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What/who are you listening too?

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My Mrs playing hell with the dog as she is trying to towel dry him after getting wet whilst out on a walk.

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Paul.
 

GHNelson

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Ive been ripping CDs onto the computer for a couple of weeks done 449 only another 100 or so to go.
Been listening to World Party, Goodbye Jumbo what a great album that is.
Also the Waterboys, Fisherman's Blues.
Anybody downloaded Winamp Pro an alternative to Windows Media Player.
hoggie
 

OllieNZ

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rawr said:
I'm really feeling Kings Of Leon recently, they're actually amazing.
:text-+1:

A bit of Mettallica to get me going this morning.

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Ollie
 

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Marina and the diamonds-hollywood, :shifty:
 

Steve Smith

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stuworrall said:
Ive been listening to a lot of zero7 recently. Theres such a mix of different styles/artists between the albums i never get bored of them.

Love Zero 7. I like the latest album, though it kinda got bad reviews.

I've been listening to a lot of Bat for Lashes. Slightly weird name for an interesting artist. She's got a great voice though :)
 

Nick16

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cant beat some good UFO. :)
walk on water is an awesome albumn. recommended massivley if you like rock.
 

fourmations

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hi

my choices for last couple of weeks...

radiohead
sigur ros
battles
don caballero
dinosaur jr
lots of beatles
led zep
foals
maps and atlases
billie holliday
louis armstrong
early jay-z
wu tang clan

ciao
 

Garuf

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recently got and enjoyed:
The bled - shade tree mechanics
Black mass - Black mass ep
Pissed jeans - N/A
Black listed
Throats
Rise and fall
Thrusday
Demon Hunter
Corpse

There's been loads more but I can't think what without my Ipod.
 

OllieNZ

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Just found one of my old favorites
Richard Cheese and Lounge Against the Machine.

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Ollie
 

a1Matt

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hogan53 said:
Anybody downloaded Winamp Pro an alternative to Windows Media Player.
hoggie

XBMC all the way for me :thumbup: It has replaced my DVD player, CD, radio, and WMP 8)

I have it on an old XBox hooked up to TV and hifi in my living room with and networked to my PC and internet as media sources.


http://xbmc.org/download/
 
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Recent listening:
Nick Drake
Erykah Badu
Dame Shirley Bassey
Skatalites
The In Crowd (Northern Soul compilation)
Portishead
The Who (Who's Next - Baba O'Riley)
Duke Ellington (Far East Suite)
Fela Kuti

- and (apprehensively) the sound of snowflakes falling on Kendal...
 
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George Farmer said:
In contrast to my musical taste; Radio 4. Can't beat a nice bit of current affairs. The plays can be very good too.
:text-+1: All the radios in the house are permanently tuned to R4. Move round the house turning all on as I go, so the flow isn't interrupted - until The Archers comes on and it's a race round to switch 'em all off again!
 
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