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Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 14.Dec.2005, 01:37 PM

I'm listening to Lyin' in a bed of fire by Little Steven

Posted by: Zara 14.Dec.2005, 01:38 PM

hung up by Madonna was on my Ipod this morning...last song I heard...

Posted by: Mark Boy 14.Dec.2005, 01:38 PM

MADONNA'S NEW ALBUM IS FANTABULOUS...every song is so good!

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 14.Dec.2005, 01:40 PM

Just changed to one of the best songs ever. Thunder Road by Bruce 8)

Posted by: Gabriela 14.Dec.2005, 01:44 PM

I'm playing the soundtrack of "Love Actually" (great movie for Christmas season by the way). Listening right now to Jump (for my love) by Girls aloud.

Did anyone see the movie (Hugh Grant).

Posted by: Zara 14.Dec.2005, 01:46 PM

I love that film..so Xmasy.I have it on DVD 8)

Posted by: Mark Boy 14.Dec.2005, 01:46 PM

QUOTE (Gabriela)
I'm playing the soundtrack of "Love Actually" (great movie for Christmas season by the way). Listening right now to Jump (for my love) by Girls aloud.

Did anyone see the movie (Hugh Grant).


hej Gabriela, that song Jump is 'our song' Joakim and I met as that song played in a niteclub!

Memories... :wink:

Posted by: Agatutza 14.Dec.2005, 01:48 PM

"I cried for you", katie melua

Posted by: David OL 14.Dec.2005, 01:50 PM

The song from the film 'Rocky'.

I'm getting motivated to turn off my computer and walk out of the office. I'm catching a plane tomorrow! tongue.gif tongue.gif

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 14.Dec.2005, 01:51 PM

The rocky songs are great, hearts on fire, eye of the tiger, and no easy way out at least 8)

Posted by: Mark Boy 14.Dec.2005, 01:52 PM

QUOTE (David OL)
The song from the film 'Rocky'.

I'm getting motivated to turn off my computer and walk out of the office. I'm catching a plane tomorrow! tongue.gif tongue.gif


yeah and don't forget our DATE! :wink:

Posted by: Streja 14.Dec.2005, 01:53 PM

I can´t listen to songs while I work. If I could I would listen to I have forgiven Jesus by Morrissey.

Posted by: Gabriela 14.Dec.2005, 01:53 PM

QUOTE (Mark Boy)
hej Gabriela, that song Jump is 'our song' Joakim and I met as that song played in a niteclub!

Memories... :wink:


laugh.gif That song is great to do aerobics, I think. Did you see the movie? Otherwise you guys HAVE TO rent it before Christmas. Emma Thompson is great in the movie.

Posted by: Zara 14.Dec.2005, 01:56 PM

love actually always gives me a warm and happy feeling and esp at this time of the year its even better.

Posted by: Greta Arblaster 14.Dec.2005, 02:00 PM

I'm listening to the Bridget Jones' soundtrack - I really like Ring, ring, ring by Aaron Soul and Out of Reach by Gabrielle and Respect (Aretha Franklin).

In fact I pretty much like all the tracks on the album...

Posted by: Eciym 14.Dec.2005, 02:47 PM

Kings of leon; youth and young manhood

ripped it to the computer and have had it on loop for 9 days. a truely great album

Posted by: Andrew Robertson 14.Dec.2005, 02:53 PM

Take That Ultimate Collection...currently listening to Sure.

A xxx

Posted by: Citrus 14.Dec.2005, 02:55 PM

DJ Spiller - Cry Baby (Royksopp Remix)

Posted by: Wanna-be 14.Dec.2005, 03:00 PM

I'm marching up and down in my crutchless cat suit and thigh length leather jackboots with the nine inch heels, to; Wagners Tannhauser. And beating myself intime with the music, lovelly stuff.

:twisted:

Posted by: Eciym 14.Dec.2005, 03:02 PM

the cat suit... is it leather, pvc or latex?

Posted by: David OL 14.Dec.2005, 03:04 PM

Chinese fur.

Posted by: Citrus 14.Dec.2005, 03:14 PM

omgholecutterwtf?

Posted by: Citrus 14.Dec.2005, 03:18 PM

OMGDavidOlWTF?

Posted by: Eciym 14.Dec.2005, 03:18 PM

"shudders with exitement"

Posted by: Roger O. Thornhill 14.Dec.2005, 03:27 PM

"He Stopped Loving Her Today", George Jones :cry:

Posted by: Nuname 14.Dec.2005, 06:02 PM

QUOTE (Mark Boy)
MADONNA'S NEW ALBUM IS FANTABULOUS...every song is so good!


Don't you feel a bit targeted by the new Madonna stuff Mark? It's so Gay it's unbelievable.

I'm currently listening to McFly but it is on Radio 1.

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 14.Dec.2005, 06:05 PM

Southside Johnny, Little Steven and Bruce Springsteen - It's been a long time

Posted by: Gully Gull 14.Dec.2005, 07:35 PM

"Meantime" by The Futureheads.

Posted by: Gordy 14.Dec.2005, 08:44 PM

Liberty Bell by Autamata

Posted by: Benzed 14.Dec.2005, 08:48 PM

Tommy Gun by The Clash

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 14.Dec.2005, 08:51 PM

Awesome song 8)

Posted by: Dakyras 14.Dec.2005, 09:16 PM

Some of you need help... badly. The soundtrack to Love Actually? Take That? My f**cking god...

Posted by: Rachel F 14.Dec.2005, 09:56 PM

It gets worse.

My daughter has had me singing along to that Boney M classic 'Mary's Boy Child Jesus Christ Was Born On Christmas Day'...quick shake of the marakas and away we go...

I feel a bit queasy...

Posted by: Mark Boy 14.Dec.2005, 10:03 PM

QUOTE (Toby)
Don't you feel a bit targeted by the new Madonna stuff Mark? It's so Gay it's unbelievable.

I'm currently listening to McFly but it is on Radio 1.


Madonna's new album is very disco and probably very camp, I actually think it is a great selection of dancey prancey get up and boogie tracks. I think and its only my opinion that EVERY song is excellent BUT then again I am a huge Madonna fan.

Also, the Gay community has supported Madonna throughout her career so maybe she decided to really pay us back. Plus Madonna has a brother called Christopher and guess what he is Gay!

:wink:

Posted by: Streja 14.Dec.2005, 11:00 PM

QUOTE (Dakyras)
Some of you need help... badly. The soundtrack to Love Actually? Take That? My f**cking god...


LOL

The Soundtrack of Our Lives are much better!

Posted by: Gabriela 15.Dec.2005, 09:53 AM

Andrea Bocelli's CD while I'm working writting Christmas cards for my customers, how boring.

Posted by: Benzed 15.Dec.2005, 12:44 PM

The Datsuns - In Love

Posted by: Greta Arblaster 15.Dec.2005, 12:58 PM

"Sick Note" - The Dubliners laugh.gif laugh.gif

Posted by: Ems 15.Dec.2005, 05:41 PM

QUOTE (Streja)
LOL

The Soundtrack of Our Lives are much better!




You're only saying that because you're into boybands with fat bearded lead singers. Add some beard and a fat belly to that stupid dude from Busted or whatever, and you've got the Soundtrack of Our Lives.

Posted by: Chosovi 15.Dec.2005, 06:00 PM

Soundtrack to "The Commitments"..."Mustang Sally...ride Sally Ride"

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 15.Dec.2005, 08:41 PM

Friend of the devil - Bob Dylan

Posted by: Michele 15.Dec.2005, 08:58 PM

Classic Christmas carrols. We just decorated the christmas tree. smile.gif

Posted by: Streja 15.Dec.2005, 10:21 PM

QUOTE (Ems)
You're only saying that because you're into boybands with fat bearded lead singers. Add some beard and a fat belly to that stupid dude from Busted or whatever, and you've got the Soundtrack of Our Lives.


