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Here's a thread to discuss music in general. 70s', 80's, rap, pop, "new" stuff or whatever. The 90's music thread seem to specific for anyone wanting to share music that wasn't during that era. I'll start with a lot of different stuff..

DCFC. Epic intro. Epic video.

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Jamie and I have been collecting vinyls here's what we have so far:

Mine:

Dave Matthews Band- Big Whisky and the GrooGrux King

Death Cab for Cutie- Transatlanticism

Death Cab for Cutie- Plans

Death Cab for Cutie- Narrow Stairs

Death Cab for Cutie- Codes and Keys

The Early November- The Room's Too Cold

Mumford and Sons- Sigh No More

The Decemberists- The Crane Wife

The Decemberists- The Hazards of Love

The Decemberists- The King is Dead

Person L- The Positives

Dropkick Murphys- Sing Loud, Sing Proud

Dropkick Murphys- Going Out in Style

A Perfect Circle- Mer De Noms

Anberlin- Dark is the Way, Light is a Place

Slipknot- All Hope Is Gone

Jamie:

Lady Gaga- The Fame

Bouncing Souls- Anchors Aweigh

Bouncing Souls- 20 Year Anniversary 1, 2, 3, 4

Bouncing Souls- Self Titled

Weezer- Pinkerton

All American Rejects- When The World Comes Down

Glassjaw- Worship & Tribute

Glassjaw- Anything You Ever Wanted to Know About Silence

World/Inferno Friendship Society- Addicted to Bad Ideas

Jack's Mannequin- Everything in Transit

Jack's Mannequin- The Glass Passenger

My Chemical Romance- Revenge

My Chemical Romance- Danger Days

Saves The Day- Stay What You Are

I'm sure I missed a few. I'll update it later.

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Pepperkorn! :clap:

When 101.1 CBS-FM plays "Midnight Confessions" I don't touch the dial.

Here's a message to the musical acts of today. GET SOME BRASS IN THOSE ARRANGEMENTS! I am a fan of Chicago and Blood Sweat and Tears from the late 1960s because it's great upbeat music with a kick-ass horn section.

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Pepperkorn, I HEARD that song today!

Blowin' through the jasmine in my mind, LOL!

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I listen to a ton of music genres and I'm always looking to listen to genres I'm not familiar with. I've been getting into a lot of acid house lately, artists like A Guy Called Gerald, Phuture, and 808 State.

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I listen to a ton of music genres and I'm always looking to listen to genres I'm not familiar with. I've been getting into a lot of acid house lately, artists like A Guy Called Gerald, Phuture, and 808 State.

Acid house, it's plain and it's simple. Pump up the bass, and raise up the treble.

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My formative music tastes... I was both thrilled and horrified at Kate Bush's lack of embarrassment. I also taught myself to play this one on the piano :giggle: and Wuthering Heights too....

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Pearl Jam's front man Eddie Vedder's new single to go with 'Ukulele Songs'...I thought Pearl Jam music is amazing, I thought Into the Wild was too but this is hard to beat..

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I was hoping someone woudl put new music on... now you have to post "yeah" in response so people won't think I posted some old crap!!

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New music????!!! Oh, all right. I love nostalgia, though ... to a fault. But here's something relatively new (maybe a year old?) that I cannot get enough of.

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Not sure how many people are interested in Childish Gambino, but his reworking of Kanye's "All of the Lights" is phenomenal.

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I have to post this here because it cracks me up. I can't bear to link to it on Facebook.... we are all so TRAUMATICALLY typical! :lol:

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I just tune to WFMU to listening to their weird noises hahahah

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My formative music tastes... I was both thrilled and horrified at Kate Bush's lack of embarrassment. I also taught myself to play this one on the piano :giggle: and Wuthering Heights too....

Holy crap that's a soft focus. I only know the big Kate Bush songs but I like them quite a bit.

In honor of the Prince concert I went to earlier this year, some of his proteges

http://youtu.be/MPIC5qAhNkQ

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No Vanity 6, halfshark? :D This is one of my '80s favorites.

The Time were awesome, and especially awesome that Prince basically wrote all their music.

here you go, but I thought their music was pretty bad (all written by Prince as far as I know but still).

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The Time were awesome, and especially awesome that Prince basically wrote all their music.

here you go, but I thought their music was pretty bad (all written by Prince as far as I know but still).

The only good thing about Vanity 6 is that "Nasty Girl" is on the soundtrack of awesome teen sex comedy "Private School."

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I haven't kept up with the John Butler Trio since Grand National so I gotta get back into it. I loved that version of the trio he had there and haven't really heard his stuff with the new members yet. He's such an amazing musician. Zebra was actually the first song I heard that got me hooked, and I love that performance in the video you posted. The other videos from that session you posted like their cover of Message in a Bottle are just awesome, love the solo and how tight the rhythm section is...you can really feel the emotion. One thing I love about John Butler is how much he improvises live too.

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