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RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 16/2/2007 2:07:51 PM   
jeemer


Posts: 180
Joined: 4/8/2006
From: Blackpool (from Glasgow)
Name: Paul

Favorite Bands/Artists: Smashing Pumpkins, dEUS, Bjork, Mogwai, Jeff Buckley, Mansun, Pixies, My Bloody Valentine, EITS, Deftones, Eels, The Smiths, Sigur Ros, Blur, Xiu Xiu, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Deerhoof, Beck, Radiohead, The Cure, Jimmy Chamberlin Complex, Soundgarden, Bowie, Depeche, Miles Davis, Queen, Queens of the Stone Age, Nas, NIN, Gabriel, the Manics, Fugazi.

Favorite Songs: I'm not going to get started on this. My standard answer is Porcelina of the Vast Oceans by the pumpkins.

Favorite Album: No question, Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness.

Favourite Soundtrack Album: Probably The Wicker Man soundtrack. Lost Highway and Blue Velvet OSTs are great too.

Favorite Era: N/A. I'll take everything I listen to on it's own merits.

Favorite Genre: Way to pigeonhole me. I'd be forced to say 'alternative' .. what I mean by that is anything which stretches the boundaries of a genre, or defies people's preconceptions of a genre or band/artist.

Least Favorite Genre:
Nu Metal, most country, mindless throbbing dance music, especially unnecessary remixes with sped up vocals. Oh and all this emocore/hardcore/lovemetal crap.

First album purchased: On vinyl it was No Prayer For The Dying by Maiden. On cd it was Big Ones by Aerosmith for some bizarre reason.

Last Album Purchase: Joanna Newson - Ys

Next Album Purchase: Probably Smashing Pumpkins - Zeitgeist. I'm working my way through a big backlog of music right now.

Last Music DVD purchased: I'm not big on watching live music dvds. The last music related docs I watched were Some Kind Of Monster and Rize.

Do You Play An Instrument: I can play guitar/bass, I can sing, play some keyboards, play a bit of the drums. I do a lot of my writing via tracking on the pc nowadays cause I'm a lazy bastard and don't have much time for such things.

Are you a solo artist or in a band (post link to website and/or MySpace, if you have one): Yeah. Erm if you really want to hear something I have old rough song sketches on www.myspace.com/jeemer and some older stuff on www.paulietheboss.com 's music section. I've not worked on them for over a year now :/

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection: I'm taking this as meaning 'guilty pleasure'... You'd have trouble finding something in my collection that I'm genuinely embarrassed to have there, but I'm sure some people would be surprised to find things in my collection like Duran Duran, Edith Piaf, Leonard Cohen, Stevie Wonder, Lionel Richie, Marvin Gaye, 50 cent (his early mixtapes are genuinely good) and some other assorted hip hop. Some people also seem to DESPISE dave matthews, and as much as I dislike dave matthews BAND, I absolutely love the Dave Matthews / Tim Reynolds live at luther college cd.

Current musical addictions: Prince, Nas.

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Post #: 91
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 26/2/2007 10:16:56 PM   
Mr Grady


Posts: 3125
Joined: 30/9/2005
It's about time i did this.
 

Name: Mr Grady (aka Ross)

Favourite bands/artists: The Doors, Sex Pistols, The Clash, Buzzcocks, Rolling Stones, Ramones, Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan, Donovan, The Who, David Bowie, Jimi Hendrix, XTC, Van Morrison, Pink Floyd, Muse, Bloc Party, Interpol, Maximo Park, Oasis, Stone Roses, The Police, The Jam, Arcade Fire, Editors, Massive Attack, Radiohead, U2, The Killers, Madness, The Stranglers, Porcupine Tree, Yeah Yeah Yeah's, Joy Division, Moby, Feeder, New Order, REM, The Smiths, Talking Heads, The Shins, The Specials, The Strokes, ELO, The Beach Boys, Graham Coxon.
 
Favourite songs: Bullet Proof -i wish i was (Radiohead), Unfinished Symphony (Massive Attack), Big thing coming (The Stranglers), Love will tear us apart (Joy Division), LA Woman (The Doors), Please Please Please let me get what i want (The Dream Academy), NYC (Interpol), No Cars Go (Arcade Fire), Blue Monday (New Order), Collapse the light into Earth (Porcupine Tree). The Rat (The Walkmen), House Of The Rising Sun (The Animals), Livin' Thing (ELO).

Favourite albums: Never Mind The Bollocks (Sex Pistols), Turn on The Bright Lights (Interpol), The Bends (Radiohead), The Doors (The Doors), Play (Moby), In Absentia (Porcupine Tree), Funeral (Arcade Fire), Blue Lines (Massive Attack), Led Zep IV (Led Zeppelin), The Specials (The Specials), Ok Computer (Radiohead), The Stone Roses (The Stone Roses)

Favourite Soundtrack Albums: Casino, Trainspotting, The Thin Red Line, Crash, Blue Velvet, Boogie Nights, American Psycho.

Favourite era: 70's

Favourite Genre: Punk

Least Favourite Genre: Hip Hop, rap, R&B

First albums purchased: 'Now' something

Last albums purchased: A Weekend in the City (Bloc Party)

Next album purchase: Neon Bible (Arcade Fire)

First singles purchased: Can't remember

Last single purchased: Don't buy them anymore

Last music DVD purchased: Stop the Clocks (Oasis)

Do you play any musical instruments: Harmonica badly

Are you a solo artist or in a band (post link to website and/or MySpace, if you have one): Nope

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection: None i recently had an audit.

