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BodomBeachTerror  
1 Mar 2011 15:15 | Quote
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This is the thread in which you can post what CD's/LP's/(Cassette tapes?) that you have got recently. Maybe post a short review of what it's about? recommend it to anyone who likes that kind of music? I'd be interested to see what other people are buying.
I recently purchased a few cd's on Amazon, and am now waiting for their arrival.
Nick Drake - Pink Moon
Nick Drake - Bryter Layter
Tom Waits - Heartattack and the Vine
luthier  
1 Mar 2011 15:26 | Quote
Joined: 23 Jul 2008
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Ummm... the last music I bought was vinyl.

RAM-Paul McCartney
&
the Best of Bread-Bread
tinyskateboard  
1 Mar 2011 15:43 | Quote
Joined: 28 Apr 2010
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Nick Drake is great. Neil Halstead is another of my favorites from right next to him on my Ipod. Try "Sleeping on Roads" by Neil Halstead if you don't know it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3o42QpTvWSg

Blonde Redhead
Betty Davis: Whoa..incredible 70's soul funk!
The Cult
The Heavy
MGMT
Judgement Day: they also play with drums as in the second video



Domigan_Lefty  
1 Mar 2011 16:38 | Quote
Joined: 20 Sep 2009
United States
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Red Hot Chili Peppers - "By The Way"
Rage Against The Machine - "Live at Grand Olympic Auditorium"
Rise Against - "The Sufferer and the Witness"
Rammstein - All 6 CDS and and the 2 live DVDs
Papa Roach - "Time For Annaihilation" and "Metamorphosis"

Papa Roach is the only band I own an album Of, that the band name doesn't start with an R.
EMB5490  
1 Mar 2011 16:44 | Quote
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Dumpstaphunk- Listen Hear

The dynamites-Kaboom

Trombone Shorty stuff...



That bass is sexy as hell

Oh and i got some cool stuff by john legend and the roots and soulive and lettuce uk
nullnaught  
1 Mar 2011 20:18 | Quote
Joined: 05 Jun 2010
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I get all my music from the library. The last things i got were Bucketheadland 2 and Woody Guthries worried man blues.
macandkanga  
1 Mar 2011 22:34 | Quote
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I just bought Paradise Lost by Symphony X. It's great but not their greatest.
Phip  
1 Mar 2011 22:39 | Quote
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Lou Reed
"New York"
"Transformer"
"The Blue Mask"
gx1327  
2 Mar 2011 12:26 | Quote
Joined: 20 Sep 2009
United States
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i recently had to re-purchase fugazi's "13 songs" because i lent the last one to a girl i was dating and... well... i probably won't see the CD again. which ticks me off because it was an awesome CD!
btimm  
2 Mar 2011 12:37 | Quote
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lol, my brother used to have a shirt that said "This is not a Fugazi t-shirt"
tinyskateboard  
2 Mar 2011 13:45 | Quote
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Fugazi: I never got anything on cd. Only on tape. Time for me to get into them again..thanks GX.
coleman  
2 Mar 2011 20:46 | Quote
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@emb trombone shorty is sweet!
DarkRiff  
2 Mar 2011 20:51 | Quote
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I just downloaded Frank Zappa - Apostrophe few days ago. Does that count?
GuitarGeorge  
3 Mar 2011 10:17 | Quote
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tinyskateboard  
3 Mar 2011 11:12 | Quote
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GuitarGeorge: thank you...that was really good.

Great Funk EMB, Dumpster or otherwise.
Heather  
3 Mar 2011 13:37 | Quote
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Ermmm... 'Step one' - Steps XD :$

'Bad things' - Jace Everett

'Country Mountain Tributes: The Eagles' - Craig Duncan

'Curtains' - John Frusciante

'A different kind of pain' - Cold

'Apalachian Journey' - Yo-Yo Ma

Greatest Hits of Huey Lewis and the News.

And a 'Best of Sting' Album.

Tbh, I'm a bad person. I rarely actually buy albums now - I've even been listening to a lot of those above online on a free (legal) service called Spotify for a pretty long time. I've listened to most those albums for a while and randomly decided I'd have a spree and actually buy that music the other day. I feel bad about not purchaseing more albums for the artists but at the same time - I'd be one skint person if I bought every album I love.
nullnaught  
3 Mar 2011 13:49 | Quote
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jcb3000  
3 Mar 2011 19:26 | Quote
Joined: 09 Jul 2008
United Kingdom
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Heather says:
Ermmm... 'Step one' - Steps

Oh dear...

I have been pleastantly suprised by some of the music in the UK charts where a few (not many) genuinly talented singers have popped up (Adele for example) which i happen to have to listen all day at my new work.

I think newest band for me would be My Morning Jacket which has the singer from Monsters of Folk in. Fantastic band so i really recommend them.
case211  
3 Mar 2011 19:29 | Quote
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I recently bought Foreigner's Foreigner and Double Vision(fantastic albums) and I would tell you guys about Overkill's Years of Decay--but it's in Nebraska, and I'm in Arizona... I will never buy from the UK again... they said 3 weeks--it took 6!
BodomBeachTerror  
4 Mar 2011 00:34 | Quote
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jcb3000 says:
I think newest band for me would be My Morning Jacket which has the singer from Monsters of Folk in.


I love Jim James's voice! also his work in MoF. But I havnt gotten into MyMorningJacket yet
case211  
4 Mar 2011 01:03 | Quote
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they were the center point of an episode of American Dad! haha I didn't know they were real 'til the end when they showed pics and video of them playing live XD haha that guys voice is incredible though!
macandkanga  
4 Mar 2011 18:29 | Quote
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My Buddy at work just handed me a burned CD of Grand Funk Railroads Phoenix. I can't wait to jell in my car on the way home.
gx1327  
4 Mar 2011 22:53 | Quote
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if you're buying fugazi, go to dischord's homepage and be sure to pick up "the argument". probably one of my favorite albums of all time.

seriously though i need to stop lending my favorite albums to bartenders, i never see them again... the first one was muse's "absolution" but that was to a dude and he straight up lost it. not a romantically complicated situation. but the fugazi one want to a bartender who was female who i had a thing with and it ended and.... dammit! at least i still have it saved as .mp3...


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