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Nzoner
11-14-2008, 08:54 PM
Okay I'm drinkin' by myself and bored.

Go to your music library,hit shuffle and list the first 10 songs that come up.

Let's see what you got.

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 08:58 PM
GIVE A LITTLE LOVE - Rilo Kiley
IF I NEVER SEE YOUR FACE AGAIN - Maroon 5
SEVENTEEN - Sex Pistols
DEATHLY - Aimee Mann
ARC - Pearl Jam
IF 6 WAS 9 - Tori Amos
ONE OF THESE DAYS - Owen
RED FLAGS AND LONG NIGHTS - She Wants Revenge
GOING TO CALIFORNIA - Led Zepplin
LOUNGE - Regina Spektor


... what a mix...

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 08:59 PM
1.Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out-Bruce springsteen
2.Burn Burn-The Lost prophets
3.Hybrid-Alias Eye
4,Year Of The Cat-Al Stewart
5.All Night Long-Joe Walsh
6.Sabbath Bloody Sabbath-Black Sabbath
7.paper Sun-Traffic
8.Baby Please don't Go-Van Morrison(Them)
9.Jive talkin'-The Bee Gees
10.City Of Love-Yes

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 09:02 PM
GIVE A LITTLE LOVE - Rilo Kiley
IF I NEVER SEE YOUR FACE AGAIN - Maroon 5
SEVENTEEN - Sex Pistols
DEATHLY - Aimee Mann
ARC - Pearl Jam
IF 6 WAS 9 - Tori Amos
ONE OF THESE DAYS - Owen
RED FLAGS AND LONG NIGHTS - She Wants Revenge
GOING TO CALIFORNIA - Led Zepplin
LOUNGE - Regina Spektor


... what a mix...

Damn I know one of those and I'll bet anyone can guess which one

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 09:02 PM
nice.

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 09:03 PM
Damn I know one of those and I'll bet anyone can guess which one

... let me see... it's ONE OF THESE DAYS by Owen right? :D

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 09:04 PM
... let me see... it's ONE OF THESE DAYS by Owen right? :D

is that a cover of the Floyd song??

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 09:08 PM
naw. It's one of Owen's own.

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 09:11 PM
round 2

Little martha-Allman brothers band
The King Of wishful thinking-Go west
Apple Blossom-white stripes
Are you ready-AC?DC
R.E.H.AB-Alabama3
War Pigs-Bonerama
Heavy music-Bob Seger from live bullet
I may be used but i ain't used up-Waylon Jennings
Crazy thing called love-Queen
I'm Losing you-John lennon

Deberg_1990
11-14-2008, 09:14 PM
This was Just your life: Metallica

Stone in Love: Journey

Turn this Mutha Out: MC Hammer

Fade to Black: Metallica

Girl You know its true: Milli Vinilli

Think of Laura: Christopher Cross

IM goin to Jackon: Johnny Cash and June Carter

While My Guitar Gently Weeps: The Beatles

I Wish: Stevie Wonder

At this point in my life: Tracy Chapman

I wanna Rock: Twisted Sister

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 09:16 PM
This was Just your life: Metallica

Stone in Love: Journey

Turn this Mutha Out: MC Hammer

Fade to Black: Metallica

Girl You know its true: Milli Vinilli

Think of Laura: Christopher Cross

IM goin to Jackon: Johnny Cash and June Carter

While My Guitar Gently Weeps: The Beatles

I Wish: Stevie Wonder

At this point in my life: Tracy Chapman

I wanna Rock: Twisted Sister

very interesting.
However, I do have to admit that I didn't know anyone still had copies of Milli Vinilli songs. :D

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 09:19 PM
ROUND 2

DISAPPEARING ACT - Chris Cornell
LILAC WINE - Jeff Buckley
ANIMAL - Pearl Jam
ROCKY RACOON - The Beatles
BIRDS SING - The Refreshments
ROLLERCOASTER - M. Ward
TRIGGER HAPPY JACK - Poe
MEET ME IN THE MORNING - Bob Dylan
LULLABYE - Sia
NIGHT RECONAISSANCE - The Dresden Dolls

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 09:21 PM
ROUND 2


ROCKY RACOON - The Beatles


Love that song

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 09:22 PM
me too. one of my all time favorites.

sportsman1
11-14-2008, 09:22 PM
sure I'll play..

Drinkin My baby Good Bye- Charlie Daniels
Free For all- Ted Nugent
Bohemian Rhapsody- Queen
Cadillac Ranch- Chris Ledoux
Yee-haw-Jake Owen
You Gotta love that- Neil McCoy
Space Truckin- Deep Purple
Wave On Wave- Pat Green
Start Me Up- Stones
Cold as Ice- Foreigner

sedated
11-14-2008, 09:22 PM
1. No Diggity - Blackstreet
2. 46 &2 - Tool
3. Where is my mind? - Pixies
4. Live at E's - Sublime
5. Fantastic Voyage - Coolio
6. Lounge Fly - Stone Temple Pilots
7. Drunk Asshole - The Urge
8. Crawl Away - Tool
9. Super Bon Bon - Soul Coughing
10. No Surprises - Radiohead

SPATCH
11-14-2008, 09:24 PM
Roscoe: Midlake

Hip Hop Fury: GZA

2000 BC: Canibus

Books From Boxes: Maximo Park

Graves: Tokyo Police Club

Where is Home: Bloc Party

The More You Ignore Me: Morrissey

Digital Love: Daft Punk

My Mathematical Mind: Spoon

With a Heavy Heart: Does it Offend You, Yeah?

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 09:25 PM
1. No Diggity - Blackstreet
2. 46 &2 - Tool
3. Where is my mind? - Pixies
4. Live at E's - Sublime
5. Fantastic Voyage - Coolio
6. Lounge Fly - Stone Temple Pilots
7. Drunk Asshole - The Urge
8. Crawl Away - Tool
9. Super Bon Bon - Soul Coughing
10. No Surprises - Radiohead

these are two more of my favorite tunes.

great playlist all around. but those two are definate stand-outs for me. And Super Bon Bon.

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 09:26 PM
Roscoe: Midlake

I LOVE me some Midlake.

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 09:27 PM
sure I'll play..


Free For all- Ted Nugent


First Nugent song I ever heard,made me an instant fan,did you know meatloaf sanfg lead vocals on 4 of the songs on that album

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 09:28 PM
Cadillac Ranch- Chris Ledoux

Hell Yeah! Represent!

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 09:28 PM
I've got some crazy shit on in my library but it hasn't come up yet

anyone here a kraftwerk fan,here's one in my library

oh and song starts about 30 seconds in

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Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 09:29 PM
First Nugent song I ever heard,made me an instant fan,did you know meatloaf sanfg lead vocals on 4 of the songs on that album


I like Teddy, but I don't own any of his stuff. Which album is this on?

sportsman1
11-14-2008, 09:30 PM
No I didn't, thats quite interesting. I'm gonna have to look into that.

sedated
11-14-2008, 09:31 PM
In the garage - Weezer
Why you wanna - TI
To Forgive - Smashing Pumkins
Naked in the Rain - Red Hot Chili peppers
What they do - The Roots
War within a breath - Rage Against the Machine
Any Colour you like - Pink Floyd
Southern man - neil young
Ball tongue - Korn
Flashing Lights - Kanye West

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 09:33 PM
I like Teddy, but I don't own any of his stuff. Which album is this on?

Free-For-All his 2nd solo project

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 09:35 PM
Free-For-All his 2nd solo project

thankee, sai.

I'll check it out.