< Message edited by Mr Grady -- 27/2/2007 6:58:31 AM >


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Post #: 92
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 14/3/2007 1:11:31 AM   
elvrum

 

Posts: 9
Joined: 13/3/2007
Name: Elvrum

Favourite bands/artists: La Quiete, Red House Painters, Helios, Busdriver, Jandek, Slint, Reversal Of Man, The Appleseed Cast, Rachel's, Max Richter, Eluvium, Will Olham, Boris, Envy, Braid, Common, Stars Of The Lid, Sole, The Microphones, Native Nod, Arab Strap, July Skies, Orchid, Grails....etc ettttttcccccccc

Favourite songs: N/A

Favourite albums: N/A

Favourite Soundtrack Albums: Too many.  I've been listening to a lot of Clint Mansell lately.  Friday Night Lights has a special place in my heart.

Favourite era: N/A

Favourite Genre: N/A

Least Favourite Genre: Shite.

First albums purchased: Idlewild ~ Hope Is Important

Last albums purchased: Tiny Hawks lp, Songs:Ohia/Will Olham Split, new jesu lp.

Next album purchase: Birds Are Spies They Report To The Trees 7"

First singles purchased: Cannae mind

Last single purchased: The Fiction

Last music DVD purchased: Braid

Do you play any musical instruments: Piano, drums, violin. 

Are you a solo artist or in a band (post link to website and/or MySpace, if you have one): Yes. We don't do myspazz

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection: N/A

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Post #: 93
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 11/4/2007 5:25:22 PM   
star_fire


Posts: 119
Joined: 11/4/2007
Name: star_fire

Favourite bands/artists: The Pixies, Queen, AFI, Jimmy eat World, Funeral for a Friend, Poison The Well, Killswitch Engage, NIN, Deftones, Skunk Anansie

Favourite songs: The Show Must Go On - Queen, Debaser - Pixies, Girl's Not Grey - AFI, Praise Chorus - Jimmy Eat World, Red Is The New Black - FFAF, Nerdy - Poison The Well, My Last Serenade - Killswitch Engage, New Year's Day - U2, Digital Bath - Deftones, Weak - Skunk Anansie, too many favourites to list them all.

Favourite albums: Doolittle - Pixies, Bleed American - Jimmy Eat World, White Pony - Deftones, Paranoid and Sunburnt - Skunk Anansie.

Favourite Soundtrack Albums: Dirty Dancing, Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Favourite era: 1990s

Favourite Genre: I love all sorts, mostly rock though.

Least Favourite Genre: Hmm, not really a fan of RnB or jazz

First albums purchased: Bryan Adams - Waking up The Neighbours (yes I know, I was very young)

Last albums purchased: Get Cape, Wear Cape Fly

Next album purchase: I'd like to get Enter Shikari's album and also the new NIN one.

First singles purchased: Ummm......Meatloaf - I'd Do Anything For Love

Last single purchased: Haven't bought a single for years!!

Last music DVD purchased: I only have one music DVD, it's a Drive Thru Records one.

Do you play any musical instruments: Nope

Are you a solo artist or in a band (post link to website and/or MySpace, if you have one): Nope

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection: Alice Deejay

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Post #: 94
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 22/5/2007 5:12:37 AM   
fernetcontonica


Posts: 8188
Joined: 29/4/2007
From: Everywhere


Name: fernetcontonica (a.k.a. Roque)

Favourite Bands/Artists: Whale, Nick Cave and the bad seeds, Prodigy, Portishead, Rammstein, Leonard Cohen, Tori Amos, The Future Sound of London, Apocalyptica, Nirvana,
Cristian Basso, Lovage, Tool, Pulp, Nine Inch Nails, Moloko, Molotov, Mick harvey, Babylon Zoo, Eisturzende Neubaten, The Cowboy Junkies, Cake, The Rapture, Weezer, The Avalanches, Butthole Surfers, A perfect circle, The Egg, Radiohead, Plastilina Mosh, Jane's addiction, Stone temple pilots, REM, PJ Harvey, Pixies, The Cardigans, Fiona Apple, Oasis, Soundgarden, Tom Waitts, David Bowie, Blind Melon Propellerheads, Interpol, The Stone Roses, Blondie, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The smiths,  Bjork, The Shins, Costeau twins, Pavement, Tricky, Mars Volta...

Favourite Songs: I'll go with songs by artist that didn't make it to the favourite list- "The Dam at otter creek" Live, "Don't Drink the water" Dave Matthew's Band, "hard to explain" the strokes, "Angels of the silences" Counting crows, "Maiden's Milk" Meat puppets, "jack Ass" and "Cyanide breath mint" Beck, "Zero" Smashing Pumpkins, "Carnival" Natalie merchant, "rented Rooms" Tindersticks, "Machinehead" Bush- More later

Favourite Albums: 
"Songs to make love to your old lady by" Lovage- "No more shall we part" Nick cave and the bad seeds- "Cohen live" Leonard cohen- "We Care" and "All disco dance must end in broken bones" Whale- "The Bends" Radiohead- "fashion nugget" Cake-  "Little Earthquakes" Tori Amos- "Incesticide" Nirvana- More later

Favourite Soundtrack Albums:
Lost Highway, Requiem for a dream.

Favourite Era: '90

Favourite Genre:
INot really, I listen to music really unevenly, but...

Least Favourite Genre(s):
Salsa, Rap, R&B

First Album Purchased:
"Little Earthquakes" Tori Amos

Last Album Purchased:
"Orange" John Spencer Blues Explosion

Next Album Purchase:
Who knows...

First Single Purchased:
None...

Last Single Purchased:
Same...

Last Music DVD Purchased:
Same...

Favourite Album Of The Year:
at this time, "American Girl Posse", by Tori Amos, or maybe "La Sexorcisto", by White zombie.

