be a torment author, sometimes i need some tormented music.

    hows about you folks? and when do you listen to music?
    "I do not love you" by Small Factory is great.
    Then there's Unrest, Billy Bragg, Pavement, Bob Dylan, the Roots, Smog, the Replacements, Grant Hart, Versus, Tribe Called Quest in the pile.
    Then in the drawer there's Husker Du, Sonic Youth, Beasties, the Nields, Dan Bern.

    Matt

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    my top 35

    Here is an image of my top 35 songs according to itunes. Curiously missing, is Wumpscut. I have been really listening to them lately. Anyway, most of these should make Shiva happy, and there is a bunch of metropolis stuff in there.

    BTW, if you want to find new bands, check out this site.

    Gnoosic will take three bands you like, and associate them with ten other bands in the same genre.
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    Good job! Im A 2 Band Man.

    Saviour Machine And Virgin Black. They Both Have A Very Unique Sound. If You Have Never Heard Them, Try Them Out You Just Might Like It.

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    I like the hard stuff...

    We're talking the old stuff like Metallica, Megadeth, Alice In Chains, Flotsam & Jetsom. White Zombie even.
    New stuff like Korn, Linkin Park, P.O.D., and Jet.

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    Good to see a couple hip hop heads on here! YES! I know there is a generation gap, but I've grown up on hip hop all my life and that and bicycling are my two loves. Seems they don't really go together but I love it.

    My cd will be out Fall 2004!
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    All Things Must Pass

    Sir George is playing on my turntable as we speak

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    This is a cool thread...

    Reading Skinny Puppy, Front 242 and Thrill Kill bring back memories. How about early Ministry? Dems were the days.

    These days I listen to pop punk mostly and I like stuff with ska influences. Too many great bands to list but my favorite bands overall are;

    Catch22
    Mustard Plug
    Nofx
    Propagandhi (fave band overall)
    Fifteen (close second fave band ever)
    Swinging Utters (third fave band, like you care or asked. Saw em live, freakin amazing!)
    Belvedere
    Ramones (gabba gabba hey)
    Nerve Agents
    Rancid
    Bouncing Souls
    Gorilla Biscuits
    7 Seconds
    Op Ivy
    Saw the Forgotten Rebels in concert a few weeks back and a Buffalo band called the Bloody Hollies opened for them, cool band. Played their arms off and then some.

    And I'm almost afraid to admit to....Enya! How Enya fits into that list is beyond me but I like what I like and that's just the way it is.

    On a side thread, how old are you guys and gals? I'm 36. Going onto 25. A young coworder of mine found it funny when I was washing my car at work and had Propagandhi blasting away.

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    iPods rock!

    I have a 40gb iPod, so everything I own is close at hand
    I'm really into the 80's hair bands, and some newer stuff but it has everything from Bach to
    Pantera
    Iron maiden
    Judas Priest
    Crystal Method (who I'm seeing tonight w/ PBnJ)
    Rev Horton Heat
    Yngwie Malmsteen
    Joe Satriani
    Rush
    Steve Earle
    John Lee Hooker
    Lords of Acid
    Van Halen
    Elvis Presley
    The Cult
    Curtis Mayfield
    Norah Jones
    Nina Simone
    The Donnas
    Dio
    WASP
    Faster *****cat
    George Clinton.............

    the list is growing

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    wow, great variety so far!!

    hey guys, right now i am listening to:

    dropkick murpy's
    flogging molly
    mxpx
    poques
    the streets
    toby keith
    nitty gritty dirt band
    johnny cash
    bruce springsteen

    its an odd mix but it helps me get my work done so i can go riding!!!

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    Whoa! Shiva that's quite the little anecdote! what kinda of stuff did you talk about, and how was the show?!

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    Smile

    Nylon Beat at the moment.

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    I don't just build slow...

    My top five:

    Radar Bros.
    Acetone
    Album Leaf
    Calla
    Silver Jews

    MC

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    As you can probably tell from my avitar......