Stanley Nickels
11-14-2008, 09:36 PM
Don't have my home computer with me (traveling for the weekend), so I'm doing this with my iPod

1. Sober - Tool
2. Still Moving to Me - Toots & The Maytals ft. Willie Nelson
3. Golden Age - TV On The Radio
4. Milk - Kings of Leon
5. Yellow Ledbetter - Pearl Jam
6. Needy Girl - Chromeo
7. Where Have All The Rude Boys Gone - Ted Leo & Pharmacists
8. All Things Change - Billy Corgan
9. Tu Whitt To Whoo - The Anniversary
10. 3030 - DELTRON 3030: Dan The Automator and Del Tha Funkee Homosapien

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 09:37 PM
thankee, sai.

I'll check it out.

allow me

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Boon
11-14-2008, 09:45 PM
1. Closer To the Heart - Rush
2. My Little Machine - Jimmy Rogers
3. Attitude - Rick Derringer
4. Take A Chance - Eric Clapton
5. Bells Of St. James - Kansas
6. Smoke Along The Track - Stonewall Jackson
7. Day After Day - The Pretenders
8. Honey Pie - The Beatles
9. Mary Jane's Last Dance - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
10. Lookin' Out My Back Door - CCR

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 09:45 PM
allow me

Nice! That guy's insane, but man can he shred.

Great groove on that tune. I need to listen to more of his stuff. What's his best all around album?

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 09:46 PM
round 3

dreadmonboogaloo-ZZ TOP

space dementia-Muse

fool the world-hazen street

glad tidings-Van morrison

feed the fire-The Bodeans

susie q-CCr

since i held you-Rhe cars

roll over bethoven-ELO

in the grip of stranger stuff-Ian Anderson

reality dream II-Riverside

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 09:47 PM
Don't have my home computer with me (traveling for the weekend), so I'm doing this with my iPod

1. Sober - Tool
2. Still Moving to Me - Toots & The Maytals ft. Willie Nelson
3. Golden Age - TV On The Radio
4. Milk - Kings of Leon
5. Yellow Ledbetter - Pearl Jam
6. Needy Girl - Chromeo
7. Where Have All The Rude Boys Gone - Ted Leo & Pharmacists
8. All Things Change - Billy Corgan
9. Tu Whitt To Whoo - The Anniversary
10. 3030 - DELTRON 3030: Dan The Automator and Del Tha Funkee Homosapien

I always get very happy when these show up on my random mix playlists. Always... ALWAYS in the mood for these gems.

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 09:48 PM
Nice! That guy's insane, but man can he shred.

Great groove on that tune. I need to listen to more of his stuff. What's his best all around album?

Personally I'g go with Free-For-All plus you get Meatloaf vocals on 4 tracks

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 09:50 PM
round 3

dreadmonboogaloo-ZZ TOP

space dementia-Muse

fool the world-hazen street

glad tidings-Van morrison

feed the fire-The Bodeans

susie q-CCr

since i held you-Rhe cars

roll over bethoven-ELO

in the grip of stranger stuff-Ian Anderson

reality dream II-Riverside

love Muse and Van Morrison. I'm noticed Van has come up a couple of times for you. And Ian Anderson... man I went through like a two year phase where all I listened to was Jethro Tull. I couldn't get enough. Bought just about all their albums. I even tried writing a book with all their annotated lyrics... that guys way to smart. That would have taken me the rest of my life.

Donger
11-14-2008, 09:50 PM
Tool
Tool
Tool
Tool
Tool
Tool
Tool
Beethoven
Tool
Tool

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 09:50 PM
Personally I'g go with Free-For-All plus you get Meatloaf vocals on 4 tracks

done and done. again, I thank you.

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 09:53 PM
love Muse and Van Morrison. I'm noticed Van has come up a couple of times for you. And Ian Anderson... man I went through like a two year phase where all I listened to was Jethro Tull. I couldn't get enough. Bought just about all their albums. I even tried writing a book with all their annotated lyrics... that guys way to smart. That would have taken me the rest of my life.

I'm a big Tull fan my fav album is actually Heavy Horses,that song i listed though is from a great project called Ian Anderson Plays the orchestral Jethro Tull where Ian has a full orchestra behind him,also available on dvd which i own

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 09:56 PM
ROUND THREE

1. HONEY BEE - Tom Petty
2. CANDY - Martin Sexton
3. THE VILLAGE GREEN PRESERVATION SOCIETY - Kinks
4. JULIA - The Beatles
5. SING FOR THE MOMENT - Eminem
6. BELLS - Sky Smeed
7. STARMAN - David Bowie
8. SIR EGLAMORE - Kate Rusby
9. SHE'S ACTUAL SIZE - They Might Be Giants
10. SULK - Radiohead

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 09:57 PM
ROUND THREE

1. HONEY BEE - Tom Petty


Oh hell yeah!!

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 09:58 PM
I'm a big Tull fan my fav album is actually Heavy Horses,that song i listed though is from a great project called Ian Anderson Plays the orchestral Jethro Tull where Ian has a full orchestra behind him,also available on dvd which i own

that's brilliant! I can't believe I've neve heard of that. Does it have vocals or is it all instrumental? Doesn't matter really. I'm sure it's stellar either way, I'm just curious. What year did it come out?

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 10:02 PM
that's brilliant! I can't believe I've neve heard of that. Does it have vocals or is it all instrumental? Doesn't matter really. I'm sure it's stellar either way, I'm just curious. What year did it come out?

Don't recall the year,sometime in this decade,but get a drink or whatever and enjoy the following

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Boon
11-14-2008, 10:02 PM
Round Two
1. Flat Broke Love - BTO
2. Tusk - Fleetwood Mac
3. That'll Be The Day - The Beatles
4. Shoot Shoot - UFO
5. Matchbox Blues - Blind Lemon Jefferson
6. So Sincere - Pat Benatar
7. Just To Satisfy You - Waylon Jennings
8. Cry Cry Cry - Johnny Cash
9. Born To Rock & Roll - Blackfoot
10. Need Your Loving Tonight - Queen

headsnap
11-14-2008, 10:05 PM
Jerk it Out - The Caesars
Theme from Midnight Express - Georgio Moroder
Feva for the Flava - Hot Action Cop
Tick Tick Boom - The Hives
Hocus Pocus - Focus
Come Closer Together - NIN vs. The Beatles Mashup
Slam - Pendulum
Let it Go - Def Leppard
American Girls - John B
Anarchy - KMFDM

strange mood for my iTunes tonight!?!? :spock:

sportsman1
11-14-2008, 10:07 PM
[QUOTE=Boon;5219806]Round Two

2. Tusk - Fleetwood Mac


Good song...with the crazy beat. I didn't know it was Fleetwood Mac until the other night.

Boon
11-14-2008, 10:10 PM
[QUOTE=Boon;5219806]Round Two

2. Tusk - Fleetwood Mac


Good song...with the crazy beat. I didn't know it was Fleetwood Mac until the other night.

I think it was done with the USC marching band IIRC.
Interesting song. I think I read once it (Tusk ) is slang for dick.

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 10:12 PM
Round Two

4. Shoot Shoot - UFO

10. Need Your Loving Tonight - Queen

:thumb:

Sweet...UFO,I've got alot of theor tunes in my library and as for Queen I've got pretty much everything they've ever done.

Dartgod
11-14-2008, 10:14 PM
Ted Nugent - Home Bound
Billy Squier - Don't Let Me Go
Gordon Lightfoot - Read My Mind
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Who'll Stop the Rain
Guns-N-Roses - Sweet Child O' Mine
Heart - Baracuda
Kansas - The Wall
Hot Chocolate - You Sexy Thing
Eric Clapton - After Midnight

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 10:15 PM
Hocus Pocus - Focus


Awesome,have you heard Gary Hoey's cover?

