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Postby Lenny » 2009.01.06 (10:07)

It occurred to me that a similar topic doesn't exist on these forums, so I thought I'd start one.

I'm currently loving "The Call", by Regina Spektor, from the new Narnia movie. You can check it out here if you want: http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=5kMeVT-13CU.

I'm also enjoying "Ordinary Miracle", by Sarah McLachlan, which you can look at here: http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=Urv7tyeJ7qE&feature=PlayList&p=6B86BA90BB14F0F7&playnext=1&index=13.

Feel free to post what you're currently digging or listening to, and hopefully this topic will really get somewhere!

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Postby wolfgang » 2009.01.06 (10:17)

I've been listening to some old funk lately, and I've decided that Maggot Brain (opening track of the album) by Funkadelic is probably the best guitar solo ever. Ten minutes of fuzzed out, rippling psychedelic bliss. Heresy from a Hendrix fanboy.

http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=dh3bleXWaCk

That version leaves out the brilliant spoken word verse at the beginning though.

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Postby TheSupervisor » 2009.01.06 (11:33)

Revolver by RATM, tripped out beggining and verses.

http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=UfWYypnUXVI

Jethro Tull's version of Bouree, I'm learning the awesome bass solo, and the rest of the bass is also awesome.

http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=W37x7lNP4DY

Also most of the other RATM and Muse songs and some speed metal.

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Postby a happy song » 2009.01.06 (11:39)

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Postby lookatthisisgoodatn » 2009.01.06 (16:07)

Persona 3 soundtrack. I know, they're not technically 'songs' but they count, right?
If not, All Alone by Splittr. I love trance and stuff like that.
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Postby wedgie » 2009.01.06 (23:18)

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Postby Losttortuga » 2009.01.07 (03:43)

I just got Puscifer's "V is for Vagina" album, which I am enjoying quite a bit.

Here's an excellent song from it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZG9UrjqyMzw

I'm looking to buy Animals on Wheels' "Designs and Mistakes", and although I can't find anything on Youtube, it can be said that it may be some of the coolest jazz-driven sloppy drum'n'bass/breakcore I've heard.
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Postby Radium » 2009.01.07 (04:01)

As I Lay Dying is really satisfying me atm. Metalcore is my new favorite genre.

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Postby Myrrhman » 2009.01.07 (04:32)

Merriweather Post Pavilion - Animal Collective
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Postby OneSevenNine » 2009.01.07 (04:38)

"Losing my edge," LCD Soundsystem.

Aaand iTunes just shifted to "The Boxer" by The chemical brothers.
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Postby Tanner » 2009.01.07 (16:39)

I've been listening to a lot of Drumcorps and Aaron Spectre. Breakcore and breakcore lite.
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Postby origami_alligator » 2009.01.07 (17:22)

Myrrhman wrote:Merriweather Post Pavilion - Animal Collective

There was a pre-release of the vinyl on Jan 6 in Eugene, OR at 6pm and I couldn't go because I had class then! (plus I wasn't sure how to get out there anyway, but still!) A little upsetting, but I can't wait to get it, my most anticipated album I've ever been excited about getting.

Right now... Vampire Weekend.
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Postby SlappyMcGee » 2009.01.07 (20:52)

Tanner has me listening to The Shape of Punk to come by Refused, and that's moderately amazing.

I'm also digging Imogen Heap, The Clash, and The Killers as of late.
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Postby toasters » 2009.01.07 (21:21)

Some math rock -
Rumah Sakit
Maps and Atlases
Giraffes? Giraffes!

Some jazzy stuff -
blink.
The Bad Plus

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Postby moonlight » 2009.01.07 (22:28)

I enjoy The Killers knew album "Day and Age" I'm listening to "Spaceman" right now
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Postby fingersonthefrets » 2009.01.08 (09:53)

ratatat, lightspeed champion, MUSCLES, horrowshow
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Postby Pheidippides » 2009.01.08 (14:25)

I'm on a small Motion City Soundtrack listening spree right now.
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Postby a happy song » 2009.01.08 (14:29)

SlappyMcGee wrote:Tanner has me listening to The Shape of Punk to come by Refused, and that's moderately amazing.

I'm also digging Imogen Heap, The Clash, and The Killers as of late.


The Shape of Punk to Come is pretty damn essential.

This video ruined Imogen Heap for me ;_;
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Postby SlappyMcGee » 2009.01.08 (22:44)

atob wrote:
SlappyMcGee wrote:Tanner has me listening to The Shape of Punk to come by Refused, and that's moderately amazing.

I'm also digging Imogen Heap, The Clash, and The Killers as of late.


The Shape of Punk to Come is pretty damn essential.

This video ruined Imogen Heap for me ;_;




Yeah, I could definitely see that.
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Postby otters~1 » 2009.01.09 (22:14)

ACL (Austin City Limits) festival is practically in my backyard, so every year I get new bands to listen to. It also means I get to see Muse, Arcade Fire, etc live.

I especially like Wilco and Crowded House.
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Postby toasters » 2009.01.09 (22:32)

The Last Shadow Puppets.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGV8xCkpXjE

Combines vocal work of Alex Turner from the Arctic Monkeys and the help of Owen Pallett from Final Fantasy. Definitely worth a listen.
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Postby epigone » 2009.01.11 (04:22)

I can't help myself. The last big craze of music I had was Coldplay. So cliche, I know.
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Postby  yahoozy » 2009.01.13 (03:00)

Don Cab, Polvo, Hot Snakes, Deerhunter, and Animal Collective. The last two, especially, with new albums out.

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Postby PALEMOON » 2009.01.13 (03:03)

http://somafm.com/

the Drone Zone channel. it's great to chill out to. I've been doing a lot of chilling.


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