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Old 01-16-2006, 04:56 PM   #1351
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1.Jedi Mind Tricks: Psycho Social

2.Talib Kweli and hi-tek: reflection eternal

3.Biggie Duets : nine, teen, seventy sumthin...... biggie smalls is the illest

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5.My dad's first Jazz album (YAY DAD!!!!!)
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Old 01-16-2006, 05:49 PM   #1352
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1.Jedi Mind Tricks: Psycho Social

2.Talib Kweli and hi-tek: reflection eternal

3.Biggie Duets : nine, teen, seventy sumthin...... biggie smalls is the illest

4.Buena Vista Social Club

5.My dad's first Jazz album (YAY DAD!!!!!)

seems like Talib Kweli and anything from the hieroglypics crew is all I listen to anymore.
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Old 01-16-2006, 05:53 PM   #1353
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It's weird, I never got hardcore into Royce. I have a few burnt CDs... he's good, but I'm not as into him as I am Hush, Paradime, Trick Trick, and some other underground Detroit people.

Nice @ the next Cham single. That song is hot.

I downloaded the lil wayne CD, it's a good CD. Let me know how the Budden mixtape is... I could have downloaded it but I passed. If it's good I'll get it and give it a listen. Hell I might go download it now anyways.

Have you heard anything on Obie Trice, by chance? I loved Cheers, and have been waiting on his 2nd CD.
yea its prolly my 2nd favorite on the cd. i never got into Obie Trice for some reason. he reminds too much of d12 and i cant stand them except for Em. but i know hes nice, cuz i heard him on the kay slay cd a while back and then on the biggie duets, so when his new one drops ill prolly get that.

i been listening to alotta r&b tho lately. I love that Ne-Yo song So Sick. i got the new anthony Hamilton cd. about halfway thru its not bad. John Legends cd is still in my player. Lyfe Jennings if u havent got his cd yet and u like r&b its a must have.
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Old 01-20-2006, 11:41 AM   #1354
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Old 01-20-2006, 05:01 PM   #1355
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"When they kick at your front door....how you gonna go?"

Pre-1982 Clash will always endure.
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Old 01-20-2006, 05:57 PM   #1356
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I've been pounding this CD for a couple of weeks now trying to put my finger on why it's a step down from their first two releases. Admittingly, it's very difficult, if not downright impossible, for any group to maintain such unbelievably high standards and expectations.....but I expected better than what was given to us this time around.

There is some great material here. Songs such as "You Only Live Once", "Juicebox", "Evening Sun" & "Red Light" are all up to the usual standards and could set comfortably on either Is This It? or Room On Fire. "You Only Live Once" in particular is vintage Strokes, while "Juicebox" has everything an alternative single should have (a meancingly fast bassline, soaring bridges, distortion, above average lyrics).

The release bogs down after the opening salvo of those two tracks however. "Heart In A Cage", "On The Other Side", "Fear Of Sleep" and "Vision Of Division" waste good riffs on half-formed songs and very questionable lyrics. Casablancas vocals are a source of irritation for the very first time as well. His singing style sinks "On The Other Side" while adding to the seemingly forced experimentation that leads the band into some of it's worst songs to date (See "Killing Lies").

"Razorblade" is an arty trainwreck. Stumbling instrumtation around an arrhythmic drumbeat who's chorus is sung in a style that directly rips off Barry Manilow's "Mandy". If that wasn't bad enough, you then encounter the ultra-annoying "Ask Me Anything" two tracks later. It's main function appears to be just a cello playing Yo La Tengo's "Big Day Coming" riff at different octaves while Casablancas sings "I've got nothing to say" over and over and over again. He also hits lyrical rock bottom on the track with the immortal line "Don't be a coconut, God is trying to talk to you"....IMO, his poetic licence should be damn near revoked over that one.

Overall, a very frustrating and disappointing album. Hardcore fans will love it no doubt and there are certainly worse things to purchase, but this is a transitional disc. As with most transitional releases, some of it works, some of it fails and some of it should've never been attempted in the first place. Hopefully, some of the expirments attempted here will be more fully developed and realized on future releases.

Ona scale of zero to five stars......it barely gets three.
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Old 01-22-2006, 12:03 AM   #1357
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Old 01-23-2006, 09:15 AM   #1358
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"When they kick at your front door....how you gonna go?"

Pre-1982 Clash will always endure.

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I have a band i got into called the distillers - good punk IMO.
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Old 01-26-2006, 09:49 PM   #1359
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Miles Davis Quintet -
Cannonball Adderly - Something Else
Charles Mingus - Ah Um / Blues and Roots / Changes 2
Wayne Shorter - Speak no evil
John Coltrane - A love supreme
Art Tatum - 20th Century piano genius
Yellow Jackets - Samuri Samba / Blue hats / Time Squared

Bruce Hornsby - Greatest Radio Hits
Joe Satriani - Surfing with the Alien / Flying in a blue dream / Crystal Planet
Al Dimeola - Land of the Midnight sun
Herbie Hancork - Manchild / Thrust / Cantaloupe Island

I have some Elvis Costello, Robin Trower, Jay -Z (Black Album) and Aaron Hall on the way. Woot!

I am exchanging music with the soldiers. I'm getting into P.O.D., 311, Alien Ant farm, System of a Down, A perfect circle, Tool, Green Day, Audioslave, and Linkin Park.

I am trying to hook up some of the soldiers with a request for some classical music but I'm catching hell trying to learn about the stuff. I hooked them up with some Segovia and some Paco De Lucia but Paco is actually Flamenco.

