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ArtyDoubleYou
Posted: January 19th, 2012, 4:25pm Report to Moderator
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I don't drive but if I did I imagine I'd listen to the same CDs in my car as I do when I write...

Arcade Fire - Funeral
Arcade Fire - Neon Bible
Arcade Fire - The Suburbs
Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs - Fever To Tell
Fleet Foxes - Fleet Foxes
Bloc Party - Silent Alarm

If I could find my System Of A Down albums they would be on the list too, but I can't, so they're not.
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For about two pages of this thread I haven't heard of a single artist. You making them up to appear cool or something? Two can play that game! Oh well, I'm getting old and boring.

Now, in my car I have handful of CD's and I like to think they are varied but clearly not "different" enough. I have;

Brahms requiem - fan of requiems. Second movement - if you ever want to hear menace, that's it.
Eminen - last album, rather like that. Will post a separate chat question on one song.
Professor green
Cold Play - a cold rush
Depeche mode 101 live tour
I won't mention the others 'cos they are really dull and mainstream

Oh, and....Kids like to party hits for Girl's..... Who said I can't get Jiggy with it!


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The Elevator Most Belonging To Alice - Semi Final Bluecat, Runner Up Nashville
Inner Journey - Page Awards Finalist - Bluecat semi final
Grieving Spell - winner - London Film Awards.  Third - Honolulu
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Dreamscale
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Have to agree with ya, Reefer, I don't have a clue who the vast majority of these bands/artists are either.  I'm far from mainstream, and will always be.


To ski or not to ski...that's not even a question.
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Collective Soul - Seven Year Itch
Stone Temple Pilots - home made CD mix
Foo Fighters - the new one

January was very Grungey.

I think I'll do some British Invasion next month.  
Beatles, Stones, the Who, Zeppelin...
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Quoted from Reef Dreamer
For about two pages of this thread I haven't heard of a single artist. You making them up to appear cool or something?

Haha, maybe we should add a YouTube clip (or link) so we can get an idea of what everybody's listening to in their cars. Hell, we might even hear something we like.

I'll go first.







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Dreamscale
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Or maybe not, based on those 2 stinkers from our Dutch friend, Mr. Sniper.

If I listened to either of those songs in my car, I think I'd purposely smash into something.



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Quoted from Dreamscale
Dutch friend

Dutch? WTF? Try Danish, my friend.



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Sorry, Rob.  My bad, but my other comments still stand.



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The first one is great when you're driving real fast. Trust me.


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Check out their sister band, Department of Eagles.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Department_of_Eagles

E.D.


Ya, they got a track on the soundtrack to said film too, I'll check em out.


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I've been pretty boring lately -

- Zeppelin I and III (if III is not one of your favorite Zep albums, then I can't talk to you)
- Deep Purple's "Burn" (love Coverdale's vocals on it and its bluesy-metal fusion)
- Billy's "Piano Man" (did you know you can't abbreviate Billy Joel just by using his initals? I just found that out.)
- Queen's debut (I was missing Brian's solo on "Great King Rat")

- and the proposed soundtrack to Grand Avenue. Yeah, I know it's a shameless plug, but I burned all the songs we want and I keep it in my car CD player...


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Electric Wizard's Black Masses played at full volume with the bass all the way up. Best band drugs ever happened to, hands down. Last time I checked, The Rolling Stones didn't have a song called Satanic Rites of Drugula.

That and a ton of unlistenable death metal. Keep it rock n' roll!


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Ive been traveling so much, that I have been listening to audio books to pass the time.

Completed:

Einstiens Dreams
How to win friends and influence people (still VERY relevent stuff in there)

And the music jammed in that thing is:

Mercy Me - Best of

By the way. It's been a while when I was last here. I hope everyone is doing well. When things settle down with my new position, I will get back to reads/reviews.

I owe one person out there a read, I know it and I promice to get to it. It's just that I have been living in hotels for the last month and will be for 2 more months. This position better be fucking well worth it. LOL.

Shawn.....><
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Stuck on:

Coldplay  new one
Radiohead  the king of limbs

and Ill throw Nirvana on every now and again.

I go through phases...

Im just waiting for the Tony Orlando   Tie a yellow ribbon round the old oak tree  phase...Is that a mid-life crisis?

Mark


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Dreamscale
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Mark, that's way beyond a midlife crisis.   Let's hope that phase doesn't hit...


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