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    Last 5 *Albums* You Purchased

    I love music threads.

    Tom Waits: Rain Dogs
    Tom Waits: Blood Money
    Portishead: Dummy
    Morrissey: You Are the Quarry
    Pixies: Trompe Le Monde

    [edit]*Fine...I changed the thread title to reflect the times. Sheesh.[/edit]
    Last edited by PAlexC; 07-12-2004 at 10:45 AM.
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    they came in a 20 pack so i can burn mp3s to them.. you still buy cds

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    De La Soul - Live at Tramps, NYC, 1996
    Beastie Boys - To The 5 Burroughs
    Trans Am - Liberation
    Metallica - And Justice for All
    Kanye West - The College Dropout

    how is the morrissey btw

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    Errrrm

    The Streets - A Grand Don't Come For Free
    NERD, I cant remember album name.


    and others that I bought last year.

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    Originally posted by Karl|Oldman
    NERD, I cant remember album name.
    it's called 'fly or die', but isn't nearly as good as their first release, 'in search of'.

    Ah, these boys is all swelled up. So this was earlier...getting set to trade. Then, woooaaah differences.
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    Saturday Supercade - Everyone Is a Target
    The Postal Service - Give Up
    Death Cab For Cutie - Transatlanticism
    Beastie Boys - To the 5 Boroughs
    Modest Mouse - Good News For People Who Like Bad News

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    Is the new Beasties any good?
    "What really bugs me is that my mom had the audacity to call Flash Kit a bunch of 'inept jack-asses'." - sk8Krog
    ...and now I have tape all over my face.

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    Originally posted by PAlexC
    Is the new Beasties any good?
    Check my blog.

    Actually, it's kind of growing on me. I'm not a big Beasties fan by any means, but it's really not as bad as I first thought...

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    The last time I bought a CD was when I purchased Smash Mouth's Fush Yu Mang album. Can't remember anything else. It was some time ago. What, like 7-8 years?

    -genesis f5 (mx)

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    Let's see...

    Underworld - 1992/2002
    Metalheadz presents: No Smoke Without Fire
    J.S.Bach - Cello Suites 1-6
    David Toop - 37th floor at sunset (Music for Mondophrenetic)
    Fatboy Slim - halfway between the gutter and the stars
    hello.

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    ron sexsmith: retriever
    franz ferdinand: franz ferdinand
    jack johnson: on and on
    george thorogood and the destroyers: best of
    tom waits: blood money (yah me too)

    Originally posted by PAlexC
    Is the new Beasties any good?
    look out for a 'virus' it will pass thru your computer.

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    Rammstein: Mutter
    Radiohead: Hail to the theif
    Radiohead: The Bends
    Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon
    Violent Femmes: Add it up
    Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups

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    Circle Takes the Square - As the Roots Undo
    Circle Takes the Square - Demo EP
    The Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra and Tra-la-la Band with Choir - "This is our Punk Rock," thee rusted satellites gather+sing
    Do Make Say Think - Winter Hymn Country Hymn Secret Hymn
    Thee Silver Mountain Reveries - the "pretty little lightning paw" EP

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    Originally posted by nordberg

    Trans Am - Liberation
    wow, I didn't expect to see that. I bought it a couple of months back

    the last records I bought (I think) are

    lambchop - aw c'mon/no you c'mon
    savath & savalas - apropa't
    squarepusher - ultravisitor

    i'm currently waiting for copies of pause by fourtet and the daft punk remix of take me out by franz ferdinand to arrive from a mail order place where I buy most of my records.

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    Acoustic Alchemy: Sounds of St. Lucia
    The Very Best of Acoustic Alchemy
    Actionslacks: Full Upright Position

    and well...thanks to iTunes and Shoutcast, that's about it as well as I can remember.

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    Originally posted by catbert303
    wow, I didn't expect to see that. I bought it a couple of months back
    i think it's my favourite album of theirs.
    in fact, i'm gonna listen to it right now...

    Originally posted by Ultima Designs
    Acoustic Alchemy: Sounds of St. Lucia
    what's this all about...the island?
    if so, i went there on my honeymoon

    Ah, these boys is all swelled up. So this was earlier...getting set to trade. Then, woooaaah differences.
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    Originally posted by nordberg
    what's this all about...the island?
    if so, i went there on my honeymoon
    They performed there live, so it's some of their music live from St. Lucia. If you like acoustics and jazz-like music, then you should check them out. They're absolutely incredible.

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    The best purchase I've ever made. Xen Cuts 1990-2000. Its a 3 cd complation from the Ninja Tune record label featuring thier best singles from the first 10 years of its life. Includes Amon Tobin, Mr. Scruff, Kid Koala, Quannum, Cold Cut and DJ Food.

    Tom Waits - Rain Dogs. Why is the so popular all of a studden? Tom Waits being one of my favorite artist and Rain Dogs being my favorite album by him would make this an obvious choice.

    The late Bill Hicks needs no introduction. Philosophy is a complation album of his best policially incorrect comedy acts from the from the begining of his career to his untimely death.

    Hed Kandi: Winter Chill 06.02. A solid, layed-back compilation that takes a trip through "the darker side of chill". Great for sitting back on the couch and taking er' easy. Includes Clint Mansell, Moby, and Underworld.

    Alias - Eyes Closed. Not a cd but vinyl. One of Anticon's better artist (shadowed by the great Buck 65) alias has a great down tempo style with a pure but low-fidelity feel. Atmospheric turntablism at its finest.
    Last edited by pooon; 07-12-2004 at 05:03 PM.

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    Originally posted by pooon
    Why is this so popular all of a sudden.
    Because Tom Waits is the coolest cat to ever walk the earth. Small Change and Swordfishtrombones should be required listening. I think I'm gonna pick up Bone Machine next.
    "What really bugs me is that my mom had the audacity to call Flash Kit a bunch of 'inept jack-asses'." - sk8Krog
    ...and now I have tape all over my face.

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    Originally posted by vampstko
    ... you still buy cds?
    seriously... what year is this?

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