Any suggestions on good Classical music?

I've tried to learn about Arabic music but Um...No.
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Old 01-26-2006, 10:01 PM   #1360
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Miles Davis Quintet -
Cannonball Adderly - Something Else
Charles Mingus - Ah Um / Blues and Roots / Changes 2
Wayne Shorter - Speak no evil
John Coltrane - A love supreme
Art Tatum - 20th Century piano genius
Yellow Jackets - Samuri Samba / Blue hats / Time Squared

Bruce Hornsby - Greatest Radio Hits
Joe Satriani - Surfing with the Alien / Flying in a blue dream / Crystal Planet
Al Dimeola - Land of the Midnight sun
Herbie Hancork - Manchild / Thrust / Cantaloupe Island

I have some Elvis Costello, Robin Trower, Jay -Z (Black Album) and Aaron Hall on the way. Woot!

I am exchanging music with the soldiers. I'm getting into P.O.D., 311, Alien Ant farm, System of a Down, A perfect circle, Tool, Green Day, Audioslave, and Linkin Park.

I am trying to hook up some of the soldiers with a request for some classical music but I'm catching hell trying to learn about the stuff. I hooked them up with some Segovia and some Paco De Lucia but Paco is actually Flamenco.

Any suggestions on good Classical music?

I've tried to learn about Arabic music but Um...No.

Good stuff there quiettiger.

Rodrigo is another good classical guitarist if you like Segovia.

If you are interested in avant-garde classical music, Philip Glass is interesting. He's not for everyone though.
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Old 01-26-2006, 10:19 PM   #1361
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best album I've heard in a long long time. These guys rock. If you like high-energy music, check it out.
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Old 01-26-2006, 11:21 PM   #1362
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Old 01-26-2006, 11:51 PM   #1363
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Great album. John Wayne Gacy, Chicago, and The Predatory Wasp are probably my favorite tracks.
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Old 01-27-2006, 01:24 AM   #1364
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That's on my to do list. No kidding.

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Old 01-27-2006, 01:44 AM   #1365
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Old 01-27-2006, 01:45 AM   #1366
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Old 01-27-2006, 02:00 AM   #1367
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Good stuff there quiettiger.

Rodrigo is another good classical guitarist if you like Segovia.

If you are interested in avant-garde classical music, Philip Glass is interesting. He's not for everyone though.
One of the jazz classics I picked up is Thelonius Monk with John Coltrane at Carnegie Hall. It was just discovered in 2005 hidden in the library of congress and represents some of the best jazz you'll ever hear. It was a 1957 live recording. Incredible stuff.

Thanks for the tip on Rodrigo.

I got a tip on Dhjanjo Rheinhard. I can't believe this guy was making this kind of guitar music back in the 30's. (John McLaughlin mentioned him as a source of inspiration.)

I love the Blues. Elmore James, Blind Willie Johnson, Robert Johnson, Howlin Wolf, Taj Mahal, Little Walter, Muddy Waters, B.B. King, Bo Diddly, Johnny Lee Hooker, and Mississippi John Hurt. (Some of Harmonica but mostly guitar)

I got a tip from the Orange Mane about Buddy Guy and I have not been disappointed. I have to start remembering names better to say thanks proper.
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Old 01-27-2006, 02:15 AM   #1368
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Django lost the use of two of his left hand fingers in a fire and he could still tear the guitar up.

A truly phenomenal player.
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Old 01-27-2006, 03:43 AM   #1369
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The Killers, ( Mr Brightside is aweome) Old U2 (out of control, Gloria,I will follow ect..) I saw them twice this year at the "new " Garden and they played a lot of their old school stuff that was unbelievable live (so thats been in the cd player )plus just bought their 2001 dvd U2 goes home at Slane Castle in Ireland.
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Old 01-27-2006, 02:32 PM   #1373
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I love the Blues. Elmore James, Blind Willie Johnson, Robert Johnson, Howlin Wolf, Taj Mahal, Little Walter, Muddy Waters, B.B. King, Bo Diddly, Johnny Lee Hooker, and Mississippi John Hurt. (Some of Harmonica but mostly guitar)

I got a tip from the Orange Mane about Buddy Guy and I have not been disappointed. I have to start remembering names better to say thanks proper.
Very good list of blues you have there.....if I may, I have a couple of recommendations for you that you can check out or not as you please.

I really like my blues as raw as unpolished as I can get it....that's just my personal preference mind you...I like lush arrangements and big backing bands as much as anyone, so I'm not saying it's bad or anything, just I tend to perfer minimalist backing when it comes to blues. So, I'd recommend the following to you off the cuff:

Hound Dog Taylor : either Hound Dog Taylor And The Houserockers or Natural Boogie...the live Beware Of The Dog is great as well, but I'd start with the first two before getting to that...just in case.
JB Hutto And The Hawks: Hawk Squat
R.L. Burnside: Too Bad Jim
Junior Kimbrough: All Night Long
Sonny Boy Williamson II: His Best

Based on the artists you listed above, you should have no problem at all with what I listed. I know Slap is deeply schooled in the blues, I'd go with anything he suggests as well.

Hope that helps.
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I brought it back and can't stop listening to it, Korn - Life is Peachy

Haven't listened to this CD in years, finally had "Kill you" stuck in my head so I busted it out of the CD collection and popped it in, then started listening to the entire CD and now it's just been in there for a week now.
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