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Surlysomething

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What are you diggin' these days?

See what your friendly fat boy or fat boy loving girl is listening to!


Here's a cool link for you all to enjoy
it's SXSW '09 music player...free tracks to enjoy from the artists that will be there this year. Hit the mic!


:cool:
 

Ninja Glutton

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Recently I've been listening to The Cure nonstop as well as some Sigur Ros, Pavement, Pixies, Miles Davis, Minus The Bear, Fair To Midland, and the usuals like Tool and The Mars Volta
 

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Wagner, Wagner and more Wagner...

Ok, today it was To-Mera, Wagner, Gojira, Wagner, Abigail WIlliams...wait for it...wait for it...and....Wagner.



-Uriel
 

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A lot of old God Module and new Prodigy (seeing them in March!!!!!!).

However, at this exact moment I am listening to Blind Guardian.
 

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Lately, I've been listening to the free music on AOL.com, mostly Best of 1978. And when I have ITunes up, I have my disco and soft rock going.
 

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I've been on a Queens of the Stoneage kick. I've had their album, "Songs for the Deaf" for a while, but I didn't really sit down and listen to it until a few weeks ago.

Ya know how it is... re-discovering albums you didn't even know you had. Nice.
 

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I've been on a Queens of the Stoneage kick. I've had their album, "Songs for the Deaf" for a while, but I didn't really sit down and listen to it until a few weeks ago.

Ya know how it is... re-discovering albums you didn't even know you had. Nice.

Love them! Burn the Witch is one of my favorite songs ever.
 

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I have not been able to stop listening to the new Bronx album lately. It kicks so much ass.
 

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I've been on a Queens of the Stoneage kick. I've had their album, "Songs for the Deaf" for a while, but I didn't really sit down and listen to it until a few weeks ago.
Songs for the Deaf was their best album, I think. Although R is a close second.

I've been stuck in a Malice Mizer (plus Pancakes, Cure, and BNL) kick, but still aweing over the Polysics show. :smitten:

Now where am I going to get an orange jump suit..
 

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I'm gravitating back to the white album, other than that, an extremely unhealthy amount of Wings and the Beastie Boys. On my indie side, it's still MGMT, Justice, and Ra Ra Riot.
 

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The Cure (obviously, couldn't really live without Robert Smith's voice in my life) :wubu:
Current 93 (not a lot of people know C93 or David Tibet, but again, along the same line as The Cure for me)
Johnny Cash :smitten:
Eluvium (great to play poker to)
Modest Mouse
Christian Death (and Rozz Williams solo stuff)
Harvest Rain :bow:
Acid Bath (and Dax Riggs solo stuff)
Joy Division
The Smiths
Red House Painters
Sublime

This is a lot of my current mix. Props to Slayer, Pink Floyd, and Pavement as well :)
 
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