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    Quote Originally Posted by M2
    I likes me Death of Samantha.

    [Segue]Just fell in love with The National, who happen to be a bunch of Cincinnati boys[/Segue]

    Rocket From The Crypt should be on this list.
    I just bought a cool Rocket From The Crypt pin today at the record store.
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    I haven't heard The National yet.

    Howsabout The Soundtrack of Our Lives?

    Heard the new one yet?

    ...And you've heard of Death of Samantha?

    Who....ARE...you? (That's me in some kinda weird sci fi voice)
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    And then into the sublime Mary Anne with the Shaky Hands.
    I saw the Who at the Bridge Benefit in 2000 or 1999 anyway, Pete dedicated that song to all the kids in wheelchairs set up behind the band.

    Then Brian Wilson called them all "cripples"

    BTW I'll take Summer Days Summer Nights - Pet Sounds - Smile - Wild Honey - Friends - Sunflower - Surfs Up - Carl and The Passions "So Tough" as a a pretty good run.

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    Thank you for the Beach Boys Woy!

    This is great thread, aint it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou
    I saw the Who at the Bridge Benefit in 2000 or 1999 anyway, Pete dedicated that song to all the kids in wheelchairs set up behind the band.

    Then Brian Wilson called them all "cripples"

    BTW I'll take Summer Days Summer Nights - Pet Sounds - Smile - Wild Honey - Friends - Sunflower - Surfs Up - Carl and The Passions "So Tough" as a a pretty good run.

    I might go Pet Sounds to Wild Honey. That's a pretty forgiving list.

    Beach Boys suffer from what I like to call W.H. Auden disease, write 10 great, beyond great poems and 500 lousy ones, yet still be great somehow.
    Last edited by Falls City Beer; 04-19-2005 at 06:31 PM.

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    Me... I love Friends.... Yes Sunflower has holes but I also like Carls and the Passions alot.

    Surfs Up for "Til I Die" into "Surfs Up" by default.

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    Re: Great Musical Runs

    Dead Kennedys

    Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables
    In God We Trust Inc.
    Plastic Surgery Disasters


    Black Flag

    Damaged
    My War
    Slip It In
    Loose Nut


    No, I don't count Family Man

    Jesus and Mary Chain

    Psychocandy
    Darklands
    Barbed Wire Kisses
    Automatic
    Honey's Dead


    Talking Heads

    Talking Heads: 77
    More Songs About Buildings and Food
    Fear of Music
    Remain in Light
    Speaking in Tongues
    Little Creatures
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    Quote Originally Posted by M2
    Dead Kennedys

    Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables
    In God We Trust Inc.
    Plastic Surgery Disasters


    Black Flag

    Damaged
    My War
    Slip It In
    Loose Nut


    No, I don't count Family Man

    Jesus and Mary Chain

    Psychocandy
    Darklands
    Barbed Wire Kisses
    Automatic
    Honey's Dead


    Talking Heads

    Talking Heads: 77
    More Songs About Buildings and Food
    Fear of Music
    Remain in Light
    Speaking in Tongues
    Little Creatures
    You're dead on with Black Flag; Talking Heads--I'd only call the three Eno albums great (but boy are they amazing).

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheels
    ...And you've heard of Death of Samantha?

    Who....ARE...you? (That's me in some kinda weird sci fi voice)
    I've got a friend who owns pretty much everything. Keeps me in the loop.

    Here's a link to the lead vid The National's new album:

    http://www.contactmusic.com/new/home...ionalx12x04x05
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falls City Beer
    You're dead on with Black Flag; Talking Heads--I'd only call the three Eno albums great (but boy are they amazing).
    I actually think they peaked after that on Little Creatures.
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    Re: Great Musical Runs

    Gram Parsons
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    Grievous Angel

    short but sweet.

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    Re: Great Musical Runs

    Built to Spill

    There's nothing wrong with love
    Perfect from Now On
    Keep it Like a Secret
    Ancient Melodies of the Future.

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    Re: Great Musical Runs

    Marvin Gaye

    What's Going on?
    Let's get it on
    I want you
    Here my dear

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    Re: Great Musical Runs

    Quote Originally Posted by M2
    I've got a friend who owns pretty much everything. Keeps me in the loop.

    Here's a link to the lead vid The National's new album:

    http://www.contactmusic.com/new/home...ionalx12x04x05

    i like that. pretty cool.

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    I like that track. Even though it's a little emo.....errrr...modern. (my friends always laugh at me because I almost always lump anything more modern sounding into the emo category.)

    Here are some of the new records I bought today.

    Mando Diao (I think it's self titled)- great power pop group from Sweden. Check this link if you want. www.mando-diao.com

    I also bought the new Soundtrack of Our Lives record. So far, it rocks. It's a bit poppier than their early stuff, but it's not really pop....It's PSYCHE POP. There's a difference. Also from Sweden. What's with Swedes writing better songs than Americans? That's a big problem in this country.

    Once again, I mention Cobra Verde because I just bought their newest one today. It's all cover songs, but they are done in an amazing way. You must check out Petkovic's take on "Get the Party Started"...You know, the Pink song. Genius. As an aside, on personal level, you would love John. He's the most intelligent person on the planet, and his songs reflect that. It's music for smart people and I feel stupid for listening to it.

    The rest of the stuff I bought was just old garage rock re-issues from early sixties Australian bands. Stuff nobody on this site would care about.
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    Easybeats?


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