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  • #46
    In the CD player right as of this moment:

    Scorpions: Greatest Hits
    Type O Negative: Life Is Killing Me
    Marilyn Manson: The Golden Age Of Grotesque
    Ozzy Osbourne: The Ozzman Cometh
    Pantera: Vulgar Display of Power

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    • #47
      Originally posted by Maximus
      The first time I listened to Bitches Brew I got scared... :-) .
      You know, it's saying something when a jazz CD can conjure more frightening power than any death metal I've ever heard..."Bitches Brew" is one of the most intense and polarizing recordings I know of...it really destroys anything it comes up against...I know a lot of people hate that record for one reason or another but I've always dug it...then again, I like free jazz and was a huge no wave fan as well and I've never ran into another soul that likes any of that stuff (which if you're not into it, it can clear a room of people in record time ).

      Try Marcus Millers New One... That reminds me I have to get that one back from my friends at the Sound Concept.
      Will do Max, thanks for the tip.

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      • #48
        Chevelle
        Metallica -St. Anger
        Sevendust-Seasons
        Metallica-Garage Inc (disk 1)
        Metallica-Garage Inc (disk 2)
        Rage against the Machine-Rage against the Machine
        System of a down-Toxicity
        Korn-Take a look in the Mirror

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        • #49
          Great choices, bm. I have a lot of those myself.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by mtbrncofnĀ®
            Great choices, bm. I have a lot of those myself.

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            • #51
              Dave Weckle (Live and very plugged in) (I'm on a jazz kick too Hogan! )
              Miles Davis (Kind of Blue)
              NWA 100miles and runnin
              nina simone (Her finest hr)
              Velvet Underground

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              • #52
                "Kind Of Blue"....man, whatta classic that is.

                You ever hear Bill Evans "Waltz For Debby"? I love that CD.

                Checked out some classic Steely Dan from the boxset today as well as some early Grand Funk Railroad (love the self-titled red album).

                Amesj...when you say "Velvet Underground" are you talkin' the self-titled album or what??

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                • #53
                  Davis Fans... the world is still good! You guys made pull out my stuff tonight... Miles Davis Marathon!

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                  • #54
                    Any Jean Luc Ponty fans out there?

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                    • #55
                      Fear the Brew
                      Attached Files

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                      • #56
                        hogan, yes the self titled one...

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by amesj523
                          hogan, yes the self titled one...
                          What a great album...nice quiet relaxing cool....

                          Used to jam forever on "What Goes On"...."Some KInda Love" & "I'm Set Free" were also my faves off that cd....great choice.

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                          • #58
                            You ever hear Bill Evans "Waltz For Debby"?

                            no i have not


                            The song that did it for me with the underground hogan was "heroin" - because of how mo's drums sound like a heartbeat...then they just stop...

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by amesj523
                              You ever hear Bill Evans "Waltz For Debby"?

                              no i have not


                              The song that did it for me with the underground hogan was "heroin" - because of how mo's drums sound like a heartbeat...then they just stop...
                              Bill Evans was a great piano jazz player...the Waltz CD is a jazz classic.

                              "Heroin" is an amazing tune...Mo playing her drums on their side...I've seen pics of her set and still can't believe she played like that. The song deserves it's hype, no doubt...I love how it starts with that great great lick.

                              The song from VU & Nico that I never was thrilled with was "Venus In Furs"...never was a fan of "The Black Angel's Death Song" either...always thought both were way overrated.

                              Do you have the Velvets Boxset?

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                              • #60
                                I cant take out the new CD "About A Burning Fire" from a Swedish hardcore band named Blindside.

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