MUSIC: What are you favourites?

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Postby Jimbo » Mon Dec 13, 2004 6:58 am

Yesterday whilst cleaning my apartment I had BKK's finest radio station blaring, the DJ was playing the kind of stuff Mach would groove to...Olivia Newton John singing Let's Get Physical, Sammy Davis Jr. singing The Candy Man, The Partrage(sp?) Family, Billy Joel, Hellen Ready signing I Am Woman! I finally lost it when the DJ played the song, Love Me Love My Dog. I grabbed the first music CD I could find, which turned out to be Hot Rats by Frank Zappa, a decent departure from BKK's airwaves....
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Postby DawnC71 » Mon Dec 13, 2004 8:38 am

Hey boys and girls! Now you probably already know all about President Bush's awesome Palm Helper, but did you know that your Commander in Chief is so hip and cool, He even has His very own iPod? It's true! Just check out His rocking new über-Patriotic playlist for 2005!

We Are the Champions – Queen [listen]
I Drink Alone – George Thorogood [listen]
White Christmas – Bing Crosby [listen]
Working 9 to 5 – Dolly Parton [listen]
Rapture – Blondie [listen]
Dallas Theme – Television's Greatest Hits [listen]
Killing an Arab – The Cure [listen]
Daddy is a Yale Man – Yale Whiffenpoofs
The Winner Takes it All – ABBA [listen]
Dixie (Dance Mix) – Daughters of the American Revolution [listen]
Hot for Teacher – Van Halen [listen]
Tequila Sunrise – Eagles [listen]
Danger Zone – Kenny Loggins [listen]
Nookie – Limp Bizkit [listen]
Rock the Casbah – The Clash [listen]
Macho Man (12" Version) – Village People [listen]
The South's Gonna Do It Again – Charlie Daniels Band [listen]
Killing in the Name – Rage Against the Machine [listen]
Cocaine – Eric Clapton [listen]
Why Don't We Get Drunk (And Screw) – Jimmy Buffet [listen]
Reign in Blood – Slayer [listen]
Jesus Hold My Hand – John Ashcroft
Like a Rock – Bob Seger [listen]
Take the Money and Run – Steve Miller Band [listen]
U.S. Male – Wayne Newton [listen]
Rhinestone Cowboy – Glen Campbell [listen]
Breaking the Habit – Linkin Park [listen]
Battle Hymn of the Republic – Augusta National Barbershop Quartet [listen]
Fortunate Son – Credence Clearwater Revival [listen]
Don't Drink That Wine – NWA [listen]
I Want Action – Poison [listen]
America – Lee Greenwood [listen]
Ride of the Valkyries – Richard Wagner [listen]
Jesus Freak – DC Talk [listen]
Cocaine Blues – Johnny Cash [listen]
Killing Is My Business... And Business Is Good! – Megadeth [listen]
Father and Son – Cat Stevens [listen]
The Dukes of Hazzard – Waylon Jennings [listen]
I'm a Greedy Man – James Brown [listen]
Hang on to Your Ego – Beach Boys [listen]
Dead Bodies Everywhere – Korn [listen]
Long Distance Drunk – Modest Mouse [listen]
Tube Snake Boogie – ZZ Top [listen]
Old Mother Reagan – Violent Femmes [listen]
Personal Jesus – Depeche Mode [listen]
The Final Countdown – Europe [listen]
Spank My Booty – Lords of Acid [listen]
Bombs Over Baghdad – Outkast [listen]
The Grand Illusion – Styx [listen]
William Tell Overture – Classical Music's Greatest Hits [listen]
Master of Puppets – Metallica [listen]
To Hell With the Devil – Stryper [listen]
The Nigga Ya Love To Hate – Ice Cube [listen]
Bales of Cocaine – Reverend Horton Heat [listen]
White Rabit – Jefferson Airplane [listen]
Dazed and Confused – Led Zeppelin [listen]
Speedy Gonzales – Pat Boone [listen]
Right Wing Pigeons – Dead Milkmen [listen]
Out for Blood – GG Allin [listen]
What a Fool Believes – Doobie Brothers [listen]
Fuck Foreigners in There [sic.] Dirty Unwiped Asses – Toby Keith [listen]
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Postby Texas Carnie Roadshow » Mon Dec 13, 2004 12:19 pm

