Quick! What's in your changer?

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  1. Craig Sheppard

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    Ok guys we haven't had a post like this in a long time... What's in your CD player or CD changer right now? (tech weenies, what's on your mp3 player--try to limit to a few albums). I'll start it off:

    6 disc changer in my car:

    1. Badly Drawn Boy / The Hour of Bewilderbeast
    2. Monaco / Music For Pleasure
    3. Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble / Greatest Hits
    4. New Order / (best of) disc 1
    5. Badly Drawn Boy / One Plus One Is One
    6. Pat Metheny Group / Still Life (Talking)

    What about you guys and girls???
     
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  2. hammet

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    metallica- master of puppets
    alice in chains- dirt
    pink flyod- dark side of the moon
    alice in chains- jar of flies
    megadeth
    :D
     
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  3. tykrum

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    Coldplay - Parachutes
    Dave Matthews Band - Live at Red Rocks
    Kanye West - College Dropout
    The Beatles - 1967-70
    Incubus - Live in Sweden
    O.A.R. - 34th and 8th
    I have about 2000 songs on my computer, and that's where I usually listen to music, so its usually not full albums for me.
     
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  4. I've got Jet-Get Born in my CD player at the moment.
     
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  5. ty slothrop

    ty slothrop Semi-Pro

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    ltj bukem - progression sessions 10
    ltj bukem - progression sessions 10 w/vocals
    claude young -
    ricardo villalobos - taka taka
    luke slater - freek funk
    jeff mills - live at the liquid room

    and when i get tired of one of these...ozzy and lita ford, followed by some skynyrd, man!
     
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    great music choices
     
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    John Lee Hooker "The ultimate collection" 1947 - 1987 , Moody Blues "To our childrens children". Beatles 65 , "The best of Slim Harpo and "Kind of Blue" Miles Davis.
     
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    The Cure - Greatest Hits
    Get up Kids - 4 minute mile
    The Shins - Know Yer Onion
    Piebald - We are the only friends we have
    Beatles - Greatest Hits
    Strokes - Is this it?
     
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    jurassic 5
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    dr. octagon

    i'm in a hiphop mood.
     
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    Bruce Hornsby - That's just the way it is
    Talking Heads - Same as it ever was
    Norah Jones - Feeling the Same Way
    David Bowie - Changes
    Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Will the Circle be Unbroken ?
     
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    Garbage CD
     
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  12. Brettolius

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    craig-good call on the metheny, are you into any similar artists? for instance alan holdsworth, john mcglaughlin, john scofield, i guess any fusion type stuff? i'm a musician so i love all that technical stuff as well as old jazz. besides that i've been listening to the beatles, u2, the streets (which is bizarre), frank zappa(the most bizarre,but brilliant) tool, and outkast.
     
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  13. Craig Sheppard

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    Hey Brettolius, thx, but not really into a lot of other artists like Metheny. A friend of mine who I respect a lot played him for me once, and I was amazed at his technical skill and sound...I have 2 of his albums. We're both programmers and find jazz and fusion is good music to code too--smooth, good mood music for the background. I do play a little guitar on the side, but mostly learn classical guitar pieces though. Sad to say I haven't heard of the other fusion artists you mentioned. Hey I love the Beatles and U2 of course, heard a few singles by the Streets... About as bizarre as I go is the Flaming Lips--Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots is a killer album.
     
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    U2-war!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    word on the yoshimi album, was definitely one of my faves last year, kinda seems like something the beatles would have done if they had the technology, well, that's a stretch, but in the same vein. and cypo ,how could i have forgotten, that damn bowie album was in my car for like a week till i reached my lazy *** behind me and got my cd book to change it. it's one of those deals where you forgot what's in your player, it starts and your like " i gotta get this out, tired of it" but before you find anything else, you're feeling it. and just leave it in. a "bowie trap" perhaps? oo ooo hah haha...no, that was pitiful. not even if you pronounce "bowie" like the knife...lame, sorry
     
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    Phish Hampton Comes Alive disc 2

    Trey anastasio Plasma Disc 1
     
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