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    today I litened to

    Louis armstrong Basin street blues
    tchaikovski symphony no. 6 dts
    the byrds greatest hits sacd
    beethoven symph no.9 sacd
    journey greatest hits off the computer hard drive
    john mellencamp best that I can do off computer
    dr john the ultimate dr john off computer
    Joni mitchell hits from the computer
    carol king in concert off the computer
    Loreena Mckennitt - book of secrets
    pop

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    DabyTourSkipMcDonald - lossless .flac from B&W music club from the computer.
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    Today (well yesterday) i listened to a variety of things.

    Metallica - Master of Puppets and Ride The Lightning
    Slayer - Diabolus Musica
    Dying Fetus - Destroy The Opposition
    Bolt Thrower - Those Once Loyal
    Fear Factory - Obsolete
    Tool - Aenima
    Cannibal Corpse - Evisceration Plague and The Bleeding
    Torture Killer - Swarm
    Pink Floyd - The Wall
    Hypocrisy - 10 Years of Chaos And Confusion
    Black Sabbath - Heaven and Hell


    Then my ears bled so i stopped! :p:D

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    Grayson Capps - just discovered him. "If you knew my mind" is in HDCD.
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    Went to a local vinyl store yesterday and pick up some new/old vinyl.

    ARS - Red Tape
    Montrose - Montrose
    Smashing Pumpkins
    Poco - Blue and Grey
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    Nanci Griffith - Ruby's Torch



    A departure from her typical Tex-Folkabilly genre. In additon to a singer, she is well known as a Texas folk songwriter...but these are all ballads with most of them being covers. Her unique voice is the star here. This is very well recorded (as most of her albums are) and absolutely great album IMO. If you like Nanci, you will definitely like this one. If you've never heard her...and are looking for something a little different, look it up on Amazon or Allmusic.com and consider giving it a listen.
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    The Prodigy "Invaders Must Die".

    If you like the old Prodigy, you'll like this.
    "He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you." Friedrich Nietzsche

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    LP - Breaking the Habit[IMG]Photobucket[/IMG]
    It's all in the detail.


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    SilverSun Pickups: Carnavas

    Great album. Reminds me a lot of Smashing Pumpkins before they went down the tubes.
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    Etta James......At Last

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    Poco - Blue and Gray on vinyl
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    Apocalyptica-Worlds Collide

    SQ is pretty good, but I wish it was more dynamic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Face View Post
    Apocalyptica-Worlds Collide

    SQ is pretty good, but I wish it was more dynamic.
    I liked their earlier stuff better myself. Anyone who can take Metallica and put it to strings has my vote!
    Lovin that music year after year.

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    VAN HALEN S/T 180 HQ vinyl.
    No Way But The Hard Way, So Get Used To It!!!

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    Wynton Marsalis - Live at the Village Vanguard

    A professional trumpet player I met at a Martin Logan get together put me on to this box set. It is an affordable 7 CD set with ~8 hours of music recorded over a four year period. (I paid $22 new for it at Amazon). Some folks say it is the purest jazz he has ever done, and showcases his as well as the bands talents. The recording quality is very good for a live venue. Reminds me of Jazz At The Pawnshop where you can hear the crowd, tinkle of glasses. High marks, highly recommended.
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    Atlanta Rhythm Section - Red Tape (LP)
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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    Nanci Griffith - Ruby's Torch



    A departure from her typical Tex-Folkabilly genre. In additon to a singer, she is well known as a Texas folk songwriter...but these are all ballads with most of them being covers. Her unique voice is the star here. This is very well recorded (as most of her albums are) and absolutely great album IMO. If you like Nanci, you will definitely like this one. If you've never heard her...and are looking for something a little different, look it up on Amazon or Allmusic.com and consider giving it a listen.
    http://www.yourmusic.com/browse/disc...ffith-833.html
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    currently I have zz-top greatest going but before that was the rippingtons, next up? george jones

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    Doobie Brothers Best of on vinyl
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    none
    I am 100% BORN DEAF and No I am not kidding! :D Why am I here? My wife's hearing! :p

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    on vinyl


    Payton
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    Incubus - drive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Face View Post
    The Prodigy "Invaders Must Die".

    If you like the old Prodigy, you'll like this.
    couldn't agree more. The Prodigy do it again :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by sophie View Post
    on vinyl


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    One of the greatest live recordings EVER!

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    I've been hanging with Gogol Bordello and Manu Chao of late. Don't see much of that...but I'm a middle-aged dude with surreal tastes and a Theater of the Absurd sense of humor!

    cnh

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    Ella & Louis Armstrong "Autumn In New York" SACD
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    Chicago - Questions 67 and 68

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    Kinks - Misfits (LP), wow, what a great album
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    Quote Originally Posted by janmike View Post
    Ella & Louis Armstrong "Autumn In New York" SACD
    Good?

    Listening to Steve Lukather's debut album....

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