    I like music that puts me in a mellow mood. Solid, upbeat types of music. Some in the rotation:
    Israel Vibration
    Culture
    Steel Pulse
    Burning Spear
    Afro Cuban All Stars
    Buena Vista Social Club
    Ruben Gonzalez
    GreyBoy All Stars
    Gladiators
    Elijah Manuel
    John Browns Body
    Barry White (Qualified to Satisfy...oh yea baby)

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    music huh....???

    Lets see here... Godsmack,tool,Type O Negtive,Alice in chains,Zombie,Manson..Well some of his stuff.....doors,joan Jett God I had the bigssest crush on here when I was 15 she made me feel ..uh nevermind Evernesance,Monster Magnet,Powerman 5000.Offspring.CCR,ZZ Top,Pearl Jam,Saliva.. not a bad group if I do say so my self!

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    Dave Matthews

    On the last ride I loaded the player up with some Dave Matthews Band, it was great for a long smooth singletrack ride.

    -Jeremy

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerms
    On the last ride I loaded the player up with some Dave Matthews Band, it was great for a long smooth singletrack ride.

    -Jeremy
    DMB are the best. I just got finished listening to Busted Stuff, it inspires me to ride fast.

    Trevor!

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    Cool-blue Rhythm

    The music is alot better over here than with the DH/freeride crowd so here are my pesos from that forum. Seems to fit better over here.

    The Cramps (anything by them)
    The Mooney Suzuki (I cannot imagine that anyone here, myself included ever got to check out the MC5, but these guys have an eerily similar vibe; they rocked live too.)
    Louis Prima (anything; he was a rockstar before the term was invented)

    Random others that pop up in my playa: Fu Manchu, The Stray Cats, Guana Batz, Carl Perkins, Elvis, Gus Gus, Propellerheads, Melvins, The Gun Club, Wynonie Harris, X, The Sonics, White Stripes, The Dream Syndicate, Nekromantix, The Cynics, The Smiths, John Coltrane, Friends of Dean Martinez, and too many others.

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    date music

    candlelight, red wine, and "F Her Gently" on in the background...


    Quote Originally Posted by gpsser
    "Wonder Boy, won't you take me far away from the mucky-muck"

    oh and
    Neil Young, Tool, Cash, Jet, Queens of the Stoneage and much more

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    NWA- Bus full of kids and still laughin'

    NWA WHO? Great story that brings it back!

    I am a hardcore white boy from the projects i.e. the outer burbs of the suburbs of Cleveland. A'ight!! Nothing taught me the meaning of clueless unfocused teen angst like "Straight Outta Compton" playing in the tape player cruisinin' in in my buddy's '78 Buick Regal. Good times!

    Currently:

    Andrean Bocelli
    Joss Stone- girl can sing
    Dave Brubeck- Take 5
    Jurassic 5

    Will be breaking out the NWA this week in tribute!

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    Aging Myself !!!


    1. Bruce Springsteen - Born to Run
    2. Meatloaf - Bat out of Hell
    3. Queen - Greatest Hits
    4. ACDC - Back In Black

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    Good job! Gorilla Biscuits?

    Quote Originally Posted by 2farfwd
    Rich Kids On LSD(early stuff), AVAIL, Bad Brains, 88 Fingers Louie, Cash, Wailing Souls, and the Gorilla Bisquits. Oh, and the Arthur cartoon CD that my 2 year-old son listens too.
    The Gorilla Biscuits freaking rule! I started listening to them around '89 or so and you are the first person outside of my circle of punk friends who's ever heard of them.

    What was that band that Civ was in a few years back? Was it any good? I saw a video once when MTV still played them, and I recognized his voice instantly. Kinda funny that he made a video and commercial album after that first song on "Start Today."

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    Cool-blue Rhythm Sunday Mornings Mix

    Loop Guru
    Euphoria
    Mingus
    Metallica
    SRV
    Zepplin
    Sara McLachan (Teisto remix)
    Kraftwerk
    LikeHell
    GnR
    Johnny Lee Hooker
    The Police
    The Spits
    U2
    Strunz & Farrah

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    heh, My whole MP3 collection, iPod rules!

