What music are you listening to? (in Off-topic)


QBJohnnywas January 7 2006 12:42 PM EST

My old piece of junk PC has finally died. And gone with it are about 4000 mp3's. So without my old playlists I've had to unpack my CD's. Some of the ones I'm listening to were on the playlist but I've been rediscovering some albums I forgot I owned. I love it when that happens.

Currently working my way through the following:

Sound Affects by The Jam
More Specials by The Specials
International Velvet by Catatonia
Songs For Swinging Lovers by Frank Sinatra
Odelay by Beck
Man Machine by Kraftwerk
Pills Thrills and Bellyaches by The Happy Mondays


So, what are you listening to?

AdminQBnovice [Cult of the Valaraukar] January 7 2006 12:47 PM EST

Resolve -- Lagwagon
Make Believe -- Weezer
Entombed -- Wolverine Blues
Bouncing Souls -- Good the bad and the argyle
Lila Downs -- La Sandunga

Maelstrom January 7 2006 1:21 PM EST

A few albums I've been listening to lately:

Anjali - World of Lady A
Bill Laswell & Jah Wobble - Radioaxiom
Coil - Horse Rotorvator
Laibach - NATO
The Legendary Pink Dots - The Maria Dimension
Serge Gainsbourg - Couleur Café
Simon Shaheen & Qantara - Blue Flame
VNV Nation - Futureperfect

Quark January 7 2006 2:26 PM EST

The Corb Lund Band - their most recent CD and song "The Truck Song" is hilarious if you have a sense of humor for things "country"

MaLicious [Ascendancy] January 7 2006 3:18 PM EST

Right this moment

Amon Amarth - Victorious March
after that
Cradle of Filth - A Gothic Romance
Cradle of Filth - Angel of Death
Cradle of Filth - Babylon AD


I would keep going but it would take me too long to finish off my playlist.

Mem January 7 2006 11:34 PM EST

Spaceoddity- David Bowie
Glycerine- Bush
Hey- Pixies
Section 9- The Polyphonic Spree
Bridge Over Troubled Water- Simon & Garfunkel
What Do I Do- Jimmy's Chicken Shack
Teeth Like God's Shoeshine- Modest Mouse
Such Great Heights- The Postal Service
Don't Stop Believing- Journey

The spellchecker sucks!

Mem January 7 2006 11:36 PM EST

I forgot to add The Final Countdown- Europe!

Admin{CB1}Slayer333 January 7 2006 11:36 PM EST

if its by KoRn, I listen to it :)

XxFaezerxX January 7 2006 11:40 PM EST

I listen to umm Hoobastank, AC/DC, Red Hot Chili Peppers, 3 Doors Down, Blink-182, Fall Out Boy, and Queen. Yay!

Ox [StephenMelinda Gates Fund] January 7 2006 11:52 PM EST

today I listened to some merzbow, yellow swans, neon hunk, mouse on mars, elliott smith, sole, anti-pop consortium, and a little Godspeed you! Black emperor.

deathwake January 7 2006 11:53 PM EST

Us And Them by Shinedown

Ox [StephenMelinda Gates Fund] January 7 2006 11:54 PM EST

Ahh and Lightning Bolt - Riffwraith!

QBsutekh137 January 8 2006 12:43 AM EST

Bach.

QBPixel Sage January 8 2006 12:53 AM EST

True by Ryan Cabrera =D

YNM January 8 2006 1:08 AM EST

I am lisetening to the clicking of my keyboard and the whir of my Hard Drive...nothing new.

Thraklight Resonance January 8 2006 3:52 AM EST

Some techno thing where the guy keeps chanting "I'm the operator of my pocket calculator."

AdminG Beee January 8 2006 3:59 AM EST

For the last hour I've been listening to wifey gently snore while I type quietly in bed next to her.

Emin3nt January 8 2006 4:06 AM EST

Some bands:

Waterdown
Underoath
Aiden
Taking Back Sunday
The Bravery
My Chemical Romance
Avenged Sevenfold
Eighteen Visions
KoRn
Gorillaz
Hidden In Plain View
Thrice
Nine Inch Nails
Hollywood Undead
Senses Fail
Funeral For A Friend
36 Crazyfists
Silverstein

Thraklight Resonance January 8 2006 4:08 AM EST

Oh, that would be Kraftwerk (the "I'm the operator of my pocket calculator, not Mrs. Beee). :-)

Now I'm listening to Comet Gain "Bored Roar."

