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Old 02-02-2007, 07:40 AM   #41
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As in "here" do you mean Germany?
No, as you could read in the message i live in The Netherlands (thats next to Germany).

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Old 02-02-2007, 08:20 PM   #42
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Leslie West aka The Great Fastby who along with Felix Pappalardi formed Mountain in 69. Mountain had one big with Mississippi Queen which is not a staple of Classic Rock Radio. Besides being an excellent guitarist he is also known for his signature tone sound. I live the tone of his guitar.

The album that I am listening to is Dodgin' the Dirt

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Old 02-02-2007, 10:18 PM   #43
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I Disappear
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Master of Puppets
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Songs by one of the greatest rock group of all time, Metallica, which is one of my favorite groups due to their music, which is out of this world.
Guitar and drumbs mixed with the lyrics equals very addictive music, which Metallica has mastered, giving their fans what they like, hardcore rock.
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Old 02-02-2007, 10:19 PM   #44
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The Last Mall - Steely Dan - Everything Must Go

Steely Dan: Sophisticated music with intelligent lyrics, presented through a jaded, jaundiced looking glass looking towards the seedy side of modern urban life.
Slathered thick with some economical yet killer playing by some of the best studio sidemen in the business. And all wrapped up in the best produced and recorded pop/jazz/rock albums in the history of recording.

In other words: Great stuff!


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Old 02-03-2007, 10:26 AM   #45
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I Disappear
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Master of Puppets
King Nothing

Songs by one of the greatest rock group of all time, Metallica, which is one of my favorite groups due to their music, which is out of this world.
Guitar and drumbs mixed with the lyrics equals very addictive music, which Metallica has mastered, giving their fans what they like, hardcore rock.
Am I the only one still in the illusion that Metallica is trash metal?

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Old 02-03-2007, 11:23 AM   #46
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I'm listening to David Bowie - Come and Buy Me Toys. It's from what I believe to be his first album, simply titled David Bowie. It has a lot of good tunes in it and is nice to listen to what he wrote before he made it big.


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Old 02-03-2007, 11:49 AM   #47
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Soulful Terrain - Eric Johnson - Tones

Off his first major label album. Overall I find this CD to be way too heavy on his weaker poppy-ish vocal tracks... but the instrumental tracks on this record are among my favorites. Great-sounding CD though...

Zap (another instrumental off the same album)

Cliffs Of Dover (His most famous track)


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Old 02-03-2007, 12:09 PM   #48
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Speaking of Metallica, I'm currently listening to Path by Apocalyptica, a cello quartet from Finland most commonly known for their rather unique covers of Metallica songs. Aside from covers they do melodies (can't really call them songs since there are no vocals) of their own as well, and I believe Path to be one of them.
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Old 02-03-2007, 12:34 PM   #49
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Soulful Terrain - Eric Johnson - Tones

Off his first major label album. Overall I find this CD to be way too heavy on his weaker poppy-ish vocal tracks... but the instrumental tracks on this record are among my favorites. Great-sounding CD though...

Zap (another instrumental off the same album)

Cliffs Of Dover (His most famous track)
Man, I didn't realize it came out that long ago. Haven't heard that one in ages (Cliffs of Dover) though. good tune.
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Old 02-03-2007, 12:45 PM   #50
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Yeah... he does have a habit of spending the better part of a decade in the studio making each album.


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Old 02-03-2007, 01:02 PM   #51
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Speaking of Metallica, I have a cover of Seek and Destroy done by Agent Orange, a So-Cal Punk band known for their experimenting with Surf/Punk. I have their first album Living In Darkness, its one of my favourite albums The cover itself is done in their pretty unique style, complete with surf-style drumming

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Old 02-03-2007, 01:51 PM   #52
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Yeah... he does have a habit of spending the better part of a decade in the studio making each album.
Trying to give Boston a run for their money.......
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Old 02-03-2007, 01:53 PM   #53
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Heh! True enough...


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Old 02-03-2007, 01:55 PM   #54
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What's wromg with you people Metallica is the most overrated band ever. They only have 2 good albums and those are Master of Puppets and Ride the Lightning. Beyond that some songs from other albums are enjoyable but the rest is ****ty.


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Old 02-03-2007, 03:37 PM   #55
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What's wromg with you people Metallica is the most overrated band ever. They only have 2 good albums and those are Master of Puppets and Ride the Lightning. Beyond that some songs from other albums are enjoyable but the rest is ****ty.
Dude, the last person to talk about Metallica directly was Grey Master. You should rephrase that opening sentence, otherwise people might feel insulted, like me for instance.....well actually, not really.

