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Discussion in 'Books and Music' started by TRUE, Apr 23, 2006.
Dilated Peoples-20/20, neighborhood watch, expansion team
I don't have one yet. So yeah...
Led Zeppelin II
Led Zeppelin III
Led Zeppelin IV
Houses of the Holy
The London Philharmonic Symphony presents: Kashmir
Black Album- Mettallica
The Jimi Hendrix Collection Presents- Jimi Hendrix
"Love will come through" by Travis on loop.
Hahah, if I had an iPod that's what'd be on loop anyways.
Parachutes by Coldplay
Don't have an iPod.
I didnt own one till i had screwed the system in giving me one for free.
i dont have one either.
idunno. prolly Hard-Fi newest album.
What I am currently listening to the most while waiting around in between classes at school...
1. 10,000 Days - Tool
2. Mabool: The Story Of The Three Sons Of Seven - Orphaned Land
3. Eclipse - Amorphis
4. Pitch Black Progress - Scar Symmetry
5. Ænima - Tool
6. The Adversary - Ihsahn
7. Octavarium - Dream Theater
8. Paradise Lost - Paradise Lost
9. Monday Morning Apocalypse - Evergrey
10. From Mars To Sirius - Gojira
I can't find my mini iPod, why do they have to make them so small. Another one is enroute I cannot stand listening to my co-workers.
Every Cake CD ever made
Mary J. Blige
Videos: I have a bunch of alice cooper music videos on my iPod, I ripped and converted all of the Batman movie trailers, and the Spider-Man 1 and 2 trailers.
(I won't list every artist or song, wayyyy to many and too lazy)
****ing pirate. Couldn't you wait a week?
Aerosmith - Aerosmith
Aerosmith - Get Your Wings
Aerosmith - Toys in the Attic
Aerosmith - Rocks
Aerosmith - Honkin' on Bobo
ELO - Strange Magic: The Best of ELO
ELO - Out of the Blue
ELO - El Dorado
ELO - Zoom
They Might Be Giants - They Might Be Giants
TMBG - Flood
TMBG - Severe Tire Damage
TMBG - Mink Car
TMBG - They Got Lost
George Harrison - All Things Must Pass
George Harrison - Brainwashed
George Harrison - Cloud 9
Traveling Wilburys - Vol. 1
Traveling Wilburys - Vol. 2
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Damn the Torpedoes
Tom Petty - Full Moon Fever
Roy Orbison - Mystery Girl
U2 - How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb
Paul McCartney - Chaos and Creation in the Backyard
Colin Hay - Man at Work
The Hives - Veni, Vidi Vicious
Tenacious D - Tenacious D
Cherry Poppin' Daddies - Kids on the Street
Squirrel Nut Zipper - Hot
Squirrel Nut Zipper - Perrenial Favorites
Blues Traveler - Four
Blues Traveler - Blues Traveler
Blue Man Group - Audio
Blue Man Group - The Complex
Team America: World Police Official Soundtrack
Weird Al Yankovic - Running With Scissors
Tracy Bonham - Down Here
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy - Save My Soul
Nine Inch Nails, Aphex Twin, Queens of the Stone Age, Tool, A Perfect Circle, Queen, and Sigur Ros all dominate everything I listen to.
I bought a crappy rca lyra player and brought it back to circuit city. I claimed that it stop working. So they sended it back to rca, me knowing i want see it again. I called a couple weeks later claiming that i hace not recieve my player yet. So the store said i could pick a ipod and get my money back for free.
I've just got a regular old 1 gig Mp3 player...
For what? The new Tool? No. I am still going to purchase it... but I'm not going to sit around reading how great/bad it is and not be able to judge and discuss it for myself. Also... it's more than a weeks wait if I did decide to wait. It leaked on the 18th of April (when I got it)... and it comes out (officially) on the 2nd of May. I have already listened to the album about 20 times.
...so how is it?
I don't want an iPod yet. A new one is coming out soon.
You have to get used to it just like every other Tool album... it is really different than every other album they have made. I wasn't a huge fan at first... but I kept listening and now I really like it. Some people think it may be a decoy album... and think that the new album will be a dual disc that comes with the real album as a DVD or something. There have been so much talk about that on a Tool board I go to. Most Tool fans either love it or hate it, atleast it seems that way. I pretty much love it now. So yeah, definitely different but still very good.
Hasbeen - William Shatner
Brushfire Fairytales - Jack Johnson
In Between Dreams - Jack Johnson
Rosetta Stone is pretty good on there, but that's all I've had the privledge of listening to, besides the new single. I agree with tho, the songs have to grow on you. And it is damn far out there, even for Tool.
no ipod...my mp3 player is only 256mb but it suffices...
but my most played albums at the moment are:
jawbreaker - dear you
dystopia - the aftermath
ds 13 - killed by the kids
pedro the lion - control
i shot cyrus - complete discography 1997-2001
void - condensed flesh e.p.
I don't have one and I'm proud of it.
I'm not cool enough to own an Ipod.