Our own music thread

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  1. xtremerunnerars

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    I figured we might as well have our own music thread. This way, we won't have to have all the old people saying things like the beach boys and other old, old music that they like :D


    Try and keep this to just a posting bands you really like right now or are sick of....keep the flaming to a minimum. Just want to hear what people are listening to so we can maybe hear some new stuff.



    I'll start off with:

    My Chemical Romance-The Black Parade: love this album, played it at a pretty big new years party and people really liked it. Doesn't really get old, either.
     
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  2. fishuuuuu

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    I'm pretty much done with all rap. I mean it's okay every now and then, but jeez, enough is enough.

    Right now I like a lot of the alternative and electronic stuff out like Artic Monkeys. But there's still room in my playlist for things like The Clash, The Ramones, Jimi.
     
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  3. IT WAS IN!!!

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    I'm in love with Oh! Gravity. by Switchfoot
    MCR is good too Xtremerunners
     
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  4. xtremerunnerars

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    Switchfoot is in town soon...doing a show at a local club. Might go see them, wolfmother came to the same place a few weeks ago.


    Maybe I should check out the new sf album...
     
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  5. LarougeNY

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    I say the fray, all the way!
    best band in a while, right up there with nickelback, Maroon 5, goo goo dolls etc.
     
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  6. xtremerunnerars

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    Why was this thread moved? I wanted it to be just juniors...
     
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  7. rommil

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    Been lately listening to a lot of music from Iceland ( Mum, Apparat Organ Quartet, Sigur Ros and Bjork of course) and a lot of electronica( Royksopp, Fischerspooner).
     
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    I've been loving the new Who album, shows that old guys don't have to suck
     
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    I could name it, but it would take a long time. I'll start with Josh Pyke, the guy is a genius.
     
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    artist: Silverchair
    album: Neon Ballroom

    artist: Common ft. Will.I.Am
    track: I Have a Dream

    artist: T.I.
    track: Ride wit Me

    artist: KT Tunstall
    track: Suddenly I see

    artist: Gnarls Barkeley
    album: St. Elsewhere

    artist: The All American Rejects
    album: Their 1st Album

    artist: Third Eye Blind
    track: Jumper

    artist: Michael Buble
    track: Come Fly With Me

    artist: Sergio Mendes Feat. The Black Eyed Peas
    track: Mas que Nada

    artist: Seal
    tracks: Crazy and A Kiss From a Rose
     
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  11. Amone

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    Fiona Apple - Get Gone

    Methods of Mayhem - Crash

    Just thought I'd try to cover the spectrum right off the bat. :p
     
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    My Morning Jacket - Okonokos. Live recorded at the Filmore West. It's just dope.
     
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  13. jmsx521

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    Big, big former Orbital and Underworld fan... and I am not even in Europe, where they mostly played their concerts. Of course I've got all of their albums. I also liked other types of intelligent electronica. Also, former collector of Global Underground – heavy duty clubish electronica. But nowadays I prefer the calmer sounds of ambient, new age, chill-out and a doze of good old classic Baroque: Bach, Vivaldi and Handel.
     
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  14. ACE of Hearts

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    If u love hip hop, go get nas's album, hip hop is dead.
     
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    Motley Crue rulez0rz
     
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    Kings of Convenience, Sigur Ros, The Decemberists, G Love, Phoenix, Pete Yorn, Muse, Less Than Jake etc..


    I have a pretty wide range but I can't stand rap or techno. Country also sucks:p
     
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    right now my winamp playlist includes

    mooney suzuki
    hot hot heat
    usher
    michael jackson
    franz ferdinand
    israel kamakawiwo
    craig david
    mariah carey
    JT
    the rapture
    bloc party
    ok go
    the strokes
    audioslave
    the bravery
    the darkness
    mars volta
     
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  18. The_Dark_Knight

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    Here's everything:
    ›...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead
    ›Against Me!
    ‡All-Time Quarterback
    ›Armor For Sleep
    ›At The Drive-In
    ›The Beach Boys
    ‡The Beastie Boys
    ›The Beatles
    ‡Beck
    ›Ben Folds
    ‡Billy Talent
    ‡Bloc Party
    ›Blur
    ›British Sea Power
    ›Chiodos
    ›Circa Surive
    ›Coldplay
    ‡Death Cab For Cutie
    ›The Decemberists
    ›Dignan
    ›The Eagles
    ›Emery
    ›Fall Of Troy
    ›The Fine Print
    ›Foo Fighters
    ›Green Day
    ›Group X
    ›Guns 'N Roses
    ‡Head Automatica
    ›The Hives
    ›Idiot Pilot
    ‡Incredibad
    ›Incubus
    ›mc chris
    ‡Minus The Bear
    ›Modest Mouse
    ‡Moneen
    ›Motion City Soundtrack
    ›Nada Surf
    ‡Oasis
    ›The Offspring
    ‡Pavement
    ›The Pillows
    ‡Pinback
    ›The Postal Service
    ›Public Enemy
    ›Queens of the Stone Age
    ›Rage Against The Machine
    ›Red Hot Chili Peppers
    ‡Refused
    ›The Rentals
    ›Rilo Kiley
    ›Rush
    ‡Saves The Day
    ‡Scary Kids Scaring Kids
    › The Seatbelts
    ›Snow Patrol
    ›Soundgarden
    ‡Spitalfield
    ›The Strokes
    ›Taking Back Sunday
    ‡Tenacious D
    ›They Might Be Giants
    ›Third Eye Blind
    ›We Are Scientists
    ‡Weezer
    ›Yo La *****


    EDIT t-e-n-g-o is edited out!
     
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  19. tennis_nerd22

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    yo, reggae all the way... ;)

    LOL

    especially sean paul :D
     
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  20. Freedom

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    Glad to see some other people like The Decemberists!

    My favorite band at the moment is Protest the Hero. Their album Kezia is like Federer on grass.
     
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    I youtube'ed them and listed to the song 'Blindfolds Aside'. I was pretty impressed, how does that song stack up to the rest of the album?
     
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  22. BiGGieStuFF

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    I'm still stuck in the 80's for the most part but I like a lot of electronic music. I don't know artists and titles for the most part but anything that DJ armin van buuren, Ferry Corsten, or DJ's of that sort put out. I'm just too lazy to look up names these days.
     
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  23. Indrid Cold

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    Im a real big alternative fan but can't quite find a style to suit me. At the moment I just pick up whatever I find. Arctic Monkeys, the killers, that new MCR cd is quite good, and the OK Go cd is pretty alright. I used to be a huge fan of The Mars Volta but I can't really get into their new records. Deloused in the Comatorium is still one of the best cds I have. If you don't mind concept albums then pick this one up for sure. Tells an interesting story, if you can get through all the interpretation.
     
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