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Dec 25, 2005 @ 10:16 PM What are you listening to right now?    
joesch_1999


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Photograph---Nickelback
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Dec 25, 2005 @ 11:27 PM What are you listening to right now?    
EyesofBlue72660


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Wander This World - Johnny Lang
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Dec 26, 2005 @ 2:55 AM What are you listening to right now?    
NJSteve176


Posts: 184
http://www.misscreant.com/mixes.html

Misscreant - Acid Battery
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Dec 26, 2005 @ 1:08 PM What are you listening to right now?    
akfitter


Posts: 96
eat a peach cd- - mountain jam- - - - - by the allman brothers
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Dec 30, 2005 @ 6:33 AM What are you listening to right now?    
balanguena


Posts: 9
REMEMBER ME THIS WAY ( Vanessa Wiiliams / Soundtrack for CASPER- the movie)
BORN FOR YOU ( David Pomeranz)
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Jan 2, 2006 @ 8:32 PM What are you listening to right now?    
spongebob777


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Stevie Ray Vaughn

Texas flood.
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Jan 2, 2006 @ 8:53 PM What are you listening to right now?    
ExacerbatedTaboo


Posts: 1,225
Bellamy Brothers

You aint just whistlin Dixie
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Jan 3, 2006 @ 6:10 PM What are you listening to right now?    
magedestiny


Posts: 25
Glory of Love ~ Peter Cetera
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Jan 3, 2006 @ 6:12 PM What are you listening to right now?    
spongebob777


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SRV again tonight "Couldn't stand the weather" but Creed "My own prison" coming up next.
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Jan 4, 2006 @ 11:39 PM What are you listening to right now?    
MotownManiax


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Grace of My Heart "Original Soundtrack"

Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide

Alison Anders' film Grace of My Heart told the story of a female songwriter whose career closely resembled that of Carole King's. The film followed her as she worked her way through the Brill Building before going out west to fall in love with a tortured leader of a surf-rock band (a thinly veiled Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys), and then establishing herself as a solo artist with an album that recalled Tapestry. In order to make the film work, Anders need a collection of new songs that not only recalled classic '60s pop, but also were convincing as hit singles. She assembled an astonishing roster of professional songwriters — including Burt Bacharach, Gerry Goffin, Elvis Costello, David Baerwald, and J. Mascis — that managed to fulfill her goal. The majority of Grace of My Heart is astonishing, capturing the feel and sound of classic '60s pop from Phil Spector to the Beach Boys. Occasionally, the lyrics are a little too knowing ("Unwanted Number"), but the songs themselves are wonderful, particularly the Lesley Gore knockoff "My Secret Love" (which was co-written by Gore and sung by Combustible Edison's Diane Dane), Costello and Bacharach's collaboration "God Give Me Strength" and J. Mascis' bright "Take a Run at the Sun." It's a surprisingly successful and fresh collection, one of the rare soundtracks as cohesive as the film itself. And, even more importantly, it's filled with songs that sound like forgotten classics.



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Jan 6, 2006 @ 6:13 AM What are you listening to right now?    
Always_Striving


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Random comedy tracks (shuffle mode) on my media player from comics: Chris Rock, George Carlin, Andrew Dice Clay, Robin Williams, Jeff Foxworthy, Sam Kinison, & Richard Pryor
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Jan 6, 2006 @ 7:37 PM What are you listening to right now?    
spongebob777


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White Zombie

Astrocreep 2000
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Jan 6, 2006 @ 7:50 PM What are you listening to right now?    
lcd8622


Posts: 266
Audioslave

Out of Exile
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Jan 6, 2006 @ 8:08 PM What are you listening to right now?    
spongebob777


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Ooh I like Audioslave.
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Jan 6, 2006 @ 8:13 PM What are you listening to right now?    
lcd8622


Posts: 266
So do I....gotta mixed cd playing right now...Audioslave, Nickelback and Linkin Park
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Jan 7, 2006 @ 12:06 PM What are you listening to right now?    
MotownManiax


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The Bats "At The National Grid"

Biography by Jason Ankeny & Tim Sendra, All Music Guide

Yet another outgrowth of the seminal Clean, the Bats were an institution on the New Zealand music scene, their melancholy jangle-pop sound and infectious melodies consistently defining the kiwi-rock aesthetic at its very best. The Bats were formed in Christchurch in 1982 by ex-Clean bassist Robert Scott, ex-Toy Love bassist Paul Kean, singer/multi-instrumentalist Kaye Woodward and drummer Malcolm Grant; with Scott adopting lead vocal and guitar duties as well as serving as the group's chief songwriter, they issued their debut By Night in 1984, the first in a series of EPs which also included 1985's "And Here Is 'Music for the Fireside'!" and 1986's Made Up in Blue. (All three were subsequently collected as Compiletely Bats.) The Bats finally released a full-length album, the stunning Daddy's Highway, in 1987; soon after the group went on hiatus, with Scott participating in a Clean reunion tour and Woodward giving birth. The quartet came back together in 1990 to release The Law of Things, another critical favorite which received almost no commercial interest. Fear of God appeared in 1991, and two years later the Bats resurfaced with Silverbeet; an intermittent series of EPs (including Live at WFMU and Spill the Beans, the latter recorded with Superchunk frontman Mac McCaughan on guitar) followed as Scott again focused much of his energies on another Clean reunion, but in 1995 the group returned with a new LP, Couchmaster. The Bats drifted apart soon after the release of the album. Scott spent time in the Magick Heads and working on solo project, Woodward recorded with Roy Montgomery in Dissolve and Kean and Grant formed Minisnap in the early 2000's.

In 2003 the Bats began working on new songs at the National Grid studios in Christchurch and once they had the basic tracks down, moved to Woodward and Kean's home studio for overdubs and mixing. The result was 2005's At the National Grid, released on Magic Marker in the States and Flying Nun in New Zealand. The album doesn't pick up where Silverbeet and Couchmaster left off, it goes back to the glory days of Daddy's Highway and The Law of Things and is their best work since then.

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Jan 7, 2006 @ 4:04 PM What are you listening to right now?    
neoalchemist


Posts: 11
AfroCelt Sound System - Pod
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Jan 8, 2006 @ 8:22 AM What are you listening to right now?    
Always_Striving


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Hmmm I was thinking of this cutie I use to work with and liked. She walked to me grabbed my forearm and she said: "You look like your into the blues- like Dire Straights, At least thats what I always thought of you."

So whenever I think of her (The heartbreakin' cutie) I play a blues track.

Right now I'm listening to: "Ends" by Everlast, Maybe after that I'll listen to some music from Moby.
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Jan 9, 2006 @ 12:27 AM What are you listening to right now?    
SideShoBob


Posts: 12
Blue October - History for Sale
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Jan 9, 2006 @ 12:46 AM What are you listening to right now?    
chad57042


Posts: 53
Lynyrd Skynyrd - The Ballad of Curtis Lowe
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