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Ani Difranco - Living In Clip
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Handsome Boy Modeling School-- So...How's your Girl?
The Mars Volta--Frances the Mute
Ak-1200-- At close range
G.G. Allin and the Murder Junkies--bootleg of various crappy recorded tracks
Mr. Bungle-- Disco Voilante


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BasSmArt wrote:
sharkmansix wrote:
Sting as a person is atrocious though.
Fixed. :P
I was reading his book and I seriously haven't touched it in a year because it was soooo egotistical even after several chapters. But I do love the music of Sting and The Police.

I'm listening to Madonna's Confessions on a Dancefloor again.
Didn't I used to make fun of you for reading that, for that reason. You wised up I see. :wink:
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NOFX--Heavy Petting Zoo
Kool Keith--Spankmaster
Jackie Fly--Click
Beastie Boys--License to Ill
Slayer--Reign in Blood (Thanks jojo for reminding me to listen to these guys!)
The Misfits--Legacy of Brutality
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Right now I'm just letting the 'ol Ipod shuffle through my music collection.....

oooh, Rage Against the Machine's "Snake Charmer"! Awesome!
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The Shins - Chutes Too Narrow

"kissing the lipless" is one of the better songs I have heard in a while...great song title, too.
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Hey, I have that ^ album.


Right now my car is playing Uniform Choice - Screaming for Change
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Albert King - Born Under a Bad Sign
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pearl jam - vitalogy

I forgot how much I love this album.
why has it been collecting dust?
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A few Death Cab for Cutie albums, I was opposed to listening to them for a long time because the most annoying girls at the mall always were harpin' on 'em (I used to work at the mall/Hell).

I literally had a girl say this to me in response to a coworker saying that I was in a band, "Is it Emo? That's all I'll listen to, I only listen to Death Cab for Cutie. Other than that its crap." I

I responded with this, knowing full well that Death Cab had a slew of albums before Transatlanticism got them some attention, "Oh really, which one of their albums is your favorite?"

She gave me this crap, "They only have one, duh! Its sooooo good."

"Okay, thats nice. Could you leave our store and stop bothering my employee, he has to fold some t-shirts." I replied with my management powers.

Yes, I kicked a girl out of my store for being stupid. And I gotta say it felt really good.

So that little confrontation was why I was always reluctant to pick-up any Death Cab releases. But now that I have I think they are a great group and sound a lot like Built to Spill.
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Massage...Bored wrote:But now that I have I think they are a great group and sound a lot like Built to Spill.
I think it's funny that you said this. I am a huge DCFC fan....they are from the Seattle area, and Ben Gibbord (lead singer and songwriter) has stated in interviews that he wanted to emulate Built to Spill (also from the Seattle area, I think).

I have been a BTS fan for quite some time as well, but never drew the connection until recently.

OH YEAH, and the Emo thing....f**k that! It bothers me that most of their popularity has been drawn from the OC stuff, but the music is good....this is what matters.
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