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My daughter has her new The Princess and the Pauper cd in my player right now.

I have the Kath & Kim Party Tape in the car cd changer (along with 5 of Paco's). Big Grin
 
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My CD player is malfunctioning. Frown

I can't get the drawer to open or the discs to change. So all I hear is the first ten tracks or so of _Interpol_ _Antics_


I had an old dvd player on which the drawer would sometimes not open. I'd unplug it for ahwile (a longer while as time went on) & after plugging it back in, it'd open. Nowadays, every once in awhile my car player will refuse to give up the disc, until after the car's off for a spell. Silly contraptions!
 
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Last couple days-

John Wilkes Booze Five Pillars of Soul
local psych-funkadelicers

The Sirens The Sirens
All girl glam rock

Mondo Topless Go Fast!
fun punk

The Donnas Gold Medal
more hard-rock than garage but very good

English Beat The Best of
'nuff said
 
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snow patrol - final straw
semisonic - gread devide, feeling strangely fine
matchbox 20 - more than you think you are
john farnham - romeo's heart (i'm not sure why o.o)


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This week i`ve mainly been listening to...

Jeff Buckley - Grace (Brilliance...)

Scissor Sisters - Scissor Sisters (Utter Class)

System Of A Down - Toxicity

Linkin Park - ReAnimation



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Toxicity is a fabulous album. Love System of a Down. Smile

Listening on the comp to: Interpol Antics (Nora's fault)

And other various songs:

Shine - by Dolly Parton (everyone needs to hear this version of Soul Asylum's song from the '90s. Very blue grassy and neat, done in collaboration with Nickel Creek)

Every Day Love - Rascal Flatts. There's something wrong with me, I know

Cherub Rock - Smashing Pumpkins. Old school is the best school

Flying without Wings - West Life. Again something wrong with me

Baby Got Back - Sir Mix-A-Lot. Cause this song rocks

Roll to Me - Del Amitri. One of the best bands ever!

My CoCo - Stellastar. This band grew on me, reminds me of Blondie.


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Holly Golightly "Slowly But Surely"
- second fave female vocalist, right after Neko Case

Surf Coasters "Surfdelicious"
- Japanese surf instrumental band goes industrial- and it sounds gnarly

V/A "Greetings from Area Code 207 Vol.5"
- alt rock, alt country, some jazzy stuff, cool unheard bands

V/A "Sunday Nights- Tribute to Junior Kimbrough"
- oh heck yeah, rockin blues, Black Keys, Iggy & the Stooges(!), Fiery Furnaces excellent

The Detroit Expierement "s/t"
- jumpy electronica jazz, laid back jazz, some hip hop, lotta fun
 
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Hot Fuss - The Killers (Beginning to like this an awful lot but took a while.)

Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand.

AKA Shake Heartbreak - Kings of Leon

Irish Son - Brian Mcfadden (of Westlife fame)

Out of Nothing - Embrace



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Playing on the comp right now:

L'Arc en Ciel - Ready Steady Go (from Full Metal Alchemist)

BOA - Every Heart

Do As Infinity - Fukai Mori

V6 - Change the World

Porn Graffitti - Melissa (from Full Metal Alchemist)

Dream - My Will

Y'know what's sad? I can't stand American pop music. Hate it, loathe it, die pop music. Practically all the music I listen to in Japanese IS pop though and I love all those songs. Can listen to 'em over and over again.

Weird. Razz


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blink 182 - blink 182
matchbox 20 - yourself or someone like you
robbie williams - greates hits
evanescence - salem's choice
ratcat - the very best of (the crazy red cd, not the sane silver one)


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Currently in the car:


The Donnas Gold Medal
Maroon 5 Songs About Jane
Wicked Original Cast Recording
a random mix cd that I made for myself
10,000 Maniacs Campfire Songs: The Popular, Obscure and Unknown Recordings
Stevie Wonder The Definitive CollectIon
 
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Currently in the car:

The Donnas Gold Medal
NO WAY! I just bought that today with my Christmas money and shoved it straight in the car CD player.

How much do I love this album? Their sound is mellowing and I like it. I'm kicking myself that I didn't see them play recently in Sydney.

Ares is a big Maroon 5 fan. Would you recommend their album?


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In order in my changer:
Hedwig and the Angry Inch - Soundtrack
18 - Moby
Impossible Dream - Patti Griffin
Haunted - Poe
Identity Crisis - Shelby Lynn
Awake: The Best of Live - Live



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Been listening to the stuff just got in from Belgium. Why don't they sell these in the US?