Errr...no...LOL

Posted by: Braderunner Rennuredarb 15.Dec.2005, 11:36 PM

Last Living Souls - Gorillaz :twisted:

Posted by: Ems 15.Dec.2005, 11:38 PM

QUOTE (Streja)
Errr...no...LOL


Oh come on, just admit it.. I know your type, Ebbotlover.

Posted by: Toronto 1 16.Dec.2005, 12:02 AM

"Overkill" by Motorhead. They have a new import cd I just bought not to long ago.
The sound is much better than the original.

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 19.Dec.2005, 11:29 AM

Janey needs a shooter

Posted by: Streja 19.Dec.2005, 11:39 AM

QUOTE (Ems)
Oh come on, just admit it.. I know your type, Ebbotlover.


Actually my type is more Neil Codling from suede.

Posted by: Benzed 19.Dec.2005, 12:11 PM

In Flames - Dead End

Posted by: Ashlito 19.Dec.2005, 03:54 PM

All Aflame- Ian Brown

Posted by: Andrew 19.Dec.2005, 04:33 PM

The Myth Soundtrack sung by Jackie Chan called Endless Love.

Posted by: Haz 4.Jan.2006, 10:57 AM

Oohlas - I got ballerina blues

Posted by: Alfredo 4.Jan.2006, 11:08 AM

Millennium - Robbie Williams !

Posted by: Ashlito 4.Jan.2006, 11:22 AM

MOS DEF- Know That

Posted by: Roy Boy from New Orleans 5.Jan.2006, 12:24 AM

Here's a KILLER List of some really good 70's Funk-Groove songs! If you download some of these you will probably recognize most of them! You will probably know most of these songs when you here them:

1.) Sly and the Family Stone-If you want me to stay
2.) Grover Washington Jr.- 1.) Mr. Magic and 2.) Summer Madness
3.) George Clinton and P-Funk- One Nation Under a Groove
4.) Stevie Wonder- 1.) What's tha Fuss 2.) Isn't she lovely
5.) Jeffersson Starship- Miracles
6.) Ace- How Long (has this been going on).
7.) Gerry Rafferty- 1.) Baker Street 2.) Right down the line
8.) Steely Dan- 1.) Deacon Blues 2.) Hey Nineteen
9.) James Brown- Payback (Revenge)
10.)

Some other favorite downloads:

1.) Pet Shop Boys- 1.) West End Girls 2.) Opportunities (let's make lot's of money)
2.) Steve Winwood- 1.) Freedom Overspill 2.) Finer Things 3.) Know what the night can do
3.) Anita Baker- Sweet Love
4.) ATB- 1.) Ecstasy 2.) Let you go 3.) Your Not Alone www.atb-music.com
5.) Robert Miles- 1.) Children 2.) Fable
6.) Andreas Johnson- 1.) Glorious 2.) Honeydrop 3.) Games we play 4.) Spaceless
7.) Mel C- 1.) Never be the same again 2.) I turn to you
8.) E-Type- Life
9.) Depeche Mode- ALL SONGS, especially the 80's stuff
10.) Al B. Sure- Night and Day
11.) Louis Armstrong- Summer Time and St. James Infirmary
12.) Dr. John- 1.) How come my dog don't bark
13.) Neville Brothers- Yellow Moon
14.) Ciara-OH
15.) Fantasia-Free your self
16.) Portishead-Nobody loves me
17.) Eddie Murphy-Party all the time
18.) Billy Ocean-Caribbean Queen
19.) Christopher Cross- 1.) Sailing 2.) Arthurs Theme
20.) George Michaels' - Never going to dance again, careless whispers
21.) Animals- House of the rising sun
22.) Oasis- Don't go away
23.) John Legend- Ordinary People
23.) Brian Mckinght- Do I ever cross your mind
24.) Bomfunk MCS-Freestyler
25.) Sneaker Pimps- Six Underground
26.) Duran Duran- Save a prayer, Come Undone, Rio
27.) Kermit Ruffins- Hide the reefer
28.) David Gray- Walking away
29.) Alice Deejay-Better off alone
30.) Stevie Ray Vaughan- Tin pan alley, tight rope, crossfire

These are just a few of my favorite songs! What are some of you all's favorite downloads and which site do you use?

Peace,

SS

Posted by: Ulrikac 5.Jan.2006, 09:36 AM

INXS's "Pretty Vegas" with their new lead singer JD Fortune...

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 6.Jan.2006, 03:57 PM

Quarter to three - Gary US Bonds

Posted by: David Taylor 6.Jan.2006, 07:19 PM

I'm currently listening to recovery by funeral for a friend. Very well blended a bit of hard rock soft rock and some slow lovey,dovey aswell.

Posted by: David Taylor 6.Jan.2006, 07:21 PM

ohhh and hear comes In Flames probably the best hard rock band in Sweden :twisted:

Posted by: TF 6.Jan.2006, 08:32 PM

Guess I'm an oldie. Listening to "Cold Shot" by Stevie Ray Vaughan. The best white blues guy ever.

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 7.Jan.2006, 05:30 PM

Teenage wasteland - The Who

Posted by: Eyallow 7.Jan.2006, 05:33 PM

QUOTE (Zara)
love actually always gives me a warm and happy feeling and esp at this time of the year its even better.


Bullshit..nothing exist like love..well love for my parents, my brother, my friends yes..love been man and woman..it is a mystery to me! :evil:

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 7.Jan.2006, 05:37 PM

QUOTE (eyallow)
Bullshit..nothing exist like love..well love for my parents, my brother, my friends yes..love been man and woman..it is a mystery to me! :evil:

Maybe you should look into acquiring one of them airy ones. tongue.gif It will be perfect, whenever you get tired of it, it just to stick a needle into it and it'll fly out of the window, and you'll never hear from her again.

Posted by: Benzed 7.Jan.2006, 07:02 PM

QUOTE (David Taylor)
ohhh and hear comes In Flames probably the best hard rock band in Sweden :twisted:


Yeah, they certainly ain´t METAL any more! I´ll probably go to see them here in Göteborg on their tours in Jan and March anyway.

now playing : Lard - Drug Raid At 4am

incredible ...

Posted by: Eyallow 7.Jan.2006, 07:12 PM

QUOTE (Stebro)
Maybe you should look into acquiring one of them airy ones. tongue.gif It will be perfect, whenever you get tired of it, it just to stick a needle into it and it'll fly out of the window, and you'll never hear from her again.


You have some lung breaking ideas.. Airy ones, does that garantee that they will not fall in love with me and make me feel like a really bad person when i say it is time to walk?

Anyway, i am waiting to feel this thing people call love. Meet a girl and once the bedding act has been performed, i feel that i am done and over with it! :evil:

See i want a woman to sign a contract with.. Have kids and nothing more! :roll:

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 21.Jan.2006, 11:01 PM

The botten is nådd - Timbuktu

Posted by: Mark Boy 21.Jan.2006, 11:03 PM

OK so I may a little stereo typical BUT Madonna's new album is constantly on in my apartment. I listen to it about 4-5 times every day, from start to finish! :oops:

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 21.Jan.2006, 11:05 PM

The Klansman - Bruce Springsteen

Posted by: Alice Is Back 21.Jan.2006, 11:05 PM

QUOTE (Mark Boy)
OK so I may a little stereo typical BUT Madonna's new album is constantly on in my apartment. I listen to it about 4-5 times every day, from start to finish! :oops:


So you admit it too cool laugh.gif

Posted by: Mark Boy 21.Jan.2006, 11:10 PM

QUOTE (Aaron_in_berlin)
So you admit it too cool laugh.gif



I have been a huge fan since a young lad, when VOGUE came out thats when I figured Madge was pretty FABULOUS, I have to admit I taught myself how to Vogue even better than her video coz her style of voguing was pretty lame.

