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Old 03-17-2005, 08:19 PM   #21
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"Bucky Done Gun" by M.I.A. A mix of hip hop and jungle beats. Turn up the bass.
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LOL! You still listening to her? I'm loving her track 'Amazon'.

BTW, have you heard the 'sunshine reggae version' of Nellie Furtado's 'Turn Off The Lights'?
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BTW, have you heard the 'sunshine reggae version' of Nellie Furtado's 'Turn Off The Lights'?
I just took a listen to it, and it sounds nice.
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Old 03-17-2005, 08:54 PM   #25
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And now I'm listening to Gorillaz's 'Tomorrow Comes Today'.

Wot can I say? I now got into some heavy beats tonight.
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Now I'm listening to Massive Attack / Liz Fraser's 'Teardrop'. Yep, the same music used in the title credits of that excellent t.v. show House.
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My guess is: You'll probably like the song I first posted in here on page one. Those guys are just unbelievable.

np: The Postal Service - Nothing better
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Old 03-18-2005, 12:04 AM   #28
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Right now I'm listening to Tempus Vernum by Enya... Wait, now it's Deora Ar Mo Chroí...

Recently been listening to Enya, Santana, Adiemus and a bit of Snoop Dogg and 50 Cent... And Bach's St. John Passion... And some GK stuff, especially GK3...

Now the song changed again... It's now Flora's Secret.
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Old 03-26-2005, 07:26 PM   #29
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Now currently listening to some techno banjo bagpipe music.

It's called "Digital Breakdown" off the Mixolydian CD.

http://www.marksaul.tv/Audio.html
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I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody's Business - Whispering actually

Yes, it's the solo record of that singer from The Early November. But it's quite beautiful singer/songwriter stuff nonetheless.
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Old 04-19-2005, 06:26 AM   #33
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All will be revealed - by Diamond Head
Buy now... Saved later - One Minute Silence
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I'm a generation behind with my taste.
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All you Postal Service fans should really check out Apparat's Silizium EP.

EDIT: Phew! Had to run to the toilet all of a sudden
Anyway, Silizium EP is probably closer to what Jimmy Tamborello (one half of Postal Service) is doing as DNTEL, or to excellent last Telefon Tel Aviv album, but I think you'd like it nevertheless.

And also The Young Machines by Her Space Holiday, that's much closer to PS and almost equally as good.
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I've never heard that before. I really like it
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All you Postal Service fans should really check out Apparat's Silizium EP.

Thanks. I've to check it out. Do you know The Notwist? They seemed to be a hefty influence on the music of The Postal Service, too.
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Yeah, just went to their show some 2 weeks ago, during the Thirsty Ear Festival. God, we all waited for them to come to Croatia for so long, but it was worth it. And when they finally played Consequence on their third encore I was in heaven

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Old 04-21-2005, 12:25 PM   #40
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Aaargh! What an annoying post - my musical tastes change from day to day.

After replaying The Nomad Soul I got the urge to listen to David Bowie, more specifically "Golden Years"





Plus I've been listening to a lot of Nine Inch Nails recently.......
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