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Old 11-09-2006, 05:04 PM   #1
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So, yeah, I'm in the need of some new music. It doesn't have to be 'new', just new to me. I have a 40 minute drive to and then from work, so I have time to listen to music, but, after about a week I get a little restless listening to Abbey Road over and over and over and over. Even though I love it, I gotta get some new music.

What's some good stuff out there? I don't like Country, Jazz is okay ,but I can't listen to it while driving--especially at 7AM. I don't like Techno either. I like some rap, mostly the stuff that was out in the mid-to-late-90s though. Like Eazy-E, Snoop Dog(doggy style album), etc. Mostly I'm into rock, metal, some indie, stuff like that. But I'll give anything a try, more-so if it's cheap or free.

The last CDs I bought were:
Trivium - metal
As I lay Dying - 'hard'core(metal or whatever)
Cat Power - 'chick indie guitar'. heh.

I also picked up two of the Decemberists albums. :hi5:

What's everyone been listening to lately? What's your favorite to drive to?

This morning I was listening to Trivium at full-blast on my way to work because I was pissed off.

I've been diggin' on the Police lately. I think Ghost in the Machine is an excellent album with some catchy, riffy bass-lines.

What's your favorite musical instrument? do you play anything?

i'm having a cruddy day and I need to get my mind elsewhere, plus I'd like to score some new music. I'll listen to anything with a good/fun bassline--except country and techno.
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Old 11-09-2006, 05:08 PM   #2
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Fakion (sp) good rock band.
30 seconds to Mars is good...
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Old 11-09-2006, 05:17 PM   #3
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Bob and Mark in the morning, and you should try out iTunes, you can sample the songs before you buy them, they are .99c each, or you can buy entire cd's for $9-$10, and if you dont have an iPod you can burn your own cd's from it.
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Old 11-09-2006, 05:21 PM   #4
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I find alot of new music on Myspace tho I hate to admit.
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Old 11-09-2006, 05:52 PM   #5
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Fakion (sp) good rock band.
30 seconds to Mars is good...

coo', i'll check 'em out if i can.


I'm not going to buy music from iTunes. Yes, I have an iPod. I'd rather just buy the CDs. Generally I don't buy a CD unless I know I'll like it. sometimes i download, then buy, sometimes i borrow, sometimes i make my own.
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Old 11-09-2006, 08:47 PM   #6
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Here's some new stuff that i've found lately:
Rap - Lupe Fiasco
Rock/Punk - Dropkick Murphy's (especially "i'm Shipping up to Boston")
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Old 11-09-2006, 08:55 PM   #7
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I've got the Dropkick Muprhy album that came out a year or two ago.... "Blackout" I think it was called... good album. I'll check out some more of their stuff.
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Old 11-09-2006, 11:03 PM   #8
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In my player right now and don't laugh:
Madonna-Confessions on a Dance Floor
Bob Segar-Greatest Hits
Nickleback-All the Right Reasons
Michael Jackson-Thriller
Avenged Sevenfold
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Old 11-09-2006, 11:20 PM   #9
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Micheal Jackson is your saving grace. Thriller is an awesome album!
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Old 11-09-2006, 11:24 PM   #10
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No use for a name and rise against are both keepers. To find new music go to yahoo and click music on the left. After the page loads, run your pointer over music videos and click new videos on the drop down menu. Just click on anything you don't recognize. The only downside is you have to sit through a few seconds of a commercial before you watch a video.
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Old 11-09-2006, 11:28 PM   #11
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In my player right now and don't laugh:
Madonna-Confessions on a Dance Floor
Bob Segar-Greatest Hits
Nickleback-All the Right Reasons
Michael Jackson-Thriller
Avenged Sevenfold
Powerman 5000

ok i won't laugh ,but i will ask wtf...but seriously nice combo of music and era's
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Old 11-09-2006, 11:33 PM   #12
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No use for a name and rise against are both keepers. To find new music go to yahoo and click music on the left. After the page loads, run your pointer over music videos and click new videos on the drop down menu. Just click on anything you don't recognize. The only downside is you have to sit through a few seconds of a commercial before you watch a video.

Got both of those. I love Rise Against, Revolutions per Minute is a great album, the starter for me.

meh, see, i don't want to go and just find things on some site. usually it's all crap. i'm not looking for 'mega under ground' stuff though. i donno.
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Old 11-10-2006, 01:07 AM   #13
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ok i won't laugh ,but i will ask wtf...but seriously nice combo of music and era's
Thanks for not laughing. And what can I say, I listen to what I like. You should see my 80's music collection

And Minimaul as for underground try finding Paperback Hero and Gary Howie Band. They are both awsome bands and Gary is one of the better giutar players I've heard. Also, look for Santana, he is one of the great guitar players for sure.
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Old 11-10-2006, 02:18 AM   #14
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DangerDoom, MFDoom, Gnarles B, DangerMouse, Bill Whithers, Roots latest album (the drumwork is reason to buy it alone), most of the artists featured in Chappeles Block party. I like some of less mainstrem Hendrix tracks.

System of a down, Rage aginst the machine, all that fast tight stuff with a random slow melody and chorus.

Pretty random really. Hate depressing music.
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Old 11-10-2006, 11:12 AM   #15
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killlswitch engage has a new one coming out, Twelve Tribes new one is really good, There is a band called dry kill logic i have been rocking lately, you can check them out on myspace.

