MUSIC: What are you favourites?

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Postby mach1 » Sat Dec 04, 2004 3:24 am

like say this song

whats the writer trying to say?

a lonely moon type question

I think if you feel like you have been lied to all your life
or just lied to in general

or have been breathing stulyfied air for too long

feel like you have been trying to breathe underwater


holding your breath..

you may end up coming up singing this song at the top of your lungs..


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The Logical Song
Supertramp


When I was young
It seemed that life was so wonderful
A miracle, oh it was beautiful, magical
And all the birds in the trees
They'd be singing so happily joyfully
Oh, playfully watching me
But then they send me away
To teach me how to be sensible, logical
Or responsible, practical
And they showed me a world
Where I could be so dependable
Or clinical, or intellectual, cynical

There are times when all the world's asleep
The questions run too deep for such a simple man
Won't you please, please tell me what we've learned
I know it sounds absurd but please tell me who I am

I said, now watch what you say
They'll be calling you a radical
Liberal, fanatical, criminal
Won't you sign up your name
We'd like to feel you're acceptable
Respectable, or presentable, or a vegetable

---- Instrumental Interlude ----

At night, when all the world's asleep
The questions run so deep
For such a simple man
Won't you please
Please tell me what we've learned
I know it sounds absurd
Please tell me who I am

Who I am
Who I am
Who I am


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that last line bespeaks of a plaintive cry that is at once
a touchstone and hallmark of the agony and the exctasy
of youth

and yet a siren like serenade at the midnight hour
of all the glorious trappings of responsibility that rest
firmly on the shoulders of adulthood; irremovable

implacable

he wants to squueze all the zest out of life, like the way you squueezze
a lemon until the pips squeek

unencumbered; free at last, to think, to dream, to live

what do you think? right? right! (quite right!) you got a bloody right
to say-y
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Postby SRR » Sat Dec 04, 2004 4:10 pm

Well aside from allaying my strange morbid fascination with Peter Frampton (which I am now over) I got to listening to my Bernhard Gùnter collection just before departing. After 6 years, I'm slowly starting to appreciate it.

Also can't stop listening to Ryuji Ikeda's +/- album. Some amazing minimalist audio experiments there. I'll probably pick up some more of his stuff when I get the chance.
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Postby Texas Carnie Roadshow » Sat Dec 04, 2004 9:53 pm

Last night I think I fell asleep to the wonderful words of Zug Izland and Adema.

Just about anything on Psychopathic Records
KMFDM
and lots of other things.
I miss Sister Machine Gun.

And if you think a strange Peter Frampton fixation is strange, you should look at people's faces when they see my playlist working it's way through Sevendust, followed by NOFX, then Phil Collins just comes out of left field, and then some ICP.
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Postby Sri Lanky » Sat Dec 04, 2004 10:41 pm

For the ultimate Goth/industrial/metal--try GODFLESH.

Stiv,Pigs of the Roman Empire is awesome.....what would you recommend as far as the Fantomas go?
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Postby mach1 » Sun Dec 05, 2004 12:06 am

Book Release Celebration for The Art of Modern Rock: The Poster Explosion by Paul Grushkin
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Join Chronicle Books and Green Apple at Thee Parkside to celebrate the release of The Art of Modern Rock: The Poster Explosion by Paul Grushkin, Dennis King and over 350 artists worldwide!

Thee Parkside is located at 1600 - 17th street (at Wisconsin) in San Francisco

This free, open to the public event will be held on Wed. December 8th from 7pm-11pm and will feature a rare opportunity to meet many of the artists represented in Chronicle's landmark publication, The Art of Modern Rock. This masterpiece collects thousands of rock-art posters spanning the last 15 years, including work from Frank Kozik, Chuck Sperry and Ron Donovan of Firehouse Productions and hundreds of talented others.
Copies of The Art of Modern Rock will be available for purchase on-site, and the artists will be signing through the night. Work will be on display throughout the venue, and San Francisco's legendary surf band The Mermen will play a free set beginning at 10pm.

Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to meet the artists that have defined a generation, to get a unique signed copy for yourself, and to pick-up autographed copies for the special folks on your Christmas list.
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Postby Stiv » Mon Dec 06, 2004 1:27 pm

Honestly Sri I would have to dig through my collection, but off the top of my head the Melvins/Phantomas colaborative effort comes to mind.....very strange stuff, songs like "Good morning slaves" you know stuff to hum along to while bathing your pet.

http://www.southern.net/southern/band/FANML/IPC19.html

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Postby Lotus7Productions » Mon Dec 06, 2004 8:59 pm

Lemme see here...

I dig anything that makes me groove, anything with a solid beat. Or anything that takes my mind of off whatever I should be doing. It also depends on what mood I need to be in for what I'm doing next.

