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04-08-2011, 07:47 PM
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Trans-Continental Hustle by Gogol Bordello - While still decent, it isn't nearly as good as Gypsy Punks, or Super Taranta.
Yea, those two are classic Gogol. The Taranta show at the Mayan was one of the best I've ever seen. Good for them for playing bigger shows with System, but it is depressing in a way because Gogol is a band that really shines in a more personal setting.

Anyone else going to Rammstein next month? Haven't been in the Forum since the last Kings game there.

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AHC I have never been into. I cant beliebe RR would even give them a shot. Let alone be the cause of their demise. Hahahaha
Drinking JD's after work. Been in great spirits until I went on NHL.com. Ahhhhhh Need some pick me up music. I will Check this thread for some loving

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Oi, im drinking and im a sucker for covers.
What are YOUR fav covers?
My friends supported Kate Nash in Brisbane last month. Listen to this cover. It makes me happy after a duck ****ing

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Since your drinking... This:

http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyJeC99QO8A

L.A. face with the Oakland booty...


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Since your drinking... This:

http://http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyJeC99QO8A

L.A. face with the Oakland booty...
link doesnt seem to work :'(
listened to arctic monkeys tonight. A certain Romance is my new fav song on the album. Just everthing, pue drunk win


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While im drunk I remember my guilty pleasure. Currently listening to Ace of Base hahahaAHHAHAHAHAHA

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Oi, im drinking and im a sucker for covers.
What are YOUR fav covers?
My friends supported Kate Nash in Brisbane last month. Listen to this cover. It makes me happy after a duck ****ing
Kate Nash is brilliant, and since you're an Arctic Monkeys fan, check out here cover of Florescent Adolescent.

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link doesnt seem to work :'(
listened to arctic monkeys tonight. A certain Romance is my new fav song on the album. Just everthing, pue drunk win
That'll teach me to try and link things when I'm drunk...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyJeC99QO8A

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That'll teach me to try and link things when I'm drunk...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyJeC99QO8A
this would have had so much more impact drunk not hungover. Hahahahaha sounds like boy bands

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bump. anyone got any new music?
I like Boris. reminds me of james iha from the smashing pumpkins full shredding

the xx , pure relaxing music. well written and simple

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Thanks for making this a sticky!

Sorry I can't really get into the posted tunes. I know they're great for some, not for me. Lately I've gotten into more Bluesy stuff, slower and faster tempo like Leon Russell, Allman Bros and older Clapton. The influences of 60's British rock like Elmore James, John Lee Hooker and Muddy Waters are outstanding! I guess reading Keith Richards book "Life" will do that to you...

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Leon Russel is really good. Ahead of his time during his time. John Hiatt is good and sort of in the same category but not entirely so, still a good listen. For fun riffing I like going after the greats, muddy, blind, earl lee etc.

I am spending allot of time listening to The Mountain Goats and Roddy Frame. Both great song writers and really cool people. Gear Heads to boot and those kind of guys are always worth a listen. Allot of acoustic but some of it has its own edge and it is all honest.

Boris is good and fast heavy, I like it.

There is a band that I saw in San Francisco called OHM that is heavy good interesting.


Speaking of the city by a body of water there is a new Captain Beefheart comp out (or it has been out for a little bit) and it is fun.

Also if you like leftover crack chocking victim is right up your alley. In my opinion they are the same band for the most part.

A Crushing Blow is a really good fast guitar driven band that understands melody and meter and knows how to use them both in heavy rock/indie/funpunk sound. A mix of Tool and Smashing Pumpkins with a better singer.


I have come to fall in love with Kate Micucci's simple honest direct music. Yes I know that there are very many great artists like her but she is a good one on her own.

Early Velvet underground is still on my ipod and good but I spent a couple of hours today just listening to Iggy live from 76/77. He remains the guy who really inspired the entire punk sound movement to me and if you listen to him with the stooges early on and then up to 77 and beyond his stuff stood on its own and even more so does today.

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Foo Fighters
The Offspring
Styx
Kansas
Zeppelin
Scorpions
Metallica
Def Leppard
Sum41
Sublime
Coldplay

are some of my favorites.

I love all music though.

