Discussion in 'NorthEast Regional Discussion' started by thechairguy, Jun 13, 2002.
Mayhem, you like Enuff Z'Nuff?? I love that song "Fly High Michelle"....takes me right back to 8th grade!
In my Circuit City CD player:
Ani DiFranco-Not A Pretty Girl
Jay-Z vs. Nas (bootleg)
Star Wars Breakbeats (from Suckadelic)
E.T. The Extra Terrestrial: 20th Anniversary Special Edition - By John "The Dude" Williams.
Next CD up...
A Fine Romance - The Love Songs of Frank Sinatra.
("You old smoothy!")
Cruel Intentions Soundtrack
Oh yea I loved the movie and I love the music sooooo much more...especially the Bitter Sweet Symphony since I can play it
I can listen to that anywhere anytime...
The Best Of Blondie
today in lauren's disc player was the dispatch double-live cd (gut the van) that was just released.
By The Way-Red Hot Chili Peppers...
Billy Joel - Greatest Hits Volume 1 and Volume 2
The Age of Mythology Alpha, courtesy of Microsoft...
(mmmmmm... alpha testing...)
ROTJ dvd. hehe
The Foofs a local band.
Poison The Well - Opposite Of December
All of the above that I listed in May, plus:
The Clash - 1st album (UK version)
The Ramones - Ramonesmania
Psychedelic Furs - Talk Talk Talk
Adam & the Ants - Kings of the Wild Frontier
John Williams - Superman Complete SK
Claudio Abbado - Beethoven Syms 1-9
Orig SK - 24 Hour Party People [this movie absolutely ROX]
Come Away With Me - Norah Jones
Avril Lavigne- Let Go
I just got this cd 2 weeks ago and I love it. The lyrics are so uplifting and they make me feel so much better about life.
Vapor Transmission - Orgy
Hooverphonic - Blue Wonder Power Milk
Yes good music and blue milk...
Avril Lavigne...I thought she was just another American pop idol...glad to see I was a little off...good music...much better than "i'm a freakin' slav 4 u" and other recent tripe like that...
DJ Sasha- Air Drawn Dagger
MM Bosstones-Ska-core, the Devil, and more!
Icewind Dale II!
You mean it does more? I have a cup of coffee in my CD tray
The Chemical Brothers - **** Up Beats.
Next: The Chemical Brothers - Chemical Beats.
I usually listen to Internet radio at work (WQXR or a classic rock station from Memphis, TN) so I don't always have a CD "in the drive." However, I've been keeping Tchaikovsky's Symphonies on my desk lately; sometimes I'm in the mood to listen to those. When I do listen to CDs at work, I tend to rotate these:
Led Zeppelin: BBC Sessions
Eric Clapton: From The Cradle
Blues Brothers Soundtrack
The Beatles: Revolver
O Brother Where Art Thou Soundtrack
I'd bring Tenacious D to work but I'm afraid to offend my co-workers. That's the problem with cubicles.
At home, I've got Galactic Battlegrounds: Clone Campaigns permanently fused to one CD tray. I can't get enough of that game.
Ive recently been completely obsessed with the Queen Of The Damned sndtrck. It's all Ive listen to for some time now.
I know some of the people on this board like Korn/ Jon Davis(who wrote and sang(in the movie) many of the songs). I just thought Id let u all know that he's putting 2gether a QOTD band to take those songs on tour.
The 12th Man Again.
(It's an Australian comedy album spoofing cricket commentary. Only our new buddies from Sydney would know what I'm talking about...)
Im still listening to korns untouchables