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Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 10:16 PM
[QUOTE=Nzoner;5219801]Don't recall the year,sometime in this decade,but get a drink or whatever and enjoy the following QUOTE]

yeah. that's fucking amazing. I'm downloading that shit NOW.

Boon
11-14-2008, 10:16 PM
:thumb:

Sweet...UFO,I've got alot of theor tunes in my library and as for Queen I've got pretty much everything they've ever done.

Yeah, think I have all the Queen stuff too.

Wonder why UFO never made it bigger than they did.
Great guitars....!

Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 10:18 PM
Ted Nugent - Home Bound
Billy Squier - Don't Let Me Go
Gordon Lightfoot - Read My Mind
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Who'll Stop the Rain
Guns-N-Roses - Sweet Child O' Mine
Heart - Baracuda
Kansas - The Wall
Hot Chocolate - You Sexy Thing
Eric Clapton - After Midnight

yeah. nothing wrong with ANY of those tunes.

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 10:21 PM
Hot Chocolate - You Sexy Thing


Woot!!I got 3 of their songs as well,the 70's were great

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headsnap
11-14-2008, 10:23 PM
Awesome,have you heard Gary Hoey's cover?

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that's cool!

I have actually been working on my take on that song in an Industrial version for my solo project Alien Muscle Cars(thanks Braincase :thumb: ). I'll post it on CP when I get it finished.

Ultra Peanut
11-14-2008, 10:24 PM
Marques Houston - That Girl
Regina Spektor - Ode to Divorce
Barrington Levy - Here I Come
The Clash - Rudie Can't Fail
Prince - Little Red Corvette
Ugly Duckling - A Little Samba
The Roots - Rhymes and Ammo
Imogen Heap - The Walk
The Decemberists - We Both Go Down Together
The Pharcyde - Ya Mama

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 10:25 PM
Wonder why UFO never made it bigger than they did.
Great guitars....!

Agreed,as I recall Scheneker's bro was in The Scorpions

Anyhow as for UFO Obsession was my fav project and here's one of the tunes

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Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 10:25 PM
Marques Houston - That Girl
Regina Spektor - Ode to Divorce
Barrington Levy - Here I Come
The Clash - Rudie Can't Fail
Prince - Little Red Corvette
Ugly Duckling - A Little Samba
The Roots - Rhymes and Ammo
Imogen Heap - The Walk
The Decemberists - We Both Go Down Together
The Pharcyde - Ya Mama

easily one of the best bands of the decade. Great song.

Simply Red
11-14-2008, 10:25 PM
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Red Brooklyn
11-14-2008, 10:31 PM
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did you see Mullholland Drive?

that scene just about killed me.

Proof that Cryin' is perfect in any language.

Simply Red
11-14-2008, 10:32 PM
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Nzoner
11-14-2008, 10:32 PM
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Roy kicked ass and oh man we he got together with Petty,Harriosn,Dylan and Lynne simply fantastic


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alanm
11-14-2008, 10:35 PM
1. What you are - Audioslave
2. Double crossing time - Eric Clapton, John Mayall - Bluesbreaker
3. Montana - Frank Zappa
4. Sooner or later - Jimmy Cliff
5. And she was - Talking Heads
6. Choo Choo Mama - Ten Years After
7. Ghetto Defendant - The Clash
8. Giddy up - The Hives
9. She mine - Velvet Revolver
10. Come down - Bush

Simply Red
11-14-2008, 10:36 PM
IIRC, His wife and (I believe daughter) died in a fire, he had a very sad life. But, BUT, movie stars and famous people liked him and idolized him moreso than he had fans. His fans were right there in Hollywood.

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 10:40 PM
IIRC, His wife and (I believe daughter) died in a fire, he had a very sad life. But, BUT, movie stars and famous people liked him and idolized him moreso than he had fans. His fans were right there in Hollywood.

I've got a DVD of him with alot of famous friends called Black and white Night,if you're a fan and don't have it,it's two thumbs up,here's a clip

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KCUnited
11-14-2008, 10:45 PM
1. Sickening Horror - Embrace The Abstract
2. Poison The Well - Midair Love Message
3. Shelter - Heals At All
4. Hacksaw To The Throat - Consumed In Nothing
5. Aborted - Sanguine Verses
6. Toxic Holocaust - Send Them To Hell
7. Pennywise - Not Far Away
8. God Dethroned - Rusty Nails
9. Kreator - Murder Fantasies
10. The Lurking Corpes - Orgy In The Mausoleum

alanm
11-14-2008, 10:46 PM
Personally I'g go with Free-For-All plus you get Meatloaf vocals on 4 tracks
I still prefer his self titled 1st solo album in 1975

Stanley Nickels
11-14-2008, 10:49 PM
Round 2- hopefully no embarrassing songs...

1. Sigur Ros- Ajurtis Byrnum (sp? This is on my shuffle)
2. Kate Nash - Foundations
3. Los Lobos - Kiko
4. Black Keys - 10 a.m. Automatic
5. Modest Mouse - Third Planet
6. Minus The Bear - Monkey!!!Knife!!!Fight!!!
7. At The Drive-In - Rolodex Propaganda
8. Ace of Base - The Sign (THERE IT IS...)
9. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Jerusalem Moan
10. David Byrne - Independence Day
11. Paul Simon - The Obvious Child

Stanley Nickels
11-14-2008, 10:52 PM
2. Double crossing time - Eric Clapton, John Mayall - Bluesbreaker
3. Montana - Frank Zappa
4. Sooner or later - Jimmy Cliff
5. And she was - Talking Heads


THIS. John Mayall= Unbelievable.

Have you ever heard Super Sessions, by Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper, and Stills? Has an AMAZING VERSION of Season of The Witch and Albert's Shuffle

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 11:02 PM
I still prefer his self titled 1st solo album in 1975

Great album as well,the first two are far superior to anything else he ever did

Boon
11-14-2008, 11:04 PM
Great album as well,the first two are far superior to anything else he ever did

+1

A lot of his late stuff was pretty crappy.

Nzoner
11-14-2008, 11:10 PM
one more round

Digging in the dirt-peter gabriel

Glass Arm Shattering-Porcupine Tree

I'll Wait-Van Halen

Who Do you love-george thorogood

East St Louis-Ry Cooder

Sookie sookie-Steppenwolf

Goodbye-Larry Carlton

I need you-foreigner

Did ye get healed-Van Morrison

Lyin Eyes-The eagles

Reaper16
11-15-2008, 12:31 AM
Porcupine Tree - "Piano Lessons"
Vintersorg - "E.S.P. Mirage"
Mos Def - "Hip Hop"
Vedera - "Trade This Fear"
Atmosphere - "Always Coming Back Home To You"
Dream Theater - "Another Day"
Deadsy - "Phantasmagore"
Traveling Wilburys - "End of the Line"
Beyonce feat. Shakira - "Beautiful Liar"
Head East - "Never Been Any Reason"

Reaper16
11-15-2008, 12:36 AM
Another shuffle:

Nargaroth - "Be Dead or Satanic"
Acid Bath - "Dr. Suess is Dead"
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - "Straight Into Darkness"
Fort Minor - "Kenji"
The Lord Weird Slough Feg - "Vagr Moon"
Falconer - "Enter the Glade"
Agalloch - "A Poem by Yeats"
Mos Def & Talib Kweli - "Astronomy (8th Light)"
Camel - "Arubaluba"
Cloudscape - "Darkest Legacy"