PLUS I have seen her x2 in concert!


AMAZING!
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Posted by: Alice Is Back 21.Jan.2006, 11:15 PM

QUOTE (Mark Boy)
I have been a huge fan since a young lad, when VOGUE came out thats when I figured Madge was pretty FABULOUS, I have to admit I taught myself how to Vogue even better than her video coz her style of voguing was pretty lame.

PLUS I have seen her x2 in concert!


AMAZING!
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okay dansk radio is really bad now!!! Any suggestions for a good radio station??

Posted by: Mark Boy 21.Jan.2006, 11:18 PM

QUOTE (Aaron_in_berlin)
okay dansk radio is really bad now!!! Any suggestions for a good radio station??




this is a local radio station in Ireland.

WWW.coolfm.co.uk or com...it's pretty cool!

Posted by: Alice Is Back 21.Jan.2006, 11:35 PM

QUOTE (Mark Boy)
this is a local radio station in Ireland.

WWW.coolfm.co.uk or com...it's pretty cool!


sorry dude given up on finding the Real Audio address in the Java soup and have moved in to hearing radio bremen, now they are playing madonna!!

Ans if you are wondering why this annoys me so much please read:

http://web.comhem.se/~u18226837/

And please write them a e-mail, they are too good for themselves with their JAVA coffee!

Posted by: Streja 21.Jan.2006, 11:47 PM

I'm not listening to anything right now and therefore I am not allowed to post on this thread, but if I was I would be listening to picnic by the motorway with suede.

Posted by: Ghidorah 22.Jan.2006, 12:34 AM

QUOTE (Benzed)
now playing : Lard - Drug Raid At 4am

incredible ...


Ah, The Last Temptation Of Reid. Great album! Wish I had my copy of that over here...

Currently listening to: Sigur Ros, (). Good to relax to at the end of the day!

Posted by: etuna 22.Jan.2006, 01:09 AM

The Stone Roses. Nostalgia rules...

Posted by: Straad 22.Jan.2006, 02:15 AM

Pete Wylie - SInful, 12inch mix on vinyl 8)

Posted by: Muttlestar Galactica 22.Jan.2006, 02:18 AM

'Smack my bitch up' is always a jolly tune to fall asleep to I find...

Posted by: Simonb 22.Jan.2006, 10:07 AM

pointless nostalgia - jamie cullum :oops:

Posted by: Toronto 1 22.Jan.2006, 01:08 PM

"The Hammer" by Motorhead from No Sleep Till Hammersmith. Excellent live album if there was ever one. biggrin.gif

Posted by: Citrus 22.Jan.2006, 01:20 PM

New order- bizarre love triangle (80s internet radio)

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 22.Jan.2006, 01:55 PM

Someone Special - Hardcore Superstar

Posted by: Renfeh Hguh 22.Jan.2006, 02:59 PM

Wolfmother - Witchcraft

Posted by: Cyberfluff 22.Jan.2006, 06:58 PM

Billie Holiday - God Bless the Child

Posted by: Citrus 22.Jan.2006, 07:11 PM

Michael Jackson Club Athem 2005 Mixed By Dj Torro (80s covermixes FTW)


its not all good though

i once heard that god bless the child song, but it was sung by Lisa Simpson, from the Simpsons..that was before i heard the original...

Posted by: Alice Is Back 22.Jan.2006, 10:44 PM

hey, they are playing really good music in p3 right now, even though I hate hip hop I have always enjoyed the show, the presenter has a really cool voice.

Posted by: Bogsi 23.Jan.2006, 12:30 AM

ULVER "Lost in moments"...

Posted by: Markbase With An Invisible Silen 23.Jan.2006, 11:26 AM

London Lady by The Stranglers.

Mark Base
http://www.markbase.net -
for observations and opinions about life in Helsingborg

Posted by: Benzed 23.Jan.2006, 12:28 PM

Alchemist - Austral Alien

Not bad at all for some Ocker longhairs.

Posted by: Gully Gull 23.Jan.2006, 12:40 PM

QUOTE (Markbase)
London Lady by The Stranglers.

Mark Base
http://www.markbase.net -
for observations and opinions about life in Helsingborg


Mark, that is a great choice. Of course, Hugh Cornwell lived in Sweden (Lund) for a while, and you've got to love Sweden/Sverige (All Quiet on the Eastern Front) - a total classic.

I'm listening to You Can't Fool Me Dennis by The Mystery Jets.

Posted by: Fredde 23.Jan.2006, 12:46 PM

Marlena Shaw - California Soul

It is my ringtone as well smile.gif Can't beat it.

Posted by: Benzed 26.Jan.2006, 03:20 PM

Helmet - Milquetoast

(had to top this thread to celebrate Helmet) :twisted:

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 26.Jan.2006, 04:12 PM

This little girl - Gary US Bonds

Posted by: Dock Hussein Ellis 27.Jan.2006, 05:56 PM

The Stooges- "Johanna"

Although the Stooges (Iggy Pop's band) were American, something Kang pointed out to me is that Swedish radio plays actual music made by people, where US radio is all disposable pop crap or the same 50 classic rock songs they've been playing since 1979. That's why I stopped listening to US radio when I was 16 years old. The Swedish radio stuff Kang's played me sounds like the "underground" music I go to see in small clubs here. Rock's last bastion- Sweden!

OK, now it's Ted Leo- "Loyal To My Sorrowful Country"

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 27.Jan.2006, 06:01 PM

http://www.rocket.fm/news/?ID=184

Click on listen now! It's Little Steven's underground garage! Great show!

Posted by: Cyberfluff 8.Feb.2006, 04:01 AM

Hurts So Good - John Mellencamp

Posted by: Toronto 1 8.Feb.2006, 04:50 AM

A group called "Bathory". Swedish death metal band. I just got the disc today. Its called Hammerheart. This will distrub the neighbours, but some ***hole has been drilling something into his ceiling and the noise is pretty incredible. So I am going to return the favour. laugh.gif

Posted by: Taking A Break 8.Feb.2006, 05:43 AM

I'm listening to my husband show off his trumpet skills for our 5-year-old son. He just got done playing "The Dance" by Garth Brooks (only sheet music he could find right now). smile.gif

Posted by: Taking A Break 8.Feb.2006, 05:46 AM

Now he's moved on to the guitar, playing one of his own songs. I'm glad, as "The Dance" didn't really work well for me on the trumpet. :roll:

Posted by: Cyberfluff 8.Feb.2006, 07:58 AM

When I Come Around - Green Day

Posted by: Mekondjo 8.Feb.2006, 08:38 AM

''i gotta stay flyahahahaha...tilll i dieahahahahahaha...'' by 3 Six Mafias.

Posted by: Mnemonic 8.Feb.2006, 09:28 AM

Here is a tip if you want to keep track of your listening and show others and maybe find new music..

http://www.last.fm/

Posted by: Benzed 8.Feb.2006, 11:13 AM

QUOTE (Toronto 1)
A group called "Bathory". Swedish death metal band. I just got the disc today. Its called Hammerheart. This will distrub the neighbours, but some ***hole has been drilling something into his ceiling and the noise is pretty incredible. So I am going to return the favour. laugh.gif


Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeet!! laugh.gif

I am sadly listening to Roxette...

Posted by: Tuaman 8.Feb.2006, 11:15 AM

Per Gessle was in the office last week!

Posted by: Benzed 8.Feb.2006, 11:17 AM

Not stealing all Gervais´ good lines I hope?

Posted by: Tuaman 8.Feb.2006, 11:19 AM

haha... no! Apparently he comes in all the time - I'm new here though..

Check out www.pandora.com

its really cool, it sugests music you should like judging from your existing taste...

