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What Are You Listening To Now? 
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Hu hu hu hu, I half hate myself for making this one, as it was the grounds for flame wars when I haunted the Silent Hill Heavens forums. This thread... will be immortal. *looks to the skies*
Noone can tell me they don't listen to music while they surf. Take that as a note, Sony, for an update or something for the PSP, for gawd's sake.

Bill Withers - Ain't No Sunshine
My friend sent it to me, it's a nice, older-sounding track, with this... hip backbeat. The only thing I've heard from this guy....

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Super Brothers - Guitar Vader

From Jet Grind Radio.

The damn thing's on shuffle, so whatever I'm listening is up to the Zune program, not me, but I like it.

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Recently played stuff

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Most recently?


George Harrison - All Things Must Pass

Bo Diddley - Hey Bo Diddley!/Bo Diddley

The Beatles - Past Masters Volume 2


I always listen to albums rather than standalone tracks, even if 50's and early 60's stuff usually comes across better the other way.

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Retronauts podcast episode 31.

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Ministry - Burning Inside
from one of my favouritest albums ever, The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste.
Also on the Hardware soundtrack, if I'm not mistaken.

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Oakenfold - A Lively Mind
Narc - Official Soundtrack


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I've got Empty Walls by Serj Tankian playing at the moment. One of the best songs I've heard in a while, considering most everything put out nowadays is garbage.

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Code Monkey by Jonathan Coulton. Here's a link to him performing it.



Good song. It's also the theme song for a very funny animated comedy show on G4.

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My computer's packed away in a rubbermaid box, so I'm listening to whatever my sister has on her winamp playlist....

Tori Amos - Space Dog

Love this song... She's a strange cat, I enjoy it. Especially her early-mid 90s work, though any of her stuff is good for people who like something mellow... Her cover of Raining Blood was bitchin' though. If you can stand to be one of those Tori Amos people.

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Propaganda - Dream Within A Dream


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"Another Day"- Tune up.

How the hell did that get in there?

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Shout by Tears for Fears.

I just finished a long-ass job for work. Perfect song for such occasions.


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^ Fucking awesome song, I love Tears For Fears...

Sting - The Lazarus Heart

From the album, ...Nothing Like The Sun. I like this, and the proceeding 3 tracks...
Don't often like his solo work, it's far too tangental, lacking any real kinds of hooks, and with often quite dramatic lyrics... It's really really sad that he often doesn't like himself much anymore. A waste of talent, being unable to look in the mirror...

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Just got hold of the Doctor Who Series Three OST, so I'm listening to that.


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I downloaded a bootleg of "work-in-progress" versions of some songs from John Entwistle's "Too Late The Hero" last night. It's really great. I always hated the 80's-ness of that album, and these versions strip all that crap away from the songs. They still hold up, brilliantly. It's like having another "Smash Your Head Against The Wall". :)

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The Beatles - Yes It Is

Still as depressing as I remember it to be, haha~ Oh John, you're so silly.

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Double post!

Whitney Houston - I Have Nothing

Nothing

Nothinggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggg~! Don't make me clooooose one more dooooooooooooor~ I don't wanna hurrrrrt anymorrrrrrre~!

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...triple post....
Here, have what I'm listening to right now. It's harmless fun, I swear.
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=7AATGIEV

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Tosca - Busenfreund from album Suzuki

I started listen to it today and I have to say it's really good stuff.

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Susumu Hirasawa (As 'P-Model') - Vistoron
Tangerine Dream - Best Of


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"Soviet National Anthem"
"Red Army Choir"

Not a communist, but a catchy song indeed.

Also, It's on shuffle. :P

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The Doors- Money

Considering the fact The Doors did psychedelia so well, I was quite surprised when I first found out how great a blues band they were. I never decide whether I prefer their début or "LA Woman".

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L.A. Woman is more bluesy I believe. I also noticed that a few years ago and it is interesting to note that not much people reflect about that.

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Kajra Re from Bunty aur Babli. Fucking awesome~

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