Do you play any musical instruments:
Not really, but used to play the keyboards in a band.

Are you in a band (post link to website, if you have one):
Nahhhh

Specialist Subject:
Whale, weirdly enough, I seem to be the only person in the world who has seen "I'll do ya" video as it was censored in almost the whole world... someone tell me that has

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection:
Ace of Base and Chick Corea... I don't really know where they came from...

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The Edukators 8/10
War World Z 6/10
Inbred 5?/10
The Brass Teapot 7/10
Dettachment 6?/10
The Dead Inside 7?/10
The Haunted Mansion 5/10
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Post #: 95
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 25/5/2007 1:38:10 AM   
Lustmord


Posts: 51
Joined: 20/4/2007
Name: Lustmord
Favourite bands/artists: Aphex Twin, The Orb, Orbital, Coil, Tangerine Dream, Vangelis, The Prodigy, Failure, Nirvana, Suede, Pearl Jam, Nurse With Wound, The KLF, The Smashing Pumpkins, Biosphere
Favourite songs: 'The Girl With the Sun in Her Head' - Orbital, 'She is Suffering' - Manic Street Preachers etc
Favourite albums: 'Bleach' - Nirvana, 'Orblivion' - The Orb, 'In Sides' - Orbital, 'Fantastic Planet' - Failure, 'Play' - Moby, 'Music For the Jilted Generation' - The Prodigy, 'Dog Man Star' - Suede, 'The Holy Bible' - Manic Street Preachers, 'Low' - David Bowie, 'OK Computer' - Radiohead, 'Selected Ambient Works Vol. II' - Aphex Twin, 'Phaedra' - Tangerine Dream, 'Microgravity' - Biosphere
Favourite Soundtrack Albums: Blade Runner
Favourite era: 90s
Favourite Genre: Electronica
Least Favourite Genre: ...Garage, R 'n' B...
First albums purchased: Ice-T - O.G. Original Gangster, Cypress Hill - Black Sunday
Last albums purchased:  Nine Inch Nails - Year Zero, The Orb - The Orb's Adventures Beyond The Ultraworld, The Orb - Orblivion
Next album purchase: Hmmm..
First singles purchased: errr.. N - Trance - Staying Alive
Last single purchased: Brett Anderson - Love is Dead
Last music DVD purchased: Sonic Youth - Corporate Ghost
Do you play any musical instruments: No
Are you a solo artist or in a band (post link to website and/or MySpace, if you have one): No
Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection: Spice Girls

< Message edited by Lustmord -- 25/5/2007 1:39:49 AM >

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Post #: 96
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 31/5/2007 6:43:52 PM   
jimbo909


Posts: 799
Joined: 24/10/2006
From: Pepperland
Recenlty I bought a 32 inch flat screen TV so my CD player had to move onto a shelf on the other side of the room to make room for it. I totally forgot that the speakers can detatch from the actual CD player. As soon as I did this I realised what I should do about my CD storage problem. Prior to this I had two CD rakes (with slots for CDs) that were full up. I designed a structure to fit around the CD player and speakers and it just slotted into place. I'm really pleased with how it turned out. I've even got some room for more CD's in the future plus those old rakes for lesser CD's that don't deserve to be in the main collection.

Here's a picture, a portion of my DVD collection can be seen above:



This is almost all of my collection, albums not singles. Rock 'n' Roll!

< Message edited by jimbo909 -- 31/5/2007 6:44:50 PM >


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Post #: 97
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 5/6/2007 1:01:06 AM   
jimbo909


Posts: 799
Joined: 24/10/2006
From: Pepperland
Man! Have I killed this thread? All I was hoping for was for someone to say "Hmm, nice shelves" or something. Is that too much to ask?


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Post #: 98
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 5/6/2007 10:47:16 PM   
Doctor Manhattan


Posts: 341
Joined: 25/9/2006
From: Mars
Hmm, nice shelves

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Post #: 99
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 6/6/2007 8:59:14 AM   
jimbo909


Posts: 799
Joined: 24/10/2006
From: Pepperland
Thanks, Doc!

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Post #: 100
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 30/6/2007 1:53:12 AM   
Pastor Of Muppets


Posts: 24
Joined: 28/6/2007

Name: The Pastor of Muppets (Louie)

Favourite bands/artists: The Clash, Ramones, Stiff Little Fingers, Led Zeppelin, Aphex Twin, Boards of Canada, The Prodigy, Faithless, The Orb, Future Sound of London, Nirvana, Daft Punk, Kate Bush, Johnny Cash, The Cramps, Gravenhurst, The Happy Mondays, Public Enemy, Niggaz With Attitude, The Pogues, Talking Heads, Underworld, Metallica, Spear of Destiny, Long Ryders

Favourite songs: 'Safe European Home' - The Clash, 'Up in Heaven (Not Only Here) - The Clash, 'Bonzo Goes To Bitburg' - Ramones, 'Immigrant Song' - Led Zeppelin, 'Heliosphan' - Aphex Twin, 'Windowlicker' - Aphex Twin, 'Roygbiv' - Boards of Canada, 'No Good - Start The Dance' - The Prodigy, 'Insomnia' - faithless, 'Been A Son' - Nirvana, 'All Along The Watchtower' - Jimi Hendrix, 'Veridis Quo' - Daft Punk, 'Running Up That Hill'- Kate Bush, 'Psycho Killer' - Talking Heads, 'Garbageman' - The Cramps, 'I Turn My Face To The Forrest Floor' - Gravenhurst, 'Bring The Noise' - Public Enemy, 'Born Slippy' - Underworld, 'The Grapes of Wrath' - Spear of Destiny.

