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(@audioslaveaddict)
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Well since I just got their cd: Velvet Revolver

Then maybe some:

Led Zep

Stone Temple Pilots

Audioslave

Eric Clapton

Pearl Jam

and some Chevelle

Gun control is using both hands!!!


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(@minus_human)
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Metallica
Nirvana - MTV
Godsmack - Faceless
Godsmack
Avril Lavigne

And all the things you said to me
I need your arms to welcome me
But a cold stone's all I see

Let my heart go


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(@rexlander)
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The Tragically Hip

Been addicted to them for the last month, can't seem to listen to anything else...

Keep your stick on the ice!


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 P0RR
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Col Bruce Hampton & the Codetalkers
Addison Groove Project
Global Funk Council
Tea Leaf Green
Umphrey's McGee
Joss Stone


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(@distortion5)
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Satriani - Is there love in space?
Eagles - best of
Deep Purple - best of
pink floyd


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(@nicktorres)
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Okay PORR, you win for most eclectic list....

I'm listening to tea leaf green right now.


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(@alex_)
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what type of music do they play Nick?


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(@nicktorres)
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No idea really, I just picked them from the list and looked them up on napster. They sound a bit art rock right off the bat.


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(@alangreen)
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Rasmus
R.E.M.
Rush - got concert tickets for September
Andres Segovia
the Best Air-Guitar Album In The World series
Black Label Society
Rammstein

and lots of accoustic stuff.

A :-)

"Be good at what you can do" - Fingerbanger"
I have always felt that it is better to do what is beautiful than what is 'right'" - Eliot Fisk
Wedding music and guitar lessons in Essex. Listen at: http://www.rollmopmusic.co.uk


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for anyone looking to try something different, here's a website that hosts shows from more "un-tradional" artists:

SHN's:
http://www.archive.org/audio/etreelisting-browse.php
MP3's
http://www.archive.org/audio/etreelisting-browse.php?mode=mp3

Enjoy!!!


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 cnev
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Ok here's some stuff I'm listening to now

Jet
Interpol
Shellac
AM Radio
Bowie
Counting Crows
Aerosmith (Old)
Album leaf
Black Heart Procession

"It's all about stickin it to the man!"
It's a long way to the top if you want to rock n roll!


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(@violet-s)
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Nick Drake - Five Leaves Left - great acoustic guitar and lyrics
Nick Drake - Pink Moon - ditto
Mia Dyson - cool young Australian
Jet - ditto :)


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 Narn
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Well, I've got a few complitation mp3 discs I leave in the truck, so I'm listening to everything from Aerosmith to Warren Zevon. Mostly Older rock. Lately the repeat button has been getting a workout on John Prine and some classical stuff.

"You want WHAT on the *&%#ing ceiling?" - Michelangelo, 1566


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(@tucker)
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I've been trying to break down the old rock/metal walls this week - I've been listening to the very-metal "There's No Such Thing As A Jaggy Snake" by Biffy Clyro, which is excellent, but I've also been listening intently to some Ben Folds Five, who I really like (I didn't think I would - stuff like that is usually a little too jazzy for me, but I bought Whatever And Ever Amen and I really like it).

What's been in my CD player this week:

Ben Folds Five
Yourcodenameis:milo
Billy Talent
Biffy Clyro
Million Dead (The British version of Rage Against The Machine, only better)
R.E.M (I've been re-listening to Out Of Time and I sort of forgot how good the songs are)


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(@slothrob)
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Yeah, I dug out some oldies this week, too:
Robyn Hitchcock & the Egyptians - Queen Elvis (just had to sing along to "Madonna of the Wasps")
Billy Bragg - Back to Basics (I love the line "Our love is so strong it moves objects in our house.")
Also, went to see John Vanderslice and Pedro the Lion, last night. (Some of the deepest growling guitar distortion I've ever heard; using a Tele Thinline an Ampeg combo and a Klon Centaur overdrive pedal.)


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