QBBast [Hidden Agenda] January 8 2006 10:11 AM EST

Don't Let Him Go -- REO Speedwagon (He's a sweet-talkin' stud who can melt a girl's ...)
A Moment Lost -- Enya
I Walk the Line -- Mr. Johnny Cash (The _real_ one -- nothing against Mr. Phoenix)
The Tower -- Vienna Teng
The Mississippi Squirrel Revival -- Ray Stevens (Better than "Sunday Morning Coming Down" today)
Folsom Prison Blues -- Thirty Odd Foot of Grunts (Judge not, lest ....)

Zoglog[T] [big bucks] January 8 2006 10:24 AM EST

Girl From Mars-Ash
Burn Baby Burn (previously called "Slow Suicide")-Ash

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] January 8 2006 10:29 AM EST

In no particular order;

Jimmy Eat world
Breed 77
Skunk Anansie
Tivoli
Roots Manuva
Busta Rhyms
"I WIll Go" (Can't remember the band...)
The Carmina Burana
Kelly Clarkson
The Streets

I'm sure I've missed some...

Gilgamesh2090 [NCB Shop] January 8 2006 10:33 AM EST

Such Great Heights - The Postal Service (quite unique band...like the Bartlett Pear)
The Ghost of You - My Chemical Romance
Just Tonight - Jimmy Eat World
Wake Me Up in September - Green Day
23 - Jimmy Eat World
Sugar, We're Going Down - Fall Out Boy
Helena - My Chemical Romance
Be My Escape - Reliant K
Sweet Child O' Mine - Guns N Roses
California Dreaming - Mama's and Papa's/ DJ Sammy
End Theme - Gladiator Soundtrack
Be Yourself - Audioslave
Back to California - Sugarcult
Anthem of Our Dying Day - Story of the Year
1979 - Smashing Pumpkins

AdminShade January 8 2006 10:37 AM EST

none at all atm :\

(CB1)logan666 [Jago] January 8 2006 10:39 AM EST

Pink Floyd-Dark Side of the Moon(while I was driving home from work)
Death Angel-The Ultra-Violence(now)

QBJohnnywas January 8 2006 10:49 AM EST

ok, the digital radios on full blast:

XFM, a London alternative station. (check out XFM.Co.UK for their website and online broadcast)

Some good new bands, on the pop side of alternative:

The Cribs
The Guillemots
Malcolm Middleton


plus:

Kaiser Chiefs
Hard--Fi
The Libertines
The Editors
The Doves
Sigur Ros
The Strokes
Belle and Sebastian

there's a lot of decent music being made in the UK at the moment, if you like the early 80's influence that's going on. Course if you don't that's tough! But this is the first time in about ten years I like so much of what's going on..

Zoglog[T] [big bucks] January 8 2006 10:51 AM EST

Arctic Monkeys, should get best new band of 2006 unless a miracle band appear on the scenes.

QBJohnnywas January 8 2006 10:52 AM EST

Zog, if you like them check out The Cribs. They're along the same sort of lines. Love the Monkeys!

QBJohnnywas January 8 2006 11:11 AM EST

GL, Tivoli? They're ok, but the guitarist needs a good smack. He loves himself.... ;)

Victimizer [C and S Forgery Lmtd.] January 12 2006 7:51 PM EST

a few bands i enjoy:

Classic/Old School Not classic/New school ;P

Queen KoRn
Styx SOAD
Van Halen Smile Empty Soul
Boston TRAPT
Guns n' Roses Panic! at the Disco


Country Rap

Johnny Cash None...wait..um..mabye some.. I'm not sure


Christian

Thousand Foot Krutch
Newsboys
Relient K


so i have a mixed taste what are YOU going to do about it?

Victimizer [C and S Forgery Lmtd.] January 12 2006 8:01 PM EST

a few bands i enjoy on a day to day basis Classic/Old School Queen Styx Van Halen Boston Guns n' Roses Not classic/New school ;P KoRn SOAD Smile Empty Soul TRAPT Panic! at the Disco Country Johnny Cash Rap None...wait..um..mabye some.. I'm not sure Christian Thousand Foot Krutch Newsboys Relient K so i have a mixed taste what are YOU going to do about it?

Victimizer [C and S Forgery Lmtd.] January 12 2006 8:02 PM EST

nevermind those posts i tried to sort it out but it turned out worse the second time

oh well

RedWolf January 12 2006 8:26 PM EST

hmm, off the top of my head...