Anyways, I'm currently listening to Gyasi Went Home by Bedouin Soundclash, They are a Canadian band whose sound is kind of a mix of reggae/soul. Good stuff!

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Old 02-03-2007, 05:33 PM   #56
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Brian May - Starfleet Project

A mini solo album that Brian put out in 1983.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Fleet_Project


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Old 02-03-2007, 06:19 PM   #57
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Didn't Eddie Van Halen have something to do with that too?

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What's wrong with you people Metallica is the most overrated band ever. They only have 2 good albums and those are Master of Puppets and Ride the Lightning. Beyond that some songs from other albums are enjoyable but the rest is ****ty.
It's called 'differences of opinion'... last I heard it was still OK for people to have them.

But I do know a lot of other hardcore metal guys who really, REALLY hate Metallica for some reason. Never quite understood it myself, but whatever...


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Old 02-03-2007, 11:16 PM   #58
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Land of Confusion-----Disturbed

This is one of my favorite rock bands, this song has a feel like it belongs from a video game, and its very nice to listen to.
Thanks for posting this info. I have heard this version of "Land of Confusion" quite a few times on the radio lately, but I didn't know who did it until now. Even though I like the original version by Genesis, I like the heavier edge that Disturbed gives the song.

Anyway, right now I am listening to.....

Me Against The World
by Lizzy Borden

The reason I like it so much is because it isn't a very hard song to play on the guitar and it is a great heavy metal anthem.


EDIT: about Metallica......I used to be a fan. I liked every album from Kill 'Em All through the Black Album. Then Load came out. I thought the title was short for "Load of S**t." I never cared for anything they did from that point on. However, I really began hating them so bad over that big tizzy they spearheaded over the original Napster. I think they lost a lot of fans over that. Even Motley Crue came out and called them hypocrites because in the beginning, Metallica gave away their music as a promotional tool to get themselves heard. They sold out, plain and simple. I don't even want to listen to their early songs now because of it.


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Old 02-06-2007, 06:59 AM   #59
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It wasn't very large
There was just enough room to cram the drums
In the corner over by the Dodge
It was a fifty-four
With a mashed up door
And a cheesy little amp
With a sign on the front said
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And a second-hand guitar
It was a Stratocaster with a whammy bar...
Zappa... hell yeah, Zappa...

What more needs to be said... other than the world could really use him back right about now. His point of view on world events is sorely missed...

Oops... just switched to Cheap Trick - I Want You To Want Me (Live) - At Budokan

Also very excellent...


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Old 02-06-2007, 10:23 AM   #60
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Couldn't have said it better myself MdKnightR.
Also I am a metal purist so offcourse I hate new metallica.

DevilDriver - I Could Care Less
This is something even a metal purist like myself can enjoy.
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Old 02-06-2007, 09:53 PM   #61
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Jeff Healey Band - Hell to Pay album. The music is a combination of Blues and Rock. The album was his sophomore effort coming out in 1990.


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Old 02-10-2007, 04:29 AM   #62
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Nirvana - Heart-Shaped Box.

I learned, Thursday, that my girlfriend's doctor found cancer cells in her breast. Fortunately she was smart and talked to her doctor and they detected them in time that it shouldn't be too serious. But it's still scary. When I heard about it, I immediately started thinking about the line in this song where he says "I wish I could eat your cancer when you turn black", just running on repeat.


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Old 02-10-2007, 03:49 PM   #63
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Oh man Sithy. I hope she'll be ok.


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Old 02-16-2007, 03:34 PM   #64
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Godhead - End of Days

A school buddy turned me on to them. Check out their cd The Shadow Line. It's a pretty good listen.
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Australia - The Shins.

I actually just saw The Shins live last night, it was an AWESOME show. I've been listening to their stuff all day



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Old 02-16-2007, 06:41 PM   #66
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I've recently delved into my dads old cd collection and found a few that I like pretty well. So I've been listening to Eric Clapton, Genesis, and Santana a pretty good amount the last week or so.

Right now I'm listening to Abacab by Genesis.


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Old 02-16-2007, 11:04 PM   #67
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Hmmm Phil Collins eh?

Listening to Rebellion by The Arcade Fire. Can't wait for Neon Bible to come out.


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The Arcade Fire suck.

