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WildWitch
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29/04/2008 8:20 pm  

I'd like to know what kind of music is enjoyed by my fellow Thelemites. What's in your CD player now? Here's what's in mine:

Marilyn Manson: Holy Wood
Black Sabbath: Master of Reality
Lacuna Coil: Comalies
Type O Negative: Bloody Kisses
The Misfits: Collection 1

You?


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Walterfive
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29/04/2008 8:32 pm  

Well, this is what I have at work with me this week:

Tiny Tim live, Sept. 5, 1982 Sydney Opera House,

Euphoria! The Best of Dr. West's Medicine Show & Junk Band and

Walking Into Budapest: Jimmy Page & Robert Plant live, Budapest Sportshalle, 23 Feb. 1998

(Nice on the classic Black Sabbath!)


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 Anonymous
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29/04/2008 8:36 pm  
"WildWitch" wrote:
I'd like to know what kind of music is enjoyed by my fellow Thelemites. What's in your CD player now? Here's what's in mine:

Marilyn Manson: Holy Wood
Black Sabbath: Master of Reality
Lacuna Coil: Comalies
Type O Negative: Bloody Kisses
The Misfits: Collection 1

You?

Nice one 😉
Now I am enjoying The Neverending Story by Klaus Doldinger and Giorgio Moroder. Except this we like anything by Diane Arkenstone, Solar Fields, Alpha Wave Movement, Nusrat Ali Fateh Khan, Krishna Das, Nitin Sawhney and so on - ambient, chill out, new age, ethno... Pretty different kind of music than yours 😉


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 Anonymous
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29/04/2008 9:27 pm  

Coil - The New Backwards
FM Einheit - Stein
Halou - Wiser
Afghan Whigs - Black Love
Drive-By Truckers - Brighter Than Creation's Dark

Yep, I'm a bit mixed-up...


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warriormonk93
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29/04/2008 9:30 pm  

93!
John Scofield: This Meets That
Miles Davis: The Complete Jack Johnson & The Complete On The Corner Box sets
Butterfield Blues Band: East West
Eric Clapton: Crossroads Guitar Festival Volume 1 (DVD)
Amy Winehouse: I Told You I Was Trouble (DVD)
These are all just bought within the last two weeks... I Love music and have thousands of jazz, rock, classical, world.....
93, 93/93.


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Ronin635
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29/04/2008 9:32 pm  

Wu-Tang Clan Mix-Tape
Who's afraid of the Art of Noise
The new Portishead


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 Anonymous
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29/04/2008 10:10 pm  

Coil: The Ape Of Naples
Death in June:Compilation
Cornelius:Point
Peeping Tom:Mike Pattons wonderful side project
Jesus Lizard:Down
How I miss John Balance......Between him and Andrew Chumbley we have lost so much in the last 5 years.......I digress...


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 Anonymous
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29/04/2008 10:51 pm  

Right this moment... Stimmung (Paris version) by Stockhausen.

Before that... an album of Peter Warlock songs...

Before that... an album of 17th century viol music(k)

All this while I work at the PC and cook a veggie curry this evening.

Later, I hope to finish a bottle of merlot whilst relaxing with Tangerine Dream.

Needless to say... I live alone.


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Walterfive
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29/04/2008 11:04 pm  

Mmmmm! Veggie curry! 😉


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spike418
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29/04/2008 11:11 pm  

Philip Glass, Napalm Death, John Cale, New Order, The Who, Neil Diamond, Sex Pistols, Pink Fairies and Townes van Zandt.

And thats the bloody troublewith using the Tarot to choose the playlist......


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Tiger
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29/04/2008 11:23 pm  

Right now I've been getting into

Dead Prez

Love Music !


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 Anonymous
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30/04/2008 12:34 am  

the new black dog album, radio scarecrow, is amazing.


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 Anonymous
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30/04/2008 12:45 am  

Because the world has become almost as strange as I always hoped it would, I've recently disregarded the CD player in favour of MP3s listened to on my telephone. Kind people give me enormous quantities of music from their own collections on DVD, and I put it onto a memory chip the size of a dolly's fingernail inside my mobile. Is that weird? It's terrifyingly weird when you think about it; when I was a teenager the best you could do was record a vinyl album onto cassette tape for your mates, and in real time too. Nowadays we can all get educated much more quickly and widely about new music (new to us) and at very little cost - this is a very good thing; this is Thelema in action if ever I saw it!

