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14-06-2003, 20:29   #1
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Currently i have been listening to:

The Thrills (excellent, truely excellent summer rock)
Radiohead (hail to the theif and ok computer, simply great)
Pink Floyd (nothing beats listening to the floyd when the summer comes)
AIR (french electropop at its best)
and Pulp (sheffields finest )
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14-06-2003, 20:32   #2
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Much to RPG's distaste, I've not been able to get Brandy's "Full Moon" album out of my CD player! It's lovely!
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14-06-2003, 20:35   #3
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lol

yes, im more of an Indie/Rock person than dance/r n'b person

just all about personal preferance i suppose
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14-06-2003, 20:37   #4
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Led Zeppelin
BBC Sessions

If you want the REAL Led Zeppelin I reccomend this.

OMG I'm getting old!

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14-06-2003, 20:42   #5
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Damn i think i'll never get Radioheads (hail to the theif cd out my player)

Led Zeppelin Remasters cd
The Smiths-The Queen is dead
Metallica S & M
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14-06-2003, 23:26   #6
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Red Hot Chilli Peppers newest album. Its been in my car CD player for months now and i never tire of it. Whats the new Radiohead album like? I got Kid A and wasnt really keen on most of the songs (after track 5 it went downhill) Ive heard their new one is a bit rockier. Is it worth buying? (or downloading off the net - tee hee)
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14-06-2003, 23:28   #7
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if you wasn't keen on Kid A lol then don't get the new cd i love it thou
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14-06-2003, 23:29   #8
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id say the opposite if you hated kid-a you'll love HttT but if you love Kid-A you'll love HttT
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14-06-2003, 23:32   #9
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i love Kid A what if you like both cds RPG
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14-06-2003, 23:36   #10
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i already said didnt i
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15-06-2003, 01:44   #11
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Ok lets judge it differently. I love their current single there there. Are the rest of the songs on the CD more 'there there' or more 'motion picture sountrack'
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15-06-2003, 10:32   #12
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like there there IMO
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15-06-2003, 11:06   #13
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Satie: Gymnopedies & Gnossiennes
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15-06-2003, 11:23   #14
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I'm sorry I haven't a clue.
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15-06-2003, 22:32   #15
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Satie: Gymnopedies & Gnossiennes
That always makes my nippers cry so i,m banned from playing it while there around.
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Just bought two new CDs

Michelle Shocked - Deep Natural / Dub Natural

The Flaming Lips - Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots

Both of which I have to say are excellent.

The Michelle Shocked is quite a departure from Arkansas Traveller and Kind Hearted woman, not to mention the others, but is a very chilled piece of reggae/americana/country/rock. Really amazingly varied and complex sound.

The Flaming Lips one is very unique in its sound, and is definitely a grower.
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16-06-2003, 00:33   #17
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I used to have Michelle Shocked camp fire tapes cd
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16-06-2003, 00:48   #18
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Short Sharp Shocked is an old fave of mine, I didn't know she had new stuff, thanks.
I am playing the new Blur album a lot at the moment, it's wonderfully melancholy.
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16-06-2003, 15:27   #19
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I could not say what music I have been listening to, but the idiot who lives in the house at the bottom of my garden can, it is the most annoying, stupid, mind blowing drivel, I have ever had the misfortune to hear.

And do not forget that I am a captive audience, being forced to listen to this claptrap when trying to enjoy some peace and tranquility sat in my own garden in the sunshine, this rubbish should be stopped and these nincompoops made to play this bilge in their own homes with the doors and windows shut.

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16-06-2003, 20:06   #20
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Just curios Hal, what if your neighbour played your favourite music, would you still feel the same.
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