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What are you listening to?

trappedslider

Explorer
I only discovered Lacuna Coil due to listening to Delain which i found via Leaves Eyes which was discovered by looking up symphonic metal of all things lol
 

jonesy

A Wicked Kendragon
Somehow The Birthday Massacre sounds even better live:
[video=youtube;HxtIsv83YBQ]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxtIsv83YBQ[/video]


Here's something ludicrous:
[video=youtube;eMd2V79_wG8]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMd2V79_wG8[/video]


And here's something actually ludicrous made to look serious:
[video=youtube;3_932tzx1do]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_932tzx1do[/video]
 

Legatus_Legionis

< BLAH HA Ha ha >
I finally purchased Ennio Morricone's film score for Space:1999 (since for some reason Italy would not allow John Barry's score).

Boy what a different tone between the two.

I do wonder if when they broadcast the TV series, if they had to replace the music there too? Or if those in Italy wondered why the music for the TV show was so different than the film's score they heard in the theaters?
 

Dannyalcatraz

Moderator
Staff member
Been listening to the new releases from De La Soul and A Tribe Called Quest.

I think that De La's CD is a more challenging release, with more misses than hits, but the hits- like "Lord Intended" and "Snoopys"- are utterly killer. Quest's disc is more consistent and fun to listen to, but it doesn't push the genre boundaries anywhere near as hard.

The guest list on each album tells the same story: Quest brings back triumphant performances by Bustah Rhymes...but De La introduces the rap world to Justin Hawkins and David Byrne.

Now I gotta find Missy Elliott's new one...

I have also still been binging on the YouTube upload of German Stoner rock band Colour Haze's 2006 album Tempel. I'm gonna have to get that one, and maybe a few more.

Current short list for music shopping:
Boris
Buckethead
Baroness
Jamiroquai
King Crimson
Colour Haze
Tinariwen
Bombino
Missy Elliott
 
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Richards

Adventurer
I've been listening to a lot of "The Art of Noise" recently. Especially "Below the Waste," which I'd never heard before.

Johnathan
 

Dannyalcatraz

Moderator
Staff member
Wolfgang Muthspiel's Rising Grace album is currently in the 6th spot of my car's CD changer, having taken over from a Douglas Blue Feather disc.
 

Richards

Adventurer
Dannyalcatraz: It seems our musical tastes are very similar (which is another way of saying you have impeccable musical taste!). :)

Johnathan
 

dlw2112

Villager
Music that I am listening to:

White Willow's new album, "Future Hopes" (playing right this second)
Neal Morse Band - "Similitude of a Dream
Rush - anything by them (thus the 2112 at the end of my user ID)
God is an Astronaut

If it is not obvious. I am big into prog. I am really stoked because a cover band, The Musical Box, is in town this weak to perform the entire album, "Selling England by the Pound". Very. Excited!
 

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