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ThomThomThomThom Posts: 3,574
edited July 2014 in The cake stop
How come I can't find any decent music thead other than the 'song title'-one? Which is basically just a game, eh ;)

Surely every respected forum should have a thread to post, request and dicuss music. Be that new or old releases, live concerts, youtube clips and so on..
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  • Lacuna Coil, Rammstein, Ensiferum, Fear Factory. All good stuff to get the heart pumping and fire up your ride :D
  • ThomThomThomThom Posts: 3,574
    edited September 2012
    Get in. Thread is already rolling! ALIHISGREAT, you're quite right. Definitely not my cup of tea! I have always wanted to.. how do I say this politely.. stab Akon beyond recognition with a needle and swap his eyeballs out with his testies... :)

    I recently bought myself the new Grizzly Bear album. Brilliant stuff.
    'Yet Again' from 'Shields'.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bteY_fs3Y18
  • ThomThomThomThom Posts: 3,574
    I've just subscribed to a youtube channel named LaBlogotheque. They make a lot of various live concerts with a lot of different acts, mainly in the heart of Paris.

    This one is just brilliant. Yeasayer doing '2080' in a random french apartment without any instruments but the piano which is already in the apartment. Very special but really authentic. Brilliant song in its original as well btw.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8llsiEIvvM0&t=1m13s
  • Try a band called Gun Club Cemetery, not as grim as the name might suggest. They have just released their EP so are very much just launching themselves but we'll worth a listen.
  • declan1declan1 Posts: 2,470
    Ultravox's new album called Brilliant.

    It's pretty good, and some of the songs sound like their old stuff :D

    Road - Dolan Preffisio
    MTB - On-One Inbred

    I have no idea what's going on here.
  • byke68byke68 Posts: 1,070
    Been listening to the second NDE album, the All Hail The Transending Ghost album and some DarkThrone. 8)
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  • Radio3.This morning, Cerys on 6Music (she could read out the dictionary and I would listen to every syllable). Then some old jazz and blues. Now - Planet Rock.
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  • rick_chaseyrick_chasey Posts: 53,322 Lives Here
    Lana Del Rey - Blue Jeans (Gesaffelstein Remix)

    and the new XX album has been on repeat for a while too now.

    Was very keen on the previous album and was a little sceptical about how they could really add much to what is a particularly sparse sound but I'm really enjoying it and think they have. Certainly more sophisicated and more developed (though they do take 'enough is a good as a feast' a little too far at times) than the previous album but without losing it's lovely dawn atmosphere.
  • ThomThomThomThom Posts: 3,574
    Thought the first album was really good. The new one not so much. Genuinely bored by it :/

    Speaking of remixes and The XX

    This little beauty is the best remix I've ever heard - partly because it involves one of my favorite bands..

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNKXBaIKIUE
  • gmbgmb Posts: 456
    I've recently become aware of The Knife and Karen's solo project Fever Ray.

    I can't stop listening to The Knife's Silent Shout and the self titled Fever Ray album - absolutely brilliant.
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  • gmb wrote:
    I've recently become aware of The Knife and Karen's solo project Fever Ray.

    I can't stop listening to The Knife's Silent Shout and the self titled Fever Ray album - absolutely brilliant.

    I love The Knife and managed to catch Fever Ray live twice. Probably the best live band(s) for an original all-out audio visual experience. The two of them are back together and recording the new The Knife LP - due out late this year. Can’t wait!

    It’s at this time of year that I start listening to my drone/modern classical/ambient stuff. 45 minute tracks that don’t do much. I love it ;-)
  • MattC59MattC59 Posts: 5,433
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  • I'm liking Jake Bugg at the minute!
  • I like this at the moment....

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=u1ueZS8O6Ss

    I'm also partial to a bit of Lucy Rose's song Bikes.
  • gmb wrote:
    Probably the best live band(s) for an original all-out audio visual experience.

    you misspelled DJ Yoda.
  • ThomThomThomThom Posts: 3,574
    New album out and it's brilliant.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLFyskA0e7Y
  • Oasis still - What's the story is in the car at the moment. I like anything I can remember growing up!
  • byke68byke68 Posts: 1,070
    Intelligence & Sacrifice - Alec Empire, brought it on Saturday, wished I brought it when it came out in 2002
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  • Thin lizzy, still in love with you
    music on shuffle, just before that "O Mio Babbino Caro"
    no idea what will be next
  • noodlemannoodleman Posts: 852
    Listening to Pendulum live at Brixton. Great album to run to or listen to in the gym.
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  • jawoogajawooga Posts: 530
    Eyorerox wrote:
    "O Mio Babbino Caro"

    Lovely song. I'm always reminded of the film Very Annie Mary, which is an excellent watch.

    I have had the film Surf's Up on in the background today, and at one point Welcome to Paradise by Green day kicked in. Dookie was a brilliant album.

    I'm listening to a lot of Jonny Cash at the moment on my phone - sounds brilliant through earphones, but a little depressing.

    I enjoy story tellers and am a big fan of Simon & Garfunkle. The sort of music I that has grown on me in the last couple of years is people like The Streets and Lily Allen (though I've only heard her first album).
  • byke68 wrote:
    Intelligence & Sacrifice - Alec Empire, brought it on Saturday, wished I brought it when it came out in 2002

    Used to listen to Atari teenage riot in my mad days. Crazy stuff!!!
  • heavymentalheavymental Posts: 2,018
    Today I have mostly been listening to Creedence, Crosby Stills and Nash and Charlie Pride. It's been a day of americana and country vibes for me.
  • ThomThomThomThom Posts: 3,574
    This is absolutely incredible. The development from 0:30-0:50!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMhLiBYZDfc
  • crispybug2crispybug2 Posts: 2,915
    My daughter has recently discovered my 'Jam' albums and loves them, so we're working our way through them at the moment. 'The Eton Rifles' and 'The Butterfly Collector' are her favourites at the moment.


    Thirty years on and their music holds up really well!!
  • laurentianlaurentian Posts: 1,784
    Crackle - The Best of Bauhaus
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  • mfinmfin Posts: 6,724
    What I love about music is that one man's 'amazing' is another man's 'dull'... Ive just been listening to Young, Stupid and White by CNN (X-CNN)
  • ThomThomThomThom Posts: 3,574
    The new Daughter album is ridiculous. Go buy it.
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