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What're You Currently Spinning?

Discussion in 'Konoha Recycling Heap' started by Erkekjetter, Jul 9, 2005.

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  1. Erkekjetter

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    Okay, I'm an avid album listener and I hardly ever just listen to one song off an album (shuffle is the devil!). So, post what album you're currently "spinning" and a little info about the album. And, for the record, I have about 200+ albums, that I do actually spin. Thank god for inheritance.



    I'm currently spinning "rEVOLVEr" by The Haunted. Great album, I love the vocals. The guy can go from singing to growls insanely well, especially on the track "All Against All" when he sings the word "trust".
     
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    Clutch - Robot Hive: Exodus

    Clutch's mos recent album. As always, pure headbang inducing rock/metal. Hell, they use some pretty nifty instruments including a Hammond Organ.

    All over the place and as exotic and impressive as always. :)
     
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    Well, right now i'm listening to Beck - Guero. This is his latest release and it's marvelous. The producers that worked with Beck for Odelay and Midnite Vultures worked with him on this release. Once again, Beck put out a cd that refuses to be assigned a genre.
     
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    Lenon Legends.... I like the Song Jealous Guy.....
     
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    Currently spinning QOSTA - Lullabies to Paralyze

    Everyone keeps bitching and saying it's not as good as Songs For The Deaf and doesn't sound like QOTSA. Well freakin DUH. Half the band walked out on Josh, so ofcourse it wouldn't sound the same. Anywayz, I personally like it better than Songs For The Deaf. I Never Came is an awesome song.

    Oh and btw, the girl in me just said Josh Homme is one of the hottest guys alive today XD
     
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    Faith No More - Angel Dust has a permanent place in my cd drive right now...
     
  7. Erkekjetter

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    I'm still listening to "rEVOLVEr" by The Haunted. This a fucking heavy metal album, makes me want to get up and actually do something :smile-big
     
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    Currently listening to alot of this.

    Swords/Project - Entertainment Is Over If You Want It

    Elliot Smith - Elliot Smith

    World's End Girlfriend - The Lie Lay Land
     
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    Opeth - Damnation

    eternal <3

    I think Cata described it best : It's like a hideous monster singing you lullabies cause it's just trying to comfort you.
     
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    Manntis - Sleep In Your Grave. Great album, kind of ironic, they didn't win The Battle For Ozzfest, yet they get the best deal.
     
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    Hellsing 'RAID' and 'RUINS', awesome music, just plain awesome.
     
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    MF DOOM & Madlib - Madvillian

    Quite possobly DOOM's best album.

    World's End Girlfriend - Farewell Kingdom


    Breathtakingly beautiful. Think Sigur Ros meets Do Make Say Think

    The Shins - Chutes Too Narrow

    Happy, happy music
     
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    Talib Kweli - Hi Tech Reflection/ Train of thought

    best hip hop album everrrrrr imo
     
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    Phish - The man who stepped into yesterday

    I'm in a Phish marathon right now... I'm not sure but I think this is their debut... quiet good actually.
     
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    Matisyahu - Live at Stubb's

    Chasidic Jew + reggae = Matisyahu

    Madvillain - Madvillainy

    What moe said.

    King Geedorah - Take Me To Your Leader

    MF Doom on the boards, damn he's good.
     
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    MF DOOM totally rules my world. The illiest rhymes and the smartest allic to wak the hiphop world

    This is too excitin
    Folks leave out the show feeling truly enlightened
    They say "The Villain been spittin enough lightnin
    To rock shock the Boogie Down to Brighton"
    A'ight then.


    just remember all caps when you spell the man name ;)
     
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    Ashes of the Wake - Lamb of God. Another great album by these guys. Pure American Metal.
     
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    Lacrimosa - Echos

    best progressive rock in my eyes. nice instrumental parts, vocals too

    The Gathering - If then else

    i love her voice.... :amuse
     
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    Lamb - S/T

    I cannot believe I havent listened to this record for this long. Im making a thread about the band and album now.
     
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    Matisyahu - Live at Stubb's

    Listen to this guy, he's amazing. Reggae!

    Kinda sucks but oh well...
     
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    Armor For Sleep - Dream To Believe

    Armor For Sleep - What To Do When You Are Dead
     
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    A Tribe Called Quest - Low End Theory

    Jazzy, laid back hiphop at it's finest
     
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    Actually, Nick Olivieri was given the boot. Which is too bad, cause despite his need to create friction, he was in integral part of the QotSA sound.

    Just listen to the Desert Sessions. O.o

    Oh and Grohl was only a session drummer.

    Now spinning the Desert Sessions, 7-8, 9-10.

    It's even got Dean Ween and Twiggy Ramirez on it...and PJ Harvey. AMAZING stuff. Plus it's where the track The Hanging Tree came from.
     
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    The Mars Volta - Frances The Mute

    Have been listening for almost every day for the last 4 months. I also have 6 live perfomances of them, and over 300mb of pics of the band. So yeah, I'm officialy obsessed with them.

    Can - Tago Mago

    One of the best albums ever period

    Ennio Morricone - A Fistfull Of Dollars And Then Some More

    Classical at it's best.
     
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    I would have given him the boot too. I mean rockstar behaviour, okay..but he was pushing it. And I know Grohl was only there for that session.

    Hmmm..send me the Desert Sessions? Love Hanging Tree <3
    Which reminds me that I should play some Kyuss again. Didn't listen to them in ages.
     
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    Josh and Dave Grohl are HUGE fans of TMV...

    just something random :oh
     
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    Ah..was this an attempt to secretly pimp us? XD
     
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    I wont hold back on any request of pimpage of TMV from me :wink
     
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    Sum 41 - Hellsong
    Sum 41 - subject to change (bonus track)
     
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    Lit - A Place in the Sun

    Sounds so awesome...

    Just waiting for my Royksopp dll to finish.


    Edit: any attempt from you to pimp me with TMV won't be stopped by me XD
     
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