Frosty
11-15-2008, 12:59 AM
Buck Owens - "Waitin' In Your Welfare Line"
The Cure - "Happy the Man"
Front Line Assembly - "Consequence"
Missing Persons - "Bad Streets"
Willie Nelson - "Remember Me"
Led Zeppelin - "How Many More Times"
Chely Wright - "It's The Song"
Boxcar - "Comet"
Marty Robbins - "Have Thy Own Way, Lord"
The House Of Love - "Christine"

Reaper16
11-15-2008, 01:32 AM
Dark Moor - "Devil in the Tower"
Overkill - "Rotten to the Core"
Brother Ali - Forest Whitaker"
Arctic Monkeys - "When the Sun Goes Down"
Blind Guardian - "Lost in the Twilight Hall"
Steve Winwood - "I'm Not Drowning"
Katatonia - "My Twin (Opium Dub remix)"
Evergrey - "Broken Wings"
ZZ Top - "Just Got Paid"
Angra - "Waiting Silence"

Frosty
11-15-2008, 01:35 AM
Since I am bored atm, and everyone else is doing a Round 2, here's mine:

Wire - "Mr. Suit" (I love this song - makes me want to get up and pogo)
Newsboys - "Always"
Echo And The Bunnymen - "Thorn Of Crowns"
Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris - "To Know Him Is To Love Him"
Fernando Ortega - "Angel Fire" (great song)
Happy Mondays - "Clap Your Hands"
Billy Swan - "I Can Help"
Kraftwerk - "The Robots"
Front 242 - "Until Death (Us Do Part)
The Call - "Heavy Hand"
Finalcut - "Clean the Machine (did one extra because the Billy Swan song sucks)

Frosty
11-15-2008, 02:25 AM
Eh, one more and then hitting the sack.

The Cure - "Other Voices (Live 81)
Alan Jackson - "Someday"
The Pogues - "Hell's Ditch"
Loretta Lynn - "Story Of My Life"
Joe Diffie - "I Ain't Leavin' 'Til She's Gone"
The Bolshoi - "Rainy Day"
Rosanne Cash - "Beautiful Pain"
Siouxie and the Banshees - "Cascade [Live]"
Barenaked Ladies - "Helicopters"
Thin White Rope - "Dinosaur"

TrickyNicky
11-15-2008, 02:29 AM
Gangstarr - Work
BLH - Walkin' 2 My Funeral
Powerglove - Omnislash
Dru Down - Can You Feel Me?
Sugar Ray - Stand and Deliver
MF Doom ft Mr Fantastic - Rap Snitch Kanishes
Beach Boys - In My Room
Conan The Barbarian Soundtrack - Riddle of Steel
Minibosses - Mega Man 2 Mix
Townes Van Zandt - Dead Flowers

SPATCH
11-15-2008, 02:35 AM
Marques Houston - That Girl
Regina Spektor - Ode to Divorce
Barrington Levy - Here I Come
The Clash - Rudie Can't Fail
Prince - Little Red Corvette
Ugly Duckling - A Little Samba
The Roots - Rhymes and Ammo
Imogen Heap - The Walk
The Decemberists - We Both Go Down Together
The Pharcyde - Ya Mama

This is why u are the shit

TinyEvel
11-15-2008, 02:47 AM
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PBJ

Silock
11-15-2008, 03:43 AM
Weezer - Smile
Tchaikovsky - Panorama (from the Nutcracker Suite)
Smashing Pumpkins - Frail and Bedazzled
Daft Punk - Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger
Shiloh - All Those Things
Three Drives on a Vinyl - Greece 2000
Goo Goo Dolls - Extra Pale
OK Go - Maybe This Time
Led Zeppelin - Thank You
Jay-Z vs Coldplay Mixtape (this is actually quite good)

'Hamas' Jenkins
11-15-2008, 03:52 AM
Love My Way-Psychedelic Furs
Sean Paul-Temperature
Tupac-California Love
The Police-Do do do da da da
The Chemical Brothers- Galvanize
Quiet Riot- Come on Feel The Noise
Frou Frou- Let Go
Billy Joel- We Didn't Start the Fire
Motley Crue- Dr. Feelgood
The Cure-Love Song.


LMAO...I have about every Cure song, and I was about to note I was surprised not one popped up, and lo and behold, #10.

What can I say, I like 80's music.

Oh and for UP...honest to fuck:

#11 was Mercy Drive-Take What's Mine.

Rest of the top 20:

Soft Cell-Tainted Love
The Killers-Andy You're A Star
The Human League-Obsession
Chopin-Ballad in F Minor
The Cure-Boys Don't Cry
Huey Lewis and the News-I Want A New Drug
Dr. Dre and Ice Cube-Natural Born Killaz
Kurt Angle-Medal
Tito and Tarantula-Dark Night

Simply Red
11-15-2008, 07:06 AM
'Hamas', I know that your CD's are my CD's and, uh... I thought about that. You can have'em.

PhillyChiefFan
11-15-2008, 08:13 AM
These Days - Gregg Allman
Rookie - Boy Sets Fire
5th Avenue Heartache - Wallflowers
Thunder Road - Springsteen
Dyer Maker - Led Zeppelin
Questions - TechN9Ne
Party All the Time - Eddie Murphy (kidding)
Soulshine - Allman Brothers
Rise Above This - Seether
From Yesterday - 30 Seconds to Mars
That's Life - Sinatra
God Called In Sick Today - AFI

PhillyChiefFan
11-15-2008, 08:23 AM
2nd Round

Comfortably Numb - Pink Floyd
Midnight in Montgomery - Alan Jackson
Whatever You Like - T.I.
Du Hast - Rammstein
Wheelz of Steel - Outkast
Man In Black - Johnny Cash
Listen to the Music - Doobie Brothers
Mud on the Tires - Brad Paisley
Rise from the Ashes - Quietdrive
Mr. Tambourine Man - The Byrds

KCUnited
11-15-2008, 08:28 AM
Queens of the Stone Age - Misfit Love
Youth of Today - Keep It Up
The Haunted - God Puppet
No Warning - Leech
Bad Religion - Grains of Wrath
Warbringer - Instruments of Torture
One Nation Under - Everything To Lose
Gadget - Tristessens Fort
Strife - Am I The Only One
Kings of Leon - Dusty

Baby Lee
11-15-2008, 08:33 AM
Mark O'Connor's Hot Swing Trio - Limehouse Blues
Elvis Costello - Radio Radio
Hole - Doll Parts
Jane's Addiction - No One's Leaving
Beastie Boys - Bodhisattva Vow
Belly - Gepetto
Elton John - Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me
Radiohead - Anyone Can Play Guitar
Scissor Sisters - Comfortably Numb
The Cure - Close To Me [Closet Remix]

ExtremeChief
11-15-2008, 08:43 AM
My home PC crashed and I lost all of my music so I've been in the process of reburning it all to itunes. Here's my shuffle:

1. My City Was Gone - The Pretenders
2. One Thing Leads to Another -The Fixx
3. Talking in Your Sleep - The Romantics
4. Lunatic Fringe - Red Rider
5. Everybody Wants You -Billy Squier
6. Harden my Heart -Quarterflash
7. Orange Crush -REM
8. Heart and Soul -Huey Lewis and the News
9. Down to the Waterline - Dire Straits
10. The Finer Things - Steve Winwood

ExtremeChief
11-15-2008, 08:45 AM
Ha. Here is an old one. Any of you KC guys remember these guys from the Hurricane or Kiki's?