Current Playlist
1111 Items Estimated Time: 73:21:42 / 26.24 GB

Album Artists -
ABK
Adema
Anti-Flag
Blaze Ya Dead Homie
Blink 182
The Bloodhound Gang
CKY
Counting Crows
Dark Lotus
Disturbed
Eels
Eminen
Fuel
Genesis
Godsmack
Goldfinger
Gorillaz
Gravity Kills
Insane Clown Posse
Kid Rock
KMFDM
Korn
Linkin Park
Marilyn Manson
Metallica
Nine inch Nails
NOFX
Orignal Soundtrack - Fooly Cooly vol. 1: Addict
Original Soundtrack - Snatch
Pan Zastor
Phil Collins
Phonetica
Poets of the Fall
Pop Will Eat Itself
Psychopathic Rydas
Rage Against the Machine
Rammstein
Rob Zombie
A bunch of drunken Scotsmen? (no known band name)
Seattle Symphony Orcheastra
Sevendust
Smoking Popes
SR-71
Stabbing Westward
Sublime
System of a Down
Twiztid
Various Artists - 36 Items
The Verve Pipe
Violent Femmes
Yellowcard
Zug Izland


More will be added I'm sure.
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Postby seeker » Tue Dec 14, 2004 10:08 pm

here's a contribution to the list - a top twelve spins of the last month - no order:

~Butthole Surfers - Locust Abortion Technician / Hairway To Steven (www.buttholesurfers.com)

~Sun Ra - Interstellar Low Ways

~Low - Secret Name (www.chairkickers.com)

~Molasses - Trilogie (www.alien8.com)

~ T Rex - The Slider (ya jus' gotta know Bowie stole all his gold from Marc Bolan)

~Swearing At Motorists - Number Seven Uptown (www.secretlycanadian.com)

~The Byrds - Sweetheart of the Rodeo

~Dirty Three - S/T (www.touchandgo.cm)

~Les Savy Fav - s/t

~Bastro - Sing the Troubled Beast

~Velvet Underground - Peel Slowly And See (Boxed Set, Disc 1-outakes)

~Trans Am - Surrender to The Night

bonus 5:

~The Cure - 3 Imaginary Boys rerelease (deluxe edition w/ extra trax/demos) (wwwthecure.com) - nice collection!!

~Melvins - Gluey Porch Treatments / Ozma (www.melvins.com) - so syrup heavy I ctry when I hear it.

~Jesus Lizard/Scratch Acid - anything

~Mule - s/t (1/4 Stick)

~Black Mountaintops (formerly Jerk With a Bomb) - Black Mountaintops (www.scratchrecords.com)

and another one because I said so - I guess that makes 17. hmm:

~The Flaming Lips - In a Priest Driven Ambulance / Transmissions From The Satellite Heart (www.theflaminglips.com)


all are very disparate sounding bands - but I have a feeling people on this here board would, uh, "dig 'em, man"

Post Script: if Cream does a reunion tour to North Amerika, I would 100% go and see it - I love The Cream - Jack Bruce (sorely underrated and consumate songwriter of that group) and Ginger Baker - not to mention Eric Clapton's best work - save for one song on the Blind Faith rekkid and some stuff w/ the Yardbirds - then he went all "adult contempo" on us all.

Obscure additions:

Engine Kid - awesome group - C/Z records, 1991
Atomic 61 - Heatworm - Box Dog Records 1991
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Postby Sweet_M16 » Wed Dec 15, 2004 12:33 am

Hola Black Flaggers,

Heres what I'm listening to today:

Swans -Greed/Holy Money
The Residents -Commercial album
Mercyful Fate -9
King Diamond -The Graveyard
Slayer -South of Heaven
Birthday Party -Greatest Hits

Ahhh, its good to be back. I started a new job, and had not the time to be in the BFC, but I was involved in a freak auto accident a few days ago, so I'll be spending some good, quality time here again while I recuperate. Maybe I'll start a new topic...
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Postby grimace » Wed Dec 15, 2004 2:49 pm

SEEKER: Sun-Ra is baddass!!!!!

what a crazy fucker. runs a tight ship though. his musicians stayed on for their whole careers.
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Postby Stiv » Wed Dec 15, 2004 2:52 pm

Sun Ra died a few years ago, but some of the members still play together under the name.