The Untamed Eerie Stories
psychobilly rockabilly surfabilly

The Barbwires Sounds Like Trouble
surf instrumentals

Hawaii Samurai Let There Be Surf
more surf instrumentals

also, not from Belgium,

V/A The Roots of the Sex Pistols
a Mojo magazine cd, features New York Dolls, the Modern Lovers, Paul Revere & the Raiders, Johnny Thunders, Eddie Cochran, MC5, the Runaways, Mott the Hoople, Dave Berry, etc
 
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Currently in the car:

The Donnas _Gold Medal_
NO WAY! I just bought that today with my Christmas money and shoved it straight in the car CD player.

How much do I love this album? Their sound is mellowing and I like it. I'm kicking myself that I didn't see them play recently in Sydney.

_Ares_ is a big Maroon 5 fan. Would you recommend their album?


Hee, love that Donnas CD! Would like to see them live. Hmmmm...I should check their tour dates...

I don't know much about Maroon 5's other stuff but I like the Songs About Jane CD (it's the only one I have and I bought it with my Christmas money Wink). A lot of the tracks have been released so they are familiar and the others are good as well. Tell Ares it's worth it, IMO.
 
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Femi Kuti "African Shrine"
- son of Fela releases his best cd yet

V/A "Rare Funk Uncovered"
- lost funk treasures

Mulatu Astake "Mulatu of Ethiopia"
- jazzy Afro-funk instrumentals

V/A "Paste Sampler #14"
- mag comp, excellent new Al Green song plus Kathleen Edwards, Low, Bright Eyes (steals Nora's thunder), Ben Lee, lotta great stuff, go out & buy it cuz it be cheap buy

Car-

V/A "Funkytown, Budapest"
- funk from Budapest, whaddya expect? mighy good stuffage

Home & work-

V/A "Ars Longa Vita Brivas"
- cheap buy but high quality (most songs) prog & hard rock from '70s UK/Europe. Great selection of bands & songs, not the same 'ol same 'ol songs that these budget comps usually feature.
 
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i second the recommendation for maroon 5's songs about jane Smile



You know I really want to like this CD but every time I hear it, I don`t know there is just something about it.



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Rotating on various players of late:

The Blue Van - The Art of Rolling

Rat Holic- Wipe Out with...

CCS- A's, B's & Rarities

Dave Gleason's Wasted Days- Midnight California

The Ultra 5- Denziens of Dementia

yay good stuff
 
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In the car:

Steal this Album - System of a Down (love it, even more than Toxicity)

White Light, White Heat, White Trash - Social Distortion (oldie but goodie)

In the comp:

ummm, nothing oddly enough. Unless you count the sounds of the WoW background music when I play. Heh. Big Grin


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Current Rotation:

The Essential Sly and The Family Stone

Black Eyed Peas- Elephunk

Outkast- The Love Below

I think I got tha funk. cooler
 
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This weekend's cds-

V/A "Friends & Lovers: The Songs of Bread"
-ok, quit laughin', it's a cool tribute to Bread, gotta love Call & Response's quirky take on "Baby I'm A-Want You"

The Portugal Japan "s/t"
-All-girl Japanese garage rock band

Goblin Market "Ghostland"
- Spooky folk-rock

V/A "Mojo Southern Soul"
- Mid-late 1960s funky southern US soul

Perishers "Let There Be Morning"
- sad pop, kinda like Travis meets Coldplay

Michah Hinson "Micah P. Hinson and the Gospel of Progress"
- No Depression/alt-pop with a big dash of soul

Crystal Skulls "Blocked Numbers"
- Power pop with a bit of Steely Danisms

Elope "The No Name Record"
- Swedish band sounds lot weird mix of 1970s Pink Floyd & Neil Young and McCartney when he really rocks out but an alternative attitude

Supersuckers "How the Supersuckers Became the Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World"
- a best-of the Supersuckers, gotta love it

Goggle-A "Dendeke Rock Combo"
- Japanese surf, punk & cool trash rock band.

Summer at Shatter Creek "All the Answers"
- What if Belle & Sebastian got really depressed, more so than usual? here it tis.
 
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In the car: Millencolin's Kingwood (the Swedes are back and they're pissed)

In the comp: System of a Down Mezmerize (Sara's in a bad mood today Razz)


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Finally enjoying the 4 cd set, "Doctors, Professors, Kings & Queens: Big Ol' Box Of New Orleans". Chuck from the Gumbo Pages compiled the songs and wrote the big 'ol booklet that comes with it. Gonna be groovin' to this one for a long time.

Here's the track list, but not broken down by cd.



