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    What are some of ure cds u have in ure stereo and car right now....mine are

    Home stereo-
    Twista- Kamikaze
    Makavelli (2pac)- 7 day theory
    A mic cd
    Murphy Lee- Murphys Law
    Graveyard Shift- Still waters
    Krayzie Bone- THug on da line
    Dead Prez- Get free or die tryin
    Jay Z- The black album

    Car stereo-
    A mix (in the player, rest are what i usually listen to)
    Bizzy Bone- The gift
    Cap-one- tHeory of life
    Cap-one- Through the eyes of a don
    DSGB- Til Death do us part (pastor troys group)
    Bone thugs n harmony_ Thug world order

    Bathroom player-
    L Burna- THug by Nature

    for me my car stereo is the highest honor, because thats where i lsiten to most of my music. My room stereo i listen to alot but not as much as my car one.

  • #2
    Well, lessee...This weeks playlist has been like this:

    Maxeen....."Maxeen"
    The Swamp Rats ..."Disco Still Sucks"
    The Rhinos...."Year Of The Rhinos"
    The Doors...."Boot Yer Butt"
    Chris Whitley..... "Live at Martyrs' "
    Link Wray......"Barbed Wire"
    Teenage Fanclub..."Songs From Northern Britian"
    The Pietasters..."Willis"

    Plus I've been working on making up a compilation of local legend Armand Schaubroeck's work for myself as well as burning a copy of Dreams So Real's first album "Fathers House" which has criminally never appeared on CD.

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    • #3
      I've been playing my Dire Straits mp3's all week. God there is nothing like soothing licks to set the tone for the week. Mark Knopfler is a master. I sure can appreciate a good guitarist without getting to the point of saying "I could do that" or attempting to learn the technique. I guess I'm just a music appreciater rather than creator...

      I love the self-titled album, "Communique", "Making Movies" so much.
      I have them on Mp3 so, I always end up listening to all of them back-to-back.
      I've been really digging the work of Ottomar Liebert lately as well... good stuff.

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      • #4
        At home:
        1. Sam Cooke - The Best of Sam Cooke
        2. Jackie Wilson - The Very Best of Jackie Wilson
        3. Bowling For Soup - Drunk Enough To Dance

        In the car:
        1. Bob Seger - Bob Seger's Greatest Hits Vol 2

        At work:
        1. I've pretty much got Brand New's single "Sic Transit Gloria" on constant repeat through Yahoo. I'll probably go buy the CD this week. I've also been listening to T.I.'s "Rubberband Man" though not as much as the other. Dig the single but probably won't throw my money at the CD.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by TheNextStep
          I've also been listening to T.I.'s "Rubberband Man" though not as much as the other. Dig the single but probably won't throw my money at the CD.
          its an alright cd. nothing that special but that song is good

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          • #6
            Home: Pink Floyd - Animals; Johnny Cash - Unearthed, Tribe Called Quest - Low End theory; Doors - Absolutley live; Down - Down II (a bustle in your hedgerow)

            Car: Corrosion of Conformity - Deliverance, Primus - Suck on this, Cream - Wheels of fire - u2 the joshua tree -

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            • #7
              Michael Landau--"Tales from the Bulge"

              Karizma--"Forever in the Arms of Love"

              Carl Verheyen--"Garage Sale"

              Tribal Tech--"Reality Check"

              John Coltrane--Giant Steps

              Miles Davis--E.S.P.

              Led Zeppelin--Houses of the Holy

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              • #8
                "The Essential Leonard Cohen"

                "Love and Theft" Bob Dylan

                "All Things Must Pass" George Harrison

                "Buffalo Springfield Again"

                "The Armadillo and the Ant" Leo Kotke

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                • #9
                  Wow LABF..I'm impressed! Coltrane and Miles...you just don't run into too many jazzbeards these days......Kudos to you sir! I also love ESP..great offering from the immortal Miles.

                  Ro...I don't run across many Leonard Cohen fans either...He's a very interesting guy IMO.

                  I wish they would come up with a definitive George Harrison career collection...ATMP is a classic no doubt, but I can get along without half of it's material and much of the Dark Horse catalog has sadly gone out of print (even though many were hit and miss affairs, when a single stuck..it stuck).

                  and Buffalo Springfield...tragically overlooked these days...if anyone reading this doesn't know them, you should...get their three cd's ASAP...you won't be disappointed, that's a guarentee.

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                  • #10
                    Picked up some new stuff...

