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    weeeeelllll HOWDY FOLKS its time to play NAME THAT TIME SIGNATURE




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    5/4! I win!

    Can you get this one?

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    Me next


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    Doctor Robotnik gets existential on yo' ass.
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    I love the pile of broken tvs from past attempts laying in the background. Such a great song, too.

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    That's pretty cool, I saw that earlier today. Real cool video, not that fond of the song though.


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    On a Fall marathon right now.



    As well as Aesop Rock:



    Also Alex Gopher's stuff is pretty awesome, SF.

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    Fix your spoiler tag, please.

    Quote Originally Posted by mr. please-please
    Alex Gopher
    I like his housey stuff a lot. His earlier breaky/future jazz or what the fuck ever stuff and his current electro stuff doesn't interest me. Mostly just his first LP and his work with Demon.



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    Been in cheesy metal mode lately:

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    Every time I think of deep bass I think of this

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    I cannot get enough of Modest Mouse. No matter what phases I'm going through in my listening habits, I regularly find myself returning to songs from Long Drive and The Moon & Antarctica. I even like their newer albums quite a bit, especially last summer's EP.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen
    I cannot get enough of Modest Mouse. No matter what phases I'm going through in my listening habits, I regularly find myself returning to songs from Long Drive and The Moon & Antarctica. I even like their newer albums quite a bit, especially last summer's EP.
    Oh god someone else who likes oldschool modest mouse.
    I can't tell you how many times I've played moon and Antarctica. And Long drive (custom concern was one of the first songs I learned on guitar, I absolutely HAD to.) And lonesome crowded west and everywhere and his nasty parlor tricks. I haven't heard anything new of theirs after good news though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by illisid
    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen
    I cannot get enough of Modest Mouse. No matter what phases I'm going through in my listening habits, I regularly find myself returning to songs from Long Drive and The Moon & Antarctica. I even like their newer albums quite a bit, especially last summer's EP.
    Oh god someone else who likes oldschool modest mouse.
    I can't tell you how many times I've played moon and Antarctica. And Long drive (custom concern was one of the first songs I learned on guitar, I absolutely HAD to.) And lonesome crowded west and everywhere and his nasty parlor tricks. I haven't heard anything new of theirs after good news though.
    If Good News put you off, I'd recommend listening to No One's First and You're Next. I personally love almost everything on We Were Dead (which seems to bridge the gap perfectly between their newfound pop sensibilities and their earlier melodrama,) but No One is probably a better direction to approach it from.

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    Even if Johnny Marr plays on it, I can't bring myself to like We Were Dead at all. I do like No One's First almost as much as their old stuff, though!

    Also, please-please, I'd say that Aesop Rock is my favorite rapper. And John Darnielle's my favorite songwriter, so this is pretty awesome!

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    Hey yeah! I think Wojjan has the right idea here. Anybody else have a Last.fm?
    Here's mine:
    http://www.last.fm/user/KDMAnderson

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    Quote Originally Posted by MXMissles
    Even if Johnny Marr plays on it, I can't bring myself to like We Were Dead at all. I do like No One's First almost as much as their old stuff, though!
    But... but... Fly Trapped in a Jar! Steam Enginius! Spitting Venom! Ignore the first half of the album if you have to.

    My other all-time favorite band has got to be Radiohead. In Rainbows is so good, all the way through. And Kid A will never stop being an experience.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen
    If Good News put you off, I'd recommend listening to No One's First and You're Next. I personally love almost everything on We Were Dead (which seems to bridge the gap perfectly between their newfound pop sensibilities and their earlier melodrama,) but No One is probably a better direction to approach it from.
    Didn't so much put me off as it just wasn't as interesting. Still a solid CD though. And I still don't have ALL of the old mouse, so I'm working on that. The new stuff is on my list of stuff to get though.

    If you've heard of these guys tell me how you found them. They are a band I try my best to spread around.

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    REPOST!


    This song makes me giggle.

    I have a sick sense of humor though.

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    THOMAS NEWMAN M-M-M-MEGAPOST:

    Thomas Newman owns, he OWNS. Dude's been nominated for TEN OSCARS but has NEVER WON.

    And a bonus Basil Poledouris because this has been stuck in my head:

    I heard there's a new Conan the Barbarian movie which I'm looking forward to but it won't be the same without Basil Poledouris' music backing it up.

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    Only 6 more days till I spend money on this!

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    Was on a bit of a Pearl Jam thing at the gym before.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MXMissles

    FUCK YEAH

    Was just going to post this, actually.

    Then I was going to post On Melancholy Hill BECAUSE THAT IS MY FAVORITE SONG FROM THIS ALBUM

    INSTEAD YOU ALL GET THE STYLO VIDEO HOSHIT BRUCE WILLIS

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    Quote Originally Posted by XFactorInfinity
    Then I was going to post On Melancholy Hill BECAUSE THAT IS MY FAVORITE SONG FROM THIS ALBUM
    Mine too :P
    Then Some kind of nature.

    I'm still hoping I have enough for the experience edition.

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    Plastic Beach is weak sauce.

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