Posted by: Mike #1986 8.Feb.2006, 01:00 PM

ROBBIE WILLIAMS...RADIO..on my Itunes party shuffle /powerbook/mac
TAKE ME AWAY...STONEBRIDGE

Posted by: Braderunner Rennuredarb 8.Feb.2006, 01:07 PM

Hed Kandi - The Mix 50 - CD#2 (The twisted Disco Mix)

Actually...Track 14 - DJ Gregory - "Tropical Soundclash"

Posted by: Cyberfluff 8.Feb.2006, 01:24 PM

The Freshman - The Verve Pipe

Posted by: Kodos 8.Feb.2006, 04:26 PM

Mexican Radio - Wall of Voodoo

Posted by: Aneud 8.Feb.2006, 05:31 PM

Tom Jones - Kissssssss *missing drooling smiley*

Posted by: Aneud 8.Feb.2006, 05:32 PM

Ah the time that I quote myself has come lol. Well I just wanted to remark on the poor choise of words before anyone else does. Maybe *missing yummy smiley* would have worked better than kissing and drooling :oops:

Ready, back to appearing interested in the test my student is taking. laugh.gif

Posted by: Rabea 8.Feb.2006, 07:07 PM

Maximo Park - Graffiti tongue.gif

Posted by: Reas 8.Feb.2006, 10:58 PM

Tiger Lou - Albino Apperal

Seeing them tomorrow and I've barely listened to their newest album, so Im lgoing through it a couple of times now.

Posted by: Benzed 9.Feb.2006, 02:46 AM

Sinergy - Spit On Your Grave

Posted by: Cyberfluff 9.Feb.2006, 03:59 AM

End of the World - REM

Posted by: Cyberfluff 9.Feb.2006, 08:29 AM

Release the Hostages - Dayglo Abortions

Posted by: Mahmood 9.Feb.2006, 08:34 AM

Borrowed Heaven, Corrs. Love its beat.

Posted by: David Taylor 9.Feb.2006, 09:24 AM

Dare by the Gorillaz not my usual taste but a very good song

Posted by: Cyberfluff 9.Feb.2006, 10:54 AM

Mambo No. 5 - Lou Bega

Posted by: Straad 9.Feb.2006, 10:56 AM

Krafty - New Order

Posted by: Kodos 9.Feb.2006, 02:49 PM

Under Pressure - Queen & David Bowie

Posted by: Supervixen 9.Feb.2006, 03:07 PM

well, no music allowed at work, but my 'internal radio' is playing 'I bet that you look good on the dance floor' by Arctic Monkeys. Gave in and bought the album, and now I can't get that and 'Mardy Bum' off of my brain...

Posted by: Littlefair 9.Feb.2006, 08:04 PM

For some reason jessie paints a picture :twisted:

I must be losing some nastiness...now where did I put the german stuff :twisted:

Posted by: Bigd 9.Feb.2006, 08:09 PM

i normally listen to a lot from this website

www.electromancer.com

right now its this guy

www.electromancer.com/artists/squishmusic


groovy lounge music

Posted by: Citrus 9.Feb.2006, 08:26 PM

John Coltrane - My Favorite Things/ Untitled Original

(gold...aural gold I tells ya)

Posted by: Kris16 9.Feb.2006, 08:45 PM

Wow what is there to say! Catsuits and crazy kinky ppl ok im the kinky one o well!
the last song i listened to was move along by the all-american rejects!! good stuff

Posted by: Littlefair 9.Feb.2006, 09:22 PM

LOL another attracted here by Holecutter be careful now. These are shark infested waters. :twisted:

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 9.Feb.2006, 09:23 PM

Darkness on the edge of town - Bruce Springsteen

Posted by: Kodos 9.Feb.2006, 09:38 PM

QUOTE (Monday)
John Coltrane - My Favorite Things/ Untitled Original

(gold...aural gold I tells ya)


Dock was playing that a few weeks ago. Quite lovely.

Posted by: Toronto 1 10.Feb.2006, 02:56 AM

Wish I had an Angel, by Nightwish. "Once" is a terrific cd. One of best I have heard of new music in a while. biggrin.gif

Posted by: Bo 10.Feb.2006, 03:01 AM

Metallica - Master of puppets

Posted by: Mark Boy 10.Feb.2006, 08:27 AM

I am STILL addicted to Madonna's new album! FAB FAB FAB!



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Posted by: Cyberfluff 10.Feb.2006, 08:29 AM

Reptile - Nine Inch Nails

Posted by: David Taylor 10.Feb.2006, 10:02 AM

symphony of destruction by Megadeth. A classic.

Posted by: Braderunner Rennuredarb 10.Feb.2006, 10:14 AM

DJ Baby Anne - Assault (disc 1)
(off the DJ Baby Anne & Jen Lasher CD set Assault and Battery)

Nothing like some break beats with morning coffee... :twisted:

Posted by: Cyberfluff 10.Feb.2006, 11:44 AM

Summer Breeze - Type O Negative

Posted by: Benzed 10.Feb.2006, 11:48 AM

:shock:

Pleasantly surprised by that one.

I´m listening to something crap on a popular radio channel here in Göteborg - I´m sure I´ll hear it every hour for the rest of the day and be able to post its name later on ... :wink: :roll:

Posted by: David Taylor 10.Feb.2006, 12:06 PM

Coldplay: Speed of sound

Posted by: Cyberfluff 10.Feb.2006, 01:11 PM

Paint it Black - Rolling Stones

Posted by: Tuaman 10.Feb.2006, 01:17 PM

DJ Shasow - GDMFSOB, preceeded by Richard Hawley - Coles Corner...

Incidentally Hawley is playing at Berns in Sthlm next Wednesday, go check him out...

Posted by: Benzed 10.Feb.2006, 01:27 PM

QUOTE (David Taylor)
symphony of destruction by Megadeth. A classic.


My wedding song! How zen.

I am listening to Dark Tranquillity

METAL I5 TEH RULZORZ LOL

Posted by: Cyberfluff 11.Feb.2006, 01:42 AM

Red Right Hand - Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

Posted by: Benzed 11.Feb.2006, 02:07 AM

QUOTE (Toronto 1)
Wish I had an Angel, by Nightwish. "Once" is a terrific cd. One of best I have heard of new music in a while. biggrin.gif


You listen to some great stuff mate! Saw them in London 04. Great show. Sad that Tarja has left, I will miss her medieval bosom dresses.

Listening to Neurosis´ "Through Silver In Blood" - best "doom" album ever? I reckon so. Also an odd 2am Sverige news broadcast is on the box

Posted by: Dock Hussein Ellis 11.Feb.2006, 03:26 PM

Queens Of The Stone Age- Feel Good Hit Of The Summer

Posted by: Markbase With An Invisible Silen 11.Feb.2006, 06:42 PM

Moya Pevitsa by Mumiy Troll, a Russian band.
See: http://smtf.lunarpages.com/ which is the Scandinavian fan club.

It's good stuff, even if I can't understand anything.

Mark Base
http://www.markbase.net -
for observations and opinions about life in Helsingborg

Posted by: Cyberfluff 11.Feb.2006, 06:51 PM

One for My Baby - Ella Fitzgerald

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 11.Feb.2006, 10:50 PM

Thundercrack - Bruce Springsteen

Posted by: Cyberfluff 11.Feb.2006, 10:58 PM

American Pie - Don McLean

Posted by: Roowhip 11.Feb.2006, 11:58 PM

QUOTE
Thundercrack - Bruce Springsteen


Is this Swedish humour Stebro :?

Posted by: Cyberfluff 12.Feb.2006, 12:02 AM

Barbie Girl - Aqua

In honor of Mark Boy

Posted by: Benzed 12.Feb.2006, 01:52 AM

Streets - "track 7" :?

"meet me at the gates, don´t be late" ...

