On the CD Player (Turntable) Today

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Whithin Temptation - Enter
My Dying Bride - like gods of the sun
Radiohead - Amnesiac
Radiohead - Ok computerRadiohead - Airbag / how am I driving EP
Dead can dance - a passage in time
Brams - Violin concert
* Roger Waters - Amused To Death
* Pink Floyd - The Lunatic Is On The Grass...(or is the lunatic in my head?) :)
*Tears For Fears - Sowing The Seeds of Love
*Pink Floyd - A Momentary Lapse Of Reason
* Jimi Hendrix - The Band of Gypsies
* Muse - Unintended
* U2 - Everything between then and now...
* The Doors - Best of
* Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication (c.d.)

And The Radio of course, which plays "classic rock" all day long. like Led Zeppelin, Tom Petty, Eagles, Journey, Doors, Rolling Stones. Pearl Jam, Korn, Rush and so, and so on...:) :)
Little Feat.

Lowell George (RIP) was a songwriting genius. The group of musicians he assembled are all at the top of their class. It is music that one never tires to listen.

As an aside: Frank Zappa never hired Lowell when he auditioned for Frank. He told him to go back to Georgia and start his own band.

Thanks for that Frank, wherever you are.

Actually in my CD player at this moment:

• Boiled in Lead (CD-R compilation of BiL's most road-worthy songs)
• Rheostatics Introducing Happiness
• The Seeds Travel With Your Mind

But I have 5+ days of music on my external hard drive, so I spend most of my time listening to iTunes; this afternoon I'm shaking out the cobwebs with a random directory of heavy metal. Helloween right now, specifically We Got the Right, followed up with Alice Cooper (I Love the Dead) and, if I sit here long enough, W.A.S.P. (F--k Like a Beast). Aah, there goes my youth.

"I love the dead before they're cold, their bluing flesh for me to hold. Cadaver eyes upon me see nothing."

See, the thing is that if I had smoked dope in high school, I would have moved past my heavy-metal years. In the meantime, there's still a little thrill from playing F--k Like a Beast so everyone in the neighborhood can hear it. Or at least the weird people next door.

Tiassa :cool:
Originally posted by tiassa
"I love the dead before they're cold, their bluing flesh for me to hold. Cadaver eyes upon me see nothing."
I love the dead before they rise,
No farewells, no goodbyes...
  • - Billion Dollar Babies (man, that takes me back a LONG way!)
Fret not, Tiassa. I smoked dope in school and still love metal. :D

For The Fish today:
  • Aretha Franklin - 30 Greatest Hits
  • Dead Can Dance - Aion
  • Ramones - First
  • Wire - Pink Flag
  • Radiohead - OK Computer
*R.E.M. - Eberybody hurts
*The Carrs - Drive
*Pearl jam - Last Kiss
*Blue Oyster Cult - Don't fear the Reeper
*Aerosmith - Crazy

For now, it's playing...:) :)
Originally posted by Banshee
*Blue Oyster Cult - Don't fear the Reeper
  • Then the door was open and the wind appeared
    The candles blew then disappeared
    The curtains flew then he appeared (saying don't be afraid)
    Come on, baby (and she had no fear)
    And she ran to him (then they started to fly)
You all are picking some excellent tunes.
Definitely not enough hours in each day.


(by the way... love the goo goo dolls, but their remake of this classic tune sucks.)
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(by the way... love the goo goo dolls, but their remake of this classic tune sucks.)

The Goo Goo Dolls made one good song. At least, I think it's a good one: "Iris!"

You know that song Goofyfish? :)

Yes, R.E.M. has a lot good songs Lesion 42, :) I know...

*No Doubt - Don't speak
*Gary Moore - Still got the Blues
*Metallica - Unforgiven (part I and II)
*Metallica - Nothing else matters
*Journey - Wheel in the Sky
*Hair - Aquarius (still love that song)

(somebody know Trigun? Wonderful guitar playing there...)
Goo Goo dolls also did "black balloon" and I love that song.

Oh well, today's list:

Pretty Hate Machine- Nine Inch Nails

Yellow Submarine-The Beatles

Night at the Opera-Queen

Motley Crue's Greatest Hits-Motley Crue
Kid A-Radio Head
First Rays of the New Rising Sun-Hendrix
Flood-They Might Be Giants
Vegas-Crystal Method
Come With Us-Chemical Brothers
Live at Philmore East-Hendrix
Rage Against the Machine-Rage Against the Machine
It's a Jimmy Buffett kind of weekend:
  • Somewhere Over China
  • A White Sport Coat And A Pink Crustacean
  • Havana Daydreamin'
  • Hot Water
  • Changes In Latitude
Originally posted by oedipus
Flood-They Might Be Giants
  • Hot Cha

    "If that honey would come back
    We would throw such a party
    Drink and cook the prodigal son
    Fondue forks for everybody"
Had a chance to see them live,
played a in a soccer tournament instead.

From Lincoln;

Purple Toupee:

I remembr the year I went to camp,
Heard about some lady named Selma and some blacks,
Somebody put their fingers in the Presidents ears,
Wasn't to much later they came out with Johnson's wax,
I remember the book depository where they crowned the king of Cuba,
Thats all I can think of but I'm sure there's something else,
Way down inside me I can hear it comming back.....

Also today,

Linclon-They Might be Giants,
Still Got live Even if You Don't Want It-The Dickies
"Singles"-The Smiths
Down on the Upside-Soundgarden.
The Fragile-Nine Inch Nails.

everyone get the fragile, it is awesome.
  • Iggy Pop - Zombie Birdhouse
  • Thomas Dolby - Golden Age Of Wireless
  • Thomas Dolby - Astronauts & Heretics
  • Thomas Dolby - Gate To The Mind's Eye
  • Thomas Dolby - Aliens Ate My Buick

Pink Floyd- Delicate Sound of Thunder, Disc Two

"How can you have any pudding, If you don't eat yer meat?"
Anyone ever seen the Pink Floyd the Wall live at the Berlin Wall video? It is incredible.
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