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A small island called Mypos

 

After about 20 seconds on Google, that's pretty funny.

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Megadeth and anything Ritchie Blackmore played while plugged into an amplifier. Not to big on his current gig, but he did enough in his day to keep me listening! :wacko:

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yall probably have heard of MGMT (Time to Pretend or Electic Feel), love this group, especially the song "Kids"

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This song has been running through my head for days. A tribute to Christians scaring children.

 

 

Every thousand years

This metal sphere

10 times the size of Jupiter

Floats just a few yards past the earth

 

You climb on your roof

and take a swipe at it

with a single feather

hit it once every thousand years

 

'ti you've worn it down

to the size of a pea

 

Now, I'd say that's a long time

But it's only just a blink

in the place you're gonna be

 

I'm gonna be perfect from now on

I'm gonna be perfect from now on

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Got the new Animal Collective album last week. Great stuff. Also been digging the brand new album by Andrew Bird and last years album by the Rosebuds I missed. I'd give all steallar reviews.

Edited by splotchman

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yall probably have heard of MGMT (Time to Pretend or Electic Feel), love this group, especially the song "Kids"

 

+1. At first I passed on this album last year, but saw them at Bonnaroo and really enjoyed their show so I picked it up over the summer. Good, solid album through and through.

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I'm gonna start giving Buckcherry more of a listen. Good ole American rock n' roll. :wacko:

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I've grown tired of the same songs on the radio on the commute over and over so I've been listening to a lot of hip hop lately. I think i'm turning into some sort of cross between Puddy and Savage's avatar Michael Bolton. :wacko:

 

 

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I'm gonna start giving Buckcherry more of a listen. Good ole American rock n' roll. :wacko:

 

Remind me to check them out. You are about the 3rd person I know to mentionthem. Unless I'm confusing Buckcherry with King's Buck.

 

I'mlistening to a tonof Magnolia Electric Company lately. Not sure if I'm late to the game or not with them. Love their sound though.

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I actually saw Buckcherry live in Fargo a few years back in a very small venue. They're OK but nothing special. Never been a big fan. The other band that night I liked alot better - Monster Magnet. Dave Wyndorf lit his guitar on fire at the end of the show and swung it around. :D:wacko:

 

EDIT: Apparently not an isolated incident.

Edited by CaP'N GRuNGe

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I actually saw Buckcherry live in Fargo a few years back in a very small venue. They're OK but nothing special. Never been a big fan. The other band that night I liked alot better - Monster Magnet. Dave Wyndorf lit his guitar on fire at the end of the show and swung it around. :D:wacko:

 

EDIT: Apparently not an isolated incident.

 

Where'd you see them?

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I just picked up two interesting discs - one is Mercury Rev's Snowflake Midnight which lands directly between Pink Floyd and The Flaming Lips on the psychedelic scale...

 

...the more disturbing one is a s/t disc by a band called The Heavy Circles...it's really good, poppy female vocals with a trip-hop sorta vibe to it. What was disturbing is that it is really, REALLY good - and the singer is Edie Brickell.

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...the more disturbing one is a s/t disc by a band called The Heavy Circles...it's really good, poppy female vocals with a trip-hop sorta vibe to it. What was disturbing is that it is really, REALLY good - and the singer is Edie Brickell.

 

Just picked this up yesterday. and yes it is really, REALLY good.

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I just picked up two interesting discs - one is Mercury Rev's Snowflake Midnight which lands directly between Pink Floyd and The Flaming Lips on the psychedelic scale...

 

...the more disturbing one is a s/t disc by a band called The Heavy Circles...it's really good, poppy female vocals with a trip-hop sorta vibe to it. What was disturbing is that it is really, REALLY good - and the singer is Edie Brickell.

 

Oh snap.

 

Digging the myspace tracks on both these artists.

http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fusea...endID=387647682

http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fusea...iendID=89336992

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I just picked up two interesting discs - one is Mercury Rev's Snowflake Midnight which lands directly between Pink Floyd and The Flaming Lips on the psychedelic scale...

 

...the more disturbing one is a s/t disc by a band called The Heavy Circles...it's really good, poppy female vocals with a trip-hop sorta vibe to it. What was disturbing is that it is really, REALLY good - and the singer is Edie Brickell.

Love Floyd, the Lips and even Edie Brickell. But these two almost put me to sleep. :wacko: Maybe I'm just not in the right frame of mind right now to listen to more mellow stuff.

 

E2A: The new Franz Ferdinand is out. Giving a listen on iTunes right now .... sounds good so far.

Edited by darin3

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Yeah I like country. I like some rap. But when you boil it down, I really find myself coming back to bands like Tool... and I'm on a hugh

kick right now.

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Danger Mouse & Sparkle Horse (unreleased)

Dark Night of the Soul

 

So far the only song I haven't liked is the Iggy Pop one, but I've never been a big fan of his.

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