Great man, gives me good memories of Brixton town - me old stomping ground, geezer.

Posted by: Dock Hussein Ellis 12.Feb.2006, 04:00 AM

Mission Of Burma- "This Is Not A Photograph" from a very cool live music archive-

http://www.archive.org/audio/etreelisting-browse.php

The cool part is, I was at this show!

Posted by: Littlefair 12.Feb.2006, 11:05 AM

Wake me up when September ends Greenday. :twisted:

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 12.Feb.2006, 01:30 PM

QUOTE (Andersson)
QUOTE
Thundercrack - Bruce Springsteen


Is this Swedish humour Stebro :?

It is a song actually tongue.gif

Posted by: Benzed 12.Feb.2006, 01:42 PM

Ramses Bringer Of War - NILE

If this doesn´t wake me up, nowt will innit. :shock:

Posted by: Nae Bother 12.Feb.2006, 04:32 PM

I'm listening to The Devin Townsend Band : Synchestra m/
Nile : Good shout Mr Benzed seem em 4 times
:twisted:

Posted by: Benzed 13.Feb.2006, 01:15 AM

Only twice myself, they´re sweeeeet though. Shrines is phenomenal!

Entombed playing the rock boat to Oslo on April 22 dude! And Göteborg April 1. I´m there.

NP MTV late night bollocks :roll:

Posted by: Biko 13.Feb.2006, 09:12 PM

Johnny Cash and June Carter - Jackson

Posted by: Dock Hussein Ellis 13.Feb.2006, 09:29 PM

Husker Du- "Books About UFOs"

Posted by: Kodos 13.Feb.2006, 09:32 PM

Love My Way by The Psychedelic Furs

Posted by: Dock Hussein Ellis 13.Feb.2006, 09:45 PM

The Ventures- "Diamond Head"

Posted by: Fredde 13.Feb.2006, 11:48 PM

Cant let go by Anthony Hamilton. You have not lived if you have not grooved to this.

Gospel infused southern soul aaaaaaahh!

Damn that by Conya Doss ... WOOOOOW!!!

Posted by: Benzed 14.Feb.2006, 12:16 AM

Sepultura - Terrritory. on MTV Superrock.

Really is much heavier than I remembered it tongue.gif

Posted by: Alfredo 14.Feb.2006, 07:49 AM

Air Hostess - Busted.

Top Valentine's tune !

Posted by: Wolfie 14.Feb.2006, 09:10 AM

John Frusciante - Everyperson

Posted by: Rachel F 22.Feb.2006, 06:23 PM

Paul Weller's 'Brand New Start'...I got a bit of a lump in my throat listening to it, absolutely no idea why...the first syptoms of bird flu...

Posted by: Mark Boy 23.Feb.2006, 08:23 AM

QUOTE (Melanie)
Barbie Girl - Aqua

In honor of Mark Boy




laugh.gif laugh.gif


xxx

Posted by: Benzed 23.Feb.2006, 02:08 PM

DJ Food - Jazz Breaks Vol II

Posted by: Benzed 23.Feb.2006, 02:13 PM

Hendrix - Killing Floor

Posted by: Tuaman 23.Feb.2006, 04:22 PM

Jimmy James - The Beastie Boys...

Posted by: David Taylor 23.Feb.2006, 05:52 PM

Slayer: Reign in blood.

Posted by: Benzed 23.Feb.2006, 06:19 PM

^ ^ biggrin.gif

The Doors - Who Do You Love (live!11!11!)

now it´s Bigg Jus - Say Goodbye

Pretty much the only rapper I listen to.

Posted by: Göran Eklund 23.Feb.2006, 06:38 PM

Mozart. No sing-song.

Posted by: Dock Hussein Ellis 23.Feb.2006, 07:10 PM

The Who- "Much Too Much"

gotta love that ipod shuffle...

Posted by: Nae Bother 23.Feb.2006, 09:32 PM

Make them Suffer : Cannibal Corpse
The new track from the album Kill
These guys never cease to amaze with technical death metal played the way it should be !!!!!!
:twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

Posted by: Dock Hussein Ellis 23.Feb.2006, 11:31 PM

QUOTE (Nae Bother)
These guys never cease to amaze with technical death metal played the way it should be !!!!!!


You mean in a soundproof, underground bunker hundreds of miles from the nearest population center?

(sorry, just yanking your chain- couldn't resist!) laugh.gif

Posted by: Dock Hussein Ellis 23.Feb.2006, 11:35 PM

The Stooges- "Penetration"

Posted by: Benzed 24.Feb.2006, 12:59 AM

Some Finnish band called Coma Petrol or something?

Very relaxing, a bit of a Cardigans vibe about them. :arrow:

Posted by: Wolfie 24.Feb.2006, 11:14 AM

The Clash - Safe European Home

Posted by: Mark Boy 24.Feb.2006, 11:19 AM

Red Stewart on VH1, I actually like Rod Stewart now after seeing him in concert at Christmas time with my mother in Belfast!



:wink:

Posted by: Benzed 24.Feb.2006, 02:25 PM

Mastodon - March Of The Fire Ants

Posted by: David Taylor 24.Feb.2006, 04:05 PM

oooooohhhh me likes that song. Seen them live twice once at Hultsfred and once when they supported In Flames. I went to that concert watched Mastodon and In Flames and went home. I hate Iron Maiden.

Posted by: David Taylor 24.Feb.2006, 04:08 PM

Wait and Bleed - Slipknot.

Posted by: Nae Bother 24.Feb.2006, 05:13 PM

Ha ha nice one Dock
Must have seen CC live too i guess tongue.gif
Today is a milder day though
Slaughtercult : Exhumed :twisted:
We need a Metal thread happening seeing as Sweden has some killer bands

Posted by: Dock Hussein Ellis 25.Feb.2006, 05:15 AM

QUOTE (Nae Bother)
Ha ha nice one Dock
Must have seen CC live too i guess tongue.gif


Glad you took it in the spirit intended...

now, Funkadelic- "Maggot Brain"

Posted by: Ems 25.Feb.2006, 05:36 AM

jay-jay johanson - even in the darkest hour

Posted by: Bo 25.Feb.2006, 08:23 AM

ministry of sound the annual 2006 cd1

Posted by: Dock Hussein Ellis 25.Feb.2006, 07:45 PM

NWA- Straight Outta Compton

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 25.Feb.2006, 11:17 PM

No more mr nice guy - Alice Cooper

Posted by: Crusader 25.Feb.2006, 11:19 PM

Russ Abbott - Atmosphere...

Posted by: Wolfie 26.Feb.2006, 12:12 AM

I have to admire your honesty
biggrin.gif

Posted by: Benzed 27.Feb.2006, 05:17 PM

Yr City´s A Sucker (My City´s A Creep)

Not sure who it is by at this time.

Posted by: Nae Bother 27.Feb.2006, 08:48 PM

Lost to Apathy by Dark Tranquility
:twisted: :twisted: :twisted: . Wanted to say Mad Butcher by Destruction and dedicate it to the Locals own Sausage Meister Mr Taylor of Sweden (fellow metal head it seems with the Reign in Blood shout earlier )

Posted by: Burton3eleven 27.Feb.2006, 08:57 PM

prince caspian -- phish

pop music is hell

Posted by: Cyberfluff 27.Feb.2006, 09:27 PM

Let's Spend the Night Together - Rolling Stones

Posted by: Dock Hussein Ellis 27.Feb.2006, 10:13 PM

Bob Dylan- "Queen Jane Approximately"

Posted by: Toronto 1 28.Feb.2006, 12:28 AM

I just got my imported Swedish Viking death metal cds today. Hate to one up you. Nordland 1 by Bathory. Nothing upsets the neighbours more than swedish death metal. :twisted: :twisted:
Too bad he pasted away a couple years ago. Excellent tunes.
Quorthon R.I.P.