Interpol
Coldplay
Minus the Bear
Metric
65 Days of Static
Postal Service
M83
Hot Hot Heat
Squarepusher

I know I've got lots more but that's all that comes to mind :-P

Ox [StephenMelinda Gates Fund] January 12 2006 8:28 PM EST

Squarepusher and 65 Days of Static rock =)

RedWolf January 12 2006 8:33 PM EST

indeed :-)

Rubberduck[T] [Hell Blenders] January 12 2006 10:01 PM EST

Closer - Joy Division
Hits - The Birthday Party

[CB1]Deadlight January 12 2006 11:15 PM EST

Nightwish, Skyfire, Arch enemy, Atreyu, Soilwork, Lacuna Coil...just to name a few. Since the spell check does not like half of those names, you get to see this stuff down here. Tried to send it through again, and what do we have? Nothing. Let me try a couple of more words.

Tyra January 13 2006 12:06 AM EST

Elton John, Mike & the Mechanics, Billy Joel, Shania Twain, Celine Dion, Lene Marlin, Eric Clapton, Five, Blue, Chris de Burgh, BSB, Green Day, The Corrs, 3 Doors Down, Evanescene, Beegees, Beatles, Stevie Wonder, John Farnham, Tracy Chapman.... and whatever good there is on the radio...

Mem January 13 2006 1:38 AM EST

The Likes Of You Again by Flogging Molly.

MonkeyMandate [Wasting Time] January 13 2006 4:51 AM EST

a lot
Nightwish, Arch Enemy, Spiritual Beggars, Atreyu, Soulfly, White Stripes, System of a Down, Disturbed, Act of God, Opeth (best band around), Bad Religion, DevilDriver, Foo Fighters and much more
also some good aussie bands such as Bernard Fanning and Powderfinger

[SIBT]Gardiner Amarth January 14 2006 1:05 AM EST

Some of the artists and their respective albums that I am currently listening to-
Bruce Dickinson: A Tyranny Of Souls, Accident Of Birth, The Chemical Wedding
Iron Maiden: Dance Of Death, Somewhere In Time
Amon Amarth: Fate Of Norns
Young Jeezy: Let's Get It- Thug Motivation 101
Lil Jon and The Eastside Boys: Kings Of Crunk
Westside Connection: Terrorist Threats
Star Wars Episode I, II, and III soundtracks
Steely Dan: Showbiz Kids (Best of)
Megadeth: Rust In Peace
And last but not least, a little album called "Diablo" that is still in progress by yours truly :P
Apparently, spell check does not like any of the artist names I entered that happen to be in the rap genre. :(

PirateKing January 14 2006 1:46 AM EST

I've been kicking back with....




Oh lord, I have no life. :P

Maelstrom January 14 2006 2:09 AM EST

Only a True King of Pirates would have such impeccable taste in music! ;)

Thraklight Resonance January 14 2006 3:11 AM EST

The Light Footwork - Art Of Everyday Communication
The Helio Sequence - People Of The Secret
We Are Scientists - Callbacks
The Sea And Cake - Hotel Tell
The Cure - Lullaby
Shout Out Louds - The Comeback
Kings of Leon - The Bucket

Phrede January 14 2006 6:26 AM EST

Anything by Floyd, Hendrix, Led Zep, Free and Vivaldi

Nostalgia aint what it used to be :)

LumpBot January 14 2006 7:27 AM EST

Some of my favorites include Tool, Deftones, Lifer, Breaking Benjamin, and Earshot.

Adminedyit January 14 2006 10:47 AM EST

Tool, Metallica, MegaDeth, Pantera, and Ozzy. :)

Zoglog[T] [big bucks] January 14 2006 10:55 AM EST

/me starts strumming along to "Symphony of Destruction" for edyit.

PirateKing January 14 2006 12:37 PM EST

Nothing gets my blood pumping like:





What? That babe in the middle is one fine hottie. :P

{CB1}Lukeyman January 14 2006 1:10 PM EST

Good Ol' Celtic Rock.

Irish Decendants and MacKeel is where it's at!

Special J January 14 2006 1:37 PM EST

Pirateking that looks like a family picture from eastern KY, and the hottie in the middle would be soon find the axe swung in her general direction.

PirateKing January 14 2006 2:07 PM EST

Yeah, well they do one dynamite rendition of "I'm No Kin to the Monkey". :D

QBBarzooMonkey January 14 2006 2:22 PM EST

What, like it's a bad thing to be kin to a monkey? ;)

I currently have:
"The Man Comes Around",
David Wilcox "Breakfast At The Circus,
Scorpions "Blackout",
Ultravox Greatest Hits, and
Frank Zappa "Apostrophe/Overnight Sensation"

in my 5-disc changer.

Mem January 14 2006 8:16 PM EST

The Engine Driver by The Decemberists.

