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Tag Team - "Whoomp: There It Is" (Low Rider Heavy Bass Mix)


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...and now... thanks to people sending me the link...

http://bit.ly/fWL08v

/headdesk


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I've been listening to The Black Key's "Brothers" and a little Elmore James and Muddy Waters, been in a blues exploration mood for the past year.


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Sainthood by Tegan And Sara



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Eluveitie Swiss folk metal!


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Graf watching Daria on LOGO...


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Little Lion Man.

LOVE this song, particularly the bridge. I know this is their most popular track and all, but in this case I think it's not just because of airplay, but because it's fockin' awesome.

Caution: more NSFW than the language in this post.


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The Colour of Magic by Terry Pratchett. Another attempt to warm to the Disc World everybody is raving about for ages. I gave it several tries with different books (the last time after I read Good Omens which I enjoyed immensly) of the series recommended by trusted friends but I never finished one. And that hardly ever happens to me.
I fall asleep listening ... oh well.


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And just to make this clear: I think there must be something wrong with *me* and certainly not with Terry Pratchett.


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Actually, The Colour of Magic and the nearly direct sequel to it, The Light Fantastic are the two weakest Discworld books and I would recommend starting the whole series with either Mort or Wyrd Sisters or Guards! Guards!

There are a LOT of recommendations in the Terry Pratchett thread. At least I think it's in there. We babble about Pratchett a lot and recommend Discworld books a lot too.

Good Omens is a favourite of mine!


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Oh, don't worry - The Color of Magic is really not the most interesting Discworld book. I started it twice and put it away because I got bored. I'm limiting myself to the City Watch-centric books now (Guards! Guards!, Men at Arms, Feet of Clay, Jingo...), since I find those characters the most interesting - Sam Vimes is THE MAN! Big Grin

(sorry for the divergence, mods - should we take it to the Other Writers section?)

edit - Maeve beat me to it!
 
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Been spinning the new Fiona Apple album the past three days.

It's a good 'un.
 
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Coraline, the Audiobook which I bought thanks to the board.
Whenever I pondered buying it before my research only brought it up read by someone else and I decided against buying. Now I own the shiny reading by Neil himself. Not very far in yet and I dread the button eyes ... always give me the creeps when reading the book.


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Coraline is not entirly listed to but it is friday, time for may favourite podcast: Mark Kermode and Simon Mayos film reviews on bbc five live. I love this show!


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Currently in the midst of an Anna Von Hausswolff inspired playlist on Pandora. My earholes are pleased.


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Frank Turner!

Apparently I have a type: scrawny guy with guitar, simple chords, but can also get quite complex, easy to sing along to earworms, punk spirit, prolific poet, inevitably UKian/Kiwi/Aussie


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Ska. The answer is always ska.


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