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Author:  Oliver's Army [ Fri Oct 06, 2006 8:51 am ]
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TOTO - Hold The Line

Author:  Oliver's Army [ Fri Oct 06, 2006 9:00 am ]
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I love both of these...look em up.

Bourgeois Tagg - I Dont Mind At All

Toy Matinee- Ballad of Jenny Ledge

Author:  WaitUntilTomorrow [ Sat Oct 14, 2006 4:03 am ]
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That Bourgeois Tagg song is great. I remember hearing it on the radio a few years ago and going home and tracking it down and learning it. : /
But I've always been too ashamed to actually PLAY it, in front of, you know, PEOPLE.

Ok. I will win this right now.

I can't help it. I was born this way.

Author:  Oliver's Army [ Sat Oct 14, 2006 8:44 am ]
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WaitUntilTomorrow wrote:
That Bourgeois Tagg song is great. I remember hearing it on the radio a few years ago and going home and tracking it down and learning it. : /
But I've always been too ashamed to actually PLAY it, in front of, you know, PEOPLE.


Still know it?

I think that you would be surprised whos digs that song.

Play it.

Author:  bwohlgemuth [ Sat Oct 14, 2006 9:51 am ]
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Author:  Oliver's Army [ Sat Oct 14, 2006 9:58 am ]
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Depeche Mode - People are People

Author:  Massage...Bored [ Sat Oct 14, 2006 10:52 am ]
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bwohlgemuth wrote:
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Why the f*ck are you embarassed about that? Thats the best album of 2004, hands down. I believe it even won a Grammy for spoken word album. Don't be ashamed.

Author:  Sankofa [ Sat Oct 14, 2006 11:21 am ]
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^that album gets the platinum rim job trophy for grandest tongue in cheek acheivement of '04. I know Jenn loves it, but Ben Folds' participation doesn't outweigh my feelings that Shatner is a hack who has been living off a nation's love of schmaltz for way too way.

Author:  WaitUntilTomorrow [ Sat Oct 14, 2006 1:39 pm ]
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Oliver's Army wrote:
WaitUntilTomorrow wrote:
That Bourgeois Tagg song is great. I remember hearing it on the radio a few years ago and going home and tracking it down and learning it. : /
But I've always been too ashamed to actually PLAY it, in front of, you know, PEOPLE.


Still know it?

I think that you would be surprised whos digs that song.

Play it.



It's interesting how different it comes across when played by a chick, and how much better it seems when you don't watch the video.

Author:  bwohlgemuth [ Sat Oct 14, 2006 3:06 pm ]
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Massage...Bored wrote:
bwohlgemuth wrote:
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Why the f*ck are you embarassed about that? Thats the best album of 2004, hands down. I believe it even won a Grammy for spoken word album. Don't be ashamed.

Because when I play this, 95% of the general public is like "who the frak is this?", and when I tell them, they back away slowly. :lol:

Author:  sharkmansix [ Mon Oct 16, 2006 9:08 am ]
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Quote:
frak


Battlestar Galactica kicks ass. 8)

Author:  Jeff [ Tue Oct 17, 2006 7:38 pm ]
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..

Author:  Al Quandt [ Wed Oct 18, 2006 7:01 am ]
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Honestly coming from a straight guy a few of my artists/genre I like to wake up and relax to while getting ready could be considered embarassing...

Anything Classical
Bucket Head (the colma cd)
Tori Amos
Morphine
Bjork
Fiona Apple

So there ya have it.

Author:  Garr [ Wed Oct 18, 2006 7:23 am ]
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The Crash Test Dummies.

The album, "God Shuffled His Feet" is surprisingly intellectual in an offbeat, tongue in cheek kind of way.

and they're still going at it

http://www.crashtestdummies.com

Author:  WBOB [ Wed Oct 18, 2006 9:35 am ]
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Mongoloid - Devo

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