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Funny you should make this thread, I hadn't been into the music forum for a while and decided to see if there were any new posts, and I seem to always be responding to yours. I'm listening to "Marching Bands of Manhattan" by DCFC, actually.

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Funny you should make this thread, I hadn't been into the music forum for a while and decided to see if there were any new posts, and I seem to always be responding to yours. I'm listening to "Marching Bands of Manhattan" by DCFC, actually.

You're so emo. :o

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Ahh let's go through the next 10 songs that come up on itunes. We did this before...I love it every time though haha.

1. Cream - Outside Woman Blues

2. Depeche Mode - Personal Jesus

3. Saved By the Bell Theme Song

4. Lewis Black (comedian, for those who don't know) - Bringing Democracy to Iraq

5. Iggy and the Stooges - Search and Destroy

6. The Soggy Bottom Boys - I am a Man of Constant Sorrow

7. Rod Stewart - Maggie May

8. The Beatles - For No One

9. Nirvana - Lithium

10. Soundgarden - Black Hole Sun

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I'm listening to Our Lady Peace's live album. The current song is "Superman's Dead." It brings back memories of seeing them perform that one at HFStival 2002.

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I'm listening to Blink 182 - "All the small things" on the radio station in my office.

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I've been listening to a lot of Left of Center on Sirius radio. I'm getting tired of the heavy repeats, but they do mix in a lot of good stuff. Bloc Party, StellaStar, Arcade Fire, Bright Eyes, etc...

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CD's I've gotten in the past year, thus CD's I've been listening to lately.

Kill The Moonlight - Spoon

Gimme Fiction - Spoon

Los Angeles - X

The Private Press - DJ Shadow

Zoot Allures - Frank Zappa

A Ghost Is Born - Wilco

Being There - Wilco

Yankee Hotel Foxtrot - Wilco

Summerteeth - Wilco

Deadringer - RJD2

Guero - Beck

American Idiot - Green Day

If You're Feeling Sinister - Belle and Sebastian

Funeral - The Arcade Fire

Fast Cars, Danger, Fire and Knives - Aesop Rock

Arular - MIA

Make Believe - Weezer

Silent Alarm - Bloc Party

Separation Sunday - The Hold Steady

A Healthy Distrust - Sage Francis

Anniemal - Annie

Get Behind Me Satan - White Stripes

LCD Soundsystem - LCD Soundsystem

Entertainment! - Gang Of Four

Stereo: The Evolution of Hiprocksoul - 4th Avenue Jones

Desparate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes - TV On The Radio

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Allman Bros Live at Fillmore East.

Good stuff!

I just discovered Nick Drake. From a commercial no less. :P I've been listening to Pink Moon on and off for weeks.

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