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neil diamond, "turn on your heart light", was the last song playing. i have all 2000 songs on random play in the car! yeeeaah! so much fun. before neil was eminem "kill you", and before that was John Lee Hooker "Unfriendly woman".

have i mentioned i hate making decisions... yeah, random play is awesome.

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In the auto audio- "Hit The Hay Vol. 7" a Swedish comp of Americana & power pop.

On the home audio- "Old Enough 2 Know Better" a 3-cd comp of music on the Merge label. Spoon, East River Pipe, the Clientele, Ladybug Translator- that kinda alt-rock stuff. An el cheapo set, good way to explore acts i'd always heard of but never heard.

Heavy rotation on the dvd player- Dark Shadows tv series. Love this corny cheesey stuff & am anxiously awaiting the new DS series this fall.
 
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In the car: A mix cd of 80's, 90's and current favorite tunes

In the cd player at home: Romeo & Juliet soundtrack

In the computer at work: AFI's Sing the Sorrow

In the DVD: The entire Season 1 of Dead Like Me


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Gotta love that Romeo + Juliet soundtrack.

Heaps of good stuff on there. Smile


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The new Joss Stone "Mind Body & Soul" cd is just finishing up now.

Next up is Brian Wilson's "Smile" which finally was released after 40 some years of being shelved.

I'm saving Interpol's latest cd for the car player tomorrow. It's good weekend music.
 
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In the car: mix cd of songs from InuYasha

In the cd player at home: Millencolin "Pennybridge Pioneers"

In the comp at work: Megas XLR


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In the truck's CD changer now is
Billie Myers - Vertigo
Avril Lavigne - Under My Skin
Sheryl Crow: Artist’s Choice
has Bob Dylan, Aretha, Crowded House, Squeeze, Emmylou Harris, The Pretenders, Elton John, Willie, The band
Sara McLaughlin - Fallen
Plumb - Beautiful Lumps of Coal
Gavin DeGraw - Chariot


In the player at home
Townes Van Zandt - Texas Rain
Annie Lennox - Bare
Jonatha Brooke - Steady Pull
The Band - The Last Waltz



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In the car :
The Breeders Last Splash
Bowling for Soup
Poe Haunted
Led Zeppelin IV
The Shins Oh, Inverted World
Compilation CD (random obscure music -everything from country to zydeco to motown to 80's rock. someone made it for me.)


In the home system:
Stevie Wonder Greatest Hits
Veruca SaltEight Arms to Hold You
Hairspray Original Cast Recording
Fastball All the Pain Money Can Buy
Suzanne Vega 99.9 Farhenheit

In the laptop:

Cirque du Soleil Varekai
 
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It has to be inthe car...

Depeche Mode - Singles Collection 86-89
Joss Stone - The Soul Sessions

On constantly 24/7

TLC - Fanmail
Poe - Haunted
Travis - The Man Who...



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After reading this I changed

Poe Haunted
Poe Hello
Sara McLaughlin Fallen
Natalie Merchant Tigerlily
Patrice Pike and Black Box Rebelion Flat 13
Whitesnake Greatest Hits *sheepish grin*

Oh and lila Did you know that Poe sings backup on that Fastball CD and that a friend of mine used to date their drummer (before the were big time though)



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Oh and _lila_ Did you know that Poe sings backup on that Fastball CD and that a friend of mine used to date their drummer (before the were big time though)


yes. no. (That's pretty cool about your friend!)

So when are you come to Yankeeland to sing Dionne Warwick with me?
 
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Okay, now that I am in my full POE mode, has anyone read House of Leaves by her brother Mark Daneilewski?

I saw POE on her Borders tour. She was awesome, just her and a DJ singing songs off her Haunted CD while her brother read from the book. I was in tears a couple times.

I hadn't thought about the book in a while, but was hoping someone had already read it.



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Interpol Antics
Snow Patrol Final Straw
Franz Ferdinand Franz Ferdinand
Coldplay Parachutes
Modest Mouse Good News for People Who Like Bad News





 
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Okay, now that I am in my full POE mode, has anyone read House of Leaves by her brother Mark Daneilewski?

I saw POE on her Borders tour. She was awesome, just her and a DJ singing songs off her Haunted CD while her brother read from the book. I was in tears a couple times.

I hadn't thought about the book in a while, but was hoping someone had already read it.


Arista read it. I borrowed her copy of the book but I have not read it yet. I'll point her in the direction of this thread.
 
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Car-

Jimmy Buffett (his stab at country, though i much much more prefer his stab at tropical pop whatever it's called)

3 Balls of Fire "Chrome & Water" (surf instrol)

Home-

Joss Stone "Mind Body & Soul"

REM "Around The Sun"

The 5.6.7.8's "The Singles"
 
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Originally posted by Wanton Cruelty:
Okay, now that I am in my full POE mode, has anyone read House of Leaves by her brother Mark Daneilewski?

I saw POE on her Borders tour. She was awesome, just her and a DJ singing songs off her Haunted CD while her brother read from the book. I was in tears a couple times.

I hadn't thought about the book in a while, but was hoping someone had already read it.


As requested, Arista reporting to the thread.

Yes, I've read the book. What a strange, strange, STRANGE book. It's been years since I've read it and will have to read it again.
 
