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Old 10-20-2005, 05:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i'm bored right now, so i thought i'd make this thread now ( i was planning on waiting a bit ), in a few days i'll be getting my shit slow ( 364kb/s) but the cheapest one i can afford dsl connection and the provider is going to give me 2 months of free traffic, so i thought i'd fuck them over ( yeah, right, they're getting screwd) and go on a download frenzy, download all albums i never bothered to, all the artists i've heard about but never bothered to check them out ( the classic cult bands ), so what i'm asking you to do is suggest a band and album ( please state the year it was produced and your favourite track so i don't waste my time downloading utter crap ) and here's a list of bands/albums i already own that will help you maybe determine what my taste is ( and prevent you from suggesting stuff i already have ):

rage against the machine - all of them
at the drive in - relationship of command and in casino out
50 cent - get rich or die trying ( oh shut up!)
aqueduct - i sold gold
bloc party - silent alarm
bob marley - most of them
cesaria evora - the best of
clor - clor
coldplay - all of them
cream - disraeli gears ( don't like it )
creed - all of them
foo fighters -in your honor ( meh, it's pretty weak )
franz ferdinand - both
gang of four - entertainment
hot hot heat - both ( i'm not counting the first one )
interpol - both
jamiroqui - a funk odyssey
jon spencer blues explosion - plastic fang
kings of leon - both
lcd soundsystem
limp bizkit - 1st and 2nd
lynyrd skynyrd - one more for the road
mando diao - both ( don't like it )
mariza - last two
mc5 - high time
mott the hopple - the ballad of mott ( hate it, friend made me copy it )
my chemical romance . 3 cheers for revenge
neil young - on the beach, harvest,after the gold rush
nirvana - unplugged, nevermind ( used to have them all on tape, will get them on cd one day)
outkast - speakerboxxx/the love below
pearl jam -live in berlin,yield, ten, live on two legs
putumayo presents -brazilian groove
queens of the stone age - songs for the deaf, lullabyes to paralize
ryan adams and the cardinals - cold roses, heartbraker, gold
stone temple pilots - core
the arcade fire - funeral
the band - jericho ( hate it )
the black keys - the last two
the bravery
the chemical brothers - push the button
the faint -all 3
the greatful dead - rockin the rhein ( actually haven't listened to it yet )
the hellacopters - rock and roll is dead
the jayhawks - rainy day music,tommorow the green grass,sound of flies ( meh )
the killers - hot fuss
the rakes - capture/release
the von bondies - both
the white stripes - elephant, white blood cells
tom vek -we have sound
keane
travis - all of them
green day - dookie ( nostalgia, it actually ain't that great )
the doors - all of them
janis joplin - the best of
jimi hendirx - south saturn delta
led zeppelin - II, III, in through the out door, unnamed ( haven't listened to them in years )
aretha franklin - the best of


this is what i've got on my download list so far:

system of a down
beastie boys ( need help on that one, which albums should i download?)
velvet underground ( also ?)
janes addiction - ritual de lo habitual ( anything else?)
the pixies - all the motherfuckers, i wanna hear what everyone's ramblin about
radiohead - kid a, ok computer ( good choices?)
a tribe called quest ( which one?)
de la soul ( the same )
asian dub foundation
moloco
beck
black eyed peas ( i like the last one )
ryan adams ( jacksonville city nights )
louis XIV
jamiroqui -all of them cept for one i have and canned heat
queens of the stone age - the first 2
miles davis - bitches heat is the name i heard satchmo mention?
the mars volta
nina simone

any help would be much appreciated, i like everything cept for punk and metal
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Old 10-20-2005, 06:01 PM   #2 (permalink)
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my recommendations:

beastie boys - Licensed to Ill - 1986 & Hello Nasty - 1998
velvet underground - The Velvet Underground & Nico - 1967
janes addiction - Nothings Shocking - 1988
de la soul - 3 feet high and rising - 1989
beck - Mellow Gold - 1994
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Old 10-20-2005, 06:02 PM   #3 (permalink)
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very cool, and right up my alley...thanks....
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Old 10-20-2005, 06:06 PM   #4 (permalink)
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pick up some sublime too if you dont have any, any album, cant go wrong with sublime.
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Old 10-20-2005, 06:07 PM   #5 (permalink)
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some good rap/hip hop would be nice, i'm completely ignorant of the scene ( no gangsta rap of course, cept for maybe B.I.G , i quite like that "i'm goin goin, back back, to cali cali" song)
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Old 10-20-2005, 06:14 PM   #6 (permalink)
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sh!t, forgot to add the mars volta to the download list, fixed it...
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ok, i tried to stay away from gangsta rap

Fugees: The Score (1996)
Arrested Development: 3 Years 5 Months and 2 Days In The Life (1998)
Dr Dre: The Chronic (1992)
Sage Francis: Personal Journals (2002)
The Notorious B.I.G.: Ready To Die (1994)
Slick Rick: The Great Adventures of Slick Rick (1988)
The Roots: Illadelph Halflife (1996)
Nas - Illmatic (1994)
Talib Kweli + HI-TEK: Reflection Eternal (2000)
Common: Resurrection (1994)
Aesop Rock: Labor Days (2001)
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Old 10-20-2005, 07:05 PM   #8 (permalink)
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anything by Dead Prez or Aesop Rock.

killer **** son.
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Old 10-20-2005, 07:47 PM   #9 (permalink)
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ok, i tried to stay away from gangsta rap

Fugees: The Score (1996)
Arrested Development: 3 Years 5 Months and 2 Days In The Life (1998)
Dr Dre: The Chronic (1992)
Sage Francis: Personal Journals (2002)
The Notorious B.I.G.: Ready To Die (1994)
Slick Rick: The Great Adventures of Slick Rick (1988)
The Roots: Illadelph Halflife (1996)
Nas - Illmatic (1994)
Talib Kweli + HI-TEK: Reflection Eternal (2000)Common: Resurrection (1994)Aesop Rock: Labor Days (2001)
uuummmm....sweeeeeet.....very very nice....
also, would someone mind recommending some good hard core, i know i know, i should check out the hard core section, but please, humor me, the ones i've checked out so far weren't agressive enough, state the name of the album and your favourite song, think on the lines of at the drive-in "arcarsenal"
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they aren't hardcore but....

Satiea - A Retrospective - The Poet You Never Where

more screaming than ATDI, but amazing all the same.
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