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Metallica - Master Of Puppets (Album)

Metallica - ...And Justice For All (Album)

Here's everything on my mp3 playlist:


Rob Dougan - I'm Not Driving Anymore

Outkast feat. Zach De La Rocha - Bombs over Baghdad

Bloodhound Gang - Mope

Dropkick Murphys - Irish Drinking Song

Dropkick Murphys - Amazing Grace

Dropkick Murphys - Wild Rover

Clint Mansell - Requiem For A Dream

G.O.B. - Paint It Black

The Animals - House of the Rising Sun

Linkin Park - With You

Happy Tree Friends - Theme

Beastie Boys - Girls

t.A.T.u. - All The Things She Said (don't ask)

The Pillows (From FLCL) - Advice

The Pillows (From FLCL) - Blues Drive Monster

The Pillows (From FLCL) - Come Down

The Pillows (From FLCL) - Crazy Sunshine

The Pillows (From FLCL) - I Think I Can

The Pillows (From FLCL) - One Life

The Pillows (From FLCL) - Runners High

The Pillows (From FLCL) - Rush

The Pillows (From FLCL) - Sleepy Head

Filter - Trip Like I Do

I am schizophrenic in my taste in music.... i didn't even list my Blues or classical tracks....

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Let's see, some of my late night insomniac tunes...

Just about anything Linkin Park

How you remind me - nickelback

the game- disturbed

only happy when it rains -garbage

tenaciuos d

blurrey - drift and die -puddle of mudd

i will survive - cake version

boys of summer - ataris

headstrong - trapt

good times - finger 11

show me how to live- audioslave

as long as its got good guitar, loud bass, or just loud, its all good

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allow me to be an :censored:, and review your musical choices (by all means rip me to shreds as well...)

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Just about anything Linkin Park Gotta be more selective, they are good, but alot of their stuff is repetitive and full of suck...

How you remind me - nickelback No... No... No... Bad...

the game- disturbed Great Song... good if your pissed at some coldhearted chick...

only happy when it rains -garbage Good...

tenaciuos d Good for :censored:s and giggles...

blurrey - drift and die -puddle of mudd (See: Nickleback)

i will survive - cake version Don't short-change Gloria Gaynor... good song though...

boys of summer - ataris Original was better...

headstrong - trapt Was a good song for half-a-month

good times - finger 11 Never heard it...

show me how to live- audioslave I hate the RAGE boys.. but a good song is a good song...

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't "Boys of Summer" origional sung by Don Henley? I'm a young'n, so chances are I'm wrong.

i think you might be right..... Oops....

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"Boys of Summer" was a Don Henley song, not Bryan Adams. Weirdly enough, that remake kindof works. But the original is good, too.

I have very strange tastes, but here's my lastest kindof mellow playlist here at home:

10,000 Maniacs, "Jezebel" (MTV Unplugged)

Tori Amos, "Love Song" (Cure cover)

Tori Amos, "Taxi Ride"

Paula Cole, "Hush, Hush, Hush"

Counting Crows, "American Girls"

Cranberries, "I Still Do"

Sheryl Crow, "My Favorite Mistake"

Eastmountainsouth, "You Dance"

Melissa Etheridge, "Talking To My Angel"

David Gray, "Babylon"

Moxy Fruvous, "Fell In Love"

Pink Floyd, "High Hopes"

Primitive Radio Gods, "Are You Happy?"

Jason Mraz, "You and I Both"

Bruce Springsteen, "I'm On Fire"

Stone Temple Pilots, "Creep"

Vienna Teng, "Gravity"

If you want a sample of the weird combination of stuff I listen to, you could always check out my mp3 server, mostly set up so I can listen to my music at work.

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On 7/14/2012 at 2:20 AM, tajmccall said:

When it comes to style, ya'll really should listen to Kev.

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Not really into a lot of harder rock, but here goes...