Going to bed?

Aimee Mann
Muddy Waters
Amanda Ghost
Beethoven
Bach
Any opera
Arlo Guthrie
BT
George Baker

Doin Homework?
Aphrodite
Aphex Twin
Paul Van Dyke
Sasha
Digweed
Infected Mushroom
Moby
Rachmaninoff
Carl Orff
Timo Mass
Vivaldi
Yahel

Getting ready for rugby?
Killswitch Engage
Avenged Sevenfold
Pinhead Circus
Gob
Guttermouth
System of a Down
Iron Maiden
The Doors
Black Sabbath
CKY
Jack Off Jill
H-I-M

Cravin a beat?
Eminem
Common
Dilate Peoples
Lauryn Hill
Talib Kwali
Mos Def
De Las Soul
J5
Chemical Brothers
Beatnuts

I dig lots of stuff.

Song of the day - "Get Yourself High" Chemical Brothers
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Postby Texas Carnie Roadshow » Mon Dec 06, 2004 9:34 pm

Last few days I've just been keeping my playlist around ICP's "Bizaar/Bizzar" double album, Psychopaths From Outerspace vol 2, and Dark Lotus's "Black Rain."

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Postby mrscrapps » Tue Dec 07, 2004 10:00 am

for me
Alkaline trio
Nerf Herder
Goldfinger
Suicide Machines
Linkin Park
Ozzy
and of course
Hi Hi Puffy Amiyumi
"Thats something an idiot would have on his luggage."
Thats Mr. Scrapps to you.
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Postby kilroy » Tue Dec 07, 2004 10:03 am

i hate icp. if i could erase one band off the face of the planet, it would be them. but that's just me.
when they ask how you feeling
you tell em you feeling like something important died screaming
you tell em you feeling like something even more important arrived breathing
something you should probably try feeding
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Postby Medevac » Tue Dec 07, 2004 10:56 am

Right now I'm listening to Alter Bridge. Creed dumped that weenie Scott Stapp and got another singer - huge improvement.

Other stuff on my Ipod:
Jack Johnson
Guster
Breaking Benjamin
Disturbed
Dogs die in hot cars
The Faint
Guano Apes
Jestofunk
Lost Prophets
Neil Young
Oleander
Bad Religion
The Shins
etc...
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Postby Skirita » Tue Dec 07, 2004 2:57 pm

The Faint is a cool band. They remind me of a cross between Trans Am and every 80's pop band, with an extremely subtle metal influence that surfaces in the guitarwork.

Playlist has shifted this week towards soundscapes and "world music":

The Faint
The Cure (am I happy? am I depressed? or am I just nostalgic for that gorgeous goth girl I used to date?)
Elend (imagine a more sinister Dead Can Dance)
Trial of the Bow (all instrumental ala DCD)
V/A Gregorian Chant
V/A Buddhist Chant (what can I say, I like this shit)
Godspeed You Black Emperor (the name is so misleading it must have been deliberate... this is basically an expiramental orchestra... not the least bit "heavy")
Ion Dissonance (ok, this is still angry baby-eating music... gotta have at least one)
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Postby Moosehead » Wed Dec 08, 2004 6:30 am

Best album in a long fucking time:

Pride and Glory: Zakk Wylde

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Postby mach1 » Wed Dec 08, 2004 12:14 pm

I think Im going to check this out. Check.

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Trans-Siberian Orchestra is an elaborate charade produced by Paul O'Neill. The third disc in its Christmas trilogy is "The Lost Christmas Eve," and if you've ever wondered how it would sound to cross easy-listening ambience with guitar-heavy '70s album rock, look no further than this lengthy story-album. It often sounds like Meatloaf, but sometimes there's an Enya-like woman or a boys' choir, as on the lovely "Remember." It also comes in a trilogy package plus a DVD.

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Postby DawnC71 » Mon Dec 13, 2004 6:01 am

Just got the new Linkin park/Jay-Z "Collision Course CD. It rocks for only having like 4 songs on it. I did not like Linkin park before but this is a different use of their music so it is bearable.

I have been listening to Norah Jones
Alicia Keys
Busta Rhymes
DMX
Fugees (old stuff from "Nappy Heads" and "The Score")
The Black eyed peas
Hapa (Hawaiian Music)
Bruddah IZ (Hawaiian Music)
Celia Cruz (alot of remixes of her music are coming out plus I am into all her music anyways)
Ibrahim Ferrer (of Buena Vista Social Club fame)
Alien Ant Farm
Yellowcard
Rascal Flatts (a kind of bluegrassy, country, soul mix..interesting)
Bela Fleck and the Flecktones
The Dead Milkmen
Jello Biafra (spoken word albums)
U2 (but not their newest album...just their old stuff)
2Pac
Coldplay
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