Regards,
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Postby Jimbo » Thu Dec 16, 2004 7:54 am

I had a couple of opportunites to see Sun Ra in concert, which I did not take advantage of unfortunately. I've given up on BKK radio, except for BBC news-so it's back to CDs & MP3s-some current tunes I'm listening to...

Bitches Brew-Miles Davis
Discipline-King Crimson
Mahavishnu Orchestra
Yo Yo Ma
Exile on Main Street-Stones
X-More Fun in the New World
Keith Jarrett
The Ramones
James Brown
Lou Reed/Velvet Underground
Charles Mingus
Robert Johnson-Complete Recordings

I'd like to get some music from the 5,6,7,8's-but I can't find any of their CDs in BKK...unfortunately
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Postby Medevac » Sat Dec 18, 2004 3:38 am

I just downloaded a couple of nighwish songs (purely trial basis only, I swear) - WOW!
It's Rammstein meets Loreena McKennit - I've got to get some albums, great recommendation.
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Postby svizzerams » Sat Dec 18, 2004 5:04 pm

Medevac wrote:I just downloaded a couple of nighwish songs (purely trial basis only, I swear) - WOW!
It's Rammstein meets Loreena McKennit - I've got to get some albums, great recommendation.


Nightwish is Awesome!!!!!

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Postby svizzerams » Sat Dec 18, 2004 7:41 pm

Today at work I have my iPod on shuffle...I have about 6300 songs on mine - so it is everything from Gypsy Kings to Basia to Sibelius. I highly recommend getting speakers for the iPod.

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Postby seeker » Sat Dec 18, 2004 9:03 pm

peoples - just got a pile of new records to review and there is this band called Black Mountain from Vancouver/Victoria...

lazily described, it's like Black Heart Procession with Blue Cheer meets old Neil Young, the Band, and early Trans Am, and Can - with VU for good measure.

- 4 of the 5 members work on the frontlines of the lovely Vancouver mental health battle (ie: crystal and smack) - but this is one freaking beautiful record.

other members played in Radio Berlin, Blood Meridian, Jerk With a Bomb/Gus/Seed. please trust me - you'll love this thing.

Scratch Records released it.

The alter ego of this band - Pink Mountaintops - is also amazing.

Truly a topper.


re: Sun Ra - Jon Szwed's 'Space Is the Place' is a great read on the man from Birmingham, Alabama...

finally - on another books and music note: Mike Ruffino from the sadly defunct but genius Unband (TVT Records) has written a book about their tenure and road tours with Dio, Nashville Pussy, Def Leppard, etc. - it's called 'Gentlemanly Response'. It's a must read.
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Postby Sri Lanky » Sat Dec 18, 2004 11:19 pm

Nothing beats the Melvins for the sound of finallity....every song sounds like the end of everything.
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Postby SRR » Sun Dec 19, 2004 7:13 pm

A good excuse to pull out some minimal compositions:

John Zorn's Redbird, as I mentioned

John Wall's Alterstill, one of the most astounding tape-splicing compositions ever created(inspired by Max Ernst)

Benard Gunter's collaboration with Ralf Wehowsky - 3 mini-CDs with three 20 minute pieces each.

The compilation "Night Passage: De-mixed", you'd never know what Bernard Gunter was up to unless you have seriously good subwoofers

Brian Lustmord's collaboration with Robert Rich, "Stalker", that stands out as one of the best minimal/ambient albums of all time

Just to mix it up a little, Frank Bretschneider's album Curve - some of the most innovative music from the minimal techno scene

And to finish it all off, the composition by Morton Feldman in honour of Philip Guston. Not a piece for the impatient - At four hours, eight minutes, and sixteen seconds(as performed by the California EAR unit). Four CDs. And this is one of Morton Feldman's 'shorter' compositions from his later life.

That's a good day of music.
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Postby britneyfan97 » Mon Dec 20, 2004 4:44 pm

My Archos 40Gig just passed away... it survived Iraq, but just couldnt readjust to life at home i guess.
unfortunately i was unable to retrieve any of the songs contained on it.

services will be held shortly.
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