    I got up in there now:

    Yes, ABWH
    Rush
    Kevin Gilbert, Shaming of the True <- check this cat out. Way too cool! http://www.kevingilbert.com
    Marillion
    Chet Baker
    Charlie Parker
    Beastie Boys
    AC/DC
    H Band
    Alanis Morrisette
    Morphine
    Arested Development
    Bjork
    Cake
    David Sylvian
    Dj QBert
    Peter Gabriel
    Hedwig
    Cairo
    Floyd
    Primus
    The Radioheads
    Talk Talk
    Talking Heads
    The Who
    HoJo
    ELO (don't laugh please)
    CTD
    Cowboy Junkies
    The Cars

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    qotsa
    clutch
    brant bjork
    kyuss

    your basic audio steroids

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    Moutain bikes, Music and Snowboarding......

    What could be better, I guess I through in my 2 cent, if anybody cares? I'm mostly a metal guy, you can add Classical,some Blues, Classic Rock once in awhile.
    Iron Maiden
    Slayer
    Symphorce
    Grip Inc.
    Inflames
    Iced Earth ect. ect. ect.

    I could go on forever buy you get the point. Music thats makes you go really FAST!

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    In no particular order-
    Stevie Ray Vaughn
    Webb Wilder
    The Who
    The Clash
    Dwight Yoakum
    Hank Williams 1, Jr. and 3rd!

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    ... and if we just ... Roots, Rock, Reggae!!!

    Bob Marley - Live at the Roxy
    Gladiators - Live at Sunsplash
    Israel Vibration
    Wailing Souls - Greatest Hits
    Itals - Brutal oh deh
    Sublime - 40oz.
    Dub beach All Stars
    The refreshments
    The Police - Box set
    Rush - Exit Stage Left
    Disturbed
    White Stripes
    Godsmack
    Jet



    Quote Originally Posted by kept man
    hey, this was something they were doing over in dh/freeride, and i must confess that i didn't recognize about 3/4 of the bands listed. so i'm interested to see what sspeeders listen to.

    my top 3:

    -dayna manning. mellow folk artist from stratford, ON. there's just something about her songs and voice that just grab me. you can sample some tunes at her site:

    www.daynamanning.com

    check it out.

    -the cure. always have been a fave; right now they're my renaissance group, complimented by my wife's rediscovery of depeche mode.

    -tool/perfect circle. i love the singer's voice, and the music kinda nails that angry/creepy/forlorn thing so very well. as i spend part of my time trying to be a torment author, sometimes i need some tormented music.

    hows about you folks? and when do you listen to music?
    Sit and spin my ass...

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    Also try http://www.musicmobs.org/. Upload your iTunes XML file and compare it to everyones tunes. It's great.

    Look for 'semper' on musicmobs.org to see my entire playlist.

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    Fishbone
    Joe Tex
    Disneyland After Dark (Denmark)
    TV2 (Danish)
    Johnny Madsen (Denmark)

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    In no real particular order

    Bandits of the Acoustic Revolution
    Streetlight Manifesto
    Fugazi
    Youngblood Brass Band
    MMW
    Bela Fleck and the Flecktones
    Fugazi
    Catch 22

    Streetlight Manifesto and Youngblood have ruled my player as of late it seems.

    To answer the question posed earlier about Civ, which may have been answered by now, I believe the name of the band was Civ.

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    Diverse selection

    Widespread Panic
    Steeley Dan
    Frank Black
    Bob Mould/Sugar
    Allman Brothers
    The Toadies
    Alice in Chains
    Iron Maiden (old stuff)
    Dino Jr.
    Rush
    Bob Marley

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    You're not alone...

