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Discussion in 'Everything Else' started by Scotty, Feb 4, 2010.

  1. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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    Ended up there after being in bed in pajamas 30 mins before. Unbelievable night.
  3. Antony Alex Ross (28)

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    You across Jackie Onassis mate? They kill.



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    Been following these guys for a while but this song is just ridiculously good.
  6. boyo Paul McLean (56)

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    Mrs. boyo and I saw "Hugh Laurie and the Copper Bottom Band" last night.

    We took a punt.

    Blues and jazz.

    Very good.



    Some of you may recognize this song (Jack Rabbit Slim's):-

  7. rugbyskier Ted Thorn (20)

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    I like the clip of this song. If nurses at mental institutions are like this, can I be committed now?



    Hedley is a Canadian band with a diverse range of styles from alternative to pop. This one is a tongue in cheek tribute to electro pop.
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  10. Dismal Pillock Greg Davis (50)

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    I listen to both kinds of music:

    * slow doom metal

    and

    * glacially-slow doom metal.

    Recent find was GOATSNAKE.



    Perfect for rugby players, iHomo: heavy, moronic, HEAVY, monotonous knuckle-dragging munt. Plus it doesnt have the daft cookie monster vocals that are so often a deal-breaker

    this LP is currently in transit mail-order from Jesusland to my hot little pants. I have thousand of records and dozens of cd's. Never downloaded anything.
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  11. The_Brown_Hornet Michael Lynagh (62)

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    Love me some doom. My latest music finds:

    Classic English Prog, courtesy of Big Big Train



    Wicked jazz funk from Snarky Puppy (I'm a sucker for a great horn section)



    Instrumental guitar music from a young fella from Sydney

  12. rugbyskier Ted Thorn (20)

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    This would have to be the best pop song ever



    Josh Ramsay co-wrote 'Call Me Maybe' for Carly-Rae Jepsen and has said he has gotten sick of being asked "how do you write a great pop song?" so he decided to write Pop 101 as an instruction manual and to take the piss out of a number of pop artists. The song is brilliant, it's satirical and extremely catchy. I've picked several pisstakes in the video clip - Justin Timberlake, Mumford and Sons, Kesha, Black Eyed Peas, Miley Cyrus, Robin Thicke and Redfoo. I like the guest rapper who is there to fill in a quiet bit. "Some things just go together, like higher, desire and fire" :)
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  13. Ruggo Mark Ella (57)

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    RIP Jack Bruce. Cream were such an awsome band.
  14. The_Brown_Hornet Michael Lynagh (62)

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    Agreed, a highly influential musician as well.
  15. Baldric Jim Clark (26)

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    Grew up on Cream. Brilliant music. Disraeli Gears prolly their best.
  16. oztimmay Peter Sullivan (51)

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    Close enough for me. Part of my musical upbringing was listening to stoner rock like Kyuss and (to a lesser degree) QOTSA. more recently I've discovered Unida, which got John Garcia and Scott Reeder from Kyuss. I claim recent find becuas;e they've re-released old EPs and are doing a few festivals. John/Scott were probably jealous that Josh Homme is doing so well.

    The Unida song that has captured my attention thus far - If Only Two:



    There's a lot more in my musical history, this is jsut the tip. Could camp in this thread :)
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  17. Dismal Pillock Greg Davis (50)

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    ACID KING, had seen their name around for ages, on Man's Ruin back in the day, but had never heard them,



    **INSTANT ENTIRE DISCOGRAPHY MUST-HAVE** now on the hunt for lp versions, midheaven.com and cobraside.com looking good
  18. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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    For the oldies on here:

    A mate put me on to Diana Krall (AKA Mrs Elvis Costello, also AKA Mrs Declan Patrick McManus).
    Lovely jazz voice for chilling out with a nice glass of Coonawarra Red.


    Also, on the Jazz theme, Patricia Barber can hold a tune when she tries.

    She could chill a Single Malt Whiskey.
  19. Dismal Pillock Greg Davis (50)

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    latests finds, saving up my paypal pennies for both LIFE STINKS lp's.

    love this caveman garage shit, sounds like the Ramones at the wrong speed



    and everything by monotonous repetitive drongos WATERY LOVE. their 1 LP and 4 ep's.

    and THE FALL "Slates" 10" and Dragnet LP reissues.

    and the new Neurosis LP in August.
  20. Dismal Pillock Greg Davis (50)

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    Latest Music find:



    WHORES. Bit of Helmet, bit of Unsane, and in this track a bit of Tool

    After first listen, within femtoseconds had splurged on bands entire discography on vinyl

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