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#26 2007-10-16 06:43:00

chamberk
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

I've started diggin Against Me! too, Sisterdew.

A Tribe Called Quest - Vibes and Stuff


"You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows."  - Bob Dylan

 

#27 2007-10-16 08:08:00

Genisis X
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

Trust - Sevendust

-X


I was going to do more things, but I'm staring uselessly at my computer again...
-Magpie

 

#28 2007-10-16 08:13:00

Hiragana
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

Le Tombeau de Couperin - Maurice Ravel

 

#29 2007-10-16 08:16:00

Genisis X
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

Lotion - The Greenskeepers

-X


I was going to do more things, but I'm staring uselessly at my computer again...
-Magpie

 

#30 2007-10-16 08:55:00

sisterdew
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

Chamberk wrote:

I've started diggin Against Me! too, Sisterdew.

HEH:D
if you can,go and see them live-they were AMAZING! played only one hour(a bit more with 5 encores),but didn't talk much in between songs,so it was fully worth it!and the singer is one hawt guy,i can tells ya!

a band that goes roughly in the same direction,but with more irish-folk influences:Flogging Molly


daisy-headed, one-eyed, one-horned, flying purple people eater!

 

#31 2007-10-16 21:34:00

chamberk
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

I don't really care about how hot the guy is honestly. =P  Also, it's hard to catch good concerts in Japan.  Sigh.

The Shins - Phantom Limb


"You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows."  - Bob Dylan

 

#32 2007-10-16 22:14:00

sisterdew
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

i thought so..but had to mention it anyways:D

flogging molly-drunken lullabies


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#33 2007-10-16 23:30:00

Hiragana
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

Come Lay Me Down - Tanyss Nixi

 

#34 2007-10-17 06:09:00

sisterdew
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

At the Drive-In "invalid letter dept."


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#35 2007-10-17 06:27:00

Genisis X
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo - Bloodhound gang

-X

[ October 17, 2007: Message edited by: Genisis X ]


I was going to do more things, but I'm staring uselessly at my computer again...
-Magpie

 

#36 2007-10-17 06:28:00

Sahi
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

Did they actually name it that, or are you keeping this a family board? In the latter case it is uniform not unicorn. :)

Yalahii.


"Because it is scientifically impossible to have enough books." - Patrick Rothfuss

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#37 2007-10-17 06:29:00

Hiragana
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

La Ultima Cancion - John Williams and John Etheridge, (Places Between, Live in Dublin)

(the classical guitar student in me has to point out pedantically that it's the guitarist and not that, composer guy, you know)

 

#38 2007-10-17 06:30:00

Genisis X
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

Sahi wrote:

Did they actually name it that, or are you keeping this a family board? In the latter case it is uniform not unicorn. :)

Yalahii.

Yes and yes. :)

Down For The Cause - Hilltop Hoods

-X


I was going to do more things, but I'm staring uselessly at my computer again...
-Magpie

 

#39 2007-10-17 06:32:00

Sahi
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

I should have brought my MP3 player with me... No music for me. :(

Yalahii.


"Because it is scientifically impossible to have enough books." - Patrick Rothfuss

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#40 2007-10-17 06:34:00

sisterdew
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

the kooks-oooh la

on bloodhound gang..you have no idea how long it took me to realise what this song is about:D


daisy-headed, one-eyed, one-horned, flying purple people eater!

 

#41 2007-10-17 07:05:00

Genisis X
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

sisterdew wrote:

the kooks-oooh la

on bloodhound gang..you have no idea how long it took me to realise what this song is about:D

You have to be joking? I mean even the english as a second language thing isn't any excuse for that song!

*huggles sisterdew in a most un-bloodhound-gang-song like manner*

;)

One Fix - Dope

-X


I was going to do more things, but I'm staring uselessly at my computer again...
-Magpie

 

#42 2007-10-17 07:59:00

sisterdew
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

:D yeah,i know...i should be ashamed.and the chorus IS easy
but maybe it was for my own good,because when i did understand it(i needed to see the video clip to fully grasp it)i was shocked-not that other songs by the bloodhound gang are less...explicit


daisy-headed, one-eyed, one-horned, flying purple people eater!

 

#43 2007-10-17 10:18:00

Hiragana
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

When the Poets Dreamed of Angels - David Sylvian

One of my favourite songs, ever!

 

#44 2007-10-18 05:10:00

Hiragana
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

My Rights Versus Yours - The New Pornographers

 

#45 2007-10-18 06:16:00

chamberk
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

Bruce Springsteen - "Jungleland"

Inspired to listen to him after I saw a video of him performing with Win and Regine from the Arcade Fire.


"You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows."  - Bob Dylan

 

#46 2007-10-18 06:27:00

chamberk
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

Blonde Redhead - "The Dress"


"You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows."  - Bob Dylan

 

#47 2007-10-18 07:30:00

Hiragana
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

15 Step - Radiohead

 

#48 2007-10-18 07:54:00

Genisis X
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From: permanent existential crisis
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

Nothingness - Drowning Pool

-X


I was going to do more things, but I'm staring uselessly at my computer again...
-Magpie

 

#49 2007-10-18 08:00:00

chamberk
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From: Georgia
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

Hiragana - do you have a LastFM account?


"You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows."  - Bob Dylan

 

#50 2007-10-18 08:08:00

Hiragana
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Re: Necromantic "What Are We Listening To Now?" (oldskool version)

No, Chamber, I don't...never got around to it.

She Will Destroy You - Harold Budd & The Cocteau Twins

 
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