What/who are you listening too?

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  1. Garuf

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    Ned's Atomic Dustbin. Reminds me of being 16 again. Happy times!
     
  3. Ben M

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    gotta be R&B/hiphop.

    fav. artists: eminem, the lonely island, ali g, Alicia Keys, black eyed peas, Michael Buble (can't find an accent lol), Jason Derulo, David Guetta, Taio Cruz, Little Boots, Pixie Lott, Sean Kingston, Dizzee Rascal, Beyonce, etc. etc.

    fav. songs. who said were wack? by the lonely island, just lose it and rain man by eminem, Incredible (Wicked Wicked - Jungle Is Massive) ali g, break your heart Taio Cruz, etc.

    cheers :thumbup:
     
  4. Garuf

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    Afrika bombata does the ali g song you mention.
    Check out P.o.s and the other doom tree label mates they're amazing. Sage francis is amazing, hip hop with substance.
     
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    talking about afrika. this song (and clip) is funny :)



    watch the guy his hat :p
     
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    Joe Satriani,
    Stu Hamm,
    Gary Hoey
    Tony MacAlpine



    Regards,
    Tom Barr
     
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    Stu Hamm is the best bassist alive today :thumbup:
     
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    Thee kooks
    Wombats
    Florence and the machine
    Fratellis
    MGMT
     
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    Pah! Bassist... Who needs them?

    Kosh42|EFG (a drummer)
     
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    I have basically never heard of half the people mentioned ha!

    Ian Brown - Fear
     
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    Biffy Clyro is my latest album which gets a lot of play. Others from Muse, Aerosmith, Metallica and Stereophponics are never far away.

    Its going to be one of them for my XFactor audition I think!
     
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    Watching Mythbusters :D
     
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    Hi guys
    The Bad Plus, Norah Jones, Sting
    from the other hand the old stuff
    Rage Against The Machine, Les Claypol, Jimi Hendrix.
     
  14. Garuf

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    Hi

    I go for anything between dj rush, andreas kramer (kremer), aleksander kowalski, speedy j, dave clarke, kazu kimura, ade fenton to Björk and Kraftwerk

    :)
     
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    Andy C/Hyper D jungle set from a 1997 One Nation tape pack
     
  17. Nelson

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    just been listening to some stuff from when i was working in munich some years ago.you probably won't like it :lol: .




     
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    Got to be Tragic O'Hara. Awesome, check it out on you tube and, surprisingly, iTunes!

    Great bluesy stuff!

    Do it! Do it now!


    And let me know what you think, I reckon it's great.
     
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    Reminds me of being in school swapping jungle and dnb tape packs.
    Heard of ricochet banton? Really don't know how you spell the 1st bit, one of my brothers pals that's getting about abit.

    I'm listening to slim shady lp :D
    Also any ska punk slipknot my girlfriend plays couldn't tell you names but sounds good haha

    And I loveeee disco,
     

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