Posted by: Kodos 28.Feb.2006, 01:37 AM

I stood in line with Anthrax in JFK on my way to Sweden. Does that count??? :wink:

Posted by: Benzed 28.Feb.2006, 02:33 AM

They´re coming to Sweden next month actually, I´ll have to wave your mugshot at the band as they rip out "Madhouse" and see if it triggers anything laugh.gif

np LCD Soundsystem - Disco Infiltrator

Posted by: Kodos 28.Feb.2006, 02:37 AM

laugh.gif

Imagine silly me standing in line with Anthrax. I called Dock and squealed into the phone, "I'm in the airport with Anthrax!!!"

Not the smartest thing to do post 09.11...

Posted by: Cyberfluff 28.Feb.2006, 03:14 AM

QUOTE (Kang)
laugh.gif

Imagine silly me standing in line with Anthrax. I called Dock and squealed into the phone, "I'm in the airport with Antrhax!!!"

Not the smartest thing to do post 09.11...


[img]http://www.websmileys.com/sm/happy/859.gif[/img]

Funniest airport story EVAR.

Posted by: Toronto 1 28.Feb.2006, 10:33 AM

Standing next to Anthrax at JFK would be so cool. But phoning Dock and saying your standing next to Anthrax a t JFK would be priceless. laugh.gif
They have been around for a while.

Posted by: Dock Hussein Ellis 28.Feb.2006, 02:40 PM

QUOTE (Kang)
Imagine silly me standing in line with Anthrax. I called Dock and squealed into the phone, "I'm in the airport with Anthrax!!!"


My first thought was some kind of terror attack had occurred... my second thought was that Kang was going to airport jail for babbling about anthrax while in the customs line at JFK.

Now playing: Big Star- "February's Quiet"

Posted by: Natooke 28.Feb.2006, 04:42 PM

I'm listening to RUSH By -Tor and the Snow Dog.





[img]http://www.canswe.org/img/layout/mnu_CISlogo.gif[/img] www.canswe.org

Posted by: Benzed 28.Feb.2006, 05:04 PM

Urban Underground - Take It Easy (Plump DJ´s mix)

I need a smilie that indicates going "proper apeshit" on a dancefloor biggrin.gif

This is so great as it is now, I can´t imagine how intoxicating these beats would be if you were off yer face in a club.

Kang - great story. I was in NYC when the anthrax scares were occurring, had some funny encounters there myself.

Posted by: Julie Ryman 28.Feb.2006, 05:22 PM

Gasoline-by Seether :twisted:

Posted by: Crusader 28.Feb.2006, 10:51 PM

MahnahMahnah - Animal and the Muppets

Posted by: Dock Hussein Ellis 2.Mar.2006, 10:09 PM

CCR- "Effigy"

Posted by: Kodos 2.Mar.2006, 10:11 PM

QUOTE (Crusader)
MahnahMahnah - Animal and the Muppets


Do do do-do
Do do do do

...

Posted by: Tuaman 2.Mar.2006, 10:20 PM

U.N.K.L.E - Rabbit in your headlights (Scratch Perverts live edition)

Hope shadow comes to Sweden on tour soon!

Posted by: Toronto 1 2.Mar.2006, 11:15 PM

Boomtown Rats "I Don't like Monday's." Picked up this CD at HMV.
Had the LP when it first came out in the 80's.
So I got the CD because I had alot of my LP's stolen.
(Death to those who steal other people's CD's or music.) :evil:

Posted by: Benzed 3.Mar.2006, 02:29 AM

Kataklysm - In The Arms Of Devastation

Yussssssssss! Nae Bother, Toronto, fellow metallers - you gots to pick this fresh slab of brutality up! And we sooo need a headbanging smilie on here :twisted:

Posted by: Ezpen The Caveman 3.Mar.2006, 08:47 AM

CC Cowboys - Vill, Vakker og Våt...

Posted by: Toronto 1 3.Mar.2006, 11:47 AM

Benzed you got Kataklysm-In the arms of Devastation.Cool!!
I saw this on Nuclear Blast records Europe. The French-Canadian group are insanely popular in Germany and Central Europe.
If you love metal like I do, go to www.nuclearblast.de and check it out.
I think there going to be touriing in Germany, Belgium and France, then hop across the pond and play in the U.S. and Canada. biggrin.gif

Posted by: Harry 3.Mar.2006, 11:49 AM

Barbra Windsa Stits - The Bobble Hats and Parkas

Posted by: (capital B) Blondie, Tl F 3.Mar.2006, 09:31 PM

8) hopes and dreams by keane later a bit of richard ashcroft then probably james blunt
(well it is :twisted: friday night)!!!!!!!

Posted by: Dock Hussein Ellis 4.Mar.2006, 12:52 AM

MC5- "Gold"

Posted by: Tuaman 4.Mar.2006, 01:08 AM

QUOTE (blondie)
8) hopes and dreams by keane later a bit of richard ashcroft then probably james blunt
(well it is :twisted: friday night)!!!!!!!


Keane . Hobbit for a lead singer, no guitars.
Blunt - Posh tw@t

Posted by: Dock Hussein Ellis 4.Mar.2006, 01:09 AM

Stooges- "Search And Destroy"

http://www.thelocal.se/discuss/viewtopic.php?t=2088
The Local - View topic - Bruce B / Dock Ellis cage match!

Posted by: (capital B) Blondie, Tl F 4.Mar.2006, 08:52 AM

QUOTE (Paul S)
Keane . Hobbit for a lead singer, no guitars.
Blunt - Posh tw@t
laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif laugh.gif each to their own!!

Posted by: Benzed 4.Mar.2006, 02:58 PM

QUOTE (Toronto 1)
Benzed you got Kataklysm-In the arms of Devastation.Cool!!
I saw this on Nuclear Blast records Europe. The French-Canadian group are insanely popular in Germany and Central Europe.
If you love metal like I do, go to www.nuclearblast.de and check it out.
I think there going to be touriing in Germany, Belgium and France, then hop across the pond and play in the U.S. and Canada. biggrin.gif


Used to be on the Nuclear Blast mailing list when I lived in London, great catalogues plus a chance to brush up on the German at the same time smile.gif

I haven´t listened to Kataklysm for years, but a mate in Michigan was filling his trousers over how good it was so I requested a file transfer on AIM and lo and behold - she´s a cracker!

np Simon & Garfunkel - The Boxer :shock:

Posted by: Toronto 1 4.Mar.2006, 03:55 PM

Right now something mellow, Kuolema Tekee Taiteiijan by Nightwish.
I am getting my Nightwish box set next week via Finland. biggrin.gif
The happy part, I did not have to buy it through HMV, Virgin or any other big box record store. My nice, friendly, music-oriented store across the street gladly helped me out.
I hate going to the faceless, unfriendly, somebody looking at you like "why the hell are you buying that" look when you go to pay for it.
They can all go f**kthemselves, I will never, ever go back to a big store for music ever, ever again.
The boxset is from 1997-2001. Angels fall first, wishmaster, oceanborn and over the hills and far away. The discs are also picture discs, with a picture of Tarja on them when put together.

Posted by: Benzed 4.Mar.2006, 05:14 PM

I have that boxset! Purchased in Stockholm coincidentally in 2003! biggrin.gif

Posted by: Nae Bother 5.Mar.2006, 04:12 PM

Good Shout Mr Benzed I'll pick up a copy asap, I saw Kataklysm last July and they slayed.
My good friend Ramses (Yes you read right calls himself after the Bringer of War !!!!) is a close buddy of Kataklysm and has the old symbol tattooed on his arm. Getting stuck into Dark Tranquility's Character album ( Kicking myself for not going to see them at Tradgarn in GBG last December.) Hornz m/ to Benzed and Mr Toronto. Did you guys check out this weeks Rundgang on SVT2 where the presenters had a jam session with Entombed, was pretty cool :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

Posted by: Benzed 5.Mar.2006, 04:17 PM

Argh really? My fave Swedish metallers of all. Still eager to see them on that rock boat to Oslo at the end of April, not sure where to enquire about tickets though.