Favourite albums: Leave Home - Ramones, Sandinista! - The Clash, Chosen Lords - Aphex Twin, Geogaddi - Boards of Canada, Lifeforms -Future Sound of London, Electric Ladyland - Hendrix, Discovery - Daft Punk, Music for the Jilted Generation - Prodigy, Master of Puppets - Metallica, It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back - Public Enemy

Favourite Soundtrack Albums: Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, A Clockwork Orange, Barry Lyndon, Patton, Platoon, Star Wars, The Good The Bad and the Ugly.

Favourite era: Anything from 60s +

Favourite Genre: I like almost anything. I believe to truly appreciate music you have to listen to a wide vareity.

Least Favourite Genre: Though i detest Emo, most Country, Swing and Generic Pop. Some indie rock bands too

First albums purchased: The Black Album by Metallica

Last albums purchased: Discovery by Daft Punk and Grapes of Wrath by Spear of Destiny

Next album purchase: Dunno

First singles purchased: Don't bother with the crap

Last single purchased: Same

Last music DVD purchased: Interstella 5555 by Daft Punk

Do you play any musical instruments: Keyboard

Are you a solo artist or in a band (post link to website and/or MySpace, if you have one): No

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection: Gary Glitter >_>



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Post #: 101
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 6/7/2007 12:58:17 AM   
star_fire


Posts: 119
Joined: 11/4/2007
quote:

ORIGINAL: jimbo909

Recenlty I bought a 32 inch flat screen TV so my CD player had to move onto a shelf on the other side of the room to make room for it. I totally forgot that the speakers can detatch from the actual CD player. As soon as I did this I realised what I should do about my CD storage problem. Prior to this I had two CD rakes (with slots for CDs) that were full up. I designed a structure to fit around the CD player and speakers and it just slotted into place. I'm really pleased with how it turned out. I've even got some room for more CD's in the future plus those old rakes for lesser CD's that don't deserve to be in the main collection.

Here's a picture, a portion of my DVD collection can be seen above:



This is almost all of my collection, albums not singles. Rock 'n' Roll!


Did you build that yourself and if so was it relatively easy?  I'd love to do summat similar, I'm just not very handy at DIY type stuff

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Post #: 102
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 20/7/2007 4:18:41 AM   
Lazarus munkey


Posts: 1650
Joined: 20/3/2006
From: out of nowhere
Name: Lazarus munkey

Favourite bands/artists: Manic Street Preachers, Depeche Mode, The The, Simple Minds (early), REM (early), Massive Attack, Orbital, Spear Of Destiny, Gorecki

Favourite songs: 'Archives of Pain' - Manics, 'Rocket Ship' - Spear Of Destiny, 'Another Boy Drowning' - The The, 'Setting Sun' - Howling Bells, 'Living In Another World' - Talk Talk

Favourite albums: 'Holy Bible' - Manics, 'Colour Of Spring' - Talk Talk, 'Sons And Fascination' - Simple minds, 'Alone With Everybody' - Richard Ashcroft, 'Insides' - Orbital, 'Blue Lines' - Massive Attack, Gorecki's 3rd symphony, 'Life's Hard And Then You Die' - It's Immaterial

Favourite Soundtrack Albums: Blade Runner, Requiem For A Dream, The Beach

Favourite era: No preference

Favourite Genre: Depends entirely on my mood

Least Favourite Genre: Modern R&B

First albums purchased: Jeff Wayne's War Of The Worlds, 'Vienna' - Ultravox, The Best Of The Moody Blues

Last albums purchased: 'Gold & Fur' - Bat For Lashes, The Howling Bells, 'Send away The Tigers' - Manics

Next album purchase: Interpol

First singles purchased: 'I Die, You Die' by Gary Numan, 'Knowing Me, Knowing You' - Abba

Last single purchased: 'Dare' - Gorillaz (for my wife)

Last music DVD purchased: Forever Delayed - Manics. The only one I own

Do you play any musical instruments: Triangle

Are you a solo artist or in a band (post link to website and/or MySpace, if you have one): No

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection: Wang Chung

< Message edited by Lazarus munkey -- 20/7/2007 5:13:11 AM >


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Last 5 seen
Chronicle 4/5
The Amazing Spider-Man 3/5
Young Adult 4/5
21 Jump Street 4/5
The Apartment 5/5

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Post #: 103
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 23/7/2007 12:15:32 PM   
Le Tenia


Posts: 1196
Joined: 4/3/2006
From: Blue Heaven
Name - Le Tenia

Fave Bands/Artists - Queen, Status Quo, Pink Floyd, The Beatles, Rory Gallagher, Paul McCartney, Budgie, Uriah Heep, Ultravox, The Police, Roger Taylor, The Temperance Movement, Motorhead, Kings of Leon, Rival Sons

Fave Songs - Way too many to list here.
 
Fave Albums - Sheer Heart Attack - Queen, Ziggy Stardust - David Bowie, Goodbye Yellowbrick Road - Elton John, Abbey Road - The Beatles, Dark Side Of The Moon - Pink Floyd, Demons And Wizards - Uriah Heep, Irish Tour 74 - Rory Gallagher, Fun In Space - Roger Taylor, Back In Black - AC/DC, Captain And Me - Doobie Brothers, Piledriver - Status Quo, In For The Kill - Budgie.

Fave Soundtrack - Life On Mars, Alien, Batman Begins, Ashes To Ashes.

Fave Era - Started loving music for real in the early eighties, but wish i was around to appreciate the early seventies

Fave Genre - Blues/Rock

First Album - Kings Of The Wild Frontier - Adam And The Ants

Last Album - Aftershock by Motorhead

Next Album - Dunno, maybe Black Sabbath

First Single Purchased - Olivers Army - Elvis Costello

Last Single Puschased - Gave up on the single charts a long time ago

Last Music DVD Puschased - Ghost Blues by Rory Gallagher

Play Any Instruments? - Had a go at the guitar when i was wee, but i always wanted to be a drummer. Trying to get my mum to buy me a kit though was some job. Trying the bass now.