    Quote Originally Posted by ShivaSteve
    Guess this makes me an outlier here but I really only go for the electronic stuff

    old school:

    Psychic TV
    Laibach
    Test Department
    Skinny Puppy
    Front 242
    Einsturzende Neubauten
    early KMFDM
    early My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult
    Current 93

    newer stuff:
    Haujobb
    Project Pitchfork
    VNV Nation
    Croc Shop
    Covenant
    Apoptygma Berzerk
    I'm into several of those bands. As a matter of fact there was some KMFDM, Skinny Puppy, Download, NIN that came up on random play today. I've had the iPod a while but never really rode with it until today. 5-hour SS ride with the iPod in my camelbak set on random play. Got my whole cd collection on there so you never know what's gonna come up. The iPod must have been in a Tom Waits mood today 'cause I heard quite a few Tom Waits tunes.

    VNV Nation makes awesome snowboarding music, I'd guess it'd be a good bet for riding as well. Though as I noticed today *anything* sounds cool when you're zipping along on some nice tree-covered twisty, swoopy singletrack. Kinda cool hearing the tires crunching along, and the wind in your ears mingling with the beat of the music...

    -Trevor

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    You too with the modest mouse?

    Quote Originally Posted by Drevil
    In my car CD player -
    Modest Mouse
    DiMeola, Mclaughlin, Delucia
    New Order
    Modest Mouse
    Braid
    Sunny Day Real Estate
    Fugazi

    I'm a lazy listener. I don't actively seek out new music, and if I like a CD enough, I'll put it on repeat and listen to it for months. I think one of the Modest Mouse CDs has been in my car for three years.
    Dunno about three years, but I've got a MP3 cd in my truck with Lonesome Crowded West, and This is a long drive.... that's been in there forever. I only drive about twice a week, so I can't be bothered to rotate the music selection in the truck...

    Haven't really been actively seeking out new music lately. Though apparently the Beastie Boys have some new stuff out. Sweet! Love the beasties, and I'm a new convert to Death Cab for Cutie and that spin-off band Postal Service?

    -Trevor

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    Although I don't listen to musin while riding...

    Currently in the Family Jeepster, I've got:

    2 Fat Wreck Chords comps

    Weezer- "Pinkerton"

    Ben Folds 5: "The Unauthorized Autobiography of Reinhold Messner"

    Deathray Davies, I forget the name of the album

    Snapcase, I dont remember the name of this one either

    Voodoo Glow Skulls, the one that starts off w/ "Shoot the Moon"

    ...and I'll be taking Clutch with me today!

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    Mountain Roads / Mini Cooper S

    = Prodigy, Chemical Bros and The Crystal Method.

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    Zero 7 When it falls & My Morning Jacket: it Still Moves

    And cottonbelly Sade remixes (dub)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShivaSteve
    It just won't. Our grandkids will listen to it and it will still be relevant.
    Agreed! I was pretty happy to find some old stuff during my recent move...like my old Joy Division Unknown Pleasures poster.

    Steve - if your into that electronic stuff and you need some new stuff, check out a magazine called The Wire out of the UK. http://www.thewire.co.uk/

    These days, the songs will most likely be covered by another band and kids these days, unless told it's a cover, would never know the true origin. Myself, it would be hard to list a few artists that I listen to regularly as I have 1000+ CDs. I like to tell the girlfriend to pick a letter and that helps me choose what I take to work that day.

    DT

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    currently:
    rolling stones
    john prine
    john lennon
    woody guthrie
    RHCP
    and a bit of NOFX and rancid for good measure...

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    top five....this week....

    1. <a href="http://www.discobiscuits.net/setlists.php?date=2004-01-03">the disco biscuits - 01/03/04 electric factory, philadelphia, pa</a>
    2. grateful dead - steppin' out with the grateful dead
    3. atmosphere - god loves ugly
    4. <a href="http://www.friendsofcheese.com/Incidents.asp?Action=ViewIncident&IncidentId=20000 40801">the string cheese incident - 04/08/00 madison theatre, peoria, il</a>
    5. radiohead - hail to the thief

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    Bad religion,
    dropkick murphy's
    bouncing souls
    Jack Johnson

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    a few for ya....

