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Old 07-29-2009   #31
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my new favorite is slap chop though. watch this... you're going to love my nuts.

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Old 07-29-2009   #32
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Give this a try.

Or this, perhaps...

Uh, I'm just gonna go find a cash machine.
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Old 07-29-2009   #33
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Hazmat Modine = may be a little too funky for the faint of heart
Susan Tadeski = Derek Trucks' wife, meat and potatoes blues
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Old 07-29-2009   #34
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Yo Kevin,

M. Ward, The Clean, Frank Black, Stephen Malkmus, She and Him, Superchunk, Spoon, Portastatic, David Kilgor, The Shins, The Apples in Stereo, Neutral Milk Hotel, Sonic Youth (Rather Ripped), Midnight . . .

I got about 500 records of classic rock, reggae, 70's punk. If you got a turntable your welcome to borrow a few


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Not sure if anyone responds to topics on here that don't involve political polemics, but I'm going to give it a shot.

I've been in a music funk lately and need some new tunes. I don't want the suggestions of a bunch of old married farts either. I already talk to those guys all the time and I'm sick of listening to Free Bird. Does that Beastie Boys CD really still play with all those scratches? Last time I read one of these music suggestion threads on the buzz I ended up buying a Decemberists album and came very close to committing suicide after listening to it 10 times straight through. Yes, I have heard of Widespread Panic. Yeah Dan, I know Phish can work that rift for the next 20 minutes but my trip is wearing off dude and I'm getting bored.

Are you under 25 and out high school? Good, I'm talking to you. What are you listening to these days? Where's that newly discovered talent I haven't heard about? I don't care what genre we're talking about - good music is good music.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 07-29-2009   #35
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From a 18 year old out of high school this year.... I listen to everything from the classics to the bluegrass to rap to everything.
Drive by truckers
Murder by Death
Jakob Dylan
Dan Reeder
Tiger Army
Old Crow Medicine Show
Jalan Crossland
Against me!
Brand new

Can't think of anymore and i don't have my Ipod on me and my Itunes is on the upstairs computer. If you want more ask and I'll keep throwing them up.
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Old 07-30-2009   #36
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is there a sham-wow one too or are we saving that for the bluegrass version...
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my new favorite is slap chop though. watch this... you're going to love my nuts.
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Old 07-30-2009   #37
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Some good suggestions in here, mainly Atmosphere, Murder by Death.

I'd add in Phoenix, they are a French-new-wave pop band, really good.
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Old 07-30-2009   #38
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OK Kevin, so you liked a bit of Midtown but not much of the other punk.
You should give Gaslight Anthem a try and the other stuff to come up on Pandora's with them.
Be sure to try Sparta, maybe some old FoCo Armchair Martian

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Old 07-31-2009   #39
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Old married fart here, who thinks you should try some Garfunkel and Oates...

...and if that doesn't work out, maybe Cage the Elephant...

I've a suggestion to keep you all occupied...learn to swim!
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TV on the Radio
The Frames
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