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09/11/2004 12:12:13 PM · #101
Nice selection Laurie. I keep Dwight in the CD as a backup when the radio DJ's start having brain farts. We only have a few country stations up here and I think they all have the same owner. During non-prime hours, they all have the same soundtrack playing.

Originally posted by laurielblack:

Originally posted by TooCool:

Originally posted by laurielblack:

"Live Like You Were Dying" by Tim McGraw (EXCELLENT CD, by the way)

Tim McGraw, isn't he...(ugh) Country? It's OK though, you have a pass bein' from Texas and all...

well that's a good thing, because waiting in line to be played in the car right now are Kenny Chesney, Toby Keith, and Jimmy Buffett!

At home, I have been listening to my 80s music as of late, reliving fond memories of my youth... The last few CDs listened to this week are The Cure - Mixed Up, New Order - Sustenance, and the soundtrack to Pretty in Pink.

My husband's 6 CD changer has Chuck Mangione - Live the Hollywood Bowl, Faith No More - Angel Dust, Santana - Supernatural, Journey's Greatest Hits, Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Sugar Sex Magic, and Metallica's Black Album.

We have a pretty wide range of tastes... ;o)
09/11/2004 12:30:57 PM · #102
Originally posted by ericlimon:

don't any of you listen to 8 tracks anymore?
I have a whole box in my car,

and a thumpin' kenwood player!

You should hear me comin' down the street...

whump whump

yeah i've got an 8 track... and a 33/45/78 player and media for all of those XD
09/11/2004 12:46:57 PM · #103
hum...Lord of the Rings soundtrack in my room, Sean Paul on my computer!
09/11/2004 01:37:49 PM · #104
Originally posted by Azrifel:

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.

Damn, Prokofiev's Dance of the Knights from Romeo and Juliet is my fav classical piece! VNV Nation made it even cooler on their PastPerfect DVD.
09/11/2004 02:06:35 PM · #105
The Hives - Tyrannosaurus Hives
09/11/2004 02:21:01 PM · #106
People still use CD players? How 20th centry!

Portishead, btw. On my computer mp3. I use my CD's only once. :)
09/12/2004 08:58:12 PM · #107
Bob Seger - Nine Tonight - "We've Got Tonight"

09/12/2004 09:00:32 PM · #108
Coming up!

AC DC "Back In Black"
09/12/2004 11:25:01 PM · #109
Newsong -- Sheltering Trees

And whatever my toddler happens to have put in there.
09/13/2004 12:12:07 AM · #110
At the moment - Duran Duran (cant wait for the new album), Thompson Twins, Cyndi Lauper, Prodigy, Moby (great to paint to),
Hubbie - Prodigy, Prodigy, Prodigy (bought it for him for fathers day)
09/13/2004 12:19:29 AM · #111
CD Player? Enya: Paint the Sky with Stars...but on my computer which I'm listening to: 1139 various songs, clips, and short movies.
09/13/2004 12:25:00 AM · #112
string, dhaani.
09/13/2004 02:54:02 AM · #113
Here, Tom Petty...
At the house I'm remodeling, I listen to books on CD while I'm working. I just finished listending to Deception Point by Dan Brown.

09/13/2004 06:34:28 AM · #114
Originally posted by heida:

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

Just in case you haven't seen it ...

I still can't figure out how to get my 12"s into a CD player ; )
09/13/2004 08:06:30 AM · #115

Message edited by author 2004-09-14 01:49:28.
09/13/2004 08:25:40 AM · #116
I recently found TwelveGirlsBand(Clock)and love that to chill to.

I'm listening to a CD I burned, I mean found, that's a mix of :

Meet Virginia - Train
Black Betty - Ram Jam
Last Dance With Mary Jane - Tom Petty
Come Along - Titiyo
Hole In The World - Eagles
Just Like Starting Over - John Lennon

and stuff :)

09/13/2004 08:50:37 AM · #117

Message edited by author 2004-09-13 08:51:59.
09/13/2004 08:51:17 AM · #118
Starting my morning with Schiller - Leben
09/13/2004 01:22:57 PM · #119
The Reverend Horton Heat
The Toadies
Gang of Four
Soul Coughing
Art Blakey
Julian Bream

My iTunes library has 10.5gb of music -- 5 days, 22 hours worth. Whoohoo! It's the only thing that gets me through my work day.
06/10/2005 01:58:15 AM · #120
Nora Jones
Mariah Carey (her first one)
Guns N Roses
Motley Crue
Disturbed (my BF's)
06/10/2005 02:01:49 AM · #121
Originally posted by heida:

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heida! my hubbie and son would love you. They both love prodigy.

I have a mixture disc on, the verve, marilyn manson, RATM, eva cassidy,
06/10/2005 02:01:54 AM · #122
hyperspace clusterfuck

74-minute mix of mostly downtempo stuff - well worth the download, if you're into that sort of thing!
06/10/2005 02:02:56 AM · #123
CD Player? I listen to XM Satellite Radio now, it's usually tuned to "SQUIZZ" the new rock channel.
06/10/2005 02:04:30 AM · #124
Eliza Carthy
06/10/2005 02:08:35 AM · #125
Well, right now at this point and time I've got Vivaldi - the Four Seasons, Lakme - The Flower Duet, Some Pachabel - Canon in D playing on my winamp... as you can see, I'm trying to mellow out before I head to bed (whenever that may be).

Otherwise, I normally have a good mixture of the Dropkick Murphys, Dispatch, Guster, Jack Johnson, Johnny Cash, Kaiser chiefs, the Decemberists, Muse, Tori Amos, Foo Fighters, Esthero and a bunch of other stuff spinning throughout the day.
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