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post #101 of 1003
Toots and the Maytals - pressure drop
post #102 of 1003
just cracked open Modern Times - really dig the swagger of "Thunder on the Mountain".
post #103 of 1003
"WHEN YOOUUU WERE YOOUUUNNGGGG"

"Talks like a gentleman, like you imagined"

"WHEN YOOOOUUUUUU WERE YOOOOOUUUUUUUUNNNNNGGGGG"
post #104 of 1003
Welcome.
post #105 of 1003
It's like Springsteen vs. Human League, and it's glorious.
post #106 of 1003
I don't know if I'll get tired of their new album as quickly as the former (still good, but had to put it down because it's a bit too sweet), but this single is like you said; glorious.
post #107 of 1003
I'm obsessed with Dragonforce's Valley of the Damned.

God help me, I can't stop listening to power metal. I called someone a peasant yesterday and made a reference about castles. Someone has to stop me before it's too late.
post #108 of 1003
I just got back from a road trip, and listened to a lot of Top-40 radio. The result: I am now being owned by U and Dat by E-40 featuring T-pain (again!) and Kandi Girl. The overall production of the song is forgettable, but the hook ("Try-na-get-ta yoooouuu an-dat booo-ty") has lodged itself in my brain like one of Khan's pet earworms.
post #109 of 1003
Dress Up In You by Belle & Sebastian.
post #110 of 1003
"Road to Nowhere," by Talking Heads. There's this David Byrne solo version I found on YouTube that just kills.
post #111 of 1003
Beulah - Emma Blowgun's Last Stand

Addiction
post #112 of 1003
For some reason I've had Teardrop by Massive Attack stuck in my head.
post #113 of 1003
don't speak (i came to make a bang!) - eagles of death metal
soon - my bloody valentine
goin' out west - tom waits

i'm a total sucker for distortion.
post #114 of 1003
You ever listen to the swirlies, Ninhead? I've been listening to Blonder Tongue Audio Baton all week and the distortion on that is about as fucking lush as it gets.
post #115 of 1003
My Lovely Horse.

For those now in the know, this comes from Father Ted, the sitcom featuring three priests (and one housekeeper) marooned on Craggy Island. In this episode they decide to enter the Song for Europe competition. This is their rehearsal. I recently saw a repeat of this episode and I nearly wet myself.

The full song can be found here.
post #116 of 1003
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tony Ryan
You ever listen to the swirlies, Ninhead? I've been listening to Blonder Tongue Audio Baton all week and the distortion on that is about as fucking lush as it gets.
Downloading as we speak. I don't know what happened. I dug out my old copy of "Loveless", and now I'm going all shoegazer. It's kinda scary.
post #117 of 1003
Quote:
Originally Posted by BubWilliams
For some reason I've had Teardrop by Massive Attack stuck in my head.
It's been Massive Attack's Risingson for me lately.

Also Broken Drum by Beck and Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd.
post #118 of 1003
Bitch- Sa-Ra

I Was A Lover- TV On The Radio

Luchini- Camp Lo

I Can Dream About You- Dan Hartman
post #119 of 1003
Loveless is such the perfect stoned out album, it should be illeagal.
post #120 of 1003
"If You Want To Be A Bird" by The Holy Modal Rounders has been owning me ever since I first saw Easy Rider, and today I found it! I'm so happy I finally dumped Kazaa and switched to LimeWire.

The only problem is, every time I listen to it I see Jack Nicholson in a football helmet with the most insane grin on his face, it's kind of disturbing.
post #121 of 1003
Quote:
Originally Posted by Z-Man
The Dresden Dolls - "My Alcoholic Friends" Insanely catchy.
I bought "Yes, Virginia..." this weekend. Love the album and the music, but these guys kind of scare me.
post #122 of 1003
I've had Strapping Young Lad - Far Beyond Metal, the live version stuck in my head for the last 2 days.
post #123 of 1003
Elvis Presley - Gentle on My Mind [A very poignant and amazing song that I caught wind of seeing Talladega Nights]
Buck Owens - Made in Japan [Interesting spin on the country single]
post #124 of 1003
I had a bad cold on Saturday morning, and I needed to pump myself up for the LSAT. This is the songlist that had me bouncing off the walls with positive energy -

Wagner - Ride of the Valkyries
Holst - Mars, The Bringer of War
Rossini - William Tell Overture (conclusion)
Williams - Main Theme from Superman

The first three were ripped from Time Life's Classical Thunder (Vol I).
post #125 of 1003
Quote:
Originally Posted by Werewolf Girl
I'm so happy I finally dumped Kazaa and switched to LimeWire.
Limewire is so awesome.

Right now for me:

Cities - A Theme

Hot Chip - I Was A Boy From School

Heather Duby - Providence

DJ Shadow - Enuff
post #126 of 1003
Someday Baby - Bob Dylan
post #127 of 1003
BURNING TIMES (Days of Purgatory version) - Iced Earth
post #128 of 1003
DJ Lebowitz's solo piano cover of Holiday In Cambodia has worked its way back into my consciousness, and there it will remain for at least three days.
post #129 of 1003
Bruce Springsteen's cover of "Erie Canal," off the Seeger Sessions album.

