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Metallica - Black Album

Yeah. One of those days.


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Manic Street Preachers- The Holy Bible



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Eat Static - Kalika

(I have about 7 of their tracks, all from different albums).


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as i type this, my room mate is singing a medley of Tom Jones songs...if i kill him, i don't think theres a jury outside of Wales that'll convict me



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I heard Natalie Merchant cover Sympathy for the Devil this morning. I'm not sure how I feel about this.


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I kinda like her cover. It's a different spin on one of my favorite songs.


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Have you guys listened to my band yet? Razz

/SHAMELESS PLUG

(In keeping with the thread, I've recently been listening to Love Is Here by Starsailor which is an album I've not listened to in <i>years</i> and is providing a massive dose of Nostalgia Smile)


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"Fairytales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten"

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Oh wow. I remember buying that Starsailor record when it came out. I may even still have it somewhere.

In the series "obscure subgenres no-one else gives a crap about", I'm listening to Ahab.


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As sweet as fresh-cooked Babycakes. Yahr!
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king's x - live love in london

new king's x is always cause for rejoicing!


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Gaslight Anthem - Here's looking at you kid.

With bonus outbreak of 'Ole, ole, ole' midway, because its a recoding from last night in Belfast and we are Just That Oldschool.


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A nice variety of Appalachian murder ballads thanks to the twitterverse.


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Snow Patrol

Another huge nostalgia kick for me (I listened the fuck out of the 'Eyes Open' album when I split up with one of my boyfriends).

It's an unpopular thing to say, but Snow Patrol used to be bloody good songwriters. Final Straw was an excellent album.


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Did you know? When it snows, my eyes become large and the light that you shine can't be seen.

EP now available for FREE download! Click Here

"Fairytales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten"

a peek inside the whirlwind of my thoughts
 
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newest Agalloch record.


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A little bit of ELO.


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Dolly Parton's Christmas album Smile


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Looped video of "Do You Want To Date My Avatar?" on Youtube... I just finished rewatching all of the Guild.

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i've been listening to a lot of the stuff i used to listen to in high school lately, right now i'm listening to The Great Pacific Ocean by Thrush Hermit



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i was listening to the newest Metric album about half an hour ago



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The new Mountain Goats album "All Eternals Deck" is streaming on NPR's First Listen right now! It's full of awesome and I can't wait for the tour.


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