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PostPosted: Sun Jan 18, 2004 3:03 am
by lacuna
No Bowie aficionados? I am astonied! Bowie was something of a philosophizer (not exactly a philosopher, if you understand the nuance) in the seventies. There are allusions to Nietzsche, Kahlil Gibran and Kierkegaard in his early music. I've even written a Hegelian interpretation of one of his albums. I implore you all to purchase his early work.

Now, on with the list:

1) David Bowie- The Width of a Circle
2) David Bowie- The Supermen
3) David Bowie- Five Years
4) David Bowie- Sweet Thing/Candidate/Sweet Thing (reprise)
5) David Bowie- Big Brother/Chant of the Ever Circling Skeletal Family
6) David Bowie- Lady Grinning Soul
…Bowie ad infinitum…
7) Brian Eno- Golden Hours
8) King Crimson- Islands
9) Lou Reed- Last Great American Whale
10) The Beatles- Yer Blues
11) Nick Drake- Five Leaves Left
12) Elvis Costello- Shot With His Own Gun
13) The Clash- Guns on the Roof
14) Pulp- Countdown
15) The Who- Quadrophenia (The entire album)
16) Peter Gabriel- Intruder
17) Talking Heads- Don’t Worry About the Government
…Talking Heads ad infinitum…
18) Brian Eno- Burning Airlines Give You So Much More
19) The Beatles- The Fool on the Hill
20) Steely Dan- Bodhisattva
21) Kraftwerk- The Robots
22) Ultravox- Vienna
23) Iggy Pop- Mass Production
24) Televison- Torn Curtain
25) David Byrne- What a Day That Was
…

Sho Nuff N Yes I Do

PostPosted: Sun Jan 25, 2004 2:30 am
by craigybaby
Quite frankly I'm appalled by some of the shite you guys and gals subject yourself to. I recommend doses of:

Fugazi - Waiting Room
Neil Young - Comes-a-Time
Rival Schools + Oneminutewarning - Where I'm From
System Of A Down - Sugar
Richard Cheese - Baby Got Back
Nico - These Days
Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out
Tortoise - The Taut & The Tame
Weezer - Across The Sea
Jonny Cymball - Mr Bassman
Anything by the White Stripes (saw 'em last night - wooh!)
My Bloody Valentine - You Made Me Realise
The Aislers Set - Hit The Snow
Air - Run
Outkast - Spread
Television - Marquee Moon
Gang Of Four - Damaged Goods
Devo - Whip It
Sugarcubes - Motorcrash

There, that's enough to do yerself a tape that is.. :o :) 8) :D :roll:

PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2004 1:19 am
by Telesis
Lots of variety, and quite a few with good taste.

Miles Davis & Thelonius Monk: Blue monk
Portishead: Undenied
Massive Attack (lots)
Jude: Rick James
TMBG: Little Birdhouse
Echobelly: Sanguinary
Cibo Matto: CLouds, 9MM
Butter08: Butterfuker
Artificial Joy Club :Quite a few
Poe: ANother World

PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2004 10:03 pm
by trix
telesis:

ooohhh...portishead. they were the first CD that i bought (dummy). props for liking them!

PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2004 10:20 pm
by Metavoid
Buying CDs? As in CDs recordings on them? Isn't that a bit passé?
On topic: Something by Godflesh. Dunno what though.

PostPosted: Tue Feb 03, 2004 9:52 pm
by undisclosed
what? no COLDPLAY ??

and it was all Yellow ..

PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2004 8:50 am
by jedi_pocky
i cant list songs.. ill have to name bands.
first i have to admit that i listen to commercial hiphop and rap all the time. and i also like classical music (romantic period) so anyway, i like MUSE, placebo, red hot chilli peppers, tori amos, prodigy, alanis morisette. and my all time favourite, german industrial band - das ich. all must check them out okay? dont be fooled by the way they look, the music is good.

PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2004 7:26 pm
by Rafajafar
Ohhh, you should check out Therion, Pocky. Good German metal chamber pseudo operatic music.

I'm glad to hear SOMEONE out there likes MUSE other than just little ol me. Everyone else generally turns their nose up at them.

You should also check out Zeromancer!! Oh em gee. Their new album is soooo different from their older stuff. It's more U2-ish and less Orgy-ish. It's really good. But, hey, I like their visual rock period, too.

PostPosted: Mon Feb 23, 2004 10:23 pm
by callumdodsworth
The greatest song of all time has got to be Queen, Bohemian Rhapsody! Its got everything, humour, emotion, rock!, classical, depth and much more. Nothing can beat this song

PostPosted: Mon Feb 23, 2004 10:30 pm
by Metavoid
jedi_pocky wrote: and my all time favourite, german industrial band - das ich. all must check them out okay? dont be fooled by the way they look, the music is good.