Just finished another listening of Kataklysm - time to crank her up again! It´s not groundbreaking, it´s just good solid damaging metal :twisted:

Posted by: Nae Bother 5.Mar.2006, 07:06 PM

http://www.rocktheboat.no
Should give ticket details for you Benzed
Looks like a great line up

Posted by: Benzed 5.Mar.2006, 08:15 PM

Cheers! And for the email too.

Saw Kreator last year (with your sadly missed Tranquillity lads in support) in London and they were nothing short of phenomenal.

Bit pricier than I hoped for, considering I´ll probably spend that again on booze over two days, but will try to convince some amigos to take the plunge (not literally I hope, not looking for a Titanic repeat or anything) and go along with me... :?

Posted by: Littlefair 6.Mar.2006, 01:14 AM

I am sailing, I am sailing,
Home again ?cross the sea.
I am sailing, stormy waters,
To be near you, to be free.

I am flying, I am flying,
Like a bird ?cross the sky.
I am flying, passing high clouds,
To be with you, to be free.

Can you hear me, can you hear me
Thro? the dark night, far away,
I am dying, forever trying,
To be with you, who can say.

Can you hear me, can you hear me,
Thro? the dark night far away.
I am dying, forever trying,
To be with you, who can say.

We are sailing, we are sailing,
Home again ?cross the sea.
We are sailing stormy waters,
To be near you, to be free.

Oh lord, to be near you, to be free.
Oh lord, to be near you, to be free,
Oh lord. :twisted:

Posted by: Benzed 6.Mar.2006, 01:56 AM

Kill Yourself!
Kill Yourself!
Why Don´t You Kill Yourself!
Don´t Rely On Noone Else!
End It All And Kill Yourself NOW!

Sorry - just having a wee singalong here, myself :twisted:

Posted by: Toronto 1 6.Mar.2006, 02:02 AM

The forefathers of black metal will be coming out with a new CD in April.
Venom is releasing Metal Black some time in April.
Outta be good. And then a tour to support the music.
That would be better!!!

Posted by: Cyberfluff 6.Mar.2006, 02:23 AM

Oh, lyrics, huh?

Apathy has rained on me
Now I'm feeling like a
Soggy dream
So close to drowning but
I don't mind
I've lived in this mental cave
Throw emotions in the grave
Hell, who needs them
anyway
So close to drowning but
I don't mind
I've lived in this mental cave
Throw emotions in the grave
Hell, who needs them
anyway

Posted by: Benzed 6.Mar.2006, 02:33 AM

QUOTE (Toronto 1)
The forefathers of black metal will be coming out with a new CD in April.
Venom is releasing Metal Black some time in April.
Outta be good. And then a tour to support the music.
That would be better!!!


Mate! Apparently it´s terrible. :cry:

Posted by: Benzed 11.Mar.2006, 01:49 PM

Van Halen - Me Wise Magic

Awesome. Old boys, Diamond Dave back again ... phenomenal tune.

Posted by: Mark Boy 11.Mar.2006, 01:52 PM

I am not actually listening to music BUT instead watching Ruby Wax meets...John McEnroe, he is actually quite funny and as usual Ruby is a scream.



laugh.gif

Posted by: Benzed 11.Mar.2006, 02:45 PM

Ruby Wax needs a bullet. As funny as a fart in a funeral.

Posted by: Kodos 13.Mar.2006, 05:15 PM

Feeling a skosh nostalgic with this lovely spring weather.

Love Will Tear Us Apart - Joy Division

Posted by: Crusader 13.Mar.2006, 06:04 PM

Fat Les - Vindaloo

Posted by: Kodos 13.Mar.2006, 06:28 PM

VINDALOOOOOOO!!!!

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 13.Mar.2006, 07:27 PM

This song is so freaking good, but I guess that I shouldn't say what it's called since it could give the right wing supporters some fire laugh.gif

Posted by: Toronto 1 14.Mar.2006, 12:28 AM

I am listening to the Carpenter by Nightwish from the album Angels fall first.
I finally got the Nightwish box set that I ordered.
The record store I go to got it from Finland via E-bay.
biggrin.gif biggrin.gif

Posted by: Benzed 14.Mar.2006, 03:15 AM

Green Day :

Geek!
Stink!
Breath!

Posted by: Nae Bother 14.Mar.2006, 09:53 AM

Sepultura Dante XXI :evil: is a pleasant surprise get the whole album through streaming now on MP3.com definitely a good warm up for In Flames on the up and coming tour
:twisted:

Posted by: Benzed 14.Mar.2006, 02:26 PM

Is Igor drumming on that?

I liked Roorback but nobody else did, how would you compare it to that?

I have to email you about this sweeeeeeeeeet fest in Slovenia called Metal Camp, I might go to that instead of Wacken! Or ideally, I will roadtrip both. Check it out mate!

NP: Danzig - Dirty Black Summer

Posted by: Mark Boy aka Mary 14.Mar.2006, 03:32 PM

GLORIA GAYNOR AND THE VILLAGE PEOPLE!


[img]http://www.websmileys.com/sm/crazy/253.gif[/img]

Posted by: Mark Boy aka Mary 14.Mar.2006, 03:44 PM

I need a hero, Bonnie Tyler...oh how I miss chatting to Littlefair! :wink:

Posted by: Nae Bother 14.Mar.2006, 05:04 PM

Yeah Igor is on the newie, I think there are more intense bits in Dante XXI than in Roorback which I thought was an ok cd too. Roy Mayorga ex Soulfly is filling in for Igor on the In Flames tour though.

Now Playing Dry Run : Dark Tranquility
tongue.gif

Posted by: Kodos 14.Mar.2006, 05:12 PM

Fade Into You - Mazzy Star

Posted by: Roowhip 14.Mar.2006, 05:13 PM

QUOTE
Simon & Garfunkel - The Boxer

Benzed, The Boxer is my Favourite Simon & Garfunkel song..you have reminded me to get out my greatest hits collection but I can't find it..lost perhaps in the move here :cry: Oh well..will have to put on some James Blunt instead..another of your favourites.. :wink:

Posted by: Benzed 15.Mar.2006, 02:46 AM

:shock:

Ah, Mr Andersson. We ... don´t joke ... about Blunt.

[img]http://www.ghostofaflea.com/archives/AgentSmith.jpg[/img]

Now .. wipe me down ... immediately.

NP Green Carnation - Light Of Day, Day Of Darkness - best 62 minute long song / album evarrrr

Posted by: David Taylor 17.Mar.2006, 11:24 AM

take this life IN FLAMES

Posted by: Mark Boy aka Mary 17.Mar.2006, 11:39 AM

Danny Boy, by Irish singer BRIAN KENNEDY!

HAPPY ST PADDY'S DAY!

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 17.Mar.2006, 02:09 PM

I don't wanna go home -Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes

Posted by: Alfredo 17.Mar.2006, 02:32 PM

Sweetness ... nah,nah,nah,naaaah, I was only joking ... - Morrissey and gang

Posted by: Toronto 1 18.Mar.2006, 01:57 AM

Iron Maiden "Prowler". There very first album, made back in 79'-80'.
Geez I must be getting old. But this stuff is getting louder.
That's okay, the guy above us was drilling again.
Just wait, I am going to drill him when I get my 2 Bathory cd's I ordered.
Nordland 1 and Nordland 2.
The fun will begin. laugh.gif

Posted by: Benzed 18.Mar.2006, 02:14 PM

You listen to some sweet schtick my man.

