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    Nora Jones singing Johnny Cash's "Home of the Blues". Joy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fbones24 View Post
    I am listening to the new Skream album. I guess The Upsetters would be considered the forefathers of modern dub.
    I loved Skream's debut and alot of his single. I have not heard the new album, how is it?

    I've been listening to alot of the Ramones recently, gets me to work on the bike in double time.

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    Black Sabbath Paranoid is on the Ipod at the moment...

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    I've been listening to Iron Maiden's new album The Final Frontier this weekend. It's not what I'd call classic Maiden - I'm not sure that sci-fi is really their best muse! I can also hear influence from Dream Theater and Dragonforce in there contrasting their usual style. Still, it's a very good album and well worth a listen if you like your metal!

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    by all means if people have heard of Murder By Death you need to their album Good morning Magpie is the best cd to shave to for some reason i have to have something playing whilst i use my blade

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    Just got turned on to Machester Orchestra, and Mumford & Sons.

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    yes i know Mahler 5 well. Listening to a Bach Cantata

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    I'm listening to 'My Kids Outside Screaming', 'Fanblades Fullbore' and 'Daytime TV Too Loud'. Very entertaining stuff.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffus View Post
    Just got turned on to Machester Orchestra, and Mumford & Sons.

    I, too, recently got turned on to Mumford & Sons. Great band. I love shaving to The Avett Brothers, Norah Jones, Townes Van Zandt, or good ol' John Prine LP's...

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    On top of my playlist right now, John Mellencamp's new album "No Better Than This" Nr 2 is Ray LaMontagne's "God Willin' & The Creek Don't Rise" On third place Jimmie Vaughan's "Jimmie Vaughan Plays Blues, Ballads & Favorites"

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