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    Quote Originally Posted by inspiredsports View Post
    Nine Inch Nails; Pretty Hate Machine

    On my short list for both one of the best albums ever, and one of the best albums for SDA effects ever.
    I agree, actually his later stuff never grabbed me the way PHM did. I remember going down near the UT campus and buing it on Vinyl and blasting it on a friends old Marantz set up, needless to say we killed a few brain cells to that one back in the day.
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    Flim and the BB's-Tricycle


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    Alison Krauss + Union Station Live
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    John Prine S/T.

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    I'm spending a night in the new listening room with:



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    The Tragically Hip - Trouble at The Henhouse
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmwest1970 View Post
    I'm spending a night in the new listening room with:


    How is this? I normally don't like him, but the little clip that i heard on the TV ads sounded pretty interesting.


    I'm listening to hold music in preparation for yet another conference call. God i hate open enrollment period.
    I don't read the newsssspaperssss because dey aaaallllllllll...... have ugly print.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mesquitehead View Post
    I agree, actually his later stuff never grabbed me the way PHM did. I remember going down near the UT campus and buing it on Vinyl and blasting it on a friends old Marantz set up, needless to say we killed a few brain cells to that one back in the day.
    As a die-hard NIN fan, I am always surprised when I hear a statement like this.

    Of course, PHM was groundbreaking stuff and had the angsty anthem "Head Like A Hole" on it. It is a great album. But it's only the beginning of what has been a prolific career. Reznor has come a long way since then and his music is some of the most sonically interesting stuff you can find (IMHO).

    Give The Fragile a listen. If you like PHM, try some of the post With Teeth stuff. The Downward Spiral is available on SACD and is amazing. There is a rumor afoot that The Fragile is going to get the 5.1 treatment and get an SACD release next year.

    Point is, for an audiophile, there is more to NIN than PHM.

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    How is this?
    LoL... it's John Mayer. Vanilla, generic, chick music.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vc69 View Post
    As a die-hard NIN fan, I am always surprised when I hear a statement like this.

    Of course, PHM was groundbreaking stuff and had the angsty anthem "Head Like A Hole" on it. It is a great album. But it's only the beginning of what has been a prolific career. Reznor has come a long way since then and his music is some of the most sonically interesting stuff you can find (IMHO).

    Give The Fragile a listen. If you like PHM, try some of the post With Teeth stuff. The Downward Spiral is available on SACD and is amazing. There is a rumor afoot that The Fragile is going to get the 5.1 treatment and get an SACD release next year.

    Point is, for an audiophile, there is more to NIN than PHM.



    LoL... it's John Mayer. Vanilla, generic, chick music.
    I have listened to all Trents stuff...he records on Neve gear, I used to work for Rupert Neve. I just find PHM to be a groundbreaking effort and it is more melodic, musical ect. And I am a little older now...my angst music these days is more in the vein of FEAR- The Record...old school punk with attitude.

    As for Mayer...I think Continuum is one of my favorite albums of the last few years, anyone who plays with the likes of Pino Palladino and Steve Jordan has to be pretty good. I have yet to get a CD copy of the new one and spin it. From what I have heard so far and discussed with friends in the audio bidness the new one is more commercial but hey....the guy has done his thing. He did early pop stuff then said "ok, heres what I really want to do" and busted out Continuum. Watch the "Where The Light Is" Blu-Ray with the Trio playing and tell me they are not hotter than hell...Jimi would be proud.

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    Dixie Dregs, Night of the Living Dregs



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    Quote Originally Posted by concealer404 View Post
    How is this? I normally don't like him, but the little clip that i heard on the TV ads sounded pretty interesting.


    I'm listening to hold music in preparation for yet another conference call. God i hate open enrollment period.
    It's pretty good. That was my first listen. A few songs caught my ear, but I'm still getting the new room dialed in. I'll get a chance to listen again this weekend.

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    The new John Mayer is a letdown, but I've been listening to his live in L.A. album lately. His blues playing is fantastic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mesquitehead View Post
    I have listened to all Trents stuff...he records on Neve gear, I used to work for Rupert Neve. I just find PHM to be a groundbreaking effort and it is more melodic, musical ect. And I am a little older now...my angst music these days is more in the vein of FEAR- The Record...old school punk with attitude.
    I gave up on NIN when I started straying to more indie music and the people I had grown to dislike in high school were suddenly big fans.

    I gave Trent another shot a little while back with the free download of "The Slip". And I was floored. I mean I was even curious enough to try it on 2-channel and 5-channel. I swear it was recorded for 5-channel and it is an incredible effort musically. You can really hear the growth but there is a backlash of old NIN in there.

    I'm not sure how die-hard NIN fans would rate it, but it is an amazing album worth a good listen for any old-school reznor fans.

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    Beastie Boys - The In Sound From Way Out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vc69 View Post
    Beastie Boys - The In Sound From Way Out!

    This disc has one of the most three dimensional stages I have ever heard. Truly an amazing mix.

    Don't knock it till you try it. :)
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    Long week and long day!

    Tonight it is Spoon - Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga

    And the Beasties stuff is also a very nice choice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by concealer404 View Post
    How is this? I normally don't like him, but the little clip that i heard on the TV ads sounded pretty interesting.


    I'm listening to hold music in preparation for yet another conference call. God i hate open enrollment period.
    Very good of cores I am a fan of his music. But I like this one as well. A few songs I skimmed over but a lot of them are great.
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