Have you tried Flesh Field? Excellent EBM with female vocals. And I have to second Tori Amos.

PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2004 7:47 pm
by lenore
why noone 's mentioned HIM - Join Me?
or Cradle of Filth - Her Ghost In the Fog?
or Depeche Mode - Black Celebration?

PostPosted: Sat Mar 20, 2004 8:47 pm
by happybunnyfood
Sex Dwarf - Soft Cell
Kings of the Carnival Creation, Chaos Without Prophecy, Broderskapets Ring, Stormblast, Guds Fortapelse, Puritania, Moonchild Domain, Behind the Curtains of Night - Phantasmagoria - Dimmu Borgir [Well, practically anything from them.]
Mother North - Satyricon
Wintry Grey, Du Nordavind, The Chaos Path, Of Nails and Sinners, Alone - Arcturus
Banner of Blasphemy - Agathodaimon
Needled 24/7, Downfall - Children of Bodom
Haloes, Romeo's Distress, Spiritual Cramp - Christian Death

Beautiful music, eh? 8)

PostPosted: Sun Mar 21, 2004 8:21 pm
by Enigma
Jimi Hendrix's cover of "Like a Rolling Stone" at the Monterey concert.

Runs cold chills through me everytime.

PostPosted: Wed Mar 24, 2004 7:00 pm
by kesh
We are the champions - Queen

PostPosted: Sat Apr 03, 2004 6:21 pm
by BillWaltonSexUniversity
November Rain-GNR

PostPosted: Wed May 05, 2004 9:14 pm
by kasey
this is tough for me because music is my religion
but here goes
the who's version of "young man blues"
pink floyd "sheep"
rolling stones "monkey man"
frank zappa "titties and beer"
MC5 "skunk"
benny goodman "sing, sing, sing"
nofx "the decline"
dead kennedys "MTV get off the air"
subhumans "from the cradle to the grave"
king crimson "21st century schitzoid man"
the who "baba o'riley"
cream "tales of brave ulysses"
tom waits "jockey full of bourbon"
rush "la villa strangiato"
herbie hancock "sleeping giant"
queen "stone cold crazy"
gwar "sick of you"
alice cooper "halo of flies"
cheech and chong "earache my eye"
the beatles "while my guitar gently weeps"
led zeppelin "no quarter"
mister bungle "travolta"
curtis mayfield "superfly"
public enemy "bring the noise"
miles davis "say it loud"
jethro tull "thick as a brick"
traffic "the low spark of high heeled boys"
ventures "war of the satellites"
loudon wainwright III "drinking song"
stevie wonder "superstition"
bob dylan "its alright ma"
the allman brothers "whipping post"
fishbone "drunk schitzo"
duke ellington "harlem"
spinal tap "rainy day sun"
new ancient astronauts "peter sellers"

i had better stop or i will be here all day

PostPosted: Wed May 05, 2004 11:53 pm
by Lady Sphinx
the raincoats- no ones little girl
cake- short skirt, long jacket
garbage- you look so fine
artificial joy club- sick& beautiful
goldfrapp- utopia
tori amos- hey jupiter
aimee mann- save me

PostPosted: Mon May 21, 2007 4:02 pm
by metronne
Hey, Socrates Apology: I realize you posted this list quite a while ago, but on the off chance you may see this post-- I've been trying to find out where exactly in TRex's discography I can find Deboraharobed?? It is better & more special than other versions of Deborah--my ex had it on 45rpm and I've been lookin for a digital/mp3 version forever. ANy info??

Re: best song

PostPosted: Tue Feb 25, 2020 5:13 am
by surreptitious75

LOLA : THE KINKS

SPOONFUL : CREAM

KASHMIR : LED ZEPPELIN

SUPPERS READY : GENESIS

STAY WITH ME : THE FACES

CHILD IN TIME : DEEP PURPLE

DESOLATION ROW : BOB DYLAN

MANNISH BOY : MUDDY WATERS

JOHNNY B GOODE : JIMI HENDRIX

PARADISE CITY : GUNS AND ROSES

TUESDAYS GONE : LYNYRD SKYNYRD

NANTUCKET SLEIGHRIDE : MOUNTAIN

HEROIN : THE VELVET UNDERGROUND

SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL : ROLLING STONES

SUITE JUDY BLUE EYES : CROSBY STILLS NASH