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I've been meaning to checkout the new Kaiser Chiefs offering...

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If you liked that, try Sheavy (a bit more on the Sabbath end of metal progenitors) or Wolfmother.

both good choices.

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Over the weekend I've listened to a lot of Monte Montgomery. If you like acoustic guitar, you need to listen to him.

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Been listening to Elbow for years now. Glad to see theyre finally getting some play in the states.

 

Elbow - Leaders of the Free World

 

 

 

 

Hang in until the drums kick in, then submerge yourself in them.

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TV on the Radio - "Dear Science"

Bloc Party - "Intimacy"

Anathallo - "Canopy Glow"

Deerhunter - "Microcastle"

THe Dodo's - "Visiter"

MGMT - "Oracular Spectacular"

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Caught these guys in concert on the 101 last week. Pretty damn impressive for non-country. Reminds me a lot of Zep , but fresh.

 

The Answer

 

Sounds a bit like Sebastian Bach.

 

OK, these guys are pretty darn good. :wacko:

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Just picked up

. Really diggin it. Cool as hell how in the video they time him walking by the instruments right when they are supposed to come in.

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This year's Xmas mix for my wife...

 

Weird Fishes -Radiohead

Lay Your Head Down -Keren Ann

New York -Cat Power

Be Easy -Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings

Rio da Bossa Nova - Beto Villares

You Say It -Al Green

Sea Lion Woman -Feist

The Nest -Jose Gonzales

Dry The Rain -The Beta Band

13:6:35 -Belleruche

Few Feet Away -Otis Taylor

I Go To Sleep -Sia

The Whole of the Moon -The Waterboys

I Believe In You -Cat Power

Niki Hoeky Aretha Franklin

You Go to My Head Shirley Horn

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If you liked that, try Sheavy (a bit more on the Sabbath end of metal progenitors)

Celestial Hi-Fi is a great CD

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:BJ : Not new :BJ:

 

 

:wacko:

 

black ice actually kicks ass ... if you can get by comparing it to all the ac/dc songs you already know.

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Just picked up
. Really diggin it. Cool as hell how in the video they time him walking by the instruments right when they are supposed to come in.

I listen to all sorts of weird crap but that made me :D ... sorta cool video but.... :wacko: I dunno, maybe I'm getting old.

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I listen to all sorts of weird crap but that made me :D ... sorta cool video but.... :wacko: I dunno, maybe I'm getting old.

 

No. That was ... well...fricken weak. :D

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An old standby I need to get back into the rotation is Helmet. That's some good chit right there. :wacko:

 

Another good Helmet jam...

 

When I was 18, a friend insisted we go to the Brighton Bar down at the shore and see this band called Helmet. They had just released Strap It On. We were trying so hard to grow our hair long and look like dirtbags. Then out come these 4 guys with crew cuts looking like Neo-Nazis. There must have been 35 people in the bar and they blew us through the back wall. One of the maybe 5 best shows I've ever seen.

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When I was 18, a friend insisted we go to the Brighton Bar down at the shore and see this band called Helmet. They had just released Strap It On. We were trying so hard to grow our hair long and look like dirtbags. Then out come these 4 guys with crew cuts looking like Neo-Nazis. There must have been 35 people in the bar and they blew us through the back wall. One of the maybe 5 best shows I've ever seen.

:D Pretty close to my reaction, aside from the "seeing them live" part.

 

I saw the video for "In the Meantime" in which you don't really get a good look at the guys, and I'm thinking "Man, these dudes sound like hairy-knuckled, bare chested guys who eat lightning and crap thunder."

 

Then "Unsung" came out and the band appeared to have put the Dartmouth men's tennis team in the video for some reason. :wacko:

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Keller Williams

 

He's good. I used to see him in Boulder when I first moved out here.

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