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Old 01-22-2005, 09:26 AM   #576
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Old 01-22-2005, 01:31 PM   #577
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ive been hearing a real big buzz about this album. i might have to check it out.

Yeah dude...The album is awesome, song by song...I recommend it definitely...
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Old 01-22-2005, 02:54 PM   #578
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Kudos on the Blues Explosion sig as well....."WE'RE ALL BLUES EXPLOSION!!!"
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Old 01-25-2005, 11:05 AM   #579
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System of a Down's new single "Cigaro" -- http://radio.gamemilitia.com/

You gotta love it when a song's first line is:

"My cock is much bigger than yours. My cock can walk right through the door."
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Old 01-25-2005, 01:54 PM   #580
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I haven't gotten any new music in a bit. I'm playing alot though right now.
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Old 01-25-2005, 02:22 PM   #581
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System of a Down's new single "Cigaro" -- http://radio.gamemilitia.com/

You gotta love it when a song's first line is:

"My cock is much bigger than yours. My cock can walk right through the door."

That single is bad ass...I cant wait for their new album to hit the shelves...System's been a great band since they came out, and I especially enjoy the fact that they acknowledge their Armenian heritage any chance they get...Last year on April 24th(89th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide), they played a concert here in LA at the Greek Theatre and the shows proceeds aided organizations urging the United States Congress to follow nations such as France and Canada in recognizing the Armenian genocide, in which an estimated 1.5 million people died at the hands of the Ottoman Empire during World War I. Being Armenian myself, I take great pride in my heritage and I'm glad that since System have been HUGE in the music industry, they still represent...
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Old 01-25-2005, 03:10 PM   #582
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Old 01-26-2005, 10:55 PM   #583
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Old 01-27-2005, 07:49 AM   #584
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i just got the game. 15 tracks in im very impressed. wasnt what i expected at all, and i dont really like anything G Unit, but this is a very good cd.

i also got Paul Wall (Houston Rapper) i havent listened to it yet, but hes a pretty good lyricist
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Old 01-27-2005, 09:46 AM   #585
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I just got the 1997 charity concert: Music for Montserrat. I'm usually bored by these types of concerts in which you have all these washed out chumps playing Beatle songs together but this one is extraordinary.

Knopfler plays a stunning version of Brothers in Arms among other highlights.
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My Favorite Band...Bad Religion - Suffer

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Old 01-27-2005, 06:25 PM   #587
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My Favorite Band...Bad Religion - Suffer


80-85 is still my fave era of this band........I remember "Drastic Actions" was a fave song to cover back in the day.
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Old 01-27-2005, 06:33 PM   #588
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80-85 is still my fave era of this band........I remember "Drastic Actions" was a fave song to cover back in the day.
Yeah, thats an awesome song...Most every song from 80-85 is the ****...My favorites on that album are probably "Yesterday", "We're Only Gonna Die" and "Into The Night"...like I said though, you could pop in the CD and play it song by song, and be jammin' ya know? I basically like all albums by BR up to about the Stranger than Ficition...I've heard their newer albums, they arent bad but, totally arent the same band they used to be...Its funny though, I went to their concert here in LA in November and they didnt play anything new...Like everybody requested older songs, which are 10 times better than what they put out now a day...
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Come on people, this almost fell to page 2.

That said, I'd better get SERIOUS rep for this. I discovered this site and it appears to be legit. I signed up because it has a few CD's I want for the engineering value (Donald Fagen's "The Nightfly" for one), so I guess we'll find out.

http://www.yourmusic.com/

And if this works, I expect SERIOUS repwhoring.
Went to the mailbox today and "The Nightfly" was sitting there. Checked my credit card, only billed $5.99. Seems to be legit.
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Just downloaded:

Scarface - Greatest Hits
DJ Whoo Kid & 50 Cent - G-Unit Radio 10 Mixtape (Before The Massacre 2050)

The mixtape is alright, getting hyped for the new 50. The Scarface CD impressed me, as I had never heard anything by him before.
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Yeah, thats an awesome song...Most every song from 80-85 is the ****...My favorites on that album are probably "Yesterday", "We're Only Gonna Die" and "Into The Night"...like I said though, you could pop in the CD and play it song by song, and be jammin' ya know? I basically like all albums by BR up to about the Stranger than Ficition...I've heard their newer albums, they arent bad but, totally arent the same band they used to be...Its funny though, I went to their concert here in LA in November and they didnt play anything new...Like everybody requested older songs, which are 10 times better than what they put out now a day...

Yeah, it was always a great song to play when first getting a band together and on the same page...I seem to remember always doing that one, Black Flag's "Six Pack" and Agent Orange's "Bloodstains" amongst others......I really miss that era, it was a lotta fun.
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Yeah, it was always a great song to play when first getting a band together and on the same page...I seem to remember always doing that one, Black Flag's "Six Pack" and Agent Orange's "Bloodstains" amongst others......I really miss that era, it was a lotta fun.


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hogan, check that out man......

all of you who are looking for hard to find music...

do so as well
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hogan, check that out man......

all of you who are looking for hard to find music...

do so as well

I'm familiar with GEMM and have delt with them in the past Ames.......the problem was that my experience with them wasn't the best to say the least.

Hopefully, it was an isolated incident.....the selection is great and I don't wanna discourage anyone at all....but beware the vinyl
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I'm familiar with GEMM and have delt with them in the past Ames.......the problem was that my experience with them wasn't the best to say the least.

Hopefully, it was an isolated incident.....the selection is great and I don't wanna discourage anyone at all....but beware the vinyl

uhm there was this place in seattle, boom street records or something, they are good.
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Old 01-29-2005, 01:08 PM   #596
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Still listening to the Ateyu CD, but I have 2 new bands that I've been into lately: 36 crazyfists and Guilt By Association.

36 crazyfists is some metal from Alaska, not the hard double bass screaming lungs out metal but harder than most rock out there. GBA is some pretty deep metal, and I can't to go see them in March
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Led Zep BBC sessions...........
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GREAT CD!

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Donald Fagen - "Nightfly"
Liquid Soul - "Make Some Noise" (preparing to see them in concert on Tuesday!)


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Been listening to some classic comedy as of late:

Bill Cosby - Revenge "Jr. Barns, You Gunky!!"
Firesign Theatre - Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me The Pliers "High School Madness"

Classics both.
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