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randya 04-28-04 10:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Fugazi Dave
...Fugazi...

Duh!!! :D

Fugazi Dave 04-29-04 12:23 AM

Yeah, it's pretty much a given, isn't it?

And now I'm listening to Electro-Shock Blues by the Eels. Effin' fantastic album.

Doctor Who 04-29-04 07:24 AM

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Originally Posted by Fugazi Dave
Yeah, it's pretty much a given, isn't it?

And now I'm listening to Electro-Shock Blues by the Eels. Effin' fantastic album.

I need to get that.

I'm keen on Franz Ferdinand's new one, and of course, Bonnie "Prince" Billy.

Fugazi Dave 04-29-04 10:36 AM

The new Eels is pretty good, too. I was pleasantly surprised.

Currently rocking out to Nirvana's Incesticide

randya 04-29-04 06:18 PM

Today - the Mekons, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Big Sugar, Popa Chubby and the MC5. And KMHD jazz, 89.1 FM, also on the web for those of you that need a jazz fix and can't get one on your local radio station http://www.kmhd.org/

pitboss 04-29-04 06:54 PM

I just picked up two really great CDs:
The Philadelphia Experiment: ReMixed
The Detroit Experiment

both from Rope-a-Dope
www.ropeadope.com

hear it to understand it...

Fugazi Dave 04-29-04 08:48 PM

Rocked by **** ~ Evolution Control Committee

Doctor Who 04-29-04 09:24 PM

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Originally Posted by randya
Today - the Mekons, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Big Sugar, Popa Chubby and the MC5. And KMHD jazz, 89.1 FM, also on the web for those of you that need a jazz fix and can't get one on your local radio station http://www.kmhd.org/


Goddamn. I love the Mekons. And I thought I was the only person left in the US who did. :)

Is anyone else as excited as I am about the new Mission of Burma CD that comes out this Tuesday?

skitbraviking 04-29-04 10:00 PM

Recently picked up a copy of The Hellacopters' CREAM OF THE CRAP VOL. 2. Rock does live on!

Fugazi Dave 04-30-04 12:33 AM

Currently listening to the Dischord Records box set. Quite possibly the best value in box sets in rock history.

skitbraviking 04-30-04 09:52 AM

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Originally Posted by Fugazi Dave
Currently listening to the Dischord Records box set. Quite possibly the best value in box sets in rock history.

How much?

Fugazi Dave 04-30-04 07:55 PM

$20 for 3 discs and a book. Beat that.

Teardrop ~ Massive Attack

jim-bob 04-30-04 10:41 PM

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Originally Posted by MERTON
does anyone here like pink floyd and rush?

Have you been smoking your roommate's pot?

jim-bob 04-30-04 10:42 PM

In other news : I'm on a serious nomeansno binge again.

skitbraviking 05-01-04 12:22 AM

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Originally Posted by Fugazi Dave
$20 for 3 discs and a book. Beat that.

Teardrop ~ Massive Attack

Nice price.

Also been seriously admiring the TV ON THE RADIO album Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes. It exists on it's own plane.

Doctor Who 05-01-04 12:31 AM

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Originally Posted by skitbraviking
Nice price.

Also been seriously admiring the TV ON THE RADIO album Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes. It exists on it's own plane.

That is indeed good stuff. Is it doo-wop? Is it indie-rock?

Yeah, it's an album worth owning.

Personally, tonight I was blasting Unrest "Perfect Teeth". What a fantastic album for a perfect spring night.

Fugazi Dave 05-01-04 12:45 AM

Turn on the Bright Lights ~ Interpol

Great album for drunken solitude

pitboss 05-01-04 12:55 PM

I have that spinning almost every day at work...call it my midday Calgon. I cannot get enough of that disc.
Another good disc I picked up used:
Thelonius Monk~Genius of Modern Music, Vol1

seely 05-01-04 01:09 PM

Lately I've been listening the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Weezer. Thrown in a little Postal Service and Jim Crawford Band every now and then too.

Hatsephsut 05-01-04 04:57 PM

"Goddamn. I love the Mekons. And I thought I was the only person left in the US who did"

I like Mekons - also like Waco Bros

today I've been listening to Yellowcard, Three Days Grace, Buzzcocks, Naked Raygun, The Gamma Men, and Lynyrd's Innards

pitboss 05-01-04 05:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Hatsephsut
Naked Raygun

that brings back memories of Tuts, Oz, Metro, Igloo...man, I miss good Chicago Bands, especially the Effigies.

BeTheChange 05-01-04 06:10 PM

I'm like to see everyone likes non-mainstream stuff. Here's a tip, listen to some Evergreen Terrace or Stretch Arm Strong then go for a ride. That stuff makes me want to just go nuts, it's great. I like me some hardcore, punk, emo, indie, and some bluegrass. Oh yeah, a good little-known band is called Jaya The Cat. Go to their website and listen to "the wilderness", http://www.goldcircle.com/jayathecat/jayasoundcheck.htm it's a song I think a lot of the bikers can relate to. Peace

OneTinSloth 05-01-04 06:23 PM

bad religion - "you" later i'll be listening to the fleshies and SHAT (hopefully).

Hatsephsut 05-01-04 06:35 PM

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Originally Posted by [165]
that brings back memories of Tuts, Oz, Metro, Igloo...man, I miss good Chicago Bands, especially the Effigies.

I just figured out the easy reply button - idiot - anyway, then you should have gone to Metro for the benefit and seen Pegboy, last month I think it was? shame on you if you didn't :-)

Larry opened with something to the effect of "it's not our own show so I don't have to make an a**hole of myself tonight" - which of course, if you know Larry's style, means he gave great show

jim-bob 05-01-04 07:27 PM

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Originally Posted by [165]
that brings back memories of Tuts, Oz, Metro, Igloo...man, I miss good Chicago Bands, especially the Effigies.

man, you're even older than i am.


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