NP: Kataklysm - Temptation´s Nest

Posted by: Toronto 1 18.Mar.2006, 03:31 PM

Thanks Benzed. Kataklysm is one cool band. French-Canadian's who play there asses off. Not really huge over in North America but from what I understand huge in Europe.
Especially Germany. There starting to tour in Europe again. Go to Nuclear Blast Europe and it will tell you when there playing.
Also Benzed if you see Nightwish cd single "The Carpenter" over there could you let me know. Next to impossible to get it in Canada. Thanks. biggrin.gif

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 18.Mar.2006, 04:07 PM

Baba o'riley - The Who

Posted by: Littlefair 18.Mar.2006, 04:43 PM

QUOTE (Mark Boy aka Mary)
Danny Boy, by Irish singer BRIAN KENNEDY!

HAPPY ST PADDY'S DAY!


Oh Mary Boy the pipes the pipes are calling. :twisted:

Posted by: Benzed 18.Mar.2006, 11:26 PM

QUOTE (Toronto 1)
Benzed if you see Nightwish cd single "The Carpenter" over there could you let me know. Next to impossible to get it in Canada. Thanks. biggrin.gif


No problem fella 8)

NP Alice In Chains - Hate To Feel

Posted by: Benzed 19.Mar.2006, 12:18 AM

Tool - Parabola

Posted by: Dakyras 19.Mar.2006, 12:54 AM

An excellent choice.

Posted by: Dakyras 19.Mar.2006, 01:21 AM

Edited because it was a pig pile of melodramatic sh*t biggrin.gif

Posted by: Kodos 19.Mar.2006, 01:24 AM

Big, slimy hugs for Daky.

/Kang

Posted by: Littlefair 19.Mar.2006, 07:10 AM

hey your mine :twisted:

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 19.Mar.2006, 11:13 AM

Tenth Avenue Freeze-out - Bruce Springsteen

Posted by: Braderunner Rennuredarb 19.Mar.2006, 11:20 AM

Chan Chan off the Buena Vista Social Club :wink:

One of the most moving tracks... *smiles nodding to the beat*

Posted by: Benzed 20.Mar.2006, 02:13 AM

Gaudi - Dub It

Quality electronic dub, I can feel a passion for rum growing in my belly, and a side order of rice and peas wouldn´t go a miss either.

Posted by: Benzed 27.Mar.2006, 02:25 PM

Ministry - Lay Lady Lay

Posted by: Bishop Conkers 27.Mar.2006, 02:30 PM

Danko Jones - Sleep is the Enemy...

or...

William Shatner - Has Been...

Why do women like movie soundtracks so much... I never got that...

Conk

Posted by: Benzed 28.Mar.2006, 02:52 PM

Children of Bodom`s cover of Andrew WK "She Is Beautiful" ... oh shiiiit now it`s bible bashing Creed. *innocent whistle*

Posted by: (capital B) Blondie, Tl F 28.Mar.2006, 05:23 PM

scissor sisters

Posted by: Benzed 29.Mar.2006, 12:27 AM

Pantera - The Greeeeeeeat! Southeerrn! Trendkill!

Posted by: Meglos 29.Mar.2006, 03:10 AM

None... I'm listening to my colleague have a conversation on his forbannad speaker phone.
Aaaaarrrrgh!

Posted by: Julie Ryman 29.Mar.2006, 03:30 AM

Wish You Were Here-Pink Flloyd-one of my favorites!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: Braderunner Rennuredarb 29.Mar.2006, 05:53 AM

Some song by Thievery Cooporation...I dont wanna try and find what track number...too sleepy...but gotta get ready for work...

Posted by: Benzed 29.Mar.2006, 02:24 PM

Jason, they`re pretty cool. Havbe a compilation somewhere of theirs. Remixes I think.

NP: Lard - Forkboy

Posted by: Benzed 30.Mar.2006, 03:01 PM

Air - Surfing On A Rocket

Man, my gay gene is really starting to dominate these days biggrin.gif

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 30.Mar.2006, 03:02 PM

Nothing compares 2 u - Stereophonics

Posted by: Wolfie 31.Mar.2006, 10:34 PM

Roxy Music - Bitter-Sweet

Posted by: Tsunami Scapegoat 3.Apr.2006, 10:13 PM

1.alla talar med varandra/real group. is a genius popsong unrivalled lyrics.
2.feel/robbie williams
3.valerie/steve winwood. gratest pop tune of all time ...

Posted by: Kodos 3.Apr.2006, 10:14 PM

Welcome...Tusnami. Not sure if I agree with your taste in music, but I absolutely adore your handle.

Posted by: Cyberfluff 4.Apr.2006, 02:25 AM

Ghost of Yesterday - Billie Holiday

Posted by: Dock Hussein Ellis 4.Apr.2006, 02:47 AM

"Super Service Man"- a song about a restaraunt owner. It's something I just posted to my NEW MP3 BLOG (shameless plug), which you can check out here:

http://cutout-bin.blogspot.com/
The Cutout Bin

(pandering mode: OFF)

Posted by: Dock Hussein Ellis 4.Apr.2006, 02:49 AM

OK, now it's Black Sabbath- "NIB"

Posted by: Benzed 4.Apr.2006, 04:30 AM

Dock - sweet. Pretty sure that made my "top 10" on te relevant thread.

NP Cult Of Luna - The Beyond

They`re from Umea, incidentally... great band.

Posted by: Crusader 4.Apr.2006, 08:49 AM

Fraggle Rock theme from the TV show

Posted by: Ezpen The Caveman 4.Apr.2006, 08:52 AM

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Posted by: Kym 4.Apr.2006, 10:31 AM

Moonbaby by Godsmack... getting ready to head to the gym.. smile.gif LOL that and ADIDAS by Disturbed always get my pulse going!

Posted by: Alfredo 4.Apr.2006, 12:46 PM

We're From Barcelona !

Check it out now :

http://www.imfrombarcelona.com/

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Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 4.Apr.2006, 12:51 PM

The handbags & The gladrags - Stereophonics

Posted by: Toronto 1 5.Apr.2006, 03:11 AM

I just recieved my Bathory cds today. They are Nordland 1 and 2 the last one's he did.
They are Viking metal and they are great. He was basically a one man band.
He also was Swedish. biggrin.gif

Posted by: Benzed 5.Apr.2006, 03:32 AM

QUOTE (Kym)
Moonbaby by Godsmack... getting ready to head to the gym.. smile.gif LOL that and ADIDAS by Disturbed always get my pulse going!


Kym, surely you mean Korn? "All Day I Dream About Sex" ?

I shall break the habit of a lifetime and not enquire further than that one thing :wink:

Toronto - that`s some sweet stuff mate, have you ever listened to Entombed at all? Not exactly like Bathory, but good Stockholm lads, saw them for the second time on Saturday night here.

"Some Say It In Slugs ... hurrhhghh!"

Posted by: Benzed 5.Apr.2006, 03:32 AM

Oh.

NP : Cradle Of Filth - Queen Of Winter, Throned

Posted by: David Taylor 5.Apr.2006, 09:29 AM

Listening to the new In Flames album again it's bloody addictive. :twisted: :twisted:

Posted by: Agatutza 5.Apr.2006, 11:04 AM

don't marry her, fuck me - the beautiful south

Posted by: David OL 7.Apr.2006, 02:40 PM

Bloodhound Gang
Do it like they do on the Discovery Channel...

I still get a laugh from the lyrics even after all these years!

Posted by: The Teenage Diplomat 7.Apr.2006, 02:48 PM

Louie, Louie - The kingsmen

Posted by: Pickle 9.Apr.2006, 10:02 PM

Its the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine) - Document Album/REM

because of: http://www.newyorker.com/fact/content/articles/060417fa_fact

Posted by: Franko 11.Apr.2006, 07:41 PM

Man On The Moon - R.E.M.

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