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PrincessKate
Lynard Skynard - Free Bird
Sir_Robin_the_brave
Shifter - Flipside
sweetbutinsane
My Chemical Romance - Ghost Of You
maian
The Delays-Valentine
Llama
Blues Explosion - She Said.

Ahhhh, werewolves.
Sir_Robin_the_brave
Ruff Driverz - Don't Stop
theevilresident101
Franz Ferdinand - Van Tango
theevilresident101
Arse. Double post.

Supermassive Black Hole - Muse
Sir_Robin_the_brave
Joy Division - Transmission
Lazlo Woodbine
Soulwax - Compute
sweetbutinsane
Angels and Airwaves - The Adventure
Nonus Aequilibrium
My Dying Bride - L'Amour Detruit
Crutch
QUOTE (theevilresident101 @ Nov 11 2006, 12:27 PM)
Supermassive Black Hole - Muse
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Yay!

QUOTE (Sir_Robin_the_brave @ Nov 11 2006, 01:29 PM)
Joy Division - Transmission
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Yay! Yay!

QUOTE (Lazlo Woodbine @ Nov 11 2006, 07:15 PM)
Soulwax - Compute
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Tripple Yay!


Rancid - Time bomb
Nonus Aequilibrium
Dark Tranquillity - Lost To Apathy
Baz
Billy Talent - Billy Talent II.

Can't stop listeing to it, it's too good. wink.gif
Jon 79
The Kinks - The ultimate collection. (Lola right now.)
mcraigclark
Depeche Mode- Waiting for the Night

Ahh, 1990.
Lazlo Woodbine
QUOTE (Crutch @ Nov 11 2006, 11:36 PM)
Tripple Yay!
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I really like the album. Cheers for propelling me to buy it.


Against Me! - Unprotected Sex With Multiple Partners
sweetbutinsane
No Doubt - Making Out
sweetbutinsane
Sorry for the double post but:

Vanessa Paradis - True Colours

Wow. Incredible. Even better than Cyndi Lauper, and I thought Cyndi was great at singing that song.
Baz
Children of Bodom - Chaos Ridden Years
Lazlo Woodbine
Aimee Mann - Stupid Thing
sleeping_pirate
Ron Sexsmith- One Grey Morning
mcraigclark
Ben Folds Five- Brick

Love this song.
Lazlo Woodbine
QUOTE (mcraigclark @ Nov 13 2006, 06:06 PM)
Ben Folds Five- Brick

Love this song.
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You are truely a man of taste.
mcraigclark
QUOTE (Lazlo Woodbine @ Nov 13 2006, 04:13 PM)
You are truely a man of taste.
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Thanks for that!
Gimp
Jarvis by Jarvis Cocker. Or possibly The Jarvis Cocker Record by Jarvis. I'm not entirely sure at this point.

I like it so far, but more listens are necessary.
mcraigclark
Guster- I Spy


And now, Ned's Atomic Dustbin- Cut Up

Thank you, iTunes.
sleeping_pirate
My Morning Jacket- Off The Record
ipse dixit
The Cinematic Orchestra - All That You Give
Sir_Robin_the_brave
^ A very good choice.

Thomas Bangalter - Mon Manège à Moi

I like a bit of French electronica.
Hobbes
14th Street - Rufus Wainwright.

His stuff seems to vary between the sublime and the rubbish.
maian
QUOTE (Hobbes @ Nov 14 2006, 08:41 PM)
14th Street - Rufus Wainwright.

His stuff seems to vary between the sublime and the rubbish.
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I don't know whether to agree or disagree, which is a bit unusual for me.

Oh, and I'm listening to:

A Knife For The Girls-The Long Blondes
Hobbes
QUOTE (maian @ Nov 14 2006, 08:48 PM)
I don't know whether to agree or disagree, which is a bit unusual for me.
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Care to elaborate?

Brian Wilson - Barenaked Ladies.

Talented bastards.
Sean of the Dead
99p Challenge Series 3, episode 1.

"I was on heartbeat once!"

Hahahahaha, brilliant.
maian
QUOTE (Hobbes @ Nov 14 2006, 08:55 PM)
Care to elaborate?
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Certainly. I love pretty much all of Rufus' work to date, but I do find sometimes that his songs don't quite match up to my expectations of them, especially if I haven't listened to them in a while. I'll stick on one of his albums remembering them as being fantastic but tend to feel a bit disappointed afterwards. I can't think of any specific songs, just a general sense of disappointment that has appeared when I've listened to his records recently. That's only with his first two albums, though. I could listen to either of the Want albums for eternity and still find them as fantastic as the first day I heard them.

It may also be due to the fact that other singer-songwriters have begun to eclipse Rufus in recent months, though I can always return to his records and find them entertaining.

Anyway, that was my line of thinking, more or less.

Now listening to:

The Sleepy Jackson-God Lead Your Soul

The Australian Beach Boys, apparently.
Lazlo Woodbine
Sparklehorse - Shade and Honey
maian
QUOTE (Lazlo Woodbine @ Nov 14 2006, 09:13 PM)
Sparklehorse - Shade and Honey
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Nice.
Lazlo Woodbine
QUOTE (maian @ Nov 14 2006, 10:14 PM)
Nice.
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Indeed. So many beautiful songs.
sleeping_pirate
The Raconteurs- Blue Veins
feck off!
John Lee Hooker - Bottle Up And Go
sleeping_pirate
The Divine Comedy- Songs Of Love
PrincessKate
QUOTE (sleeping_pirate @ Nov 15 2006, 12:07 PM)
The Divine Comedy- Songs Of Love
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Marvellous.
Ringcoirewen
Way Over Yonder - Carole King
sleeping_pirate
Jeff Buckley- Grace (live)
Crutch
The Killers - Smile like you mean it
sweetbutinsane
DJ Sammy - Heaven (Radio Mix)
Crutch
Muse - Muscle Museum
Nonus Aequilibrium
Cradle of Filth - Under Pregnant Skies She Comes Alive Like Miss Leviathan
Lazlo Woodbine
QUOTE (sleeping_pirate @ Nov 15 2006, 01:07 PM)
The Divine Comedy- Songs Of Love
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QUOTE (sleeping_pirate @ Nov 15 2006, 07:23 PM)
Jeff Buckley- Grace (live)
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You're listening to the same things as me today.
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