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Old 08-06-2009, 12:12 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Janis Joplin: Little Girl Blue
Lykke Li: Dance, Dance, Dance
No Doubt: Brand New Day
MGMT: The Youth
John Butler Trio: Good Excuse
The Beatles: Martha My Dear
Jimi Hendrix: Are You Experienced
Root City: Backyard Boogie
Led Zeppelin: Black Dog
Animal Collective: Summertime Clothes

sorry no mockery for the above poster here.....
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Old 08-06-2009, 12:14 PM   #22 (permalink)
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although props for Quicksilver Messenger Service-definitely one of my faves!
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Old 08-06-2009, 12:23 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I change things out on it regularly, but it's still a good representation of what I'm listening to.
Ditto. I have a Sansa, and several different cards with varying amounts of music on them...

Axiom Funk - If 6 was 9
Deltron - Mastermind
Melody Gardot - Who Will Comfort Me
Iggy Pop - Five Foot One
Neutral Milk Hotel - The Fool
They Might Be Giants - Lucky Ball & Chain
Mark Morrison - Return of the Mack
David Byrne - Tiny Apocalypse
Senor Coconut - Smooth Operator
Tobacco - Backwoods Altar

Edit: I forgot to rate you, my dear, I'm sorry.
Much appreciation for the Joplin. And the rest looks pretty strong too.

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Old 08-06-2009, 12:27 PM   #24 (permalink)
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sidewinder, i feel you on the titles before artists thing, throws me off so much!

and yeah 6underground, tbh, i've only heard of half the artists on your list, but the ones i have are really good, so yeah i'll say it's a good list


and here's my list

Weather Report-Palladium
Cardiacs-R.E.S.
Breaking Benjamin-Sooner or Later
Tenacious D-History
2Pac-Only God Can Judge Me
Bob Dylan-Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again
Circa Survive-On Letting Go
Beastie Boys-Heart Attack Man
Poison Idea-Motorhead
Eminem-Just Don't Give A Fuck

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Old 08-07-2009, 12:02 AM   #25 (permalink)
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sidewinder, i feel you on the titles before artists thing, throws me off so much!

and yeah 6underground, tbh, i've only heard of half the artists on your list, but the ones i have are really good, so yeah i'll say it's a good list


and here's my list

Weather Report-Palladium
Cardiacs-R.E.S.
Breaking Benjamin-Sooner or Later
Tenacious D-History
2Pac-Only God Can Judge Me
Bob Dylan-Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again
Circa Survive-On Letting Go
Beastie Boys-Heart Attack Man
Poison Idea-Motorhead
Eminem-Just Don't Give A Fuck

i know i'm gonna get some shit for this
Tenacious D is about as funny as putting your own penis in a pencil sharpener. Eminem raps like a white guy. As for the rest I either haven't heard or is an inpecible artsit/group.

Here is my'n

Archive- The Way You Love me
Radiohead- Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
Animal Collective- Daily Routine
Andrew Bird- Action/Adventure
The Clash- The Magnificent Seven
The Cure- Push
Dj Shadow- Walkie Talkie
Led Zeppelin- How Many More Times
Run D.M.C- Sucker M.C.'s (Krush-Groove 1)
Aphex Twin- Fenixfunk 5

Hmm I don't think you could possibly say anything negative about that shuffle
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Old 08-07-2009, 12:47 AM   #26 (permalink)
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That my friend is one fine list, although my favorite would have been The Clash

Mine:

Rufus Wainwright- The One You Love
Beastie Boys- Car Thief
Talking Heads- Seen And Not Seen
Radiohead- Bullet Proof...I Wish I Was
Maria McKee- If Love Is A Red Dress
The Beach Boys- Caroline No (Stereo Mix)
Red Hot Chili Peppers- Get Up And Jump
Glen Phillips- Gather
James Taylor- Sweet Baby James
Pixies- There Goes My Gun

Please don't judge me
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Old 08-07-2009, 01:13 AM   #27 (permalink)
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meh

The Minutemen - This Ai'nt no picnic
Hasil Adkins - Roll Roll Train
Studio der fruhen Musik - Leu Chansonet' e vil
Focus - Sylvia
Lord Sutch - Union Jack Car
Klaus Schulze - Shadows of Ignorance
Fifty Foot Hose - Desire
Ghostface Killah - Wu Banga 101
Lacksley Castell - Government Man
New York Dolls - Lonely Planet Boy

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Old 08-07-2009, 02:19 AM   #28 (permalink)
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From what I've heard meh.