Bon Ton Soul Accordian Band - Dirt Muffin

patteeu
11-15-2008, 08:53 AM
Genesis - Fading Lights
Martina McBride - Two More Bottles of Wine
Led Zeppelin - The Rover
Heart - High Time
Candi Staton - Young Hearts Run Free
Scorpions - Love Drive
Arrested Development - Mr. Wendal
Bad Religion - Million Days
Kingston Trio - Tom Dooley
ABBA - Under Attack

burt
11-15-2008, 10:36 AM
Doing this thread on a Friday night? I believe you need to have a better social life!

Chiefless
11-15-2008, 11:01 AM
Muddy : Creed, Helios (Colors Of Light)
That Old Black Magic : Frank Sinatra (The Voice)
Watch Your Step : Ted Hawkins (The Unstoppable)
Hang 'Em High : Van Halen (Diver Down)
Standing In The Rain : Hüsker Dü (Warehouse: Songs And Stories)
A Joyful Process [45 Version] : Funkadelic (America Eats Its Young)
Your Feeling Is Mine : Buddy Miles (Them Changes)
The Writ : Black Sabbath (Sabotage)
Angel Eyes (Angel Eyes) : Willie Nelson (Honeysuckle Rose Soundtrack)
Little Dolls : Ozzy Osbourne(Diary Of A Madman)

Nzoner
11-15-2008, 11:07 AM
Doing this thread on a Friday night? I believe you need to have a better social life!

heh,major deadline this week,so I went to the bar early for a few with some friends grabbed a bite and headed home to chill.

Nzoner
11-15-2008, 11:11 AM
Steve Winwood - "I'm Not Drowning"


That whole new album is :thumb:

Nzoner
11-15-2008, 11:19 AM
Might as well try another

Hey Bo Diddley-Bo Diddley

Planet Of Women-ZZ Top

Can't Get This Stuff No More-Van Halen

Wild West Hero-Electric Light Orchestra

A Change Would do You Good-Sheryl Crow

Wear Your Love Like heaven-Donovan

You Think You Got it Made-Steve Walsh

Angels Of The silences-Counting Crows

Dolly Dagger-Jimi Hendrix

Jumble Jumble-The White stripes

Reaper16
11-15-2008, 01:06 PM
That whole new album is :thumb:
Agreed. I wish I could have the audio from when he played the title track this summer (opening for Petty at Sprint Center). He played the absolute Hell out of the guitar on that one.

Reaper16
11-15-2008, 01:17 PM
Let's do the top 20:

Kamelot - "The Haunting (Somewhere In Time)"

Camel - "Lunar Sea"

Pam Tillis - "Maybe It Was Memphis"

Sublime - "April 29, 1992"

Symphony X - "Evolution (The Grand Design)"

Lost Horizon - "Cry of a Restless Soul"

Bob Dylan - "Spirit on the Water"

Buckethead - "Spokes on the Wheel of Torment"

Saul Williams - "Grippo"

Sigh - "Corpsecry-Angelfall"

Kamelot - "The Shadow of Uther"

Atheist - "On The Slay"

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - "Cold Wind"

Blind Guardian - "I'm Alive"

Pain of Salvation - "Oblivion Ocean"

Kreator - "Hidden Dictator"

Pink Floyd - "A Pillow of Winds"

After Forever - "Imperfect Tenses"

Jay-Z - "Ignorant Shit"

Cage - "Christhammer"

PinkFloyd
11-15-2008, 01:27 PM
Stairway To Heaven - Zep
Learning Too Fly - Floyd

PinkFloyd
11-15-2008, 01:28 PM
Oppppps.. I hit enter too soon... Sorry... hold on...

PinkFloyd
11-15-2008, 01:36 PM
Stairway To Heaven - Zep
Learning To Fly - Floyd
It's Been Awhile - Staind
The World I Know - Collective Soul
Shine - Collective soul
Glycerine - Bush
Far behind - CandleBox
Thunderstruck - AC/DC
Zombie - Cranberries (Sorry. Wasn't Me..)
Turn The page - Bob Segar

Darth CarlSatan
11-15-2008, 01:57 PM
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PBJ


CHASE MY PITCH-A, SMACK MY BITCH UP!

:fire::toast:

Darth CarlSatan
11-15-2008, 02:05 PM
MP3 Shuffle SAYS!!!:

1. Next Time-Rollins Band
2. Grandma Dynamite-24/7 Spyz.
3. Chapter 9: Higher Education-"I Am America and So Can You"-Colbert.
4. Breathe-Prodigy
5. Love Will Tear Us Apart-Joy Division.
6. Throw Down-Dirty Rig.
7. Labyrinth-Killing Joke.
8. We Could Be Together-Loudness.
9. Whores-Janes Addiction.
10. See You In Your Dreams-KISS.

Brock
11-15-2008, 02:07 PM
Planet Caravan - Black Sabbath
Try Not to Breathe - REM
Whiskey in the Jar - Thin Lizzy
Subdivisions - Rush
Glycerine - Bush
Don't Cry - Guns n Roses
Head Over Heels - Tears for Fears
Big Log - Robert Plant
What's Going On - Marvin Gaye
High Head Blues - Black Crowes

Silock
11-15-2008, 02:11 PM
The Verve Pipe - She Loves Everybody

Cake - I Will Survive

Duncan Sheik - In Between

Snoop Dogg - Fuck Em

Dave Matthews Band - Rhyme & Reason

Timbaland - Say Yes

Whitesnake - Here I Go Again

Smashing Pumpkins - Marquis in Spades

Shine Down - I Dare You

Darth CarlSatan
11-15-2008, 02:32 PM
Ha. Here is an old one. Any of you KC guys remember these guys from the Hurricane or Kiki's?

Bon Ton Soul Accordian Band - Dirt Muffin

"Camel Toe"; live at the 'Morton Downey Jr. Show' comes to Kansas City.

Darth CarlSatan
11-15-2008, 02:46 PM
Planet Caravan - Black Sabbath
Try Not to Breathe - REM
Whiskey in the Jar - Thin Lizzy
Subdivisions - Rush
Glycerine - Bush
Don't Cry - Guns n Roses
Head Over Heels - Tears for Fears
Big Log - Robert Plant
What's Going On - Marvin Gaye
High Head Blues - Black Crowes

Ok; I gotta' ask; who IS THAT in your avatar? He looks like a cross between Harvey Keitel and "Beaker" from the muppet show.

Stanley Nickels
11-15-2008, 03:00 PM
Ok; I gotta' ask; who IS THAT in your avatar? He looks like a cross between Harvey Keitel and "Beaker" from the muppet show.

It's British actor Alan Ford, in the movie Snatch. He plays mob/gambling boss Brick Top

Darth CarlSatan
11-15-2008, 03:06 PM
It's British actor Alan Ford, in the movie Snatch. He plays mob/gambling boss Brick Top

Duly noted; thank you.

Spicy McHaggis
11-15-2008, 03:35 PM
King of Carrot Flowers - Neutral Milk Hotel
Legal Dub - Sublime
I Turn My Camera On - Spoon
Madeleine and Nine - Mike Doughty
Slow Motion Riot - 98 Mute
Death and All His Friends - Coldplay
The Jessica Numbers - The New Pornographers
The Stone - Dave Matthews Band
Barroom Hero - Dropkick Murphys
So Far I Have Not Found the Science - Soulcoughing

beach tribe
11-15-2008, 03:44 PM
Guns n roses-catcher in the rye
Black label society-spoke in the wheel
finch-what it is to burn
breaking benjamin-until the end
Corey smith-the basement
red hot chili peppers-turn it again
guns n roses-better
alice in chains-rain when i die
cross fade-drown you out
Isaac hayes-walk on bye

Third Eye
11-15-2008, 03:46 PM
Why not?

