Arcade Fire: Funeral
Arcade Fire: Funeral
Pennywise ~ Full Circle
M83: Dead Cities, Red Seas & Lost Ghosts
90 Day Men: [I](It (Is) It) Critical Band
90 Day Men: Panda Park & Singles
Ray Charles - Best of Ray Charles
No, you?????Originally Posted by snickersnicker
The Grateful Dead, of course...........what else is there ?
CURSED -- Promised Land
...always and forever. Yoland, why do you love me? Oh, why do you love me?... always and forever.Originally Posted by Fugazi Dave
Prefuse 73: Vocal Studies + Uprock Narratives
Nope. I didn't preorder it because I hate coloured vinyl. I'll be picking it up when I see them. Judging by their latest recordings, it could be really great.Originally Posted by dirtydan
Tonight, recorded a tape for the girl I'm seeing:
The Pine - Running On Empty / Forced Gratitude
The 101 - Wolf
Rockets and Bluelights - Andee
Portrait - Junction at Barcelona
Moonraker - Friendly Fire
Christie Front Drive - Bag
Kolya - Conversation and Smokescreens
Mineral - February
The Shivering - Bound
Plunger - Swallowtale
Rites of Spring - For Want Of
The Promise Ring - Heart of a Broken Story
The Weakerthans - None of the Above
Jawbreaker - Ache
Evergreen - Freight Trains and Windsongs
Moss Icon - Gravity
This is the fourth version of it. It was originally a ninety minute tape, then sixty, then ninety again, and now back to sixty because I ran out of songs that fit and flowed well. I guess I'm sorta happy with the way it turned out, although I wanted to put some more aggressive stuff on it.
when the world is sick
can no one be well?
but i dreamt we was all
beautiful and strong...
Infest - bootleg discography cd
Waylon Jennings "T is for Texas"
The Phantom Limbs! Still haven't been able to see them live...I own 'Displacement', but that's all.Originally Posted by jim-bob
Currently sleep deprived and listening to Soundgirl mix volume 2 that I picked up at a SXSW show..The Donnas, Bloc Party, Louis XIV, Mates of states....good stuff!!!
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I love the phantom limbs. Seen 'em a few million times, it feels like, but could still see them again happily. You should pick up ''applied ignorance" as well, it's a great album.Originally Posted by digadog
Autechre - Amber
Frank Black and the Catholics ~ Show Me Your Tears
"My yellow in this case is not so mellow."
Jack Johnson ~ In Betwen Dreams
30 Foot Fall's "Ph.uck Y'all We're From Texas" is what is playing in the background right now...
"I think it's the duty of the comedian to find out where the line is drawn and cross it deliberately." - George Carlin, 1937-2008
I been listening to the contents of my mp3 player in alpabetical order(by song title) the past two nights at work. Thought I'd try something different since the good ol' shuffle feature isn't really random and I skip stuff that I've heard within the past 2-3 days. Right now I'm on track #211/4504, Amour by Rammstein. Might get out of the A's, tonight....
I like pie!
"The bright flicker of our television screens is the stolen incandescence of a thousand young minds." - Theodore W. Gray
"you taught us to fish while so many others were handing out tuna sandwiches" - Ziggurat