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Post by trixybella » Tue Feb 06, 2007 9:59 pm

Resurrecting this one, just so Soulmining (and anyone else over 25) can poke emo jokes at me -

NEW FALL OUT BOY ALBUM IS AWESOME - FACT!!!!

Not a fan of From Under the Cork Tree, Infinity on High is fast becoming a staple part of my listening, and the cover has a flying sheep on the front!
Add to the fact the bassist is hot - a girls got it made!!
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Post by David Hall » Tue Feb 06, 2007 11:14 pm

Just got in so keeping it VERY mellow with a nice mix from the laptop including Low, Broadcast, Scott Walker, Cat Power, Bat for Lashes (props to Soulmining..) and the master Morricone (giallo scores).........

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Post by soulmining » Wed Feb 07, 2007 1:19 am

I wasn't planning on taking the piss, Trixy... :wink: But since you mention it... No, my esteemed buddy Mr 12A was playing it in the car when we did our cinema trip last week, so I can't really slate it.

As for me, it's The Shins latest album Wincing The Night Away - they had quite a few tracks in the Garden State movie and their new album is fab!
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Post by Payne » Wed Feb 07, 2007 4:45 am

The album "Ophiliac" by Emilie Autumn

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Post by Team Banzai » Wed Feb 07, 2007 8:07 am

the decemberists - the crane wife (esp track 9 @ 10 mins plus)

the arcade fire - neon bible (brilliant)

the hold steady - boys and girls in america

the long blondes - giddy stratospheres / someone to drive you home

the long winters - putting the days to rest

radiohead/ thom yorke - new stuff - videotape/ down is the new up

sun kil moon - ghosts of the great highway dble cd

the pipettes - we are the pipettes

matt berry - opium

and we're all off to see and you will know us by the trail of dead next week or so!

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Post by Bearded Avenger » Wed Feb 07, 2007 12:38 pm

trixybella wrote: (and anyone else over 25) can poke emo jokes at me
Well seeing as emo - or post-hardcore as I prefer it to be called so people don't think I listen to the current fashionable tat;) - has been around since the mid-80's (Embrace, Rites of Spring, etc).

An update:

Gray Matter - Thog (my fave emo album of all time from 1992, which I've only had on vinyl, but just bought the CD)

Love Is All - The Same Song Nine Times (X-Ray Spex at a disco)

Fugazi - Live In London ('nuff said - would beat the current crop of emo bands to a pulp if they weren't pacifist vegans)

Husky Power - Ghost Is Not a House (if that's what the album's actually called!!!)

V/A - Burn To Shine Vol 3: Portland DVD (w/ Mirah, Sleater Kinney, The Decemberists, The Gossip, etc)

Cat Power - The Greatest

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Post by voor » Wed Feb 07, 2007 1:57 pm

Tom Waits- Jockey Full Of Bourbon
Charles Aznavour - Autobiographie
Alan Lomax - Murder: Prison Songs
Gavin Bryars - Sinking Of The Titanic
The Tiger Lillies- Die Weberischen
And finally:

Pagliacci - Puccini

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Post by streetrw » Thu Feb 08, 2007 7:09 pm

Right now - Nathan Barr's soundtrack to HOSTEL. The opening has a definite Bernard Herrmann sound about it.

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Post by xLeft For Deadx » Fri Feb 09, 2007 1:40 pm

Today:
Tristania - Illumination
Swallow The Sun - Hope
Amon Amarth - Fate of Norns

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Post by streetrw » Fri Feb 09, 2007 7:05 pm

Actually, as yesterday was a bit snowy, I drove to and from work with the soundtracks to Airport and Die Hard 2.

Currently playing The Secret of NIMH. Never seen the film, but the score is gorgeous.

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Post by James W » Sat Feb 10, 2007 8:59 pm

Nightmare before Christmas OST! yeah I know its a few onths away (!) but all this snow got me in the mood
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Post by streetrw » Sat Feb 10, 2007 11:24 pm

James W wrote:Nightmare before Christmas OST! yeah I know its a few onths away (!) but all this snow got me in the mood
Danny Elfman... I have a load of his albums but the only one I really, really love is Midnight Run.

Today being what would have been Jerry Goldsmith's 78th birthday, I've had the ALIEN scores on - they're available as isolated tracks on the DVD. Wonderful, bleak music. And the first STAR TREK movie as well, which is a classic.

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Post by James W » Sun Feb 11, 2007 12:52 pm

streetrw wrote:
James W wrote:Nightmare before Christmas OST! yeah I know its a few onths away (!) but all this snow got me in the mood
Danny Elfman... I have a load of his albums but the only one I really, really love is Midnight Run.

Today being what would have been Jerry Goldsmith's 78th birthday, I've had the ALIEN scores on - they're available as isolated tracks on the DVD. Wonderful, bleak music. And the first STAR TREK movie as well, which is a classic.
Good choice matey, might put on my Planet of the Apes
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Post by ghouldrool » Fri Feb 23, 2007 5:46 pm

any one here tried imeem yet?

basically is a music version of youtube

i mention it mostly because youtube is starting to get a bit ruthless now in its culling of music... coz somehow it will stop the artists making money.. youtube showing music vids that you cant otherwise actually own in most cases!!!
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Post by streetrw » Fri Feb 23, 2007 6:22 pm

Currently playing: On Her Majesty's Secret Service (John Barry); the full 79 minute CD. Easily Barry's finest Bond score; and actually the best Bond score by anyone (the best non-Barry Bond is Live And Let Die).
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