In A Band? - Only in my dreams, playing to a packed Wembley Stadium.

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection? - William Shatner. His last album " Has Been " is really quite superb. Give it a listen


< Message edited by Le Tenia -- 24/11/2013 11:05:50 AM >


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Post #: 104
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 23/7/2007 1:17:02 PM   
Wilbert


Posts: 9511
Joined: 5/10/2005
From: Dublin: Ireland


Name -Wilbert

Fave Bands/Artists - Ben Folds/Five, Beatles, Jellyfish, Quasi, XTC, Police, Arcade Fire, High Llamas, Wilco, Flaming Lips, They Might Be Giants, Lambchop, Heavy Blinkers

Fave Songs - Too hard to choose but Galveston by Jimmy Webb, Hot Burrito no.1 by The Flying Burrito Brothers, Boxing by Ben Folds, The Man I Used To Be by Jellyfish are the first ones that spring to mind. 
Fave Albums - Whatever and Ever, Amen by Ben Folds Five, Bellybutton by Jellyfish, Can't Buy A Thrill by Steely Dan, The Soft Bulletin by Flaming Lips, Nixon by Lambchop, Better Weather by Heavy Blinkers.

Fave Soundtrack - Birth by Alexandre Desplat

Fave Era - none in particular

Fave Genre - none in particular

First Album - Rio by Duran Duran

Last Album - Satanic Panic in the Attic by Of Montreal

Next Album - No idea

First Single Purchased - So Lonely by The Police

Last Single Puschased - Rockin' The Suburbs by Ben Folds

Last Music DVD Puschased - Buried Treasure by Jeff Tweedy

Play Any Instruments? - Guitar, Bass, Keyboards.

In A Band? - Yes. www.groomtheband.com www.myspace.com/groomtheband

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection? - I stand by all my CD's!



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Post #: 105
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 6/9/2007 4:43:19 PM   
tarantinofan

 

Posts: 1194
Joined: 1/10/2005
Name - Tarantinofan aka James

Fave Bands/Artists - Neutral Milk Hotel, Pixies, Smashing Pumpkins, Elliot Smith, Sufjan Stevens, Broken Social Scene, Built to Spill, Eels, Modest Mouse, Destroyer, New Pornographers, The National, Andrew Bird, Ted Leo

Fave Songs - NMH - Holland 1945; Andrew Bird - Nervous Tick Motion; Built to Spill - Carry the zero; David Bowie - Life on Mars; Elliot Smith - Alameda; Destroyer - Rubies
Fave Albums - In the Aeroplane over the Sea by NMH, Either/Or by Elliott Smith, You forgot it in people by Broken Social Scene, Alligator by the National, Seven Swans by Sufjan Stevens

Fave Soundtrack -  Unsure, but Wes Anderson knows how to soundtrack a reel.

Fave Era - none in particular

Fave Genre - none in particular

First Album - Somthing by Limp Bizkit

Last Album - Tender Buttons by Broadcast

Next Album - The new Jens Lekman and the new Beirut

First Single Purchased - crazy town  by Butterfly...promptly stopped buying singles.

Last Single Puschased - Downloaded Boy  with a Coin by Iron and Wine

Last Music DVD Puschased - Rented DiG

Play Any Instruments? - Nope.

In A Band? - Nope.

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection? - Red Hot Chili Peppers.

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Post #: 106
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 9/9/2007 9:22:06 PM   
jimbo909


Posts: 799
Joined: 24/10/2006
From: Pepperland
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ORIGINAL: star_fire

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ORIGINAL: jimbo909

Recenlty I bought a 32 inch flat screen TV so my CD player had to move onto a shelf on the other side of the room to make room for it. I totally forgot that the speakers can detatch from the actual CD player. As soon as I did this I realised what I should do about my CD storage problem. Prior to this I had two CD rakes (with slots for CDs) that were full up. I designed a structure to fit around the CD player and speakers and it just slotted into place. I'm really pleased with how it turned out. I've even got some room for more CD's in the future plus those old rakes for lesser CD's that don't deserve to be in the main collection.

Here's a picture, a portion of my DVD collection can be seen above:



This is almost all of my collection, albums not singles. Rock 'n' Roll!


Did you build that yourself and if so was it relatively easy?  I'd love to do summat similar, I'm just not very handy at DIY type stuff


Oh, I'm terribly sorry it took me so long to reply. I haven't looked at this thread for ages.

Er, well sort of.  See, the large shelf at the bottom with the CD player and speakers on was originally to display some of my larger LEGO sets (Star Wars, Batman) but I got tired of that. It was just a bit of luck that the distance between the big shelf and the botton DVD shelf was just right for three CD shelves to fit in. 
I went to a wood products/timber yard type place with reasonably well drawn diagrams of what I wanted with measurements (I'm pretty good a that side if it) and they cut the timber to length and cut slots in it at the right places. The CD shelf structure itself has no nails or anything, the vertical pieces just slot onto the horizontal pieces. Do the Dr. Spock Vulcan sign with both hands and slot your fingers together, get what I mean? So I didn't really have to a lot of proper DIY. The only tricky bit was when I got the wood home, even though the slots were the right size, the wood wouldn't simply slot together, I thought I'd sand paper it down a bit but that took ages and I didn't get anywhere so I just partially slotted them together and then stamped on them to force them into place. This worked a treat, except one piece of wood was damaged slightly along the grain, a slight split but it doesn't show and didn't break off entirely so it didn't matter.