1. Welcome To New Orleans - Galactic Feat. Theryl Declouet
2. Drop Me Off In New Orleans - Kermit Ruffins
3. IÂ’m WalkinÂ’ - Fats Domino
4. Dr. John - Iko Iko
5. Potato Head Blues - Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven
6. My Darlin' New Orleans - Lil' Queenie & The Percolators
7. Para Dona Vas (Where Are You Going) - The Iguanas
8. Meet The Boyz On The Battlefront - Anders Osborne &
9. Ain't Got No Home - Clarence
10. Feel Like Funkin' It Up - Rebirth Brass Band
11. Zydeco Gris-Gris - Beausoleil
12. Mother-In-Law - Ernie K-Doe
13. That's Enough Of That Stuff - Marcia Ball
14. Confidential - The Radiators
15. Hey Pocky A-Way - The Meters
16. I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say - Jelly Roll Morton & His New Oreleans Jazzmen
17. Food Of Canal Street - Paul Sanchez
18. Down In Honky Tonk Town - Vernel Bagneris & The Cast Of One Mo' Time
19. Rocking Pneumonia And The Boggie Woogie Flu - Huey (Piano) Smith & The Clowns
20. More Hipper - Jon Cleary & The Absolute Monster Gentlemen
21. Release Me - Johnny Adams
22. Preachin' Blues - Sidney Bechet & His Hew Orleans Feet Warmers
23. Jambalaya - Clifton Chenier
24. Dog Days - Leigh Harris
25. No City Like New Orleans - Earl King
26. Salçe Dames, Bon Jour - Don Vappie & The Creole Jazz Serenaders
27. Marshall's Club - Balfa Toujours
28. You Can Have My Husband - Irma Thomas
29. Go Go - Galactic
30. Not Too Eggy - The New Orleans Klezmer All Stars
31. St. James Infirmary - Preservation Hall Jazz Band
32. Going Back To New Orleans - Deacon John Moore
33. Hot Tamale Boy - Buckwheat Zydeco
34. Fear, Hate, Envy, Jealousy - The Neville Brothers
35. Poop Ain't Gotta Scuffle No More - James Andrews
36. Mardi Gras Mambo - The Hawketts
37. Ice Cream - George Lewis' Ragtime Band
38. No Doubt About It - J. Monque'd
39. Don't You Feel My Leg - The Dirty Dozen Brass Band With Danny Barker & Eddie Bo
40. Dog Hill - Boozoo Chavis
41. Au Bord De Lac Bijou Au Bord De Lac Bijou - Zachary Richard
42. Mardi Gras In New Orleans - Tuba Fats' Chosen Few Brass Band
43. Shrimp And Gumbo - Dave Bartholomew & His Orchestra
44. St. Phillip Street Breakdown - Dr. Michael White
45. Going Back To Louisiana - Clarence
46. Tell It Like It Is - Aaron Neville
47. The Saints - Coolbone Start Start
48. Canaille (You're Cute, But You're Sneaky) - Geno Delafose & French Rockin' Boogie
49. Carnival Time - Al Johnson
50. La Negra Tomasa - Fredy Omar Con Su Banda
51. Let The Good Times Roll - Shirley & Lee
52. The Broken Windmill - Tom McDermott & Evan Christopher
53. Way Down - Champion Jack Dupree
54. Hallelujah - Raymond Myles With The Rams
55. I Hear You Knocking - Smiley Lewis
56. La Crçve De Faim/Starvation 2-Step - Steve Riley & The Mamou Playboys
57. Main Street Blues - The Red Stick Ramblers
58. Sea Cruise - Frankie Ford
59. Tee-Nah-Nah - Henry Butler
60. Smoke That Fire - The New Birth Brass Band
61. Give Him Cornbread - Beau Jocque & The Zydeco Hi-Rollers
62. I Like It Like That, Part 1 - Chris Kenner
63. Classified (Version Two) - James Booker
64. Southern Nights - Allen Toussaint
65. Tipitina - Professor Longhair
66. Party - The Wild Magnolias
67. Dr. Jazz - Ellis Marsalis
68. Ooh Poo Pah Doo - Troy Andrews
69. South Of I-10 - Sonny Landreth
70. Lipstick Traces (On A Cigarette) - Benny Spellman
71. The Right Key But The Wrong Keyhole - Charmaine Neville Band With Reggie Houston & Amasa Miller
72. Rip It Up - Little Richard
73. Royal Garden Blues - Kid Ory's Creole Jazz Band
74. Stoned, Drunk & Naked - Anders Osborne
75. Laissez Faire (Let It Be) - Bruce Daigrepont
76. Digga-Digga-Do - The New Orleans Jazz Vipers
77. Tailspin - Walter
78. Lawdy Miss Clawdy - Lloyd Price
79. Havin' Fun In New Orleans - Edie Bo
80. King Of The Mardi Gras - Tim Laughlin
81. Red Beans - Snooks Eaglin
82. S.U.V. - Mem Shannon & The Membership
83. 'Tits Yeux Noirs (Little Black Eyes) - The Savoy-Doucet Cajun Band
84. Lazy River - Pete Fountain & His Band
85. Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans? - Louis Armstrong & His Dixieland Seven
 
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James Blunt
Lucie Silvas
Mariah Carey
Akon
Mario
Kanye West
 
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