What's in your playlist this week?

Slow Diver
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Just share what are you into recently.
I am currently listening to
Stravinsky - Petrouchka(sp?), that really blows me away.
Groove Armada -- its a cool mixture between hip-hop, rock, dance, house.
Tool - the last album
and the usual(for me) dose of funk/punk/alternative/psychadelia/whatever -- Jane's Addiction, Chilies, Incubus, Primus

The world is loaded, it's lit to pop, nobody is gonna stop!
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Fiona Apple, Pink Floyd (as usual), GNR, U2
... and that's all I have to say about that.

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Corrosion of Conformity
Dead can Dance
Depeche Mode
Shadows Fall
Aphex Twin
High on Fire
Jason Becker

That's a usual day at work for me....
guns dont kill people, people kill people, and monkeys do too (if they've got a gun)
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Jolly McJollyson
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Bizet's "Carmen"

Puccini's "Madame Butterfly"

Judas Priest

Mozart's "Turkish March"

MC Hammer

Vanilla Ice

Eric Clapton

Robert Johnson
I want the bomb
I want the P-funk!

My band is better than yours...
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Driving: I've been listening to a lot of Jerry Cantrell's solo stuff, The Gits, Morphine and Children of Bodom.

At home: My iTunes library on "Random"
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Stevie ray vaughan's live alive
Robben Ford - Discovering the blues
Deep Purple - machine head
Johnny Winter - all of them
thats about it
oh yeah and some pantera and dream theater from time to time

"They think im crazy..
but i know better.
It is not I who am crazy.
It is I who am mad.."

ren hoek
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A Perfect Circle-both of their albums
New Sevendust
Bob Seger
and some other stuff.
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Metallica - S&M, and Master of Puppets (got the tapes in my car)

DreamTheatre- M Pt 2: SFAM

Jet- Get Born

John Butler Trio

don't know what else

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Children Of Bodom
Avenged Sevenfold
Nine Inch Nails
The Used
Cradle of Filth
Moi Dix Mois
Malice Mizer

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Lots of children of bodom,lamb of god,arch enemy,in flames,soilwork,immortal,krisiun,exhumed and a little opeth for a change.

Later! \m/
Try once,fail twice...
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Touch wood - Antonio Forcione - for late night chillin'
Strays - JA - for air guitaring
Dixie chicken - Little Feat - for sleazy groovin'
For Django - Joe Pass - for practising guitar to
Righteousness and humidity - Martin Simpson - for imagining I'm not in England but in the swamps of Louisiana
Results may vary - Bizkit - working out my aggression after a sh*t day at work
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Most of my CD's are in the changer in my car, which my girlfriend pirated today, so i've been torn down to listening to my mp3's. of the most consciously clicked on:

"Immigrant" Song by Zepplin
"Sorrow" by Bad Religion
"Common People" by Pulp (this sounds like an exchange between me and 3/4 of the girls i sell cars to every day)
"Lost Art of Keeping a Secret" by Queens of the Stone Age
"SOS" by Kula Shaker
"Last Dance With Mary Jane" by Tom Petty
"Hey Ya" by Outkast
"Obstacle 1" by Interpol
the live woodstock versions of "I'm Going Home" by Ten Years After (the guitar work in that song is quite amazing) and "Tommy" by The Who
"Bell Boy" by the Who, from Quadrophenia
more from the self-proclaimed king of long-winded posts
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Karma In The South
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Ive been listening to alot of Our Lady Peace, particularly the latest album "Gravity". They remind me of my girlfriend who I wont see til xmas so theyre kinda special to me. We saw em together in August and it was a great gig, although I knew little about them at the time.

Also been listening to Alice In Chains, particularly "Them Bones" and "Angry Chair"
Nirvana's Nevermind album (yeah Im 12 years late for grunge, Im only catching up)
Butch Walker/Marvelous 3
Damien Rice

and some random songs I like currently:
Soundgarden - The Day I Tried To Live
Refused - Tannhauser (?)
AFI - Death Of Seasons
Dismemberment Plan - Time Bomb
Misery Loves Co. - Prove Me Wrong
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Angry Chair is one of the best songs ever.
# 14
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Ring of Fire
Planet X

Yeah, I'm feeling like Tony Macalpine recently.

I've also really been digging Buckethead's more recent solo albums, good acoustic stuff.
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update on CDs for this week:

b b king & clapton- Riding with the king

Clapton- August

Santana- Best of Santana

Foo Fighters- one by one

i also noticed that PonyOne mentioned ‘The Who’, and I thought that you might be interested to know that my uncle (a professional drummer) was the substitute drummer for ‘The Who’ during some of their Amsterdam concerts.
Just a useless piece of info, kinda like ‘even though it has humps a camel’s spine is straight’

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Led Zeppelin, Clash, Libertines, Strokes. I'm reall into old school punk and new alternative/rock/punk like the Libertines and Strokes.
Electric Guitars are the inspiration for cries of "Turn that damn thing down"-Gibson website
# 17
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new update:
Soundgarden: A-sides and B-sides
Cold-Year of the Spider
A Perfect Circle-Mer de Norms
Korn-Did My Time, One
Korn-Follow the Leader
System of a Down-System of a Down
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