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Shawndo 03-12-2004 07:06 PM

A CD you never get tired of...
What's a CD that you can pop in the player while you're on the computer, have it set on repeat, and never get tired of it?

I'll start with: Ice Cube - Lethal Injection

MountaineerDave 03-12-2004 08:04 PM

Sadly, or not so sadly, I have a couple:

REM - Life's Rich Pageant (probably my favorite album from my favorite band)
REM - Document (a close number two)
Pearl Jam - Ten (probably my #2 or #3 band, depending on when I'm asked)
Tool - Undertow (I just f***in' love Tool)
PJ Harvey - Dry (Not that I listen to it that often anymore, but when it's in, it's in for days and days)
Nirvana - Nevermind (A classic. I miss them.)
Public Enemy - Fear of a Black Planet (Another classic. I sometimes long for a PE revival.)


Marc 03-12-2004 10:43 PM

Jay-Z - The Black Album
Jay-Z - The Blueprint
Red Hot Chilli Peppers - Californication

RaviPachai18 03-12-2004 11:30 PM

Maroon 5 - Songs About Jane

icas 03-14-2004 12:10 AM

Jesus H. Christ. I have so many it's not even funny:

Jimmy Eat World - "Clarity"
Mineral - all
.hopesfall. - "No Wings To Speak Of"
Penfold - all.
The Assistant - all.
Benton Falls - all
Appleseed Cast - all.
Isis - "Oceanic"

catman 03-14-2004 02:39 AM

Nearly anything by Pink Floyd, The John Lennon Collection, Gary Wright -- Dreamweaver, anything by the Moody Blues.

Nate 03-15-2004 12:22 PM


Originally posted by RaviPachai18
Maroon 5 - Songs About Jane
YES! This album rocks. I also never tire of Third Eye Blind's self-titled album, Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory, and Hootie & the Blowfish - Cracked Rear View.

Ellis 03-15-2004 12:50 PM

Radiohead- OK Computer

RaviPachai18 03-16-2004 01:42 AM


Originally posted by Nate
[B]YES! This album rocks[B]
I was waiting for someone to agree! I got it about a week ago and I must have listened to the whole CD 10 or 11 times since then. They just have this sort of funkyness that keeps me turning back to the beginning. I'm glad someone else enjoys it, too :).

KevinBeane 03-16-2004 02:12 AM

Meanwhile, I gotta give props to Catman, who has EXCELLENT taste. Pink FLoyd and Moody BLues are two of my favorites.

In fact, I'd say those are my two favorite 70's era bands, hands down.

Go into the 80's, and I would say Talking Heads, especially More Songs About Buildings and Food.

Of today's music, I'm really into a genre called, depending on who you listen to, a form of electronica called donwtempo, dub, or future jazz. It's like techno with more emphasis on melody (and more vocals), creativity, and variance. The best downtempo artists are Pepe Deluxe (Catman, look them up, I have a feeling you would like them) and Gabin.

digital7 03-16-2004 12:41 PM


Originally posted by catman
Nearly anything by Pink Floyd
Im with ya on that one. classic.

other artist that are in heavy rotation on my cd player at the mo are:

andrew weatherall - bloodsugar vol.7

nor elle - slapstick

hawke - delusions of granduer

soda stereo - mtv unplugged

timewriter - live at full house (11-02-03)

no doubt - the singles 92-03

Ellis 03-16-2004 02:17 PM

Jimmy Eat World- Self-Titled( I think it is self titled. If not, it is their 1st album.)
Blink 182- Mark Tom and Travis Show
Mase- Double Up
Mase- Harlem World
P. Diddy- No Way Out

bostonsportsfan 03-16-2004 03:41 PM

The Rolling Stones - Forty Licks

icas 03-17-2004 12:20 AM


Originally posted by ellisismyhero
Jimmy Eat World- Self-Titled( I think it is self titled. If not, it is their 1st album.)

That album is awesome. I love it.

Diceman 03-17-2004 03:04 AM

Linkin Park- Hybrid Theory

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