We Care A Lot- Faith No More
Lucky- Radiohead
Natural Science- Rush
Embryo- Pink Floyd
Little Rabbit- Yonder Mountain String Band
Right in Two- TOOL
Didn't Really Try- Fu Manchu
Castle of the Damned- Nine Inch Nails
The Lovecats- The Cure
Sledgehammer- Peter Gabriel

beach tribe
11-15-2008, 03:46 PM
Duly noted; thank you.

Have you not ever seen that movie? If not you should...immediately.

Darth CarlSatan
11-15-2008, 03:48 PM
Have you not ever seen that movie? If not you should...immediately.

I'm a 'Clockwork Orange' kind of guy; would I still like said movie?

JuicesFlowing
11-15-2008, 03:49 PM
Lucky- Radiohead



Nice. One of their best.

beach tribe
11-15-2008, 03:52 PM
I'm a 'Clockwork Orange' kind of guy; would I still like said movie?

Absolutely. Righty Right Right.

Darth CarlSatan
11-15-2008, 03:54 PM
Round Two Shuffle SAYS!!!:

1.Hollow Man-The Cult.
2.Up The Beach-Janes Addiction.
3.We Die Young-AIC.
4.Generation Graveyard-Warrior Soul.
5.Charlie's Out Of Prison-Warrior Soul.
6.Pandemonium-Killing Joke.
7.Burned Beyond Recognition-Rollins Band.
8.Party Up-DMX.
9.Diesel Power-Prodigy.
10.Shakedown-Thee Hypnotics.

beach tribe
11-15-2008, 03:56 PM
If you guys have not heard Axl's new Guns n roses, I highly recommend it. It has been a huge surprise to me because I though it was going to suck. I was wrong.

I highly recommend the songs:

Better
Catcher in the rye
This I love
There was a time

and there are others. Some are crappy industrial songs, but the majority is some of the best new rock I've heard in ages. They hve Guitar work by NIN'n Robin Finck, and Queen's Brian May. Good stuff.

Darth CarlSatan
11-15-2008, 03:57 PM
Absolutely. Righty Right Right.

:toast:

"Come and get one in the yarbles"!:evil::evil::evil::evil::evil::evil:

Darth CarlSatan
11-15-2008, 03:59 PM
If you guys have not heard Axl's new Guns n roses, I highly recommend it. It has been a huge surprise to me because I though it was going to suck. I was wrong.

I highly recommend the songs:

Better
Catcher in the rye
This I love
There was a time

and there are others. Some are crappy industrial songs, but the majority is some of the best new rock I've heard in ages. They hve Guitar work by NIN'n Robin Finck, and Queen's Brian May. Good stuff.

I shall Limewire at once!

Now, if we could just get the 'Sisters' to get off of their lazy English arses...

|Zach|
11-15-2008, 04:04 PM
Psycho Killer - Talking Heads
Soft Machine - The Slip
Distractions - Sia
Radio #1 - Air
Ashes - Pepper
Tiny Birds - Yo La Tengo
Common People - William Shatner
Love Bomb - N.E.R.D.
Gasoline - Karate
Carolina - Josh Rouse

beach tribe
11-15-2008, 04:09 PM
I shall Limewire at once!

Now, if we could just get the 'Sisters' to get off of their lazy English arses...

Problem is you can't really get some of the good ones off limewire. You can get better, and couple others, but the album come out on the 23rd, and then they will all be available. Axl's kept a pretty tight wrap on most of the songs.

Frosty
11-16-2008, 01:03 AM
Psycho Killer - Talking Heads
Soft Machine - The Slip
Distractions - Sia
Radio #1 - Air
Ashes - Pepper
Tiny Birds - Yo La Tengo
Common People - William Shatner
Love Bomb - N.E.R.D.
Gasoline - Karate
Carolina - Josh Rouse

Uh - what? :spock:

Darth CarlSatan
11-16-2008, 01:06 AM
Problem is you can't really get some of the good ones off limewire. You can get better, and couple others, but the album come out on the 23rd, and then they will all be available. Axl's kept a pretty tight wrap on most of the songs.

No man; I got 14 songs, including the ones you listed.

|Zach|
11-16-2008, 01:30 AM
Uh - what? :spock:

I know its weird...but Shatner did an album called "Has Been"

It is really good. Did songs with Ben Folds, Joe Jackson, Henry Rollins...

Review via Pitchfork Media (http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/article/record_review/22313-william-shatner-has-been)

Unlikely as it may seem, William Shatner might be the ultimate icon for Generation Irony. At a regal and self-deprecating 73 years old, the actor has had plenty of time to marinate in his own persona. Shatner established his ironclad, overblown style as the heroic interplanetary paramour Captain James T. Kirk on the short-lived 1960s TV series "Star Trek". His placement in syndication purgatory and the pop culture zeitgeist of the latter half of the 20th century was reinforced by his turn beside the impossibly-hot-for-a-cop Heather Locklear in the equally short-lived "T.J. Hooker".

His recording career is lesser-known. In 1968, Shatner made The Transformed Man, a surreal, comical work that placed ridiculous readings of pop hits ("Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds", "Mr. Tambourine Man") alongside recitations of selected Shakespeare passages. Despite Shatner's serious intentions, the album was received as pure kitsch, and the cover songs ended up on a 1988 Rhino novelty comp called Golden Throats: The Great Celebrity Sing-Off!

A few years ago, Shatner the Singer resurfaced on "In Love", an intriguing, well-received cut from Ben Folds' Fear of Pop project. Folds enlisted Shatner based on his childhood fascination with The Transformed Man, and the two began a friendship that has now culminated with Has Been, a collection of 11, um, pieces-- spoken word vignettes, theatrical readings, droll musings-- so out of leftfield that any discussion of the album will necessarily stray from the field of music criticism and into pop culture analysis. While this humble music publication is hardly the platform to debate the merits and impact of irony in modern art, I will say that I'm glad that Shatner decided to make this music now. It's so confusing, enthralling, sincere, profound, and trite that it's nothing short of a mirror to society's own incongruities. Which, really, is quite an achievement.

Folds' easygoing way with thematic contradiction-- smug sincerity, for one example; nerd chic for another-- makes him the ideal musical foil for Shatner's full-frontal Shatnerizing (it's a word, google it). Whether you know him from his early work, his hammy Priceline TV spots, or his recent tour de force as legal eagle Denny Crane on "The Practice" and its spinoff "Boston Legal", you know what I'm talking about. William Shatner's histrionic. Verbal. Cadence is the stuff of. Legend and. Many. A comedy routine. And fortunately, he never deigns himself to sing. But it's the fact that he's in on the joke these days that elevates him to some kind of groundbreaking standard-bearer of self-aware irony and innate honesty.

Can those two elements co-exist? Remarkably, they do on Has Been-- even after multiple listens. For an album I approached ready to shrug off as sheer novelty, its humor and candor give it a fair amount of staying power. Turn up the burlesque swing of "Ideal Woman" or the title track's goofy spaghetti western rant at a party and watch the room go silent. Shatner's voice is naturally magnetic, lending alternating gravitas and levity; his delivery is that of an accomplished actor, so with only a slight deviation of emphasis he can shift from bombastic to sullen.

