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^ great song.
<Dr. Quandary - Into the Dirt>
Bluetech - Oleander (Phutureprimitive Symbiotic Remix)
<Rhapsody in Blue - Fantasia 2000>
architecture art music
I see your Rhapsody in Blue with very other genre
other days, other eyes
Sometimes I need the softness of the seventies, ahhhh. The Bee Gees - How Deep is Your Love
Neil Young's Southern Man on this balls freezing cold morning.
NS I believe Lynyrd Skynyrd has a response to that somewhere in Sweet Home Alabama (off the top of my head)...now i must google it. post first, google later.
In last 24-48 hours a lot of this Kasra V Middle East mix and "Habibi Funk 007 Mix" (More 1970s & 1980s sounds from the Arabic world #AntiTrumpMusic). Or recently put together my take on some sounds of 2016.
Been awhile since I listened to Sun Kil Moon or Plaid. Good stuff...
I drove all night,(Celine Hits), back street, Presly ones
Rammstein - Amerika
Suppose that USA's programme could be put into effect. What they envisage, a hundred years hence, is a continuous state of 250 million Americans with plenty of “living room” (i.e. stretching to Afghanistan or thereabouts), a horrible brainless empire in which, essentially, nothing ever happens except the training of young men for war and the endless breeding of fresh cannon-fodder. How was it that he was able to put this monstrous decision across?
modified George Orwell
The only band worth listening to, on repeat, is Run The Jewels.
Although, I am digging this Puscifier album.
I have a Woodstock mood. So - all Woodstock singers:)
DT & The Pussygrabbers
you're beautiful - James Blunt
At this very second - Breakers Roar by Sturgill Simpson
That whole album is something else for a country album, love it.
F*** You - The Headstones
Does anyone else like Reggie Watts? https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=UXyHf_SpUUI
the reggie watts netflix special was amaze
Music in underground transit stations has a special appeal. Slim
Yay! It's Friday Speed of Sound 25
well, this is an oldie where I come from
Because it is.
I agree tintt. hanging with kids in park and I must have brought the Florida weather with me......Lou Reeds -Perfect Day. https://youtu.be/9wxI4KK9ZYo
Pantera - Clash With Reality
ok, back to work...
50 years old today (were he alive)
Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit
here we go - G.R.I.T.S.
doesn't count if u don't have a link
Orbital - Belfast
don't laugh, but this is my favorite Oribtal song...has this weird 70's thing going on to it...the monologue is NOT why I like it.
Orbital - Beached
but if you're going to go with that era you have to go
Underworld - Mmm Skyscraper I Love You
two thumbs up times two!
This is currently cued up for the ride home:
Hail Hail - Pearl Jam
proud 10club member right here.
Into the Wild soundtrack - Eddie Vedder
NS, it took me 25 years to get really into Pearl Jam, and mainly with my wife converting me fully, guess I didn't get it as a teenager... I still have not come around to Alice in Chains yet (she tries).
listened to this discovered Underworld track 5 times today so far, its a getting paperwork done kind of track, a 15 minute slog...
Underworld - Banstyle / Sappy's Curry
Chris, I've been balls to the wall Pearl Jam since the (almost) beginning, roughly 12years old when VS hit... and I got no plans to stop. A in C is a bit of an acquired taste... gota like the depressing heroin addict touch. Still love it though.
yeah, the downer stuff ain't for me (most the time),needs more edge...and balls to the wall, well that's a song
Accept - Balls to the Wall
Listening to http://www.fluxfm.de at the moment: Mädness & Döll - Ich und mein Bruder if you're into German hip hop be sure to check the Flux-streams Rapwoche and Boom HipHop nonstop and Boom HipHop classics...
:D but you not understand this probably lol
Megadeth - Dystopia
Arthur Lyman - Tabou
I've been having an impulse to buy the complete works of Led Zeppelin on vinyl
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