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RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 2/10/2007 3:09:00 PM   
/Clarence\


Posts: 596
Joined: 18/6/2006
Name: Clarence 

Favourite bands/artists: Tool, Radiohead, Primus, isis, neurosis, Kyuss, QOTSA, Pumpkins, soundgarden, alice in chains, RATM, manics, The Smiths, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, 5ives continuum research project, down, lamb of god, shadows fall, opeth, faith no more, melvins, fantomas, peeping tom etc. 

Favourite songs: The moor - Opeth, Parabola - Tool, Rosetta Stoned - Tool, Dont fear the reaper - Blue oyster cult. loads more...

Favourite albums: Lateralus - Tool, Kyuss - Sky Valley, Alice in chains-ST.

Favourite Soundtrack Albums: Pulp Fiction, Platoon, Star Wars.

Favourite era: 90s+

Favourite Genre: Stoner/Grunge etc blah blah.

Least Favourite Genre:Country, Hipady Hopady.

First albums purchased: Green Day - Dookie.

Last albums purchased: Radiohead - In Rainbows. 

Next album purchase: Who Knows?

First singles purchased: Never bought one.

Last single purchased:

Last music DVD purchased: Primus..cant remember the name right now.

Do you play any musical instruments: I dabble with guitar on and off.

Are you a solo artist or in a band (post link to website and/or MySpace, if you have one): No

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection: none.

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RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 22/10/2007 12:57:04 PM   
pocketrocket

 

Posts: 1159
Joined: 1/8/2006
From: age frais
Name: My real name...ooh no

Favorite Bands/Artists: Depeche Mode, Smiths, BRMC, Echo & the Bunnymen, Charlatans, Stone Roses, Ian Brown, Beastie Boys, Bjork, Interpol, UNKLE, Doves, Joy Division.

Favorite Songs: Somebody - Depeche Mode, NYC - Interpol, Pounding - Doves, Transmission - Joy Division 

Favorite Album: Interpol - Turn on the Bright Lights.

Favourite Soundtrack Album: Donnie Darko, Killing Moon - classic bunnymen.

Favorite Era: 80's.

Favorite Genre: 

Least Favorite Genre:
Nu Metal, country, emocore/hardcore/lovemetal.

First album purchased: Duran Duran - Arena

Last Album Purchase: Ian Brown "the world is yours".

Next Album Purchase: Thinking about the Hives album Black & White...

Last Music DVD purchased: I only have one which is Depeche Mode 101.

Do You Play An Instrument: The spoons at a push.

Are you a solo artist or in a band (post link to website and/or MySpace, if you have one): Only when I'm in the shower

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection: Will Smith (not mine really, belongs to the breadknife, but it does nestle within my collection)

Current musical addictions: Joy Division...Permanent.



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RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 3/2/2008 10:04:17 AM   
Firu


Posts: 139
Joined: 24/11/2007
From: Colony X18999
Name: Firu (Phil in Japanese)

Favourite bands/artists: Led Zeppelin,Incubus,Tool,A Perfect Circle,Jeff Buckley,Metallica,Rory Gallagher,Counting Crows,Wildhearts

Favourite songs: Heartbreaker-Led Zeppelin,The Final-Dir En Grey,Dream Brother-Jeff Buckley,Parabol/Parabola-Tool,Oil and Water-Incubus

Favourite albums: II-Led Zeppelin,Earth vs The Widhearts,Ride The Lightening-Metallica,Jeff Wayne's The War Of The Worlds,Make Yourself-Incubus

Favourite Soundtrack Albums: Almost Famous,Gladiator (love the score),

Favourite era: Late 60's/Early to mid 70's

Favourite Genre: Rock and alternative,i'll listen to most things with a guitar in

Least Favourite Genre: drum and bass and speed garage and all the rest of that shit chavs vomit out of their phones on the back of the bus

First albums purchased: Swim-Feeder

Last albums purchased: Come To Where I'm From-Joseph Arthur

Next album purchase: no idea

First singles purchased: Come With Me-Puff Daddy ft Jimmy Page...i know,i know,but it does have Jimmy Page

Last single purchased: can't remember

Last music DVD purchased: Rory Gallagher-Live At Montreaux

Do you play any musical instruments: Guitar

Are you a solo artist or in a band (post link to website and/or MySpace, if you have one): This is my old band (shit name i know) www.myspace.com/nightsnowmusicuk ,i'm in the process of forming a new band

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection: robbie williams appeared withere sometime ago

Song currently playing: Before It's Too Late-Goo Goo Dolls

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RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 18/2/2008 9:22:30 PM   
cold_one


Posts: 263
Joined: 4/2/2008
From: USA
Name: cold_one

Favourite bands/artists: Steely Dan, Aphex Twin, Nick Cave, The Doors, The Orb, Rammstein, Jega, Led Zeppelin, Herbaliser

Favourite songs:
Spahn Ranch - "The Missing Frame"
Steely Dan - "Green Earrings"
Aphex Twin - "Nannou"
Grupo Afro Cuba - "Bobre Un Canto A Eleggua"
Meat Beat Manifesto - "Oblivion"
Simple Minds - "Alive and Kicking"
Harry Roy & His Orchestra - "Okay Toots"
KMFDM - "Today"
DJ Cheb I Sabbah - "Raja Vedalu"
Barry Adamson - "Something Wicked This Way Comes"
Cymande - "Bra"

Favourite albums:
Kruder & Dorfmeister: The K&D Sessions
Pulp: Different Class
The Orb: Orblivion
Steely Dan: Gaucho
The Doors: Soft Parade
Jefferson Airplane: Surrealistic Pillow
Love: Forever Changes
Rammstein: Herzeleid
Men at Work: Business as Usual

Favourite Soundtrack Albums: Fight Club, Out of Sight, Taxi Driver, Hair (Original Cast Recording), Midnight Cowboy, Pennies From Heaven (TV series)

Favourite era: 1970's.

