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09/10/2004 04:03:26 PM · #51
bruce springsteen - live in NYC
09/10/2004 04:45:42 PM · #52
Gawd it does my heart good to see posyings like this... From the DK's to Nick Drake, Broken Social Scene to Mogwai to Dwight Yoakam & (gasp) Marty Robbins! Man, you guys just made my day a little better. Glad to see I'm not the only music dork here.

I once heard a joke wher the puchline was: "a photographer? what restaurant?"

Having said that, I just got home from applying at a fancy restaurant in town. The cd in my player ws a Coldplay B-sides comp a pal made for me. The cover of Echo and the Bunnymen's "Lips Like Sugar" makes me happy.

I'm getting my cd's together for a beach trip tonight. Her Space Holiday, Soundgarden, and of course Bob will be riding along. Anybody here like Chet Baker?

09/10/2004 04:49:45 PM · #53
My other half is in control of the CD player right now.. and he's playing .. Zodiac Mindwarp and the Love Connection.. oh dear!
09/10/2004 04:51:34 PM · #54
Sergi Rachmaninov - piano concerto's 2 and 3 as played by Bernd Glemser with the polish national radio symphony orchestra, conducted by anton wit.
09/10/2004 06:00:59 PM · #55
Great Rock and Roll Swindle--Sex Pistols

Who killed Bambi?
09/10/2004 06:01:32 PM · #56
Korn & Adema (mixed stuff)...

I want to give a prize to: thatcloudthere, Spanish_Grease, Giega & Imagineer for listing to great music!!!! the prize is a virtual high-5 or something silly like that...
09/10/2004 06:05:33 PM · #57
"Romance of the Violin" by Joshua Bell.

09/10/2004 06:09:06 PM · #58
Originally posted by kyebosh:

Sergi Rachmaninov - piano concerto's 2 and 3 as played by Bernd Glemser with the polish national radio symphony orchestra, conducted by anton wit.


Thank god I'm not the only one listenig to classical music!
09/10/2004 06:21:54 PM · #59
Originally posted by mirdonamy:

Korn & Adema (mixed stuff)...

...


Hooray for Adema think I'll pull that out tonight when I get home.
09/10/2004 06:39:11 PM · #60
Josh Groban, Alessandro Safina, REM, U2, & Broadways Musicals Greatest

but when I'm feeling wild its The Clash, Sex Pistols, NIN, RATM, & Korn.
09/10/2004 06:42:14 PM · #61
In my car: The Best of Sade
At home: Opeth
09/10/2004 06:50:56 PM · #62
Originally posted by Imagineer:

Fluke: Puppy
(Awesome stuff)

Lined up: Chemical Brothers and Keane.

[Heida - isn't that new Prodigy stuff superb!]


Oh man I fucking love it!
We have a prodigy consert here 15. october :D
09/10/2004 06:53:49 PM · #63
Right now I'm listing to MP3s (Rush, Peter Gabriel, U2, Killswitch Engage, Orbital.. all over the place), but the last full CD I listened to was probably Faithless - No Roots.

Originally posted by heida:


[Heida - isn't that new Prodigy stuff superb!]

Oh man I fucking love it!
We have a prodigy consert here 15. october :D


I'm going to have to give this album another listen, because it sounded terrible the first time I listened. heh.
09/10/2004 07:02:34 PM · #64
The Cure: The Cure
09/10/2004 07:03:45 PM · #65
AudioBullys

Stole it from my younger brother. :)


09/10/2004 07:04:45 PM · #66
Wow - there is a lot of great diversity in the music listened to! A lot of it I haven't even heard of. I am curious about Progidy.

The one common name I saw crop up a few times is U2. I have actually grown away from them in recent years, not liking their last couple CD's, but I used to eat, sleep and breath them - and I am anxious to see their new one due out next month I think.
09/10/2004 07:07:06 PM · #67
Originally posted by chiqui74:

Originally posted by kyebosh:

Sergi Rachmaninov - piano concerto's 2 and 3 as played by Bernd Glemser with the polish national radio symphony orchestra, conducted by anton wit.


Thank god I'm not the only one listenig to classical music!


In my other CD player:

Sergei Prokoviev: Romeo & Juliet, especially the Ball parts, dance of the knights and when the guests leave are my favourites. Still need to get my hands on some really good Chopin stuff.


09/10/2004 07:18:50 PM · #68
Björk's new one, Medulla.
09/10/2004 07:28:48 PM · #69
An exploded CD of Linkin Park Meteora. And the bad thing is im serious. My son put it in about 30 minutes ago and it, well, exploded. LOL TRUE!
09/10/2004 07:31:14 PM · #70
Sugarcubes's "it's it" (CD2) is in my car's CD player (Björks's old band).

In my 3xCD player at work where I listen the most to cd's I now have:

The Cure; "Mixed Up"
The Cure; "Boys don't cry"
The Cardigans; "Gran Turismo"

Message edited by author 2004-09-10 19:36:33.
09/10/2004 07:45:48 PM · #71
it changes frequently just depending on my mood, but currently in my car i have--

1. Brandon -- (the cellist from the picture in my portfolio)
2. Radiohead -- 'the bends'
3. total random mix i made with all kinds of stuff from mogwai, bauhaus, sonic youth, suicidal tendencies, ween, slayer, rabbit in the moon, bjork...you name it! :)
4. old school punk mix i made with black flag, misfits, dead kennedys, cramps, ramones etc.
5. another mix of just Diana Krall and Harry Connick Jr. songs
6. The Grey Album (DJ Dangermouse's trippy mix of Jay Z's Black album and the Beatles White album)

and in my home cd player i currently have in Ray Charles -- 'genius loves company' which is just awesome.
09/10/2004 08:25:24 PM · #72
Beethoven 7 2nd movement by Carlos Kleiber

This will change your life!!!!
09/10/2004 08:33:28 PM · #73
CD Player: Fall Out Boy - Take this to your grave
Car - Mixed CD (Pitbull, Elephant Man, Jay-Z & Lloyd Banks)
09/10/2004 08:35:15 PM · #74
CDs? Whazzat? Just kidding. I hardly listen to CDs anymore since I got XM. It's really cool listening to the same stuff/genre between LA and Vegas or at least access to the same stations no matter where I am.
09/10/2004 08:36:49 PM · #75
Originally posted by Spanish_Grease:

Neutral Milk Hotel - In An Aeroplane Over The Sea
The Be Good Tanya's - Blue Horse
Broken Social Scene - You Forgot It In People
Feist - Let It Die
The Jayhawks - Rainy Day Music
Nick Drake - Pink Moon
St. Germain - Tourist
Herbie Mann - Memphis Underground

Lee


Aahhh, yes...it was only a matter of time before I found another. Very good selection!

In fact, I just swapped Sonic Nurse out of my car cd player for 'You forgot it in people' on the way home from work today...
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