What we're listening to right now...

What we're listening to right now...

Postby fatty » 22 Apr 2005, 03:56

I think this might be an interesting idea for us, considering I know we all have some interesting music tastes and opinions (see Snake vs Bacon in the cage for more!), and I'm sure alot of us have some tunes on while we write (muses are muses). Also, while his columns kinda suck, I always liked the last line of the Flem File...

"This column written while listening to: The Indigo Girls - Lesbo Fist Fest, vol. III"

So, that said, this post is brought to you by...

Possum-Dixon, "Watch that Girl Destroy Me"

Chime in fucktards.
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Postby fatty » 22 Apr 2005, 07:08

Because I hate unanswered threads, I give you this...

Currently listening to a band called Marah from Philly, whose song starts with Harry Calas (phillies radio) saying they're standing on field during a rain delay waiting to play the national anthem. If you know Harry Calas, you know how cool this is. Just that they got him into the studio to record that rocks.

And in the time it took me to post that, we've moved on to Ice Cube "The Nigga You Love to Hate". I love my mp3 collection.
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Postby howboutafrescahmmm » 22 Apr 2005, 07:10

Got some live Rush on right now Subdivision is the song. I don't listen to much music at work, the other guy tends to pick it, but after he leaves its all sports all the time.
"The Yankees have that guy (Tony) Womack playing left field," Henderson said. "If I can't play that position at least as well as he can, I'll hang up the spikes right now.'' ? Rickey Henderson.
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Postby fatty » 22 Apr 2005, 08:10

Public Enemy, "Don't Believe the Hype"
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Postby Frank the Tank » 22 Apr 2005, 08:59

Currently listening to muzak on hold for a conference call. I believe it is an atrocious accordion/bugle/kazoo rendition of Stay the Night by Chicago.
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Postby fatty » 22 Apr 2005, 09:05

I thought this thread would catch on...


"8th Wonder", Sugar Hill Gang.
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Postby Dunking Donut » 22 Apr 2005, 09:40

I listening to O&A right now.

In my MusicMatch Jukebox I have as my most recent:

BECK anime OST (Original Sound Track)
> I've got a feeling (Beatles cover)
> Slip Out, A Little More Than Before
> Moon on the Water

Orange Range - MusiQ
> Michishirube

Guns N Roses - Lies
> One In A Million

Leftover Crack - Medicore Generica
> Stop The Insanity
> Born To Die
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Postby fatty » 22 Apr 2005, 09:53

This might be my last till I get to work, but the latest in my MP3 list is "June Panic - Born on a Saturday"...

But I'm singing "rickey got a big ole butt...I know I told ya I'd be true...but rickey got a big ole butt...so I'm leavin' you" in my head.
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Postby TheDooze » 22 Apr 2005, 09:55

U2, How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb

Excellent album. Brilliant, even.
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Postby Rickey Sez » 22 Apr 2005, 10:24

Dunking Donut wrote:I listening to O&A right now.

In my MusicMatch Jukebox I have as my most recent:

BECK anime OST (Original Sound Track)
> I've got a feeling (Beatles cover)
> Slip Out, A Little More Than Before
> Moon on the Water

Orange Range - MusiQ
> Michishirube

Guns N Roses - Lies
> One In A Million

Leftover Crack - Medicore Generica
> Stop The Insanity
> Born To Die


Leftover Crack, donut? My old college roommate plays with Leftover Crack
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Postby fatty » 22 Apr 2005, 22:53

Indie Pop Rocks radio, on somafm.com

it's good stuff
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Postby jack_daniels » 22 Apr 2005, 22:57

Jim Jones- Purple City Byrd Gang

then

Buffalo Soldier-Bob Marley

then

Rich Girl-Gwen Stefanie

then

until the end of time-tupac.

Talk about a mix of genres.
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Postby jack_daniels » 22 Apr 2005, 23:22

hahaha....

She Swallowed it-N.W.A.

funny song.
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Postby fatty » 22 Apr 2005, 23:24

jack_daniels wrote:hahaha....

She Swallowed it-N.W.A.

funny song.


don't matter, just don't bite it

Classic jd.
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Postby jack_daniels » 22 Apr 2005, 23:27

This is one song I love when blasting my like totally decked out Camry. Totally.

Still Cruisin-Eazy E
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