Favourite Genre: I would hate to limit myself to just one.

Least Favourite Genre: pop country

First albums purchased: Newcleus: Jam on Revenge

Last albums purchased: Herb Alpert: Rise

Next album purchase: no idea yet

Last music DVD purchased: Steely Dan: Aja

Do you play any musical instruments: I can pick out the theme to Beverly Hills Cop on a Casio, but that's about it.

Are you a solo artist or in a band (post link to website and/or MySpace, if you have one): No

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection: Spice Girls

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Post #: 111
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 1/3/2008 5:27:48 PM   
Olaf


Posts: 23709
Joined: 26/2/2007
From: 41°N 93°W
Name:
Olaf (AKA Adrian)

Favourite bands/artists:
Beck
The Cure Joy Division Pink Floyd Pixies TV On The Radio Kraftwerk Incubus The Beatles Jeff Buckley Bob Dylan Queens Of The Stone Age Pearl Jam Led Zeppelin Radiohead Nirvana Foo Fighters Nine Inch Nails The White Stripes Unkle Daft Punk Jimi Hendrix The John Butler Trio The Polyphonic Spree Biffy Clyro Klaxons LCD Soundsystem Rage Against The Machine Kings Of Leon U2 System Of A Down Soundgarden Run D.M.C. Rammstein Public Enemy Nick Cave Muse Kyuss Gallows The Clash Bruce Springsteen...Actually, I think I'll just stop there
TBC
Favourite Soundtrack Albums:
Pretty much any soundtrack album involving Ennio Morricone. Or Quentin Tarantino.
Favourite era:
Late '60s - Early '70s / 1990s. There's a lot of good stuff in every period, though.
Favourite Genre:
Pretty much anything....
Least Favourite Genre:
...except what passes for emo these days, squeaky-voiced dance music, and whatever Bullet For My Valentine are.
First albums purchased:
Officially, Will Smith's Willenium.... First "proper" album: Franz Ferdinand, Franz Ferdinand
Last albums purchased:
The Good, The Bad & The Queen
Next album purchase:
The new Franz Ferdinand album, probably.
Last music DVD purchased:
Flight Of The Conchords, Season One.
Do you play any musical instruments:
Guitar, flute (rock ON!!), bit of drums and harmonica.
Are you a solo artist or in a band (post link to website and/or MySpace, if you have one): No
Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection:
See "First Album Purchased"...


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RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 7/4/2008 3:17:22 PM   
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Posts: 11123
Joined: 13/6/2006
From: A Clear-Thinking Oasis
Name: Steven, Steve, Whatever.

Favourite bands/artists: Talking Heads, David Byrne, Kate Bush, Joy Division, Peter Gabriel, April March, Traveling Wilburys, Rilo Kiley, Weezer, Sigur Ros, Joanna Newsom, Isobel Campbell, Laura Marling, Martha Wainwright, Feist, Suzanne Vega and Venus Hum.

Favourite songs: Rocket Man, Not This Time and Them Heavy People By Kate Bush, Once In a Lifetime, City of Dreams and Psycho Killer by Talking Heads, The Great Intoxication by David Byrne, Devils Been Busy and Handle With Care by Traveling Wilburys, The Blue Man Group and Venus Hum's cover of I Feel Love and also The Bells and Montana by Venus Hum, Atrocity Exhibition By Joy Division, Chick Habit by April March.

Favourite albums: 'Aerial, The Dreaming, Stop Making Sense, Traveling Wilburys Vol. 1, Closer, Remain in Light, Big Beautiful Sky, Homogenic, Ys, Beauty & Crime, Take-Offs And Landings, Triggers.

Favourite era: 1980's predominantly.

Favourite Genre: Don't have one really, and wouldn't know. Most of my music on iTunes is listed as Alternative, if that's any help.

Least Favourite Genre: Don't know really. Can't imagine myself listening to rap or hip-hop so probably that.

First albums purchased: No idea. Probably something embarrassing.

Last albums purchased: Look Into The Eyeball by David Byrne arrived today.

Next album purchase: Rabbit Fur Coat

First singles purchased: Don't know.

Last single purchased:
December Will Be Magic Again, a between album single by Kate Bush. Been looking around for this for a while, and finally got my hands on it, thanks to Wilbert.

Last music DVD purchased: EDIT: KATE BUSH Live At Hammersmith Odeon arrived today. On VHS, but I finally, finally own it.

Do you play any musical instruments: No.

Are you a solo artist or in a band: No

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection: Bananarama and Paramore.

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RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 14/4/2008 2:31:45 PM   
TheManWhoWasntThere


Posts: 3
Joined: 5/3/2008
Long time reader of this forum, and I'm off sick- so I thought I'd waste a bit of time here...
 
Name: TheManWhoWasntThere

Favourite bands/artists: Super Furry Animals, White Stripes, Smashing Pumpkins, Led Zep, Blur

Favourite songs: At the moment, Raquel- Neon Neon, Rebel In You- Supergrass, and Many Shades Of Black- Raconteurs

Favourite albums: Mellon Collie & The Infinite Sadness, Radiator, Common People, OK Computer, Six

Favourite Soundtrack Albums: Fight Club, Good The Bad & The Ugly

Favourite era: 90s I guess, as its when I grew up

Favourite Genre: Guitary based stuff mainly

Least Favourite Genre: Pop

First albums purchased: Definately Maybe

Last albums purchased: Neon Neon, Stainless Style

Next album purchase: New Black Keys one maybe

First singles purchased: I really don't remember...

