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post #51 of 1003
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Originally Posted by Murrow
Oooh, is that the "you can run for a long time" one? That's an outstandingly catchy song.
Yup. God's gonna cut'choo down.
post #52 of 1003
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Originally Posted by gravedigger
I'm not sure. I just have the live version from 5.29.06.
got the same one. this reminds me of a cover this smalltown band did of Love Inc's "You're A Superstar" at my cousins wedding. Now I wish someone had bothered to record that...wasn't bad.

if only they'd do a formal recording the way Iron and Wine tackled 'Such Great Heights'.
post #53 of 1003
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Originally Posted by Shelby
And, let me assure you, there is nothing funnier than seeing a chubby white girl singing this...
Except maybe a folically-challenged, bearded white guy. The description may sound oxymoronic, but then, so is the poster.
post #54 of 1003
Wanna Know- Obie Trice (I can thank Entourage for this one)
Roadside- Rise Against
The Flags of Dawn- Thrice
post #55 of 1003
I'mN Luv (Wit A Stripper) is hilarious. The video has R. Kelly proposing to some girl's ass and proclaiming that "if I could / I'd put my whole head up in it!"
post #56 of 1003
Stone Sour- "Through Glass".

Warren Zevon- "Roland...."

Live- "The River".

Tool- "The Pot".

Ben Folds- "Landed"

Angels and Airwaves- "The Adventure".
post #57 of 1003
The two Okkervil River tracks 'Another Radio Song' and 'A Favour'. Holy shit is this band good. You owe it to yourself to listen to these songs right now.
post #58 of 1003
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Originally Posted by Patrick Ripoll
Move On Up by Curtis Mayfield. That horn section blows my ass up.
Dude, it's Curtis "Fuckin" Mayfield every part of it should be kicking your ass. His People Get Ready is one of the best songs recorded ever...
post #59 of 1003
I have a very bizarre bunch that I'm over playing right now:

1) Ain't No Sunshine - Bill Withers (The man puts more emotion into the repitition of two words then most bands put into their whole careers)

2) Ballad in Urgency - The Black Crowes (I don't particularly like Amorica but this is a great tune)

3) Supermodel Robots - Network (Green Day meets Devo, very weird but catchy)

4) B Movie Box Car Blues - Blues Brothers (Listen to Matt Murphy's guitar on the opening, that's a Strat at it's best, the rest of the song is a pretty decent cover of a Delbert McClinton tune)

5) Apocalyptic Modified Blues - Corb Lund Band (Local artist done good. Great tune that melds country and blues in a very unusual way)
post #60 of 1003
"Girlfriend in a Coma."

I know, I know. It's serious.
post #61 of 1003
Surfan Stevens "Chicago" brings a smnile to my face every time I hear it, so I've been listening to it on repeat a lot lately.

The Ratatat remix of Get "Em High" gets my body moving, so that also gets played a bit. "That's why we listen to your music in fast forward, cause we don't wanna hear that weak shit no more"
post #62 of 1003
The Racontuers (sic) is some catchy shit. I'm digging, Hands.

Crazy Bitch by Buck Cherry is a good one.

I'll Melt With You by Bowling for Soup is a great cover.

The Night time is the Right time by Ray Charles is heaven.

Baby What a Big Surprise by Chicago is just...nice.
post #63 of 1003
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Originally Posted by Greg David
Oh, now you must die.

Speaking of Queen, I've been listening to them a lot lately. Mustapha always winds up in heavy rotation when that happens. It wasn't a hit single, but it's one of my favorites.

Hands down, Fat Bottomed Girls is the greatest Queen song-ever.
post #64 of 1003
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Extreme's 'Rest In Peace' has been on heavy rotation for a couple of months. The orchestration, guitar work, and chorus are glued together with such precision that it wins me over as a stunning pop/rock-fused gem.

Cat Power's 'I Found A Reason'. After hearing it in V FOR VENDETTA, I downloaded it right away and can't seem to forget about it.

The Fray's 'How To Save A Life'. Say what you want about this band, but that song puts an uplifting spellbind on me. Love the way the piano is integrated.
post #65 of 1003
Radiohead's "Go to sleep" has been getting a lot of play on my ipod recently. That and "Here comes my baby" by Cat Stevens, probably because of it's association with RUSHMORE.
post #66 of 1003
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Originally Posted by Alex B
Radiohead's "Go to sleep" has been getting a lot of play on my ipod recently.
Amazing song. Could be my fave Radiohead tune.
post #67 of 1003
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Originally Posted by Alex B
Radiohead's "Go to sleep" has been getting a lot of play on my ipod recently. That and "Here comes my baby" by Cat Stevens, probably because of it's association with RUSHMORE.

Check out the original done by the group called The Tremelos, love both versions though.
post #68 of 1003
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Originally Posted by IndianSummerSky
Amazing song. Could be my fave Radiohead tune.

High and Dry owns me.
post #69 of 1003
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Originally Posted by Winterfell
When we were young by The Killers.

Pretty catchy, just like their previous album.
Yeah, I just got it yesterday and it is in heavy rotation
post #70 of 1003
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Originally Posted by General Zod
Hands down, Fat Bottomed Girls is the greatest Queen song-ever.
Definitely in the top 5, but I have to suggest Tie Your Mother Down. It's too close to call really.
post #71 of 1003
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Originally Posted by Richard Dickson
"Subdivisions" by Rush. Neil Peart going absolutey apeshit on the high hat is always a good time.
Such. a fucking great song.
post #72 of 1003
I've been playing the Jerusalem album by Sleep all day.
post #73 of 1003
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Bowie's 'Starman' and B.J. Thomas' 'Hooked On A Feeling'.
post #74 of 1003
The Leonard Cohen soundtrack owns me right now, especially the covers of "Tonight Will Be Fine" covered by Teddy Thompson, "Chelsea Hotel #2" covered by Rufus Wainwright, and "If It Be Your Will" by Antony.

