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Postby i love my car » Sun Oct 12, 2003 1:19 pm

jefferson airplane - surrealistic pillow
ben kweller - phone home
ben kweller - sha sha
led zeppelin - zoso
little me - obc
the long winters - twycdih
the long winters - wiptf
midtown - living well is the best revenge
the mooney suzuki - electric sweat

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Postby call me stupid » Tue Oct 14, 2003 4:15 pm

i love my car wrote:midtown - living well is the best revenge



good call

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Postby i love my car » Fri Oct 17, 2003 3:51 pm

yea, midtown's super!

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Postby omphale » Sat Oct 18, 2003 5:22 pm

wow, am i the only person on the board who *doesn't* alphabatize her cd's?!??!!?!?

ok, here goes...

My Morning Jacket, It Still Moves
The Heavenly States
Alison Krauss, Forget About It
TLW, TWYCDIH
Crew Jones, Almost Beach
The Pixies, Doolittle
Fluffers Union, Segway
TLW, WIPTF
The Beastie Boys, Licensed To Ill
Patsy Kline, True Love
Molly and the Hatchetts, Biggie Nuff

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Postby Cynical_Satan » Sat Oct 18, 2003 10:29 pm

Kind of Like Spitting - Bridges Worth Burning
Lewis Black - The White Album
Lewis Black - The End of the Universe
Live - Throwing Copper
Live - Secret Samadhi
TLW - TWYCDIH
TLW - WIPTF
Moth - Provisions, Fiction, and Gear
Nada Surf - High/Low

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Postby meg » Sat Oct 18, 2003 10:49 pm

omphale wrote:wow, am i the only person on the board who *doesn't* alphabatize her cd's?!??!!?!?


I am not patient enough to alphabatize my CDs. Also I do not think alphabetically. I think chronologically. Or something.

At any rate, my copy of WIPTF is currently at the top of the Often Played rack, right above my Ted Leo albums. WYCDIH is kicking it at the bottom of the same rack, right between the Thermals record and a Rat Cat Hogan record. Nearby we have some Fugazi, we have some Auer/Stringfellow split, and this Absolutely Kosher sampler I wedged in between my copy of the Little Shop of Horrors original cast album and the Destroyer album.

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Postby Betty Felon » Sun Oct 19, 2003 11:22 am

I have heard of these "Thermals" but I can't remember who, where, or whether they were recommended or warned against. Somebody fill me in if you could be so kind.

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Postby Unremarkable » Sun Oct 19, 2003 11:25 am

Betty Felon wrote:I have heard of these "Thermals" but I can't remember who, where, or whether they were recommended or warned against. Somebody fill me in if you could be so kind.


I saw them open up for Death Cab. I was not very impressed.

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Postby meg » Sun Oct 19, 2003 1:19 pm

http://www.subpop.com/scripts/main/bands_page.php?id=410

They go straight to your head, they have sex in your bed, &tc &tc. Got me through a few chilly months earlier this year.

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Postby heather » Sun Oct 19, 2003 10:24 pm

the thermals rock. as with meg, they kept me warm when i was too poor to use the heat.

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My [abridged] record collection...

Postby mindsale » Tue Oct 21, 2003 9:18 am

AudioChrist (Music that will die for your sins):

The Long Winters
Pedro the Lion
Death Cab for Cutie
Beulah
The Shins
Belle & Sebastian
Crooked Fingers
New Amsterdams
The Decemberists
Spoon
Looper
Built to Spill
Elliott Smith
Damien Jurado
Lambchop
The Get Up Kids
Neutral Milk Hotel
Pavement
Polyphonic Spree
The Space Twins
Slow Reader
John Vanderslice
Wilco
The Minus 5
Loose Fur
The Flaming Lips
The New Pornographers

These bands will bring salvation.
(Without molesting children)
(Too badly)

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Postby Midori » Tue Oct 21, 2003 12:09 pm

I dig spoon. Thumbs up.

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Postby meg » Tue Oct 21, 2003 1:55 pm

Midori wrote:I dig spoon. Thumbs up.


You have your copy of Wig in a Box yet? Mr. Daniel turns "Tear Me Down" into a Spoon song with horns. WONDERFUL. Although not as good as Frank Black's rendition of "Sugar Daddy."

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Postby Midori » Tue Oct 21, 2003 8:09 pm

It's on its way, actually. I want it to get here before the show comes down here next week. I'm VERY psyched!

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Postby the hutch » Mon Nov 03, 2003 9:46 am

Damn, but y'all all sound way too young to be so organized. I just keep what I'm listening to that particular week in the door of my car, and all the vinyl and loose CDs are in blissfull disarray upstairs. Truly, it's a beautiful thing-I mean while I'm looking for an old Neats record I run across a Breaking Circus LP or an old My Dad is Dead EP, and it's like finding 20 bucks in yer pocket, 'cuz ya forgot it was there.

But in the door of my car this week is WIPTF of course, at least two or three Centro-matic's, Nada Surf's Let Go, Uncle Tupelo's Anodyne, American Analog Set's Promise of Love, That 1 Guy's Songs in the Key of Beotch, Varnaline's Songs in a Northern Key, My Morning Jacket's It Still Moves, Bill Winters' Live from Carnegie Hall, The Eels' Shootenany, Van Morrison's Moondance, and the soundtrack to Lost in Translation.

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Postby the hutch » Mon Nov 03, 2003 12:59 pm

shoot, i know y'all are gonna bust me for my typo-it's Bill Withers-guess i've got winters on the brain

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Postby Harvey Winters » Sat Mar 10, 2007 12:46 am

I sort mine by bands I've seen live, and bands I haven't:

Creeper Lagoon-I Become Small & Go (excellent)
Dandy Warhols-Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia
Genesis-Abacab
Genesis-Duke
Greenday-A.I.
HD-W.H.A.T.M.G.
HD-K.J.V.
HD-L.B.L.
TLW-T.W.Y.C.D.I.H.
TLW-W.I.P.T.F.
TLW-P.T.D.T.B.

Racetrack-City Lights
R.E.M.-Eponymous
R.E.M.-Green
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Postby Patr!ck » Sat Mar 10, 2007 7:33 am

Led Zeppelin - Lemon Demon - Lifehouse???? - The Long Winters - Louis XIV - Martyr Complex - MSI - Modest Mouse

What a diverse bunch of stuff....

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Postby chelsea » Sat Mar 10, 2007 8:58 am

i never realized y'all have such great taste in music! everything from less than jake to lifehouse!

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Postby sour29 » Sat Mar 10, 2007 10:15 am

If we're talking cds, on one side, there's
01. Goo Goo Dolls - Dizzy Up The Girl
02. Hole - Live Through This
03. Hole - Celebrity Skin
04. Limblifter - Limblifter
04. Limblifer - I/O

on the other, it's

01. Madonna - the Immaculate Collection
02. Matthew Good Band - Audio of Being
03. McCartney, Paul - All the Best!
04. Mobile - Tomorrow Starts Today
05. Moist - Silver


but if we're talking records as in vinyl, then it's...
01. Led Zeppelin - Presense
02. Lennon, John and Yoko Ono - Double Fantasy
03. Huey Lewis and the News - Sports
04. Lightfoot, Gordon - Cold on the Shoulder
05. Lighthouse - Sunny Days

and

01. Manilow, Barry - Greatest Hits
02. Mellancamp, John Cougar - Scarecrow
03. Michael, George - Careless Whisper (12" single)
04. Newton-John, Oliva - Greatest Hits I & II
05. Nicks, Stevie - Bella Donna


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