But bombast is what he does best. His power-pop cover of Pulp's "Common People" has Joe Jackson going grandiose with Shatner and a chorus with upwards of 60 vocalists. His duet with Henry Rollins on "I Can't Get Behind That" is pure raging comedy set over abstract guitar screams from King Crimson's Adrian Belew, and his riff on mortality on the jazzy "You'll Have Time" is plainly hilarious. "That's Me Trying" might sum up the work best, with Folds' plaintive piano matched with acoustic guitar as Shatner tells a story of a deadbeat dad trying to make good. The song was written by High Fidelity and About a Boy novelist Nick Hornby, and stays aloof and alluring with convoluted pathos and inadvertent wit.

However, when Shatner dips into the saccharine jar, things don't fare as well. "It Hasn't Happened Yet" is maudlin and dull, and the tragic story of "What Have You Done?" is too depressing to belong on an otherwise lighthearted album. Still, there's a great amount of range here, both musically and lyrically, and Folds and Shatner take it all in stride. Weird, I know, but it works.

asdf
11-16-2008, 03:16 AM
I'll Just Pick - Dixie Dregs
In Paradisum - Sarah Brightman
Nothin' Like Tomorrow - Supreme Beings of Leisure
Strutter - Kiss
Day-O - Harry Bellafonte
Santa Claus and His Old Lady - Cheech & Chong
Childhood's End - Kiss
Hey Mr. Writer - Graham Central Station
Go All the Way - The Raspberries
Nasty Dogs and Funky Kings - ZZ Top

Darth CarlSatan
11-16-2008, 03:38 AM
I'll Just Pick - Dixie Dregs
In Paradisum - Sarah Brightman
Nothin' Like Tomorrow - Supreme Beings of Leisure
Strutter - Kiss
Day-O - Harry Bellafonte
Santa Claus and His Old Lady - Cheech & Chong
Childhood's End - Kiss
Hey Mr. Writer - Graham Central Station
Go All the Way - The Raspberries
Nasty Dogs and Funky Kings - ZZ Top

http://i304.photobucket.com/albums/nn182/lightbringerrr/ALIVE2.jpg

WOO-HOO!!!!
:toast:

Darth CarlSatan
11-16-2008, 04:01 AM
If you guys have not heard Axl's new Guns n roses, I highly recommend it. It has been a huge surprise to me because I though it was going to suck. I was wrong.

I highly recommend the songs:

Better
Catcher in the rye
This I love
There was a time

and there are others. Some are crappy industrial songs, but the majority is some of the best new rock I've heard in ages. They hve Guitar work by NIN'n Robin Finck, and Queen's Brian May. Good stuff.

His voice has changed a lot; he's not doing the falsetto stuff as much, and when he goes to the lower octaves, it sounds nothing like, let's say, "It's so easy".
I've put the tunes in to shuffle, because I don't think this something you want to get hit with all at once.
I hope the tunes stack up and are cool, but if not it's okay because Dirty Rig pretty much released the best Rock record of the decade. And if you haven't heard it, pick it up or order it; it's worth every penny.
The opening track will have you ready to just blow shit up.
:toast:

ROYC75
11-16-2008, 10:47 AM
Live Bullet - Seger
Cara Mia - Jay & The Americans
Suite Madame Blue - Styx
Guitar Man - Bread
Poke Salad Anne - Tony Joe White
Time Marches On - Tracy Lawrence
Sweet Child of Mine - Guns & Roses
Neither One of Us - Gladys Knight
Abacab - Genesis
Papa Loved Mama - Garth Brooks

beach tribe
11-16-2008, 11:01 AM
His voice has changed a lot; he's not doing the falsetto stuff as much, and when he goes to the lower octaves, it sounds nothing like, let's say, "It's so easy".
I've put the tunes in to shuffle, because I don't think this something you want to get hit with all at once.
I hope the tunes stack up and are cool, but if not it's okay because Dirty Rig pretty much released the best Rock record of the decade. And if you haven't heard it, pick it up or order it; it's worth every penny.
The opening track will have you ready to just blow shit up.
:toast:

Cool. Those tracks that you downloaded off of Limewire are not the fianl versions of the songs. They are leaked recordings of the songs. Supposedly they have changed them quite a bit.

Direckshun
11-17-2008, 11:06 AM
1. Bob Dylan - "North Country Blues"

One of the more brilliant tracks from The Times They Are A-Changin'. A simple, stark dissection of a family suffering from a layoff at the coal mine.

2. Orbital - "Know Where To Run"

Middle of Nowhere was a twilight album for Orbital, but this was one of the more enduring pieces from it. An aggressive staticy mess that devolves into deep beats, it's an Orbital favorite.

3. The Beatles - "Savoy Truffle"

Honestly, another trippy gem from the totally drugged-out Beatles era, a groovy track that sounds like they were just really hungry when they wrote it.

4. The Righteous Brothers - "Bring Your Love To Me"

Whatever happened to the Temptations-like boy bands? Are they really that outdated? Am I really that gay?

5. Tom Waits - "In The Neighborhood"

A sentimental-albeit-goofy track from Swordfishtrombones, delivered with the backing of a marching band. Why not.

6. John Legend - "Let's Get Lifted"

I was disappointed with Lifted. He needs to abandon hip hop and stick with the piano solo thing. This isn't all that bad, it's just not the trancedant stuff he does when it's just him and the piano.

7. The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - "Will The Circle Be Unbroken"

Souful bluegrass is a part of all of us here in flyover country, isn't it? Sentimental hummer about somebody's mother passing.

8. DJ Wally - "Out of the Blue"

Spacey jazz tune, really light on the instrumentation, with echoed beats from Jupiter radio'd in.

9. Robert Randolph & the Family Band - "Calypso"

This is why I really liked RR when he first came out. His band had chops and they could play a wide range of styles. This is a rock/lounge hybrid that's a bit too heavy on the organ.

10. Alison Krauss & Union Station - "I'm Alone Again"

It doesn't sound so bad being abandoned when you've got a bluegrass soundtrack this sweet.

Nzoner
11-17-2008, 02:41 PM
Live Bullet - Seger


I didn't know there was such a song

Jilly
11-18-2008, 10:14 AM
Sin Wagon - Dixie Chicks
Sweet Baby James - James Taylor
Tiny Dancer - Elton John
Two AM Lovestruck - Blue October
Sitting, Waiting, Wishing - Jack Johnson
Back to Me - Kathleen Edwards
College Life - Pat Greene
Elephant Love Medley - Moulin Rouge
Maneater - Nelly Furtado
You Had Me - Joss Stone

KCCHIEFS27
11-18-2008, 11:04 AM
Don't Stop Me Now- Queen
Can't Stop a Man- Beres Hammond
Swang on 'em- Bun.B w/Lupe Fiasco
Streets Gon' Love Me- Hell Rell
Walk On By- Isaac Hayes
Cocaine Blues- Johnny Cash
Blueberry Hill- Fats Domino
Hit a Hata- Young Buck w/Rich Boy
The Tracks of my Tears- Smokey Robinson
Lacville '79- Devin The Dude

ROYC75
11-18-2008, 11:49 AM
I didn't know there was such a song

There isn't, it's the album, it came up. Probably my favorite of all time .

Nzoner
11-18-2008, 11:55 AM
There isn't, it's the album, it came up. Probably my favorite of all time .

I knew that just breaking your balls,and I do love that project as well especially Heavy Music

ROYC75
11-18-2008, 12:00 PM
I knew that just breaking your balls,and I do love that project as well especially Heavy Music

I like the Let it Rock segment.....Get out of Denver, shit the whole thing. Now I have to bring it up and listen to it.

