i am currently listening to........

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  • edited November 2007
    The last albums I listened to were Hvarf/Heim by Sigur R?s and All Of A Sudden I Miss Everyone - Explosions In The Sky.

    Necros.
  • edited November 2007
    Nothing at all, I've been at work...
    I wanna tell you a story 'bout a woman I know...
  • edited November 2007
    Daft Punk - Veridis Quo, from Discovery
  • edited November 2007
    Somewhere Else - Marillion

    A great album. It's really grown on me in the last 7 (or so) months. 8)

    Necros.
  • edited November 2007
    Juno Reactor - transmissions

    a nice bit of trance :P
    Professional Mel-the-Bell Simulator................"So realistic, I found myself reaching for the Kleenex King-Size!" - Richard Darling
  • edited November 2007
    Fulborn Teversham. No, you've probably never heard of them :-) I've bought more music in the last year than I did in the preceeding decade - but I've bought fewer commercial records in the last year than I have in any year previously. I love my emusic account.
  • edited November 2007
    Luke Vibert -yoseph
    Professional Mel-the-Bell Simulator................"So realistic, I found myself reaching for the Kleenex King-Size!" - Richard Darling
  • edited November 2007
    Nirvana - Bleach, Incesticide and probably In Utero later on.

    Sioux was watching the last episode of Lost last night and wanted to know which song it was that was playing in Jack's car on the way to the funeral. She knew it was Nirvana but didn't recognise the song.

    So I had to check it out and that put me in the mood for their stuff. Well, except for Nevermind :-D
    Oh, no. Every time you turn up something monumental and terrible happens.
    I don’t think I have the stomach for it.
    --Raziel (Legend of Kain: Soul Reaver 2)

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  • edited November 2007
    Amon Tobin - permutations
    Professional Mel-the-Bell Simulator................"So realistic, I found myself reaching for the Kleenex King-Size!" - Richard Darling
  • edited November 2007
    Winston wrote: »
    Fulborn Teversham. No, you've probably never heard of them :-) I've bought more music in the last year than I did in the preceeding decade - but I've bought fewer commercial records in the last year than I have in any year previously. I love my emusic account.

    Would they happen to be from near Cambridge? More info or a Myspace link perchance?
  • zx1zx1
    edited November 2007
    Necros wrote: »
    Air are awesome. Which album are you listening to?


    Their latest cd released quite recently called 'Pocket Symphony'. Probably their best yet.
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  • edited November 2007
    David Essex - Rock On (from the Greatest Hits)


    What? I stand by my listening choice. Jimmy Dean.
  • edited November 2007
    zx1 wrote: »
    Their latest cd released quite recently called 'Pocket Symphony'. Probably their best yet.
    Just realised that I still haven't bought that yet. I must get it soon.

    My faves are Premiers Symptomes and Moon Safari (probably the better of the two). La Femme d'Argent is a brilliant piece of music. :)

    Necros.
  • edited November 2007
    Led Zeppelin - How the West Was Won
    I wanna tell you a story 'bout a woman I know...
  • edited November 2007
    Today so far, I've listened to :-
    • En-Tact - The Shamen
    • I.E.M. 1996-1999 - Incredible Expanding Mindfuck
    • Ten Silver Drops - Secret Machines
    • Variations On A Dream - Pineapple Thief (this is playing right now)
    Necros.
  • edited November 2007
    Today I'm listeneing to:

    The wurring noise and slight hiss my computer makes.

    I have been listening to a lot of music lately and for odd some reason have gone of it.

    I'ts only a phase I know I'll be back to my old music loving self soon.
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  • zx1zx1
    edited November 2007
    karingal wrote: »
    Led Zeppelin - How the West Was Won


    Classic album! One of my faves
    We must perform a quirkafleeg
  • edited January 2008
    the waterboys - this is the sea
    just had fishermans blues on too
    Professional Mel-the-Bell Simulator................"So realistic, I found myself reaching for the Kleenex King-Size!" - Richard Darling
  • edited January 2008
    Radiohead - In Rainbows
    Blur - Modern Life is Rubbish
    The Zutons - Who Killed the Zutons?
  • edited January 2008
    This week I have been mostly listening to:

    Version by Mark Ronson on CD.

    Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark by Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark on Vinyl.
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  • edited January 2008
    Mike Scott - Bring em all in
    Professional Mel-the-Bell Simulator................"So realistic, I found myself reaching for the Kleenex King-Size!" - Richard Darling
  • edited January 2008
    Gilby Clarke - Pawnshop Guitars
    Oh, no. Every time you turn up something monumental and terrible happens.
    I don’t think I have the stomach for it.
    --Raziel (Legend of Kain: Soul Reaver 2)

    https://www.youtube.com/user/VincentTSFP
  • edited January 2008
    Rush - Snakes And Arrows (Great album, a real return to the late 70's Rush era)

    Robert Plant & Alison Krauss - Raising Sand. Mr Plant hasn't sounded this good in years.

    And still can't get Fish - Thirteenth Star out of the CD player. An absolutely stunning album.
    I wanna tell you a story 'bout a woman I know...
  • edited January 2008
    Got this on EP from my Sis. Yep, and that's my sis on da bass!

    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=21viF5ree7A
  • edited January 2008
    Graz wrote: »
    Got this on EP from my Sis. Yep, and that's my sis on da bass!

    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=21viF5ree7A

    Oo


    damn, message too short, lol
    Professional Mel-the-Bell Simulator................"So realistic, I found myself reaching for the Kleenex King-Size!" - Richard Darling
  • edited January 2008
    karingal wrote: »
    Rush - Snakes And Arrows (Great album, a real return to the late 70's Rush era)
    Yeah!, I love Rush :smile:

    Currently listening to:
    A Farewell To Kings - Rush
    All The Best - Stiff Little Fingers
    Live At Donington 1993 - Iron Maiden

    Edit - Also see you like AC/DC, I was big fan for a while but 'new' stuff Brian Johnson era has been hit and miss. Fave albums: Powerage, If you want blood, Highway to Hell and Back In Black. I saw them live on the Razor's Edge (1991) and Stiff Upper Lip (2000) tours.

    Edit2 - I also listen to technology Podcasts from America when driving.
  • edited January 2008
    IN31 wrote: »
    Live At Donington 1993 - Iron Maiden
    I've got that on limited edition 3 disc vinyl.

    it's actually Donington 1992. I was there that day...
    I wanna tell you a story 'bout a woman I know...
  • edited January 2008
    karingal wrote: »
    I've got that on limited edition 3 disc vinyl.

    it's actually Donington 1992. I was there that day...
    Sorry I live in a three story house, sitting on middle floor stomach full of roast chicken and white wine and could not be arsed to go down stairs and check my iPod.

    Blooding Google search was a year out!
  • edited January 2008
    karingal wrote: »
    And still can't get Fish - Thirteenth Star out of the CD player. An absolutely stunning album.

    Seriously? I haven't liked much of what he's done since Raingods..., but Marillion's last effort was awful so I'm willing to give Fish another try if he's back to his old self?
  • edited January 2008
    Dog Eat Dog - In the doghouse: the best and the rest.
    Die Fantastischen vier - Fornika
    The Vandals - Peace through vandalism
    The Electro Hippies - Play fast or die
    Extreme Noise Terror - Extreme Noise Terror
    Extra Hot Sauce - The Taco of Death
    You can't expect me to have lunch with a man who's favourite part of the chicken is the right wing!
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