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What are you listening to right now?

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Personal Jesus- Depeche Mode

next up:

Monofader-Scars

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Students who think that they are speaking quietly enough to excape detection. As long as they are not cheating and keep working I don't bother to stop the whispered gossip.
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White Man Sleeps by Kevin Volans and performed by the Kronos Quartet.

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After the "Decommercialization of Christmas" discussion, I felt like getting into the Christmas "mood". Last night the wife and I watched "A Christmas Story", and tonight we plan to watch "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation".

Right now I'm listening to:

Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Christmas Eve and Other Stories (the album)
Fly Eagles fly, on the road to victory.
Fight Eagles fight, score a touchdown 1-2-3.

Hit 'em low,
Hit 'em high,
And we'll watch our Eagles fly.

Fly Eagles fly, on the road to victory.

E-A-G-L-E-S...........EAGLES!

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Ain't No More Cane by Son Volt

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Assholes in the adjacent conference room yuking it up.

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Trent Steel wrote:Assholes in the adjacent conference room yuking it up.
Are they playing CounterStrike?

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"I Am The Highway" by Audioslave (listening to the whole album actually). This will be followed by "Sickness" by Disturbed.
And in banks across the world
Christians, Moslems, Hindus, Jews
And every other race, creed, colour, tint or hue
Get down on their knees and pray
The raccoon and the groundhog neatly
Make up bags of change
But the monkey in the corner
Well he's slowly drifting out of range

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Post by LawBeefaroni »

NPR (left my XM in the car :x ) and some delivery truck 19 floors down that won't lay off his goddamned horn.
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Smoove_B wrote:
Trent Steel wrote:Assholes in the adjacent conference room yuking it up.
Are they playing CounterStrike?
Of course they are not. Those were the good ol' days. Those days are over.

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Post by Fretmute »

"One Way Ticket to Hell and Back" by The Darkness for me.

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Post by Grievous Angel »

Currently, the couple of songs that Nickel Creek has available on their myspace page, thanks to a recommendation from Rumpy. After that, a 1/2 hour interview I just conducted about conveyor belts.
Here's to a long life and a merry one; A quick death and an easy one; A pretty girl and a true one; A cold beer, and another one.

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And then Beastie Boys - Tripple Trouble.

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The Chemical Brothers - It Doesn't Matter

Next up:

Buck 65 - B. SC.

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Post by crumsteel »

Nightmoves by Bob Seger.

Now to go find some darkness because Fretmute post reminds me the new darkness album came out tuesday.

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Just hit Soulseek and downloaded Sam's conveyor belt interview. Shit ROCKS!

Now I'm playing Nada Surf THE WEIGHT IS A GIFT.

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Keith and the Girl (podcast)

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Now Verdi's Requiem is playing.

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currently:
Grendel- Soilbleed

next:
Das Ich- Uterus

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The low hum of the air conditioner.

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Depeche Mode's new album Playing the Angel, track 7 now, I Want It All.
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Listening to my god damn squeaky-ass keyboard. I seriously didn't know keyboards could squeak.

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Hoppy eating a peanut.
I spent 90% of the money I made on women, booze, and drugs. The other 10% I just pissed away.

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"Requiem for a Dream" soundtrack coming up through the floor + old party music from the living room.
If you cannot convince them, confuse them.

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Depeche Mode is now over.

Now I'm listening to Echo And The Bunnymen - Heaven Up Here.
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" Be Quiet & Drive "

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Cackling from the conference room is over. Now I can clearly hear the fan on my Nortel switch.

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Songs: Ohia's Protection Spells. To be followed by the self-titled release and then The Lioness. Then I start re-ripping some ska/reggae-type band. Still re-ripping my music (and I probably will be for a few more months) but the pile is slowly getting smaller. I now have on my HD, including podcasts, 5393 items that can be played over 14.3 days and take up 27.63 gigs.

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Hocico-Where Angels Dont Sing
Next Up
Melotron-Dein Meister (Funkervogt Remix)

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Post by geezer »

tgb wrote:Hoppy eating a peanut.
Along those same lines...

Contractors building a bathroom, my wife's bird screeching and my grey saying "No! Bad bird - stop it!"

Sheer nirvana, I tell you.

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Clair de lune by Claude Debussy

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Luna's Romantica album.

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Post by Liverboy »

Handel's Messiah - Christmassy...
The world can't be going too far to hell in a handbasket if you can still get slurpees 24 hrs a day.

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Post by tswright »

I just drove to the library and listened to a melange of Nick Cave's ABBATOIR BLUES, Catherine Wheel's CHROME, and Depeche Mode's PLAYING THE ANGEL.

At some point in the near future: Patrick Wolf's WIND IN THE WIRES.

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I just now finished Ocean Rain and I'm working on Porcupine. :)

Long live E&TB!
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Post by razgon »

End of me - Marion Raven...

Next up - instrumental from movie Avalon - Voyage to Avalon
Gone...

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And now I'm listening to Curve's "Gift"

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The Congos Heart of the Congos album, Blood & Fire remaster... some of the dub tracks on the bonus disc

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The Slackers' Better Late Than Never album. Specifically, Work Song.

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'Theme I' by Clan of Xymox.

Next up - whatever shows up on Pandora Radio, which is about the coolest thing in the world.
The pendulum slows
Then stilled under the cold
In absence he flies
In presence we will writhe
- Bell Witch, "Mirror Reaper"

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This is my upcoming party shuffle at home from Itunes

Ocean Blue - The Fixx - Happy Landings And Lost Tracks
Inside Out - The Chameleons - Strange Times (bonus tracks)
Performance - Tones On Tail - Everything (Disc 1)
Doctor Doctor - The Thompson Twins - A Kick Up The Eighties Vol: 2
Inquisititon [Single Mix] - Skinny Puppy - The Singles
Oh My God - Kaiser Chiefs - Employment
Sunny Afternoon - The Kinks - The Ultimate Collection (Disc 1)
Femme Mirage - The Legendary Pink Dots - Asylum
Golden Brown - Stranglers - Peaches - The Very Best Of ...
We Believe - Ministry - Twitch
How Could I Forget - The Faint - Wet From Birth
Phantom - The Sisters Of Mercy - Some Girls Wander By Mistake
No Human Can Drown - Clan Of Xymox - Clan Of Xymox
One Night Away - The Delays - Faded Seaside Glamour
I Am The Resurrection (remaster) - The Stone Roses - The Very Best Of The Stone Roses
Miss You - The Rolling Stones - Forty Licks [Disc 2]
No Big Deal (12" mix) - Love & Rockets - Love And Rockets (special Swing edition)
Are You Receiving Me? - XTC - Singles 1978-1985
Bound In A Nutshell - The Lightning Seeds - Cloudcuckooland
Less Than Human (acoustic) - The Chameleons - Strip
Ascend (Remix) - Nitzer Ebb - Ascend

Edit: Why yes, I could do this all day. :)
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