Hyrule Castle January 14 2006 8:18 PM EST

lots of it
keane, thrice, system of a down, avenged sevenfold, disturbed, ben folds

all pretty good, all different, its good listening to them, they all a little different its good to mix it up every now and then

PoisoN January 14 2006 8:33 PM EST

Some nice Jumpstyle. Because I'm in a good mood. :-D

Mem January 17 2006 11:07 AM EST

Brain Stew (The Godzilla Remix) by Green Day... There's something about a giant lizard roaring throughout a song that really works up my ire.

Relic January 17 2006 11:08 AM EST

Salt Licks

Halcyon January 26 2006 12:45 AM EST

Right now, just got done listening to Gary Numan's Pure cd ...

Currently playing:

Bile - Jerk, Submission, and the remake of Midlife Crisis .... if you like goth, industrial/BDSM .. Bile, is awesome

Bile was in the movie Strangeland .. the band that was playing in the BDSM club where Howdy hung out .. singer had his face painted green .. I dunno .. I know Mal will love em I'm sure .. especially In League :)

I dunno, check em out ... it's different :)

IndependenZ January 26 2006 8:56 AM EST

To follow in PK's footsteps:



I hereby present to you: The Woudrichem Salmon Fishermen Choir!

PirateKing January 26 2006 9:23 AM EST

I soooooo want a copy of that Salmon fisherman CD. :D

QBsutekh137 January 26 2006 1:42 PM EST

OK, if this thread keeps going I am going to kill it off the way I did the last one...

PirateKing January 26 2006 1:43 PM EST

Yeah. God forbid anyone says anything even a smidgen less than in utmost seriousness. Sheesh.

Ox [StephenMelinda Gates Fund] January 26 2006 1:46 PM EST

Maelstrom January 26 2006 1:51 PM EST

Clowns! AAAAAaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh................

PirateKing January 26 2006 1:51 PM EST

Time to rock out to the timeless musical stylings of:




:P

linkz0r January 27 2006 9:32 PM EST

city and colour.

Unica January 28 2006 8:37 AM EST

Mozart ( a lot lately for obvious reasons)
Chopin
Tchaikovsky
Beethoven
Vivaldi
Bach

Techno, I like Prodigy, but mostly random stuff

Other than that, whatever Karmic Mishap puts on . . .

[The Wretched]Freekie [Lower My Fees] January 28 2006 8:39 AM EST

UHHH... Manson!!!

:P

heavyhits January 28 2006 11:08 AM EST

Jimi Hendrix.....Electric Ladyland......

IndependenZ January 28 2006 11:22 AM EST

In utmost seriousness, this is what I'm listening to:



Sutekh is San Francisco based electronic music artist Seth Horowitz. The Hands To Feet EP is part of the Soul Jazz Microsolutions for Mega Problems series - their contribution to chronicling modern electronic music.

This kind of music truly gives me a happy feeling!



Oh, and PoweredByMushu AKA Sutekh: don't take this personally. It's just a joke. :)

PirateKing January 29 2006 11:49 PM EST

Yet another classic to share:



Just ignore the "goodbye Mr. Bond" appearance and focus on the music. :P

Maelstrom January 30 2006 12:34 AM EST

Truly, one of my favorite albums:

subucni January 30 2006 12:36 AM EST

Dschinghis Khan - Moskau
:)

PirateKing January 30 2006 12:40 AM EST

"Dschinghis Khan - Moskau"

Welcome to my sick and twisted world. :P

QBsutekh137 January 30 2006 1:08 AM EST

Sutekh rocks.

maulaxe January 30 2006 1:36 AM EST

anyone remember the music from Chrono Trigger?

Even if you don't, this might rock your socks off. So be sure to wear some.

AdminShade January 30 2006 8:18 AM EST

Danii Minogue atm.

Phrede January 30 2006 9:25 AM EST

Still listening to Floyd. Hendrix, Led Zep and anything by any Country Blues artist.

Oh yes and anything by my next door neighbour (I have no choice)

(CB1)logan666 [Jago] January 30 2006 9:29 AM EST

AC/DC-Back in Black

One of the greatest rock albums of all time:)

QBsutekh137 January 30 2006 10:05 AM EST

And great to sing karaoke to!

PirateKing January 31 2006 12:16 PM EST

Because I just cannot let go......



This album taught me many valuable lessons. Namely "Never go on a picnic in Tijuana without taking along monstrous quantities of Original Recipe". Yepper... I NEVER travel to Mexico without at least one bucket of fried chicken handy. :P

TheEverblacksky January 31 2006 8:09 PM EST

Senses Fail - Rum is for Drinking, not for burning
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