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For my Sunday jog, I dipped into the Seventies folder, and came up with this gaggle of classic tunes:

Procol Harum - Whiskey Train
Alice Cooper - Under My Wheels
Johnny Winter - Rock n' Roll, Hoochie Koo
Z Z Top - Just Got Paid
Savoy Brown - Tell Mama
The Who - Baba O'Riley
The Beatles - Why Don't We Do It In the Road
Lou Reed - Walk on the Wild Side
The Allman Brothers - Midnight Rider
Spirit - I Got a Line on You
Humble Pie - Thirty Days in the Hole
Mott the Hoople - All the Young Dudes
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Originally posted by *lizardking*:
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Originally posted by steve8:
Arcade Fire - Neon Bible


What'd you think of the album? I am going to see them in a couple months... can't wait!


It's an excellent album. I liked the first one, but thought the hype was little excessive and thought they would succumb to the sophomore jinx, but Neon Bible is better. Really dark lyrics. I'd like to go see them, but they sold out two shows here in less than 15 minutes. Frown
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It's an excellent album. I liked the first one, but thought the hype was little excessive and thought they would succumb to the sophomore jinx, but Neon Bible is better. Really dark lyrics. I'd like to go see them, but they sold out two shows here in less than 15 minutes. Frown[/QUOTE]

I really like the album as well. I guess I am lucky that they don't get that much hype over here, it's more of a cult following, which is why I was able to still get tickets to a relatively small venue.

I heard they're great live, and I've seen some videos and I like what I see so far!!
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Originally posted by Purple Teeth:
The Black Keys!

Thanks for the tip *lizardking*.

I'm not sure why I haven't heard of these guys before, but they are right in my sweet spot - crunchy guitar riffs and gritty vocals, rooted in blues with some punk attitude...nice!


glad you like them. They're relatively underground, but they have been used in a few commercials lately. I've been trying to get all my friends to listen, but so far only one has really caught on. Different strokes...
Hello everyone, and lizardking this is a response to your question about which songs I have liked the most on the Latin jazz station. I think I like them all, its hard to just choose one. But at the moment I am listening to JP Torres, a song called Pick your clave, its got a nice tempo. That's too bad that sirius doesn't have a station like the one on XM radio, maybe you should consider switching. Wink
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Originally posted by M.J.:
Hello everyone, and lizardking this is a response to your question about which songs I have liked the most on the Latin jazz station. I think I like them all, its hard to just choose one. But at the moment I am listening to JP Torres, a song called Pick your clave, its got a nice tempo. That's too bad that sirius doesn't have a station like the one on XM radio, maybe you should consider switching. Wink


My wife loves Howard Stern too much to ever consider switching.
An attempt at a Rap mix by an old white guy(a.k.a. old nappy headed honky):


Missy Elliott - Work It
Gorillaz - Clint Eastwood
O.P.P. - Naughty by Nature
Kanye West - Gold Digger
Vanilla Ice - Ice Ice Baby
Black Eyed Peas - Let's Get it Started
Eminem - Lose Yourself
OutKast - Hey Ya!
50 Cent - In da Club
Chingy - Right Thurr
Shaggy - It Wasn't Me
Nelly - Hot in Herre
Sean Paul - Get Busy
Busta Rhymes - Dangerous
nasty bits, what I have noticed about almost all classical music is that most of it needs time for my subconcious to break it down and make it enjoyable or known. Sure there are more exciting parts that become familiar, but most works in their entirety have lots of slow (actually quiet may be a more apt description) moments. I am enjoying this again, right now.

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