At the moment, "One Thing" by Finger Eleven (Wiki-version). This is from their self-titled album, Finger Eleven. Also, I am listenin' to one of their newer tracks, "Paralyzer" which is on their new album, Them vs. You vs. Me.


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The Arcade Fire suck.
Suicide is the only answer. Seppuku is the only way for you to regain some of your honor.


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Eisley - Room Noises

Not just one song, but a whole album. Eisley is an indie pop rock back I've recently gotten into. Their stuff is mellow and easy to listen to, thanks to the beautiful vocals by Sherri and Stacy DuPree. They get extra brownie points for naming themselves after the town of Mos Eisley. :3




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Pull Me Under - Dream Theater - Images And Words

Still the best of all the prog-metal bands in my opinion. I worked a show on the tour supporting this album. I didn't know any of their music at the time, but they held my interest the entire show. These boys can play...


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At the moment, "One Thing" by Finger Eleven (Wiki-version).
Oh my god, i love that song, heard it while playing SSX 3. Could never seem to find more of their stuff

Edit: or that may have been Good Times. Either way.
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I just learned that Within Temptation is about to release a new album, The Heart of Everything, next month. Seems like they will mix their typical symphonic metal sound with a few more "normal" rock songs this time. I rarely ever pre-order anything, but this is one exception.

Since I like almost all of their music this put me in the mood to listen to a marathon of older Within Temptation songs:

From the Mother Earth album I listened to the ballad Our Farewell, a great song that gives me some celtic associations for some reason, and Ice Queen and The Promise which both are more typical of their style of symphonic heavy metal.

Further I listened to See who I am from The Silent Force album which has a very high goose bump factor.

Running up that hill, a great cover of the old Kate Bush song, from the single with the same name.

I rounded off with Restless from the Enter album, another ballad with great singing from Sharon, the band's lead singer.

(The above linked youtube live clips I dug up to illustrate have rather poor sound quality, but should still give some idea of what they sound like. )


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*Moel is jammin' to The Beastie Boys - The Sounds of Science

From their album Paul's Boutique. Its probably my least favorite album of theirs that I have, but I like this song fairly well.

I have iTunes on shuffle mode, so previously I've been listening to I Can't Stand It by Eric Clapton, You Know My Name by Chris Cornell, and Ziggy Stardust by David Bowie. I've only recently gotten into Clapton but I've turned out to like his stuff. I haven't heard any other Chris Cornell songs but I love this one, the theme to Casino Royale. And David Bowie is one of my all-time favs.


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Why Does the Sun Shine?(The Sun is a Mass of Incandesent Gas) by They Might be Giants

Educational fun for everyone!

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The Ramones - Blitzkrieg Bop

Ay! Oh! Let's go!

Rock deconstructed back just about far as you can go and still leave the essence of rock.
I'm not a fan of punk... but even I have to admit that these guys never wrote or recorded a song that wasn't instantly catchy as hell. Genius... though they would probably disagree.


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I've totally been ignoring Audioslave's last few albums. I've always just looped their first album when I needed a fix so now I'm catching up on them. Doesn't Remind Me from their album Out of Exile is what I'm currently jamming to.
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Fleetwood Mac Oh Well off of the Then Play On album. This is from the Peter Green era of Fleetwood Mac. The sound for this era was heavily influenced by the Chicago Blues sound. This song however is more of a progressive rock sound.


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Ooh La La - The Faces

I have to say, this was the best ending song in a movie ever. Slomo dancing while fireworks and stuff went off in the background. Man, I wish I had Rushmore on DVD... At least I've got some of the soundtrack.

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I've totally been ignoring Audioslave's last few albums. I've always just looped their first album when I needed a fix so now I'm catching up on them. Doesn't Remind Me from their album Out of Exile is what I'm currently jamming to.
That's my favorite track on the album. Their newest one, Revelations, has some good ones as well: Revelations, One and the Same, Original Fire, and Shape of Things to Come (I like this one lots).

Recently I've been listening to:

Clint Mansell - The Fountain OST (pure lurrrrrve)

The Kronos Quartet - Requiem for a Dream OST (side effect of the above)

Collective Soul - A bunch of their more awesomer songs from all their albums, including (but not limited to!) Under Heaven's Skies, December, Home, Needs, Blame, Forgiveness, Turn, Why Pt. 2, and She Said.

Nine Inch Nails - Their entire "Broken" album. It's really good! I like all of the tracks on it. With other NiN albums I have I can usually skip a few tracks, but this one's full of good ones. Physical (You're So) and Happiness in Slavery are probably the best ones out of a great bunch.


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