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What are you listening to?

Postby 1623 » Sun Oct 02, 2011 9:26 pm

I know I can't be the only music nut or musician on the forum, so...

In the car this week:

Alice In Chains - Disc two from Music Bank
Snapcase: Progression Through Unlearning
John Mellencamp: Words and Music
Train: Self Titled
The Police: Live!
Soundgarden: Badmotorfinger


In the house lately:

Clutch: Blast Tyrant
Dave Brubek: Time Out
Ben Harper: The Will To Live
Brandi Carlile: The Story
Steely Dan: Showbiz Kids
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Postby Bradley » Sun Oct 02, 2011 9:57 pm

I'm part of the younger crowd, but I'd say my most played this week in my itunes car playlist would be. Killin em - Chris Webby, Keep On - Eric Church, No Sleep Wiz Khalifa, and Almost There - Chris Webby. I wouldn't recommend these songs unless you like rap/hip-hop or have an open mind about music :)

Edit: Keep On - Eric Church isn't rap, haha it's country. Also I'd like to add Roger That - Chris Webby. Good artist inside his genre (rap/hip-hop)

Edit 2: Add Macklemore to the list. Terrific artist, more a poet to be honest.

Edit 3: Sail - Awolnation
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Postby Evil D » Mon Oct 03, 2011 1:09 am

Ahh, i'm probably the minority here, i listen to some out there stuff. The current album i can't stop listening to is Vale Of Maya - [id]. Heavy, extremely technical, definitely not for easy listening. I used to listen to Snapcase a lot BITD though.
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Postby c.joe » Mon Oct 03, 2011 2:08 am

Franck: Symphony In D Minor and John Powell's How to Train Your Dragon Soundtrack are my addictions this week.

Huge classical fan. Born a band geek, die a band geek.

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Postby razorsharp » Mon Oct 03, 2011 2:21 am

hmm lets go through my list- Slipknot, Killswitch engage, Lamb of god, Children of bodom, Dream Theater, metallica, Arch enemy, kalmah, scar symmetry etc...as you may see, I'm a metal head :D

EDIT: seem to have missed some oldies: Iron maiden, Guns n roses, Led zep, pink floyd etc etc :D

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Postby JD Spydo » Mon Oct 03, 2011 3:11 am

My mother was JANIS JOPLIN, my dad was Frank Zappa :cool: Yeah it's the Woodstock era for this ol boy :D Try listening to Jimi Hendrix play his version of "Wild Thing" at the Monterey Pop Festival on YOUTUBE where he burns his guitar as a finale :cool:

I go back to the days of Jethro Tull, Deep Purple, Ten Years After, Mott The Hoople, & T Rex.

I do like some of the newer stuff like Kidd Rock, Nickelback, REM, Soundgarden and Nine Inch Nails. But being raised on the Beatles & the Stones puts you in a genre you're not willing to leave very easily. Enough Said>>> Now go put on that old BLIND FAITH album :D
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Postby The Deacon » Mon Oct 03, 2011 4:35 am

Lately, it's been mostly Pink Floyd at home and CCR in the truck.
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Postby chuck_roxas45 » Mon Oct 03, 2011 5:40 am

The Deacon wrote:Lately, it's been mostly Pink Floyd at home and CCR in the truck.
Ho Deacon, Pink Floyd for me too. Really like them. :D

In addition to Steely Dan, The Cure, Jethro Tull, Blue Oyster Cult, Judas Priest, and oh, Adele(sheepish grin here).

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Postby DeathBySnooSnoo » Mon Oct 03, 2011 8:24 am

I'm all over the place with music. I go through phases where I listen to a tonne of one style of music and then something else will get in my head and so I will move onto that...and it covers pretty much everything except Top 40. I think that Top 40 right now is about the worst, most boring, generic crap ever to have been Top 40.
But other than that I listen to Jazz, Classic Rock, Metal, EBM and Darkwave, Blues, Goth, 80's, Punk, Classical.

Right now I am listening to the new Scroobius Pip and a lot of classic punk like The Dead Boys and The Clash with a little bit of Iggy and The Stooges thrown in.
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Postby BAL » Mon Oct 03, 2011 11:41 am

Zeppelin

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Postby Jazz » Mon Oct 03, 2011 1:28 pm

Used to be only metal (in the 80's), then branched out into blues, big time to jazz, and now I'm mostly country, but I still listen to it all. It's great to like variety. I play a bit of guitar, so now all those influences come out. Also, lately I'm into new wave - cool stuff.

- best wishes, Jazz.

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Postby Blerv » Mon Oct 03, 2011 1:38 pm

The communal music box is frequently filled with evil CD's akin to trained monkeys with ball peen hammers tapping away at your skull.

Enya
Various Musicals
Alley McBeal soundtrack (I crap you not)

It's a sad day in Purgatory when you look forward to Enya days. I look forward to those days.
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Postby rosconey » Mon Oct 03, 2011 2:32 pm

dog farts-hear a lot of them with 300lbs of dogs

havent cranked up the stereo in a few weeks

i go from ac/dc to jack johnson to johnny cash to sublime to dave mathews-
seems the older i get the more options i find-lol

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Postby araneae » Mon Oct 03, 2011 4:14 pm

NPR, Zao, Regina Spektor, Coheed and Cambria, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, & Jenny Lewis have all been on in the car lately. I was a big Snapcase fan and still listen to those CDs from time to time.
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Postby Wisehybred » Mon Oct 03, 2011 4:16 pm

Opeth ,Tool, Bloodbath, Sepultura

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Postby Evil D » Mon Oct 03, 2011 4:30 pm

araneae wrote:NPR, Zao, Regina Spektor, Coheed and Cambria, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, & Jenny Lewis have all been on in the car lately. I was a big Snapcase fan and still listen to those CDs from time to time.
I would have bet every knife i own there wouldn't be another Zao fan on this forum. I'm impressed :cool:

I've been a fan of theirs since waaaay back in the pre-Daniel Weyandt days.
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Postby Evil D » Mon Oct 03, 2011 4:32 pm

razorsharp wrote:hmm lets go through my list- Slipknot, Killswitch engage, Lamb of god, Children of bodom, Dream Theater, metallica, Arch enemy...as you may see, I'm a metal head :D
You NEED to check out Vale Of Maya if you already haven't. I bought [id] and i seriously listen to it over and over everyday. It has pretty much ruined the rest of my collection because nothing i have compares.

Other than that, i'm a HUUUUGE Between The Buried And Me fan.
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Postby 1623 » Mon Oct 03, 2011 5:31 pm

Listened to Diana Krall while having dinner with the family...seems to make the kids chill and use manners :D
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Postby phillipsted » Mon Oct 03, 2011 6:15 pm

My 10-year-old practicing his tuba. Never thought I would grow to like John Phillip Sousa so much.

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Postby araneae » Mon Oct 03, 2011 6:52 pm

Evil D wrote:I would have bet every knife i own there wouldn't be another Zao fan on this forum. I'm impressed :cool:

I've been a fan of theirs since waaaay back in the pre-Daniel Weyandt days.
All Else failed is to this day one of my favorite albums to crank up and rock in the car. They way it was produced just lends itself to sounding really crisp, even loud. It was recorded at Mars studio in Cleveland if I recall correctly. They used to play here a ton. Although I was not a fan of the message at their early time period.
So many knives, so few pockets... :)
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