On the computer with the smaller collection:

Frank Zappa/ Mothers of Invention- Hungry Freaks, Daddy
Blue Sky Black Death- Most Merciful
Animal Collective- Daily Routine
Frank Zappa- Move it or Park it
Manic Street Preachers- Archives of Pain
At the Drive-In- Ebroglio
Beck- Devil's Haircut
Radiohead- Morning Bell
The Residents- Tragic Bells
ArtOfficial- Remember the Days
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Old 08-07-2009, 02:30 AM   #29 (permalink)
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all i know about AtD is the track they had on tony hawk 2 and they split to form the mars volta and... that other band.


so here's my list, i'm too old to have ADD so i'm gonna make a little comment for each tune.


Elis Regina - Bala Com Bala - never heard this track before, it's from a thievery corporation compilation of old school verve acts. most excellent old school bossa nova but i'm not sure i dig the reworking. having a cheesy keyboard instead of a real piano is disappointing.

RHCP - Walkin' On Down the Road - HELLS MOTHER-EFFING YES!!! old school chilis at their best. flea pulls off an amazing bass line that supports slovak's minimalist guitar parts on the track without ever sounding overpowering. i'll be pleasantly surprised if anything tops this track.

Stan Getz & Luis Bonfa - Ebony Samba - from the Jazz Samba Encore! album, i have yet to hear a melodic jazz album i prefer over this one. Maria Toledo's vocal's are subtle yet divine, never singing actual words but adding that certain special element to make this track great. although ultimately i prefer the alternate take.

The Beatles - Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except me and my Monkey. - i guess it would have been considered super trippy back in the day but quite frankly there are only a handful of beatles tunes that do it for me, this is not one of them.

Frank Zappa - RDNZL - i can always count of any randomizer to pull at least 1 Zappa tune i've never heard before. it's track 12 from something i don't know. it's like all those other Zappa instrumentals that starts with random jazzy sounding instrumentation that peaks for a noodly fuzzed out guitar solo, weird percussive break, then another busy out. really digging the fact that it goes to a piano solo for the last 3rd.

Mondo Generator - Open Up and Bleed for Me - while i do enjoy a fair amount of MG's stuff i find Oliveri to be a bit one dimensional in his songwriting his main theme seems to be 'WAAAHHHHH!!! look at how messed up I am'

The Pixies - Debaser - i know i 'should' like the pixies, a friend of mine hooked me up with their catalog, but ultimately, i think they're one of those 'time and place' bands and never really clicked for me. on the plus side, any time i hear them i automatically remember cruising around town in my friend's old '92 ford tempo about 10 years ago, and 'that' makes me happy.

Frank Zappa - He's so g.ay- one of those Zappa songs where he just talk / sings throughout the song, the 'straight' guy talking through the track annoys me, but it's nothing compared to the backing track.

Nirvana - Paper Cuts - another track that eluded my ears over the years. sounds like nirvana trying to do an alice in chains tune. interesting as an oddity but that's about it.

Nirvana - On a Plain - live in tokyo february 19, 1992. it's a by the numbers take on the album track, nothing really notable with this version.


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overall i was expecting the zappa double hit, didn't see the double nirvana coming at all, especially not back to back. either way RHCP for the biggest win of that list by a whole freaking lot.
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Old 08-07-2009, 02:39 AM   #30 (permalink)
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Well thought out at least.

Steve Porter - Henry rollins feat. The Techno Viking
Träd, Gräs Och Stenar - All Along the Watchtower (better than the original in some ways)
Whitehouse - ****fun
Saviour Machine - Legion
Fat Freddy's Drop - Shiverman
Bruce Springsteen - Mary's Place
Kristoff Kane - Head Tripping feat. Eyedea
Old Man Gloom - Accord-o-matic
Cymande - Dove
Willy Deville - I Call your name
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