G-Unit - Beg 4 Mercy (I keep a holster on my shoulder like I'm John Wayne/shootin' these n***** lights out like LeBron James)

Tim McGraw - Greatest Hits (yes, that's Tim McGraw...right after G-Unit)

Ludacris - Chicken & Beer

Good Charlotte - Good Charlotte

Good Charlotte - The Young & The Hopeless

The Bloodhound Gang - Hooray For Boobies

Nelly - Country Grammar (tons better than Nellyville)

Individual Songs

Lil Jon/Ying Yang Twins "Get Low"

Nelly/P. Diddy/Murphy Lee "Shake Ya Tailfeather"

Ludacris "Growing Pains"

St. Lunatics "Think About It"

Pastor Troy "Are We Cuttin?"

Lil Wayne "Shine"

Switchfoot "Dare You To Move"

Don McLean "American Pie"

...and a bunch of other stuff, I'll end it here.


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my wife and i had a son in the last year, so i haven't bought any new cds lately, but here is what i've been listening to (albums, not songs)....let it be noted that i love MUSIC, and not genres:

johnny cash - love, god, murder box set

thelonious monk - riverside collection

minor threat - complete discography

fugazi - 13 songs, repeater, in on the kill taker

wu tang clan - enter the 36 chambers

jets to brazil - orange rhyming dictionary, four cornered night

white stripes - white blood cells, elephant, de stijl

dr. octagon - dr. octagonecologist

gza - liquid swords

rza - ghost dog soundtrack

faith no more - album of the year, angel dust

de la soul - any and all of their records

public enemy - apocalypse 91....the enemy strikes black

ice cube - the predator

black sabbath - paranoid

alice cooper - love it to death

slayer - south of heaven

teenage fanclub - 13, bandwagonesque, grand prix, a catholic education

leadbelly - the rca years

miles davis - kind of blue, birth of the cool

john coltrane - a love supreme

charlie parker - ornithology

marvin gaye - what's going on

rolling stones - the singles collection (the london years)

beastie boys - paul's boutique, check your head, ill communication, hello nasty

tom waits - blue valentine, alice

and much much more.

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my mp3 list is about 1500 songs long, so i won't list that... but i listen to a lot of post-1965 beatles albums, and other great classic rockers.  most of the new stuff out there is garbage, and wont be remembered in a year.  The stuff I listen to has been great for 35  years.  Now that's music.


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not into that much rock, grew up more on hip hop


Bubba Sparxxx, Deliverance

50 Cent, Get Rich or Die Trying

Lil' Flip, Undaground Legend

OutKast, Stankonia

OutKast, Greatest Hits vol. 1

Hitman Sammy Sam, Stepdaddy

Eminem, Slim Shady

Eminem, Marshall Mathers

Ludacris, Word of Mouf

Nelly Furtado, Whoa Nelly

Baby Bash, Tha Smokin' Nephew

and several more


Bubba Sparxxx, Deliverance and Back in the Mud

Stagga Lee, We Be Like

Fountains of Wayne, Stacey's Mom (yeah, i said it.)

Arrested Development, Tennessee

50 Cent, Many Men

Nelly Furtado, plop on the Radio

Baby Bash feat. Frankie J, Suga Suga

basically anyone not named R. Kelly...if you live in the Midwest (especially Chicago) and there's an urban station that plays his plop every half hour, you know what i mean.


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most of the new stuff out there is garbage, and wont be remembered in a year. The stuff I listen to has been great for 35 years. Now that's music.

Blah blah blahdyblahblah blah blah.


Keep in mind that there was plenty of older music that wasn't remembered after a year, either. But, a sense of musical history is good as well; there's certainly plenty of good music across different times and genres.

I figured I'd make an addendum--albums that I've been listening to, via my mp3 server, at work:

Vienna Teng, Waking Hour (this ends up in heavy rotation for me, great album)

Shades Apart, Eyewitness

7Mary3, American Standard

Artificial Joy Club, Melt

Toadies, Rubberneck

Franky Perez, Poor Man's Son

New World Spirits, Fortune Cookie

Train, My Private Nation

Weezer, Weezer (blue)

And tons of Pat McCurdy, but mostly live recordings.

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On 7/14/2012 at 2:20 AM, tajmccall said:

When it comes to style, ya'll really should listen to Kev.

