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What Are You Listening To Right Now? Part 2

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  • Dead-Air
    Eternal Champion
    • Jun 2004
    • 2737

    What Are You Listening To Right Now? Part 2

    "Beachy Head" by Throbbing Gristle playing on http://www.dr-yo.com

    Anyone know which record this is off of? It's really great, pretty mellow for TG.
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  • HawkLord
    Guardian of the Grail
    • Oct 2004
    • 487

    #2
    Romeo and Juliet by Dire Straits, off the Alchemy live record. I just got this on vinyl yesterday from a charity shop, among several other records, and its great!

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    • Jolanthus Trel
      Apprentice wordsmith
      • Sep 2005
      • 914

      #3
      Porcupine Rain - Mostly Autumn
      Mutant Ill-Tempered Sea Bass Player

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      • DeeCrowSeer
        Eternal Champion
        • Feb 2004
        • 2214

        #4
        Originally posted by Dead-Air
        "Beachy Head" by Throbbing Gristle... Anyone know which record this is off of? It's really great, pretty mellow for TG.
        According to Tower "song search" (a very useful thing, although obviously other CD vendors are available):

        "20 Jazz Funk Greats (Throbbing Gristle Bring You...)"

        http://www.towerrecords.com/product.aspx?pfid=1200405

        (Dig the sound clippy goodness)

        *

        I'm not listening to anything at the moment, but I've found recently that the Scissor Sisters album makes excellent drawing music. Hurrah! I currently have Return To Oz looping in my head. The line about the Queen gives me a chill everytime I hear it, for some reason. It's a very creepy song.

        [Silly Dee, does one good deed and then spoils it by talking too much]
        "That which does not kill us, makes us stranger." - Trevor Goodchild

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        • spaced_moorcock
          Defender of the Runestaff
          • Jul 2005
          • 317

          #5
          Not so much a track but I'm currently listening to Alabama 3 jamming. I went to see them last week and the gig was fantastic.

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          • Sky
            Sky
            Denizen of Moo Uria
            • Aug 2005
            • 116

            #6
            Deftones- RX Queen

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            • Dead-Air
              Eternal Champion
              • Jun 2004
              • 2737

              #7
              "Right Angles Remix" by Thievery Corporation from Om Lounge
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              • spot778
                Moonbeam Traveller
                • Oct 2005
                • 8

                #8
                A wackload of Propaganda, forgot just how good the production was.

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                • Sky
                  Sky
                  Denizen of Moo Uria
                  • Aug 2005
                  • 116

                  #9
                  PJ Harvey- Missed

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                  • Dead-Air
                    Eternal Champion
                    • Jun 2004
                    • 2737

                    #10
                    A group called Eyes Like Mars from Seattle that a friend who helped with the recording sent me. I guess I'd call this sparse experimental pop/jazz (?) with nice female vocals. The track playing is the first on this cd Act III, iv. called "Undercover". Pretty good stuff actually.
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                    • Pellaz
                      Defender of the Runestaff
                      • Sep 2004
                      • 395

                      #11
                      Therion, "Cults of the Shadow"

                      -- from Sweden, they recently toured the US for the first time ever. Their tour pivoted around a heralded performance at ProgPower USA, which I sponsored. They were the runaway surprise hit of the 10-band, 2-day fest. :D

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                      • HawkLord
                        Guardian of the Grail
                        • Oct 2004
                        • 487

                        #12
                        Letter to the President - Tupac Shakur.

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                        • Jolanthus Trel
                          Apprentice wordsmith
                          • Sep 2005
                          • 914

                          #13
                          Comfortably numb - Pink floyd, Self Esteem - The Offspring, Die, die my darling - Metallica Goodbye to Romance - Ozzy Osbourne, Bad Medicine - Bon Jovi
                          Mutant Ill-Tempered Sea Bass Player

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                          • Dead-Air
                            Eternal Champion
                            • Jun 2004
                            • 2737

                            #14
                            "Occult Vibrations" by Lungfish from Necrophones, off the MP3 of my radio show.
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                            • Pellaz
                              Defender of the Runestaff
                              • Sep 2004
                              • 395

                              #15
                              Nightwish, "The Phantom of the Opera" from Century Child


                              The band's firing of their operatic lead singer this past week made front-page news in their native Finland; they're BIG over there.

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