NewChief
11-18-2008, 09:21 PM
"Peaceful Valley" by Ryan Adams
"American English" by Idlewild
"The Gash" by the Flaming Lips
"Blue Clouds" by Mercury Rev (off a Daniel Johnson tribute album)
"Hot Thing" by Talib Kweli
"Sweethearts on Parade" by M. Ward
"Lip Gloss" by Lil Mama
"Dark as the Dungeon" by Johnny Cash
"What is the Light" by Flaming Lips
"Chrysanthemum Flowers" by MF Doom

Portlantis
11-18-2008, 09:32 PM
"Fingertips 13," They Might be Giants
"Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground," The White Stripes
"Canceled Check," Beck
"Positive Tension," Bloc Party
"In Limbo," Radiohead
"Powerman," The Kinks
"Demons," Super Furry Animals
"Tennessee Flat Top Box," Johnny Cash
"Positive Contact," Del Tha Funkee Homosapien
"Dr. Doom," 13th Floor Elevators

KcMizzou
11-18-2008, 09:46 PM
If you guys have not heard Axl's new Guns n roses, I highly recommend it. It has been a huge surprise to me because I though it was going to suck. I was wrong.

I highly recommend the songs:

Better
Catcher in the rye
This I love
There was a time

and there are others. Some are crappy industrial songs, but the majority is some of the best new rock I've heard in ages. They hve Guitar work by NIN'n Robin Finck, and Queen's Brian May. Good stuff.Holy shit. It sounds a lot better than I expected.

Thig Lyfe
11-18-2008, 09:47 PM
"I Tell A Story About Birth Control and Deal With a Retarded Heckler" - Patton Oswalt
"In The Car" - Barenaked Ladies
"Business Time" - Flight of the Conchords
"Bust" - Outkast
"Eight Miles High" - Regina Spektor
"Mansard Roof" - Vampire Weekend
"If You're Into It" - Flight of the Conchords
"It's Still Rock And Roll To Me" - Billy Joel
"Slum Beautiful" - Outkast
"There, There, My Dear" - Dexys Midnight Runners

ROCK ON

Direckshun
11-19-2008, 07:04 PM
brb

Direckshun
11-19-2008, 07:16 PM
1. Mars Volta - "Cassandra Geminni - A. Tarantism"

Mars Volta tracks are really their most powerful when played in the context of the album, so it robs "Cassandra" of most of its proggy power. This track wanders around towards the end but for most of it this is a fascinating listen.

2. Drums & Tuba - "Flatheads & Spoonies"

As much as I love a good tuba instrumental, this song suffers from a lazy, repetitive melody and some genuinely poor tuba playing.

3. Pat Benatar - "Hell Is For Children"

I still haven't the slightest idea what Pat's trying to say here. Some kids have it rough? All with an overwrought 80s guitar solo.

4. Bonnie Raitt - "I Know"

Pretty standard meandering about a woman wagging her finger at her poor choice of men. Nice trumpet solo.

5. The Rascals - "A Beautiful Morning"

Total Sunday afternoon classic. Ahhhhhhhhhhhh....

6. Beck - "Cellphone's Dead"

Everybody's forgotten about this guy, but The Information was as good an album as he's put out in years. This trippy dork rap is the natural progression for him.

7. Rosanne Cash - "Mirror Image"

Cash is alright, particularly because she's sincere about her craft. I just have trouble identifying with her folksy tremblings on eyes and trees.

8. Zebrahead - "Get Back"

Remember when 90's rock tried different shit? This is probably one of the top five best rap rock songs that came out of that doomed decade.

9. Indigo Girls - "Power Of Two"

I know, I know. Turn in my man card. But 1200 Curfews is one of my favorite live albums ever. Great personal rendering of their recorded music -- especially this track. "Multiply life by the power of two" -- great stuff.

10. anonymous - "Reminiscing at Twilight"

Great stripped-down, piano version of "Reminiscing" off a Piano Therapy album packed with that kinda stuff.

KCChiefsMan
11-19-2008, 07:31 PM
Collective Soul - Shine
Cracker - Low
Supertramp - Goodbye Stranger
Alice in Chains - Down in a hole
Stone Temple Pilots - Interstate love song
Flight of the Conchords - Ladies of the world
The Verve - Lucky man
Ram Jam - black betty
Pearl Jam - Yellow Ledbetter
Local H - Bound to the floor

StcChief
11-21-2008, 09:03 PM
Slipstream - Jethro Tull
Dig A Pony - The Beatles
Borrowed Time - John Lennon :hmmm:
Hit The Highway - John Mayall BluesBreakers
Run Straight Down - Warren Zevon
One Chain (Don't make no prisoners) - Santana
One of the Few - Pink Floyd
No More Mr.Nice Guy - Alice Cooper
I'm Steppin' Out - John Lennon :hmmm:
Close To You - Stevie Ray Vaughan
Jumpin' At The Woodside - Various Artists Best of Ken Burns Jazz
K - Charlie Parker
Rock 'n Roll Suicide - David Bowie
Nobody - Three Dog Night
When The Deal Goes Down - Bob Dylan
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Wondering about unrated picks by Itunes with John Lennon....only have 1 GH LP.....

Darth CarlSatan
11-21-2008, 09:14 PM
Holy shit. It sounds a lot better than I expected.

Yeah; 'Catcher In The Rye' is pretty bad ass.

Darth CarlSatan
11-21-2008, 09:34 PM
Random Shuffle SAYS!!!:

"Rhiad and the Bedouins" - Guns and Roses.

"Frail and Bedazzled" - Smashing Pumpkins

"Naked City" - KISS

"Breaking Up A Heart Of Stone" - Bang Tango

"New Level"( Live ) - Pantera

"Madagascar" - Guns and Roses

"God Damn The Sun" - Swans

"Talk To Me" - KISS

"I'm In Need Of Love" - Ace Frehley 78' Solo

"Hot Porno Star" - Dirty Rig

T-post Tom
11-21-2008, 10:59 PM
1. Bob Dylan - "North Country Blues"

One of the more brilliant tracks from The Times They Are A-Changin'. A simple, stark dissection of a family suffering from a layoff at the coal mine.

2. Orbital - "Know Where To Run"

Middle of Nowhere was a twilight album for Orbital, but this was one of the more enduring pieces from it. An aggressive staticy mess that devolves into deep beats, it's an Orbital favorite.

3. The Beatles - "Savoy Truffle"

Honestly, another trippy gem from the totally drugged-out Beatles era, a groovy track that sounds like they were just really hungry when they wrote it.

4. The Righteous Brothers - "Bring Your Love To Me"

Whatever happened to the Temptations-like boy bands? Are they really that outdated? Am I really that gay?

5. Tom Waits - "In The Neighborhood"

A sentimental-albeit-goofy track from Swordfishtrombones, delivered with the backing of a marching band. Why not.

6. John Legend - "Let's Get Lifted"

I was disappointed with Lifted. He needs to abandon hip hop and stick with the piano solo thing. This isn't all that bad, it's just not the trancedant stuff he does when it's just him and the piano.

7. The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - "Will The Circle Be Unbroken"

Souful bluegrass is a part of all of us here in flyover country, isn't it? Sentimental hummer about somebody's mother passing.

8. DJ Wally - "Out of the Blue"

Spacey jazz tune, really light on the instrumentation, with echoed beats from Jupiter radio'd in.

9. Robert Randolph & the Family Band - "Calypso"

This is why I really liked RR when he first came out. His band had chops and they could play a wide range of styles. This is a rock/lounge hybrid that's a bit too heavy on the organ.

10. Alison Krauss & Union Station - "I'm Alone Again"

It doesn't sound so bad being abandoned when you've got a bluegrass soundtrack this sweet.

Dude, I'm cancelling my subscription to Rolling Stone. Why pay for that when I can read your posts for free? :)