Yesterday I listened to Alternative TV's Vibing up the Senile Man (1979 - one of the greatest albums ever recorded, either genius or idiocy, according to your taste) and early works of Stockhausen (Elektronische Musik 1952-60). Bit of a coincidence there as the gent posting above has been at the Karlheinz too - there can't be a lot of people who listen to Stockhausen for fun, but even if you haven't heard this stuff, you'll recognise the motifs if you're familiar with Coil.

Today, Nico's Desertshore , Joy Division's first album Unknown Pleasures, and Ragnagrok live. Ragnagrok are a recent discovery of mine, connected with and probably featuring Mark Pilkington of Strange Attractor magazine - a curious marriage of electric sitar and noisome synth there, very lush aural textures.

Tomorrow, probably more Nico, and almost certainly Arktos Eos, a rather excellent Finnish group who have a great way with atmospherics. You can Google up any of these you haven't heard of.

I hasten to add that there is no logical or direct connection whatsoever between Thelema and any of this music, although Arktos Eos are an explicitly magical and magically active duo who manage the rare feat of not making themselves look like tits by affirming their allegiance.

Happy listening, groovers!

o


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 Anonymous
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30/04/2008 1:03 am  
"WildWitch" wrote:
What's in your CD player now?

"Matty told Hatty about a thing she saw.
Had two big horns and a wooly jaw.
Wooly bully, wooly bully..."


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 Anonymous
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30/04/2008 1:24 am  

New Portishead 'Third', rather splendid

Closely followed by Beefheart, Strictly Personal

Then: Dr John, Babylon or Sun Moon Herbs

Then: This Mortal Coil, End In Tears or Blood

But then...Gong, Floating Anarchy 1977 ?????

...must be getting late


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 Anonymous
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30/04/2008 5:30 am  

Nine Inch Nails..Radiohead..and A Perfect Circle hmm


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 Anonymous
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30/04/2008 9:31 am  

MOBB DEEP - MURDA MUZIK


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AbulDiz
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30/04/2008 10:40 am  

On my mp3 player:-

Van Halen - 1984
Van Halen - For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge
Exodus - Bonded by Blood
Obituary - Cause of Death
Obituary - Slowly We Rot
Joe Satriani - Flying in a Blue Dream
Lamb of God - Sacrament

93's.


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Bedazzled
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30/04/2008 4:46 pm  

Ys - Joanna Newsom


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 Anonymous
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30/04/2008 6:36 pm  

rn the dead nye 2004 oakland
my people were fair and had sky in their hair,but now they're content to wear stars on their brow-by tyrannasaurus rex,also unicorn,prophets-seers and sages-beard of stars also by t.rex
their satanic majesties request by rolling stones
witchcraft destroys minds and reaps souls by coven
AOXOMOXOA by the deadalso anthem of the sun!
after bathing at baxters by jefferson airplane
quicksilver messenger service
also ravi shankar,miles-john-duke-herbie.etc,slayer,the misfits,sound tribe sector nine,TAARKA,snake oil medicine show,bela fleck,bill monroe,bob marley,toots,steel pulse,piper at the gates of dawn by pink floyd,syd barrett,oh yea and the 13th floor elevators!!


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starla
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30/04/2008 8:06 pm  

Adorable - Footnotes
Guillemots - Red
Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks - Real Emotional Trash


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 Anonymous
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30/04/2008 8:15 pm  

Across the Universe soundtrack
Massacre live in Paris 2008
Tom Waits - Orphans
Shine A Light - The Rolling Stones
Under a Blood Red Sky - Dylan
Alison Krause/Robert Plant new album
John Cage - 4'33"


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Walterfive
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30/04/2008 10:55 pm  
"seajay" wrote:
witchcraft destroys minds and reaps souls by coven

You know their lead singer, Jinx Dawson has just opened the vaults and is releasing the band's first new release in 30 years?