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Right now on the "speed rack" in my car I've got the following:

Robin Trower - Bridge of Sighs

Johnny Cash - 16 Greatest Hits

Meat Loaf - Bat out of Hell

Nelly - Country Grammar

Moby - 18

Moby - Play

James Brown - Make It Funky

Miles Davis and John Coltrane

Paul McCartney - Wingspan

I've also got a CD case in the car that always contains the complete studio album catalogues of REM, The Smiths and Morrissey -- some people just can't completely leave college behind, what can I say?

At the office (when I'm not listening to Bloomberg Radio on the net, that is) it's a bit more subdued:

Louis Armstrong - The Complete RCA Recordings

Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald

The Best of Burt Bacharach

Tony Bennett - Forty Years, The Artistry of Tony Bennett

David Benoit - Fuzzy Logic

Art Blakey Quintet - Jazz Message

John Coltrane - Blue Train, Giant Steps

Brian Culbertson - Nice and Slow

Miles Davis - Bitches Brew, Jazz at the Plaza, Milestones

Miles Davis and Gil Evans - The Best of . . .

Dexter Gordon - Our Man in Paris

Johnny Hartman - Unforgettable

Gerry Mulligan & Stan Getz - In Hi Fi

Frank Sinatra - The Very Good Years, The RCA Years Box Set

Sly & The Family Stone - Greatest Hits

Tower of Power - Soul Vaccination

McCoy Tyner - Inception, Nights of Ballads & Blues

Joe Williams - Having the Blues under European Sky

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currently, here are my favorite songs

kriptonite - 3 doors down

going under - evanescence

calling all angels - train

falling for the 1st time - barenaked ladies

my sacrifice - creed

bittersweet symphany - the verve

on a day like today - bryan adams

sum 41 (every song)

linkin park (every song)

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Aside from all my Journey and A-ha MP3s (which I ripped myself), also in my mix are:

- about 75 Wesley Willis songs

- some Tears for Fears (ripped Songs From The Big Chair, found a few more)

- four (yes FOUR) songs by Taco

- couple of Duran Duran

- couple of David Bowie

- couple of Queen

- some Savoy

- couple of Springstein

- A3's "Woke Up This Morning" (am I the only one who bought one of A3's albums? Unfortuneatly for me, it was the critically inferior one, but does have probably the darkest, twangiest version of "Hotel California" I ever heard.)

- A Flock of Seagulls' "I Ran"

- Blondie's "Rapture"

- Peter Gabriel's "Sledgehammer" (hands down, the greatest music video of all time, you can not convince me otherwise),

- John Farnham's "Your the Voice"

- Simple Minds' "Don't You (Forget About Me)"

- Van Halen's "Right Now"

- plus various songs from the soundtrack score's of American Beauty, Traffic, Gladiator, Lord of the Rings and the Matrix trilogy.

It's broad, mostly 80's, but IMO, the best music ever came out of the 80's. And a vast majority of today's music is utter crap.

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To me the best music was before I was born (pre-1988). So basically I took my dad's CD collection which consists of Rolling Stone Magazine's 25 year anniversary CD collection from 1968-1993 and Boston's Greatest Hits. Don't worry, he knows I have it.

Some other notable CDs I own are:

Styx - Greatest Hits

Eiffel 65 - Europop

South Park - Movie Soundtrack

South Park - Chef Aid

Weird Al - Food Album

Weird Al - Running with Scissors



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I started to post on this earlier but lost power because of the windstorms we've been having out this way (Maine).

First I gotta say how pleasently surprised I've been to see some of the bands mentioned especially Moxy Frouvis, The Pillows and the man in black, Johny Cash.

As for me, my taste in music is pretty eclectic with a strong leaning toward electronica, indy rock, new wave and j-pop.

artists/tracks/albums that I really enjoy:

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Fever to Tell Album

Oakenfold, Bunka Album

Radio Head, The Bends and Hail to the Theif Albums (those are just the two I own...all there stuff is great)

Garbage, Version 2.0 Album

Stereo Total, Musique Automatique Album

The Pillows, FLCL Soundtrack

DJ Shadow, The Private Press Album

Underworld, Beaucoup Fish Album

And a liberal mix of:

Pearl Jam

System of a Down

Smashing Pumpkins

Cold Play


Beasty Boys

The Beatles

and Johny Cash

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