    string cheese incident....great live show..good mountain driving music.
    Phish....the older the better, go see em live
    The Dead...always...timeless.
    DMB....great riding music, just all around good...decent live show
    Johnny Cash...what's there to say, he's the man in black.
    The White Stripes....talented musicians, but lyrically challenged at times.
    Neil Young....
    David Wilcox.
    David Grisman....best mandolin player the world has ever known?
    Death in Vegas....
    Dead Kennedys...still.
    Op Ivy...how could such a good band turn into rancid(well not the whole band, but you get the picture)
    Miles Davis.
    Coltrane
    Parker

    That'll do for today...
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    Loretta Lynn - Van Lear Rose

    Besides the Miles Davis, Johnny Cash, X, Velvet Underground, AC/DC, Beastie Boys, Buddy Guy, Elvis, White Stripes, Muddy Water, Patsy Cline, Patti Smith, Led Zeppelin, my collection of Ring of Fire covers and the rest of the 20+gb on my iPod, I have been listening to Lorretta Lynn's newest Van Lear Rose produced in collaberation with Jack White. I've always liked Lorreta's honest voice, but backed by Jack White, she simply rocks on this album. The whole thing is simply incredible. I'm listening to it over and over and over and over...

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    hey, this was something they were doing over in dh/freeride, and i must confess that i didn't recognize about 3/4 of the bands listed. so i'm interested to see what sspeeders listen to.

    my top 3:

    -dayna manning. mellow folk artist from stratford, ON. there's just something about her songs and voice that just grab me. you can sample some tunes at her site:

    www.daynamanning.com

    check it out.

    -the cure. always have been a fave; right now they're my renaissance group, complimented by my wife's rediscovery of depeche mode.

    -tool/perfect circle. i love the singer's voice, and the music kinda nails that angry/creepy/forlorn thing so very well. as i spend part of my time trying to be a torment author, sometimes i need some tormented music.

    hows about you folks? and when do you listen to music?

    and Neil Young on your lists, you SSers are alright

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    Just the usual oldies stuff like Judas Priest & Ozzy. Some Gothic stuff like Lacuna Coil and Dead Can Dance to spice things up, 80s metal and current alternative & industrial stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiRt DeViL
    Just the usual oldies stuff like Judas Priest & Ozzy. Some Gothic stuff like Lacuna Coil and Dead Can Dance to spice things up, 80s metal and current alternative & industrial stuff.
    This is a good stuff. I add Amorphis, H.I.M., Nightwish, Inkubus Sukkubus and Therion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kept man

    hows about you folks? and when do you listen to music?
    Which of my music do I keep in my player?

    All of it. iPod, baby.

    When do I listen?

    Any chance I get. Usually when riding alone or at the gym.
    -Porkchop

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    haha!

    crazy bump! i like music threads, and music and SSing go along hand in hand in my opinion. something about the flow of it all.

    ill name the CDs and records that are currently in any CD player or record player in my house or car or elsewise. here goes:

    boy sets fire - notes from the plague year
    at the drive-in - vaya
    danger doom - s/t
    hope conspiracy - end note
    pelican - new one
    a day in black and white - notes
    amanda woodward - decadance de la decadance

    sorry about the insanely random ressurection of a thread. music weeeee!

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    Beenie Man this morning. Zappa, Mile Davis, Hendrix...Sublime, maybe oldschool rap. Barely touch the .oog player though, listen from the laptop alot. That way I can bring 30 gigs or so of music or internet radio to the mix.
    The Who - Glittering Girl
    Ween - The Grobe
    Yellowman - Strong Me Strong
    all your base are belong to us

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    Lets see...

    Satriani
    Audioslave
    Rollins
    Black Flag
    Minor Threat
    VNV Nation
    Das Ich
    Front Line Assembly
    Sean Paul
    Eminem
    Social Distortion
    Mike Ness (solo)
    Pennywise
    Blink 182
    Decendents
    Soundgarden
    John Lee Hooker
    Mississippi Fred McDowell
    Sublime
    luck favors the prepared.

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