Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by NickC, Feb 17, 2009.
Black Betty Ram Jam
...new Southern Rock at its finest!!!
Staind--Live at Mohegan SUn
Onslaught - Sounds of Violence. Great album. :twisted:
The Gulag Archipelago audiobook, narrated by Ice-T.
Safe and Sound by Capital Cities
The Last Relapse - All Shall Perish
The Fray - You Found Me
A song from 1960 featured here in the 1961 Jean-Luc Godard film "Une Femme est une Femme". The song is written by Charles Aznavour, it is called "Tu T'laisses Aller" ("You Let Yourself Go").
Not available in Germany and on mobile platforms. :sad:
Mehldau - Duo album between Brad Mehldau and Mark Guiliana
This one is titled "Just call me Nige"
I put Meiko Kaji's "Dream Opens at Night" on Repeat 1 over an hour ago.
I have been listening to Sigur Rós for quite some time this evening.
Thanks, checked out “Brennisteinn” on the tube just now – reminded me of that one time I had to use a steel shovel to clean a brick wall.
New Order - Blue Monday ( Live in Glasgow)
Susanna and The Magical Orchestra - Love will tear us apart.
Tank - Honour & Blood(1984)
WAKE up! I challenge you in the early morning time-zones, of the World, to get you're flu shots & jam to your favorite tunes.
Argue back if you believe something different regarding vaccines.
Sorry, forgot my choice in music:
Matthew Wilder - Break my stride
Toto - Africa
Absolute masterpiece of a song, easily one of my favorites.
I too enjoy Toto, saw them in concert with Kansas, Supertramp, REO, etc...
Jeff Beck - Star Cycle
One of my favorite rock instrumentals. The absolutely brilliant Jan Hammer on the drums this time, and Jeff Beck without a pick on the guitar.
Shellac's new album, 'Dude Incredible'.
Steve Albini \m/
Hall & Oates - Maneater
Damn near perfection. Held in extremely high regard by me.
Tank - Still At War (2002)
Just switched CD, now it's Helstar - This Wicked Nest (2014)
L'arena - Ennio Morricone - Il Mercenario Soundtrack
Dont Panic - Coldplay
its very relevant..
Kate Bush - Suspended in gaffa
Meredith Brooks - I'm a lover.
Dire Straits - Money for Nothing
Offensive lyrics and all aside, I absolutely love it. Perfect work music.
Bolt Thrower - Those Once Loyal (2005) :twisted:
The vid link happens to contain a censored character sequence, so you have to youtube "Depeche Mode - Never Let Me Down Again".:lol:
Blue Rose Code - The Ghost of Leith
Filter - Hey Man, Nice Shot.
Radio Birdman - New Race
( Berdychs fav tune...? )
Primal Scream - Movin' on Up.
5HOURS - Thunderdome Megamix
Keeping me kicking in the office in the worst hours of the week.
Grand Funk Railroad 'We're an American Band' brilliant power tune.
I've not heard of hardly any of the artists people are mentioning in this thread. I take it TT posters aren't really big fans of more commercial music these days?
Primal Scream has a few big hits, the most well known one is probably "Movin' on Up" which is a 90's song by them.
Primal Scream - Some Velvet Morning.
I've heard of Primal Scream. I remember really liking "Movin' on up", I must've been about 11 when it was in the charts.
It is an oldie but a goodie.
Faith No More - Ashes to Ashes.
Yelawolf - Till it's gone
Zedd - Find You
Motorhead - king of kings
A Night in New York - Elbow Bones and the Racketeers (1983)
Restored, color graded version of this classic.
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