What are ya’ll listening to?

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Metalhead85, Sep 20, 2021.

  1. Metalhead85

    Metalhead85 Doesn’t understand noise music Thread Starter

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    I’m currently shuffling 5 CDs - Nas Illmatic, The Beatles Revolver, Slint Spiderland, Metallica Kill ‘Em All, And Sublime S/T. Real strong records! Also doing homework. How about ya’ll?
     
  2. Old Fred

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  3. DK Pete

    DK Pete Forum Resident

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    At this present moment, Herb Alpert, Definitive Hits. Great stuff.
     
  4. Metalhead85

    Metalhead85 Doesn’t understand noise music Thread Starter

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    Steppenwolf’s first few records were great!
     
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  5. Old Fred

    Old Fred Forum Resident

    Yuppers!! Can't wait for the new remastered catalog to hit! :edthumbs:
     
  6. Mr.Sean

    Mr.Sean Senior Member

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    The Vince Neil-less version of Motley Crue.
     
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  7. Metalhead85

    Metalhead85 Doesn’t understand noise music Thread Starter

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    Why? I don’t think that era was that good
     
  8. Mr.Sean

    Mr.Sean Senior Member

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    I like it. Not much of an era if it there was only one album involved.

    Is this thread only for the cool kids?
     
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  9. Metalhead85

    Metalhead85 Doesn’t understand noise music Thread Starter

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    No, sorry if I came off as being entitled/rude! Just curious!
     
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  10. Muggles

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    Rolling Stones Some Girls Deluxe Edition CD 2.

    “Claudine’s back in jail again”
     
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  11. Mr.Sean

    Mr.Sean Senior Member

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    It is all good!
    :righton:
     
  12. Metalhead85

    Metalhead85 Doesn’t understand noise music Thread Starter

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    The Stones! Super great! I used to listen to em more but they’re awesome! Like a bluesier Beatles.
     
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  13. Progatron

    Progatron Wealthy industrialist philanthropist & bicyclist

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    Tony Banks - A Chord Too Far disc 4
     
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  14. Metalhead85

    Metalhead85 Doesn’t understand noise music Thread Starter

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    Tony Banks had a solo career? Interesting. I’ll have to check it out. Huge Prog Era Genesis fan here.
     
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  15. Synthfreek

    Synthfreek I’m a ray of sunshine & bastion of positivity

    All Kenny G, all the time.
     
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  16. c-eling

    c-eling Fruit Juice Everywhere

    Syntax-Meccano Mind :bdance:
    Since I had it out for the OBI thread :)
     
  17. Metalhead85

    Metalhead85 Doesn’t understand noise music Thread Starter

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    Lol. ya either love him or hate him, huh?
     
  18. Jamsterdammer

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    Franz Schubert - Die schöne Müllerin D 795 - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Gerald Moore
     
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  19. Metalhead85

    Metalhead85 Doesn’t understand noise music Thread Starter

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    Classical! What I should be listening to right now considering I’m studying. I love Brahms, you?
     
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  20. Jamsterdammer

    Jamsterdammer Forum Resident

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    Absolutely. Try Brahms' Cello Sonatas by Rudolf Serkin and Mstislav Rostropovich next time you're studying.
     
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  21. The Lone Cadaver

    The Lone Cadaver Forum Resident

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    Frozen. From the other room. Against my will. For the 100th time.
     
  22. Axiomatic

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  24. Progatron

    Progatron Wealthy industrialist philanthropist & bicyclist

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    Yes he did, beginning with 1979's A Curious Feeling, which most fans consider his best as it is the closest to the Genesis albums of that period (And Then There Were Three, Duke, etc.) Tony was not a very successful solo artist sales-wise, he didn't have an image and was not the frontman of a band (although he did tackle all the vocals on his second album The Fugitive). Over the years he's tried his hand at poppier stuff but his best stuff is always the proggier material. In recent years he has released a trio of orchestral albums which are the best music he's done outside Genesis, IMO. Particularly the most recent, Five. He also scored a few soundtracks over the years, which were good musically but for films which stunk, so he never got any recognition for those.
     
  25. Jazzmonkie

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    Disc 2 featuring a young Esther Phillips
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