                    Robert Randolph & The Family Band - "Unclassified"
                    --I've been wearing this one out and recommending it to everyone I know. Great, great, great album. The guy is a pedal steel guitar player and he's just straight up off the hook! Most steel players that I've heard have been in the country genre (yes, I like country music) and I had no idea that this kind of sound could even be done on that instrument. Its a blues/funk vibe; all of it very positive and the majority of it up-tempo. A very fun record to listen to. If you watched the Grammys, Robert Randolph & The Family Band were the guys sandwiched in between Outkast and Parliament Funkadelic... and blew them off the stage.

                    Liz Phair - Liz Phair
                    --Decent album with lots of easy hooks. After years of toiling on that edge of "critical darling" I guess this is her "make money record" (as Blues Traveller did with "Four" or Spin Doctors did with "Pocket Full Of Kryponite"). If you dig Phair a whole lot, you'll be disappointed. If you like accessible rock, its not bad (and "Why Can't I" is a great single). I don't recommend it nearly as heartily as I do Robert Randolph.

                    Brand New - Deja Entendu
                    -- "Sic Transit Gloria" is an absolutely killer single... and the rest of the record is pretty much nothing at all like it. Its alright... but certainly not what I expected.
                    Last edited by TheNextStep; 02-19-2004, 02:01 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Incubus, POD, A Perfect Circle

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by TheNextStep
                        Liz Phair - Liz Phair
                        --Decent album with lots of easy hooks. After years of toiling on that edge of "critical darling" I guess this is her "make money record" (as Blues Traveller did with "Four" or Spin Doctors did with "Pocket Full Of Kryponite"). If you dig Phair a whole lot, you'll be disappointed. If you like accessible rock, its not bad (and "Why Can't I" is a great single). I don't recommend it nearly as heartily as I do Robert Randolph.
                        I panned this cd as one of the worst of 2003.

                        Perhaps I was a bit harsh in that assesment...but I have been into Phair since "Guyville" and this just sounded like Avril Lavigne to me (who it can be argued is a third rate Phair imtation herself)....so I was greatly disappointed with this one....I guess she just needed the cash.

                        The cover photos however and the "Why Can't I" video are not to be missed by any red blooded US male....

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                        • #13
                          Every TOOL CD(every one makes a rotation at least once a week)
                          Spineshank - Self-Destructive Pattern
                          I'm ready to get drilled by RHogan for saying this but...Limp Bizkit - results may very
                          and Korn- take a look inot the mirror

                          Just curious, but has anyone else been digging The Darkness? I'm about to go and get their Permission to Land CD, they come to town on March 30th and the damn thing is already sold out, bout to go on ebay to try and get some tickets.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by DenFan38
                            Every TOOL CD(every one makes a rotation at least once a week)
                            Spineshank - Self-Destructive Pattern
                            I'm ready to get drilled by RHogan for saying this but...Limp Bizkit - results may very
                            and Korn- take a look inot the mirror

                            Just curious, but has anyone else been digging The Darkness? I'm about to go and get their Permission to Land CD, they come to town on March 30th and the damn thing is already sold out, bout to go on ebay to try and get some tickets.
                            I won't drill you for Limp Bizkit (this time) Den...but I will drill you for The Darkness...that band totally sucks. That vocalist can shatter glass with that ultragay falsetto and the whole thing smacks as a retro to the very worst of the 70's excess....and I haven't even mentioned that video of theirs yet...that thing isn't even funny...it's just plain bad.

                            Trust me, go with Jet instead if you want that kinda thing...hey, would your VP ever steer you wrong??

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                            • #15
                              Jet does sound very cool, heard that cold hard bitch song the other day, makings of a good one to my ears.

                              But I have to disagree on the Darkness, these guys just kick ass. It's funny yet serious type stuff, retro rock that brings back the arena style 80's hair bands. Maybe I'm just living in the past, but I just always digged the 80's rock with bands like whitesake, twisted sister, the scorpions, and Poison. I laugh everytime I see that video, nothing like a giant crab throwing a boulder and a giant squid trying to attack the band to get people to notice.

                              I don't really like Limp Bizkit much, I just got their CD because I heard Eat you Alive and figured that maybe the whole CD would be like that song since they got a new guitarist, but I was really dissapointed, so dissapointed that I almost wanted Wes back on guitars for me(I just didn't like that guy at all.)

                              Oh well, hopefully in a few years or so you'll hear about this band from Cleveland with a guy on drums that looks awefully like DF38, we'll right the Rock ship.

                              I've been digging Evanescence also, as crazy as that sounds.

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