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Well of late I have been listening to

Audio Adrenaline: Lift
T.I.: King
Cypress Hill: Black Sunday
Limp Bizkit: 3 Dollar Billl Yall, Results May Vary
Temptations: My Girl, the very best of...


The TI cd is pretty good.... I might visit his back catalog.
08-13-2006 10:50 PM
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Hank Williams III: Straight to Hell
08-16-2006 10:27 PM
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Someone at work hooked me up with the new Busta Rhymes cd... DAMN...its actually good. If you have some nice subs in your car system it will give them a work out 04-rock 04-rock
08-17-2006 06:44 PM
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Well I have been listening to the new Audioslave cd alot. That and Slim Thug, ALready Platinum.

I'll get the new Luda tuesday...so that will probabbly be cd for the rest of the week.

Also on rotation this week:
my own best of from Van Halen
Stone Temple Pilots: Core
Pantera: best of
Judas Preist, The Essential...
09-25-2006 12:13 PM
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I was listening to one of the Sound Opinions podcasts while I was cleaning up last night and they played a bit of Lefties Soul Connection. Good funk/soul stuff. Check 'em out. http://www.myspace.com/leftiessoulconnection

They're from Amsterdam. The song "Organ Donor" is a cover of a dj Shadows tune from the 90s, which sampled some memphis soul song from the 60s.
10-12-2006 10:14 AM
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Black Star- Radiohead
Creep (TLC cover)- Afghan Wigs
Black Balloon- The Minders
O'Valencia- The Decemberists
Crowd Surf off a Cliff- Emily Haines
10-12-2006 10:25 AM
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Evenescense: The Open Door
The Game: The Documentary
Nirvana: Nevermind
Lupe Fiasco: Food & Liquor
DMX: Year of the Dogg...Again
Ludacris: Release Therapy
Stone Temple Pilots: Core and Purple
The White Stripes: Elephant

Probabbly gonna load up on the OG rap music for the car show I am going to this weekend. FTR its called Freak Show @ the fairgrounds in Wilson, NC. see http://www.dropjawmag.com for details.
10-16-2006 06:51 AM
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i've been listening to a lot of Be, lately. Common's last album is his best IMO. Kanye and Jay Dilla dominated the production.
10-16-2006 08:26 AM
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flyingswoosh Wrote:i've been listening to a lot of Be, lately. Common's last album is his best IMO. Kanye and Jay Dilla dominated the production.

Its a pretty good album. But my fav song is still "I Used to Love Her"
10-16-2006 01:44 PM
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niuhuskie84 Wrote:
flyingswoosh Wrote:i've been listening to a lot of Be, lately. Common's last album is his best IMO. Kanye and Jay Dilla dominated the production.

Its a pretty good album. But my fav song is still "I Used to Love Her"

is that on 'resurrection'?
10-16-2006 02:51 PM
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yea, i think so. it was when he was still common sense
10-16-2006 04:45 PM
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Went to the Ben Kweller concert here last night. He's gone soft. . . The crowd kinda confused me. I'm used to the college scene, and I come home to Atlanta to this show and see a guy with a newcastle, next to a group of teenagers with their dad.

Hymn was first, and I never really have liked that style. The sound everyone I run into seems to like.

But next up was the Sam Roberts Band. They had some good rock throwback with some good beats to add flavor. I really enjoyed their show and music.
10-16-2006 08:06 PM
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Sam Roberts has some good tunes. I've always wanted to see him live.


I've been listening to this Replacements tribute record the last couple days. It's pretty good.

You can hear the record here: http://www.punknews.org/bands/wellinherittheearth
10-17-2006 12:41 PM
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I have been listening to David Bazan (Fewer moving Parts) and the Headphones (self-titled). Bazan used to go by the band name Pedro the Lion.
10-17-2006 02:01 PM
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Random stuff off my hard drive:

Pearl Jam, Clipse, Motley Crue, The Offspring, Emenim
10-17-2006 02:10 PM
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Hey Dyno, you hear about last nites Wilco show? Apparently some drunken idiot dumped on stage and danced around and then tried to touch Tweedy. Tweedy then proceeded to put him in a choke hold and escort him over to security himself. 05-mafia Seriously tho, after the whole Dimebag incident, performers cant take chances. Apparently it was a real rowdy and drunken crowd. I guess he handled it reallly well though.

What I've been listening to:

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10-17-2006 02:23 PM
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I did not hear about that. I'll have to look it up.

Speaking of Dimebag, did you see the behind the music with that? It was chilling. I'm not a Pantera fan. So, I had no interest in watching it, but I came across it and it sucked me in. What a tragedy. Just stupid.

Speaking of what you're listening to right now, what do you think of the Beck record? Oh, and the first one on your list isn't showing up.
10-17-2006 03:02 PM
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dynovinyl Wrote:I did not hear about that. I'll have to look it up.

Speaking of Dimebag, did you see the behind the music with that? It was chilling. I'm not a Pantera fan. So, I had no interest in watching it, but I came across it and it sucked me in. What a tragedy. Just stupid.

Speaking of what you're listening to right now, what do you think of the Beck record? Oh, and the first one on your list isn't showing up.

+1 on the Beck. Is the new album any good? He has been hit or miss on some of his newer material.
10-17-2006 03:13 PM
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I saw a picture of Beck "and friends" recentley, and Devendra Banhart was in there. Is Banhart on the new Beck record? I can't see them two on a song together, but I'd love to.
10-17-2006 03:25 PM
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Heres the Wilco report.
http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/article/ne...Wilco_Show
from what people have said, pitchfork has blown it out of proportion. the whole thing has turned into a game of telephone. but he definitely took matters into his own hands.

The first album i've got there is Stan Getz/Joao Gilberto. Outstanding Bossa Bonva album, and one of the best selling jazz albums of all time. One of the few to actually gain popular appeal while still appealing to true fans. If you ever want something to relax to on the weekend or after work to just ease the nerves, this is it.
http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg...bsa9cgy230

I really like the new Beck album. I wasnt a huge fan of Guero, but this is definitely a great album to me. Pretty much covers all of Beck's bases. The production is awesome. If anything, the album is a little too long and could use a trim. The first half is extremely strong, and it tapers off a little bit at the end. If you like Beck's other stuff, you'll definitely like it. Not a masterpiece, but def one of the best of the year IMO.
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