That last one's a fucking masterpiece, btw.
post #75 of 1003
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Originally Posted by Chris Wood
Definitely in the top 5, but I have to suggest Tie You Mother Down. It's too close to call really.
Both in the top five but I'm going with Stone Cold Crazy.
post #76 of 1003
David Doobinin song called "Never Enough". He doesn't have a label, but he should. Google him if you're interested. Good stuff. Indie, mellow, pop-ish.
post #77 of 1003
Currently?

Rodrigo Y Gabriela are assaulting my ears with their version of 'One' and when they riff into 'Take 5' it's just bliss.
post #78 of 1003
Up Jumped the Devil by Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds.
post #79 of 1003
Thread Starter 
U2's 'One Tree Hill' and Elton John's 'I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues'.
post #80 of 1003
"Two Of Us" by The Beatles, and anything else from Let It Be... Naked.
post #81 of 1003
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Originally Posted by IndianSummerSky
U2's 'One Tree Hill'
Nice to see someone else digs this song.

"Vein of Stars" by the Flaming Lips is spectacular. Download it and bask in its glory.
post #82 of 1003
Deftones - Hole in the Earth.

Can't stop listening to it.
post #83 of 1003
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Originally Posted by Stormin
I've gotten hooked on Comfortably Numb as done by Van Morrison, thanks to one Mr. Martin Scorcese. Fucking magnificent, I can't believe I've never heard it before the Departed trailer came out.
Where did you find this--I haven't been able to find the album anywhere?

Also, in the past few days, a little Richard Thompson ("Turning of the Tide," "Feel So Good") alternating with Vanessa Carlton's "White Houses" (as I'm a total sucker for good pop piano arrangements).
post #84 of 1003
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Originally Posted by RathBandu
(I'm a total sucker for good pop piano arrangements)
This may not be quite what you meant, but everybody owes it to themselves to get a listen to DJ Liebowitz's solo piano cover of The Dead Kennedys' Holiday In Cambodia.
post #85 of 1003
I can't take Destroyer - The Bad Arts off of any playlist I've made in the last few months.

And now I'm addicted to Page France - Air Pollution

And this great version of I See A Darkness by Will Oldham.

And the first six tracks of Sebadoh III
post #86 of 1003
I've been kind of all over the place, but I'm crazy about:

"Imperial" by Strapping Young Lad. This band constantly impresses me, but this is my favorite creation of theirs. Super-duper extreme, epic metal.

"Wamp Wamp (What It Do)" by The Clipse. Fucking amazing beat. Top notch lyricism. Ranks up with "What's Up" on their classic Vol. 2 mixtape for my favorite songs by them. This is how materialistic, nihilist, drug rap should be done.

"Take Everything" by Clinton Sparks/D-Block. You'll never hear the theme song to Cheers the same way again.

"Lost Myself" by Jason Falkner. Pop perfection.

"Push" by The Cure.
post #87 of 1003
Far Beyond Metal by Strapping Young Lad, which probably one of there best songs and has by far one of my favorite solos on it. It's a great song live, and I just got around to hearing the album version which is great that they finally did.
post #88 of 1003
The Dresden Dolls - "My Alcoholic Friends" Insanely catchy.
post #89 of 1003
I don't know why but I can't stop listening to "Mama's Room" by Under the Influence of Giants. I think it's what The Darkness would be if they listened to KC & the Sunshine Band instead of shitty hair metal. I realize this is not a good equation.
post #90 of 1003
Thread Starter 
I'm going cuckoo for Belle & Sebastian's 'I'm A Cuckoo'.
post #91 of 1003
Currently?

Sundown — Gordon Lightfoot.
post #92 of 1003
Weezer - "Butterfly"

This one has been stuck in my head for days and won't go away, I barely know any of the words but I just keep humming the tune over and over again.

Also:

Daniel Johnston - "Frustrated Artist"

Seven Year Bitch - "Misunderstood"

Nine Inch Nails - "The Fragile"

Mindless Self Indulgence - "Faggot"
post #93 of 1003
Most of the Peeping Tom record

http://www.myspace.com/peepingtomispatton

--saw them twice live already. Mike Patton's new band. I particularly dig:

5 seconds
Kill the DJ
Mojo
Your Neighborhood Spaceman.

Most of the songs start slow and low then build to a crescendo, come down, and repeat, in a good way.
post #94 of 1003
The metal interlude in the second song of the new Decemberists album is pretty much all I've wanted to listen to for a week.
post #95 of 1003
Promiscuous- Nelly Furtado and Timbaland
Bombs Over Baghdad- Outkast
Blister- Our Lady Peace
post #96 of 1003
Boilermaker - Jesus Lizard
Subway to Venus - Red Hot Chilli Peppers
Dorothy at Forty - Cursive
Dial Up - Ted Leo and the Pharmicists
Should I - Kaito
post #97 of 1003
The Pogues - Gridlock
Rip Slyme - Supershooter
Tan Dun and Yo-Yo Ma - Night Flight
post #98 of 1003
Sitting in a coffee shop today trying to write. Came out with way too much caffeine in me and
Echo and the Bunnymen--Killing Moon
Bowie--The Man Who Sold The World
stuck in my head.
post #99 of 1003
Thread Starter 
Megadeth - Psychotron
Pantera - Walk
Sleater-Kinney - Modern Girl
OutKast - Idlewild Blue
Pearl Jam - Marker in the Sand
U2 - If God Will Send His Angels (single version)
Fiona Apple - Fast As You Can
post #100 of 1003
The song I can't stop humming to myself this week? Knights of Cydonia, by Muse. This insanely fun video is the reason.
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