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 Anonymous
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30/04/2008 11:04 pm  

MESHUGGAH OBZEN

- http://www.myspace.com/meshuggah

Fredrik Thordendal's Special Defects

- http://www.myspace.com/fredrikthordendalsspecialdefects

ARCTURUS-Sideshow Symphonies

- http://www.myspace.com/arcturusnorway

Wojciech Kilar

- http://www.myspace.com/wojciechkilar62

ALWAYS SOME TOOL, NAILS THROWN IN THE MIX MAYBE EVEN LITTLE IN SEARCH OF SUNRISE MIX'S BY TIESTO


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 Anonymous
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01/05/2008 4:43 am  

Michael Jackson: Thriller
A Perfect Circle: Mer de Noms
Tool: Lateralus
Radiohead: In Rainbows


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 Anonymous
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02/05/2008 6:48 am  

Tool - Undertow
Tool - Aenima
Tool- Lateralus
Tool - 10,000 Days
A Perfect Circle - Mer de Noms
A Perfect Circle - 13th Step
A Perfect Circle - eMOTIVe
Puscifer - V is for Vagina
Blind Melon - Soup
Black Sabbath - Sabbath Bloody Sabbath

((10-disc Changer))
Not narrow minded hehe just expand on the things I start listening too (I actually have all the Blind Melon and Black Sabbath albums too =P)


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Michael Staley
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02/05/2008 10:48 pm  

Soundtrack of David Lynch's film "Inland Empire".
"Unhalfbricking" by Fairport Convention.
"Hejira" by Joni Mitchell.
Soundtrack of Michael Mann's film "Heat".


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lashtal
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02/05/2008 11:35 pm  
"Walterfive" wrote:
You know their lead singer, Jinx Dawson has just opened the vaults and is releasing the band's first new release in 30 years?

Her MySpace page is one of the LAShTAL Friends - wonderful stuff. 'Blood On The Snow' was one of the first albums I bought and her re-release of it is superb.

Owner and Editor
LAShTAL


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 Anonymous
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03/05/2008 12:47 am  

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

I am currently listening to a mix of Cephalic Carnage songs on iTunes in addition to Nile, King Crimson, Mastodon, Rush, The Art of Noise, Diablo Swing Orchestra, Dio, Nevermore, Violent Dirge, ISIS, and Sepultura.

Love is the law, love under will.

-Horrificus


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 Anonymous
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03/05/2008 2:40 am  

Unless everyone in this thread has a multi-CD changer, they're ALL cheating, since only one CD can be in your player at the time you type some guff into this box.
Nevertheless, I'll join in the lie.....

Four Tet - Ringer
Coil - The New Backwards
The Harp Consort - Les Travailleurs De La Mer
Alela Diane - The Pirates Gospel
Cosey Fanni Tutti and COH - Coh Plays Cosey
Delia Derbyshire - Electrosonic


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FraterNuin
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03/05/2008 3:01 am  

Have a multi-CD changer, but tend to rip the CDs I buy to digital form, as I am writing at the computer a lot and the stereo is in another room.

But..

Fire + Ice - Midwinter Fires
Dead Man's Hill - The Demons of Death
Sephiroth - Cathedron
Sonne Hagal - Jordansfrost


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Palamedes
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03/05/2008 3:01 am  

Okay, my music is lately either on computer or on iPod, not exactly in CD player, and I have been listening lately for the most part these:

Beirut: The Flying Club Cup
Sigur Ros: Heim
David Bowie: The Man Who Sold the World and Diamond Dogs
Rolling Stones: Let it Bleed
The Beatles: White Album
Marconi Union: Distance
Belle and Sebastian: Push Barman to Open Old Wounds
Epic 45: May Your Heart be the Map
Radiohead: In Rainbows


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 Anonymous
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23/05/2008 6:37 am  

I actually had to go look to see what was in my mini system...I find myself listening to Pandora Radio lately. (Pandora.com 'the music genome project')

In the system, (under the dust), I have:

The Rolling Stones: Forty Licks
Antonio Vivaldi: The Four Seasons
Nirvana: Nevermind


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 Anonymous
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23/05/2008 8:51 am  

been listeing to mainly vinyl since i bought a turntable around christmas time.

current fave is terry riley's "shri camel".


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 Anonymous
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23/05/2008 11:20 am  

Capone N Noreaga - The War Report
M.O.P. - First Family 4 Life
Mobb Deep - Murda Muzik
Mobb Deep - Tha Infamous
Scarface - My Balls and My Word


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 Anonymous
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23/05/2008 8:07 pm  

93

CD Player ! So 20th century ! Here goes :

Nine inch Nails - The Slip
Coil - The New Backwards / Ape of Naples
Gothick - Ov Thee Illumination (see gothick.co.uk)
The Waterboys - A Pagan Place
Gillan - Glory Road

93 93/93


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 Anonymous
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24/05/2008 2:39 am  

At the moment am introducing a friend to Count Basie for the first time.