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I'd never heard of Leon Russel until now. great voice. like really really good. also a top notch pianist. Going to delve into aa few more artists I havent heard of that you mentioned like Elmore James and the Allman Brothers.

Tried finding some music by A Crushing Blow and found a video of Kulikov. I also need to listen to some Captain Beefheart. I remember trying to listen to it when I was a teenager and I wasnt quite ready. Any songs you recommend?

Same with Kansas. I havent heard of them either
Oh and Iggy Pop. I saw the Stooges for the first time about 4 years ago and they still made me wet myself. Once i was finished with pop punk as an early teenager i wanted to find out its lineage. Thats when **** started getting good for me

edit* just listened to some more Beefheart. I quite possibly may never be ready for this. It gives me more anxiety than Pink Floyds Ummagamma


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A band my wife found, they're pretty awesome. I think they're playing in LA next month.


Oh, the xx are awesome, I dig them but don't know a ton of their stuff.

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As to Beefheart, I know how you feel. I'm the same with Zappa, never really got it.
"Leon Live" is one of my favorite CDs (albums). Big fan of the Honky Tonk piano sound. I first saw him on the "Concert at Bangla Desh" movie. He's is great at meddleys. "Queen of the Roller Derby/Roll Away the Stone" is my favorite. I wish it would have gone on at least 20 more minutes. "Stranger in a Strange Land" gives you a great flavor.

I'm just a big fan of live music and recordings, not so much polish. I love the rough edges and improv.

Elmore James plays a MEAN slide. He was the model Brian Jones used in the early Rolling Stone days. Brian Jones may have been a huge train wreck but he was a brilliant musician (when he wasn't stoned out of his gourd)
Enjoy!

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Never saw Leon Russell but wish I had (i think he's currently touring(who isn't)).

Captain beefheart --- going Waaaaaaaaaay back.

but V.U. is always fine w/ me.

If your listeing to bluesy stuff or getting into older types of music go to i-tunes and type in Jeff Beck Rock and Roll party. Its all the music he played on his tour which is solely a tribute to Les Paul. There are some great old rock standards, and the vocalist he toured with, Imelda May, not only has a great voice but is one sexy lady in the 40-50's lounge singer model. My son downloaded me the whole extended album on one of the free sites. it has about 30 songs, and Beck tears it up on each one, as he did in concert.

I miss me some Allman Brothers, pulling the greatest hits CD now for the drive across town for this afternoons court appearance. Whiping Post, Jessica, one way out. I have eat a peach on LP, I'll put that on this PM.

I have lots of old Zappa, but I havent been in that mode or mood for a long time!!!!

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Jeff Beck is phenomenal. I think there is a special on cable TV somewhere, maybe Ovation (?), and it is great!

I've been an ABB fan forever. I saw them at the Greek Theater (3rd row center!) with Derek Trucks. That dude is mesmerizing on the slide. Also saw Gregg Allman at the Ventura Theater 2 weeks later. Amazing. The mix of southern blues with jazz is great. Sorry so many adjectives but they were really great.

Lately I've been listening to Pandora's Blues Rock station. Definitely a favorite

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http://video.kings.nhl.com/videocent...10344&catid=-7

Is there a track title to the song used in this video? If anyone has any clue on what the name of the song song is that would be greatly appreciated! I know I've heard it before and its just a beautiful sound

Thanks!

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Is there a track title to the song used in this video? If anyone has any clue on what the name of the song song is that would be greatly appreciated! I know I've heard it before and its just a beautiful sound

Thanks!
I got to utilize my smart phone app that recognizes and identifies music, here you go:


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Shazam is literally one of if not the single coolest app that has ever been created

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Pardon for the Stereotype but by any chance are you between the ages of 17 and 23and go raving for 10 hours at a time? I use to like this style when i was that age but as soon as i stopped drinking and clubbing I felt no need for it.

My wife is staring at me funny. Her eyes currently are saying what the ***** are you listening to? Have you taken extasy


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Pardon for the Stereotype but by any chance are you between the ages of 17 and 23?
Thats correct!

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damn, that's cool. kind of explosions in the sky-esque or godspeed you black emperor-esque.

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