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    The Music Exchange

    i know we have a lot of music nerds around here, so i thought i might start a thread where we could recommend things we like to each other. rare music, weird music, mainstream music, whatever you like. i like many different kinds of music, but i'm sure some of you like things that i've never heard of, and vice versa.

    post links to websites, vids, or artists and songtitles, whatever!

    here is my contribution for today!

    ESG - Moody (1983)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DBq_sv9N-gk

    The Feelies - Loveless Love (1980)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfx3SARoNA8

    Enjoy!

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    If you're looking for weird, I was manic this weekend so I was listening to Free Jazz (it's the only thing, when I'm up really high, that I can tolerate because it's so fast-paced and treble clef).

    Check out some Albert Ayler here: http://www.amazon.com/Live-Greenwich...0603163&sr=8-2
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    I listened to the Albert Ayler samples. That music is too abstract for me to follow. I bet it would sound much better to me during a thunderstorm. I'm gonna' save it on the computer and try it out.

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    I know it's mainstream-ish, but the Shins latest record "Wincing the Night Away" I can't get out of my head. Great album.
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    The most beautiful song on the planet
    http://listen.grooveshark.com/

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fh0AaTOfkIc

    Alva Noto & Ryuichi Sakamoto - Moon

    this performance/concert had tears in my eyes.. very very moving and building.
    trioon has more of the actual visuals from the concert
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLdgn...eature=related
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    i've checked out everyone's suggestions so far, keep em coming!

    i have more!

    Grinderman - No Pussy Blues (2007)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lL3dNfxcpnw

    Flight of the Conchords - Ladies of the World (2008)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BLJ5a6aJOb8

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    Uhhgg... can't stand Nick Cave. Boring as batshit.

    Dig them Flight fellas though. NZ boys, too.
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    Nin!
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    Quote Originally Posted by A.Dulteror View Post
    Uhhgg... can't stand Nick Cave. Boring as batshit.

    Dig them Flight fellas though. NZ boys, too.
    nick cave gives me the female equivalent of half a mongrel! but so does jemaine from flight of the conchords...ha!

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    def leppard-songs from the sparkle lounge.....their best album in 15 years.....has some bite to it....theres a ballad on there called "love" which sounds like they were listening to "a night at the opera" when they recorded it...their best ballad possibly since "heartbreak"

    a song about all the hollywood fallout girls called "bad actress"

    a killer opener called "go" and a good follow up called "nine lives"

    a solid fairly strong album compared to the debacles that were "x" and "euphoria"



    Madonna-hard candy

    i really am liking this album.....reminds me of bedtime stories....

    killer closer called "voices"

    and a song with kanye "the beat goes on"

    4 minutes i like but the best groover off the album to me was "give it to me"


    gnarls barkley -the odd couple

    for "whos gonna save my soul". "would be killa" and "whatever" alone is worth the price of admission


    and the soundtrack to the psp game final fantasy 7 crisis core....adaptations of nobue uematsu s work.... and the best version of the nibleheim theme ive ever heard as well as a radical reworking of "one winged angel"

    till next time...my balcony is closed....for renovations.....
    the vibe says syxx so let it be syxx......

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    Here's two that i've been groovin to as of late...

    Vampire Weekend- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XC2mqcMMGQ


    and also...

    Lightspeed Champion- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaHJJgoR0-s


    Haven't bought Vampire as of yet and i have Lightspeed coming in the mail.
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    eugene mcdaniels-the unspoken dreams of light... most people know him from writing rogerta flacks feel like makin love... but his own stuff is absolute genious...his albums outlaw & natural juices
    blah... blah... blah...the universe.... what color underwear do you have on.....red i hope
    because that makes me warm....warm like brand nu video porn


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    Just listened to that song BE and it reminded me of Scott Walker and also one song from the Guess Who. (something they did in 68 off of Wheafield Soul)

    Which leads me to my next picks...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrjT2ZEvSio


    and of course...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37B-Z...eature=related


    The Guess Who song wasn't the one which reminded me but, heck i couldn't find it sp went with it! Friends of Mine was the song from them i was thinkining of...
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QErlsSufyc0
    cant go past Cue - by yellow Magic orchestra ... soft and beautiful ...
    im sick & tired of the same old chaos !
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    I dug the music! Never actually heard them before but actually heard OF them.

    Here's my selection for the day....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hG6yO...eature=related

    It's Gorkys Zygotic Mynci a now defunct Welsch band who sort of became popular sometime in the late 90's when Super Furry Animals also was getting pub.

    Here's also the guy by himself now...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zE8xruQvqow

    His name is Euros Childs and the album CHOPS is worth pick-up if you like oddball little albums.
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    saints of los angeles-motley crue(their best since generation swine)
    faith no more- 3cd anthology (um wow!)
    billy idol best of....-(bonus tracks are actually really good!)
    the vibe says syxx so let it be syxx......

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    Here's something that's big rockin my city for a few months now. I don't care about the crap they talk. I just like Miami shit so much sometimes.

    http://smartenupnas.com/2008/01/04/r...pain-the-boss/

    the player is under the photo of Rick Ross

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