Also check out older CKY stuff, and 36 crazyfist.
for hip hop Rhymefest, bone thugs n harmony's older stuff, Anything from NWA, kayne west, the new luda album is pretty good. Also if you a dre fan check out., The Game - The Documentary.

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Old 11-10-2006, 12:34 PM   #16
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Thanks for not laughing. And what can I say, I listen to what I like. You should see my 80's music collection

And Minimaul as for underground try finding Paperback Hero and Gary Howie Band. They are both awsome bands and Gary is one of the better giutar players I've heard. Also, look for Santana, he is one of the great guitar players for sure.
ohh, Santana, thanks. Any certain album I should check out? I really hate getting "the Best Of" albums....


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DangerDoom, MFDoom, Gnarles B, DangerMouse, Bill Whithers, Roots latest album (the drumwork is reason to buy it alone), most of the artists featured in Chappeles Block party. I like some of less mainstrem Hendrix tracks.

System of a down, Rage aginst the machine, all that fast tight stuff with a random slow melody and chorus.

Pretty random really. Hate depressing music.

Word, Roots, thanks! I'm not really into system of a Down, but, I'll have to check them out sometime. I've got RAtM, "Bombtrack" was the first song I learned on bass. haha, well, i could never nail the intro up-to-speed. i got lazy and never practiced it. heh. then forgot.

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killlswitch engage has a new one coming out, Twelve Tribes new one is really good, There is a band called dry kill logic i have been rocking lately, you can check them out on myspace.

Also check out older CKY stuff, and 36 crazyfist.
for hip hop Rhymefest, bone thugs n harmony's older stuff, Anything from NWA, kayne west, the new luda album is pretty good. Also if you a dre fan check out., The Game - The Documentary.

Want some more??

Yeah, I'll check out some Killswitch. Weren't they just up here? I'm not into CKY, haven't liked them, ever. I got some 36CF, good stuff.

Never heard of Rhymefest, I'll look into it. Bone thugs 'n Harmony, haha, that takes me back to the 'Skateland days'. Got me some NWA , donno if i'm into 'luda' or the game. i'll 'look into' (IE download some first).
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Old 11-10-2006, 01:13 PM   #17
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Hey Damio,
You can come over to my place and load some tunes onto your ipod. I'm sure I have a bunch of stuff you like, or maybe not!

Chair 5 Saturday night?
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Old 11-10-2006, 01:25 PM   #18
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You can come over to my place and load some tunes onto your ipod. I'm sure I have a bunch of stuff you like, or maybe not!

Chair 5 Saturday night?

sounds good.

I have no plans all weekend---AKA sitting at home in Girdwood playing video games. if you guys are coming out, i'll come down to chill.
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Old 11-10-2006, 03:53 PM   #19
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Well lets see here I listen to pretty much anything. Watch MTV2 if you've got cable, it's nothing but music videos. That is how I find a lot of my music.
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Old 11-10-2006, 06:42 PM   #20
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Recently I've been on the RHCP kick, don't really know why just started listening to them more often. If I'm not listening to the I listen to Dream Theater. You should check them out, John Myung is a wizard on the 7-string bass. As far a instrument's go I've always had a love for the electric guitar. I tried taking a few lesson a couple years ago, just never had the drive to practice. I was too impatient and wanted to be able to play whole songs from the get go. I may try and pick it up once I get in my own place.
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Old 11-10-2006, 07:52 PM   #21
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Recently I've been on the RHCP kick, don't really know why just started listening to them more often. If I'm not listening to the I listen to Dream Theater. You should check them out, John Myung is a wizard on the 7-string bass. As far a instrument's go I've always had a love for the electric guitar. I tried taking a few lesson a couple years ago, just never had the drive to practice. I was too impatient and wanted to be able to play whole songs from the get go. I may try and pick it up once I get in my own place.

Nice, yeah, RHCP is good, I should probably toss some stuff on my iPod for work. I have a few songs, but I should just toss on an album or two.

Yeah, I listened to Dream theater when I first started playing bass--while I can appreicate their music I can't get into it. Myung rips, but not my style.

I'm slacking on the bass practice, trying to get a band going. me and a guitarist have been jamming but I've been lazy and not practicing at home.

if you're into good 'bassists' let me know, i've got some recomendations for that.
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The End has good music, actualyl one of the few that PLAY music in the morning. usually a good selection of stuff.

Nickelback, Urge, Staind, Nine inch nails, breaking Benjmain, dry kill logic, Weezer, Beck, Loc john (or whatever it is has a good beat) 3 days grace, My chemicla romance, new incubus, red jumpsuit apparatus, Matyashu, psychostick, mu330.
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Old 11-11-2006, 02:26 AM   #23
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ohh, Santana, thanks. Any certain album I should check out? I really hate getting "the Best Of" albums....
Yeah, try and find "Between Good and Evil". That is an awsome CD with Black Magic Women and Evil Ways as well as some good instrumental tracks.

Also, the Bee Gees "This is Where I cmae In Album" is a good one for long trips as well as ZZ Top "Afterburner" or their "Greatest Hits" even though you don't like those albums. Rammstein is also a good metal band.
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Old 11-11-2006, 04:59 AM   #24
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If you're into good bassists, you can't pass up Victor Wooten. His solo work is eclectic, ranging from funk to jazz to hip hop, but it's all incredible.

Also listen to Rush if you don't mind their style.
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