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Old 12-21-2007, 10:14 AM   #41 (permalink)
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My Morning Jacket - Z
Just got into this album. Wish I would've got into it sooner. Just really good top to bottom.
Key Tracks - Wordless Chorus, It Beats 4 U, Off the Record, Knot Comes Loose
Key track - INTO THE WOODS! cmon with lyrics like this how could it not be

A kitten on fire.
A baby in a blender.
Both sound as sweet as a night of surrender.

I know it ain't easy, but you do what you can. If your livin gets weezy, you can follow this plan:
put in more than you could ever get out.
I'm tired of the talking, I know what you're about.
Now open your mouth, here comes the spoon. You're gonna eat what I give ya,
and you're gonna like it real good.
1. A riddle: I went over the river, and into the woods, where did I go?
Where a wood buring stream flows up thru the trees,
like the soul of the hottest kind of lover I've ever seen: "e"
One who lives to choose another fool's dream.
A good showerhead and my right hand, the two best lovers that I ever had.
Now if you find you agree with what I just said, you'd better find a new love
and let 'em into your head
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Old 12-22-2007, 04:40 AM   #42 (permalink)
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Origin Of Symetry. (Y)
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Old 12-22-2007, 12:33 PM   #43 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Joshee View Post
Origin Of Symetry. (Y)
What did you think of it? The thread is greatly enhanced with peoples thoughts on the albums they mention.

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Old 12-22-2007, 03:20 PM   #44 (permalink)
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lol jackhammer.
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Old 12-28-2007, 04:06 PM   #45 (permalink)
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4. The Beatles "Let It Be"

This album gets alot of crap and I can understand why but when it's good its really really good. Across the Universe is probably one of the best Beatles sons ever written and aside from some bores on the album like the title track it really does have several great tracks.
Favorite Songs: Across the Universe, I Me Mine, For You Blue, Two of Us, I've Got a Feeling

3. Elliott Smith "Figure 8"

Elliott Smith's final album wasn't the big pop album he wanted but it still came close and showed him putting DreamWorks money to good use. It also shows him still bringing out the acoustic guitar and doing very well with it. I just wish there more songs like Junk Bond Trader on it.
Favorite Songs: Junk Bond Trader, Happiness/The Gondola Man, Everything Means Nothing To Me, LA, East Way Out, Wouldn't Mama Be Proud?

2. Oasis "Definitely Maybe"

Okay first things first, I really can't get over how much I love Supersonic. From the start it kicks ass, there's that heavy guitar party and then Liam does this Lennon/Lydon like sneer and goes I need to be myseeeeeeeeelfffffffffffff and I just love it and have been listening to that song so much. But anyway, the album itself is good too I've just been raping supersonic in particular.
Favorite Songs: Supersonic, Live Forever, Slide Away, Cigarettes and Alcohol, Columbia

1. The Beatles "Rubber Soul"

The album where the Beatles really started to shine but still shows traces of their old days (Drive My Car) except 200 times better than their old days. I've mostly been listening to Nowhere Man, the vocals are beautiful on it.
Favorite Songs: In My Life, Nowhere Man, I'm Looking Through You, Wait, Norwegian Wood, Run For Your Life
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Old 12-28-2007, 04:23 PM   #46 (permalink)
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Queens of the Stone Age - Era Vulgaris
Catchy, Fast Paced. Took me a while to fully get into this but now it's hard to put down.
Fav. Tracks: I'm Designer, Make it Wit Chu, Sick Sick Sick.

Massive Attack - Mezzanine

Very smooth and bassey, sounds like a very sensual pelvic massage.
Fav. Tracks: Risingson, Teardrop, Dissolved Girl.

Tool - Opiate
Much better than some of their recent stuff imo. A very solid EP.
Fav. Tracks: Hush, Cold and Ugly

Jack Johnson - In Between Dreams
Chillaxing album, just love it, nuff said.
Fav. Tracks: Crying Shame, If I Could, Constellations
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Old 12-28-2007, 05:18 PM   #47 (permalink)
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And Their Name Was Treason - A Day To Remember
****ing loving it. The mixture of hard-hitting post-hardcore riffs and violent vocals with glorious melodies and sweet catchy hooks makes this one of my fave albums possibly ever. Would love to see these guys get a bit bigger, really amazing band.
You Should Have Killed Me When You Had The Chance is my fave track.

The Blackening - Machine Head
The most genius album I've heard this year without a doubt. Machine Head really outdid themselves when they wrote this. Turning themselves from a hard-hitting metal heavyweight to nearly metal gods in my eyes. They can place powerful driving riffs with ridiculously good melodies in one song. A metal masterpiece that I rate 9.5/10. I write this as I sit in my Blackening tshirt awesome artwork!
Now I Lay Thee Down is by far my fave track.
You Should Have Killed Me When You Had The Chance
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Old 12-28-2007, 06:36 PM   #48 (permalink)
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Evermore - Dreams
Personally i only like one song off of it, "Its Too Late" that song is truly an amazing song. the beginning to the end. so great.

Elliott Smith - New Moon
Great acoustics and amazing vocals and talent. i love it. Angel In The Snow is my favorite song on it.
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Old 12-29-2007, 05:27 AM   #49 (permalink)
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cracked open Ziggy stardust and the spiders from mars yesterday

stone me how great is that album

I'm listening to Sgt pepper and the white album at the moment.
I think I'm having a pre 80's week in my house music wise
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Old 12-29-2007, 01:45 PM   #50 (permalink)
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I have been on a funk fest recently (as my recent complilations will testify). A mass review for these four:





Big as s funk bass lines, blaring horns, wacca wacca guitars and afro's. what more do you want? find 'em get 'em!

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