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is tired of these monkey-fighting snakes on this Monday to Friday plane
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AFI - new album - yeah!


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-Look, I've got a cape and a tendency towards violence. It does not make me a superhero! ~ Domitella
-The key thing to remember about historians is that we are entirely capable of being objective, empirical and batshit crazy. ~ Dr. Marvinmarymac
 
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Originally posted by Marvinmarymac:

My current album-on-loop is Josh RItter's Animal Years. Although being as it was Blues on the Bay this weekend, I heard a lot of jazz as I wandered past pubs, and seriously need to dig out the Van Morrison cds. The man made his soundcheck sound good.


Animal years is a great album
 
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Starving artist doctor - well, not starving, but if you happen to have an extra biscuit lying around . . .
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It really is.
Having seen him live a couple of weeks ago, I'm even more impressed with it. Especially that he can come out with some of those songs and still be the sweet funny guy that you meet afterwards.

I do have serious reservations about the beard though.


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You are a Leprechaun. I'm not even sure what you are. Whiskey-soaked reports from your baffling Isle of Ire raise more questions than they answer. Are you a dwarf? Where's your pickax? If you're an elf, why don't you cobble? You'd think with all your gold, you could invest in some land, perhaps a title, and improve your station. Instead, you hide it in meteorologically-determined locations. You're getting killed on inflation, little friend!
 
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Originally posted by soylent crow:
having just gotten a chance to listen to your CD all the way through, i think millionaire's waltz has some highly amusing possibilities in your hands.



Hehehe... yes, it does. We're thinking a lot in terms of amusing possibilities for these covers...

Hey, let me know what you think of the record! (PM if you prefer)


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This thread successfully intrigued me enough to make me go download some Gogol Bordello (from Limewire), and I liked it so much I had to buy an album from iTunes the same day. (See, piracy does work!) Thank you, guys.

Gypsy punk is so awesome. Big Grin In the old times it was not a crime!

I was thinking today of how little I listen to music radio- not since John Peel died, anyway. The great thing about his show was that you heard all kinds of music that you would never otherwise stumble upon and experience. But now, the internet makes discovering odd and obscure masterpieces so much easier.. through word of mouth like here, or music blogs, like TTIKTDA, or whatever. I really think that piracy means everyone can love music like John Peel did (even if crazy bands aren't in the habit of sending you their records for free...).

...sorries, just a rambling thought.
Cool thread Smile
 
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Thats why I love volunteering for FBi. DJs can play whatever. Heck, when Grant from the Go-Betweens died I e-mailed them a random Peel session of Belle & Sebestian literally singing their praises and they played it... no worries about copywright or anything.

Has anyone listened to Bob Dylan's new sattalite radio show? I need podcasts or something.

Anyone else on Last.fm?
 
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I'm curious as to what Dylan would play on a radio show. Half of the tracklist is probably his own songs Wink


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Haha.
I don't think so, though most other music is inferior to him.

I kid.

Sorta.

I think he plays everthing from blues to jazz to early hip-hop, which would mean Dylan has less conservative tastes then me and the show would actually expose me to new (ish) music.
 
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heh... Interesting. I guess it kinda makes sense, actually.


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Y'know, the words "Dylan has a radio show" would have been much more shocking before I heard the words "Prince was on American Idol".


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I am waiting for the Dylan Starbucks commercial.
This is reaally goood coffeeee. Smile

So does anyone recommend that I buy the last Grandaddy album. I have heard a few tracks that I like but nothing that I love.


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I hear it's a bit of a letdown, really. Stick with the first 3.


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Dylan's radio show has themes. His first was "weather."


High Ranking Official of the Realm of Unproductivity and Procrastination,
Dean of the UUP, First Class member of the order of the Pineapple.
-scruffy ambulating reanimated hypothetical vegetarian leigonairre of the undead. ~ Cav
-Look, I've got a cape and a tendency towards violence. It does not make me a superhero! ~ Domitella
-The key thing to remember about historians is that we are entirely capable of being objective, empirical and batshit crazy. ~ Dr. Marvinmarymac
 
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I'm a little slow with new music lately, but I just heard a song from Starsailor's third album on pandora. I didn't know Starsailor had a third album! Does anyone else listen to them?

Or are they too similar to Coldplay for everyone's taste? Razz


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I kinda liked their first CD, but lost interest a while back, really.


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I love the song : Good Souls.
I have that cd but I don't know what it is called. The rest of the disc never really grabbed me.


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yeah, it's very, ah, unobstrusive.


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Originally posted by silly gypsy punk:
Dylan's radio show has themes. His first was "weather."


Stoorrrmmmmy weeatther when my baby and I ain't together.


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Always having the perfect gift: priceless
 
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Starving artist doctor - well, not starving, but if you happen to have an extra biscuit lying around . . .
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I'm a little slow with new music lately, but I just heard a song from Starsailor's third album on pandora. I didn't know Starsailor had a third album! Does anyone else listen to them?


I kinda liked them, but then they supported REM and were so utterly meh that I went off them. Of course, most bands will come off a bit meh if they're followed by REM, but this was embarassing...


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You are a Leprechaun. I'm not even sure what you are. Whiskey-soaked reports from your baffling Isle of Ire raise more questions than they answer. Are you a dwarf? Where's your pickax? If you're an elf, why don't you cobble? You'd think with all your gold, you could invest in some land, perhaps a title, and improve your station. Instead, you hide it in meteorologically-determined locations. You're getting killed on inflation, little friend!
 
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The Flaming Lips' "At War With the Mystics" is well on its way to being my favorite album of the year, closely followed by Tool's "10,000 Days" and Springsteens "The Seeger Sessions."

The Raconteurs are also quite good...but I hope that "Call It A Day" isn't a song about the White Stripes." Confused
 
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