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Last Album You Bought

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by cgannon64, Aug 25, 2003.

  1. cgannon64

    cgannon64 BOB DYLAN'S ROCKIN OUT!

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    Me? I just got:

    Radiohead - Kid A
    Radiohead - Amnesiac

    Both are great if you're into that sort of thing - experimental, techno-ey Radiohead. Kid A and Amnesiac ARE distinctive, against what I previously thought from mp3s. When you listen to them as a whole (in headphones :D) they sound different. Its hard to say but...distinctive.

    What albums did you recently pick up? What did you think of them?
     
  2. Johann MacLeod

    Johann MacLeod Duc de Lorraine

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    Aqualung- Jethro Tull
    Before that, a cd of Renaissance Dance music
    and then before that a cd of Mozart's Flute Concertos
     
  3. Johann MacLeod

    Johann MacLeod Duc de Lorraine

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    i like the Renaissance music a lot, especailly the old instruments, the other two are really good too
     
  4. Darkness

    Darkness Shadow creature

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    A rush of blood to the head - Coldplay
    Absolutely a fantastic album!
     
  5. smalltalk

    smalltalk monkey business

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    Must have been Moodyman or Theo Parrish.
    Warm, unexcited, jazzy black House music.

    Now if anyone knows of 'em, I'm gonna buy you drink!

    (Easy to say, when I'm a thousand miles away. ;) )
     
  6. Ancient Grudge

    Ancient Grudge Its all in this life

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    oh i think it was
    Incubus - Make Yourself

    damn good album
     
  7. thestonesfan

    thestonesfan A Client of Ron Kuby

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    It's been ages. I think it was "Pickin' on The Rolling Stones: A Bluegrass Tribute". It's okay, but I don't listen to it much. Not enough fiddle.
     
  8. Mega Tsunami

    Mega Tsunami Emperor

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    Darkness said:
    Agree 100%. Brilliant.

    @cgannon64 If you like Radiohead, I think you’ll like Coldplay
     
  9. CurtSibling

    CurtSibling ENEMY ACE™ SLeague Staff Supporter

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  10. Zwelgje

    Zwelgje Deity

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    Agreed! :goodjob:
    Bought Showbizz and Origin of symmetry by Muse about a month ago, absolutely brilliant, can't wait for any new stuff by them. :cool:
     
  11. wildWolverine

    wildWolverine L'Etat, c'est moi

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    Through The Past, Darkly, The Rolling Stones :cool:
     
  12. lord_byron_nz

    lord_byron_nz Gimme some money

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    A local band:
    Elemeno P - Love and Disrespect

    Saw them live recently as well. Jolly Good :D
     
  13. thestonesfan

    thestonesfan A Client of Ron Kuby

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    That's one I actually don't have. I do have all the songs several times over, though. :)

    You better get Hot Rocks, which is only the greatest greatest hits collection ever made!
     
  14. Yoshimune

    Yoshimune Haruhiism

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    Hitomi Shimatani - GATE~scena III~
    Your standard J-pop

    Jyoshi Jyuuni Gakubou - Beautiful Energy
    A really cool new group of 12 Chinese girls playing traditional Chinese instruments against a drum set and a little keyboard accompaniment.

    :D
     
  15. col

    col Old Fart Retired Moderator

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    Paul Tilley / Walking Home Drunk Again- in the Tap and Spile, Scarborough, last week. Brilliant musician - and I used to play footie with him too ;)
     
  16. Bozo Erectus

    Bozo Erectus Master Baker

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    Pink Floyd- The Wall. Yep, Im an old fart. The last album I d/led was Cat Stevens Greatest Hits. Yep, Im an old fart. Woops gotta go, my dentures just popped out and when I bent over to pick them up, my Depends filled up:(
     
  17. Benderino

    Benderino Loyal American Democrat

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    Simon and Garfunkel--Bridge over Troubled Water.
     
  18. Ville

    Ville Deity

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    Iron Maiden - Edward the Great
    I will buy the new album, Dance of Death, when it's in shops here
     
  19. wildWolverine

    wildWolverine L'Etat, c'est moi

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    Unfortunately, my Rolling Stones collection is less than complete, but I do have an original copy of Sticky Fingers, complete with zipper :cool:. I only wish my turntable still worked...

    edit: is "original copy" an oxymoron?
     
  20. TrailblazingScot

    TrailblazingScot I was kittenOFchaos

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    "Second Album" and "Phantasmagoria" by "Curved Air" which I bought in Bergen (Norway) :)


    Very good music to relax to and better than some of the crummy mp3s of songs from those albums I had downloaded.
     

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