Last single purchased: And its been so long since I bought one I don't remember this either!

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection: Miseducation of Lauren Hill... I just don't like it very much...

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Post #: 114
RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 27/5/2008 3:05:21 PM   
swordsandsandals


Posts: 12571
Joined: 6/1/2006
From: A magical forest
Killing time when I should be revising, and just discovered this forum.

Name: Swordsandsandals (Nathanael)

Favourite bands/artists: Queen, Nightwish, Audioslave, Stevie Wonder, Lordi, Ludovico Einaudi, Rodrigo, Moby

Favourite songs: No one but you - Queen, The Poet and the Pendulum - Nightwish, Ghost love Score - Nightwish, Last of the Wilds - Nightwish, The Islander - Nightwish, Heaven help us all - Stevie Wonder, Hard Rock Hallelujah - Lordi, Devil is a Loser - Lordi , Odd Days (Giorni Dispari) - Einaudi, Concierto de Aranjuez- Rodrigo, Everloving - Moby, Why Does My Hear Feel So bad? - Moby, Like A Stone (Live) - Audioslave, Dandelion - Audioslave, Your Time Has Come - Audioslave

Favourite albums: Queen Greatest hits 1,2,3 Dark Passion play - Nightwish

Favourite Soundtrack Albums: Gladiator, Last of the mohicans, The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, Braveheart -anything that makes me want to kill someone, basically. 

Favourite era: 20th Century. Yeah I know its vague. 

Favourite Genre: Anything that isn't rap, new r'n'b or hip-hop

Least Favourite Genre: Hip-Hop, 'Indie Rock' A.K.A. generic rock.

First albums purchased: Can't remember 

Last albums purchased: Powerslave - Iron Maiden 

Next album purchase: Dunno

First singles purchased: Something by Steps, I think 

Last single purchased: I haven't bought a single in years.

Last music DVD purchased: Led zeppelin, the song remains the same, for my brother. never bought one for myself.

Do you play any musical instruments: used to play clarinet, and can work out notes on a piano.

Are you a solo artist or in a band (post link to website and/or MySpace, if you have one): No

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection: Fleetwood Mac. I love 'em, but should I?

Feedback on my tastes would be cool.

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RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 29/5/2008 3:33:29 PM   
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Joined: 13/6/2006
From: A Clear-Thinking Oasis
Feedback?

Ermm...


Not enough Kate Bush.

There you go.

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RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 13/6/2008 11:25:13 PM   
Stewie_Griffin


Posts: 6968
Joined: 3/10/2005
From: St.Albans, Hertfordshire
Any chance to brag about my obviously superior musical tastes


Name: Fuck you, That's my name!.

Favourite bands/artists: Pink Floyd, R.E.M., Beastie Boys, Rilo Kiley, Spoon, Sigur Ros,

Favourite songs: Wish You Were Here By Pink Floyd, My Mathematical Mind By Spoon, Man On The Moon By R.E.M.

Favourite albums:  Dark Side Of The Moon and Wish You Were Here By Pink Floyd, Ill Communication and Licence To Ill By Beastie Boys, Gimme Fiction By Spoon, Automatic For The People By R.E.M. and More Adventurous By Rilo Kiley

Favourite Soundtrack Albums:  There Will Be Blood by Jonny Greenwood, Clerks, The Descent By David Julyan

Favourite era: None In Particular

Favourite Genre: Anything and Everything

Least Favourite Genre:  Probably Country and Western but Johnny Cash was cool.

First albums purchased: Murmur By R.E.M.

Last albums purchased: Flight of the Conchords, Smart/Casual By Kids in Glass Houses

Next album purchase:  The new Sigur Ros (Roll on July)

First singles purchased:  Rise by Public Image Ltd.

Last single purchased:  Love Song By Sara Bairelles (Fuck you i like it)

Last music DVD purchased: Heima by Sigur Ros

Do you play any musical instruments:  Just took up the acoustic guitar

Are you a solo artist or in a band (post link to website and/or MySpace, if you have one): No

Inexplicable Band/Artist In Your Collection: Megadeth


Feedback, Recommendations?.

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RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 13/6/2008 11:39:14 PM   
Olaf


Posts: 23709
Joined: 26/2/2007
From: 41°N 93°W
quote:

Favourite Soundtrack Albums:  There Will Be Blood by Jonny Greenwood



Also I see you like Pink Floyd. Better give you another .

Can anyone tell me where to start with Sigur Ros? I'm, seeing them this summer (at Electric Picnic) so I'd like to get some albums.


P.S.
quote:

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Fleetwood Mac. I love 'em, but should I?



Yes, yes you should.


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RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 14/6/2008 9:31:22 AM   
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Posts: 11123
Joined: 13/6/2006
From: A Clear-Thinking Oasis
quote:

Can anyone tell me where to start with Sigur Ros? I'm, seeing them this summer (at Electric Picnic) so I'd like to get some albums.



I'd say (). G.O.B knows their work better than me though.

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RE: A Thread About Musicy Stuff & That, Too! - 14/6/2008 12:26:24 PM   
Stewie_Griffin


Posts: 6968
Joined: 3/10/2005
From: St.Albans, Hertfordshire
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ORIGINAL: Olaf



Can anyone tell me where to start with Sigur Ros? I'm, seeing them this summer (at Electric Picnic) so I'd like to get some albums



I'd just say start with "Von" the first album and work your way up to the last album "Takk...". There' also ( ), Agaetis Byrjun and Heim/Hvart (Live album).  There's a new studio album due out in june or july.

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