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Car/home then home then car/home-

Blues Explosion "Damage" real warped
Tom Waits "Real Gone" real real excellent
Pyronauts "Live from the Pit" real fun
 
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This weekend's what's ons-

Music Lovers "Words We Say Before We Sleep"
Mark Mallman "Mr.Serious"
"Harp Magazine Sampler" v/a
Zinedines "Take Me Take Me"
ELliot Smith "From A Basement On A Hill"
The Hellbinders "Today We Kill...Tomorrow We Die"
Space Opera s/t
 
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Radio..."Ordinary Love" by Sade. It's been a while, but I still love that song. Smile


Your Hidden Talent



You have the natural talent of rocking the boat, thwarting the system.
And while this may not seem big, it can be.
It's people like you who serve as the catalysts to major cultural changes.
You're just a bit behind the scenes, so no one really notices.

What's Your Hidden Talent?

http://www.blogthings.com/whatsyourhiddentalentquiz/
 
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Car-

Artful Dodger "It's All About the Stragglers"
cool re-edits

Lava Rats "Surfing the Magma"
hot surf instrumentals

Home-

Ben Harper & the Blind Boys of Alabama
"There Will Be A Light"
blues gospel, not Najara

CMJ New Music Vols 127 & 128
great tracks from Mooney Suzuki, Citizen Cope, Slackers, The Faint (Vol 127) and Ted Leo, Earlimart, Nervous System, Steve Earle (Vol 128) among many others
 
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The Best of Blondie - an oldie, but a funny!


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Been listening to v/a box set "Left of the Dial:
Dispatches from the 80's Underground". What an amazing comp, here's the track list-

Disc One

"Radio Free Europe," R.E.M.
"Going Underground," the Jam
"A Forest," the Cure
"Holiday in Cambodia," Dead Kennedys
"I'm In Love With a German Film Star," Passions
"I Will Dare," the Replacements
"That's When I Reach for My Revolver," Mission of Burma
"Johny Hit and Run Paulene," X
"Just Like Honey," the Jesus and Mary Chain
"Black Celebration," Depeche Mode
"Tell Me When It's Over," the Dream Syndicate
"Hollywood (Africa)," the Red Hot Chili Peppers
"Temptation," New Order
"Ghosts," Japan
"A Song From Under the Floorboards," Magazine
"Oblivious," Aztec Camera
"Don't Want to Know If You Are Lonely," Husker Du
"Rise Above," Black Flag
"Back in the Flesh," Wall of Voodoo
"Cattle and Cane," the Go-Betweens

Disc Two

"Message of Love," the Pretenders
"Vienna," Ultravox
"Freak Scene," Dinosaur Jr.
"This Charming Man," the Smiths
"Stigmata," Ministry
"Ways to Be Wicked," Lone Justice
"Wardance," Killing Joke
"Enola Gay," Orchestral Maneuvers in the Dark
"Mirror in the Bathroom," the English Beat
"Fairytale in the Supermarket," the Raincoats
"Behind the Wall of Sleep," the Smithereens
"Political Song for Michael Jackson to Sing," Minutemen
"Punk Rock Girl," the Dead Milkmen
"Still in Hollywood," Concrete Blonde
"Love Will Tear Us Apart," Joy Division
"Blister in the Sun," Violent Femmes
"Lake of Fire," Meat Puppets
"Amplifier," the dB's
"When Love Breaks Down," Prefab Sprout
"Goo Goo Muck," the Cramps
"This Corrosion," Sisters of Mercy
"Senses Working Overtime," XTC

Disc Three

"The Cutter," Echo and the Bunnymen
"Pay to Cum!," Bad Brains
"Birthday," the Sugarcubes
"Madonna of the Wasps," Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians
"We Care a Lot," Faith No More
"Teen Age Riot," Sonic Youth
"To Hell With Poverty," Gang of Four
"Fa Ce-La," the Feelies
"Ana Ng," They Might Be Giants
"Swamp Thing," the Chameleons U.K.
"The Mercy Seat," Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
"I Look Around," the Rain Parade
"All That Money Wants," Psychedelic Furs
"Under the Milky Way," the Church
"Rise," Public Image Ltd.
"Kundalini Express," Love and Rockets
"Gravity Talks," Green on Red
"Adrenalin," Throbbing Gristle
"She Bangs the Drum," the Stone Roses

Disc Four

"Monkey Gone to Heaven," Pixies
"Uncertain Smile," the The
"Bela Lugosi's Dead," Bauhaus
"Christine," Siouxsie and the Banshees
"Straight Edge," Minor Threat
"I Want to Help You Ann," the Lyres
"Our Secret," Beat Happening
"Jane Says," Jane's Addiction
"World Shut Your Mouth," Julian Cope
"Running Up That Hill," Kate Bush
"Sex Beat," Gun Club
"Take the Skinheads Bowling," Camper Van Beethoven
"Institutionalized," Suicidal Tendencies
"Pearly-Dewdrops' Drops," Cocteau Twins
"24 Hour Party People," Happy Mondays
"I Want You Back," Hoodoo Gurus
"Suburban Home," Descendents
"A Pair of Brown Eyes," the Pogues
"Jet Fighter," the Three O'Clock
"Moving To Florida," Butthole Surfers
"A New England," Billy Bragg

What a nice listen after i saved my pennies for this one.
 
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On the computer, right now actually, as we speak:

The Unlovables - "Doot Da Doot" from Crush*Boyfriend*Heartache

Loverly. Anyone who watches Adult Swim and has seen the "Anime Girls" promo, they're the ones who's song is playing in the background.

It's pop punk but I love chicks who sing with punk riffs and nifty catchy lyrics.

If you're curious, and I know you are damnit:

The Unlovables


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