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    Started listening to Pandora right after you suggested it over iheart. I think I can already tell that it is better.

    6 songs in, and they have already given my Tennessee Whiskey by Chris Stapleton. Now that, right there, is a big ****ing win.

    Oh, and if you missed the Chris Stapleton surge, given Tennessee Whiskey a quick listen. Crazy good, bluesy, soulsy, with crazy good vocals.
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    The Foo Fighters released an unannounced EP for free download on their website yesterday titled Saint Cecelia. It's a thank you to the fans, and was supposed to happen a little later this year but the timing moved up due to the terrorist attacks in Paris cutting short their Sonic Highways tour.
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    Traffic - self-titled. Just brilliant.

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    Cloud Cult will have a new album out soon. Already looking forward to it.
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    I have discovered a treasure to humanity....Eluveitie. Not many of the lyrics are English, but that really does not matter. I especially love Uis Elveti and Inis Mona. Their newer stuff is a little more commercial, like Call of the Mountains, but still pretty awesome. I love the contrasting instruments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by St. Clown View Post
    The Foo Fighters released an unannounced EP for free download on their website yesterday titled Saint Cecelia.
    Unsurprisingly, it's quite good.
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    James Brown - compilation. The Godfather was brilliant.

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    James Brown - compilation. The Godfather was brilliant.
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    The Payback might be the perfect "cruising" song. I love cranking that when driving non-highways.
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    "Hallelujah," both the Jeff Buckley and Rufus Wainwright version. Would like to hear the original by Leonard Cohen.
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    R.E.M.- "Out Of Time"
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    Playing through Stone Temple Pilots' "Core" (Adios, Scott Weiland, you will be missed), then Foo Fighters' new "Saint Cecilia" EP (nice early Christmas present), and then vintage "Garbage" (self-titled) and it's like it's 1995 all over again. Not that I listened to any of that in 1995, since I was 8 years old and more concerned with Mrs. Rosenblum's Fun Friday board games in 4th grade, but a guy can pretend he was GenX.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
    Playing through Stone Temple Pilots' "Core" (Adios, Scott Weiland, you will be missed), then Foo Fighters' new "Saint Cecilia" EP (nice early Christmas present), and then vintage "Garbage" (self-titled) and it's like it's 1995 all over again. Not that I listened to any of that in 1995, since I was 8 years old and more concerned with Mrs. Rosenblum's Fun Friday board games in 4th grade, but a guy can pretend he was GenX.
    That's when I graduated high school. We had great rock/alt rock music during my high school years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by St. Clown View Post
    That's when I graduated high school. We had great rock/alt rock music during my high school years.
    Yeah, I was listening to 50s/60s oldies during that time, due to my mom's love of Dick Purtan's morning talk show on Detroit radio (IIRC, starting on Q95/WCZY, then moving to 104.3/WOMC).

    So I didn't have a terrible education...it was just delayed.
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    Arcade Fire: "Reflektor"

    One of those albums that sucks at first, but gets better the more you listen to it.
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    Airborne Toxic Event live in Denver, singer so drunk he didn't know the words to his songs. The Wombats were great even though singer was sick and had no voice, Cold War Kids way better than I expected, and Bastille, wow, not much else needs to be said.

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    Since I get extremely bored at my job while waiting for things to break, I perused the Grammy nominations that were just released. The only one that I find interesting is that Courtney Barnett, a name I didn't know, was nominated for Best New Artist. I looked her up, and her album didn't sell very well, topping out at #20 on Billboard, but if you like a popish punk, or punkish pop, depending upon how you classify her stuff, check out her work. She's an Aussie girl, and the accent adds to the sound of her music. The album's title is Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit.
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    Re: USCHO Music Thread 3: They Heard Me Singing

    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
    Yeah, I was listening to 50s/60s oldies during that time, due to my mom's love of Dick Purtan's morning talk show on Detroit radio (IIRC, starting on Q95/WCZY, then moving to 104.3/WOMC).

    So I didn't have a terrible education...it was just delayed.
    I grew up listening to all oldies, all the time too. And that is NOT my generation. I can still sing along to just about any song from 1952-1965. Eventually, I did like other stuff, but it still influences what I like (love the recent trend of new soul/motown sounds - anything that "sounds like oldies" - just something about those melodies).

    Quote Originally Posted by St. Clown View Post
    Since I get extremely bored at my job while waiting for things to break, I perused the Grammy nominations that were just released. The only one that I find interesting is that Courtney Barnett, a name I didn't know, was nominated for Best New Artist. I looked her up, and her album didn't sell very well, topping out at #20 on Billboard, but if you like a popish punk, or punkish pop, depending upon how you classify her stuff, check out her work. She's an Aussie girl, and the accent adds to the sound of her music. The album's title is Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit.
    The station I listen to plays her all the time. Not really a fan, though. Something about her "talky" style bugs me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jen View Post
    The station I listen to plays her all the time. Not really a fan, though. Something about her "talky" style bugs me.
    Yeah, my local AAA station has played like three of her songs so far. The musical arrangements are interesting, but her laconic, and lacking any and all sense of melody vocal style really bugs me. Strange, cause I do love her accent.
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