Night in Tunisia
Lullaby of Birdland
Nice and Easy
April in Paris

I first started listening to him after a recommendation by Kenneth Grant in one of the books. Count Basie really has it. Not sure if I can recognise the "Jump Jazz" that Grant refers too. But that dude has got the beats.


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 Anonymous
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24/05/2008 6:34 pm  

Copeland
Death Cab For Cutie
Pucifer
Nightwish
Dragonforce

I have quite an eclectic taste in music


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 Anonymous
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24/05/2008 10:18 pm  

Nightwish: Century Child


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 Anonymous
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15/11/2008 9:39 pm  

Right now I have on my mp3 player:

Behemoth - The Apostasy
Behemoth - Zos Kia Cultus
Black River - Black River
Tori Amos - Boys to Pele
Motorhead - Inferno
NILE - Ithyphalic
Psycroptic - Ob(servant)
Dargaard - Rise and Fall


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 Anonymous
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16/11/2008 1:01 am  

93 folks!

My playlist in addition to the others (some good one's Ive noticed so far being Joni Mitchell's "Hejira" and Miles Davis "The Complete Jack Johnson Sessions") are:

Joy Division - Heart & Soul Box set
John Coltrane - Acension
Anthony Braxton - For Alto
Electric Hellfire Club - Kiss The Goat
Sonny Rollins - A Night At The Village Vanguard


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 Anonymous
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16/11/2008 1:41 am  

VESANIA - symphonic black metal: all albums - Distractive Killusions, God The Lux, Distractive Killusions http://www.myspace.com/godthelu x"> http://www.myspace.com/godthelux

BEHEMOTH - death metal: all albums, but most often I listen to Live At The Arena Ov Aion, The Apostasy, Demigod, Zos Kia Cultus, Thelema.6, Satanica http://www.myspace.com/behemot h"> http://www.myspace.com/behemoth

BLACK RIVER - rock: Black River http://www.myspace.com/blackriverp l"> http://www.myspace.com/blackriverpl

lots of other bands from these genres...


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ozzzz666
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16/11/2008 1:47 am  

No CD player, but I've been on an "Old School" kick lately. Jamming some Morbid Angel, Deicide, Assuck, and also the usual suspects, lots of Chris Cornell, Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, and AC/DC.


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 Anonymous
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16/11/2008 3:34 am  

Right now, unrepentant Prog-Rock afficianado that I am, I am listening to the Supernatural Fairy Tales box set which I just acquired. Other recent CDs are:

Henry Purcell -- King Arthur
Dr. Demento's 20th Anniversary Collection
Tangerine Dream -- Phaedra
Tangerine Dream -- Legend soundtrack


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 Anonymous
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16/11/2008 5:02 pm  

Sonne Hagal - Jordansfrost
DI6 - Rule Of The Thirds
Santa Sangre OST
Current 93 - Thunder Perfect Mind


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 Anonymous
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16/11/2008 5:51 pm  

Cocteau Twins - 'Victorialand'
Miles Davis - 'Agharta'
Boards of Canada - 'The Campfire Headphase'
Nick Drake - 'Pink Moon'
Don Caballero - 'American Don'


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 Anonymous
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16/11/2008 6:35 pm  

A mix of Christmas music, much to Kidneyhawks dismay/horror. 8)

93,
Kym, who is the boss of the boombox despite what he'll say in the next post to this thread.


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Michael Staley
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16/11/2008 7:23 pm  

Soundtrack to the film Inland Empire
Fairport Convention What We Did on our Holidays
Leonard Cohen New Skin for the Old Ceremony
Joni Mitchell Hejira
Bob Dylan Time Out of Mind
Jimi Hendrix Electric Ladyland

Yes, I'm down with the kids in the street.
So fashionable that it hurts, innit?

8)

Joe Cool.


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Ronin635
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16/11/2008 9:40 pm  

Ruthless Bastardz, Too Raw for Radio
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls Soundtrack
The Glorious 9th


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 Anonymous
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16/11/2008 9:47 pm  

Chemical Brothers "We are the Night"
Copeland "You Are My Sunshine"
Death Cab for Cutie "Narrow Stairs"
Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush Live (If you like Jimmy Hendrix you will Love these guys)


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