It's like a 19th century version of "Atlantic City." I fucking love it.
post #130 of 1003
Keane's Nothing In My Way and Shiny Toy Guns' You Are The One from the FIFA 07 soundtrack. (Also downloaded some other STG, as I tend to like the electronica from time to time. Will certainly pick up their album at some point.)

More soccer: both versions of Three Lions from The Lightning Seeds. Catchy as hell, especially coming from someone who'd never heard the song before this summer.

Neil and Liam Finn's cover of Two of Us from the I Am Sam soundtrack. I'm a sucker for anything Finn, and this is no different.
post #131 of 1003
I caught these in my head in the last couple of days:

Dream Warriors - Dokken I don't know why, but this song gets me pumped.

Don't Download This Song - Weird Al

Just Like You Imagined - Nine Inch Nails Thanks, 300!
post #132 of 1003
Just recently Teddy Bears-"Punk Rocker", Always owning me, "Police of Truth"-Depeche Mode
post #133 of 1003
Foo Fighters' cover of "Baker Street". Just really like the substitution of electric guitar for saxaphone.
post #134 of 1003
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jim Kelly
Foo Fighters' cover of "Baker Street". Just really like the substitution of electric guitar for saxaphone.
I fucking love that shit!

Right now, "Read My Mind" by the Killers.

Sam's Town, as a whole, is owning me, but this one is on right now and I am loving it.
post #135 of 1003
Desparado by the Eagles (insert Seinfeld joke here) and "Everybody Needs Somebody" off the Blues Brothers soundtrack have both been stuck in my head alot lately.
post #136 of 1003
Let My Love Open the Door by Pete Townsend has been my unofficial anthem for the past week. It's a good mood lifter.
post #137 of 1003
I just downloaded Manson's cover of This is Halloween(from the Nightmare Before Christmas), and even though the sound quality is poor, I'll probably be listening to it until Halloween rolls around. I like it, I like it a lot. I can't wait until my friend buys the actual disc(s) so I can borrow it and play the shit out of it some more in better quality.

Other than that...
Not a song that's owning me, but I'm in the mood for it, and I'm going through all my Radiohead discs again. So basically, a lot of songs are owning me right now. In particular Street Spirit(fade out). I can listen to that track over and over again and never get sick of it.
post #138 of 1003
Quote:
Originally Posted by Paul755
"Everybody Needs Somebody" off the Blues Brothers soundtrack have both been stuck in my head alot lately.
I was just listening to that this morning. FUCK! Sweet Home Chicago is another of my faves.
post #139 of 1003
I've had "Floods" by Pantera in my head for the last 2 days. I'm finally getting around to learning it on the guitar.
post #140 of 1003
I can't get "Through Glass" from Stone Sour out of my head......Every time it comes on the radio I turn the volume up and sing along.
post #141 of 1003
Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels) by Arcade Fire. The imagery of digging tunnels in the middle of the night reminds me of those winter nights when me and the girlfriend would sneak out of our houses and meet at the school playground near our house.
post #142 of 1003
Familiar Realm - CKY

Into Temptation - Crowded House

Nausea- Beck

Lazy Eye- Silversun Pickups
post #143 of 1003
the Rentals - California (Barcelona Demo)

Best guitar tone ever.
post #144 of 1003
Star Witness - Neko Case
Jackson - Elliott Brood
I Hold The Sound - The Thermals
post #145 of 1003
Quote:
Originally Posted by Christopher Read
I fucking love that shit!
Hey Chris, have you heard the Foo's cover of "Darling Nikki"? Not quite as great as "Baker Street", but very close to the source. They did "Tie Your Mother Down" with Taylor Hawkins on vocals and Roger Taylor & Brian May guesting at a concert that is playing on Directv for free right now. Very well done.
post #146 of 1003
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jim Kelly
Hey Chris, have you heard the Foo's cover of "Darling Nikki"? Not quite as great as "Baker Street", but very close to the source. They did "Tie Your Mother Down" with Taylor Hawkins on vocals and Roger Taylor & Brian May guesting at a concert that is playing on Directv for free right now. Very well done.
Haven't heard the last one, but the first two covers you mention don't come close to their version of Gary Numan's "Down in the Park." I'm not even the biggest Foo Fighters fan, but that's a pretty great cover.
post #147 of 1003
I've been unconsciously humming "Shipbuilding" by Robert Wyatt for the past four days, courtesy of pandora.com.

"Dondante" by My Morning Jacket has owned me since I bought the cd last year, so much so that it hijacked a short story I wrote for my thesis and completely changed the tone of the piece on me.
post #148 of 1003
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jim Kelly
Hey Chris, have you heard the Foo's cover of "Darling Nikki"? Not quite as great as "Baker Street", but very close to the source. They did "Tie Your Mother Down" with Taylor Hawkins on vocals and Roger Taylor & Brian May guesting at a concert that is playing on Directv for free right now. Very well done.
Haven't heard it, but I am intrigued. I loved that song back in the day.
post #149 of 1003
Two songs from two different genres are kicking my ass right now.

Amy Winehouse - Rehab

and

Boris - Ibitsu

Neither CD has been out of my player for quite a while.
post #150 of 1003
The Frayed Ends of Sorrow - Metallica

Map of the Problematique - Muse.

That's owning my playlist like no other. One of the best songs of the year right there.
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